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Happy Valentine’s Day, Muckers! While we try to spread the muddy love all year round, on this day we are feeling especially filled with love for all of you. MuckFest wouldn’t be possible without the friendship, camaraderie, and support you show out in the mud. Some of that is for teammates and friends, but some of that is shown between couples! So, on this holiday, we are sharing some muddy love stories… Read More

“New year, new you” is a phrase we all have been hearing a lot recently. And while we think all you Muckers are amazing just as you are, we also want to support all your goals and resolutions for 2019. We plan on making 2019 our best year yet, and we can’t do it without your help! We’re all in this together! So, here are our tips for making the most of… Read More

“I have been supporting MuckFest since 2012. One of my childhood gymnastics teammates invited me to be on her team to support her MS journey. At this time, I never thought I would be diagnosed….” Christin Hungerford was a long-time Denver Mucker on her friend’s MuckFest team. In 2016, she was also diagnosed with MS. Even after getting that life-changing news, Christin didn’t slow down. She kept on mucking, kept supporting the… Read More

The holidays are coming up fast, 2018 is coming to a close,and 2019 is almost here! Instead of freaking out about gifts to buy, parties to plan, or New Year’s Resolutions left undone, let’s focus on the AWESOME! 2018 marked an important year for us, as we hit the $30 million mark raised by MuckFest for the National MS Society! All our muddy fun and hard work is making a difference for… Read More

It’s official. 2019 MuckFest registration is open and we are ready to get muddy! Next year has a lot to live up to because 2018 was pretty amazing! We made some incredible mucky memories, had a lot of fun, and accomplished some lofty fundraising goals, including hitting the $30 million raised mark for the National MS Society. With all that excitement behind us, we’re certainly looking forward to 2019. And you can… Read More

Nick has lived in Dallas since 2009 and been an active member of the OCR community since shortly after he moved to the Lone Star State. Though he initially did other mud runs and OCRs, his journey toward the MuckFest community began on a Sunday morning in March of 2016. He woke up feeling a little off and was numb from the neck down. That day, after six hours of multiple MRIs… Read More

When Lauren C. was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in December 2016, she had just celebrated her 30th birthday. She wasn’t quite sure who to talk to about it and how much of her diagnosis she wanted to share with those in her life. She knew she had to do something, and after a little searching…she found her way to the MuckFest community! This past August, Lauren ran her first MuckFest in Detroit… Read More

MuckFest is a day of fun, mud, and good times. But how can you create the truly perfect mucky day? There are some simple but very important ingredients! We asked Ella-Kate Trice and her team, Camp Gladiator, to take us through their MuckFest Dallas day. As a Mucker on a Mission, and someone who is mucking with MS, Ella-Kate knows how to do MuckFest right! Here are her elements to a perfect… Read More

There’s no doubt that MuckFest MS is a whole lot of fun. A whole lot of dirty, muddy, do-good fun. And while some people may run MuckFest MS only once, there are many others who just can’t get enough! Meet Brian Mahon, aka, “PapaBear”, from Chicago. He runs as many obstacle course races (OCRs) as he possibly can, including last month’s MuckFest MS Chicago. Clearly his commitment to racing is serious, and… Read More

In 2016, Alex’s company chose the National MS Society to be their charity of the year, making MuckFest MS Dallas a team affair! Her company paid the registration fee for all employees, and together, they mucked. This cause, and this event, are especially important to Alex, as she is living with MS. Alex didn’t know what to expect that first year, but she became hooked and has never looked back! She will… Read More