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Philly, you took on the weekend in EPIC muddy fashion. Way to get down and dirty for two straight days, raising nearly $400K! Check out these highlights from MuckFest MS Philadelphia! More participant photos are coming soon as well! Cheers Philly!

“You might look at someone, and think, ‘You don’t look like you have MS.’ But what does someone with MS look like? We look like you!” Walter Clark (his friends call him Spike) knows he might not immediately appear like he is living with multiple sclerosis. But, it has been nearly a decade since he received his diagnosis. Since then, his life has never been the same. He hasn’t let that stop… Read More

Guest post written by Rosemarie P., a MuckFest MS® participant in Detroit In 2013, multiple sclerosis changed my life. I was a young mother of two, and I was scared. I wasn’t sure what I could do, but I knew I had to fight. Then I heard about MuckFest MS, and I knew it was something I wanted to try. 2013 Our first year of MuckFest MS, we had a team of… Read More

More than just the FUN mud run, MuckFest® MS is an obstacle course that raises crucial funds to rid the world of multiple sclerosis. The best part about it—100% of your fundraising goes directly to the National MS Society! Every dime, penny, nickel, and hundred-dollar bill; signed/sealed/delivered! So how do you do it? How do you make the largest impact possible to benefit those living with MS? How do you make your… Read More

We’re so excited to sit down with Cathy from Philadelphia to hear about her experience at MuckFest MS! Cathy lives with MS and found a community filled with passion and fun in the muck. Check it out! Cathy found the obstacle course race that’s right for her. Want to join her in the muck? Click the button below to start YOUR journey!

Mimi is one of those people who lights up your day the second you meet her. More than just a friendly face in Texas, though, Mimi is a fighter. Diagnosed with MS in 2002 and weighing just over 450 pounds a little over a year ago, she knew that something needed to change. “I was having a hard time; just playing with grand kids, just getting through the day. So I decided… Read More