|Posted on April 10, 2018 at 7:25 PM|
There are obstacle course races and there are obstacle course races in mud, rain, and all the sloppy terms we can come up with while out there getting your challenge on. I credit myself with seeing a lot of different terrain's that I can happily talk about with other's. I've encountered sand, ski hill's, deep water, rocks, dust, and so on. But, when the terrain is changing as the event or race is happening, it changes everything. It doesn't matter how hard a person train's, throw some mud on the ground, make the rope slippery with rain, and you got yourself a totally different race. There ain't no race like a rainy day, cause the rainy day race won't stop. It won't stop with the mud. It won't stop with the high failure rates of completing obstacles, and it definitely will make your life a living hell in shoes, no matter the grip. All hail, rainy day races because it is a challenge that never gets old.