Definition of mud run in English:

mud run

noun

  • An event in which participants negotiate a course consisting of various obstacles, many of which are filled or covered with mud.

    ‘the two-mile mud run features a six-foot wall, 50 old tires, mud-soaked tubes, a set of balance beams, and a mud pit’
    • ‘Jackson here was having their Marine Corps ultimate mud run.’
    • ‘The pair posed in clingy outfits to publicise charity 'mud runs' for the British Heart Foundation.’
    • ‘Tough Mudder is not your average mud run or spirit-crushing 'endurance' road race.’
    • ‘The distinctive characteristic of this event, the "Low Tide Mud Run", is in the course itself that is on the exposed shore surface.’
    • ‘The World Famous Mud Run involves charging over chaparral-covered hills, snaking through a sand crawl, climbing two five-foot walls with mud obstacles on either side, and crossing a 30-foot-long mud pit.’
    • ‘Federal budget cuts have already forced the cancellation of many of the base's public events, including the Mud Run and the Admiral's Cup Triathlon.’
    • ‘They swapped their designer stilettos for muddy sneakers at California's annual mud run.’
    • ‘Maybe a mud run or martial arts class would be more up your alley.’
    • ‘The 36-year-old wife and mother who has sloshed through at least two mud runs so far said there is something motivating and inspiring about climbing a wall and jumping into a lake.’
    • ‘Alex is looking forward to running his first mud run this year.’