The Coshocton County Beacon June 10, 2020 - Page 25

to try to have one onth up until the d. ll over including states were schedrst workday. hest someone said was eight hours to lay on our obsta- . ciates everyone’s t to get out of the s,” he said. “With , you can go lift s really no place to courses are travelxed course, so you rain and do things m.” already registered d Run was made changes. Options to those who canw date. t there has been celed, and there dates available to reschedule them,” Cushman said. “A lot of people are going to have to pick between races they registered for. ce out there stponed and there any dates eschedule shman We’ve offered people the chance to defer to next year at no cost.” Fifty to 60 people have already said they can’t make this year’s race with it being rescheduled to August. “Our numbers are going to be down because of people not wanting to travel or having conflicts with the date,” Cushman said. However, those who can attend can expect to find around 80 obstacles on this year’s Indian Mud Run course. The Beacon • 13 File The backup date for the ninth annual Indian Mud Run is Saturday, Aug. 22, but there is still plenty of work that needs done to prepare the course. “We try to add a few new things every year,” Cushman said. “That’s what brings people from all over the country. Very few races have the number and quality of obstacles we have. A funny thing they say in obstacle racing is that the ground is lava. You can’t touch it. You want to get from point A to point B without touching the ground. Obstacle racing is adults that didn’t grow up and still want to get out and play on the playground.” For more on the Indian Mud Run, look them up on Facebook or visit n Mud Run back to August, iasts from pitching in and