It was a muddy day in Coal Valley as folks pushed their limits in the mud and obstacle 'Extreme Survival Run'.
"We built some great obstacles that have never been brought to the Quad Cities before. We're just going to run them today and see what we can do and have some fun," says Theron Maring, Owner, Case Creek Obstacles.
There were 20 obstacles including the monkey bars, ninja scaling wall, and ninja jump boxes.
All the money goes to Bethany for Children and Families.
This is the first year of the extreme survival run.
People who are in the race say it's hard work.
"It takes everything. Not just your legs and a little bit of cardio, but it takes upper body. It takes stamina in your mind. Keep you focused on the obstacle and focused on that gold class at the end of the run," says Bill Kaufman, ran the course.
They hope to have a mud run twice a year at the Coal Valley obstacle course.