Get Dirty In The First Ever ‘Reality Mud Run’ Benefiting Cancer Research
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IRVINE (CBS) — CBS reality stars are helping spearhead the first ever “Reality Mud Run” to benefit “Survivor’s” Stand Up To Cancer.
On Saturday, Sept. 10, reality stars from “Survivor,” “Big Brother” and “The Amazing Race” will join fans, athletes and cancer survivors alike in a 5K mud run to raise funds for cancer research.
Reality stars set to participate include “Survivor’s” Ethan Zohn, Jenna Morasca, Amanda Kimmel, Burton Roberts, Yau-Man Chan, Natalie Tenerelli, Phillip Sheppard, Chad Crittenden and Joel Klug; “The Amazing Race’s” Uchenna Agu, Megan Rickey, Cheynne Whitney, Alex Boylan and Dennis Frentsos; and ‘Big Brother’s” Will Kirby and many more.
The run begins at 8 a.m. at Irvine Lake in Silverado, Calif.
Registration fees start at $59 per person or $236 for a group of four. Prices increase July 29. Entry fees include a race t-shirt, time chip, food and drink at the finish and more. Registration closes Sept. 7.
The mud run is sponsored by CBS. For more information, click here.