Anthony said, "it felt like my trail running had really paid off. It was something I was preparing for and did not even know it. Not knowing what was ahead of you made the 3.34 mile race hard to pace, but that made it more fun not knowing what came next. It was exhilarating and seeing everyone there also having a good time was enjoyable. It wasn't just everyone who was in extremely good shape doing it, people were just out there getting after it. Throwing yourself in a pile of mud is not something you get to do every day so it was just a good chance to let go and do something you wouldn't normally do."
When asked if he would do it again, Anthony said, "He would definitely do it again. Instantly addicted. The only disappointment is there was no chip timing so you don't get your time at the end, but I guess that's not what this race is about. Just finishing the race is the goal of this race and everyone should walk about feeling good about it." For all the more serious competitors out there who want a time, Anthony advises to sign up for the elite start!