The Mud Run involves teams of two competitors who must switch between a cycling leg and a running leg (above and right photos) in a course setting off from the McIvor Lake parking lot and running through the woods.

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The mud flew at McIvor Lake during the Campbell River Mud Run on Saturday

The mud flew at McIvor Lake during the Campbell River Mud Run on Saturday.

Competitors race a ?? km course in pairs, switching between mountain biking and running as they come to a series of challenges throughout the course. The Campbell River race had 108 competitors in 54 teams of mens, womens and mixed categories.

The winning teams were:

n Team of Two Men: 1st place and first overall – Team Shocker (Bricklin Koop, Max Mielke), 47:19; 2nd place and second overall – Biddy Stix (Shawn Mandula, Kyle Myschowoda), 48:24; 3rd and seventh overall – Rusty Sprockets (Ernst Walter, Blenn Blake), 52:09.

n Mixed team of Two: 1st place and third overall – Menacing Mud Slingers (Bruce Berkey, Zoe Berkey), 48:40; 2nd place (fifth overall) – Brennans (Jim Brennan, Mona Brennan), 51:39; 3rd (sixth overall) Dynamite Duo (Deb Epps, Simon Weber), 51:47.

n Team of Two Women: 1st (fourth overall) – Dirty Bit (Laurie Kalf, Michelle Lantaigne), 50:21; 2nd (12th overall) – Canadian with a Twist of Limey (Helen Gibbons, Claire Hinchcliffe), 56:17; 3rd (13th overall) – What the Hell (Audrey Erlandson, Itoude Palcaie), 56:59.

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