More than 800 showed up for the Dirty Girl Mud Run earlier this month at Old Tucson, including Briana Gee, foreground and her friends. Organizers donated 2.5 percent of the registration fee to the National Breast Cancer Foundation.
Jennifer Loy, who took part in the Dirty Girl Mud Run at Old Tucson with a group called Rock City Chicks, deftly manages a water obstacle while slipping under a pole.
Rachel Tineo leads her fellow tutu-clad Mud Rumblers, friends and workout buddies in a dance before tackling the slushy course at the Dirty Girl Run at Old Tucson.
Susan Hill, left, and Kimberly Reynolds trampled through the mud at the Dirty Girl Run to raise cancer awareness.
At the starting line Zumba instructors Rosemary Bietendorf, foreground, (ROSEMARY BIETENDORF) and Patricia Matthews (PATRICIA MATTHEWS) perform on a platform as they lead a group of women in dance before they take off running during the Dirty Girl Mud Run (DIRTY GIRL MUD RUN) at Old Tucson, …
Most of the first and second waves of runners in the Dirty Girl Mud Run were climbing over walls and jumping into muddy pools by the time the fourth wave reached the tunnel where they had to crawl through a foot of muddy water. Completing the race with a few scratches and a 20-foot blow-up m…
The University of Arizona College of Medicine — Tucson and Ventana Medical Systems Inc. will hold a free information session about prostate cancer at 6 p.m tomorrow - Tuesday, Nov. 13.
Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. is the kick off event of the 13th season of the UA Cancer Center's fitness training program, Better Than Ever.
A Better Than Ever Fitness Program Information meeting will be held tomorrow at noon at UMC, Cafeteria Room F, 1501 N. Campbell Ave.