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For the first time, T2 Los Angeles has added the Camp Pendleton World Famous Mud Run to its lineup of events for 2014. This extremely popular race complete with obstacles and lots of ways to get dirty and muddy takes place on the Camp Pendleton Marine Corps base near San Diego on June 1. Boot camp style strength and conditioning training to prepare for this race will take place twice a week beginning on Saturday, April 5.
To register or for more information, please visit t2ea.com.
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