AUSTIN (KXAN) - A dirty group of over 1,600 women had to clean up after a run Saturday morning in Austin.
The original women-only national Dirty Girl Mud Run series came to Austin welcoming women of all ages and athletic abilities.
Race organizers say the purpose of the run is to get women to break their normal routines and step out of their comfort zones and "get dirty."
The race came complete with a Utopian tunnel crawl to the PMS [Pretty Muddy Stuff] mud pit, participants were also encouraged to dress in costume.
Today's race also helped support the National Breast Cancer Foundation, the Dirty Girl's official sponsor.
Last year the race raised $250,000 for the NBCF organization.
The goal for 2013 was set at $500,000.
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