mud pit

mud pit

[′məd ‚pit]
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Construction began after a groundbreaking ceremony in April, but the rain soon turned the field into something of a mud pit. The project called for nearly every existing structure to be leveled and replaced, including the bleachers, press box and fencing.
The event is an exciting obstacle course, with scramble nets, space hoppers and a mud pit.
Whether it be a rocky track, sand dunes or mud pit, the Ford Everest can help you tackle the toughest of conditions off-road.
This is a muddy obstacle course which will have you scrambling over an A-frame and crawling through a mud pit. The start times are in waves, each starting 15 minutes apart to make sure everyone on the course is safe.
During the event, boys and girls will wriggle through scramble nets, bounce on space hoppers and crawl through a mud pit to help raise money for Cancer Research UK.
The exciting obstacle course saw participants wriggle through scramble nets, bounce on space hoppers and crawl through a mud pit - to help raise money for life-saving research.
With the course being more varied at this 43rd edition of the IAAF World Cross Country Championships than in Kampala 2017, taking in the grassy roof of Moesgaard Museum, the hilly surroundings, a mud pit and a section of water as part of the 2km loop, it may be less of an African procession than two years ago, where the first non-African finisher was Aliphine Tuliamuk of the United States in 15th.
Looking ahead to hopefully warmer weather, Welly Season at Saltholme will last for the whole of February and when the snow melts, our puddles and even our new mud pit will be fantastically splashy and squelchy.
Stay right there with this pair of broken binoculars and focus on the southern tip of the Big Dipper in case an unidentified comet comes hurtling at the mud pit you wallow in after work.
The racing site consisted of two tracks, complete with obstacles such as trenches, mud pit and tabletop, he said.
Speaking of different agendas, the minions at the DOTr dug themselves into a mud pit trying to defend a memorandum order concerning 4X4s and vehicle modifications.
From the starting line, one galloped to a mud pit (yes, a hole full of water and mud) on the way to the 'table top,' an earthen 10-foot hill from which horse and rider descended down to either left or right depending on which lane one was assigned (the competition came in pairs) directly to a barrel slalom then straight on to zig zag around six poles.