Narromine's Suzanne Coen and Molong's Melissa Bonnici were the fastest females at Dubbo's Titan Macquarie Mud Run completing the course in one hour and 32 minutes.
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Hundreds of participants from across the region worked together on Saturday to complete the 10 kilometre mud run course, which committee president Rod Fardell said was the best one yet.
"You have to pinch yourself a little bit when you do all that work and then everybody turns up and you have to go 'did we do that? It looks amazing'," Mr Fardell said.
The committee president said while it had been great to see the teamwork and camaraderie on the day, his favourite obstacle had been the ice bath.
Mr Fardell said it had enjoyed seeing people's faces when they realised how cold the water was and how quickly they tried to climb out of the slippery hole.
"We've got a brilliant obstacle committee," he said.
There was a push each year for the mud run committee to come up with new and interesting obstacles, however, Mr Fardell said they had to ensure they weren't too expensive and could be easily assembled and then taken down.
The committee are already planning the 2020 event. Behind-the-scenes the committee is also working out what the money raised from the event will be spent on.
The mud run has funded numerous projects across Dubbo from lights on the Tracker Riley Cycleway to donating $10,000 towards the Liberty Swing.
Mr Fardell thanked the committee, the 75 volunteers, the sponsors, participants and anyone who helped out.
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