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I don't even know how I heard about the Run For Your Lives zombie 5K obstacle courses a couple of months ago.
All I knew was - there is an event where you have to run from zombies! That literally sounded like the coolest thing on earth to me. I checked out the website and was super intrigued, even though the $70+USD entry fee seemed outrageous to me. I was also apprehensive of the fact that there was no large Charity attachment to these runs, and only a link to the Red Cross at the bottom of the page, next to the sponsors. No mention of actual contribution amount or any charitable efforts. I feel like if you're gonna charge this much money for an entry fee, some of it should be for a good cause, right?  </p>

But I had just started training with Personal Trainer Nick and the March 3rd 2012 Atlanta run was a perfect benchmark goal to work toward. It was before the busy convention season, when every weekend would mean traveling to another city for me, and truly, I adore zombies.  

So I signed up for the run, and after fees and taxes my transaction total was $92.

Insert "Rocky"-esque montage of me running, hiking in the mountains and weight lifting. LOL.

This morning I made the trek out to the Atlanta run. Ok, they call it the "Atlanta" event, but it was actually held in Union Point, GA, a tiny town 2 and a half HOURS drive from Atlanta!! Last night we had Thunderstorms (and a tornado) in GA and it rained through the night and for most of the day today. We got up at 5am, left ATL at 6:15 and finally made it to the event lot at 8:45 where we were greeted with smart-ass signs demanding $10 for parking. By the time we walked to the Registration area and signed in, our sneakers and legs were already covered in mud. It would be one of those messy days but we were ready to take on the MUD!!!
  

    

Upon walking into the main Safe Zone compound, we noticed immediately that there wasno set up for runners to stretch (it was so muddy you couldn't stretch), no central water stations, and in fact the Staff made us throw out our drinks when we arrived! It was disappointing to see that this event is not focused on athleticism at all.

Also, Brian was awesome and came along to drive us to the event, and to take photos of us. He had to pay $35 just to get a wristband and to be a Spectator. On a miserable rainy day, that was no fun for him.

So our team - TrainerNick, Tanner and I, filed into this tunnel with about 100 (?) runners and waited for them to open the gate to our Wave at 10am. As we shot out of the gate, it was cold and raining. The mud was ankle deep and slippery as heck, and the suction each step made so strong that it could pull off your shoe. Fitness wise, I loved the challenge and enjoyed the jog, having to balance myself, trying not to slide and working against the suction. Definitely a great work out.

Until the zombies tried to take your flags lol.

See, each runner got 3 flags on a waist band, and the zombies tried to rip those off. They are not allowed to touch you, just rip the flags. If you lost all your flags, you didn't "survive" and wouldn't get a time award at the end. The rule is, runners can't touch the zombies, and zombies can't touch runners. Think - Haunted House scare rules.
First off, it is hard to evade a zombie in the mud. I originally imagined that the undead would come up BEHIND you at certain stations and make you run faster.. that seems to make sense when the advertisement is "Run From Undead". But this morning, at various points there would be 5 - 8 zombies blocking the path, and runners had to dart PAST them. In the slippery mud, that is frigging hard. I managed to lose the first flag at the first obstacle: Climbing several large bales of hay.

After that I saved my energy by walking or lightly jogging between obstacles and sprinting past the zombies. Other bootcamp type obstacles included: water filled mud pond with logs that you hard to hurdle, large tires to climb/jump on, hurdles, mud pool up to your waist to wade through, climbing a net, climbing a wall then sliding down the other side etc. AND A LAKE TO SWIM THROUGH. I do not have any photos of the main portion of the course since Brian had to stay behind in the camp and was awaiting us at the Finish Line for photos. But let me say, these obstacles were legit, a lot of fun, and sometimes a bit scary. I cursed a lot when we came to the lake lol. They had a guide rope but the water was deep enough that you truly had to swim, and it was ICE cold and brown from mud. I think most everyone regretted getting into the lake instead of using the optional walking path, but I felt like I paid a lot of money for this experience so I wanted all of it. One nice thing about the lake was it did wash off a lot of the mud accumulation on my body and shoes lol.

But I do want to talk about the unpleasant portion of the race, which was asshole zombies. See, instead of hiring a horde of zombies, Run For Your Lives simply allows anyone to register as a zombie, for an entry fee of $25, You heard me - even the zombies had to PAY to be part of the event. And anyone off the street could do it - they throw you in a barn, go over some rules quickly, give you 5 minutes (!) for makeup and send you out to chase runners. Of course, 90% of all the zombies were great sports and played their part well. Some were slower and creepy, and some were aggressive and sprinted after you. If you think about it, the zombies have time to rest between sprints and grabs while the runners are exhausted from dealing with the obstacles and conditions. I realized halfway through the run that it would be very very hard to keep even 1 flag, due to the sheer number of zombies (350) and length/difficulty of the course. I don't think ANYONE in our Wave made it to the Finish Line with a flag. What ruined the fun for me was the zombie in a dark suit in the grassy field who broke character to yell taunts at the runners (such as "I'm gonna get that tough one! That one's mine!"), and TACKLE people to the ground. He came after me and shoved me down into the brush, and while I'm still on the ground, this guy kneeling OVER ME said "Oh no big deal, I bit it a couple of times.", then before I could even stand up, he ripped my flag off with a condescending "Thanks!"
His behavior was rude and uncalled for, and against the rules. This guy clearly was there just to bully people and he had a skirt of flags to prove it. People like this asshole take the fun out of the run and I didn't pay $93 plus $10 parking and drove over 2 hours to be tackled down and taunted. And I was not the only one. My team and I witnessed other runners getting tackled, pushed and run down. I think when the organization planned this run, they did not establish enough rules for runner-zombie interaction. Yes, in a real zombie apocalypse, the undead would sprint after you relentlessly (if you go by Dawn of the Dead or Zombieland), BUT the Living would also not just be running away, careful not to touch the zombies.... they would have an arsenal of WEAPONS to KILL the zombies with!!! That is where I think the organizers failed to take into account. If we can't defend ourselves against zombies in this game, they should not be able to full on run after us, especially when the obstacles already tire out the runners. I really would have loved to have seen zombie ambushes or sneak attacks, like hiding behind bushes, trees, camouflaged areas, instead of simply having zombies block your way.

Aside from that, I enjoyed the physical aspect of this course a lot. Brian caught some truly great shots of the final hill slide and mud pond before the Finish line. Here is my end of run:



Brian also got these awesome shots of TrainerNick, Tanner and these other guys coming down for the last part:



The mud turned me orange after the run:

To sum up this event, the best thing I got out of it is a genuine interest to do more obstacle course races and mud runs. The fitness aspect of these things is off the chain! I loved every minute of being outdoors, running and climbing and swimming and getting muddy all the while lol.

I also loved the idea of a zombie themed run. In the case of Run For Your Lives though, they failed at providing an event worth the ticket price. I ended up enjoying the obstacles and the run itself a lot more than dealing with the "zombies". They didn't scare me (and I am easily scared!!!) -  once I lost the flags there was no incentive to run from them, and they didn't bother to come after you anymore. The exhilaration of running from zombies only lasted for the first few minutes, then it became dealing with humans in bad special effects makeup acting like bullies.
The absolute WORST part about Run For Your Lives is the overpriced entry fees for runners, zombies AND watchers, and the fact that none of it is supporting a Charity. I spoke to one of the main organizers, Megan, after the race, and she swore they donate to the Red Cross. But she also admitted that the Red Cross didn't show up to the race. That to me translated into the Red Cross not being supported enough to warrant an excursion to this zombie race. Neither on the Run For Your Lives website nor at the race are any tangible information on the Red Cross or HOW it is supported. There is also no sense of rallying the participants to be charitable, no booths or advertisements to raise awareness or allow for donations.

Run For Your Lives is a pure For Profit event organized by Reed Street Productions, who pocket the tremendous monetary intake without giving back to the community. The set up of the Safe Zone was sloppy, with no thought or care provided to the athletes. It's just an overpriced party disguised as an athletic event.

For most people, that is enough. But for me, I definitely didn't get $145 worth of zombie themed entertainment out of it. I am proud of myself and my team for having completed the obstacle course despite the miserable conditions, and I got a great work out. But I will not support Run For Your Lives or Reed Productions anymore. I will not participate in this race again. I would rather sign up for a charity driven race for $45 and donate $100 to another cause.

There are many charity races out there, for those who are interested. if you have to pay and you have to run, why not do it to help others and raise awareness? For example, coming up is the Turtle Trot at Tybee Island, a 5K Beach run Fundraiser benefiting the Sea Turtle Project. There is also the Dirty Girl Mud Run, which raises awareness for breast cancer and a portion of the sign up fee is donated to the National Breast Cancer Foundation. For Georgians, there is the Run Georgia website which lists all the races in the State and if they support a charity. I definitely will be signing up for more runs in the future. And I think there are a lot of better options for less money benefiting a greater cause than Run For Your Lives.


 

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Geekachuu Featured By Owner Mar 24, 2012  Student General Artist
LOL, My language arts teacher went to this.
It sounds like fun.
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ElGatito Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2012   Traditional Artist
It was nice to hear your thorough review of the run. I've never heard of an event that expensive! Most runs in Savannah are $25-$35 and those are for charity! I might be at the Turtle Trot, it sounds fun to see them releasing the turtle into the ocean. They are also having a Tybee island beach run the last Saturday in March, which I signed up for, where we will run on the hard sand at low tide (benefits Christian Medical Association Honduras). :)
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hollandjwm1979 Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2012
You should check our www.zombiebuffet5k or facebook.com/zombiebuffet5k for a real 5K zombie themed event that isn't simply interested in making millions of dollars, and has a strong commitment to local charitable organizations. Last year they did an event in Nashville TN for 2000 people, charged an average of $35 per ticket and donated $10,000 to the Nashville Rescue Mission, an organization focused on the well-being of the homeless community. This year they are expanding to 3 additional cities: Phoenix, Jacksonville and Columbus. Run For Your Lives charge a fortune with maybe a half percent per ticket donation to the Red Cross. They obviously only care about becoming rich.
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jeffcee Featured By Owner Mar 8, 2012
This looks like so much fun!
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HomieBear Featured By Owner Mar 8, 2012
Thanks for sharing, I heard about the run from Bonnie Burton's twitter feed a while ago, and was sad that it was in another country. BUt now I am not sad I missed out!
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artzydancer234 Featured By Owner Mar 7, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
My dad was going to sign up our whole family to do it, I'll have to talk to him about reconsidering it now. At least you had a fun run though, even if the zombies weren't really up to par.
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TaintedxKisses Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2012
I was there too! Around the same time as well! I wish I could have met you; I have admired your work for quite some time now. :)

The price was a little overwhelming but the way I look at it is, how often do you get to runaway from zombies? I absolutely LOVED getting in the mud, and going over the obstacles, which by the way, I ALSO lost my first health-flag in the first obstacle too. lol
I went belly-down on the last steep hill to the finish line. I also didn't "live" either. I became a zombie. :D

I'm sorry to hear about what happened with the zombies though. The zombies I encountered had good sportsmenship; they didn't tackle or anything. One actually GAVE me a flag back just because he said I was entertaining to watch. :P lol

I plan on doing the Dirty Girl Run as well. MORE MUD YAAAY! :D
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underdogshammer Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2012
This is really unfortunate, but thank you for warning the rest of us. I had intended to go to one of these events, but i will not now.

I also think I would have punched the tackling zombie, not just for breaking the rules, but also so the later runners could marvel at how realistic his blood effects looked.
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StudioCreations Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2012  Professional General Artist
I am an avid 5K'er and I was excited to hear about the RFYL event happening in my old highschool area, but , when I saw those entry fees and the poor quality of door-prizes, I knew it was going to be a ClusterF. A ton of my friends went, but I, opted out at every request.

Thanks for the write up too. I now feel I had experienced enough of the fun parts of the event, just from your descriptions.
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yayacosplay Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2012  Professional Artisan Crafter
This was my first 5K, I'm glad I did it for the experience, but never at this event again. Money grubbing zombies they were.
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rurouni-jedi Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2012  Professional General Artist
I did the Santa Speedo Run in Boston last year, but I have heard that they are held in a lot of cities. Ours was only a 1.5 mile run, but it was 38 degrees out and, of course, we were all running in our underwear! One of the most fun things I have ever done, even though you had to raise $450 to be apart of it (it all goes to charity, and raising that much wasn't as hard as I had expected it to be).

There is also a 5K Halloween run in New York City where you can wear a costume during the run! I would really like to do that one sometime.

Love the photos!! Especially the guy in the chicken suit LOL.
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yayacosplay Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2012  Professional Artisan Crafter
The Halloween run sounds awesome!!! I'd love to run for a cause like you did too. Very awesome.
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blackfairy1326 Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
cool pics!!!!!!!!!but i agree with you. i wold never want to run for these people. hey maybe you can organize a zombie run!!!!!!! and it would be better than this one!!!
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yayacosplay Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2012  Professional Artisan Crafter
I''m sure it is a lot of work to organize an event like this, but they are raking in money hand over fist as well. Would love to see a zombie run organized better than this.
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blackfairy1326 Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
so would i!!!!!!!!
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CopperP Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2012
Most likely already been said, but what sounds like a neat concept utterly failed there. Bummer that it cost you so much for a lousy time. That's *never* fun. I've got a friend in the Atlanta area and I might ask her if she's heard about this. Good luck finding something legitimate to take on both your love of zombies and fitness! Also, I think that ending pic definitely sums it up nicely for you, hehe!
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yayacosplay Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2012  Professional Artisan Crafter
Thanks for commenting, I just wanted to share my experience with others.
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DBRv6 Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2012
Great pictures, and fun with the mud and zombies and all. Grats on the run.

I have heard of a number of the zombie runs. I do not know if the same group is putting them on in Atlanta or not. Friend of mine from Athens ran this too. She has done a few of these and the warrior-dashes too. Her husband is a great photographer that took a lot of pics too of it. She finished with one flag left, got first in her age group too.

To bad about the charities! They should be, especialy for the price. The 'charging' spectators and zombies just feels wrong - should be treated as volunteers. Yet putting the events on are not cheap either. I do road bike rides around GA and there is usualy good support and a good cause that all goes together.
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boobslaya Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2012   Digital Artist
It did sound like a good idea, it's a shame it was such a bust. Ah well. Maybe some one will do it right sooner or later.
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AngelCrusher Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2012  Professional Filmographer
It wasnt attached to a charity!? I cant believe it! I read about it but thought it was for a good cause but that is ridiculous.
Being pushed to the ground etc and breaking the rules, that could have hurt someone, and really you should feel not guilty in asking for compensation from the organizer for not screening the zombies and allowing harm to people. If it was fun and for charity, but that much money just for greedy organizers is just pathetic.
I dont understand what the money is used for if even the zombies have to pay up. Doesnt seem right at all.
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yayacosplay Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2012  Professional Artisan Crafter
The organization that puts on this event, Reed Street Productions, pockets the profits. The end.
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AngelCrusher Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2012  Professional Filmographer
lame. you looked great somehow after all that mud and running though. lol
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TheSpiffyNerd Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2012  Student Artist
Thanks for the review~ I've been wanting to do this for a long time, but I would not have been happy to waste so much money on something like this...
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yayacosplay Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2012  Professional Artisan Crafter
There are other races out there, no need to run this one.
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RusstheRab Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2012  Professional Photographer
Sorry to hear it wasn't as fun as it should have been.
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EveilleCosplay Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2012  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
I actually know someone who works for Run For Your Lives, he was a friend of mine here at SCAD. I've sent him the link to your journal with your comments on the event. Hopefully it will help them better future races for runners.
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yayacosplay Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2012  Professional Artisan Crafter
Thanks for sharing, I have no confidence that the organization will change anything. There were too many people flocking to this event.
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EveilleCosplay Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2012  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
No problem, I understand why you have no confidence that they will change, but you never know.
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Zantetsuken15 Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2012  Student General Artist
well from what I've read yeah I can see your point very clearly.although it was very mean for the zombie in the dark suit to do that.(should of kicked his ass for the hell of it) but for considering that they should of ban him runners . and all the BS you guys have to go through that gotta be harsh but enjoyable. sad to see something like that should of been more better but if they were for non-profit it could of have potential (running from zombies while getting a work out, sign me up!)

also paying that much and going through that could of been a lot better. I will say this maybe if you ever decide to do a marathon maybe do that one in the jungles of Brazil or something. very ballzy but it comes with high rewards more importantly make you more of a bad ass!!!. to summarize this I wouldn't mind giving it a shot if I have the time for it. but I would be surprise if they did it in the con's? man talk about getting your money's worth. but in all thanks for giving us the review. and I hope you find a better one. that or ninja warrior or something?
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yayacosplay Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2012  Professional Artisan Crafter
The rule stated that runners who physically defend themselves from the zombies will be disqualified. That's why I couldn't do anything about the zombie who tackled me. My arm was grabbed a few times during the race as well which is technically against the touching rule as well but that didn't bother me until the asshole.
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Zantetsuken15 Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2012  Student General Artist
they really need to enforced the rules on that especially to the zombies. hey you guys have to do a lot more work. and also the zombies get to rest not the runners which sucks.I mean yea it suppose to be fun when they aren't gonna mob you and just straight up tackle you. I mean grabbing the arm of the runner is something small but that tackle should of gotten the guy kicked out. I mean did anyone from the staff of the event did something about it or they didn't see that? that gotta suck for you since all you guys didn't do anything wrong. :(
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CMatt-Gray Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2012
everyday clothes and still looking great. Even in the mud. ;)
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Fayina-Kei-Sancia Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2012
It's a shame that this event really isn't worth it - it was such a cool idea, but poorly executed it seems. I also love the idea of a zombie run, as my college campus plays Humans vs Zombies. Maybe if another organization put one together without the ridiculous pricing and also including charity, it would be better. Still, thank you for the insight on this event - now I know not to bother with it. Though, I'm very interested in the Turtle Trot you mentioned - I'll have to look into that sometime.
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yayacosplay Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2012  Professional Artisan Crafter
Definitely check out the turtle trot!
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Fayina-Kei-Sancia Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2012
Don't know if I'll get a chance to look into it this year, but I'll definitely make note of it for the future! :D
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MiyokoDosei Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2012
ah that's so cool! I would have loved to have gone :) Sorry to hear that they didnt train their zombies too well. It does give me an interesting idea of what to do for our paranormal team's fundraiser this year. Maybe we can host a small-scale zombie run. I gotta look into a place to hold it though :)
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yayacosplay Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2012  Professional Artisan Crafter
That's a great idea, best of luck with it :)
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MiyokoDosei Featured By Owner Mar 7, 2012
thanks! :) If it seems like a good enough success you're more than welcome to give it a try! We're in NE GA too! :)
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ParrishArt Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2012  Professional General Artist
It sounds like an awesome idea! just a pity that you had to spend so much money to get not a lot in return but a lot of mud :< Have you complained to the organisation?? I wouldnt do smehting like that for that much without it going to charitey.
If yoou really love the idea of zombies you should do a zombie walk :D They did one in Derby, UK last october, basically everyone dresses as zombies and zombie walk through the town :P I wanted to go so badly and couldnt make it but i heard it was great, and they do them all over the country apparently ^^
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yayacosplay Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2012  Professional Artisan Crafter
I reported the asshole zombie but not sure if they will actually do anything about it. They're making too much money to care about complaints.
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ParrishArt Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2012  Professional General Artist
Its a real shame :< unless they have a zombie blacklist and dont let them back next time??? i hope that they sort out their act so that if you do it again it is a truly awesome experience!
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AngelsArcher Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2012  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
I agree, at first I thought the concept sounded pretty cool, but after I read this journal I am convinced this race should be taken over by some other organization. From what I've read this event shouldn't be even worth half the entry fee and I don't believe a single penny goes to the Red Cross. Shame, because the idea of people running through such a challenging course from zombies does sound awesome.
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yayacosplay Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2012  Professional Artisan Crafter
Exactly - fantastic idea but horrible execution.
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CLJGK Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2012
My school did one of these as a fundraiser. It was pretty cool. The cross-country team were the zombies and anyone could sign up. The theater department did the zombie make-up for the team. It was wicked cool. I signed up to help. I passed out water at the finish line, organized the t-shirts everyone got for participating, and organized the free food. c:
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yayacosplay Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2012  Professional Artisan Crafter
Wow, see that sounds like a much more fun event, and a fundraiser too. Awesome.
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CLJGK Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2012
Yeah, it was intense. I felt bad though because the cross-country members were mostly the ones who arrived first so they all ganged up on runners. Bad for the runners, but it was funny. xD
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deeed Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2012
I saw the website for this event and thought it looked very cool. Guess it was in theory... just not so much in practice.

I'm keen to join the 'zombie walk' they do in the major cities here. You dress up as a zombie and then wander through the city en masse. All to raise money for the Brain Cancer Foundation!
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cynac Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2012
At least you had fun and took on a challenge. But it's too bad about the price, that dude and all. It would've been better and fairer if the zombies where actually chasing the runners from behind, that way they'll be just as exhausted. Also, they could place some zombies ahead as additional obstacles, providing that they'll get supervised from a staff member to make sure that they don't break any rules. It might be better if those zombies had some rope or something tied between their knees to slow them down and limit their movements; thus helping them behave more like zombies regardless.

I still can't get over the fact that the Zombies also had to pay (especially since the runners entry fees could easily cover that), and the fact that they can drag anyone in to do it; rather than trained staff, who are better at acting, more disciplined, informed of the rules in depth etc.

As fearsome as it wasn't, the whole zombie run should have been set in the night with some nasty surprises (as long as they don't touch the runners) such as zombies buried deep in the mud waiting to jump out in front of their victims. or a barn full of zombies which the contestants have to run through.

There was so much potential on this run that has been wasted away. Also, if it wasn't so expensive then there's a good chance that more contestants will show up.
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DragonKnight84 Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
even the zombie on the flyer looks like a troll face lol
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