TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - Getting down in the dirt, all for some exercise.
The Wabash Valley Road Runners hosted the 23rd annual Swamp Stomp Saturday morning.
It's a five mile run and a four mile walk.
People of all ages could come out and participate.
Event organizers say they had a great turn out, even with the rainy weather.
"It's such a great group of people. We have three to four hundred members. They're obviously very very positive people, and they don't care if it's raining a little bit," said Buddy Green, co-race director.
Proceeds from the run will go to local high school running programs, scholarships, and upkeep on local trails.
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