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If you can't go to the warrior dash, here's what you're missing

Like some kind of bizarre cross between Braveheart, the original Woodstock and the most flamboyant boot camp of all time, The Warrior Dash in Copper Mountain brings together 350 hyperactive children in adult bodies to don their best Agamemnon-wear, run a formidable obstacle course and get really, really muddy. It sounded good, but it got even better when we got a hold of these press photos -- we couldn't run them all in the print edition, but they're too awesome not to use, and so we're bringing them to you, just so you can know what you're missing if you can't make it. And, what the hell, we threw in some snarky captions, too.

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