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Medieval Rush Set for Saturday in Bismarck

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Fire, mud and water and more.

You'll find it all at this Saturday's Medieval Rush at the Missouri Valley Fairgrounds.

Make sure to dress up and have fun.

Around thirteen-hundred athletes will tackle the all-terrain 5-k course that features twenty obstacles.

This wall is one of them.

The Ultimate Warrior likes to keep the mullet alive. Hope all the other warriors come out and where mullets of some sort, wig or no wig. I was looking for the Macho Man I heard he was here last year. If he shows his face this year the Ultimate Warrior will put him down, put him down," says the Ultimate Warrior.

Gates open at 1pm. The first wave of runners take off at 3:30.

It's $10 for spectators. Kids 10 and under are free. There is still time to register.

For a list of activities log on to medievalrush.com

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