Are you ready to get down and dirty? Ladies, it’s time you forget your usual fun run routine. Hang up your singlets and unlace your trainers as we bring you The Down and Dirty Dash, the first all-women mud run happening on October 13, Saturday, in Nuvali, Sta. Rosa.
The Down and Dirty Dash (or Triple D as we love to call it) is a three-kilometer fun run through a muddy obstacle course, shying away from the usual fun run by adding its own distinct female flavor: dirty women. And no, we don’t mean the vulgar type.
Inspired by Go Dirty Girl, a mud run pioneered in the United States, Triple D aims to promote Confidence, Camaraderie, and Empowerment. It is an event for women, made by women - a day where women can simply have fun, hang out with their girl friends and let their hair down. Forget the meek and weak stereotype. Triple D is a testament to the strong, independent Filipina. She is the modern Maria Clara who’s out to prove that just like any guy, she knows how to get down and dirty - and she’s not afraid to show it.
More importantly, Triple D shows that beneath the modern Filipina’s strength and confidence awaits a compassionate heart. Part of the proceeds for Triple D will go to Project Pink - a support group that aims to promote breast cancer awareness among Filipina women. According to research, Filipinas are most prone to the disease, compared to other Asian women. Triple D gives every Filipina not only a day of pure, dirty fun but also the chance to stand up in the fight against breast cancer. Now, isn’t that a cause worth getting down and dirty for?
The Down and Dirty Dash is produced by Event Horizon Productions.