Dozens of daring competitors dash across mud flats in Essex as they take on the Maldon Mud Race dressed as cats and Storm Troopers
| Alex Green For Mailonline
6/11/2018 3:57 AM EST
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Runners got covered in mud as they raised cash for charity at one of the world's dirtiest sporting events.
Dozens of people braved the squelch as they took part in the 2018 Maldon Mud Race in Promenade Park, Essex.
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