Lose Yourself Run/Walk

The 2016 Lose Yourself Fun Run was a great success! We sincerely thank everyone who supported the Rasmussen Family. Check back in the summer for information regarding the 2017 Fun Run!

Race the Maze - September 24, 2016 - 10:30 AM


There is no other race like this in the Basin! You will race across gorgeous farmland and through actual portions of the corn maze! You will brave uneven terrain, dirt roads, and maybe even some cow deposits. Prepare to be a-maze-d!

The race this year will be a FUN RUN without posted timings or awards. Instead, each registrant will receive a ticket for a prize drawing. We have a timer by the finish line in case you want to see your time.

Packet Pickup and Race-day Registration will be held September 24 from 9:30-10:15 AM at The Maze. The pumpkin cannon will officialy start both races at 10:30 AM.

5k or 1 Mile Adult Registration Fee: $20 (If registered by September 7, t-shirt is guaranteed. Later registrants will receive t-shirts while supplies last.)

5k or 1 Mile Child Registration Fee (10 years old and younger): $10 (Again, t-shirt is guaranteed only if registered by September 7.)

Each registrant will receive a voucher for his or her complimentary entrance to The Maze valid only September 24. What a steal!

All proceeds benefit the Rasmussen Family of Bluebell

The Clint and Nicole Rasmussen family of Bluebell experienced a challenging year. Their struggles began at the end of February when Clint was emergency life-flighted to Salt Lake, where he was diagnosed with H1N1 Flu. His case was so severe that he spent 33 days on a ventilator and another five days in the ICU. Once he was finally out of the hospital, he still was unable to return home because he had to relearn how to walk. After an additional 3 weeks in a rehab unit relearning how to walk and rebuilding his strength, he was eventually able to go home. He did physical therapy at home until he was strong enough to go to physical therapy in Roosevelt. He is still required to do physical therapy at least 3 times a week and other exercises at home. Additionally, Clint is still on oxygen due to his ARDS (Adult Respiratory Distress).

Even though Clint is back home, he is unable to work due to being on oxygen and because of loss of strength and muscle.

What began as a severe case of the flu has led to mounting medical bills and an inability to work to provide for his wife and children. We all hope for Clint to make a full recovery, but are uncertain of how long it will take.

The Rasmussen family has been very gracious and expresses gratitude to all who are able to assist them at this difficult time.

2016 Race Sponsors

A special thanks to volunteers from the Altamont Cross Country Team.

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