PHOTOS: World’s police, fire competitors get their hands dirty
Teammates hold hands as they make their way to the finish line of a five-mile mud run through the Pitchess Detention Center grounds for the 2017 World Police and Fire Games in Castaic on Tuesday, August 15, 2017. Katharine Lotze/The Signal
By Katharine Lotze
Tuesday, August 15th, 2017

Athletes from around the world crawled, slid, and ran through the mud on Tuesday at Pitchess Detention Center for the World Police and Fire Games mud run event.

Competitors were tested with obstacles, such as small, steep hills and large pools of water, over the five mile course through the jail’s grounds.

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About the author

Katharine Lotze

Katharine Lotze

Katharine Lotze is a photojournalist and columnist at the Signal, and can be found photographing daily life in Santa Clarita, or writing personal essays about her own daily life.

PHOTOS: World’s police, fire competitors get their hands dirty

Athletes from around the world crawled, slid, and ran through the mud on Tuesday at Pitchess Detention Center for the World Police and Fire Games mud run event.

Competitors were tested with obstacles, such as small, steep hills and large pools of water, over the five mile course through the jail’s grounds.

See a photo of you? Purchase Signal photo reprints here.

About the author

Katharine Lotze

Katharine Lotze

Katharine Lotze is a photojournalist and columnist at the Signal, and can be found photographing daily life in Santa Clarita, or writing personal essays about her own daily life.