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Dirty Feet Productions

Friendly, Low-Key, Fun, Challenging Courses

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Dirty Feet Productions was founded in 2007 after creation of Orange County’s first ever 50/50 ultra marathon – The Twin Peaks 50/50. Dirty Feet was originally launched to fill the niche of ultra distance trail runs that were not offered at the time in Orange County.

We specialize in well-organized, but non-flashy races. We are usually one of the lowest-cost races around* but we don’t skimp on quality! We DO provide the usual essentials (more than you will get at most marathons), such as post-race food, fun, snacks, water, electrolytes, medical aid, well-marked courses, tech shirts, medals, etc. If you are looking for a race with a $5,000 cash prize, 18 gourmet aid stations and $2000 finish-line banner then you might barking up the wrong trail. If you are looking for fun, challenging races with ALL of the essentials but none of the flash – then come get your feet dirty with us!

Dirty Feet’s mission is to provide dirt, fun, and quality at a reasonable cost. Come check out one of our events and get your feet dirty. You will be glad you did!

Jessica DeLine Producer/Race Director & OCTR Founder

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Volunteer

Without Volunteers, races like these can't happen.
We are always looking for volunteers and would like to add you to our contact list.

Typical Volunteer Jobs Include:
Aid Station Workers
First Aid & Medical Personal
Course Sweeps (on foot & in truck)
4x4 Drivers for transporting runners
Start/Finish Line Workers
Amateur Radio Operators

All Volunteers will receive Technical shirts, food, 50% off a future Dirty Feet race, and forever gratitude!

Please contact us if you are interested in helping out for a specific race or if you just want to be added to our contact list.

Charity

Some of the proceeds for Dirty Feet Races go to non profit organizations.
Most notably, donations are given to the Tucker Wildlife Sanctuary via the Harding Hustle race.




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