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So last year I was registered for the Ridiculous Obstacle Challenge (ROC) race but ended up not being able to run it due to weather.

Luckily, the race is coming back to Chicago in July (rebranded as the WIPEOUTRUN and looking as fun as ever).

Yes, I'm already signed up again and yes I have a code for $5 off. And yes you should use it to register right now:

In case you're interested in signing up as well, 
the discount code HIGH5 is good for $5 off registration.

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