CARROLLTON, Ohio (AP) -- Thousands of people have jumped over flames, plowed through a rubber jungle and plodded in a mud pit beneath barbed wire to complete an extreme obstacle course set up in a northeast Ohio village.
The Repository in Canton ( http://bit.ly/nbhaVk ) reports more than 14,000 people paid the $55 fee to enter Saturday's Warrior Dash in Carrollton, about 70 miles southeast of Cleveland. Some people wore costumes, dressing as ballerinas, clowns, superheroes and gladiators as they tackled the more than 3-mile course throughout the day.
Carroll County Sheriff Dale Williams says one person broke an ankle but no major problems were reported.
The race was put on by a Chicago company that holds similar events around the country.
Information from: The Repository, http://www.cantonrep.com