This case involves a female plaintiff who suffered injuries during a nonprofit fundraising race that was designed to give funds to a local charity. The race was in a “mud run” format, with a number of obstacles strewn throughout the race’s course by event staff. Many of the obstacles involved climbing, yet participants were not provided with any supplemental safety equipment or personal training prior to the race. At the time of the incident in question, the Plaintiff had arrived, along with several other members of her team, at the base of a vertical wall that was serving as an obstacle on the course. The bottom of the wall on one side was a mud filled trench, while the other was hard gravel. The Plaintiff was required to scale the wall via a rope anchored to the top of the wall. At some point, the Plaintiff slipped and fell on the gravel at the other side of the wall, causing a devastating ankle injury.