- Associated Press - Thursday, December 3, 2015

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) - In a story Dec. 2 about the canceled 2014 Charleston Dirty Girl Mud Run, The Associated Press reported erroneously that the West Virginia attorney general’s office is mailing information about entry fee refunds. The office is sending the information by email.

A corrected version of the story is below:

Information being sent about refunds for canceled mud run

Women who registered for canceled mud run to receive information about entry fee refunds

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) - People who paid registration fees for the canceled 2014 Charleston Dirty Girl Mud Run will soon learn how they can obtain refunds.

Attorney General Patrick Morrisey said Wednesday that his office is emailing instructions to about 1,100 people who signed up for the July 2014 event. Would-be participants paid entry fees of $65 to $95.

After the event was canceled because of financial issues, race organizers refused to issue refunds. The organizers’ parent company, 100LLC, reached a settlement with the attorney general’s office in August.

The 5-kilometer run for women of all ages would have involved obstacles and mud pits. Events are held across the country.

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