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101 Clever Color Run Team Names

The color run was originally founded in 2012 to promote the health and happiness of runners everywhere. Currently in more than 30 countries, the average color run is 5k. You start off with wearing all white in the beginning and end plastered in color. If you are starting your own team, the following list of color run team names can help inspire the creation of your name.

50 Shades of Awesome
A Hue of Good Men
A Running Canvas
A Running Joke
Aerobically Challenged
Always Bright
Bad Dye Job
Blank Canvas
Blizzard Blues
Blue Girl Group
Blue Man Group
Blue Past You
Chafe the Dream
Chameleons
Chase the Rainbow
Color Envy
Color Fusion
Color Me Bad
Color Me Dirty
Color Me Krazy
Color Us Fabulous
Color Us Motivated
Color Us Tired
Color Vixens
Colorful Teens
Colors R Us
Cray Cray Crayola
Crazy Tints
Divas that Dye
Do or Dye
Dye Dye Birdie
Dye Hard
Dye Me a River
Dye Running
Dyed Divas
Fluorescent Runners
Flying Colors
Free Runners
Free the Turtle
Fruit Loops
Fruity Pebbles
Full Spectrum
Get Fit or Dye Tryin’
Glitter Divas
Glow Girls
Goldilocks
Green with Envy
Happy Feet
Hue Are You
Hue-ten Nannies
Legs Miserables
Live Free or Dye
Lost In Pace
Man Love
Messy Madams
Neon Nuts
Overly Saturated
Pacemakers
Paint the Clouds
Painted Pixies
Painting and Panting
Palette Pushers
Palette Wreckers
Pearly Brights
Pigmentation Party
Pigments of Your Imagination
Powder to the People
Prisms
Rainbow Connection
Rainbow Dashers
Rainbow Fusion
Rainbow Power
Rainbow Rockets
Rave You to the Finish
Run or Dye Trying
Running Outside The Lines
Shady Ladies
Shiny Happy People
Shred the Rainbow
Skittles
Sole Sisters
Sore to the Finish
Sour Patch Kids
Splatter
Sprayed and Splattered
Stay Between the Lines
Taste the Rainbow
Team CMYK
Team Runbow
Team Skittles
The CMYKs
The Picasso
The Rainbow Connection
The White Stripes
These Colors Do Run
Time Wounds All Heels
Too Legit to Dye
Twisted Colors
Veiled in Color
We Know Hue You Are
White Lightning

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