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Everything I'm about to post is intended to not be offensive in any way, and I'm just trying to help you become a better mapper. Forgive me if I do sound excessively rude.
Now I do hate to be "that guy", but I'm agreeing with SpookyToad here.
While I get that this is a joke map (which is totally fine, and normal when starting out with mapping), making like 4 in the space of about a month, reduxing one in that time period too, is kinda trashy in my eyes. While making a map can be easy and quick, especially joke maps, making a good, fun, playable one takes a bit more time and effort that what appears to have been happening here. Ask any mapper with a good looking, well made, thought out map, it likely took them a number of months minimum.
Now don't get me wrong, every mapper makes mistakes here and there, but it's only now you've learnt to add a logic arena and to tweak the map enough so you don't have to put in an obnoxious command to actually be able to play the map. Another reason to not make so many maps in a short space of time, is so you can learn from past mistakes like those.
I may sound like a hypocrite, since my maps, sprint, charity, and multirun, are all jokes as well, that look terrible and any decent mapper could make if they had fully planned it out. But here's the thing, going back to improving with each map, you'll notice each time, my maps got more complex, maybe looked a tiny bit better, and generally became more of the type of map people would like to play more often.
Moving on from being fully negative, it's great to see you have some sort of enthusiasm for this sort of work. TF2 does need more mappers in this day and age. Now I haven't been able to see if these maps are all copy pastes of each other, but assuming you have made each individually with a bit of thought into each of them and their traps, layout, etc, it proves you do likely want to maybe continue to make more, or if that isn't the case, with sufficient help, learn more about mapping possibly. That is commendable, no question.
Finally, while I don't want to sound like this was a long ass advertisement for something, if you do truly want to learn more about mapping, then tf2maps has plenty of people willing to help. If you want to learn more specifically about deathrun, then I suggest doing tf2maps for the basic mapping aspects of deathrun, but Fortress Labs discord for help with deathun oriented questions, and less crowded channels.
Hopefully you'll take most of what I said into consideration. I know I might sound hypocritical in some areas, but that will likely be corrected in the near future. Again, sorry if I offended you in any way. As stated, this wasn't meant to sound like an advertisement, but tf2maps and fortress labs are great places for learning more about mapping. This comment, while posted on this single map, attempts to sum up all of the maps I've recently seen created by you.
I'll edit this comment in the future if I am in the wrong in some way. Thanks for reading. As stated, hopefully you take a bit of this onboard, and I hope to see a nice looking, serious map made by you in the future :)