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#WTM2014 Live Update - 9am PST

By Alex Patterson | 16. November 2014

 

Hardy competitors continue to press on despite the cold wind, trying to hit mileage goals and go home with a coveted 25, 50, or 75 mile WTM bib. Overall #1 Ryan Atkins crossed the finish line approximately 15 mins ago, having completed 95 miles with an insurmountable 9 mile lead on second place Jarrod Pace (86 miles) of Sydney, Australia. Ryan will stop and repeat as the World's Toughest Mudder. The battle in the overall is now between Jarrod and Trevor Cichosz of Woodland, Washington, USA (85 miles) for second. Amelia Boone is in first in the women's with 70 miles and has strategically stopped, waiting to see if Allison Tai (65 miles) in 2nd can complete her current lap before the 24 horn goes off. In the teams, Wolf Pack Spartan Team has pulled ahead of Under Armour Team Australia.