The 2015 race was an all-time classic as athletes and crew celebrated XTERRA's 20th year in Maui.
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Josiah Middaugh, 37, from Eagle-Vail, Colorado and Flora Duffy, 28, from Devonshire, Bermuda won the 20th XTERRA World Championship off-road triathlon elite titles on an incredibly scenic day in Kapalua, Maui.
It’s the first XTERRA World Title for Middaugh after 15 attempts, and he becomes the first American to win Worlds since Michael Tobin back in 2000. For Duffy, the win marks a perfect season with five straight wins, her second XTERRA World Championship in a row, and 12th XTERRA major victory in her last 13 attempts since the start of 2014.
Middaugh and Duffy each received $20,000 for their respective victories. The total purse was $100,000, and the event was filmed for international distribution.
The award winning TEAM TV crew will be filming all the action for a nationally syndicated show to be broadcast beginning in early 2016. Highlight clips will be available on XTERRA's 24-hour on-demand video vault, XTERRA.TV.
Watch the 2014 Highlight Video