Oh, What a Worlds!

By XTERRA
Oct. 28, 2016
It’s already being talked about as perhaps the toughest XTERRA World Championship race in the 21-year history of the sport.  It started Sunday morning with big swells, a strong current, and shore-pounding waves welcoming each swimmer back to the sand.  Then the rain came and made the bike course a muddy mess, and the run is hard enough under perfect conditions.
The winning elite men’s time was the slowest in event history at 2:49:38, nearly 15-minutes slower than last year, and all other winning times got progressively slower with each age group.
Still, racer after racer described it as “epic,” and will have a story to tell for many years to come.  Here’s a look at some of the videos, pictures, and stories captured in Maui last week…
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