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Did the Wisconsin one in 1hr 59min and accidently ran an extra mile due to sh!tty course markers. I've done it with large groups and just got slowed down. This one me and my brother just took off and never looked back or helped anyone else. Tried to qualify for the worlds toughest but don't think I was fast enough. Top time I heard was 1hr 20min. Might do one or two next year early on and save myself for the death race.
Congrats! A trainer friend of mine wanted to qualify for the nationals and killed the tahoe route in 2hrs 20mins. I don't know if I'd be excited to do this event on flat terrain. The tahoe route is literally from the bottom of a ski slope all the way to the top. Here is a vid from last year: