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REV3Endurance 50 Hour Challenge

Adventure Race
May 11th - May 14th, 2023

Team List

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Team: We Don't Quit
Kofi, Safiya, Dana, Charles

#494 Division: 4 Person CO-ED

Captain: Kofi Borie  State: Maryland

Fun Fact: Kofi got his first adventure racing bike out of a dumpster. 

Bio: We Don't Quit is a team of family and friends, including a pair of siblings and a spouse. Our adventure racing experiences range from 2 to 6 years and from an 8-hour race to a 72-hour race, though we have only raced together once. We enjoy the physical and mental challenges of adventure racing and look forward to what longer races can teach us about ourselves and our relationships with each other. We also enjoy AR because it’s fun! Now let’s see how much fun we're having at hour 46…

#490 Division: 4 Person Male

Captain: Jeremy Johnson  State: West Virginia

Fun Fact: For all of us “ destination matters not, it’s the journey “ something we have done from our first race together is sharing something we are thankful for every hour!

Bio: The Bridge Boys is a group of two brothers, a lifetime friend, and a newer guy, that has fit right in and will be a lifetime friend as well! JJ, Jesse, Yarb, and Drew are somewhat newer to adventure racing with three years of experience, but bring a lifetime of outdoor, climbing, and various other sports and activities to the race. For all of us, destination matters not, it is the journey that we really enjoy. Since our first race together, we make it a point to share something we are grateful for every hour on the hour during the event. If you are near us those things can become pretty funny at 3 AM in the middle of the woods. The real joy is everything that leads us to the race, after that, everything else is a bonus! See you out there? 

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Team: Bridge Boys
Jeremy J, Jesse, Jeremy Y, Drew

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Team: Tropical Thunder
Abby, Ann, Hayley, Chrisin

#492 Division: 4 Person Female

Captain: Abby Carey State: North Carolina

Fun Fact: Four Surfer Girls from the Beach

Bio: Do you hear the thunder? If so, watch out, here comes Team Tropical Thunder! You'll also know it's us because we'll be running our mouths just as much as we are running our legs. Because why would we put ourselves through hours of hard work without talking and enjoying each other's company? We live in the land of adventure. A skinny barrier island off the coast of North Carolina known as the Outer Banks, where there are A LOT of adventures to be had. Hike a sand dune? Yup! Surf the waves? for sure! Bike, kite board, ropes courses, mountain biking (yes, our own tiny version), swimming, yoga, kayaking, the list goes on and we are masters of none and jackies of all. We share a competitive nature, the need for challenge, and make friends everywhere we go. In a nutshell, we are strong, competitive and motivated adventurers.  What matters most, is whatever happens along the trail, we remain friends and laugh about it when it's over (and everyone anticipates our stories when we get back home). (And Christin will let us know what percentile we finished in).

#294 Division: 2 Person CO-ED

Captain: Wilo Nater State: Maryland

Fun Fact: We're the fast slow team

Bio: Shameka and Wilo have been Adventure Racing for about a year and a half, participating in 6 races together. With multiple years of experience in other sports, they were driven to Adventure Racing because of its challenges. Their goals are simple, to have a lot of fun as they navigate and discover new ways to overcome the adversities on the course.

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Team: Onyx Adventure Racing
Wilo, Shameka

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#289 Division: 2 Person Co-Ed

Captain: Brenda Carlson State: Virginia

Fun Fact: Technically speaking, Brenda (62) is just “young” enough to be my mom (I’m 44), but realistically speaking, I will be working my butt off just to keep up with her

Bio: Brenda has decades of race experience (which began with canoe marathon races and then ARs in the mid-90’s).  I have much less and am looking to tackle longer races.  We’re an AR mentor-mentee team, and we connected in the way that many AR teams connect - through social media.  Looking for an experienced expedition AR racer-mentor, I reached out to a teammate finder group, and to my surprise and delight, Brenda messaged me generously and enthusiastically (she loves AR, helping new racers, sharing her joy for AR, and growing the sport).  I’m in VA; Brenda is in MI.  We’re still getting to know each other.  We’ll train remotely for the most part with a plan to connect before the race to do some training together.  Both of us love paddling, so we’re excited to get on the water and see what this course has in store for us (bike logistics should be interesting).  Our goal is to clear the course in well under 50 hours - before sleep feels imperative - and to learn/have fun in the process.

Team: Goal Diggers
Brenda, John

#282 Division: 2 person Male

Captain: Davy DeArmond State: Maryland

Fun Fact: One of us is seven feet tall and one of us is a former amateur backyard wrestler named "Vulture."

Bio: Davy DeArmond and Brock Morgan will always opt for “more fun” when training, planning, and racing. Questionable Decisions first teamed up in 2020 to stretch their endurance and navigational legs, winning their first 12-hour race in the process. Fueled by double cheeseburgers, burritos, gas station pizza, Stanley, and Haribo Twin Snakes, Brock and Davy deliberated at length over their team name. The name “Questionable Decisions” seemed an inevitable choice that guides them daily, because when do good stories come from making reasonable decisions?

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Team: Questionable Decisions
Davy, Brock

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Team: Magic Bike's
Amber, Rosemarie

#287 Division: 2 Person Female

Captain: Amber Sovorsky State: Colorado

Fun Fact: We once raced a backwards canoe

Bio: I guess you could say we started playing in the dirt together as little kids and just never grew out of it. We were next-door neighbors growing up who quickly became lifelong best friends. Though we now live and train 1,700 miles away from each other, the sport of adventure racing keeps us as close and connected as ever. There’s no better feeling to us than being outdoors, playing hard, and coming home with a great story to tell.

#284 Division: 2 Person Male

Captain: Brian Minard State: Virginia/Iowa

Fun Fact: Brian is the team’s mandatory gear. Don’t be surprised to hear howling @ midnight
during the race. Moonhowler Tag Lines: Enjoy the Adventure, Go Howl or Go Home, Moonies
Never Say Die, Embrace the muck, yuck, and suck! Mis-adventuring since 2021.

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Bio: Moonhowlers is a relatively young team, however, they've competed in dozens of 12 to +24hr, Sea2Sea, Endless Mountain, O-meets, and multiple solo races in the last 2 years. Brian loves to race while laughing at the pain and keeping spirits high.

During training season, we come together to enjoy O-meets, virtual races, snowshoeing, team meet ups for overnight hikes in the VA mountains, and local "fatigue" training locally in Hampton Roads.

Moonhowler rules: Enjoy the Adventure, Go Howl or Go Home, Moonies Never Say Die, Embrace the muck, yuck, and suck! Mis-adventuring since 2021. Howl when you see us, and don't mistake the midnight moon howl for the local wildlife!

No stranger to making friends in the woods and howling from mountain tops, Jesse Hagberg from team Awesome Sauce is joining Brian and Moonhowlers AR to tackle multi-day adventure racing. Jesse is an outdoor adventurer and navigator with an unshakable positive attitude and 15+ years of 8-36 hour length adventure races.  With his problem solving mindset and adventurous spirit, he is ready to take on any challenge and help his team cross the finish line with a smile.

Team: moonhowlers
Brian, Jesse

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Team: Nerdy by Nature
Morgan, Zach, Heather, Geoff

#498 Division: 4 Person COED

Captain: Morgan Cheatham State: Virginia

Fun Fact: If we get hurt, we can fix ourselves!!

Bio: Team Nerdy by Nature is composed of two physicians, an exercise physiologist, and a full time professional running coach. Our collective “nerdiness” is both our super power and secret weapon in adventure racing. 


Between the four of us, we have multiple decades of endurance racing experience, including ultramarathons upwards of 100+ miles.  However, all four of us are relatively new to the sport of adventure racing.


Nerdy by Nature first met virtually in 2021 when Morgan contacted Heather & Geoff looking for a coach to help her with training for her first ultramarathon.  Soon after, she raced her first AR with Zach, and the four quickly connected over their mutual excitement for this new-to-them sport.

Professionally, we all work towards helping others lead healthy lives.  Personally, adventure racing has become the outlet that helps all four of us maintain our own physical & mental health.  Our mutual goals during the 50 hour are to gain more adventure racing experience,  to finally teach Geoff the difference between “right” and “left”, to not get hurt (but if we do, we’ve got two doctors in the house)  and have a whole lot of fun along the way!

#292 Division: 2 Person COED

Captain: Tom Kniezewski State: Virginia

Fun Fact: Like fingerprints, everyone's tongue print is different.

Bio:  Tom and Stefanie are in a lifelong adventure race. They have been married for 12 years and have two adventurous and amazing boys. They are fairly new to organized adventure racing, but not to racing adventures. As a team they have completed 3 adventure races and each has finished one on their own. Outside of adventure racing Stefanie is an Ironman, 2x World's Toughest Mudder Finisher, and has multiple 12hr, 50k, and road bike races under her belt. Tom has 7 WTM checked off and has recently taken to trail running. He finished a 100 mile race in 2022 and is training for a 200 miler this year.
We are drawn to adventure racing because it allows us to spend time working together towards a common goal. The ability to communicate and work together when things are stressful on course carries over to our regular life. Plus, who doesn't love playing in nature!

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Team: Where Are The Kids
Stef & Tom

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Team: Chafing the Dream
Joe Roberts, Tom (TJ) Jubb, Hayes Davis

#489 Division: 4 Person male

Captain: Alek Sergek State: Virginia

Fun Fact: One of us traveled the US in a skoolie, another surfed in the Artic Circle, and three of us consider the mosh pit as an acceptable form of training.

Bio: Chafing the Dream is a team of four friends who came together through a love of the outdoors, music, international missions, and faith. As a team of three military vets and an endurance athlete, we’re always searching for opportunities to push our limits and have a great time doing crazy things. Our goals are to become a stronger team, accomplish something awesome in our middle age, stay vertical in the water, and not tap-out at hour 49. Looking forward to crushing this with all the other amazing teams!
Come and say hi . . . you can spot us by our nagging, old-man injuries, a dude with a gray beard and purple hair, and by the aromas of Ben-Gay and BioFreeze.

#493 Division: 4 Person Female

Captain: Jennifer Lee State: North Carolina

Fun Fact: Grew up hoping the fence to each other's houses.

Bio: Decades of experience doing ridiculous adventures together in the outdoors, like passing crampon ladden tourists in running shoes, rescuing an injured hiker after attending a mountain top wedding and roller skiing, made Libby's choice to invite her ultra runner friend Katie to join her on a 50hr adventure race an obvious choice. 

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Team: Steel Wolves
Jennifer, Shannon, Megan, Jennifer

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Team: Bronco
Jeff, Ashley

#295 Division: 2 Person COED

Captain: Jeff Bronco State: Virginia

Fun Fact: Retired Naval Special Warfare operator

Bio: Jeff and Ashley Bronco are a married couple of 14 years from Virginia Beach, Virginia. Despite being new to Adventure racing they both are adventuresome and practiced athletes. Ashley is currently a Pharmacist at a hospital. She competes year-round in road and obstacle races and finds her way on the podium regularly. She was also on the Cross-Country and Track teams while attending the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Va.  Jeff is a former Naval Special Warfare Operator of 20+ years and knows full well what it’s like to be in the woods, alone, at 3am. He has competed in triathlons for over 40 years and was a competitive miler in College. He has extensive knowledge of land navigation while serving in the Special Forces. While looking for new challenges in his life, the past 12 months he trained to climb the mountains of the Nepal region. After completing some of the harshest conditions on the planet, he made it over the Chola Pass in record time, finishing the final two peaks with no rest. Athletes in the Bronco clan have reached high in their perspective sports. Jeff’s older brother was a Professional Triathlete and has competed in the Ironman World Championships in Hawaii. His oldest daughter, Summer, is a World Champion Muay Thai fighter and has represented her Country on the World stage in Thailand.  With the goal to finish, Jeff and Ashley expect this experience to be an exciting opportunity to broaden their racing repertoire while exploring “Team Bronco’s” mental and physical limits. In the end they hope to grow closer and learn about the power of suffering, together.

#281 Division: 2 Person Male

Captain: Mark Rothlisberger State: Georgia

Fun Fact:  As children, Mark suffered numerous injuries and had to get dozens of stitches trying to keep up with John.

Bio: We are brothers who are trying to recapture the magic of their younger years, when they spent a lot of time backpacking and a lot of time training and competing—John as a runner, Mark as a rower.  Although the glory days of youth are past, we tried a 24 hour adventure race in 2021 and found it a great way to reconnect with each other and enjoy the wilderness while pushing to their limits in the spirit of friendly competition.  As soon as that race finished, we started planning for the next one!  We thank our families, especially our wives, for supporting us in training and racing.

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Team: Reentrant Brothers
Mark, John

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Team: Epic Nav
C.J., Joe

#499 Division: 4 Person COED

Captain: C.J. Meidlinger State: Virginia

Fun Fact: We won a city-league basketball championship game with only four players.

Bio: Epic Nav is a collection of relatively new AR racers looking to move up into multi-day racing.  Our longest races to this point range from 15 to 24 hours.  Our goal for this race is to clear the course or race for 50 hours, whichever comes first.  Oh, and remain friends when it's over!

#497 Division: 4 Person COED

Captain: Kevin Keck State: Michigan

Fun Fact:  We spend our non-racing free time drinking Faygo pop, eating pasties, and showing people where we live on our hands.

Bio: Royal Elks is a Michigan-based adventure racing team joined by members from Pasty Mashers and Wildlings. Rev50 will be the longest race for 3 of the 4 members. We will rely on Kevin’s precision navigation and Barbara’s extensive experience to succeed. Jason is a highly decorated and competitive Michigan racer. Samantha cares for the team's nutrition and wellness needs including "food o'clock" reminders. We strive to be competitive, focused, and efficient but always have fun and make it home safely to our families.

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Team: Royal Elks
Kevin, Samantha, Barbara, Jason

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Team: RVA Flatlanders
Drew, Brad

#280 Division:  2 Person male

Captain: Drew Snead State: Virginia

Fun Fact: Richmond and the James River are the only place in the country where extensive Class 3 whitewater conditions exist within sight of skyscrapers. 

Bio: Brad Knisley and Drew Snead are both consultants for gas utility companies in Richmond, VA, who have a passion for all things outdoors. Before starting adventure racing, we both loved hiking, mountain biking, water sports, and competition.  After watching the World’s Toughest Race, we knew we had to try a race that combined some of our favorite activities.  We have been adventurers in several sprint and all-day races, and we keep being drawn back by the friendly community, the challenge of the unknown, and the endurance to stay in the race. We are the RVA Flatlanders to represent our love for the awesome city of Richmond, the beautiful James River, and the many outdoor adventure opportunities you can find in the “flatlands” of Virginia.

#487 Division: 4 Person Male

Captain: Jason Arndt State: CT, LA, MS

Fun Fact:  We are all Marine

Bio: Jason Arndt, Cody Bush, and Alexander John have been racing together for 6 years. We’ve done everything from solo races to numerous 12 & 24 hours, and multiple multi-day races. We enjoy introducing adventure racing to other Marines and we’re excited to add Jason Dufault, who served with Alex, to the team for his first adventure race. One of the things we’ve gotten increasingly better at is our team approach to navigation, which we now believe is one of our biggest strengths. We’ve become addicted to the physical and mental challenge of adventure racing and are looking forward to pushing ourselves for this race.

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Team: Misguided
Jason, Cody, Alexander, Jason

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Team: Herd of Turtles
James, Jeff

#285 Division:  2 Person male

Captain: James Head State: Colorado

Fun Fact: After quite a few years of wandering around in the wilderness, we only recently started using maps.

Bio: Two OG ski-bums from Colorado. We’ve been friends for years, just getting extreme in the mountains for fun. Favorite expedition: going after an opalized T-Rex skull in a cave way up a cliff but all we found was a really mad eagle. Look for us at the after party.

#493 Division: 4 Person Female

Captain: Shannon State: North Carolina

Fun Fact:  Two real sisters and two fake sisters

Bio: We are endurance athletes who met through ruck-based team events.  Megan and Jenni are sisters from Raleigh, who enjoy Olympic lifting, Crossfit, and obstacle course racing.  Charlotte-based Shannon and Jennifer, although not sisters by blood, have bonded over tactical sports.  We all became interested in adventure racing as a way to leverage our physical and mental strengths in a fun new way, and each dove into the deep end with the Sea to Sea 72-hour adventure race, where we had a blast and learned a lot.  We decided to join forces for the Rev50, where we are excited to put our skills to the test.

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Team: Steel Wolves
Jenni, Megan, Jennifer, Shannon

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Team: Fed Up
Doug, Josh

#276 Division:  2 Person male

Captain: Doug Silk State: Virginia and New Mexico

Fun Fact: We lived thru two hurricanes when we worked together in Puerto Rico and ran humanitarian aid teams delivering food and water for months after the Catagory 4 hurricane Maria hit the island..

Bio: Doug and Josh are brothers from another mother. They have braved the storm of being federal agents together, lived thru multiple hurricanes working together on humanitarian aid missions and some may consider them to be some what of a tropical storm themselves leaving destruction in their wake. They have adventured (not raced) on two different islands together and thought they would jump into adventure racing together with both feet by doing a 50hr race to bring them even closer. Doug has some history with AR and Josh is a newbie, but it is guaranteed that if you are around these guys during the race you will either be laughing with/at them or cussing with/at them.. but either way they will leave you with a smile on your face! 

#298 Division: 2 Person COED

Captain: Rae State: Washington, DC

Fun Fact:  Tim and Rae are a neurodiverse couple that have been married for 22 years

Bio: Full Spectrum Racing competes in adventure races to obliterate preconceptions of what a woman on the spectrum can do. This will be their third adventure race as a couple, and their ninth race overall. Their goal—as always—is to find the boundaries of their physical, emotional, and relational limits and see what’s on the other side.

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Team: Full Spectrum Racing
Rae, Tim

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#399 Division:  3 Person male

Captain: Tobin Jenkins State: Kentucky

Fun Fact: Between the three of us, we have 32 toes

Bio: These weekend warriors are husbands, fathers, self-employed adventure seekers.  We’ve participated in a handful of AR’s over the past few years, and have enjoyed every

Team: Ozark Trail
Tobin, Chris, Don

#488 Division: 4 Person Male

Captain: Matt State: SC, WV & VA

Fun Fact:  We once aggressively argued the finer points of folding vs. crumpling for the duration of a 72-hr race.

Bio: The Fatboys have been racing together for 20 years, doing events in SC, GA, FLA, NC, TN, WV, VA and UT. For us, it’s all about the adventure, the stories that last years after the event, and the excuse to see each other and act like unsupervised 12 yr-olds. If there is a choice of routes, we are taking the harder one, because “we can”, and because it makes a better story.

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Team: Fatboys
Matt, Comp, Jeff and Joe

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Team: He Was A Navigator Once
Matt, Meg

#297 Division:  2 Person Co-Ed

Captain: Matt Wilson State: VA, NJ

Fun Fact: Matt and Meg met at a 24 hour adventure race. At check in. Having signed up to race as a 2 person coed team. Having never met. Because, what could go wrong?

Bio: Meg went from doing her first ever adventure race with Matt a couple years back asking a million questions and trying overpack fifty pounds, to rapidly progressing and crushing multiple expedition length races like Ozarks recently on an all-female team. Matt was a navigator once in the USAF, and has spent the decade plus since adventure racing as often as they're available. As a result he has been paired up with many different awesome teammates who don't race quite so obsessively, but are happy to be red-carpeted(tm) around the wilderness on any given weekend. Beware of Dad jokes if you're within earshot of this team in the woods.

#286 Division: 2 Person Male

Captain: Ed and pack mule Bryan State: NC

Fun Fact:  If you see us racing in front of you, it means your probably in last place.

Bio: Two dudes who met in F3 and are now BFFs.  Ed is an experienced and very mediocre Adventure Racer, Bryan is looking to finish his first race.  This is a team built on mediocrity and unverified protentional.  What we lack in physical talent, we make up with loads of fun.

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Team: F3 Forest Clowns
and pack mule Bryan

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Team: lost Arrow sports
Mari, Angel

#288 Division:  2 Person Female

Captain: Mari Chandler State: MI

Fun Fact: Angel has been coaching Mari on navigation the past 2 years

Bio: Angel and her husband Steve own Lost Arrow Sports which puts on Rogaines,  Adventure Races and other fun and challenging events in Southeast Michigan.  She has done several 24 hr and under races and completed Sea To Sea as a solo in 2021.


Mari has been around the adventure racing scene forever but has never gotten into the navigation side of it.  Angel has been coaching Mari on navigation the past 2 years.   Their plan is to have fun for 50 hrs and get Mari to use her compass every once in awhile.

#278 Division: 2 Person Male

Captain: Eric Serbus State: MN

Fun Fact:  If you see us racing in front of you, it means your probably in last place.

Bio: Team SOTAMEN is the rebirth of a glory day duo who once wreaked havoc on the college gridiron.    Fairly new to adventure racing, but at home with hard work and adventure, these two lifetime teammates are looking forward to the 50 hour challenge.  While their "GO BIG or GO HOME" mantra has occasionally led to trouble, their middle-age experience and wisdom will hopefully keep them from overpressing their limits during this race.   Homegrown in greater Minnesota, these two small town boys will bring a light hearted, adventurous, get-after-it energy that will leave you smiling and encouraged.

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eric, Brandon

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Team: REV3endurance
Nick, John, Erin, Jesse

#486 Division:  4 Person Co-Ed

Captain: Nick Hurff State: NJ, KS, VA

Fun Fact: All four of us are former U.S. Army Rangers who have conducted special operations overseas.

Bio: The REV3 team for the 50 Hour is comprised of John, Mike, Erin, & Nick. All four are former U.S. Army Rangers who met across several years. John & Mike are both accomplished ultra-endurance athletes who have won multiple ultras. They also have both won the U.S. Army’s Best Ranger Competition (Mike is a three-time winner) which is an elite 60 Hour event held annually by the Army. John and Nick met through a mutual friend and have raced several races together including the Shenandoah River 12 Hour last year in 2022 which they won. Erin and Nick met mountain biking with a mutual friend. Erin works in the tech industry and is often found in the mountains of Washington State where she resides.

#496 Division: 4 Person Co-Ed

Captain: Kevin Brown State: GA

Fun Fact:  We are a family team made up of a father and his adult children.

Bio: I’m the crazy father that enjoys competing in just about anything I can get into, ( the higher the risk of injury, the funner the challenge ).  Now that my children are grown, I drag them into these competitions with me.  We may not be the most fit or most experienced team, but we will be having the most fun. We are here to challenge ourselves and test our limits, but mainly, for a father to make lasting memories with his children, that can be shared for generations.

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Team: Thrill Seekers
Kevin, Joshua, Brianna, Nick

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#296 Division:  2 Person Co-Ed

Captain: Kimberly Stewart State: PA

Fun Fact: Sorry I'm a procrastinator

Bio: Two map nerds fortuitously sat at the same table during a pre-race dinner for the Laurel Highlands Hiking trail Ultramarathon...and this is where the adventure racing story begins...

Team: In KaHoots
Kim, Ryan

#290 Division:  Person Female

Captain: Kelly Moise State: AL

Fun Fact:  When I turned 45 I started doing “old lady” handstands at interesting places around the world. (there is a story there for another day)

Fun Fact- I have paddled with gators, run with bears, and biked with bobcats. Survived to tell all the stories.

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Team: Flashing Kaos
Kelli, Jennifer


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#495 Division:  4 Person Co-Ed

Captain: Jeffery Wood State: CT

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Team: Adventure Enablers
Jeffery, Jarrod, Chris, Rachel

#291 Division:  Person male

Captain: Eric Waddell State: VA

Fun Fact:  

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Team: Shining Brass
Eric, Diego


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# 291 Division:  2 Person Female

Captain: Libby Hayden State: NC

Fun Fact: Grew up hoping the fence to each other's houses.

Bio: Decades of experience doing ridiculous adventures together in the outdoors, like passing crampon ladden tourists in running shoes, rescuing an injured hiker after attending a mountain top wedding and roller skiing, made Libby's choice to invite her ultra runner friend Katie to join her on a 50hr adventure race an obvious choice. 

Team: Bendites
Katie, Libby

#293 Division:  Person male

Captain: Brad Lohiser State: SC

Fun Fact:  

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Team: Thunder Road
Brad, Ken


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# 275 Division:  2 Person male

Captain: David Grabiner State: TN

Fun Fact: 

Team: Wild Hare
David, Hal

#277 Division:  Person male

Captain: Thomas Ambrose State: FL

Fun Fact:  

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Team: Chip off the Old Tom
Thomas, Chip


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# 299 Division:  2 Person male

Captain: Mark Thomsen State: VA

Fun Fact: 

Team: Daphnes Tales
Mark, Matt

#283 Division:  Person male

Captain: Matthew Getz State: NC

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Team: NCAR
Matt, Mark


Coming Soon - Approved Teams

Captain:  Neil Aneja - United Nations # 491


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