November was a huge month in OCR as Championship season continued to heat up.
Kris Rugloski (USA,1) received the highest points overall for her performance at WTM, taking first place, followed by 3rd place in Florida at Savage, earning her the top spot in the Savage Pro series.
She was followed by Canadian Lindsay Webster (CAN, 2) who took on the Trifecta World Champs, happening in Greece the same weekend at WTM. With three days of racing, culminating in an overall champion for men & women, she took the top spot.
Gregory Basilico (FRA, 3) took 3rd in the male leaderboard despite coming first at TWC, however, our voting committee couldn’t help but give recognition to Dane Michael Schøtt (Den, 2). Racing at WTM for his first 24-hour race, Schøtt almost pulled out of the race in the small hours, taking a break of 3 hours and 16 minutes. Despite this, he managed to rapidly climb and achieve an unheard-of second place. Not only this, he didn’t complete any penalty rounds, never failing an obstacle, which in 24 hours in quite a feat. We have our eyes on him for AlUla Tough Mudder Infinity.
New entry Courtney Washington (USA, 9) earned her spot after her 2nd place in Florida. With a devilishly tough rig tripping up the female athletes, she stormed through from behind the front runners, taking a safe second place.