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Saudi Tough Mudder winner

26 Feb
The Al Ula event saw individual men and women, as well as teams of up to four, spend 8 hours running, jumping, climbing, crawling, and swinging over a trail in the middle of the desert. British athlete Jon Albon took the men's individual honors with Australian Ryan Atkins finishing second and American Mark Batres third.

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