The high-mark point total—all 10 events-- went to Naty Nurge with 862 out of a possible 1,000 points. In the competitive division, Carmen Finegan topped the women’s field with 603 total points, and Evan Telford dominated the solo men’s field with 683 points. Rounding out the solo field were David Gilbert (607 points), and Donnie Saver (529 points). Bill Nurge, Muffy Ritz, Brenda Powell, and Jim Lathrop posted highest points (921) for the Team division.
In addition to being crowned 2017 Mountain Warrior Decathlon Champion, Carmen Finegan won the prize—one night’s accommodations at the Limelight Hotel—for most sponsorship, singlehandedly raising $1,850 for Higher Ground. The HardCore Hammer prize for Most Inspirational Warrior went to Sue Engelmann who, due to air travel difficulties, was forced to complete 8 events in one day.
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