Wilderness Traverse - The Race Part 1

<Author's Note: So much happened out there that I have decided to split this recap into two streams. The first will deal with the races at the front of the field. The second will pull out some of the many, many stories of adventures experienced by other teams.> In a race that has had its fair share of cold-related DNFs, the move from August to October for Wilderness Traverse 2015 had racers discussing and worrying about the weather even more than usual. Conventional wisdom is that you can stay warm as long as you keep moving and stay dry-ish. However, that's a tall order when racing Bob Miller's creations, as the terrain is both difficult to navigate and has so many water features that one

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