Two Teams Break Course Record in 2018's Arctic Man
The 2018 Arctic Man is over, with the titular race now being shelved for the 2019 season.
But before they went into the night, the course record needed to be broken.
However, by 2 teams? That's just ridiculous.
The 2 teams to break the record came first with Scott Montalbo and Tyson Johnson.
They broke the previous course record of 3 minutes and 52 seconds in 3 minutes and 50.19 seconds.
However, their time on the top of the mountain was short lived, as Marco Sullivan and Tyler Akelstad broke their time with a 3 minute and 49.83 seconds and took the men's ski division.
Anna Berecz and Ashley Nicolai were the only women to run the race, taking the women's division with a time of 4 minutes and 23.19 seconds.
For the snowboard division, Nate Holland and Tyler Akelstad took the crown with a time of 4 minutes and 25.48 seconds.
For the senior ski racers, Brad Krupa and Chris Carroll took first in a run time of 4 minutes and 26.41 seconds.
And finally for the senior snowboard it was won by Sam Balyeat and Jackson Kinnen who finished in 5 minutes and 14.71 seconds.