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Lady Mudders Get Dirty For Team WMFD
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Story By: Brian Skowronski

 

 

 
 
 
   
   
  Originally Published on: 5/19/2014

Tough Mudder was back in Mansfield for a second straight year over the weekend, and once again, WMFD TV was represented with a team in the event.

Last year, Brian Skowronski and a crew of three macho men took on the nearly 11 mile obstacle course, but this go around was all about the ladies.

WMFD/WVNO personality Katie Wilkins along side friends Kim Guthrie and Patty Green, endured the chilly conditions and crossed the muddy finish line. Wilkins' crew took just over four hours to complete the course, earning bright orange headbands and a much deserved adult beverage.

Wilkins believes her crew "did it better" than Skowronski's the previous year, so there may just be a Team WMFD battle of the sexes competition at Tough Mudder Ohio in 2015.

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