crop.worldxcSenior Men-7
photo: Justin Britton
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144 men from 18 countries and 121 women from 16 countries vied for the team title in Denmark, Saturday, March 30. photo: Justin Britton
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The course included a climb up the steep, grass-covered roof of the Moesgaard Museum during each 2K lap. photo: Justin Britton
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U.S. teammates Karissa Schweizer and Marielle Hall pace each other in the pack as they pass through a cheering tent spectator tunnel. photo: Justin Britton
Senior Women-97
Kenyan Hellen Obiri triumphed, becoming the first woman in history to win senior world titles indoors, outdoors and at cross country, a feat only previously accomplished by Kenenisa Bekele. photo: Justin Britton
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Stephanie Bruce led the U.S. women with a 33rd-place finish, covering the 10K course in 39:09 photo: Justin Britton
Senior Men
The Ugandan team took its first team victory in World Cross history with only 20 points, their 4 scorers finishing 1, 2, 7 and 10. photo: Justin Britton
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Returning champion Geoffrey Kamworor battled for bronze over the muddy loops. photo: Justin Britton
Senior Women-110
“This course chewed you up and spit you out today” Stephanie Bruce tweeted. The U.S. women’s team hung in for 8th place. The men’s team finished 11th. photo: Justin Britton