Mankatoans Tyler Baka and James Schulte completed the fourth annual World's Toughest Mudder competition Saturday in Las Vegas. 

Baka placed sixth in the division for 25- to 29-year-old males and ninth in the contest overall with a time of 23:44:07 for running 75 miles. Schulte placed 99th in the division for men between the ages of 30 and 34 (413th in the race) with a time of 12:24:29 for running 35 miles.

Participants in the 24-hour race travel across a five-mile circuit filled with four obstacles per mile, including 9-foot-high walls, muddy half-pipes and dangling live wires.

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