USA was represented by Brian Arnold, Elet Hall, Paul Kasemir, Joe Moravsky, and Travis Rosen.
Each team had very different makeups as far as competitor background and course experience. Joe got team USA off to a great start earning a point for the team with a record-breaking time on  Stage 1, only to be bested in a later heat by Tim Schieff of the Europeans by an eye-popping 10-second improvement. Team Japan struggled mightily in the Stage 1 and those problems followed them through to the second round. One major highlight of Stage 2 40-year-old Travis Rosen’s dominating performance to complete the course.
It all came down to Stage 3, where all three teams had course finishers that continuously flip-flopped the standings every run. Europe was the best performing team of the three, sending out another accomplished climber but course rookie to push them ahead of Team USA. Fortunately for Team USA team member Brian Arnold holds the record for farthest point reached on the course in the history of the show, having fallen with two rungs of the last obstacle to go in 2013.

The seven story rope climb that constituted Stage 4 proved to be the undoing for Team USA but not without a strong climb from Travis Rosen first.
Northern Europeans (stock image left) have more indigenous hunter DNA, while southern Europeans (right) have more DNA from the Middle East.
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The US team did the most home-training and many were professional outdoorsman of some sort, Japan was made up of almost entirely blue collar guys who had more than a half century of experience combined on the Japanese version of the course, and Europe was the most diverse as a whole featuring men from five different countries. Rookie Sean McColl came back to bite the US once more, besting Rosen by only half a second to seal the win for Team Europe.

A groundbreaking community fundraiser gathered enough funds to send two full 6-man teams from America to Europe to compete for a global title. In the exciting face-off, Team Europe ended up on top, besting defending champions Team USA. This group also contributed DNA to those who travelled across the Bering StraitThe study is based on analysis of ancient DNA which has shifted scientists' ideas of how groups of people migrated across the globe thousands of years ago.It also revealed that ancient Middle Eastern farmers and their European descendants can trace much of their ancestry to a previously unknown, even older lineage called the Basal Eurasians. So there must have been a later movement of this ancestry into Europe.'The time of the ancient north Eurasians' arrival remains to be determined, but Professor Reich said their later-than-expected movement into Europe might help explain the complex mix of languages that exists there today.
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