In competition this cut-throat, it’s Excel or go home

Years of hard work come down to minutes of execution. For the winner, the spoils of victory — fame, glory, and an overwhelming sense of purpose that comes from being the best in the world at something. For everyone else, a dream unfulfilled. For a month at the end of 2016, competitors from around the world put their skills to the test. Competition was fierce, and few advanced. 14, to be exact. These 14, the very best in the world at their craft, met in Seattle last week to answer one question: Do I have what it takes to be the best? For most, the answer…

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