Lightning, Illness Rein in U.S. Team at Endurance Championship

A cloud of bad luck hung over the U.S. squad at the first-ever FEI World Endurance Championship in Malaysia, held Nov. 7-8 in Terengganu. Of the six American riders, only two completed the 160-kilometer (99.4-mile), course, having endured a tropical thunderstorm, high humidity, and darkness in the first event to be held at night.

The biggest scare came during the second

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