in my x the issue is not if the tent can take the hits, it is if you can erect the thing without breaking it. my hoop tents cold be set head-end into the blast, and then you nail down the front stakes, then insert the poles, and THEN pull the rear end to make it all stand up. at that moment, it can fly away/rip/desintegrate, because you are held to the ground with only one end of the tent, and you can only be at one place at a time. two people would make this less challenging. 100kph is a LOT of wind.
my akto is best set sideways to any meaningful blast. then stake the two upwind corners, and it will dance and flap all over the ground. then one sets the windward side guyline (loosely) and insert the pole. for the initial part, it stays better nailed down as the pole insert goes deeper. then at the final moment of complete insertion (use your imagination) , if you had a true for-real 100kph wind, you might be very very busy. if your initial stakes sets were not 100% bomber, and you stupidly lost an anchor, you'd need a new tent.
i have sat there a minute or two hoping for a break in the breeze, but it seems that all i'll ever get is a nice steady moment to shove the pole home. once poled, the structure is stable, because it's all sagged to the ground mostly. you can pull the sideguy and this holds it nicer. so there you are, two anchors and a sideguy, and you are safe for a few minutes. clever folks will pre-have large rocks ready to anchor the other corners.
once firmly anchored, i have no idea how much wind it will take. a lot, i know that. it's not going to stay nice and pretty though. you'll have distortion all over the map. the tent can hit you in the face while you are laying down.
the size of rocks it takes to do this are rather epic.
at some point, as with hypothermia, we should have stopped some time ago, before this situation developed into a frikk'n mess, when we had a choice, and now we have made us in a pickle. and this is how even the occasional eskimo ends up missing.
... ever drive a Very Big truck, with a couple of hinges in the middle of it (trailers) ? you can motor down narrow streets going in, that you can NOT drive backwards out of. one needs to keep that sort of thing in mind. (is just a thought..)
and anyway, where is your pack going to be while we do all this ? it's going to be jouncing along downwind at about 40mph. near top of triple divide pass in glacier, i have had a fully loaded dana terraplane simply up and blow away. so we would need to also anchor our pack to the deck as well. ohhh... it's just so much easier to find an old inuit windbreak and hunker down there.