SECOND STAGE

Today’s stage has been tough, not so much by distance, but by a combination of very complicated terrain: sand and stones and very high temperatures between 43º and 47º.

The first part very well! I was going with the group ahead, keeping position between 7 and 9, but they were going very fast, they were very strong! I was able to keep pace until CP3 (Km. 19’5) after I had to loosen up, I lost them and two participants advanced, until CP4 (Km. 27) was holding good. From here I have lost all the energy, the heat and the soft sand have sunk me, it has cost me a lot to get there, I could hardly go to the descents and I have done almost the entire section walking.

Tomorrow I will have to manage energy and moisturize even more.

I have been 12 of the stage and also with the general, but if nobody leaves the race or the leader group puts the rhythm down I find it difficult to be among the top ten… even at the top 15.

By |2018-10-22T11:45:34+00:0022 de October de 2018|Adventure|2 Comments

2 Comments

  1. Rafael Galán Gandia 26 October, 2018 at 09:17 - Reply

    Vinga Albert, això només fa que començar, segur que sabràs adaptar les teves condicions a la cursa i veuràs caure molts al teu davant.

  2. Marc 22 October, 2018 at 22:35 - Reply

    Ànims Albert, el repte és amb tu, la posició sempre és relativa. Una forta abraçada. Marc Ferrer ( Applus)

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