Eurekans Geoff Lawford and Rod Gray are currently nearly 17½ hours into their 24-hour World Rogaining Champs race in Spain. Currently they are in 4th place in the Mens Super Vets (MSV) class.
The terrain looks both hideous and spectacular – it’s mountainous with tight contour lines everywhere! Very careful route choice planning will be key to minimise their climbing over the 24 hours of the event, while maximising the number of checkpoints they can get.
Track their progress live here: tracktherace.com/en/world-rogaining-championship-2019/race
Look for team 75 “Dawdle One and Dawdle Too” to track them on the map, and there is also the facility to send them a message.
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