ARWC2018 - What do teams think about the course?
Date Posted : 2018/11/06
At 16:30 today, the teams were introduced to the highly anticipated (and often speculated) race route. A suprisingly difficult first leg will see the top teams spending as much as 36 hours out on course to cover the 106km route with an elevation gain of 7620m! We asked some of the teams what they thought of the route and how they would be adjusting their game plan...
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