Wilderness Traverse - The Race Part 2

When last we saw our intrepid racers, both the Male and Coed leaders were engaged in very tight races heading into the crux of the course. This section was a long wilderness trek that would test navigation as much as fitness. Time was of the essence now, as this section would be even more difficult (and slow) during the night. "We were making good time, really wanting to nail CP11 before the extra challenge of darkness; we seemed to be on track but anything could happen." - Salomon The big trek was from the end of the paddle at CP8/TA2 through to CP12/TA3 All the top teams were positioned to maybe finish most of the trek before darkness. If they nailed it. MEN It looked very much as if th

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