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Springfield to Philipsburg / 29.07.2011
71.6 km / 2963.9 km complete
44.5 mi / 1841.7 mi complete
8 Participants at the start / 8 Participants at the stage finish

Reports of the 41. Stage

Daily stage results

1. 06 Rainer Koch Germany 7:45:17
2. 05 Patrick Malandain France 8:26:30
3. 08 Italo Orru Italy 8:52:57
 

Total race results

1. 06 Rainer Koch Germany 319:21:33
2. 05 Patrick Malandain France 363:01:15
3. 08 Italo Orru Italy 383:36:47

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July 29th

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Sprinfield Missouri

coming soonWe are at the outskirts of Springfield, the largest city we have crossed since we left Los Angeles, population 150,000 and the 3rd largest city in Missouri, after Saint Louis ad Kansas City.

Those two cities are located on the Mississippi and Missouri rivers.

The race started at the now usual hour of 5:00 am

The 16 km across the city are difficult; at daybreak it is humid and the heat rises from the ground to make the atmosphere stifling.

Missouri is a lush green and very damp state in the center of the USA.

Originally inhabited by Indians, it was explored by the French and attached to Louisiana before it was sold to the United States in 1803.

The sky remains milky white for a good part of the day, before clouding over and two runners are delighted to be caught in a lovely rain storm: Alexandro and James. Markus, just shortly behind James only got a few drops.

We are running along the Interstate highway I-44 and will sleep near Conway.

Everyone arrives safely.

Rainer seems to be suffering but says that no, everything is OK.

Jenni had a good race, after being somewhat winded.

The humidity and occasionally the total absence of wind gives the impression that you can’t breathe.

No doubt about it, this race is difficult, very difficult but Missouri is so pretty.

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