Iker Karrera just entered into the exclusive circle of the winners of the Tor des Géants®, the hardest endurance trail of the world.This morning at 8.21, the Spanish runner has concluded his fantastic, 330 km long , solitary run, arriving at Courmayeur with the record time of 70h 4’ 15’’. Almost 6 hours less than Oscar Perez , who has won the edition of 2012 arriving at 13.56 then.
Second behind Karrera is actually Oscar Perez who stopped the chronometer at 70h e 29’, just 25 minutes after the winner.Fantastic third place for the native athlete Franco Collè, arriving at 10.22. Collè for a certain moment also was in head of the competition.
Iker Karrera celebrated in a very moderate way his victory, remembering with tenderness and emotion the deceased Chinese runner Yuan Yang.He dedicated his victory at his wife who had assisted him during the race.