She is tired, it's inevitable. But above all what we noticed is her serenity, good humor ("But now it's up to me to wait," alluding to Paolo Pajaro, her partner in life and sports, still in race but not too far back) and of course satisfaction printed on her face. It's 5:10 am and Lisa Borzani just crossed the arrival line. She's the winner of the women's category of Tor 2016 in just over 91 hours, time that places her at seventh place overall.
A deserved podium, Lisa was very prepared and always on the first line but with common sense and perseverance. Lisa was in fact aware of the difficulty of the course and the high-altitude environment. When the head goes hand in hand with legs.
Satisfaction is bigger if we consider that Lisa comes from two consecutive second places at Tor, the race of his life. She recently declared: "For me, Tor des Géants is the queen of all race because it is not just a race. It is a wonderful way to learn to hate what you don't like in yourself but then find yourself and accept yourself".