Thisislocallondon.co.uk - Full Article
24th September 2009
By Robert Fisk »
FOUR falls, six stitches and a wolf could be the start of a bad joke.
But instead they are the injuries sustained and the foe encountered by Paul Chew when he took part in the world’s toughest horse race.
The intrepid adventurer is recovering at his home in Southfield Road, Shortlands, after coming fourth in the Mongol Derby.
Over the eight days it took him to complete the 1,000km race across Mongolia he kept a diary of his experiences.
Day 1: The Start
After the initial weigh where I officially became the heaviest person in the race at 84.5kgs.
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