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by Mr Tom on: 13 Aug 2011 categories: Mongol Derby,
After a week of adventures, injuries and some of the toughest horse riding in the world we have a winner. Craig Egberink of South Africa who led the field for most of the race has crossed the line in first place. In what turned out to be a nail bitting finish Sanbayier who had been catching up over the last few days of the Derby crossed the line just 2 minutes later to claim second place. Below is the listing at the moment. These take a while to calculate with accuracy as we have to cross check all the results and timings from each station. As soon as we can give you full details we will publish them live here.
All the riders are now at the finish and the 2011 Mongol Derby has come to a close.
1st Craig Egberink
3rd and 4th Bayinmuenke & David Ha (positions to be confirmed)
5th Jo Dawson
Crossing Sunday around midday was a group of 7 riders (positions to be confirmed):
Coming in towards the end of Sunday our last 3 riders crossed the line,
Ronald Van Der Velden
Of the 23 riders who started this year's Mongol Derby, only the 15 riders in bold above were still in the competitive race for the finish.
Riders who did not make the finish-line on a horse (they are all fine and most are at the finish line now for the party tonight):
Regina Bueno Ros
Marcus & Sarah Chenevix-Trench
More news, and radio interview with the winner here:
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