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Oxfordmail.co.uk - Full Article
15 August 2018
By James Roberts
Annabel Neasham, from Bicester, finished joint winner of the 1000km Mongol Derby alongside Australian rider Adrian Corby yesterday morning.
The pair took seven days to complete the gruelling endurance race, riding more than 20 semi-wild horses across challenging terrains from giant sand dunes to freezing mountain passes.
Winning the event is an achievement in itself, but Ms Neasham did so after having Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) surgery and admitted crossing the line was a welcome relief.
She said: "People say when they finish, they could easily do another 1,000km.
"Well, I think I’m good with this..."
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