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31 October 2019
Words by Noelle Maxwell
70-year-old Bob Long reveals how preparation helped turn him from western rider to Endurance champion!
When it comes to Endurance, longevity is clearly an advantage.
That’s certainly the case for Bob Long, the 70-year-old American who – like his horses – just keeps on going!
Bob, of Boise, Idaho, just recently became the oldest ever winner of the 2019 Mongol Derby. That’s a 650-mile trek through the wilderness of the East Asian country.
As with all Endurance athletes, Bob puts his success down to readiness. “Age is just a number – preparation trumps youth,” he said recently.
We found out more about how Bob's preparations took him from long-distance novice to champion!
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