The athlete Andres Cartagena Lledo continues to soldier on and centered its efforts to successfully complete the 4 Deserts Challenge, whose first test is being developed in the Sahara, from 16 to 22 February, with a distance of 250 kilometers total.
The premiere of Lledo, participating with the number 94, could not be better, as the Cartagena scuffle in the first stage at number 25 of the 185 that started the race.
This put him in a good position because of the 8 Spaniards involved in the race, Andrew entered the second, the first to reach the Spanish Olympian Chema Martínez.
Today Tuesday, February 18, the third stage of this first test of the desert of Wadi Rum, and the runners are in the desert Khazara to go 37.2 miles.
From the first part uphill, you have to move through canyons, rock formations, a dry salt lake, several villages and desert sand.
To get here, before they have had to overcome the first stage, held on Sunday, 39.7 kilometers and clouds and cold, through the stunning landscape of Wadi Rum, and the second stage, 36.6 km , on Monday, a somewhat easier route and into the desert, where runners thanked the sun, because at night the temperature had dropped to 4 degrees.
The race can be followed live on the Internet at the following link:
Source: Ayuntamiento de Cartagena