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Passage en revue de la course 2012

Champion Homme : Timo Meyer (20:03:20)

Champion Femme : Jenni de Groot (28:24:35)

Equipe: SCT (DK) Susanne Hastrup, Casper Nielsen, and Torsten Østergaard (88:01:54)

Le gagnant de l’Al Andalus Ultimate Trail 2012 fut Timo Meyer qui a terminé la coures en 20:03:20 heures – environs treize minutes devant Argyrios Papathanasopolous qui a achevé la course avec le temps exceptionnel de 20:24:40 heures. Victor Garanto Fajó qui est également la troisième au classement, se classe juste derrière Argyrios avec le temps de 20:37:27. La championne catégories femme fut Jenni de Groot avec le temps de 28:24:35 heures. L’équipe SCT (Susanne Hastrup, Casper Nielsen, Torsten Østergaard) ont dominé le classement en équipe.

Félicitations à tout qui ont participé, particulièrement à Timo qui a effectué une course irréprochable – Nous espérons tous vous voir à nouveau pour l’édition 2013!

Commentaires des participants

WINNER of Al Andalus Ultimate Trail 2012 (5-stages, 230km, over 7000m climb, in crazy heat) Yay!!! It was an amazing experience.. extremely well organized, great competition until the last stage!!! I met amazing people, ran on extremely beautiful trails.. congratulations to all finishers, we all went through the same tough challenge and I was impressed by your determination. Argi, Tommy & Victor thank you for pushing me constantly, you guys are insane 😉 A big thank you to all my friends who kept sending me encouraging messages. Thanks for supporting Shoe4africa!!! Now it’s time to recover! 😉 —Timo Meyer (JPN/DE), 1st overall

This was an experience totally beyond anything I could have imagined. It was a privilege to spend a week with such an amazing group of people from all over the world, as runners of all levels showed incredible displays of bullet proof mentality and solidarity. The fastest runners were inspirational and truly humbling in their generosity to each other and to the group, not to mention their extraordinary athletic prowess. A HUGE thank you to the organisers and volunteers who all worked relentlessly and selflessly to make this the best experience it could possibly be. If you want to see humanity at its best as a group of passionate people all help each other through an amazing life adventure then it just doesn’t get any better than this.  — Tarique Shakir-Khalil (GB/FR)

Cuarta edición del Al Andalus Ultimate Trail y segunda participación mía. Sin duda, este año sabiendo lo que me esperaba por delante, supe sacarle mayor partido tanto competitivamente como personalmente. El grupo de corredores más reducido que en la pasada edición hizo que el vínculo entre participantes fuera mayor. De hecho en el grupo cabecero en que cuatro optábamos al podio, reinaba el buen ambiente. Sin duda, otra experiencia inolvidable que supe exprimir al máximo para quedar con un buen sabor de boca, 3er puesto en la clasificación, aparte. Gracias tanto a los organizadores, voluntarios, médicos, … por hacer esta aventura posible. Carrera muy a tener en cuenta.

Fourth edition of Al Andalus Ultimate Trail and my second participation. Without doubt, this year knowing what to expect ahead, I knew how to get more out competitively and personally. The smaller group of runners in this edition made the link and companionship between participants stronger. In fact, in the leading group in which four of us “fighted” for the podium, there was a good atmosphere. Another unforgettable experience which I’ll never forget, despite my 3rd place overall. Thanks so much to the organizers, volunteers, doctors, … for making this adventure possible. Race to consider in further editions. — Victor Garanto Fajó (ES), 3rd Overall

5 days and 230km later – bruised, battered, toenail-less, chaffing, swollen feet, excruciating blisters, fatigued, BUT we did it and had a blast doing so. I made some awesome friends, saw stunning landscapes, and had a great time. I met great people with exceptional running profiles, and it was a tough one. — Linda Dabley (AUS/JPN)

I only come because I love the race so much, and this year was just as great as previous years. The checkpoint stars were as friendly and eager to please and assist as always – without them it just wouldn’t be the same. God-willing, I will be back next year to go for top 10!!!! — Paul Mott (GB), 3rd time participant

I just wanted to say thank you! For me it has been a life changing event from volunteering in 2009 to finishing the race this year in 2012. There truly is now a worldwide Al Andalus family and no reason why in 2013 the race shouldn’t be full! You deserve the praise, well done again for holding it all together. — Chris Goodacre (ES/GB) 

The generosity and camaraderie of support staff, fellow competitors, and local authorities has restored a bit of this old, cynical soul’s faith in people. Cheers to all! — Orla Kastberg (USA)

This was the hardest and most rewarding thing Gareth’s ever done in his life, with personal records broken every day. He’ll be back next year to prove life begins at 60!! Thanks to your amazing team. — Claire Stride (NZ)

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2012 Race Review

Overall Men’s Champion: Timo Meyer (20:03:20)

Overall Women’s Champion: Jenni de Groot (28:24:35)

Team: SCT (DK) Susanne Hastrup, Casper Nielsen, and Torsten Østergaard (88:01:54)

The winner of the Al Andalus Ultimate Trail 2012 was Timo Meyer, who completed the 230km race in 20:03:20 – 21 minutes ahead of second place overall Argyrios Papathanasopoulos, who ran an amazing 20:24:40. In 3rd place overall, by less than 13 minutes, was Victor Garanto Fajó at 20:37:27. Overall Female winner was Jenni de Groot at 28:24:35. Team SCT of Denmark (Susanne Hastrup, Casper Nielsen, and Torsten Østergaard) won the team section of the race.

Congratulations to all who entered, especially to Timo who ran a flawless race – we hope to see you all again in 2013!

Competitors comments

WINNER of Al Andalus Ultimate Trail 2012 (5-stages, 230km, over 7000m climb, in crazy heat) Yay!!! It was an amazing experience.. extremely well organized, great competition until the last stage!!! I met amazing people, ran on extremely beautiful trails.. congratulations to all finishers, we all went through the same tough challenge and I was impressed by your determination. Argi, Tommy & Victor thank you for pushing me constantly, you guys are insane 😉  —Timo Meyer (JPN/DE), 1st Overall

This was an experience totally beyond anything I could have imagined. It was a privilege to spend a week with such an amazing group of people from all over the world, as runners of all levels showed incredible displays of bullet proof mentality and solidarity. The fastest runners were inspirational and truly humbling in their generosity to each other and to the group, not to mention their extraordinary athletic prowess. A HUGE thank you to the organisers and volunteers who all worked relentlessly and selflessly to make this the best experience it could possibly be. If you want to see humanity at its best as a group of passionate people all help each other through an amazing life adventure then it just doesn’t get any better than this.  — Tarique Shakir-Khalil (GBR/FRA)

Cuarta edición del Al Andalus Ultimate Trail y segunda participación mía. Sin duda, este año sabiendo lo que me esperaba por delante, supe sacarle mayor partido tanto competitivamente como personalmente. El grupo de corredores más reducido que en la pasada edición hizo que el vínculo entre participantes fuera mayor. De hecho en el grupo cabecero en que cuatro optábamos al podio, reinaba el buen ambiente. Sin duda, otra experiencia inolvidable que supe exprimir al máximo para quedar con un buen sabor de boca, 3er puesto en la clasificación, aparte. Gracias tanto a los organizadores, voluntarios, médicos, … por hacer esta aventura posible. Carrera muy a tener en cuenta.

Fourth edition of Al Andalus Ultimate Trail and my second participation. Without doubt, this year knowing what to expect ahead, I knew how to get more out competitively and personally. The smaller group of runners in this edition made the link and companionship between participants stronger. In fact, in the leading group in which four of us “fighted” for the podium, there was a good atmosphere. Another unforgettable experience which I’ll never forget, despite my 3rd place overall. Thanks so much to the organizers, volunteers, doctors, … for making this adventure possible. Race to consider in further editions. — Victor Garanto Fajó (ESP), 3rd Overall

5 days and 230km later – bruised, battered, toenail-less, chaffing, swollen feet, excruciating blisters, fatigued, BUT we did it and had a blast doing so. I made some awesome friends, saw stunning landscapes, and had a great time. I met great people with exceptional running profiles, and it was a tough one. — Linda Dabley (AUS/JPN)

I only come because I love the race so much, and this year was just as great as previous years. The checkpoint stars were as friendly and eager to please and assist as always – without them it just wouldn’t be the same. God-willing, I will be back next year to go for top 10!!!! — Paul Mott (GBR), 3rd time participant

I was more than doubtful about this all, mainly because of the heat, but the pleasure of the physical effort, the gathered experience, and the friendships & camaraderie was worth every drop of sweat I lost. Running together under a killing sun, living together during the week, and having tons of fun is what you do it all for. The organization was simply perfect: professional & attentional. This kind of experience makes you a better person in the end. —Fred Coppens (BEL)

I just wanted to say thank you! For me it has been a life changing event from volunteering in 2009 to finishing the race this year in 2012. There truly is now a worldwide Al Andalus family and no reason why in 2013 the race shouldn’t be full! You deserve the praise, well done again for holding it all together. — Chris Goodacre (ESP/GBR) 

The generosity and camaraderie of support staff, fellow competitors, and local authorities has restored a bit of this old, cynical soul’s faith in people. For those who want competition, camaraderie, challenge, and adventure, this race has it all. Cheers! — Orla Kastberg (USA)

This was the hardest and most rewarding thing Gareth’s ever done in his life, with personal records broken every day. He’ll be back next year to prove life begins at 60!! Thanks to your amazing team. — Claire Stride (NZ)

I think I might be slightly mad to do it 4 years in a row, but there is obviously something about this race that keeps me coming back.Paula Green (GBR), only runner in the world to complete all 4 years of AAUT

 

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Stage 5 Results, 2012: Alhama de Granada to Loja, 37km

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RacerPosDorsalCP1CP2SplitCP3SplitFinal TimeSplit
Tommy Chen1400:47:39.301:39:50.100:52:10.802:19:01.600:39:11.503:00:23.700:41:22.1
Victor Garanto Fajó21000:50:26.801:49:27.700:59:00.902:33:38.700:44:11.003:18:40.000:45:01.3
Argyrios Papathanasopoulos32800:50:37.901:49:27.700:58:49.802:33:35.500:44:07.803:18:56.400:45:20.9
Timo Meyer42100:50:55.1--02:33:46.001:42:50.903:20:53.800:47:07.8
Jiri Vystejn53900:53:54.801:55:35.701:01:40.902:46:05.100:50:29.403:42:11.700:56:06.6
Jose Manuel Garcia Cortacero62200:54:04.002:06:00.701:11:56.703:01:58.000:55:57.303:56:29.100:54:31.1
Orla Kastberg71701:01:01.902:10:40.001:09:38.103:00:58.600:50:18.603:59:36.800:58:38.2
Frederic Coppens8501:03:49.302:13:31.601:09:42.303:06:04.900:52:33.303:59:43.900:53:39.0
Michael Rimmer93101:05:43.202:21:38.601:15:55.403:16:33.500:54:54.904:13:16.600:56:43.1
Paul Mott10601:03:10.302:20:11.501:17:01.203:22:54.901:02:43.404:27:07.101:04:12.2
Tarique Shakir-Khalil113701:11:08.102:35:44.801:24:36.703:33:50.200:58:05.404:30:36.100:56:45.9
Jenni de Groot12801:05:31.802:23:05.501:17:33.703:22:20.600:59:15.104:37:42.601:15:22.0
Sebastien Noblet132601:09:47.602:29:58.001:20:10.403:32:54.001:02:56.004:40:54.701:08:00.7
Christopher Goodacre141301:12:30.302:32:42.501:20:12.203:32:40.700:59:58.204:43:16.601:10:35.9
Casper NielsenT152301:11:12.802:34:55.301:23:42.503:42:32.101:07:36.804:56:38.501:14:06.4
Torsten ØstergaardT152401:11:19.902:34:55.301:23:35.403:42:36.901:07:41.604:56:38.501:14:01.6
Milan Seman173601:09:02.302:30:41.301:21:39.003:41:32.001:10:50.704:58:32.801:17:00.8
Fernando Guardiola Sanchez183501:25:06.302:50:09.801:25:03.503:52:17.901:02:08.105:03:23.801:11:05.9
Paul Ogden192701:12:04.202:39:44.301:27:40.103:50:58.601:11:14.305:08:40.901:17:42.3
Jesper KramerT202001:15:50.302:46:50.701:31:00.403:56:15.301:09:24.605:12:30.601:16:15.3
Susanne HastrupT202501:15:39.002:46:57.501:31:18.503:56:19.701:09:22.205:12:30.601:16:10.9
Maria Rotger CerdaT22301:15:13.302:44:16.701:29:03.403:57:26.001:13:09.305:13:51.101:16:25.1
Linda DableyT22701:15:03.402:44:24.301:29:20.903:57:38.401:13:14.105:13:51.101:16:12.7
Penni DymondT24901:26:16.702:57:01.101:30:44.404:09:00.901:11:59.805:24:11.201:15:10.3
Paula GreenT241401:26:36.502:57:54.101:31:17.604:10:38.701:12:44.605:24:11.201:13:32.5
Desiree Gilani261101:12:42.902:45:49.001:33:06.104:00:55.401:15:06.405:24:20.401:23:25.0
Stuart Rae273001:28:19.803:02:28.001:34:08.204:12:23.401:09:55.405:29:45.501:17:22.1
Andrew Humphreys281601:34:42.603:24:54.701:50:12.104:23:06.400:58:11.705:42:55.101:19:48.7
Graeme Harvey291501:27:48.803:03:30.201:35:41.404:23:30.701:20:00.505:44:16.001:20:45.3
Gareth StrideT303301:27:43.603:10:09.301:42:25.704:30:01.201:19:51.905:51:16.501:21:15.3
David ThompsonT303401:27:55.803:10:35.601:42:39.804:30:33.301:19:57.705:51:16.501:20:43.2
Alwaleed Alkeaid32101:41:27.303:17:38.301:36:11.004:28:50.701:11:12.406:00:34.901:31:44.2
Adele Rasicci331201:37:12.903:17:30.801:40:17.904:52:13.701:34:42.906:23:24.501:31:10.8
Daniel Ditlev Pedersen342901:15:14.5--04:41:41.804:41:41.806:29:20.501:47:38.7
Tiffany Sommadossi3538-03:21:23.503:21:23.505:11:50.201:50:26.706:57:16.401:45:26.2
Mel Winder41---02:40:03.202:40:03.2--
Arend Burgers2
James King18
Mary King19
Tony Salter32

Total Ascent : 1120 m / Total Descent : 1500 m

  1. Start at Romeria campsite outside of Alhama de Granada and follow single-track around lake.
  2. Continue through Alhama gorge to town. Pass farmer’s market and Stage 1 finish.
  3. Ascent on track, past road crossing, then descent to CP1 at approx. 10km.
  4. Undulating mountain track to CP2 at approx. 20km.
  5. Continue through olive fields on track to CP3 at approx. 28km.
  6. Descent to town of Salar. Pass through town onto final track to race finish, approx. 7km away.
  7. Pass through tunnel under the Autovia and final 2km on tarmac to race finish at Hotel Manzanil.

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Stage 4 Results, 2012: Jayena to Alhama de Granada, 67km

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RacerPosDorsalCP1CP2SplitCP3SplitCP4SplitCP5SplitCP6SplitFinal TimeSplit
Timo Meyer12100:45:49.602:02:34.601:16:45.002:42:52.800:40:18.203:32:09.600:49:16.804:16:24.200:44:14.605:19:02.301:02:38.106:00:58.800:41:56.5
Argyrios PapathanasopoulosT22800:41:24.201:57:10.701:15:46.502:37:11.100:40:00.403:27:03.800:49:52.704:12:14.400:45:10.605:19:10.101:06:55.706:02:10.900:43:00.8
Victor Garanto FajóT21000:40:52.901:57:18.101:16:25.202:37:11.100:39:53.003:27:14.300:50:03.204:12:19.900:45:05.605:19:06.801:06:46.906:02:10.900:43:04.1
Tommy Chen4400:45:37.302:02:24.501:16:47.202:42:50.800:40:26.303:32:01.400:49:10.604:16:17.900:44:16.505:35:00.901:18:43.006:37:17.401:02:16.5
Jiri Vystejn53900:44:27.702:09:53.301:25:25.602:59:19.200:49:25.903:54:14.200:54:55.004:47:42.400:53:28.206:10:38.401:22:56.007:04:37.900:53:59.5
Jose Manuel Garcia Cortacero62200:44:51.102:12:56.101:28:05.003:03:17.200:50:21.103:59:39.300:56:22.104:56:06.900:56:27.606:18:35.301:22:28.407:12:44.200:54:08.9
Frederic Coppens7500:54:13.002:22:13.701:28:00.703:16:50.200:24:15.704:11:43.300:09:08.805:02:34.501:45:44.306:34:01.502:22:18.208:12:46.401:38:44.9
Jenni de Groot8800:59:39.702:38:05.701:38:26.003:33:50.300:55:44.604:37:21.201:03:30.905:43:31.101:06:09.907:15:57.701:32:26.608:24:02.501:08:04.8
Michael Rimmer93100:57:40.002:41:16.501:43:36.503:41:03.200:59:46.704:46:07.601:05:04.405:48:58.501:02:50.907:27:42.601:38:44.108:28:14.301:00:31.7
Susanne Hastrup102500:59:17.702:44:50.701:45:33.003:44:26.600:59:35.904:49:22.801:04:56.205:57:00.601:07:37.807:39:13.601:42:13.008:42:56.301:03:42.7
Jesper Kramer112000:59:16.502:44:47.401:45:30.903:44:26.600:59:39.204:49:48.001:05:21.405:56:53.701:07:05.707:39:13.601:42:19.908:43:07.701:03:54.1
Sebastien Noblet122600:58:16.602:44:22.201:46:05.603:43:59.500:59:37.304:53:42.101:09:42.605:57:51.801:04:09.707:36:40.101:38:48.308:46:52.901:10:12.8
Torsten ØstergaardT132400:56:51.402:41:12.801:44:21.403:43:21.901:02:09.104:53:16.501:09:54.606:00:05.601:06:49.107:43:01.901:42:56.308:49:19.501:06:17.6
Casper NielsenT132300:57:02.602:41:09.801:44:07.203:43:21.901:02:12.104:53:01.901:09:40.006:00:03.201:07:01.307:43:01.901:42:58.708:49:19.501:06:17.6
Tarique Shakir-Khalil153700:55:15.602:53:39.301:58:23.703:51:16.600:57:37.304:00:08.9-2:55:46.606:04:22.302:13:05.706:47:12.601:42:50.308:56:33.602:09:21.0
Milan Seman163600:58:33.502:49:09.401:50:35.903:50:37.901:01:28.504:04:51.3-2:49:57.806:14:53.502:24:15.607:09:51.001:54:57.509:01:24.801:51:33.8
Tony Salter173200:59:20.602:42:18.301:42:57.703:41:39.600:59:21.304:53:24.901:11:45.306:03:28.201:10:03.307:52:15.301:48:47.109:07:50.801:15:35.5
Desiree Gilani181100:58:27.602:47:23.401:48:55.803:50:51.501:03:28.105:00:51.501:10:00.006:11:14.901:10:23.407:54:51.001:43:36.109:12:58.101:18:07.1
Paul Mott19600:55:28.003:00:02.202:04:34.204:02:16.801:02:14.605:19:49.601:17:32.806:31:34.101:11:44.508:19:29.101:47:55.009:35:36.701:16:07.6
Linda Dabley20701:03:41.202:59:06.101:55:24.904:05:36.101:06:30.005:20:38.201:15:02.106:33:33.301:12:55.108:30:16.401:56:43.109:49:19.501:19:03.1
Christopher Goodacre211301:00:09.302:57:24.601:57:15.304:06:45.801:09:21.205:22:12.001:15:26.206:39:37.801:17:25.808:42:00.802:02:23.010:11:53.401:29:52.6
Gareth Stride223301:00:54.502:49:51.301:48:56.803:55:35.101:05:43.805:18:29.901:22:54.806:32:23.201:13:53.308:39:30.702:07:07.510:13:01.701:33:31.0
Paul Ogden232700:59:18.102:54:23.601:55:05.504:05:24.101:11:00.505:34:41.701:29:17.606:52:11.801:17:30.108:50:06.701:57:54.910:23:53.401:33:46.7
Maria Rotger Cerda24301:03:50.202:59:31.101:55:40.904:05:41.800:13:08.105:20:28.5-1:43:54.806:36:33.702:30:51.908:18:27.502:57:59.010:28:35.402:10:07.9
David Thompson253401:26:35.603:25:31.701:58:56.104:34:22.301:08:50.605:55:07.101:20:44.807:09:39.701:14:32.609:14:07.902:04:28.210:29:54.001:15:46.1
Andrew Humphreys261601:12:15.403:33:27.702:21:12.304:45:15.101:11:47.406:05:12.201:19:57.107:19:47.501:14:35.309:19:25.901:59:38.410:35:36.701:16:10.8
Daniel Ditlev Pedersen272900:56:02.902:47:08.401:51:05.504:02:15.701:15:07.305:34:04.501:31:48.806:54:37.401:20:32.909:03:50.402:09:13.010:46:26.401:42:36.0
Alwaleed Alkeaid28101:21:36.903:22:32.702:00:55.804:33:46.601:11:13.906:05:44.601:31:58.007:21:40.001:15:55.409:19:16.901:57:36.910:46:38.401:27:21.5
Orla Kastberg291700:58:41.503:21:01.002:22:19.504:23:47.301:02:46.305:09:15.7-2:46:47.007:22:28.702:58:41.409:21:15.101:58:46.410:53:47.501:32:32.4
Paula GreenT301401:10:24.203:25:50.802:15:26.604:40:51.101:15:00.306:13:13.601:32:22.507:39:29.301:26:15.709:44:39.302:05:10.011:00:49.501:16:10.2
Penni DymondT30901:10:13.503:24:36.202:14:22.704:40:32.901:15:56.706:13:26.301:32:53.407:38:18.601:24:52.309:44:39.302:06:20.711:00:49.501:16:10.2
Fernando Guardiola Sanchez323501:11:11.508:05:53.906:54:42.405:03:56.905:03:56.906:36:24.0-1:36:19.008:00:05.002:56:08.110:05:39.801:59:45.911:16:44.301:11:04.5
Graeme Harvey331501:07:17.503:52:06.202:44:48.705:03:56.901:11:50.706:36:57.701:33:00.808:06:38.901:29:41.210:12:04.702:05:25.811:21:03.601:08:58.9
Adele Rasicci341201:25:35.404:01:57.502:36:22.105:05:17.701:03:20.206:52:10.901:46:53.208:07:41.801:15:30.910:12:12.502:04:30.711:21:08.101:08:55.6
Tiffany Sommadossi353801:08:48.403:17:11.702:08:23.304:25:07.001:07:55.305:57:40.201:32:33.207:17:29.501:19:49.309:43:20.102:25:50.611:21:32.901:38:12.8
Stuart Rae363001:06:56.803:51:28.802:44:32.005:03:56.901:12:28.106:36:35.201:32:38.308:06:16.101:29:40.910:12:04.702:05:48.611:24:44.201:12:39.5
Arend Burgers200:52:20.802:36:35.301:44:14.503:34:19.100:57:43.8--------
James King18
Mary King19
Mel Winder41

Total Ascent : 2031 m / Total Descent : 2083 m

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  1. Depart El Bacal campsite and follow single-track alongside the River Turillas to the edge of Jayena.
  2. Turn left to begin hard climb towards forest airstrip.
  3. Single-track to leads to road into town of Fornes and CP1 at approx. 9km.
  4. Follow undulating tarmac road onto track of Lake Bermejales. Continue on track to Arenas del Rey.
  5. Pass Arenas del Rey chapel and continue on lakeside track. Intermediate water available at approx. 17km.
  6. Continue on lake track to spillway and CP2 at approx. 23km.
  7. Begin hard ascent with little shade towards Agron Tower and CP3 at approx. 30km.
  8. Descent on track to town of Cacin and CP4 at approx. 40km.
  9. Continue through poplar groves and begin hard ascent to Pocopaja and CP5 at approx. 47km.
  10. Turn left and continue on track with very little shade towards town of Alhama de Granada.
  11. Road junction at 53km leads to more shadeless track and CP6 at approx. 57km.
  12. Difficult undulating farm track  leads to final single-track and finish in El Motor campsite at approx. 67km.
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Stage 3 Results, 2012: Játar to Jayena, 39km

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RacerPosDorsalCP1CP2SplitCP3SplitFinal TimeSplit
Tommy ChenT1400:50:52.001:22:13.400:31:21.402:11:00.600:48:47.203:07:30.300:56:29.7
Timo MeyerT12100:50:00.201:22:36.500:32:36.302:11:00.600:48:24.103:07:30.300:56:29.7
Argyrios Papathanasopoulos32800:50:15.001:22:11.200:31:56.202:11:00.600:48:49.403:07:40.700:56:40.1
Victor Garanto Fajó41000:50:40.701:23:07.600:32:26.902:15:41.300:52:33.703:14:45.200:59:03.9
Jiri Vystejn53900:52:01.601:28:26.000:36:24.402:27:06.700:58:40.703:32:59.501:05:52.8
Jose Manuel Garcia Cortacer62200:51:10.501:28:08.100:36:57.602:26:11.900:58:03.803:34:52.701:08:40.8
Arend Burgers7200:54:27.701:33:50.700:39:23.002:37:21.301:03:30.603:52:51.901:15:30.6
Frederic Coppens8500:53:47.901:37:42.900:43:55.002:42:24.101:04:41.203:58:03.901:15:39.8
Casper NielsenT92301:01:00.701:45:04.700:44:04.002:50:57.901:05:53.204:12:46.301:21:48.4
Torsten ØstergaardT924-01:45:08.801:45:08.802:50:57.901:05:49.104:12:46.301:21:48.4
Michael Rimmer113100:58:53.501:44:23.000:45:29.502:53:15.301:08:52.304:13:53.501:20:38.2
Jenni de Groot12801:03:21.401:48:28.500:45:07.102:58:34.901:10:06.404:23:02.801:24:27.9
Paul Mott13600:55:43.301:40:54.000:45:10.702:52:55.101:12:01.104:24:40.501:31:45.4
Tony Salter143201:02:56.001:50:00.000:47:04.003:07:09.901:17:09.904:35:24.001:28:14.1
Jesper KramerT152001:03:42.301:53:45.700:50:03.403:11:06.701:17:21.004:37:38.901:26:32.2
Susanne HastrupT152501:03:29.001:53:40.100:50:11.103:11:06.701:17:26.604:37:38.901:26:32.2
Sebastien Noblet172601:02:46.501:49:11.000:46:24.503:06:37.801:17:26.804:41:01.401:34:23.6
Desiree Gilani181101:03:56.601:55:37.100:51:40.503:13:09.001:17:31.904:47:45.301:34:36.3
Christopher Goodacre191301:02:29.901:55:48.000:53:18.103:19:39.901:23:51.904:52:18.101:32:38.2
Alwaleed Alkeaid20101:17:23.902:10:58.400:53:34.503:26:14.101:15:15.704:52:40.701:26:26.6
Orla Kastberg211701:03:10.601:54:44.300:51:33.703:17:46.301:23:02.004:56:41.201:38:54.9
Paul Ogden222701:05:03.901:55:02.800:49:58.903:22:21.301:27:18.504:58:05.301:35:44.0
Gareth Stride233301:04:06.301:57:12.400:53:06.103:24:26.201:27:13.805:00:37.301:36:11.1
Tarique Shakir-Khalil243701:02:07.401:51:17.700:49:10.303:13:52.501:22:34.805:04:12.301:50:19.8
Milan Seman253601:00:11.801:50:19.400:50:07.603:17:22.501:27:03.105:04:55.901:47:33.4
Linda Dabley26701:05:34.801:57:54.400:52:19.603:22:38.901:24:44.505:08:56.401:46:17.5
Fernando Guardiola Sanchez273501:13:23.902:11:47.700:58:23.803:35:55.901:24:08.205:14:05.501:38:09.6
Daniel Ditlev Pedersen282901:04:18.001:56:44.800:52:26.803:29:02.801:32:18.005:17:49.701:48:46.9
Maria Rotger Cerda29301:05:15.102:00:10.100:54:55.003:32:29.801:32:19.705:22:01.801:49:32.0
Stuart Rae303001:10:57.5--03:31:36.002:20:38.505:27:02.201:55:26.2
Graeme Harvey311501:15:37.202:10:27.600:54:50.403:38:36.501:28:08.905:29:22.501:50:46.0
Andrew Humphreys321601:22:03.102:22:18.101:00:15.003:49:03.301:26:45.205:35:29.301:46:26.0
Tiffany Sommadossi333801:18:00.202:15:24.700:57:24.503:47:13.601:31:48.905:37:11.901:49:58.3
Paula Green341401:16:48.102:16:55.301:00:07.203:51:25.601:34:30.305:44:14.801:52:49.2
Penni Dymond35901:16:52.902:16:59.701:00:06.803:46:13.001:29:13.305:44:18.901:58:05.9
David Thompson363401:19:46.302:18:40.900:58:54.603:55:28.601:36:47.705:49:18.301:53:49.7
Adele Rasicci371201:22:21.702:32:38.701:10:17.004:27:00.401:54:21.706:43:44.302:16:43.9
Mary KingT381901:29:53.302:38:42.201:08:48.904:33:36.001:54:53.806:57:29.202:23:53.2
James KingT381801:30:07.902:39:34.601:09:26.704:34:21.201:54:46.606:57:29.202:23:08.0
Mel Winder404101:23:31.402:34:28.001:10:56.604:33:19.401:58:51.407:02:53.502:29:34.1

Total Ascent : 980 m / Total Descent : 1035 m

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  1. Start at Játar El Nacimiento campsite. Climb the scenic tarmac road towards Lake Bermejales.
  2. Continue on tarmac and farm track to CP1 at approx. 11km.
  3. Follow gravel road and mountain track through La Resinera to a steep climb and CP2 at approx. 17km.
  4. Mountain tracks continue through beautiful scenery. Rejoin the GR7 and CP3 at approx. 27km.
  5. Continue through the Natural Park. At approx. the 37km mark, start 600m of single-track.
  6. 1.5km of track leads to the finish at El Bacal campsite outside of Jayena.
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