You have 14 weeks to prepare
The route is a 6.706 km loop Created by Lazarus Lake, the organizer of the famous and mythical Barkley in Tennessee, the principle is very simple: The course is a loop of 6.706 km. Every hour, the admitted runners will start the loop, which they will have to do and redo, always within 60 minutes, until only one and last runner remains on the track. If you complete the loop before one hour, you can rest while waiting for the next loop to start. Example: if you complete the 1st loop in 45 minutes, you have 15 minutes before the next start. If you complete the loop in 58 minutes, you will only have 2 minutes of rest before the next departure. The goal is simple: make as many loops as possible within the time limit. The winner is the last person left on the track. It should make a single loop on its own. ``The winner is the only finisher of the event``
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