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Number 576: Tami Sadle. Looking up for you!
There is SERIOUS horsepower in this year's field. While Lance Armstrong and Levi Leipheimer may not be on the start line, the Euros will bring it hard this year
Let's get some things straight about the Leadville Trail 100 wrong turn: People not associated with the race took it upon themselves to send the leaders on the wrong course, according to organizers.
The leaders at the time were sent down the old course, but this year's course has some new additions. They lost a small amount of time and have been back on track for some time now. It will make a course record harder, but it's a long race and a war of attrition and the strongest will still win
@RoctaneUltra: @thequeenofpain wasn't caught up in the wrong turn
Remember that all of the big favorites for the men's race were in that lead group that was directed off course by a well-meaning person not associated with the race. Over the course of this race, less than six minutes probably won't shift the strongest out of the lead. The race will still be between the main contenders, in my opinion, and won't dramatically change the overall. I may eat those words, but I really believe that the guys caught up in the mess will still win the race
The #LT100 motto: You are better than you think you are, you can do more than you think you can!
The leaders are almost back to Twin Lakes #LT100
Sabotage is believed to be behind the course reroute this morning. Course organizers were out driving the course until 11 (in the rain) last night and then again at 3 this morning #LT100
@WN Precision: No females took the wrong turn
@Dan Vaughan the leaders were off course for less than six minutes
Indeed, the course mix up has resolved itself, as those caught up in the mess are in the lead now. Lakota leads, followed by Bishop, then Sauser through Twin Lakes #LT100
@VN Precision still waiting for word on the women. Stay tuned!
Split times for the leaders returning from Twin Lakes #LT100: Alban Lakata: 22:29:35, Christoph Sauser: 22:29:28, Federico Ramirez: 22:31:12, Jeremiah Bishop: 22:29:36 followed by Alex Grant, Jay Henry, Robert Mennen
@Sam Lindblom @WN Precision 9 mins between Bishop and Grant. Henry 6 mins down on that