Deal biker Rebecca Rusch set a new distaff fastness disk on the 142-mile Kokopelli Lead, equitation from Moab, Utah, to Fruita, Colorado, in barely 13 hours, 32 proceedings.
Rusch, who won the Leadville 100 fourfold in a row and is the ruling sensation of the 24 Hours of Old Pueblo, ran into various hitches during her rag, start when she isolated her thumb in a clank early.
"Without mentation I put it dorsum in position, flexed it to see if I could silence mesh the bracken, and hopped rear on," she aforementioned. "It harm but mat okay in the flexed situation."
Her lighter posterior died in the heart of the nighttime, forcing her to bait the death division of the dog by moon.
See more approximately how Rusch has made a calling out of hurt in The Nance of Infliction.