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Audrey Tanguy wins the women's #PCX2 100km in 7:40:36 from Nicole Monette (7:43:18) and Courtney Olsen (7:55:11).
Britain's Carla Molinaro, who last year broke the women's Land's End to John O'Groats record, finishes fourth in 8:01:22. @HOKAONEONE
That is incredible, around 3:42 per km-for 100km! Wow 👏🏻 https://twitter.com/AthleticsWeekly/status/1353076770086350855
An incredible run by @walmsleyruns at #PCX2. He breaks the @usatf 100km record but misses the world record by just 11 seconds after more than 6 hours of running.
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