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Eric Breton arrives at Valgrisenche Campo Vita


Eric Breton from Canada arrives at Valgrisenche Campo Vita 16 minute after the race leader Galeati.
Here, he is at just 3 minutes from Campo Vita, in the final section of a difficult climb, where all runners had to walk instead of running.

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Galeati

Km 50 (mile 31), Valgrisenche

Galerti Gianluca is leading Tor des Géants 2016. The race is a unique footrace that has met with a sensational success since its first edition. The Tor des Géants®, in the heart of the Italian Alps, is the world’s longest ultra trail (in terms of both elevation gain and kilometers) which crosses the entire Aosta Valley in a single stage.
Tor des Geants 2016 route will run along the Alta Via 1 and Alta Via 2 of the Valle d’Aosta, with the start and finishing line in Courmayeur, and will cover a total of around 336km (200 miles), with an altitude range of 24,000 meters. The landscape at the foot of the region’s Four-Thousanders makes the route especially spectacular.
Along the route there will be a number of rest, rescue and refreshment points, as well as seven larger bases that will divide the route up into seven sectors:
  • Courmayeur – Valgrisenche:                 50 km 4747 D+
  • Valgrisenche – Cogne:                          58 km 5082 D+
  • Cogne – Donnas:                                  45 km 2698 D+
  • Donnas – Gressoney St Jean:              54 km 6086 D+
  • Gressoney St Jean – Valtournenche:   33 km 3187 D+
  • Valtournenche – Ollomont:                   48 km 4904 D+
  • Ollomont – Courmayeur:                      50 km 4210 D+

Andrea Macchi & Julio Aldecoa

Tor des Geants

Andrea Macchi & Julio Aldecoa

Eric Breton
Tor des Géants
Galeati
Galerti Gianluca
Oliviero Bosatelli
Tor des Géants

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