Talking adventure races with Bentleigh athlete Elizabeth Dornom on South of the River this Sunday
The One Water Race in Sweden is the world’s most challenging endurance race and involves navigating, swimming and running more than 250km through the Stockholm archipelago. Nonstop.
Bentleigh athlete Elizabeth Dornom was part of the four-person Australian team (pictured above) that won last month’s event, taking just under 60 hours to reach the finish line. Other teams had to drop out due to exhaustion, hunger, medical reasons, or because they did not adhere to the specified time limits at the 13 different checkpoints along the course.
Tune in at 2pm this Sunday to South of the River to hear about the experience from Elizabeth, who is now back in Australia after last month’s race – and no doubt preparing for her next event.
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