End of a dream week in Salardú

End of a dream week in Salardú

Last saturday finished the 4th edition of the Pyrenees Stage Run 2019, an incredible week where the participants have run 240km across the Pyrenees. The last stage of the PSR2019 has passed between Esterri d'Àneu and Salardú, crossing the "Aigüestortes and Estany de...

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A step from the final goal to Salardú

The penultimate stage of the PSR2019, between Tavascan and Esterri d'Àneu, lasted 26.6km through Mascarida lake, Collada de Tres Estanys and Ventolau lake. The winners of the stage have been the team "Deeside Ladies", with Katie Henderson and Samantha Rendall, with a...

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Fifth stage: fog and cold two days at the end

Fifth stage: fog and cold two days at the end

Today's fifth stage of the Pyrenees Stage Run has passed and, in the absence of two days to finish the race, the tiredness between runners and runners begins to be felt. The morning began with a lot of fog and colder than yesterday: the decline in temperatures and the...

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Intense and very challenging stage

Intense and very challenging stage

After the long stage of yesterday, the Pyrenees Stage Run has continued with a short but intense day: 20km and 1900m of positive difference. All the day has passed in Andorra, the runners have left Encamp to finish in Arinsal, climbing the heavy climb to Coll d'Ordino...

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Queen stage of the PSR2019: so much heat in 47.5km

Queen stage of the PSR2019: so much heat in 47.5km

Today, September 3, the longest stage of the Pyrenees Stage Run has passed, with 47.5km of course and a positive drop of 2.600m. The participants ran from Puigcerdà to Encamp, entering Andorra through the spectacular Madriu-Perafita-Claror Valley (World Heritage by...

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Second stage of PSR 2019 to the Cerdanya

Second stage of PSR 2019 to the Cerdanya

The second phase of the PSR began in Queralbs after climbing the rack railway and brought the runners to Puigcerdà, the capital of La Cerdanya on hilly roads, without exceeding the 2000m high after 37,4km and 1700m d+. A route that follows the classic GR-11 at any...

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The Pyrenees Stage Run returns with more runners than ever

The Pyrenees Stage Run returns with more runners than ever

It feels really far away that September 4, 2016 in which the Pyrenees Stage Run (PSR) kicked off its inaugural edition with 23 runners who laid the first stone of this adventure crossing the Catalan and Andorran Pyrenees. Three years later, next Sunday, September 1,...

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