Another Weekend Passes, Another Everesting Record Falls

Another weekend passes, another Everesting record falls

Joe Robinson 26 May 2020 This time the fastest Eversting attempt by a woman, now held by Boels-Dolmans' Katie Hall Another weekend of social distancing and lockdown passes, another Everesting record falls. This time the fastest Everesting record for a woman, now held by Katie Hall of Boels-Dolmans. The American rider managed to tick off the necessary 8,848m of elevation with repeated effort on the Bonny Doon climb close to Santa Cruz, California. Hall took 10 hours 1 minute to complete the task at hand, beating the previous women's record of 12 hours 32 minutes held by the UK's own Alice Thomson by over two hours. The 33-year-old decided to complete her Everesting challenge on the climb of Bonny Doon, which at 3.8km in length and an average of 8.8% saw Hall tick off 27 repetitions of the climb throughout the 197km ride. Confirming her exploits, Hall's Boels-Dolmans team tweeted ...

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