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France 28 June: St Mitre les remparts – Grau du Roi

From one end of Provence through to the Camargue, we ran in a unique national park which serves as a stopover and refuge for many migrant species. It is a very special place, where horses are still the fastest way to go from a point to another.

It was a particularly relevant day for one of our French runners, David, since we passed through St Martin de Crau, the small town where he is from. As we were running through the streets he was explaining every detail with great emotion. Sometimes, on the corner of a street, some of his friends waved and ran a few metres with us.

Police escorted us and David felt very proud and happy.

After Caphan, in the middle of the fields, a nice surprise awaited us - a journalist from a local newspaper interviewed us, observed by cows and horses.

The south of France has a very strong military history; the first thing we could see from Aigues Mortes was the ancient walls of the city.

There, a class from the school Charles Grau came to encourage us and Vlado, our Slovakian runner offered them one of his famous mime shows.

At the same place “Courir Aigues Mortes”, a group of local runners joined us, and ran with us to Le Gros du Roi.

We could see how old the running tradition is in the area.

This running club organizes a lot of races for kids and teenagers; they promised to organize something in this style if we come back to Le Gros du Roi next year.

Distance: 92km

Team Members:
Marjan Jauk (Slovenia), Vlado Kulisek (Slovakia), Vladimir Salnicov (Moldova), Michael Hirner (Austria), Bernadett Hammel and Agnes Bonczi (Hungary), Svetlana Gorshkova (Russia).

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