Stage 2 of the Wulong Mountain Quest adventure race took place earlier today in China and we have another race report from Thule Adventure Team to keep us up to date on what is happening there. The day started with a 20 km (12.4 mile) kayak stage that gave way to a trail run up an exposed cliff that included a 1000 meter (3280 ft) vertical gain. After that it was onto the bikes before abseiling off a platform into the water and a final stage aboard a pack raft. The team managed to finish second once again today and should now be firmly in second place overall as well. With two stages to go, it is still anyone’s race to win. Read a full race report here.
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