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Five seconds behind after more than five hours of racing. In Loano (Savona) in the Vibram Maremontana Trail, an indicative test for the next “off road” European Championships, two practically always run together in the men’s race: the Piedmontese Cristian Minoggio (Sport Project Vco) who takes the victory in 5h20:12 at the end of the 53.7 kilometers on the route with a difference in altitude of 3130 meters and the Lombard Andrea Rota (Osa Valmadrera, 5h20:17).

Behind them in the fight for third place Gianluca Ghiano (Baudenasca) manages to come out on top, trailing by a good nine minutes with 5h29:40, ahead of Francesco Nicola (Climb Runners, 5h30:09) and Mattia Tanara (Team Km Sport, 5h31: 53), then Gilles Roux is sixth (Apd Pont-Saint-Martin, 5h33:07). It’s not the best of days for world vice champion Andreas Reiterer (Telmekom Team Südtirol), fresh from his success two weeks ago in the demanding Chianti Ultra Trail, who runs with the leading pair in the initial part but then loses ground and finishes fourteenth in 6h28:07.

Camilla Magliano (photo Benedetto/organisers) Andrea Rota and Cristian Minoggio (photo Benedetto/organisers) The other Italian Davide Cheraz (Run Fast) is absent due to a physical ailment. Among the women there is the solo success of Camilla Magliano ( Gs Orecchiella Garfagnana), winner on arrival with a time of 6h18:16. The Turin native, involved in such a long race for the first time, demonstrates that she is at ease in this specialty with less than two months left until the continental event in Annecy, France, from 31 May to 2 June.

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In the final, Giuditta Turini (Pol. Sant’Orso Aosta, 6h24:53) takes second place, overtaking Chiara Giovando (Pegarun, 6h28:16), Martina Chialvo emerges in fourth place (Pod. Valle Varaita, 6h41:31) followed by Giulia Marchesoni (Us Carisolo, 6h46:12) and Veronica Maran (Skyrunners Le Vigne Vicenza, 6h54:29), retired at the 25th km Martina Valmassoi (Limonese) on a Sunday with cool temperatures in the morning and warmer weather in the second part of competition.

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