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Britain's Jarvis victorious in Sea To Sky extreme enduro race

Monday, October 02, 2017 - 01:30

Graham Jarvis of Britain battles all terrain to take out the Sea To Sky extreme enduro race in Turkey for the fifth time

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SHOWS: NEAR ANTALYA, TURKEY (SEPTEMBER 28-30, 2017) (QUATTRO MEDIA - ACCESS ALL) 1. AERIAL OF RACE START 2. VARIOUS OF COMPETITORS STARTING RACE 3. VARIOUS OF COMPETITORS ON COURSE 4. VARIOUS OF WINNER, GRAHAM JARVIS (NUMBER 2) ON COURSE 5. JARVIS CROSSING FINISH LINE CELEBRATING 6. VARIOUS OF SECOND-PLACED FINISHER, MARIO ROMAN (NUMBER 5) ON COURSE 7. ROMAN CROSSING FINISH LINE 8. VARIOUS OF THIRD-PLACED FINISHER, WADE YOUNG, (NUMBER 9) ON COURSE 9. YOUNG CROSSING FINISH LINE 10. VARIOUS OF FIRST THREE FINISHERS ON PODIUM 11. JARVIS SMILING STORY: Britain's Graham Jarvis conquered the Sea To Sky Extreme Enduro race for a fifth time on Saturday (September 30), a race which tests riders across beach, forest and mountain terrain over three days. Jarvis made up ground after a bad start, where he found himself in dense dust and stuck behind a number of racers. The 42-year-old also broke his clutch perch midway through the race and had to tape it to the handlebars. Spain's Mario Roman finished in second place, while Wade Young from South Africa was third. 31 riders made it all the way up to the peak of the Olympos Mountain at an altitude of 2,365 metres and were rewarded with the treasured Gold Medal.

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Britain's Jarvis victorious in Sea To Sky extreme enduro race

Monday, October 02, 2017 - 01:30