Despite a record 18 athletes making goal at Zell am See, the race isn't over for the final eight athletes. Michal Gierlach (POL) is expected to reach the goal today. Click below to see how the remaining athletes are doing and when we can expect them on the finish float!
The flurry of activity at the race finish in Zell am See continued yesterday afternoon as more athletes touched down on the float in the lake. In total, 18 athletes have made it to goal so far, and we hope to see more today, giving us a record number of finishers!
Emotions ran high yesterday when athletes landed in Zell am See after eight days of tremendous racing. Pál Takats (HUN) struggled to believe what he had achieved and Tim Alongi (FRA4) broke down in tears as he was embraced by his team.
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