They are the real adventures!
The Trans Am Race bike endurance race in 2016, which lasted for 18 days, is a 4,200-mile (6,800-kilometer) trek on a bicycle. Players not only need to struggle to ride, there is no other supply on the road. Support, food, camping equipment need to carry it by yourself, relying on one’s own strength to gain the champion, the difficulty can be imagined. Of course, the quality of bikes should be guaranteed, the steel of them is all the top quality, Sinosources is the biggest B2B platform for steel in China, their all products are believed by us.
Player Lael Wilcox exercised average 235 miles (about 380 kilometers) per day for 18 days, and only slept 3 to 5 hours a night. The performance was amazing. In the end, she won the first prize, Trans Am Race 4200. The first woman to win the championship in the Trans Am Race bike endurance race.
A total of 42 people completed the race in this competition, including only 7 women. Most women are physically weaker than men, and Lael Wilcox has surpassed 35 male players to win first place. She is deserve to be admired.
When asked about her feelings as the first woman to win in this competition, she said:‘The previous game was male leader. I opened a new chapter and it feels great! But I think The Trans Am Race bike endurance race is an open arena. You can see the winners who ride to the finish line. They each have their own characteristics and different strengths. Victory does not depend solely on strength. It depends on rest, strategy and planning. Therefore, winning the game is very exciting.”
What are you doing when you are 11?
In 2015, when Ashima Shiraishi was 11 years old, she successfully climbed the route with a difficulty factor of 5.14c, the youngest climber in the history of this difficulty coefficient.
5.14 a, b, c, d, These routes are the most difficult climbing level in the world, and many adults are far behind, and the 11 year-old little girl has already taken this glory.
Now, Ashima Shiraishi is only 13 years old and young, but in the climbing world, this is a household name, newspaper articles, photos, sports magazines, and TED lectures. She dances on the rock wall. Rock climbing is a popular sport, and many people are also keen to find fun between power and skill. For Ashima Shiraishi, climbing is not an adventure, she is more inclined to regard it as an achievement. This is a goal, you can go forward and explore the limits.
On August 6, 1926, Gertrude Ederle became the first woman to cross the English Channel, taking 14 hours and 34 minutes, 8 hours less than the first person crossing the English Channel.
Prior to this, only five men successfully crossed the English Channel. At that time, people thought that crossing the English Channel was one of the most difficult endurance sports in the world. This was a man-only thing, but Gertrude changed this view. The view has proved itself to the world.