Edizione 2017
Axelle Mollaret record in the Vertical
venerdì 21 luglio 2017

Axelle Mollaret
Axelle Mollaret

Ther are two brand new names on the wall of fame of the Dolomites Vertical Kilometer, the first competition of the long skyrunning week end in Val di Fassa, with a new record for the female skyrunners. On the 10th anniversary of the competition, two of the athletes of La Sportiva Team have gained the thrones: the Italian Patrick Facchini and the French Axelle Mollaret, whose performance was even better than the 2014 record of Laura Orguè I Vila, stopping the time at 37’39”, 35 seconds faster than the Catalan female athlete. For what the absolute winner concerns, Facchini, her ascent to the track -with its 1015 altitude drop- took 32’43”, 1 minute and 9 second more than the time of Götsch, registered one year ago.
Quality and quantity are the keywords at the 10th edition of the Dolomites Vertical Kilometer, the 9th of the 18 stages of the Vertical Kilometer World Circuit, the World Cup of the discipline, counting with 300 ahtletes from 28 nations.
Second place for the Elvetic Remi Bonnet, who touched the finish line 34 seconds after the winner, followed by the Slovenian Nejc Kuhar at 1’08”, whose time allowed him to get the third place. The forth place is for the local Hannes Perkmann at 1’32”, followed by Manuel Da Col at 2’18” and the French William Bon Mardion at 2’21”, still, Luka Kovacic, Henry Hofer and Alex Oberbacher.
The pink side of the race is dominated by the French Axelle Mollaret, which has -from the very beginning- demonstrated her perfect physical conditions. Susanna Saapunki follows with 1’24”, whist on the third place Victoria Kreuzer marks her name at 2’28”. Laura Orguè I Vila occupies the 4th position at 3’44”, and the fifth place goes to the local Antonella Confortola, definetely conferming her good recovery phase, at 4’26”. The Italian Francesca Rossi the Czech Zuzana Krchova and the Italian Camilla Magliano follow the top five.

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