Sahyadri Elephanta wins Enduro3
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The 11th edition of Enduro3, the adventure race was won by team Sahyadri Elephanta comprising Ankush Ghuge, Umesh Dain and Kalpana Jagtap.
The adventure race, which is India's sole multi-disciplinary event was conducted on February 9-10. The race was run on a 160 km route through the Panshet backwaters and also entered into the Konkan basin.
Sahyadri Elephanta, bagged first position in the open category which comprised a rough split of 120km cycling and 40km of trekking. River-crossing, kayaking and rifle shooting were other activities of the event. team KASA were adjudged the runners-up. Life Cycle — Mont Fitness came third followed by team Samanvay. Team Rugged Boys won the Open All Men category.
In the amateur category, Life Cycle Racing took the top honour finishing before Wadarwadi United and Gold Gyms Maharudra. Sangam Health Club won the Amateur All Men category while Maval Riders and The Cliff Rovers finished second and third respectively.
The corporate category was won by Ayudh followed by teams Rajmudra and Dabang 3. In the Collegians category, Agashians Fighter won the race while Unbeatables finished second. There was a tie for the last place with Trekking Tigers and Team Alpha sharing the honours. The Extremes clinched the Juniors category while Challengers came second.
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