Wow, that's an incredible margin.
I heard she was totally exhausted and had to spend two hours in the medical tent after finishing. And another two days hardly being able to walk.
Coming up this weekend is Blodslitet but I doubt she's ready for that?
She's really one of the best floppers around, the way that she times it so that she starts going down BEFORE the finish line. This time even expertly avoiding the finish tape.
Yet, she's still able to celebrate on the way down.
Some critics may so that when you're that far ahead, perhaps you don't need to push that hard all the way to the line?
But, no, that's just dedication to the art.
Also, I love how no one has any idea what they're supposed to do now.
Technique comparison: Marc Lauenstein at Sierre Zinal 2013
(Finish is at 2:48; epicness begins at 2:41).
I look forward to the Will Critchley seminar on proper Euroflop technique after a race.
Great flop but of course no one can top the flop done by Pheidippides.