Day 50: Two At The Rail

With only 27 laps to go Australian Sarah Barnett stands to win the ladies crown and sixth place overall on Monday morning. She has had a very good race to this point and is averaging 61.71 miles per day(99.30 km). Probably 12 hours later, Scotsman William Sichel will glide past 3100 miles and into the history books as the first man over sixty to ever finish this difficult race. On sunday he ran another impressive 65.3 miles to get into position to finish. He needs only 105 laps(57.62 miles) to reach his dream goal.