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2023

# TRANSPYRENEES2023

The fifth edition of Transpyrenees will have 198 rider from 25 countries.

The track went from Llançà to San Sebastián including 33 Cols, with the special guest was Troumouse.  The route has 24,000m of positive unevenness in 1,040km.

It was the edition with more backroads on the track, mading it a bit slower than previous editions.

The fastest rider was Igor Antón, crossing the finish line in just 62h 51min

The fastest woman was Silvia Perrenoud completing the course in 80h 10min

138 riders finished this edition with a ratio of 69% finishers

2022

# TRANSPYRENEES2022

The fourth edition of Transpyrenees will have 124 rider from 18 countries.

The track went from Llançà to San Sebastián including 33 Cols, with the special guest from Cap-de-Long, under heavy rain.  The route has 24,000m of positive unevenness in 1,059km.

The fastest rider was Adam Bialek, crossing the finish line in just 54h 40min

The fastest woman was Silvia Perrenoud completing the course in 81h 40min

92 riders finished this edition with the best finisher ratio even in bad weather conditions (74%)

2021

# TRANSPYRENEES2021

The third edition of Transpyrenees, with more than 138 riders before the COVID situation, counted finally with 115 riders coming from 16 countries.

The route was edited at the last minute to avoid the curfew in France and added a little extra loop in Andorra. It was from Llançà to San Sebastián including 40 Cols, among them Envalira, Ordino-Arcalis, or Canto, giving more than 24.000m of elevation gain in 1.014km.

The fastest rider was Ulrich Barthomeos, crossing the finish line in just 47h 38min

 

And a big battle for second place between Sofiane Sehili and Omar di Felice who finished just 20 seconds before in 50h 28min and 50h 29min respectively.

2020

# TRANSPYRENEES2020

The second edition of Transpyrenees, with more than 100 riders before the COVID situation, counted finally with 87 riders caming from 18 countries.

The route was from Llançà to San Sebastián including 40 Cols, among them Tourmalet, Peyresourde, Aubisque or Pailhères, giving more than 27.000m of elevation gain in 1.000km.

The fastest rider was the Basque Oier Iturralde, crossing the finish line in just 67h 01min.

2019

# TRANSPYRENEES2019

Transpyrenees 2019 was the first non-stop ultra-cycling event in history to cross the Pyrenees from the Mediterranean Sea to the Atlantic coast.

82 cyclists of 14 nationalities took part in this first edition, starting in the Catalan town of Llançà and ending in the city of San Sebastián after 950km and 25,000m of positive elevation gain and more than 30 Cols.

The German Ulrich Bartholmös, later the first cyclist to also win #Transiberica2019, was the first to cross the finish line in just 50 hours and without sleep.

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