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August 16, 2010
Reporting: Diana Dobson
The New Zealander who finished third in the 1000-kilometre Mongol Derby says the aches and pains are not nearly as bad as she imagined.
"I'm doing really well actually," said Madonna Harris, who is Equestrian Sports New Zealand's endurance high performance leader.
"I'm not anywhere near as sore as I thought I might be."
The Aucklander led for several days and remained in contention for most of the race, but in the end finished three hours behind American Justin Nelzen and two-time derby veteran Saskia van Heeren, from South Africa.
Nelzen and van Heeran ended the race only a few metres apart...
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