Pilgrimsvandra - Inko Perä

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Inko Perä has already done 403.5 km

Currently at N-120, 24320 Sahagún, León, Spain
Latest activity on the course at 16:57, Monday, 3 August.
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Days until challenge ends 27.
Keep up the good work. You are 387 km from reaching Santiago de Compostela.
Percent done: 51%. Currently you average 6.2 km/day. At this pace you'll be done in 63 days on Tuesday, 6 October.
You need to average 14.3 km/day to reach goal before Monday, 31 August.

Kristian Blomstrand is 9.2 km behind. Richard Pauly is 19.3 km ahead.

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Wind 0.89 m/s from ENE

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