They took up the challenge of the 16th edition of the Sahara Trail, held Saturday, November 2 in Zagora, which is spread over three levels of difficulty scattered in three events (52, 27 and 10 km).
An intense competition that attracted no less than 470 runners, women, and men, Moroccans, and foreigners who crossed different paths of stony paths, sand dunes, oases, all in a paradise setting.
For the first event, it was the German Lodder Farah who took it away by achieving a time of 07h01mn58sec. At the end of the second round, Morocco’s Raji Aziza (02h26mn01sec) took the first place, followed by Morocco’s Asma Bouddouar (2:47mn15sec) and Amina Mhamed (2:47mn20mn). As for the 10 km race, it was won by Morocco’s Hafsa Oukkadou with a time of 01h02mn24sec, followed by Ikram Bahmik (01h10mn03sec) and Laila Oukaddou (01h22mn54sec).