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Offline Palperro

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Re: Hardest tar legs
« Reply #25 on: June 12, 2017, 05:08:54 PM »
IDK but to me the Israel and Poland legs from TARAUS 1 looked both physically and mentally exhausting.
Por ti volaré
Espera que llegaré
Mi fin de trayecto eres tú
Para vivirlo los dos


Offline CanadianOwl

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Re: Hardest tar legs
« Reply #26 on: June 14, 2017, 08:05:52 PM »
How has no one mentioned Tar 29 leg 10. I honestly think that was the most physically demanding leg I've ever seen.
Yeah, I agree with you. Very hot and humid, bike transportation throughout most of the leg, physically demanding roadblock, a very tedious boat task (that might've been another roadblock if they didn't have an amputee running the leg), and climbing up the stairs of a mountain to the pit stop.

One of the hardest TAR legs in recent memory


Offline amazingracefan/-1

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Re: Hardest tar legs
« Reply #27 on: June 15, 2017, 09:03:54 PM »
Nobody has mentioned leg 3 of TAR 20 yet. A very difficult detour with the watermelon pyramid or the near impossible harp challenge. The roadblock which was the bottle dance was pratically impossible for anyone without a flat head, followed by a lengthy and demanding sprint to the pit stop. This was the first leg a team (Rachel and Dave) finished without completing any challenges. (Penalty and express pass)

 

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