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The secret of the third Dakar of Sainz: four months without a day of rest and no fried eggs or ham

2020-01-18T01:20:14.687Z

"For a veteran it's not bad." The sly tone, mixed with the euphoria of the moment, was Carlos Sainz's first resource as soon as he got out of the car, heading for the Qiddiyah podium.



  • MIGUEL A. HERGUEDAS

    @herguedas

Updated Friday, January 17, 2020 - 10:35 p.m.

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"For a veteran it's not bad." The sly tone, mixed with the euphoria of the moment, was Carlos Sainz's first resource as soon as he got out of the car, heading for the Qiddiyah podium. "You have to work very hard," he added later, with that serious, somewhat civil servant, of hundreds of elite athletes. His, however, were not hollow words. The triple champion of the Dakar, 57, had again broken his own longevity record in the toughest rally in the world. Only he has dominated in

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