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2017 RFC India: Gurmeet Virdi and Kirpal Tung regain lead after Day 3

Rahul Richard  | Updated: July 27, 2017, 02:45 PM IST

Day 3 of the 2017 Rainforest Challenge India continued to be a bit relaxed for both, the competitors and the officials. The special stages, which were held around the same campsite as Day 2 in Quepem, were a little more technical, but still comparatively easy, with just one or two winching points in each stage.

GurmeetGurmeet Virdi and Kirpal Tung regained their lead in the event after Day 3

Regaining the lead after the six stages are Gurmeet Virdi and Kirpal Tung, after setting the fastest time in two of them, and holding a total score of 1072 points. Moving down to second are Siddartha Santosh and Prithviraj AC with 1066 points, after rolling over in one of the stages during a winching procedure. Jagat Nanjappa and Chetan Changappa still hold third place with a score of 1021 points.

Day 4 of the 2017 RFC India will move to a new campsite, where stages will be significantly tougher for the competitors with dense jungles and river crossings.


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