Penyagolosa Trails | Predictions fulfilled: Marta Molist wins MiM 2021
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Predictions fulfilled: Marta Molist wins MiM 2021


16 Oct Predictions fulfilled: Marta Molist wins MiM 2021

A duel of titans between the runners Marta Molist and Gemma Arenas ended with Marta Molist being the first to cross the finish line at 12:28, with a time of 06:28:04.

Gemma Arenas and Eva Mesado complete MiM’s female podium.

All eyes were on Marta Molist, Gemma Arenas and Eva Mesado, the three runners who have won the Penyagolosa Trails 2021 MiM. The victory however went to Marta Molist, after being the first to finish the race with a time of 06:28:04. This adds another success to her long list of sports achievements. Molist came with the desire to win and she did it, after a titanic fight with Gemma Arenas, who finished second with a time of 06:37:54. During the course of the race both fought for the leadership. Gemma was the head of the race for the first half of the course, but Marta got ahead while passing through Les Useres (31.5km) dominating the entire second half of the course and finally obtaining the victory. Meanwhile, Eva Mesado completes the podium with a time of 06:56:37, reaching the third position, which she maintained throughout the 60km of the Marató i Mitja.

The latest winner, Marta Molist, accumulates a new victory to what is undoubtedly the best year of her sports career. Recent Spanish Ultratrail champion in Tenerife (71km), bronze in the last Skyrunning World Championship and winner of the 100km of the CCC, she has now taken the first position in the Penyagolosa Trails 2021 MiM. Meanwile, Gemma Arenas has three victories in Penyagolosa Trails (one in the 2016 MiM and two in the CSP, in 2017 and 2019), and, this year she placed second in the 100km race of the Salomon Ultra Pirineu and has been proclaimed runner-up in the Skyrunning world championship.