Raju Chagger, representing Rallies Commission of KMSF at a press briefing held at Nairobi’s San Valencia Gardens yesterday, said Loldaiga will be the event’s marathon stage featuring a grueling 53km.

Friday June 27 will see crews tackle the 8km stage at Turaco, proced to an 8km Kisima stage, before ending the Day’s competitive run with the 3.1km spectator stage at Batian View. Crews will then take an overnight rest then restart on Saturday June 28.
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Courtesy of Standard Digital News

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