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This is how Luis Enrique’s legs looked after doing one of the toughest MTB races in the world – MTB

The former Spanish coach participated in Cape Epic

A few months after leaving the captaincy of the Spanish national team, Luis Enrique returned to one of his passions, participating for the third time in Cape Epic, the “mountain bike” race considered the most difficult in the world. After participating in 2013 and 2018, the 52-year-old Spaniard added another medal to his curriculum and showed that age does not prevent him from taking on challenges of this magnitude. And when it comes to toughness…it really is! There are 658km over the course of eight days, with over 15,000m of positive difference. The stiffness that Lucho felt in his legs, left in the condition that can be seen in the ‘tweet’ below.

It should be noted that this year Luis Enrique ran in dedication to Juan Carlos Unzue, former Barcelona player and assistant who fights amyotrophic lateral sclerosis – with whom he completed this adventure in 2013. This year he was accompanied by Thomas Latorre – launch partner of the year 2018 -, 316th place, with 45: 17.32 hours.

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