Competition Tight As Rebelle Enters Final Day of Competition.Our Rebelles are out in the expansive dunes of Glamis as we speak battling it out for their top spot in the Rebelle Rally, America’s first all-female navigation rally.With less than 30 points separating the top five competitors and with only three points between the top two deals, it will only be clear who’s won once the dust settles tonight as basecamp.Team 125, Charlene Bower and Kaleigh Hotchkiss, first-time navigation rally competitors currently lead the field over Gazelle Rally competitor Emme Hall and Rebecca Donaghe.Yesterday was a transit stage interrupted by a desert tortoise on the rally route—which means some competitiors had to wait
Rebecca Donaghe plots their team’s location enroute to Glamis Dunes.
Valerie Crockett and Ashley Lee take their Toyota 4Runner down a fast gravel road.
Angela Terry and Sarah Saxten change a flat tire on their Land Rover LR4.
Rescue 3’s motorcycle rapid response team meets with Karen Hoehn and Dana Saxten, who experienced a temporary vehicle failure.
2016 Rebelle Rally Field Update: Day 6