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PATCO Triathlon Pan American Cup Race in La Paz Baja Sur

posted Jan 29, 2014, 2:03 PM by Hernan Cortes   [ updated Jan 29, 2014, 2:08 PM ]
El  Triatlón La Paz 2014. Evento que forma parte del Circuito Nacional FMTRI
La Paz PATCO Pan American Cup Triathlon 22. March 2014 with 2 different "main" categories to compete with the additional option for beginners to the sport to get their feets wet in this exciting and challenging sport.
The Sprint Triathlon which is a 750m swim, 20km bike section and a 5km running segment to the finish.
The start is planned on the Malecon of La Paz in front of the kiosk. Continuing along the Malecon, take the "Scenic Highway" to Costa Baja and return to La Marina Cortéz.

The "Olympic Triathlon" category is made up of 1500 meters swimming, a 48 kilometer bike race and a 10 kilometer run. Start on the Malecon of La Paz in front of the kiosk, continuing along the Malecon, take Scenic Highway, passing through Costa Baja, Playa Erendira, Playa Tesoro, Playa Pichilingue, Playa Balandra and return to kilometer 24 in Playa Balandra for the change to the run and return to the Malecón in La Paz finishing at the kiosk.
(Information obtained via organizers website).
To participate in events supported by the Mexican Triathlon Federation (FMTRI), a current membership with the Mexican Triathlon Federation is required.
The organizer talks about a 1,000 competitors limit. Maybe a little optimistic considering that 1000 starters are seldom reached at "classic" world-class triathlons like the Hawai IronMan or the Roth Triathlon.
In the mood for triathlon?? Here some video footage from Ironman Cozumel Mexico 2012.The Ironman Cozumel 2012 was a qualifier for the Ironman World Championship in Kona, Hawaii.  See Michelle Vesterby from Holland doing the triathlon and see the determination and energy involved to finish such a race.
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Start on the Malecon of La Paz at kiosk, continuing along the Malecon passing Costa Baja, Playa Erendira, Playa Tesoro, Playa Pichilingue, Playa Balandra and return to kilometer 24 Playa Balandra for the change to the run and return to the Malecón in La Paz finishing at the kiosk
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