Spain the country with more representation in the Ironman 70.3 of Cascais

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The Ironman 70.3 from Cascais is not only Portugal's most international triathlon but also one of the sporting events that attracts the most participants from all over the world.

There are still more than 100 days to celebrate the second edition of the Ironman 70.3 from Cascais - Portugal and the organization has announced the ten countries with the highest representation among those registered.

Spain it stands out as first country by number of athletes with 19% of enrollees, followed very closely by Portugal with the 18%. As is usual in most European tests of the Ironman circuit, the Reino United It also presents an important participation, in this case it is the third country in the ranking with the 14% of those registered. The fourth place is for the Countries Low and the fifth for Brazil, un country that despite being in South America closes the top5 of registrants, due in part to the strong ties that bind him to Portugal.

Nationalities Ironman 70.3 Cascais

Last year, the Ironman 70.3 from Portugal sold out the inscriptions weeks before its celebration, hanging the poster "Sold out" with 2.200 participants. If this year the forecasts are fulfilled, as it is being the case, and seeing the reference of the percentage of Spanish people enrolled, we calculate that in the next Ironman 70.3 from Cascais will have more than 400 triathletes from Spain, being the triathlon with greater participation of Spaniards outside the national territory.

Two classics with a large number of Spaniards are the Frankfut Ironman (approx 200 registered) and the Nice one (approx 100 registered), so that the 70.3 of Portugal will be able to double the Frankfurt register.

Finally, remember that the IM 70.3 of Cascais will play the September 30, you can find all the information in the official website test

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