El Andalucía Doñana Challenge, a competition organized by the Ministry of Education and Sport, will celebrate its thirteenth edition on Saturday October 1 2022 in the town of Sanlúcar de Barrameda.
Since tomorrow Tuesday June 7, starting at 10.30:XNUMX in the morning, the period will open so that all athletes who wish to can formalize their registration to participate in the competition.
The deadline to register for the test will end at 23.59:20 p.m. September 80 (€100 for federated members and €XNUMX for non-federated members).
As in previous editions, those who formalize their registration until July 20 will have a discount on the price of it (€70 for federated members and €90 for non-federated members).
Currently, the Doñana Challenge is one of the toughest endurance events held. It is a long-distance triathlon made up of three different modalities: cycling, swimming and running.
What differentiates it from other triathlon events is the order and distance of the disciplines; as well as its journey through places and environments of singular beauty and sensitivity, such as the mouth of the Guadalquivir and the Doñana National Park.
News in the circuit
The last edition brought some novelties in terms of the distances of the route, which are also maintained in this one.
In the cycling segment, the distance to be covered, through various towns in the province of Cadiz, is once again 80 km; in swimming, the mouth of the Guadalquivir will be crossed for 1,4 km; and the foot race along the Doñana beach, 20 kilometers.
The limitation to participation in the competition will be 250 triathletes and the start time will be at 12.00:XNUMX from the Avenida de Bajo Guía.
For more information on the Andalucía Desafío Doñana, you can consult the official website: www.desafiodonana.com.
The test is organized by the Ministry of Education and Sports of the Junta de Andalucía, with the technical support of the Andalusian Triathlon Federation, and the collaboration of the municipalities of Sanlúcar de Barrameda and Trebujena and the Doñana Natural Area.