This next October 31 the bonus period will end to sign up for the test that was born to be the benchmark for long distance on the island of Mallorca, the Mallorca 140.6 Triathlon
The test will have two distances: Full and Half
The queen distance is named after the total sum of its journey in miles, 140.6, which equals 226 kilometers.
In total, athletes will have to complete 3.800 meters of swimming, 180 kilometers of cycling segment (two laps to a circuit in which it is not allowed to roll in a platoon), and 42.195 meters of running on foot to the finish line in the beach in Alcudia .
They can also participate in the medium distance test, Mallorca 140.6 Half, on the distance of 1,9-90-21
Swimming will take place on an 1.900 m circuit in Playa de Muro next to the 1 Transition zone.
Triathletes participating in the 140.6 distance must make 2 laps to the circuit, leaving the water to travel a few meters along the beach before starting the second round.
The cycling circuit will have 90km with 500m of unevenness per lap. Participants of 140.6 must complete 2 laps.
It will run through several municipalities in Mallorca: Muro, Santa Margalida, Maria de la Salut, Ariany, Sineu, Llubí, Sa Pobla and Alcúdia.
The foot race circuit will be approximately 10,3km long, participants of the 140.6 distance must complete 4 laps and Half participants must complete 2 laps.
The circuit will have an 0 slope.
The LD returns to Mallorca
After several years without a long distance test on the island, it aspires to become a world reference for amateurs and professionals.
End Bonus Price
Remember, this next October 31 the bonus period will end to enroll in the test
Further information: www.mallorca140-6triathlon.com
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