The Long Distance Triathlon World Championship to be held on July 29 in Vitoria has reached the number of 500 registered with six months to go.
As confirmed by the organization yesterday, a total of eleven countries have formalized the registration for the different categories of age groups.
The 500 registered triathletes come from Denmark, the United States, Canada, Austria, Belgium, Finland, Germany, Ireland, Luxembourg, the Netherlands and Portugal.
These eleven countries add 234 registrations, to which must be added those pre-registered as Spanish age groups, 264 men, 28 women and 5 paratriathletes.
On December 31, the term ended with the first subsidized cut, 100 euros for Spaniards and 125 for foreigners, after which there are already 500 registered athletes from eleven countries.
The final list of participants in age groups will be known on May 29, although the forecasts point to a total of 1.300 registered.
Spain, as the organizing country, has 25 places for each age group.
Until May 29, the second registration period is open, which will go up to 125 euros for Spaniards and 150 euros for foreigners, and as of May 30, the fee will increase by 25 euros more