The Polvoranca Park will host in September the 1st Ciudad de Leganés Triathlon

The City Council, together with the Du Cross Series, have created the first edition of this test, which will be held on September 18. The circuit will have almost 25 kilometers divided between swimming, mountain biking and running.

The Leganés City Council, in collaboration with the Du Cross Series circuit, has created the first edition of the City of Leganés Triathlon, a test that will be held in Polvoranca Park next Sunday, September 18. The cross will consist of three swimming, cycling and running events.

The circuit that has been designed for this popular test consists of a total of almost 25 kilometers. The first part, which will begin at 10:30 am on that Sunday in September, is about 900 meters of swimming in the Mari Pascuala lagoon of the park. This test is followed by 20 kilometers of mountain biking around the perimeter of Polvoranca. Then, four kilometers of continuous running on foot, around the lagoon, will conclude the triathlon test.

According to the Councilor for Sports of Leganés, Juan Manuel Álamo, the municipal technicians have carried out health studies in the Mari Pascuala lagoon to guarantee the good state of the water when carrying out the test.

Participants must register during the week before the test (starting Tuesday, September 13) through the website www.ducrosseries.es. All athletes taking part in the triathlon will be provided with supplies, accident insurance and a gift bag from the Decathlon store.

The Paidesport sports center also participates in the sponsorship of the event, giving participants a three-day voucher at its facilities and a diploma and a free month at its center for the winners of each competition category.

Source: sermadridsur.com

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