Acuatlón Vallarta 2019

Estefanía Montes
Jun. 19, 2019

This Sunday, July 7th, 2019, at 8:00am, the fourth edition of one of the most well-rounded, and awaited sporting competitions will take place in the city: the Acuatlón Vallarta.

Downtown Puerto Vallarta will be the gathering point for a competition that combines running and swimming. It will start with a 1.25 km race (from the Malecón to Molino de Agua), to then enter the ocean and swim (a roundtrip) a 500-meter circuit, and finalize the route by going back to the starting point.

According to the organizers, they expect the participation of more than 300 competitors of different ages, and entities from around the country.

Until July 5th, 2019, the inscription price will be $450 pesos and will include a sports package which contains a shirt, swimming cap, bag of the event, commemorative medal, electronic chip, hydration and fruit, as well as medical assistance.

To learn more details about the competition, visit their official website.

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