Hispaman Xtreme Triathlon confirmed for 2020

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Hispaman Xtreme Triathlon will return on September 26th 2020

The Spanish race of XTRI World Tour announces date for its third edition

The XTRI World Tour returns to Spain on September 26th 2020 for the third edition of the Hispaman Xtreme Triathlon (www.hxtri.com). Athletes from 22 countries raced in the second edition in September this year.

VIEW HISPAMAN XTREME GALLERIES: 2018 | 2019

Hispaman is one of the nine events of the XTRI World Tour, a series formed by extreme triathlons in unique and stunning locations. Hispaman Xtreme Triathlon is a qualifying race for the XTRI World Championship, for which it awards four direct slots.

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The event

Athletes face 3.8km of swimming, 180km of cycling with an elevation gain of 3,400 meters and 42 km of running with 2,000 meters of cumulative elevation gain.

Hispaman 2019

Testing both physical and mental strength, the race begins at the Nort Beach, near to the Peñíscola Castle, and finishes in Vistabella del Maestrat, at an altitude of 1,250 meters.

Hispaman Xtreme Triathlon 2019

A journey between nature and history

Inspired by the essence of triathlon, Hispaman Xtreme Triathlon goes back to the roots of the sport and the tradition of the lands it crosses. It is a demanding, long-distance triathlon; an opportunity to share a life-enriching experience with triathletes from around the world.

Hispaman Xtreme Triathlon 2019

More information at: www.hxtri.com

Hispaman 2019

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