Mallorca 140.6 Triathlon limits entries to 600 athletes

Mallorca 140.6 Triathlon: international long and half distance triathlon due to take place on September 25th in Playa de Muro, Mallorca.

The event organisers have limited its entry limits to conform to health and safety measures stipulated for sport events announced by the Balearic Islands Government based on the current Covid-19 health situation.

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Organisation of the Mallorca 140.6 Triathlon within strict safety guidelines will hopefully ensure that the event can take place with utmost safety to the athletes and staff.

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“We are living in tough and uncertain times in which it is difficult to control situations beyond our control as an organisation, but it is our responsability to take decisions to give the maximum guarantees to the triathletes who have chosen the Mallorca 140.6 Triathlon.

“These decisions, such as the one to cancel the 2020 edition and returning the registration fee, are made by applying transparency and taking care of the participants, which is the objective and philosophy of this race”, states David Thompson, Race Director.

You can visit the race website HERE.

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