Lisboa International Triathlon

Date: Saturday 02 May 2015 Add To Calendar
Location: Lisboa (Portugal)

swim in the artificial lake that surrounds the famous Lisbon’s Oceanário, where sharks, manta rays, seals and other marine creatures live peacefully. It’s a very spectator friendly swim venue, your friends and family will be able to walk alongside you across the course, if they wish. Bike – Oriente e IC2 Into your bike gear and onto the bike. You will be guided away from the Oriente area, a major intersection of Lisbon’s transport system, and you will enter the IC2, a major highway that is totally closed to traffic for you to enjoy, with the beautiful scenery of the Tejo Delta (Lisbon’s emblematic river) as the backdrop. It’s a multi-lap bike course and each lap you will come back to the Parque das Nações. Drafting is not allowed. Run – Parque das Nações Back to Parque das Nações for the last time on your bike, you will drop your bike off and take on the challenge of the fast, flat and multi-lap run course alongside the river. Your biggest challenge will be the heat and the desire to get as fast as you can to the finish line, cheered on by your friends and family, passers-by and sport loving spectators.

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