2018 Aguilas ITU Paratriathlon World Cup

06 May, 2018 • Aguilas, Spain
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The municipality has an area of approximately 253.7 km², with some 28 km of coastline. It is 105 km from the provincial capital, Murcia.

Águilas is built on the landward side of a small peninsula, between two bays—the Puerto Poniente, a good harbour, on the south-west, and the Puerto Levante, which is somewhat dangerous to shipping in rough weather, on the north-east. The town is at the terminus of a railway from Huercal-Overa.

Águilas houses numerous beaches, including Cala de la Cueva de las Palomas, Cala de la Herradura, Playa Amarilla, Playa de Calabardina, Playa de Calacerrada, Playa de Cope, Playa de la Cañada del Negro, Playa de la Casica Verde, Playa de la Cola, Playa de la Colonia, Playa de la Galera, Playa de la Higuerica, Playa de la Rambla Elena, Playa de las Pulgas, Playa de los Cocedores, Playa de Poniente, Playa del Arroz and Playa del Barranco de la Mar.

Three kilometres northeast of Aguilas is la Isla del Fraile (Monk Island), so named thanks to the similarity of the island’s silhouette to a monk’s hood. The island has a small rocky beach and a very steep geography. The top of the island gives way to a sudden drop down to the sea on the island’s back side. The island was inhabited by the Romans, who used it to export fish byproducts to Rome in amphorae. The remains of a Roman wall are still visible, as are a couple of structures of the early 20th century built by an eccentric British lord who lived on the island and used it for contraband purposes.

Adjacent to the island, on the mainland, is la Playa Amarilla, which is the coastal delineation of La Isla del Fraile residential development. This property was initially developed by Dr. Antonio Sáez Jimenez with basic infrastructure, including the road as well as the planting of hundreds of trees, and was known as Playa Niagara through the 1970s and 1980s. In the 1970s, graves from the Roman era were discovered on the property’s coast, facing the island.

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Athletes Briefing:

Saturday 5th May
18:00 Athletes Briefing

Auditorium Infanta Elena (Venue)

Entry Fee:

50 €


Media notes:

Daniel Marquez
comunicacion@triatlon.org

Event Schedule

Saturday 5th May
11:30 Bike Course Familiarization
12:00 Swim Familiarization
18:00 Athletes Briefing
19:00 Welcome Reception

Sunday 6th May
08:00 ITU Paratriathlon World Cup Start
08:00:00 PTS5 Men Start
08:01:00 PTS5 Women Start
08:03:00 PTVI1 M/W Start
08:06:16 PTVI2/3 Men Start (+3,16) 
08:06:42 PTVI2/3 Women Start (+3,42)       
08:08:00 PTS4 Men Start
08:09:00 PTS4 Women Start
08:10:00 PTS2-3 Men Start
08:11:00 PTS2-3 Women Start
08:25:00 PTWC1 M/W Start
08:28:00 PTWC2 Men Start (+3,00)   
08:28:58 PTWC2 Women Start (+3:58)

Closest Airport

Aguilas (Murcia)

Local Transportation

Murcia - San Javier (SJV) - 108 km
Almeria (LEI) - 124 km
Alicante (ALC) - 206 km

Host Hotel

Halcon Viajes Travel Agency
Araceli Garcia
araceligarcia@halconviajes.com
http://www.halcondeportes.halconviajes.com
+34 91 399 01 79

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    Spanish Triathlon Federation
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