Juarense triathletes prepare to participate in the Triathlon World Cup in Utah and the subsequent Boston Marathon a little over 42 kilometers
For 24 days, the triathlete from Juarez Araceli Solis will test the physical condition obtained in several months of training, first ran in the Triathlon World Cup in Utah 70.3 miles, and then on the track a little over 42 kilometers. Boston Marathon.
“This was the third World Cup that I have participated in. I did it because I am a triathlete. I really like triathlons and those events because you don’t always have the chance to qualify. , And participating in the World Cup as part of your course is very important,” Araceli commented.
On Saturday, September 18, the 40-year old border athlete will take part in the “Triathlon World Championship” in Utah. It will be her third time there.
Araceli said that she participated in the Boston Marathon ten years ago. However, she did not qualify for it, but instead went through an organization.
She will have three weeks from the Utah race to plan and prepare for the Boston Marathon. In 2018, she qualified, but was unable participate due to her baby. She later qualified for 2020. The competition was cancelled. I also traveled this year.
At the Utah World Cup, Araceli will swim two kilometers, then pedal 90 km to complete a half-marathon (21K), which will total 113km or 70.3 miles.
Araceli was trained for the Boston Marathon for two to three hours each day. The other half of his training included three to four hours on weekends. One of these was three weeks of intense training to recover. Araceli has attempted to combine triathlons and long distance running. He also managed to run marathons.
Juarez plans to complete the World Cup Tour within five and a-half hours. “They are pure canyons, like Mars,” so it will be difficult for them to cycle and run. We hope that it will end at more or less 1 o’clock in the afternoon and the temperature will boil around 40 degrees Celsius.”
“I am very confident in my training courses. I don’t think I’ve ever trained so well. I ran with runners who were faster than I was. This encouraged me to be more productive. I now run more on the streets. I’ve climbed many times so I’m very confident.
Araceli also hopes more people will learn this through sports and participation in entertainment and competitive activities.
“Because we can promote the development of the community, the more we can encourage the opening up of more spaces and places for people to live a healthy lifestyle, and we hope that the sidewalks that we have praised and taken away will soon be restored; we hope this, so we can be there next year Reis holds it.”
Name: Araceli Solís Tamez