The return of the Mexico City Marathon is just around the corner. It will be this Sunday, November 28, when all running lovers meet again, after the COVID-19 pandemic prevented it from taking place in 2020.
After the highest peak of the pandemic in our country, activity in the capital has been recovering little by little and the advance in vaccination and the downward trend of infections have allowed this important sporting event to return to the streets of the capital.
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The Mexico City Marathon is divided into blocks, according to the category of runners, which was distributed as follows:
Elite block, wheelchair and visually impaired: 06:20 hours
Block A: 06:30 hours
Block B: 07:30 hours
Block C: 08:30 hours
What is the route?
According to the Director of the CDMX Marathon, Javier Carvallo, the route is designed to explore the capabilities of the runners, since the route allows participants to run a faster race, due to the slopes they will encounter in the first half of the route.
Source: Maratón de la Ciudad de México