Triathlon in Ecuador
A “triathlon” is defined as a three-part sports swimming, cycling, and running. The three sports are contested as a continuous event without a rest.Triathlon history dates back to the early 1970s and originated with the San Diego Track Club. Countries picked it up.
The rules of a triathlon may vary due to local laws. There are many basic rules, also. There are: know the safety of you and others, treat everyone with respect, avoid the use of abusive language and no cheating.
The number of players depends on where the triathlon is. The length of the game depends. The winner is who completes the cycling, running and swimming the fastest. The ranking in Ecuador depends on the time.
Ecuador begins with a 1.2-mile swim in the Pacific Ocean. Athletes then embark on a one-loop, 56-mile bike course that travels along the coast and then inland, before reaching the return point at Crucita. Finally, a two-loop, flat and fast 13.1-mile run course
The basic strategies are just simply to run, cycle and swim.In any of the games and if one of the players has a third "Major Penalty" then the player will have a three-day suspension
Shoes, a wetsuit, goggles, and other kinds of equipment is used depending on your preferences and the rules. International and major league are two of the leagues for a triathlon.
Since it's beginning, the triathlon has changed in many ways. It has become a lot longer, more complex, and it usually changes based on where it takes place.
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