The key moment of the preparation of #Eurafrica18 has arrived, that moment when all you have left to do is reduce the pace of training, rest, hydrate and start to define our race strategy.
In this article we want to remind you all the technical information of the modalities of Eurafrica Trail and some last minute advice from the Eurafrica technical direction.
The start of the runners in the VisitGibraltar Vertical Race will be made in couples, with a time of 30 seconds each, leaving the Elite runners individually with a time between them of one minute.
Next week we will announce the starting order on our website and on all social networks, so that you are at the time that corresponds to you under the starting arc of #Eurafrica18.
In order to avoid problems with the areas of spikes that may be on the route, from the organization of Eurafrica Trail recommends the use of long mesh and / or compression stockings trying to minimize the discomfort.
With the change of time, some of the runners of the #MagicCadiz50 it is possible that they make the last runners of the test with little light, reason why from the organization we recommend the use of frontal, that although it is not obligatory, is between the recommended material of Eurafrica Trail.
Due to the technical complexity of the African stage of Eurafrica18 and the special characteristics of the terrain, from Eurafrica Trail we recommend the use of gloves to protect the hands in the hard ascents to the Jbel Musa.
Likewise, in order to avoid risks in the descent technique of the Jbel Musa, which will be carried out twice, this will be neutralized, prohibiting overtaking and running in this stretch. This incident will be duly signalled by the volunteers and members of the organisation.
It is also recommended the continuous hydration throughout the event.
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