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The Yaboty Ultra Marathon is the closest thing to a tribal competition. An international ritual, in which hundreds of people from all over the world meet. No one wants to miss the incredible adventure of running through the missionary jungle. The stage is everything. Get wet full body in streams, slopes, rivers and missionary waterfalls . Feel the mud of the red earth and the moist air penetrate through all the pores of the skin. Contemplating the exuberance of nature with the heart throbbing is priceless. Jungle, jungle and more jungle. That's the Yaboty Ultra Marathon.
The competition takes place in the city of El Soberbio, on the banks of the Uruguay River, on missionary lands. The marathon lasts from 3 to 5 September . It is one of the largest events in the world on call. In addition, because it consists of an international trail and ultra trail running race in jungle and hills geography. In the 2020 edition, Argentina and Brazil are both host countries.
The Yaboty Ultra Marathon offers options for everyone who wants to perspire in the missionary jungle. There are the classic “nonstop” races with different travel distances. From 11 to 50 kilometers. There are also the international and, lastly, recreational steps. In them, there is a very interesting option for smaller runners, called Kids.
In the last edition, the marathon had a significant number of participants. About 1500 people enjoyed this great party. The big winners in the longest mode (70 km) were Neuquino Luis Emilio Trujillo and Alicia Nelly López.
Publication Date: 08/06/2020
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