Despite the festive atmosphere in the photo, we take security issues very seriously.
Health and Safety Plan preparatory meeting, with the presence of leaders of the medical team and the security forces, under the coordination of the organizers of the run and with close supervision of the town council technicians.
Planning is detailed but the goal is simple: to ensure that everything will be fine, even if something goes wrong.
It is important to recall all athletes to the following:
The organization will NOT provide a tent for the athletes to rest or stay overnight. There will be a free campsite area where every athlete / team can install his own tent;
Saturday afternoon, during 24 h Portugal, the band Musaikos will play and animate those who come to our event.
Both athletes and visitors will have the pleasure of attending a concert of this cheerful and fun quintet that includes in its repertoire various genres, such as pasodoble, swing and rock.
To animate you all and help forget tiredness, Mosaikos will ensure animation both at the paddock and also along the track – their capable of anything.
At two months distance from the run, more than 90% of the available vacancies are already filled.
Rush, if you want to participate in 24 h Portugal.
More news tomorrow, 22nd July, during the event presentation to the media.
24 h Portugal has just establish a partnership that increases the visibility required to our project, as well as support for the dissemination of sports initiatives aimed at increasing healthy habits of our population. It is with great joy that we count with Banco BIC as naming sponsor of our event.
We’re pleased to announce that, as it happened in the 2014 edition, we’ll have the privilege to have the support of highly qualified professionals of the prestigious clinic FISIOGLOBAL that, during all 24 hours of the event, will ensure free massages for 24 h Portugal athletes.
Nothing will miss!
The Latvian 24 hours road race recordist, with a 243,991km mark, confirms its presence in 24 h Portugal.
Janis Actins, that recently reached a brilliant 30th place in 24-hour World Cup (a run in which 132 athletes surpassed the milestone of 200 km) and has in his curriculum a Latvia national championship for 50km distance and two championships for 100km, prepares his next big challenge for 2015.
From the curriculum of this former orienteer, now dedicated to ultramarathons, and who has participated in 42 marathons, we can also highlight presences in some emblematic runs, like Spartathlon or Transgrancanaria.
In fact the flights head to Oporto, but 24 h Portugal Organization ensures free two-ways shuttle from Oporto to the run premises, in Vale de Cambra. Continue reading Low cost flights from everywhere to 24 h Portugal