24-04-2017 di redazione
Watamu confirms even this year's the fixed appointment with the Triathlon.
Sports that brings together three disciplines like racing, cycling and swimming in one competition, reaches this year's eighth edition in the Kenyan resort.
The 2017 edition will take off from the beach on Turtle Bay Beach on Saturday, April 29, and will follow a path that will allow not only sportsmen, but also spectators, to enjoy the most breathtaking views of Watamu, between sea and nature.
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