Mighty Mujer Triathlon entry fees increase beginning April 1

El Paso News
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Participant entry-fees for El Paso’s only women’s triathlon event, The Mighty Mujer Triathlon, will go up by $10 beginning on Sunday.

Registrants can enter online now for $100. The fee increases to $110 from April 1 to April 20. All entry fees are non-refundable and include a race shirt, finisher medal, water bottle, athlete bag, swim cap, post-race snacks and drinks, Athlete Expo and chip timing!

Participants can enter as a team or as an individual. 

The Mighty Mujer is an all-female race that features two distances: The Super Sprint and Sprint. Both distances begin with a 300-yard swim inside Memorial Pool followed by a bike route (one loop for Super Spring, two loops for Sprint). Racers will finish with a run through Memorial Park (two loops for Super Sprint, three loops for Sprint). 

Race day is Saturday, April 21 beginning at 7:30 a.m. at Memorial Park Pool. KTSM will be airing the event on air with continuing coverage on Facebook during the triathlon. 

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