After the success of Spains ICAN events in Majorca, Malaga and Valladolid, ICAN Triathlon takes another step in its growth and announces its leap to the international scene, in particular to Germany.
With the new ICAN Nordhausen 2013, to be held on August 25, this triathlon will be held in the form Half-Triathlon (1.9 km swim, 90 km bike, 21 km run).
The course will begin with the sector Sundhauser swimming in the lake, for the first challenge in Scheunenhof.
The athletes will then depart and ride 90 km by bike, cycling by the spectacular setting at the foot of the Harz Mountains, and Auleben Uthleben direction, reaching Gorsbach to continue to Urbach and Steigerthal.
The cycling challenge for triathletes will be in Mount Buchholzer Berg, and from there will go Stempeda to rotate in the direction of Buchholz and Petersdorf, before returning to Nordhausen.
There will be a smaller run, which runs by Leimbach and Steigerthal, and again by the Berg Buchholzer Stempeda direction, before returning to Nordhausen. In total a cumulative altitude of only 550 meters.
The running course will be a five-kilometer circuit in the call Promenade, touring the parks of the city, its historic center and the arrival in the Square Theatre Nordhausen in the heart of the city.
Nordhausen is located in the German state of Thuringia, in the geographical center of Germany and at the foot of the Harz Mountains.
A beautiful town of over 45,000 inhabitants and is 273 kilometers from Berlin, 146 from Hannover, or 140 of Lepzig.
In addition, Nordhausen's monuments include the statue of Roland, the seventeenth century, considered a symbol of the city.
Nordhausen also features the Cathedral of the Holy Cross (Dom Heiligen Zum Kreuz), built in the middle of the tenth century, the Romanesque church of Frauenberger Kirche (St Mary auf dem Berg), the Tower of San Pedro (Petriturm) or the Kunsthaus Meyenburg , a Jugendstil villa from the early twentieth century that houses a small museum of contemporary art.
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