Julio Linares obtuvo meritorio segundo lugar en ultramaratón de 100 kilómetros

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Julio Linares, segundo de la izquierda.

El ultramaratonista mollendino Julio Linares Chávez obtuvo un meritorio segundo lugar en su categoría Varones Máster B, en la maratón “Perú 8mil Desert Challenge Paracas 100K 2018” que se desarrolló entre el 20 y 21 de julio último en la región Ica.

El destacado atleta de 63 años, logró un tiempo total de 18 horas con 56 minutos tras recorrer 100 kilómetros en medio de condiciones duras de competencia en el desierto de Paracas.

Julio Linares con el dorsal Nº 57, partió el viernes 20 de julio a las 5 pm y llegó a la meta al promediar el mediodía del sábado 21.

Tras la agotadora carrera, se espera la llegada del ultramaratonista en los siguientes días, debido a un proceso de recuperación propio de este tipo de competencias exigentes.

Resultados de la ultramaratón 100K.

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