The Amador Causeway will witness as talented athletes duke it out during the second triathlon of the Ironman 70.3 in Panama. To the worry of many who are coming to participate in the event, the defending champion of the competition will be in attendance. This is the New Zealand triathlete Bevan Docherty, who has confirmed that he will be looking to defend his title, which he won last year in a bitter battle against the American Lance Armstrong.
With a prize pool of $75,000 for the professional triathletes, the second Ironman 70.3 Panama is scheduled for Sunday, February 3. Some 765 athletes from 35 countries around the world will compete to earn one of the 40 positions available for the 70.3 World Championship in Henderson, Las Vegas, to take place on September 8 this year.
Everything is in place for the XLII Industrial, Agricultural, Tourism and Craft Fair of Veraguas, based in Soná, to begin, announced Iván De Icaza, chairman of the fair board.
The Panama Tourism Authority (ATP) seeks to establish regulation and certification to guarantee that whale-watching tourism is done in a sustainable manner.
Every year the Panamanian Carnival grows as a cultural, economic and tourist event of great importance at the national and international level. With the approach of these festivities, the National Police headquarters were honored on Thursday, January 24 by a visit from Her Majesty Virginia Hernández, Queen of Carnival of the City 2013, accompanied by her princesses Nabil González and Rocío Lezcano.