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VM Sparkling Quy Nhon postponed to 2022

Created 07 August 2021
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Due to the complicated developments of Covid-19, the organizers of VnExpress Marathon Sparkling Quy Nhon has decided to postpone the event to the summer of 2022.

Athletes run on Thi Nai Bridge in VnExpress Marathon Quy Nhon 2020. Photo by VnExpress.

The decision was made the People's Committee of Binh Dinh Province and VnExpress, aiming to ensure safety for the athletes, the community as well as the quality of the event.

Athletes run on Thi Nai Bridge in VnExpress Marathon Quy Nhon 2020. Photo by VnExpress.

Athletes run on Thi Nai Bridge in VnExpress Marathon Quy Nhon 2020. Photo by VnExpress.

All runners' Bibs will be reserved and the tickets for the tournament will still be sold at Regular prize.

Held in the south central province of Binh Dinh for the first time in 2019, VM Quy Nhon has been through two consecutive seasons and become one of the biggest sporting events in the province, attracting both amateurs and elite runners in the country. Many athletes have remarked on the beautiful running track, great prizes and professional organizing that enhance the event's attractiveness.

VM Quy Nhon track goes through coastal roads and urban areas, and a memorable highlight is Thi Nai, one of the longest sea bridges in Southeast Asia.

The tournament is organized by VnExpress and Binh Dinh Provincial People's Committee, with the cooperation of Hung Thinh Corporation.

 

Source: VNE

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