The 2021 Telcel Mexico City Marathon live streaming held on 28 November in Mexico City, Mexico. The Mexico City Marathon is one of the greatest Marathon in the world. The Telcel Mexico City marathon distance is 42 km in length and the course is starts and finishes in the Mexico City.
Mexico City Marathon 2021 live online tv coverage starts on Sunday, November 28 at 8:00 am ET. Watch the Telcel Mexico City 2021 live stream on CDMX TV channels. Guide for the Mexico City Marathon race watch online free from anywhere, when the race is live coverage, TV channel, time, highlights and results. Anyone can enjoy this greatest event of the year.
Mexico City Marathon 2021 Time schedule:
- 14:00 (GMT)
Mexico City Marathon Live Streaming TV channels:
- CDMX TV channels
More information about Mexico City Marathon:
The Mexico City International Marathon is a 42,195-kilometer marathon that has been held every year since 1983 through the streets of Mexico City, generally in August. It is one of the main in Latin America and has the gold category awarded by the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) .1 By number of participants, it is one of the most important in Latin America and the fourth in the American continent, ninth globally and one of the fastest growing in terms of number of runners.2 In 2015, for sponsorship reasons, Telcel was added to its name, becoming the Mexico City Marathon Telcel.
The first marathon in Mexico City was held on September 25, 1983, leaving the Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez and aiming at the Monument to the Revolution.
The route of the route is a circuit that begins in the Zócalo of Mexico City, later the Paseo de la Reforma, enters the Polanco area, Chapultepec and through numerous important and historical places in the city such as the Ángel de la Independencia and the Palace of Fine Arts, among others. Later the route heads south to CU. In the 2013 edition, the marathon began in the Juárez Hemicycle and ended in Ciudad Universitaria, since the Zócalo was occupied by protesters from the National Coordinator of Education Workers.3 In 2018, for the 50 years of the 1968 Mexico Olympic Games, the route emulated almost the entire route of this event.2 In 2019, the traditional route was inverted with the aim that amateur runners – the bulk of the participants – could take advantage of the city’s orography to finish the race. carrera.4 This is the most important marathon in Mexico, which has around 30,000 runners made up of local and foreign people. This competition is the only one in Latin America that has the international sustainability certification of the Council for Responsible Sport, with the highest level: Evergreen.
Only two marathons in the world have this level of certification, the Chicago Marathon and the Mexico City Marathon.