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Race against the clock in Cap d’Ail games

Race against the clock in Cap d’Ail games

By Cassandra Tanti - October 8, 2019

The Athletic Games Cap d’Ail are the perfect blend of athleticism and playful fun for those looking to challenge themselves and maybe even try something new.

This third edition of the games is sure to inspire competitors who enjoy stepping outside the boundaries to take on challenges created to show off athletic prowess and have some fun doing it.

The games, organised by World Class Monaco, are being held this Saturday 12th October from 9am to 4pm on Cap Marquet Beach. Participants are invited to try their hands at a succession of tests while beating the clock.

A 10km running race awaits competitors, who must manoeuvre through 10 obstacle course events successfully and reach the finish line. Some of the extras include a kayaking event, endurance and strength tests, and some silly fun in the form of jumping like a kangaroo and piggy-back races.

The games are open to athletes of all levels. To take part, contestants must have a partner (man-man, woman-woman or mixed) and register online at

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