São Paulo Prepares for Brazil’s 93rd São Silvestre Marathon

The race through the streets of São Paulo on New Year’s Eve is considered the oldest and most prestigious races in the country.

By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter

SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL - Thousands of marathon runners are gearing up for what is considered the most important race event in Latin America, the São Silvestre race held on the last day of the year through the streets of São Paulo.

According to organizers the 30,000 spots for the 15 km race this year have been filled by runners from all over Brazil and abroad.

The race through the streets of São Paulo on New Year’s Eve is considered the oldest and most prestigious races in the country. The . . .

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