The winner of the PIN-FAN was Sergeant Miguel Angel Martín Hidalgo
El Tercio de Armada (TEAR), based in San Fernando has held the seventh race FAN-PIN at the adjacent barracks. This test, in which five kilometer journey combine land, mud and water, is close to extreme sports and is part of the routine training of the marines TEAR decades.
The output resistance of the test took place in the plain of the San Carlos barracks at 1130 hours, in swimming across to Pine Island, where participants had to overcome a hint of artificial obstacles. Subsequently returned to swimming across the pipe 18 to finally go through a stretch of mud through a marsh area.
In this issue has involved more than nine Marines, along with personnel from other military units of the population of San Fernando. The winner was the same Sgt Miguel Angel Martín Hidalgo for the Society of Motion Beach and General Support of the Brigade of Marines, who spent a time of 28 minutes and 28 seconds.
The objective of such tests is to make a hard and demanding sport in which, together with the physical preparation, other factors no less important as the spirit of sacrifice, will power and a desire for improvement, according to the note Press received from the TEAR.