Free entry to Legend of Sports exhibition in Fuengirola museum

Fernando Alonso's Ferrari Credit: Fuengirola Council

BOASTING more than 500 different items, there is free entry to Legend of Sports exhibition in Fuengirola museum.
Sports fans of all types will revel in this exhibition which brings together a whole collection of different objects related to the greatest national and international sports milestones and is especially topical due to the Tokyo Olympic Games.
Open Tuesday to Sunday from 6pm to 10pm (plus 10am to 2pm at weekends), the free exhibition will run until September 19 and concentrates on a significant number of popular sports as well recognising local athletes.
On display are items from different disciplines such as cycling (bicycle and yellow jersey from Miguel Induráin’s Tour de France), athletics (Usain Bolt’s gold shoes in Rio 2016), Formula 1 (Fernando Alonso’s single-seaters), basketball (NBA players jerseys and shoes such as Magic Johnson, Michael Jordan, Abdul-Jabbar, Kobe Bryant and Pau Gasol), tennis (Nadal and Santana), badminton (Carolina Marín), as well as Olympic torches, among many other objects.
Fernando Alonso‘s Ferrari, albeit without an engine is there to be enjoyed and the entire exhibition is supported by a selection of photographic and audio-visual material.
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