Tour de Alto Mare

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Ash racing with his Totodile, guided by Latias and Latios
The prize for winning the tournament

The Tour de Alto Mare (Japanese: ポケモン水上レース Pokémon Water Race) is an anime-exclusive water chariot tournament held annually in Alto Mare. It was featured in Pokémon Heroes: Latios & Latias.

In the competition, Trainers race on floating platforms pulled by Water-type Pokémon through Alto Mare's canals. There are security guards stationed around the course and most connecting waterways are either cleared or blocked off to avoid collisions with ships. Winners are awarded a glass medallion, an ode to Venice's historic blown glass-making industry, depicting the Legendary Latias and Latios surrounding the Soul Dew.

Ross was a previous winner of the Tour de Alto Mare.

Pokémon entered in the tournament

Trainer Pokémon Place
Misty Corsola Corsola Winner
Ross Wailmer Wailmer Runner-up
Ash Totodile Totodile DNF
Other Pokémon
Wartortle
Wartortle
Golduck
Golduck
Poliwrath
Poliwrath
Tentacruel
Tentacool
Seadra
Seadra
Starmie
Starmie
Magikarp
Magikarp
Vaporeon
Vaporeon
Chinchou
Chinchou
Lanturn
Lanturn
Azumarill
Azumarill
Quagsire
Quagsire
Qwilfish
Qwilfish
Mantine
Mantine


In other languages

Language Title
Germany Flag.png German Wasser-Pokémon-Wettrennen
Italy Flag.png Italian Giro di Alto Mare
Spain Flag.png Spanish Tour de Altomare
Sweden Flag.png Swedish Tour de Alto Mare

Trivia

  • The Tour de Alto Mare contains many references to annual boating festivals like the Vogalonga and Regata Storica, which are held in Venice; Venice itself served as the real-life inspiration for Alto Mare.


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