It has been organized by the Turó Caritg Neighborhood Association, together with the Acció Badalona Platform and the Piferrer Salut Alta Merchants Association
There will be two main races, although both will take place on the seafront: one of 5 km and another of 10 km
The Turó Caritg Neighborhood Association of Badalona (Barcelonès) has organized jointly with Badalona Action Platform and the Merchants Association Piferrer Salut Altaand with the collaboration of the City Council of Badalona, the X Rare Diseases Charity Racewhich will be held on February 27, 2022, at 10:30 a.m., on the Badalona promenade.
The ‘Cursa’ is open to all citizens over fourteen years of age, although from the organization they remind that those under 18 years of age will have to be accompanied by an adult who is responsible for them and that the legal guardians will have to deliver a signed authorization when Pick up the child’s bib number.
There will be two main racesalthough both will take place on the seafront: one of 5 km and another of 10 km. The 5Km can be done on foot. A race has also been prepared 400 meters (for children from 6 to 9 years old) and a 700 meters (for children 10 to 12 years old), which are free. However, from the organization they insist that the maximum time to finish the race will be 1 hour and 50 minutes.
“The inscription has a cost of 10 euros for the participants of the yellow chip in property and of 12 for those who do not have a chip”, point out the organizers. Thus, runners who want a t-shirt will have to pay 5 euros more. Registration will close on February 24.
As host of the ‘Cursa’, the activity will feature the Paralympic runner from Badalona Melany Berges2016 European champion in 400 meters and Olympic Diploma in 400 meters at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games, among other achievements.
The Race is Beneficial with Minority or Rare Diseases and the benefits will go to the IGTP Research Institute of the Germans Trias i Pujol Hospital (Can Ruti) of Badalona, specifically, to the Grup d’Investigació de Malalties Neuromusculars i Neuropediatriques.
From the Can Ruti research group they add that those who are interested in helping the project beyond the degree, can do so through small donations, so that it allows the hospital center “to finance our research on rare diseases”.
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