The 7th #CarreraProFuturo brought together more than 1,400 participants on Sunday 26 March in the streets of central Madrid. In total, more than €19,000 was raised for our digital educational programme.
The winners of this year’s race were Hicham Sigueni (17:16) in the men’s category and Cristina Polanco (21:53) in the women’s category. Finlay Todd (17:47) and Sergio Salinero (17:55) came second and third in the men’s category, as did Marta Fernández (22:34) and Fernanda Real (23:03) in the women’s category.
Todo listo para el pistoletazo de salida de la #CarreraProFuturo 2023🏃♀️— @Profuturo_ (@ProFuturo_) March 26, 2023
Emocionados por volver a las calles y seguir sumando kilómetros por la educación con todos vosotros.
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Presence of our #RunnersConCausa
Our annual gathering to accumulate kilometres in aid of education was attended by some of this year’s guests at #RunnersConCausa, our talks on running and solidarity chaired by athlete Chema Martínez, who also joined us on this special day for our educational programme.
Paralympic athlete Lorenzo Albaladejo returned to sport after two years’ recovery with our 5.8 kilometres of solidarity. This week he outlined his maxim and the driving force in his life: “fight and don’t give up”. With this first ProFuturo bib, Lorenzo has left us with a new milestone in his history of resilience.
Other #RunnersConCausa like Mago More and athletes like Abel Antón also joined the race, leaving us unforgettable moments that will soon be available on the #CarreraProFuturo 2023 page.