The XI edition of the Solidarity Race for Mental Health, organized by the Mental Health Foundation, took place last February 6 in Spain to raise awareness of mental health and to support the fight against the stigma suffered by those who suffer it and to promote the “mental” Was. Health is everybody’s business.” The trial, which offered distances of 2, 5 and 10 kilometers between Parque del Oeste and the city centre, brought together around 2,200 runners who enjoyed a whirlwind run through the streets of Madrid.
Streets of Chambery, Moncloa and Barrio de Salamanca districts, such as the emblematic Plaza Mayor or Royal Palace or Alcalá, Sagasta, Marques de Urquijo, Princesa or Paseo de Camoense streets saw the race, which saw Daniel Moreno Sánchez with a time of 34:12. and Alejandra Sánchez Massa won the men’s and women’s divisions in the 10K distance, respectively, with a mark of 38:59. While in the 5K, the winners were Sergio Salinero Miguel (15:16) and Ainara Mugica Culebras (20:44).
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The eleventh edition of the Solidarity Race for Mental Health, the second race of the Mapoma Running League after the Year of the Rabbit Spring Race, was held on 29 January. Next stop? On 23 April, the popular Zurich Rock’n’Roll Running Series will be held in Madrid, returning from its previous route in 2023, crossing the full Gran Vía in its three distances: 10K, 21K and 42K, for which there is still The numbers are on their website. A circuit that already brings together thousands of runners around the nine Madrid races to be held in the next few months.