The first ‘Carrera Inocente’ ends with a great success in Alcobendas

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Valdelacasa area (Alcobendas) has welcomed a thousand of people who took part in Christmas’ best sports day. The first “Carrera Inocente” has reached an organization and participation great success, bringing together families and ‘runners’ who shared running and fun in a morning full of emotions. The event began with the 4.5km rece where Abdil Aziz and Rocío Querlo end in the first place. Enrique Martin Montoro and Martha Elizabeth Chiluisa Chusin won the 10km competition. However, the highlight has been the ‘family run’, a race for all ages in which hundreds of families took part.

This sports day has been powered by the Foundation Inocente who wanted to celebrate its twentieth anniversary in a different way. Meanwhile, You First Sports and Athletics Club Alcobendas have organized the races that have had Reale Seguros as main sponsor, with RTVE as principal media and Alcobendas City Council as an institutional partner.

In addition, Aquarius Spain and Zumosol have supplied drinks for the runners, while Caldo Aneto has warmed their bodies before and after the ‘sprints’. Fisiomédico Institute physiotherapy have helped with the recover of the most tired runners. Also, the duo Co-Co-Ua-Ua and Zumba Fitness have entertained people with their great performances, while the Power Rangers have been delight the kids with their presence. Meanwhile, “Famosa” Toys and Micropolix riflfle their merchandising and “Siete Estrellas” has added their bouncy castles for the amusement of children. Jones Lang Lasalle complete the list of sponsors.

Solidarity Race

The Foundation Inocente is an organization that has worked for twenty years for the neediest people. They try to help collecting donations through different events, the best known one is holding their annual “Gala Inocente Inocente” in which Spanish celebryties suffer jokes. On the twentieth anniversary of their birth, they have organized this event in children’s with mental disabilities benefit, so all the money they get by selling dorsals will go to different organizations who help disabled children. As the director of the Foundation, Cristina Fernandez, said “our task is to help with a smile”.