Sunday, May 19, 2019

Rome's 20th Race for the cure

I'm happy to report that on May, 19th I ran the Rome's 20th Race for the cure. I enjoyed once again this wonderful running event which was held close to the most beautiful Rome's landmarks, such as coliseum, Circus Maximus, and Altar of the Fatherland.

The picture above on the right shows Stefano  (wearing black outfit) and the wet cobblestones along the track that were very dangerous, as the weather was rainy.  It was also raining while we were waiting on the starting line (picture below).  

Fortunately, there were no cobblestones on the finish line :-)))


Black Knight said...

Thank you for the mention. A beautiful day of sport through amazing historic places.
And now ready for new running adventures.
Thank you for the company too.

Karien P. said...

Wow, what an incredibly scenic race! Well done!

Amy said...

Too bad the rain made it dangerous - but it looks like a great course!

Giorgio said...

To Amy: so glad to hear from you. As you have seen, I didn't run from July 2017 to August 2018. Since April I've begun to follow running events ( Only short races 5 and 10 km) thanks to my friend, Stefano. I hope you are still running/walking.