Third edition of Binter NightRun aims for 3,000 competitors
Preparations have started for the third edition of the Binter NightRun of Santa Cruz.
The race will be held on the main streets of the city on May 19th and the registrations will remain subsidised until March 31st.
The Mayor, José Manuel Bermúdez recently hosted the presentation of the official T-shirt of this test over the distances of five and ten kilometres.
The circuit, which will en-compass the most central streets of the capital, will allow participants and the public to enjoy a night that will unite, as is traditional, sport and fun.
Sr. Bermúdez said the T-shirt “highlights some of the charms that we feel proud of, such as the Auditorium and the Plaza de Espana.”
The top, of the Mizuno brand, has been made in a striking green colour and has an original design that includes, printed in black, numerous corners of Santa Cruz.
The presentation was also attended by councillor for sports, Verónica Meseguer; the director of DG Eventos, Daniel González; the head of Instit-utional Relations at Binter, José Escudero, and the athlete Kenty Rodríguez, who carried the number 2 in the 2017 edition.
Organisers also reported that until March 31st, the bonus period will be valid for athletes to register at a discount. The prices will be 12.50 euros for the distance of 5 kilometres and 15 euros for the 10 kilometres and can be done through www.binternigh-trun.com or, in person, in Intersport stores located in the Nivaria Centro Commer-cial Centre, El Trompo Commercial Multicentre and Las Chafiras Commercial Multicentre. Between April 1st to May 13th, the amount to participate in the test will be 15 euros (5 kilometres) and 17.50 euros (10 kilo-metres), respectively.
For this edition, the orga-nisers have set the goal of exceeding the barrier of 2,500 participants, achieved in 2017, and reach 3,000. The hours of the tests will be 21:00 hours (for the 5 kilometres) and 21:45 hours (10 kilometres). Both races will have a unique atmosphere and entertainment points distributed throughout the capital.