After the two-year break due to the pandemic, the Cursa de la Dona de Xàbia, the traditional annual women’s event, run for charity, will once again fill the streets of the town with atmosphere.
The Fourteenth edition will be run on March 20th.
All registered women will take to the streets of Javea to run or walk the 5km route, with a double objective – to promote women’s sport and solidarity. This year, the proceeds will go, as always, to two associations: Condenados al Curb and INCLIVA.
The traditional itinerary will be resumed, passing through Javea port, according to the president of the Llebeig Athletics Club, Madelane Powell.
Madelane has added that the event will start “at 10 am from the athletics track and will head towards the Javea port, passing through the Triana Bridge to continue the tour through the historic centre until its arrival back on the track”.
Registration will be open from February 10th until just before the course and can be done both in person and online through the website www.somesport.com.
The president of the Club has indicated that three establishments (Inmobiliaria Llidomar, Decuero and Esports Colau) are the points to register in person with a contribution of 5 euros.
The Cursa de la Dona, open to all ages and that can be done both running and walking, has 1000 bibs available and will continue with all current health measures. The delivery of the shirts and numbers for all registered people will be on Friday, March 18th or, the same day of the race, one hour before it starts.
“Line zero” is also active for all those people who want to collaborate financially in the cause and cannot participate.
Both Powell and the Councilor for Equality, Montse Villaverde , who also collaborates in this event, have encouraged all citizens to participate in this act in which different prizes will also be raffled among the participants thanks to the contributions of local businesses.