The week of celebrations for the 500-day countdown to the Pan American and Parapan American Games will end with a massive sport activity called the “Family Run Santiago 2023” with distances of five and ten kilometers. It will be held this Sunday from 9:30 a.m. in the Bicentennial Park of Cerrillos.
The event is free of charge and will bring together 2,023 runners -that gives a nod to the year of the Games in Santiago- in the conventional and Paralympic categories. Participants will enjoy a circuit in the district that will house the Athlete Village and host some sports of this international event.
The executive director of the organizing committee, Gianna Cunazza, made the invitation to participate in the activity. “There is less time left for Santiago 2023 and we want to celebrate it together with the citizens, especially the inhabitants of Cerrillos, who will host the most outstanding sport figures in the Americas,” she said.
The access to the park will be at 6100 Pedro Aguirre Cerda Avenue, on the corner of Las Americas Street, the same place where the kits with a T-shirt, a bag and timing chip-number will be delivered this Saturday from 10:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
In addition, there will be a Fan fest in the park with the participation of Fiu, the official mascot, as well as artistic performances, bands and educational workshops on the sports that will take place from October 20 th to November 26 th , 2023, bringing together more than nine thousand
athletes from 41 countries.
SANTIAGO FAMILY RUN 2023
500 DAYS AWAY FROM THE PAN AMERICAN AND PARAPAN AMERICAN GAMES
Day: Sunday June 12
Time: 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Circuit: Cerrillos Bicentennial Park, 5 and 10 km
Entrance to the park: 6100 Pedro Aguirre Cerda av., Cerrillos district
5k categories for men and women: All individuals from 16 years of age, wheelchair users, people with visual disabilities, people with motor and intellectual impairment.
10k categories for men and women: 16 to 18 years, 19 to 39, 40 to 49, 50 to 59, 60 and over, wheelchair users, people with visual disabilities, people with motor and intellectual impairment.
There will be no parking for competitors
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