Havana, October 1st.- Children, teens and youths will surely be the majority in the coming October 10th Race, celebrated in honor of the beginning of our wars of independence.
Convened by the National Institute of Sports, Physical Education and Recreation (INDER) the event will be held on social networks and physically in neighborhoods, sports complexes and school facilities.
Starting at 9.00 am, the proposal will begin on October 10, again with the technical support of the Marabana-Maracuba Project and the rectory of the General Directorate of Physical Education and Sports for All of Inder.
The event will be conducive to runners, walkers, and amateurs of physical activities to activate their muscles. And as in previous editions, participants will be able to carry out other physical and recreational activities before ending with the run and walk.
Obviously, it is unavoidable to comply with the hygiene and social distancing measures imposed by Covid-19, and respect the regulations established in correspondence with the phase in which each territory of the country is.
Like similar calls in 2020, runners and walkers will be able to make their personalized number, whose base design they will find on the Facebook page @ andarinescubanos. There, in addition, they will be able to post about their participation with photos and videos during the days of October 9-11.
The information sent to the page @ andarinescubanos will be shared by the JIT newspaper on its social media accounts.
Participation reports may be sent to the email firstname.lastname@example.org indicates the call signed by the Project Marabana Maracuba and @ andarinescubanos.
Traditionally, this race takes place in the capital city of October 10 and is dedicated to World Food Day.
On October 10, 1868, at the Finca La Demajagua, in today's eastern province of Granma, the hero Carlos Manuel de Céspedes gave freedom to his slaves and started the wars for the independence of Cuba, a path that climaxed the first January 1959 with the victory of Fidel Castro Ruz and his bearded men. (Text and photo: JIT)