Dominican Republic

Save the date the 2017 Casa de Campo Corre for the Hogar del Niño

Ph. Mairobi Herrera

We are sure you are already training for the upcoming Bayahibe 10k, which is great since the PBO has already set a date for the next Casa de Campo Corre! The 4th annual event will take place on Sunday, November 26th, and we couldn’t be more thrilled to lace-up once again for an amazing cause which supports the Hogar del Niño and all their initiatives. So, which race will you be running in… the 5k, 10k, 21k, or 42k?! 

Photo by Alejandro Heredia

Last year’s races saw lots of participants inside and outside of Casa de Campo, and it had the special participation and support of Olympic Gold Champion Félix Sánchez who was here taking pictures with fans and encouraging everyone through the race. For the 3rd consecutive year, the comedian Carlos Sánchez (Carlos Comic) came out to jazz everyone up for the big runs, as did runner Natasha Méndez who returned to race the 21k.

Photo by Alejandro Heredia

We can’t wait for November, but in the meantime, you can signup online at cdccorre.org and sdctickets.com, or visit the Patronato’s offices in La Romana. Below you’ll find the maps with the different routes so you can start getting a feel for them. Grab your calendar and let’s Save-the-Date to help them meet their goal! All proceeds go to supporting the children of the Hogar del Niño. Hope to see you all there bright and early! 

PBO is so excited they’re literally counting down the seconds… check out their website by clicking here for the clock!

Casa de Campo Corre 2017

When: Sunday, November 26th

Where: Casa de Campo

For more information, contact:

Tel: 809-523-8901 / 809-556-3181

Email: [email protected]

Suscribe:www.cdccorre.org

See the specific rules & regulations on their website!

Olympic Gold Champion Félix Sánchez came to support the 3rd Casa de Campo Corre for the Hogar del Niño

Last Sunday, November 27th, the 3rd annual Casa de Campo Corre for Hogar del Niño was a huge success! Hundreds of participants came to Casa de Campo to run for the kids and have some fun with friends and family. Continue reading here.

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