This post is also available in: SpanishThe Patronato Benéfico Oriental has announced the date of the 5th edition of the annual Casa de Campo Corre! The 5th annual event will take place on Sunday, November 25th, and since you are already training for the upcoming Bayahibe 10k we are sure you will be in tiptop shape for the race! Last year’s races saw lots of participants inside and outside of Casa de Campo and had the return of celebrity personalities Carlos Sánchez (Carlos Comic) and Renata Soñé, as well as Gabriela Reginato for her first year. The trio were very entertaining on stage, creating an upbeat atmosphere bouncing around jokes and friendly conversations with one another. 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. 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! So, which race will you be running in… the 5k, 10k, 21k, or 42k?! 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 2018When: Sunday, November 25th Where: Casa de Campo For more information, contact: Tel: 809-523-8901 / 809-556-3181 Email: email@example.com Suscribe:www.cdccorre.org See the specific rules & regulations on their website!
Are you a Casa de Campo Corre supporter? It was before the sun came out that runners in the 21k and 42k distances of the Casa de Campo Corre rose early and headed to the starting line of the race for the Hogar del Niño. The 4th consecutive year of the marathon drew the support of close to 1,000 runners on Sunday, November 26th who were enthusiastic to be part of this community experience for a good cause. Continue reading here.