Sunday , September 26 2021

The first night race will be held in Londrina since the beginning of the pandemic



londrina unimed 29 07 2021Since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic in March 2020, many events have had to be canceled and / or adapted. One of them was the traditional Unimed Inspira race, by Unimed Londrina. Normally, the cooperative did two editions a year: one during the day and one at night. Since then two daily races have been held and the night race will be held next August. The highlight is that this event will be the first race held in the evening in Londrina after the effectiveness of security measures against the new coronavirus.

Celebration, health and well-being – The Unimed Inspira 50 years Night virtual race, in addition to commemorating the five decades of Unimed Londrina, will promote health and well-being in a safe way for physical activity lovers. Athletes will be able to run between 26 and 29 August, in one of the three categories of the event: 5, 10 or 21 km.

Dynamics – The dynamics of participation are the same as above: choose the place and time you consider most appropriate to run within four days of the event, download the running application of your choice, measure your performance at through the app and send screenshot with the result of Chip Brazil via the QR code that will be on the chest number. Thus, the organization will classify the athletes.

Registration – Those interested must register at the link https://www.centraldacorrido.com.br/corrido-virtual-unimed-inspira-night until August 20 or as long as there are vacancies. There are 1,000 seats available for this edition. Registration fees are R $ 29.90 + service fee for Unimed customers and R $ 34.90 + service fee for other audiences.

Regal – The long-awaited free gift of the race has news. Along with the t-shirt and the participation medal, the runner will get a necessary and a reflective belt that will be worn during the race.

Delivery – The delivery of the athlete kit will take place between 23 and 27 August, from 10 am to 6 pm, in Yticon (av. Ayrton Senna, 425). (Unimed Londrina Press)


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