The Fast Spaniards

Total raised

£390.00

+ £82.50 Gift Aid

We're raising as much as we can to beat cancer!!!

Story

This is us. Four, maybe not so fast, Spaniards in Manchester that have been training for around 3 months for this race. It might look easy to some, it might look too hard to others, it surely has been really fun for us.

María, our team leader, joined this same race two years ago and she did great. We'd never have done this without her, not only because this was her idea, but because she's the one reminding us to train, cheering us when we do it and shouting at us when we don't.

Diana is our second veteran, she ran with María two years ago. Before training for this race she pretty much only ran to get to the train station on time but she is the best when it comes to motivate us everyday, especially by reminding us what happens after running: pizza.

Eva is new, not only in joining a race, but in running in general. Running might not be Eva's favourite's sport, but she jokes about it as if it was the easiest thing to do in the world. Everyone knows that, no matter how hard something can be, with Eva is always funnier.

Ana, this crazy person who used to run only for fun! but not that crazy to join a race until she met the rest of us. Nothing will resist Ana's determination if she puts her mind to it and of course, she will do the 10K and will be responsible to choose the next challenge for the group.

We are doing this, not only for us, so we can be healthier and get together every week, but for the people that struggle with cancer. Fighting cancer is not easy, it certainly is not. People that fight cancer need our support, in any way possible.

Please, help us by donating any amount to this noble cause.

Total raised£390.00

Online£390.00

Offline£0.00

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