Hundreds of kilometres of runway and asphalt, colourful headbands, worn down running gear, no matter the cold or hot weather, no matter rain or wind, there was only one goal: to reach the finish line. Sacrifice and effort, as it always happens in life, pays off in a rewarding way.
This was made clear in Valencia, the city along the Turia river, where the Gambín Runners team was baptized. They could not be defeated in their effort nor could they be discouraged, and with their families and friends supporting them all the way, this sports team ran for about 15 kilometres until they reached the well-earned finish line.
Together we can reach further and even accomplish greater distances, faster and better surrounded. This was the running motto of the team, and it did not only encourage them, it made it possible for them to cover the complete distance of the Grand Marathon.
Showing how much this team takes pride and passion seriously, an indescribable feeling was commonly present and finally found its way to the even more Spartan expression of: ‘Au, Au, Au!’