• General 30.11.2018

    A very special kind run kicks off 1,900 miles for a good cause – ultra marathon from Berlin to Rome on May 2nd in Berlin. An ultra marathon from Berlin to Rome. A core team of 23 endurance runners will make at the Charite in Berlin on the way. Here, Dr. Neal Barnard expresses very clear opinions on the subject. The goal: the famous children’s Hospital Bambin Gesu in Rome. Within just one week the runners are 1,900 kilometers go approx. 14,000 meters, across the Alps and the Highlands in Northern Italy. “The hardships have a reason.

    we are involved with this hitherto longest charity run in the history of barrel racing for the NCL Foundation, would draw attention with our run to the rare metabolic disorder of NCL (neuronal ceroid Lipofuszinose) and collect a large sum of donations for their research”, the specialist in general medicine and diabetes says Dr. Holger Finkernagel, initiator of the barrel and of course in the field of runners at the top. The 1,900-kilometre route runs from Berlin via Wittenberg, Leipzig, Erfurt, Coburg, Bayreuth, Nuremberg, Regensburg, Ingolstadt, bad Tolz, Garmisch sponsor churches, Innsbruck, Bozen/Bolzano, Trento, Verona, Florence and Siena to Rome. Fink er nail and his team including are not only from Germany but also from Austria and around 20 kilometres in running shoes will put back the Netherlands, punctuated by an approximately one-hour break. “We appreciate anyone who will accompany us part of the way as a stroller, Jogger, Walker or cyclist”, so Fink er nail. Every meter of the line can be sponsored a meter 0.10, to allow a NCL research project in the development of the therapy costs. The easiest way is to buy a few meters or even kilometers of track, for the one which makes the runner or one of the runners on the way. The runner field is mixed the oldest endurance athletes is already 72 years old.

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