The announcement just today, on the occasion of International Women's Day, the Aosta-Becca di Nona organizes a non-competitive run-walk on July 15th. It will be called Becca Pink, the non-competitive run or walk, totally feminine, which was born from the collaboration between the Aosta-Becca di Nona and the Viola association that supports women affected by breast cancer.
This is the first side event connected to the mountain running race, Aosta-Becca di Nona, scheduled for July 17, 2022.
The appointment is for Friday 15 July 2022 at the Tesolin athletic field in Aosta, all women, girls, girls, running or walking, alone or in company (the largest group will be awarded) in sports clothing or with original outfits in a path that from Aosta will reach the Guido Saba sports field in Charvensod for a total length of 5 km.
The spirit of the initiative
"The spirit of this new 'race' is to broaden the entourage of our competition on different fronts to bring even more people closer to this event that is always eagerly awaited, especially for the contour that surrounds it," he says. Sylvie Proment board Becca di Nona 3142.
"The Becca Pink can only be the combination of sport, celebration and solidarity."
«The Viola Association has always promoted lifestyles and this event fits perfectly with our mission» says the president of the Viola Association, Raffaela Longo.
"Moreover, thanks to the synergy between the Viola Association and the Asd Becca di Nona – he concludes Raffaela Longo – we will have the opportunity to celebrate the 25th anniversary of our association and the hoped-for return to normality that we all need so much».
Registrations will open on May 1, 2022 for all "girls" from 5 years old and will close when 500 participants are reached.
It will be possible to register online or at the headquarters of the Viola association (Piazza Soldats De La Neige, 2 Aosta); or by Technosport partners (Plan Félinaz Charvensod), in Gal stores (Autoporto Pollein and at the departure of the Aosta-Pila cable car).
A part of the proceeds will be donated to the charitable cause of Viola; in this way the participants will take part in the first all-female solidarity race in Valle d'Aosta.
At the end of the run-walk, at the Becca Village set up at the G.Saba sports field in Charvensod, the first 10 runners to cross the finish line will be awarded, as well as the largest group.
Some special prizes will be drawn among all those present.