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There are people who have the ability to get something good even from the most difficult situations. Emilia Juliano traveled to Italy in early March with many plans and a return date: I thought to stay there for a month. But, unfortunately, its arrival coincided with the arrival of COVID-19 in that country, and things changed. She was stranded, but despite everything she takes advantage of it to put together a solidarity move: she will run a marathon to benefit the hospital of Necochea , her hometown.
Emilia is a marathoner, muscle building teacher, lifeguard and chef. On March 2, he arrived in Italy, where he planned to process his citizenship, get to know the country and meet with his brother Leandro, who lives in the United States and whom he had not seen for 10 years. Together with his wife and his two daughters, which began as a pleasure trip ended in a forced family quarantine .
The coronavirus pandemic has them now isolated in a house they rented in Bolbeno , a village in the north of the country, in the province of Trento, which has 300 inhabitants. For a marathoner, being locked up can be torture. Emilia, however, wants to take the opportunity to help.
On April 15 , he will hold a 42-kilometer marathon in the courtyard of the house you rent . He put on sale each of the 281 laps that will give around a shed in the back of the house. The circuit will have 150 meters, with a landscape of mountains dreamed as a frame. The base price of each round is 200 pesos. The proceeds will be donated to the Dr. Emilio Ferreyra Municipal Hospital in Necochea (Buenos Aires), his hometown.
Through the site https://www.pensamientopenal.org/corremosencasa/ , you can buy a return to collaborate with Emilia's cause. There you can also know who the donors are.
The race will be broadcast on Emilia's Facebook account, so that whoever wants to join from home to accompany her: running, riding a fixed bike, dancing. To be close, despite the distance.
Publication Date: 06/04/2020
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