The running society donates a record amount to little Gustav – 5453 euros

During the 107-kilometer running trip Riga-Valmiera, which took place last week, its participants and volunteer helpers collected 5453.10 euros for the guardian angel of the event, eight-year-old Gustavs Marcis Spilva

28 years old competition record is broken

Peteris Grivins and Diana Džaviza's on Saturday Jula 11 won the historic 107-kilometer race Riga-Valmiera, as well as both won gold prizes in the Latvian championship in the 100-kilometer distance,

Riga-Valmiera 107k will take place on 11 July 2020

It is the first day after the end of the state of emergency in the country and we can announce the new date of the charity “Riga-Valmiera” - July 11,

Registration for Riga-Valmiera 107k 2020-06-20 is Open

Registration for 12 th charity ultra-marathon Riga-Valmiera 107 km! This year, too, starts will be given on the magical summer sunshine night at the Freedom Monument in the very heart of Riga. Runners will start their gladiators' walk

IAU BRONZE Labelled race Riga-Valmiera 107km participants will donate to little Gustavs

Gustavs Marcis Spilva is an eight-year-old boy from Vecpiebalga, his mobility from birth is restricted, so members of charity run Riga-Valmiera 107 km and volunteers in cooperation with non-profit organisation

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Бегуны преодолеют 107 км ради маленькой Кристы

В год столетия независимой Латвии, как раз на летнее солнцестояние, этим забегом отметят юбилей. Собранные средства будут пожертвованы на реабилитацию пятилетней Кристы Спирге – она пока вынуждена перемещаться на четвереньках и лишь изредка использует специальное приспособление – ходунки. Оба ее старших брата увлекаются футболом и вместе с мамой участвовали в Рижском марафоне, бегали дистанцию 6 км. Победа Кристы пока – обретение способности подняться на ноги из положения в приседе. Малышка п...
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Lithuanian woman beat the track record during the Riga-Valmiera 107 km

The winners of the charity event ultramarathon Riga-Valmiera were found, in which 128 runners ran 107 kilometers from Friday to Saturday at night from the Freedom Monument in Riga to St. Simon's Church in Valmiera. For women, Viktoria Tomaseviciene from Lithuania this year beat both the absolute record of the track and the record for the restored racecourse, taking 10 hours, 31 minutes and 7 seconds in a distance. The second place for women was Antra Lukševica, who finished 11 hours, 27 minut...
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