After two years without editions of the Unimed races in Teresina, following the guidelines of the official health authorities for equipment due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, the Unimed Teresina System is resuming the event with a special edition in Parnaiba.
The event on the coast celebrates the soon-to-be launch of Unimed for Pediatric Emergency in Parneba, which will serve the health plan beneficiaries.
Registration for the Unimed – Parnaiba Edition (PI) races is now open. The competition takes place on January 29, starting and ending at Avenida Presidente Vargas, 816 – Downtown. The track will be 7 kilometers for adults and 500 meters for children and a social road also 500 meters or 1 kilometer.
The last edition of Unimed was held in October 2019 in Teresina. Photo: Paolo Sergio
The participating athletes will receive several, as well as a medal and a trophy for the first place holders. Applications can be submitted until January 15th no site http://xcrono.com.br/, but the first contract closes on Monday, the 10th, at R$56 for adults and R$36 for children. For personal registration, interested parties can head to the Unimed Teresina headquarters in Parneba, on Av. Governador Chagas Rodrigues, 906, Centro or to CTS Fabi Veras Clinic at Rua Franklin Veras, 927, Campos.
The event will include an arena set up with cultural attractions, a children’s arena and much more. To ensure the safety of the participants, it will be mandatory to present a vaccination card or a negative Covid-19 test taken within 48 hours prior to the event. The number of subscribers is also limited by increasing the distance necessary for prevention.
Service – Unimed Teresina – Parnaiba Edition (PI)
Focus: 16 hours
Kids and social inclusion start time: 4:30 p.m.
Adult start time: 17 hours
Adult route: 7 km
Children’s track: 500 meters
Social Inclusion Path: 500m or 1000m
Start/finish location: Avenida Presidente Vargas, 816 – Centro, Parnaíba (PI)
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