- It will be the next 12 June, with a duration of some 15 days and a total of 830 kilometers starting in Almeria and ending in Huelva
- The malaga Carlos Rumbado and Carlos Toro will combine paddle surfing, running and cycling and will be accompanied by athletes with disabilities in some sections
Challenges Toro Sup launches a new challenge. This is the Inclusive 3D Challenge that will take place next time 12 in June and will tour the Andalusian coast. Malaga athletes Carlos Rumbado and Carlos Toro will combine paddle surfing, the race on foot and cycling to cover a total of 830 kilometers leaving Almeria and arriving in Huelva.
From the Mediterranean Marine Group, one of the sponsoring companies of the Inclusive 3D Challenge, show them all their encouragement and support the athletes. For the entity, support events where sport is promoted and all the values that its practice entails is part of the company's own DNA. So, she is always collaborating with this type of solidarity initiatives.
The main objective of this solidarity challenge is to promote equal opportunities for all people in the field of sports, as well as making visible and claiming sport as an integration tool for people with disabilities.
Together with Carlos Rumbado and Carlos Toro will participate in this challenge the paratriathletes Rafael Cabello Sánchez, with his guide José Manuel Quintero; Eduardo Oliva Calderón and Manuel Alfonso Betancor or trail runner Cristina Palomo.
This initiative, that will cross the Andalusian autonomous community combining three sports, has scheduled departure the next 12 of June from the province of Almeria. "The challenge may end in 12 Or 15 days -about the 27 June- in Ayamonte, Huelva", has indicated the Malaga Carlos Toro.
"We will travel the Andalusian coast by land, asphalt and sea, so it will be mandatory every day to make a stretch of paddle surfing, another running on foot and, almost always, another by bicycle", explained the athlete Carlos Rumbado.
The Inclusive 3D Challenge is a sports project recognized by the Higher Council of Sports as an Event of Exceptional Public Interest (AEIP) for promoting inclusive sport.
Virtual #KMporlaINCLUSION campaign
Solidarity has no limits and for those who want to collaborate and can not do it in person, from the organization, the campaign "Kilometers for inclusion" has been promoted, with the hashtag #KMporlaINCLUSION. This initiative, that will be active for the days that the challenge lasts, it will serve so that people who want to sign up add kilometers through the networks
Social Challenges Toro SUP.
Also, the challenge will also feature Olympic representation as the marathoner Martin Fiz, the basketball players Carlos Cabezas and José Manuel Calderón or the "biker" José Antonio Hermida. In addition, triathlete Roger Serrano will join the campaign; the triathlete rinconero of Xterra Rubén Ruzafa; the Malaga player of Getafe CF Francisco Portillo or the adventurers Antonio de la Rosa and Jaime Nava, among many others that will be added.
The 3D Inclusive Challenge is also supported by Malapu** Motorhomes, FMIT Solutions, Costa del Sol Malaga, mistral, Orbea, Trocadero Group, the Junta de Andalucía through Andalusia European Region of Sport 2021, the Higher Council of Sport through the Inclusive Sport program, Styrpe glasses, Sport Life, Sol Melià Don Pablo and Averal.