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Running cross-country

On Sunday, the fifth annual Dro.Me.A Racing 12-km cross-country race will take place in Klirou.

The event will include a 12-km cycling race that will start at 10am (with a participation cost of €10), a children’s 400m race starting at 10.05am with no fee, the 12-km cross-country race for over-18-year-olds at 10.15am (participation cost is €15), a four-km, free participation, cycling race at 10.20am, a four-km race for those over 15 years old at 10.25am (with a €5 participation fee) and finally a health walk with Europa Donna at 10.30am.

The race will start and finish at points at the Klirou central square. A medal will be awarded to all participants of the 12-km cycling race, to all children participating in the 400m race, and to all taking part in the four km race. Participants in the 12-km cross-country race will receive a medal and a sports towel.

The race aims at promoting social sport for all ages to local society, and furthermore it provides an opportunity to support the charity institution of Europa Donna.

During the event the Municipality of Klirou will offer for free a range of catering delights to the public. Also, free sports drinks will be provided by Bike Hub, and free massages on the day by Antonis Kentelis Physiotherapy Centre.

A free GPS watch courtesy of Suunto company and two sets of running-light equipment from P.T. Mountain Sports & Rescue Ltd will go into a draw for some lucky runners to pick up.

Registration ends today at 9pm so go to and get involved.

Fifth Annual Dro.Me.A Racing 12-km Cross-Country Race
The 12-km cross-country race, as well as a number of other races and cycling races. March 20. Klirou, Nicosia. €15/10/5/free. Tel: 99-473538. Register on:

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