Cetilar® for the runners of Crédit Agricole Cariparma Running

Published: 11 September 2017 22:27

One more time, Cetilar® was in Parma. Despite the bad weather, more than 4.000 runners came together for the Crédit Agricole Cariparma Running in the beautiful city of Parma. Over 300 children competed in the University sport campus on Saturday, during the afternoon dedicated to sport and fun. In the meanwhile adults could enjoy a relaxing session at the Cetilar® massage point, thanks to the close collaboration with CUS Parma and the physiotherapists from the University of Parma.
On Sunday, instead, all eyes were on the adults who could chose between the competitive races of the 30km of the Duchess, the Half Marathon and the 10km of the Duke or the 10km Run for Life Special and the 5km Run for Life non-competitive races.

On both days, the Cetilar® team was welcoming the runners in Piazza Garibaldi with massages, useful tips and insights on the product thanks to the valuable collaboration with the Physiotherapy Degree Program at the University of Parma. Also the new APP Cetilar®, APP & RUN, has received great interest. It has been downloaded hundreds of times and it turned out to be a useful service for the participants, with all the useful information and guidance during the event.

 

The results

The winners of the half marathon are Nicola Nozza (Runners Bergamo) with a time of 1:16:07 and Sarah Marinelli (G.P. Quadrifoglio) with 1:27:41. Luca Galliani (2nd) and Corrado Snaiderbaur (3rd), and Valeria Poltronieri (2nd) and Rosanna Volpe (3rd) also step up to the podium.

The winner of the 30 km of the Duchess race were Paride Zani (1:56:43) of Athletics Carpenedolo and Palma Andrea Bernardita Salas (2:11:57) of G.S. Orecchiella garfagnana. The second and third places were taken by Michele Bertoletti, Damiano Lippi, Alessia Colnaghi and Maria Cristina Guzzi.

In 10 km of the Duke Yassine El Fathaoui of the Atletica Casone Noceto (00:32:22) and Lisa Ferrari (00:40:05) of Cus Parma crossed the finish line first. Giammarco Buttazzo, Adil Lyazali, Rosa Alfieri and Chiara Pianeta took the second and third places.

 

Watch the video of the start: