[Kizuna] Road relay of young girls will be held in Fukushima on 11/11/2012, the youngest runner is 13 years old
↑ The road relay of last year 2011
At 12:01 of 11/11/2012, road relay of women (42.195km) is held nearby Fukushima station.
17 teams from various prefectures and team “Kizuna (Emotional bond)” will join. Team “Kizuna” consists of members from various prefectures to pray for Fukushima reconstruction. Most of the runners are teenagers. The youngest runner is 14 years old. The youngest substitute runner is 13 years old.
The sponsors are Fukushima TV, Sankei sports and North Japan athletics association etc.. TV channels of Fuji-TV will broadcast live.
[Kizuna] Gara di staffetta per ragazzine si terrà a Fukushima l’ 11/11/2012. La più giovane ha 13 anni.
Alle 12:01 dell’ 11/11/2012, una staffetta per donne (42.195km) si terrà accanto alla stazione di Fukushima.
I 17 team provenienti dalle varie prefetture e il team “kizuna (legame emozionale)” parteciperanno. Il Team “kizuna” è formato da membri delle varie prefetture che pregano per la ricostruzione di Fukushima.
Molte delle gareggianti sono teenager. La più giovane ha 14 anni. La più giovane sostituta ha 13 anni.
Gli sponsor sono Fukushima TV, Sankei Sports, l’associazione atletica del Giappone Nord ecc. I canali TV di Fuji-TV trasmetteranno la gara dal vivo.
[Kizuna] Un marathon-relais féminin se tiendra à Fukushima le 11/11/2012, la plus jeune participante aura 13 ans
↑ Le marathon de l’an dernier, en 2011
Le 11 novembre à 12:01 commencera un marathon féminin (42,195 km) près de la gare de Fukushima.
17 équipes de différentes préfectures et une équipe “Kizuna” (liens affectifs) y participeront. L’équipe “Kizuna” est constituée de membres de différents préfectures priant pour la reconstruction de Fukushima. La plupart des sportives sont des adolescentes. La plus jeune a 14 ans. La plus jeune remplaçante a 13 ans.
Les sponsors en sont Fukushima TV, Sankei sports, North Japan athletics association etc.. les chaînes de TV de Fuji-TV le couvriront en direct.
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