09/27/2021 at 8:42 PM CEST
Night of stars and heat that was lived in the second edition of the Trail dels Fars Nocturna, third round of the Illa dels Trails, where two names rose above all, Joan Florit and Mari Alles, winners of the 21 kilometers.
Isabella Orellana and Tomeu Salord were the fastest in the distance of 13 kilometers, in a day that ended in style at the base of San Isidro, and is sponsored by the Fundació FOment del Turisme de Menorca and the Agència d’Estrategia Turistica de les Illes Balears, and the organization of Biosport Menorca and Elitechip, with the collaboration of the Maó city council.
The high humidity that existed throughout Saturday did not give any respite at 8 pm when the 21-kilometer race started at the Favàritx lighthouse. A quick departure, arriving at the same lighthouse and then taking the Camí de Cavalls towards Es Grau.
The Alaiorense Joan Florit He showed, once again, that he is above the rest of the runners on the Island by taking the victory alone, reaching the finish line with a time of 1:37:40.
Majorcans accompanied him on the podium Pep Joan Serra (1:42:30) and Llorenç Socias (1:46:02). In this way, Florit achieved his third win in as many Illa dels Trails races.
In women, Mari Allès found no rival, running comfortable from the beginning and dosing to reach the finish line with a time of 2:05:36. Francisca Ribot and Victoria Benávides López completed the women’s podium with 2:13:14 and 2:16:29, respectively.
Around 9 pm, and with the first of the 21 kilometers already passing the area of Es Grau, the second race started where the good work of the ciutadellenc Tomeu Salord It was worth to him to prevail in the 13 kilometers flirting with lowering the hour and ending with a time of 1:00:58. Carlos Melià was second with a time of 1:01:23, while Toni Florit was third with 1:01:53.
In the women’s competition, Isabella Orellana She was the fastest and most regular and crossed the finish line with a time of 1:10:21, followed by Clara Coll (1:17:55) and Monica Bosch with 1:18:13.
At the end, the trophies were awarded in which the mayor of Maó, Héctor Pons, the councilor for Sports of Maó, Carlos Montes, the manager of the Fundació Foment del Turisme de Menorca, Elena Costa, and the captain-in-chief from the San Isidro Base, David Celdrán, proceeded to the delivery of trophies, which closed an event that now gives the witness to the October Trail on Saturday, October 16, in Ciutadella.