22 November 2012
No Finish Line - the Premise
No Finish Line is a charity event organised over 8 days (and nights) by Children and the Future and is in aid of deprived and sick children.
The premise is simple: you run, jog or walk on a marked course around the port - it measures 1350 metres. For a few euros you register and buy an electronic tag for your shoe. Then, for every circuit you run the charity is paid by one of the sponsors. You can do this anytime of the day or night (24 hours a day) over an eight day period so people run before work, during their lunch-breaks, late at night and you can see how many kilometres you have run on the computer when you've finished. I'm told Prince Albert II likes to take run at night.
More tomorrow ...