Treviso runs at dawn: 2500 for the ‘5 to 5’ race

Record participation for the seventh edition of the race that will take place on Friday 9 June through the streets and squares of the capital. Start at 5 a.m. from the Mura, at the arrival coffee and croissants for everyone. On Thursday 8 June, in the new Cisalfa Sport store in Olmi, the distribution of bibs and official T-shirts

Treviso, 7 June 2023 – If it’s not an absolute record, it’s close. As many as 2,500 people have registered for the seventh edition of the “5 alle 5”, the now traditional early morning race organised by Salvatore Bettiol and the staff of the Mezza di Treviso, which will start from the Mura at dawn on Friday 9 June.

The start will be at 5 a.m. sharp from the Bastione San Marco on the city walls. The route, 5.6 kilometres secured by the Ser volunteers, will run through the heart of the historic centre, going from Borgo Cavour to Piazza dei Signori, from the Pescheria to the riverside area, from Corso del Popolo to the Duomo, and then back to the starting point.

It will be a dawn of pure fun for many runners and walkers, but without any competitive purpose: the party, albeit at an unusual time and with absolutely soft tones so as not to disturb the sleep of others, will be such to the core: there will be no rankings and very few chronometers in action will be seen.

The “5 to 5” will above all be an opportunity to discover, at an unusual time and from an unusual perspective, well-known and lesser-known corners of Treviso. To take a different look at the streets and squares that mark our everyday life. To savour new sensations in the setting of a city still asleep, free of noise and motors.

On arrival, participants will be greeted by a large group breakfast, served by the Alpini of the ‘Città di Treviso’ group, with coffee and freshly baked croissants. A nice wake-up call before tackling the traditional tasks of the day.

All participants in the ‘5 alle 5’ will receive a personalised bib number, albeit symbolic, since it is not a race, and a splendid Diadora technical t-shirt. The Caerano San Marco-based company has always been the technical sponsor of the ‘5 alle 5’, an event also supported by CentroMarca Banca, Crich, Costruzioni Bordignon, San Benedetto, Cisalfa Sport, and Ceccato Automobili.

Tomorrow, Thursday 8 June, throughout the day (from 8.30 a.m. to 8.00 p.m.), in the new Cisalfa Sport store in Olmi di San Biagio di Callalta, the distribution of bibs and t-shirts. And Friday will be a wonderful sunrise. Wanna bet?

The streets and squares of the 2023 edition of the “5 alle 5”: City Walls, Bastione San Marco (start) > Borgo Cavour > Via Canova > Via Calmaggiore > Via Indipendenza > Via Martiri della Libertà > Piazza San Leonardo > Via Palestro > Via Pescheria > Via San Parisio > Via San Francesco > Via Alessandro Manzoni > Via Sant’Agostino > Borgo Cavalli > Via San Girolamo > Via Carlo Alberto > Via San Leonardo > Piazza Santa Maria dei Battuti > Via Sant’Agata > Via Gualpertino da Coderta > Riviera Garibaldi > Riviera Santa Margherita > Corso del Popolo > Via Diaz > Via San Nicolò > Viale Cesare Battisti > Piazza Duomo > Via Canova > Borgo Cavour > City Walls, Bastione San Marco (arrival).

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