Banco Santander and the 'Corre en Rosa' Foundation have recently joined forces to spread the word about how sports can help with the treatment of breast cancer.
Inverse is working with the project by producing a total of 37 customised triathlon suits for each of the women, which will be racing for the first time in the final duathlon in the Santander Triathlon Series. Some of them are genuine champions of life, as they have beaten cancer.
37 women who have fought or are fighting against cancer will be taking part in the final event in the Santander Triathlon Series: the Madrid Triathlon on 14 October. It is a great honour for Inverse to outfit each of them with a customised triathlon suit.
'Corre en Rosa' is a magnificent project that was created by the oncologist Dr Lucía González Cortijo. Dr González is an athlete and after running for many years, she decided to create a group among her patients so that they could take part in sports activities.
Sport in general has been shown to be a great way of fighting against the unpleasant side effects of tough cancer treatments (depression, joint pain, sedentary lifestyle, weight gain, etc.). Sports also help the women who participate to socialise, by putting them in touch with patients who have been through the same situation.
We at Inverse send all the best wishes in the world to these courageous women, and we hope they enjoy their power. "Enjoy Your Power!"