Four national champions for the 10K Ibiza-Platja d'en Bossa


The 10K Ibiza-Platja d'en Bossa is already beginning to define what will be the luxury line-up for its third edition on January 29, 2023. As reported by the organization, the competition will feature four national champions from different Latin American countries that have already been confirmed. One of them is Toni Abadía (1990), current Spanish 10K road record holder with a time of 27:48. The Aragonese, who already competed in the last edition of the Ibiza race, will return to fight for the men's podium together with the Uruguayan Cristhian Zamora (1991), who will make his debut on the island with great credentials. Zamora is the current national half marathon record holder with a time of 1h02:36 and, according to the organization, he will come with the aim of breaking his country's 10K record, which currently stands at 28:35. As for the women, the Argentine Maria Luz Tesuri (1993) will also run for the first time in Ibiza with an important background in her sporting career. Tesuri is national champion of 5,000 meters and was the third classified in the last edition of the 10K of Laredo with a time of 33:10. Next to her will be the Ecuadorian Katherine Tisalema (1997), current recordwoman of Ecuador in the 10K road race with a time of 32:40 and who will try to lower her own record. On the other hand, Dani Becerra, organizer of the 10K Ibiza-Platja d'en Bossa, said that "in the coming weeks the names of an important group of African athletes who will come with the intention of breaking the record of the race, the 27 minutes and 50 seconds set by Adel Mechaal, which meant the second best Spanish record in history in the distance, will be announced," explained Becerra. With a month and a half to go until the third edition, the 10K Ibiza-Platja d'en Bossa already has more than 300 registered on