Santiago Sanz was awarded yesterday at the 12Th Gala of the Social Council from University Miguel Hernandez in Elche (Southeast Spain).
The former athlete keeps studying exercise physiology at Sport Researching Center from University Miguel Hernandez (Elche, Spain) and he is expecting to doctorate by late 2017 or or beginning of 2018. He´s also growing as running coach with nationals and international athletes from Spain, USA and Kenya.
The University Miguel Hernandez will recognise to Santi the award to best sportsman of the University
Santiago´s sport career will be recognise by the University Miguel Hernandez, located in Southern Spain (Elche).
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Santi will be racing on April 23Rd at the London Marathon and it will be his edition racing as an amateur athlete after finishing his sport career last November at Oita´s Marathon.
The good results of the athletes that Santi is coaching are showing up.
Santi will be racing on April 17Th at the Boston Marathon and it will be his first edition as an amateur athlete after finishing his sport career last November at Oita´s Marathon.
Santiago Sanz with different abilities Association Handicaps, Miguel Hernande University and Albatera´s local electric company have organized by third year in a row the inclusive sport workshops that are being held in the two Middle Schools centers from his hometown (Albatera, Alicante, Southern Spain).
After finishing his sport career last month at Oita´s Marathon (Japan) Santi has started his runners coaching career. Gilbert Yegon and Josphat Kiprop “Kiptis” are the fittest contenders in his kenyan running team.
Santi landed in Japan last Friday and didn´t arrived to Oita till Saturday at 4PM, only about twenty hours before taking part at his last event as a professional athlete.
Santi is finishing his season in Japan on Sunday with the Oita Marathon, where he will end his professional sport career after 13 years.
Santi will be racing on Sunday at the Portugal´s Half Marathon in Lisbon, where he will be landing by noon on Saturday.
Santiago Sanz will create a runners training group in Elche (Southern Spain) in October after his las participation in the Olympic Games.
Santi will finish his season and he will end up his professional sport career at the Oita International wheelchair Marathon (Japan), where he won last yeat in his division with a world leading time 1h48min01sec.
Official list of athletes who will be representing Spain in Rio 2016 Games, was announced today by the Spanish Paralympic Committee.
Santi won this morning the “Boilermaker” 15K, held in Utica (New York).
Santi flught yesterday from Atlanta to New York State, to race on Sunday at the Boilermaker 15K, to be held in Utica.
Santi finished in second place in his division in the most prestigious 10K in the world, the “Peachtree road race”, celebrated this morning in Atlanta.
Santi will back to race next July 4Th at the prestigious Peachtree 10K where he has won in ten editions of the thirteen in which he has taken part.
Santiago Sanz signed an sponsorship contract with his hometown (Albatera, Southeast Spain) electric company, last Wednesday June 22Nd.
Santi will be racing on Saturday at Spanish Nationals, to be held in Alcorcon (Madrid). He will be taking part at the 1500m, event that he´ll be join at the Olympic Games.
Santi won this morning at the “New Kessler Foundation 10K” in Ridgewood (New Jersey, USA).
Santi got his Olympic standard set by Spanish Federation at the “Tri State and Ambulatory Games” in the Paskack Valley High School, New Jersey, USA.
The athlete will flight today to New Jersey and will race in three events through the weekend.
Santi won this morning at the 5/3 river bank run under wet and windy conditions in Grand Rapids (Michigan).
Santi flught from Atlanta to Grand Rapids (Michigan), where he´ll be racing tomorrowthe Fifth Third Bank Run of 25Km.
After his second place last weekend at the London Marathon, Santi flught straight to American West coast, where he race a few hours ago at the Lilac Bloomsday.
Santi finished second in his class just thirty seconds behind Marathon World Cup winner, celebrated yesterday in London.
Santi back to Boston, where he got his fourth victory in a row in his division (open quad), which represents the 101 in his sport career.