Jose M Sanchez-Cervi set to run 268 mile Montane Spine Race
Jose Sanchez-Cervi set to run 268 mile Montane Spine Race
Jose is running the The MONTANE Spine Race which is widely regarded as one of the world’s toughest endurance races. A truly epic challenge that will test physical resilience and mental fortitude. Racing non-stop along the most iconic trail in the UK, Jose will experience the full intensity and ferocity of the British Winter.
I am a husband and a father of 4 kids, just a man who runs, and I do that just because I find myself by running.
I am a proud member of British Airways based in Southern Spain, and a PhD in Sport Sciences, so I have worked as Physical Trainer for many years, as part of the National Teams of Snowboarding, of Spain, Brazil and Denmark, and participated in 2 Winter Olympic Games, and in many World Championships and countless World Cup events.
I, basically, train hard to suffer less during tough races like CCC in the Alps, and others in the mountains of Spain, while I share my passion for trail running, by helping others to develop their potentialities. Knowing about insane feats of endurance to aid Flying Start, included even myself, by running the London Marathon twice and rising a Challenge with BA colleagues at The Grand Canyon, and because of these remarkable selfless feats in mind and the clear benefits they’ve brought to help children living tough lives around the world that I considered to raise something really outstanding to try to inspire others, like completing the Pennine way 268 miles non stop.
I always considered the UK as a land to discover, and the Pennine Way, the perfect scenario to try to achieve a great Challenge, like the Montane Spine Race as the enthusiastic Ultra Runner that, unfortunately for my wife and sons, I am.
The Montane Spine Fusion is a non stop race which crosses the 268 miles of the Pennine way from Edale to Town Yetholm at the Scottish borders in a maximum of 7 days.
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