The 23rd edition of the popular charity event No Finish Line, which ended on Sunday, November 20, accomplished 251,770 kilometres run or walked.

Ariane Favalaro, president of the Children & Future charity, said that the previous two years were easily beaten – in coronavirus-hit 2020 the course was run only virtually, while last year it took a hybrid form.

A total of 10,000 participants registered, and to add to the ‘fun,’ 354 teams took part.

Barclays Monaco with Fight Aids was the winning team with 13,211 kilometres covered, while the personal winner was Daniel Juan Alimonti, who clocked 886 kilometres.