ING Night Marathon Luxembourg
Luxembourg | May 23rd, 2020| Start 7 p.m.
Be a go)) go))
go))go))GIRLS und go))go))BOYS POWERED BY TANGO
Get cheered on by a friend, colleague or a member of your family during the final 2.5 kilometers of your race!
Whether it’s in the marathon, the half marathon or the Team Run, support a good cause with Tango by running the final 2.5 kilometers of your race with a relative, friend or colleague.
The EUR 5 registration fee will be paid in its entirety to the ONGD-FNEL association to fund a hospital for children who are disabled or suffering from major burns in Nepal.
For more information about the association, click here.
To clearly distinguish your go))go)) girl or go))go)) boy, he or she will be given a special T-shirt!
You can enter your go))go)) girl or go))go)) boy simply with your registration or you can add them to it later on (subject to availability). Please note that by registering a go))go)) girl or go))go)) boy, you acknowledge having read the disclaimer.
NB: the number of go))go)) girl and go))go)) boy places is limited to 600.
From where should I pick up the go))go)) T-shirt?
You will receive the voucher for the T-shirt for your go))go)) girl or go))go)) boy with your bib number. The T-shirt allows your go))go)) girl or go))go)) boy to join you during the final kilometers of the marathon route.
Is it possible to register a go))go)) girl or go))go)) boy on location?
Yes, you can register your go))go)) girl or go))go)) boy on location (subject to availability). The go))go)) girls and go))go)) boys must present themselves at the Trouble Desk and pay the EUR 5 registration fee on location.
What data do I have to provide when registering a go))go)) girl or go))go)) boy?
We need his or her name, email address and T-shirt size.
What gear will the gogo))go)) girls or go))go)) boys receive?
Your go))go)) girl or go))go)) boy will receive a T-shirt on which he/she will have to write the name of the runner of the marathon, half marathon or Team Run that he/she is supporting. This T-shirt will allow him or her to join you during the final kilometers of the marathon. Your go))go)) girl or go))go)) boy will not receive any medal on crossing the finishing line. He or she will be able to get refreshments at the finishing area and use the showers. Your go))go)) girl or go))go)) boy will not be offered other services such as changing room management, time recording or a certificate.
Where is the go))go)) waiting area?
Your go))go)) girl or go))go)) boy will need to wait in the waiting area located at the corner of rue John F. Kennedy and rue Richard Coudenhove-Kalergi. The marathon waiting area is at 39.4 kilometers whereas that of the half marathon is at 18.6 km. It is distinguished by a blue arch.
Be a go))go)) with Tango
In addition to its status as an innovative operator and its aim to meet the needs of all of its customers, Tango also considers itself a socially and economically responsible company.
Tango decided very early on to commit to a corporate social responsibility (CSR) approach, but it was in 2012 that the company truly intensified its social responsibility approach through the launch of its multi-annual program "We Act". The aim is to structure Tango's CSR actions in order to enhance their long-term effectiveness.
As the official sponsor of the ING Night Marathon Luxembourg since 2009, Tango intends to extend its CSR action through responsible sponsoring. By launching the go)) go)) operation in partnership with the organizers of the ING Night Marathon Luxembourg, Tango allows all participating go)) go)) girls and go)) go)) boys - runners who have signed up to cheer on their friends and loved ones competing in the run - to contribute personally to the support of good causes. Indeed, Tango every year donates all proceeds from the registration fees to the foundation.
ONGD – FNEL continues to support HRDC (Hospital and Rehabilitation Centre for Disabled Children). The objective of this project 2019/2023 is to ensure the inclusion and the participation of physically disabled children in society by elaborating an intervention plan for every child and by developing and reinforcing the referral system for complex cases before being treated by HRDC.
Due to this project, children having physical handicaps are identified, receive treatments and necessary readjustments in mobile camps or in HRDC in Banepa with the ultimate goal of integrating the children back into their communities. The children will the supervised by the field staff regarding their education and their inclusion in society. The project also implies to advocate with local governments for the investment of local resources in favour of disabled children and create environments in order to reduce the stigmatisation and discrimination of disabled children in their communities.