Török Benjamin ,,FOREST"

Írj magadról valamit!

Money raised 85 000 Ft
Campaigns 1 db
Blog posts 3 db

Campaigns (1)


Török Benjamin

(Magyar) XVI. NN Ultrabalaton


85 000 Ft Goal 200 000 Ft 42 %

Blog posts (3 )

Determined, ready to go!

I already have my passports to start! I am ready and waiting for the certain signal (START!) To complete the "Only one lap" (which is 210 km) for sick children! If you haven't covered a kilometer yet but want to support my campaign at the same time, click the SUPPORT button! Let's have a lifelong experience for the little heroes together!

210 km, For children with cancer!

210 km, For children with cancer! Dear all my friends! It\'s been 3 weeks and I\'m starting the XVI. NN Ultrabalaton individual race in the 210 km individual distance with my companion Tamás Kézsmárki, for the children of the Bátor Tábor with a chronic, seriously chronic illness! Last time I took part in the Decathlon 24 km cross-country race, and the sick children also remembered that I would soon be running around the Hungarian sea for them. The closer we get to the start, the more times I think about them to make my campaign successful and productive. There are children ...

210 km run for children with cancer!

210 km for children with cancer! I started preparing for the 210 km individual distance at Ultrabalaton, where I run for the Heroes of the Brave Camp. I remember 5 years ago how happy I was when we ran from Budapest to Hatvan on the occasion of the camp's birthday. It was an indescribable experience. Every day I either run or train in the gym early in the morning before or after my work, and although the days are so long, now it’s worth it because they’re not fighting for a day or a month, but for months or years! "Your feet are always at hand!" So I don’t complain, I persevere for ...


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