Rarámuri María Juana Ramírez yesterday won the 30-kilometer ultra-running cross-country race held in Tlatlauquitepec, Puebla, which became one of the delightful revelations of “Cerro Rojo 2021”.
Her sister and 27-year-old Lorena Ramírez from the “Team Ramirez” team ranked fourth within a distance of 50 kilometers. Her other brother Antonio Antonio Ramírez also participated in a super game and won the sixth place with 50K stars. Mexico’s famous The Ultra Trail test.
The young María Juana is only 21 years old. She finished fourth in the international competition, surpassing the famous international players Kathia Espitia and Cosette Carrillo. (Cossette Carrillo), and was the first woman to cross the 30-kilometer finish line within two hours, at the age of 50. Minutes, and explained its strong endurance in these super cross-country races, thanks to the preparation of its native Sierra Tarahumara.
For her, Lorena won the competition in 7 hours in 2017 and stood out in the competition. In this competition, she lowered her performance by 6 hours and 20 minutes, but Ranked fourth in the 50km race and was won by Jael Morales in 5 hours and 58 minutes.
Another great revelation is Antonio, another minor of the Ramirez dynasty, who entered the 50km race when he finished sixth in 5 hours and 45 minutes.
It is worth mentioning that there are two other brothers who participated in the competition, among them the oldest 31-year-old Mario and Talina who did not appear on the podium.
Currently, Ramírez Hernández lives in the Nogorachi neighborhood of Guachochi.
The origins and glorious achievements of this Rrámuri family have attracted the attention of the whole world. They are determined to become elite ultra-marathon runners and are energetic, so they must firmly represent the Sierra Tarahumara Mountains (Sierra Tarahumara), they are committed to farming, raising cattle and picking apples.
The Ramirez Hernández brothers participated in very important races and crossing races in different climates, such as an ultra-marathon of more than 50 kilometers in the snow in the mountains of Antarctica, Canada and Tokyo, Japan For example, the last race was held in the 102-kilometer Bluetrail in Tenerife, Spain in 2018.