Touring the perimeter of the 4 Balearic Islands running in NON STOP format in the same year, served as training, both physical and mental, to face the tough test that would come a few months later, such as performing 30 IRONMAN distance triathlons.
It was the first island to visit. On March 3, within the framework of the “Fomentera All Round Trail”, he would trace its beautiful landscapes and paradisiacal beaches with crystalline waters on foot. A total of 76 kms final after a few kilometers of loss of course.
The route of the Camí de Cavalls that wraps around the 2nd Balearic island in size would serve to make the 195 kms to Menorca, on May 18 and 19. After spending a sleepless night running and the start of a second, he reached the finish line with blistered feet.
On December 12 and 13, he toured the largest of the Pitiusan islands, Ibiza. After starting the tour under torrential rain for more than 5 hours, it took 18 hours and 19 minutes to travel the 160 km of an island that, without having large mountains, had significant slopes.
Previously, no attempt had been made to run the largest of the Balearic Islands Non Stop. Mallorca waited with its 312 km of perimeter by road to be conquered. With hardly any rest, after arriving from Ibiza, at noon on December 28, the tour began from one of the best postcards, in front of the Cathedral of Palma de Mallorca. After 46 hours and 46 minutes of almost continuous running, only interrupted by the great unevenness of the Sierra de Tramuntana and some technical stops, he arrived at the starting point on December 30 again after having overcome a difference of 4,300 meters and having consumed more than 30,000 calories.