The El Salvador National Olympic Committee (ESNOC) supported a family peace run which was held for the third time in the Central American country.
The event was organised by the Violence Prevention Committee of the Municipality of Nejapa, with the aim of "generating healthy coexistence among all sectors of the population".
ESNOC assisted by handing out t-shirts, bibs and medals to participants.
The free events allowed people of all ages to run either one or two kilometres.
A children's day of traditional games was also organised, including jump rope, pilgrim, mica and hula hula.
El Salvador are still waiting for their first Olympic medal of any colour.
At the Rio 2016 Games in August, shooter Lilian Castro served as flagbearer before finishing 44th in the qualification round of the women's 10 metres air pistol.
Joining Castro at Rio 2016 were seven other athletes - husband and wife race walkers Luis Lopez and Yesenia Miranda, judoka Juan Diego Turcios, laser sailor Enrique Arathoon, swimmers Marcelo Acosta and Rebeca Quinteros and weightlifter Julio Salamanca.
Eduardo Palomo was re-elected as ESNOC President in February.