No refunds of registration amount No transfer or refund on cancellation of registration :
Our runs are for fun and building communities of positive minded people. We have no cash awards
All runs start and finish at North Park Hotel
All runners to assemble 30 minutes before the race, at the start point for a warm up
All full and half marathon finishers get a medal and a certificate with their timing
All other finishers get a medal and a certificate - everyone is a winner
The fee for the runs includes a race T. There will be a Brunch at North Park Hotel with a slide show of the photographs of the day post the run for the participants which is optional at a cost of Rs 300 per person. All finishers get a certificate and a medal. The runs are organised by runners for runners. Experience the thrill as you cross the finish line. The course is reasonably flat, cold and likely to be misty, scenic and well supported
Strengthen your ankles, get more sure footed. This stretch may test your balance and agility. The Marathon will remain open for 6:00 hours from 7 am to 1pm with Sports Drinks, Water, Alchemist Hospital Care and our enthusiastic volunteer support.
The brunch will be from 10 am to 1pm also at the scenic North Park Hotel
Get as many of your family and friends to join us so that they can cheer you on at several points and make it your funnest race as you see their placards, they photograph you and cheer loudly for you, as well as the other runners. Experience the serenity of the wide open spaces in India, early on a misty morning with the sun rising, and greenery all around
The Alchemist Hospitals medical team, The Elemention team will be there with water and will take you through a warm up session before your run, toilets, sports drinks and time check will be there at various points - we want you safe and injury free with treatment close at hand if required. (see the map). Please call for an ambulance or aid if you ever do feel dizzy or unsteady.
Bib pick up will be at the Marathon expo on Jan 3rd Friday There will be information provided on the course. So if you are planning to run, block off some time for coming - you will get to know the way to the race location and will also meet several other runners and make new friends.
North Park Hotel, North of Nada Sahib Gurudwara, Panchkula.
9 am to 3:00 pm on Saturday 3rdJan 2015
Come at the start of the expo to make sure you get as much info and are well rested for the big day
Try and car pool while coming in - to stay green and not jam the parking area. The EXPO will include rich information provided by
All about running - Q & A on the course, water and sports drink stops, toilets, first aid and more - last days do's and don'ts and anything else
Sales of water bottle belts, running shorts and innerwear and mobile phone arm bands
Smile for the cameras. Hydrate and have your snack Medals and certificates will be given to each finisher at the finish line and a certificate with name, and timing (for half marathoners) will be handed over at the certificate counter. Check for photographs and mementos at the breakfast after the finish.
It was cold at 4 degrees centigrade when the Marathon run was flagged off at 7am sharp. 19 brave souls braved the cold, the mist and the cross country route along the trail to start their 42.2km journey. The run was flagged off by the coach of Indresh Dhiraj who ultimately came 2nd overall and 1st in the womens category. 70 year old Tripat Singh finished in an incredible time of 4:37, as did Anuj Kumar who came 1st at 3:03 in the full marathon. Tarik Khan from Ottowa came in 3rd.
Major DP Singh - the smiling blade runner who is a Kargil war hero came and gave an inspirational and short talk to the runners before taking off to run the 21.1km tough trail run himself. He finished after 7 falls he said - with a characteristic smile. Amazing! Sanyukta Jadhav and Sunita Malik came 1st and 2nd in the womens category.
In the 5km run Arshdeep, Pankaj and Rewati Singh did phenomenally well to come in the 1st 3 positions and in the 10km event, Mohit and Naveen ran at a blistering pace to finish in 44 minutes while Karim Khan also from Ottawa came in 3rd.
Roopak Chadha had a nasty slip and a huge gash at the 13km mark and post medical attention, refused to stop and ultimately finished his full marathon in 6:11. There was so much inspiration provided by so many here, that many at the finish said, when they felt like quitting, they just looked at some of their inspirational fellow runners, and continued.Family members were giving out certificates and handing out medals to the finishers at the finish line, some of the Challenging ONes (amputee runners with Major DP Singh) flagged off the half marathon run and all in all, everyone had an energising and inspirational morning in a scenic and fun running event.
For more information and photographs contact Rahul Verghese at 9810730132
Above 60 years:
Mohit Kumar Satpal
Rewati Singh Jatav
For Detailed results of the Half Marathon Click Here
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