Elite List of Airtel Delhi Half Marathon-19 Have Released | 59:18 Is Back To Defend

Belihu and Course record holder Gemechu to defend Airtel Delhi Half Marathon titles   Race promoters Procam International have announced the elite list, Ethiopia’s Andamlak Belihu and Tsehay Gemechu will return to the Airtel Delhi Half Marathon to defend their titles at the 15th edition of this prestigious IAAF Gold Label Road Race on Sunday 20th October. Belihu won in India’s capital city last year in 59:18, just missing out on the course record of 59:06 held since 2014 by his compatriot Guye Adola. “Immediately after last year’s race I said that…

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Adhm-18 winner Abhisek pal created first ever 5Km(Road Running) National Record in Monaco City

  Sunday morning in Monaco Abhishek Pal finished 4th in Monaco 5K run with a performance of 00:14:04. He is the fastest 5K record holder in India now.   The Top 10 athletes in Ranking Abhishek is making a big noise in middle distance events. He finished 4th in elite category. IAAF Introduced 5K road running with new rules 5km (road) is an official world record event. Initial record to be recognized after 1 January 2018. The performances shall be equal to or better than 13:10 (men) and 14:45 (women).…

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A captain in running : Virat Kohali

Why Virat runs? Running played a major role in his career. From a fat boy to an athletic man he created himself to be best in all formats of cricket. In an interview, he said running is the toughest sport & earlier I used to skip it. After the worst season of IPL-2012, I made a promised to myself that I have to have a command over endurance  & stamina. A few months later Treadmill & speed workout became my integral part of training.  Running entered in my life with purpose…

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He used to cook & do other stuffs itself | A comeback story

Behind The Race: Nitender Singh Rawat  After Airtel Delhi Half Marathon 2018, He shifted Bengaluru to be under the supervision of his coach Surendra Singh. Where in training camp he used to cook & take care of other things itself. That’s how the world has witnessed the greatest comeback in Tata Mumbai Marathon 2019. #22 | #ComeBack22 | #TheMountainRunner | #ThePahadiRunner Image Source: Praveen Jha Share on: WhatsApp

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She ranked first at the age of 71 | A grandmum at TATA MUMBAI MARATHON-2019

#71YearOld | #Rank1 |Tata Mumbai Marathon The appearance of 71-year-old grandmum Kmoin Wahlang was the showstopper at Tata mumbai marathon . It was undoubtedly voted the best moment of the event. She completed FM in 4:33:55 & held the #first rank in age category (70-74 year female). Out of 520 female finishers she ranked 89th. Granny Kmoin , You are an inspiration in Indian running community & your presence have ignited the soul of every individual. Seeing you in running gears was such a delight for the co-runners. We would like to see you everywhere.…

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A mountain runner comeback at Tata Mumbai marathon-19

#GreatComeBack #foreverathleteNitin The Greatest Ever – 2:15:52 – Nitender Singh Rawat -NitiN Rawat Crushes Course Record to Win 2019 Tata Mumbai Marathon. In a stunning display of distance running, Rio Olympic Qualifier Nitin Rawat broke the Course record* at the Tata Mumbai Marathon on Sunday (20) A dismal 84th place in Rio, which was hampered by a hamstring injury, heckled his journey in a way that Rawat was never got a call to the national camp since then. Where most athletes trained at the national base in Patiala, or their multi-facilitated personal training centre, the 32-year-old was…

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