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Tata Mumbai Marathon: Three suffer cardiac arrest, one dead

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The Tata Mumbai Marathon that was held today suddenly took a turn for the worse as a 64-year old man passed away during the event, with three others suffering a cardiac arrest. According to reports, Gajanan Maljalkar, who was enlisted in the marathon as a senior citizen, collapsed after completing 4km. He was rushed to the Bombay...

Tata Mumbai Marathon: Sudha Singh, Nitendra Rawat make the cut for IAAF World Championships

The 16th edition of the Tata Mumbai Marathon, India's IAAF Gold Label race is on at the city today and the Indian elite runners who are participating already have every occasion to be cheerful about. A qualification at the IAAF World Championships, Doha was in the cards and the qualification mark for the women's category was set at 2:37:00. India's Sudha...

Tata Mumbai Marathon 2019: Defending Champions all set for mega event

Procam International, pioneers of distance running movement in India, today announced the power-packed Indian elite field for the Tata Mumbai Marathon, 2019. The USD 405,000 prize money event will witness India’s best join world class athletes at the 16th edition of the IAAF Gold Label race on Sunday, 20th January, 2018. Leading the pack in the men’s full marathon category is the Defending & Asian Marathon Champion Gopi Thonakal, Course record holder...

This 73-year-old grandmother from Shillong is one of India’s oldest woman marathon runner

Kmoin Wahlang, one of India's oldest woman marathon runners
A mother of 12, a grandmother to almost 30 kids, Kmoin Wahlang is one of India’s oldest woman marathon runner. Hailing from the north-eastern state of Meghalaya, Wahlang grabbed the eye-balls of sports fans and fitness enthusiasts when she made her presence felt during the Tata Mumbai Marathon in January 2019. While many of us continue to blatantly state our age...

Defending champion Srinu Bugatha to headline Indian challenge at Airtel Delhi Half Marathon 2020

Srinu Bugatha (Source- ADHM)
The Indian contingent will put up a fierce showcase as the ADHM 2020 and Tata Mumbai Marathon 2020 winner Srinu Bugatha will lead the Indian Elite Men’s category alongside Abhishek Pal, Avinash Sable and Pradeep Singh at the Airtel Delhi Half Marathon 2020. Abhishek Pal and Avinash Sable carried out a thrilling race at ADHM 2018, running neck-and-neck until the...

Which are the Top 10 marathon events in India

A still from Airtel Delhi Half Marathon (Zheng Huansong/Xinhua /Landov)
Running has always been underrated. Yes, the sprints and sprinters do get a worldwide recognition, but the same can’t really be said about long distance running and marathons. Almost each one of you would be more than familiar with Usain Bolt but what if I ask you, “Who Eliud Kipchoge is or who is Brigid Kosgei?” The perception towards...

The thrills of running a marathon

Running a marathon is physically exhausting and at times is a a scary prospect. But gearing up and training for a marathon race offers a number of health benefits and if filled with thrills. When an athlete pushes his or her body with the aim of achieving a goal it helps the individual become mentally stronger, which...

L Suriya wins Indian elite women’s category at Airtel Delhi Half Marathon

Ethiopia’s Tsehay Gemechu retained her Airtel Delhi Half Marathon title but added lustre to her triumph by smashing the course record she had set.

Mumbai heat mars marathon as athletes fail to meet qualifying mark for Commonwealth Games

The January heat mars the spirit of Mumbai marathon as none of the Indian athletes secure qualifies for the Commonwealth Games to be hosted in April at Gold Coast, Australia. The Athletics Federation of India has set the qualification mark to 2 hrs 12:50 secs. The Tata Mumbai Marathon, which took place on Sunday 21 January, was a qualifying platform...

Whatever I’m today, whatever I’ll be tomorrow, will be for running: Raina Solanki

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A Pinkathon ambassador since 2017, Raina is a huge advocate that anyone can run and race, no matter their age, insisting that people just need to try.