Pacers - 2017

We at bSafal Half Marathon Amdavad always strive to make your marathon experience rich and fulfilling. We are bringing to you "pace setter" also known as "pacers" or "pacing bus" for Full / Half marathon and 10km race.

Who is a pace setter? He is an experienced runner, also called "bus" whose pacing is calibrated in such a fashion as to reasonably predict a stipulated finishing time. So if you run along with this runner and pace along with him, there is a high chance of a targeted finish. A word of caution: your finishing time depends solely on your fitness and training. A pacer can only help and support you pace better. Remember, in running, just like in life- there are no guarantees!

How to spot the pacer? On the race day, at the hold area these pacers will be marked by a flag- a marker so that you can identify them easily.

Do I need to register with them? It's a free ticket to join them # just let them know in advance so they can get to know you better.

Happy racing!

Pace Setters - Marathon

Dharmendra KumarDharmendra Kumar

Dharmendra Kumar (4 Hours)

A brief background of my running carrier

I have started serious running around 4 years back and that too accidently. I actually wanted to be fit and strong to do some mountain climbing for which I started running and very soon I became passionate about running. And since I joined a running club in Ahmedabad, started improving my performance.

As of now, I have done several Half Marathon and my best timing is 1:37 hrs and 5 Full Marathons across India. My best timing of a FM is 3:20:23 hrs which was recently at Hyderabad Marathon.

I have also participated and completed 50KM Night Marathon Carnival in 2016 where I made a podium finish. I also have run SP Ring Road which is 76Km long last couple of years.

Although I am yet to pace an event, but I am sure with support from all of you we should a pretty good job of finishing the race as per schedule

Race Strategy

Finishing a marathon is a state of mind that says anything is possible. If you don't challenge you, you won't change it. First and foremost, like me when I attempted my first sub 4 hours attempt, you need to start believing that you can do it too. Runners whose personal best in an earlier FM is below 4:40 Hours and have trained well for the last 12 - 16 weeks, have a fair chance of breaking into this rare league of 4 Hrs.

Not I, nor anyone else can travel that road for you. You must travel it by yourself. It is not far. It's within reach. Perhaps you have been on it since you were born, and didn't know. It always seems impossible until it is done. Just make sure to start with me, stay with me, I will ensure you finish with me.

So pre-race you need to train with atleast 3 to 4 runs which are between 30-35Km. Also, you can train with the same plan which have earned me three sub 3:30 finish in last two years if you desire.

On race day ensure you are at event location atleast 30-45 min before the start so that you get some time to change over and do some slow warm-up runs with me. This is very important since we will be running at an average pace of 5:41 / Km so proper warm up will help you to quickly get into nice and easy rhythm.

I shall be needing atleast couple of volunteers to monitor our timing so that we do not miss our target. I intend to start at a pace of around 6 Min / KM for the first two KM after which we will slowly get into steady rhythm at our target pace. At 35 KM mark we will see how we are doing with time and endurance and make up for the time lost at the initial stage. At this point some of you strong runner can push forward to finish earlier which I shall help you.

Hydration and nourishment: I would suggest you ensure a proper carb intake as your dinner and good sleep of 7/ 8 hours the night before the race day. On the race day drink water and energy drinks at regular interval. BSafal is one of the best event and you will get quite a few water station throughout the route. If any of you have energy gels and are used to having them, I will advise you to have one 15 min before the race start, and then one every 45 minutes for optimum performance. Please ensure to grab fruits such as banana, dates, oranges on the way, this will prevent you from hitting the wall.

Just to ensure we are doing good on our timing and to keep a track of how we are doing we need to remember key milestones as below.

  • 5km - 0:29 minutes
  • 10km - 0:57 minutes
  • 15km - 1H:25M
  • 20km - 1H:53M
  • 25km - 2 Hrs 22 Min
  • 30km - 2 Hrs 50 min
  • 35km - 3 Hrs. 19 Min
  • 40km - 3 Hrs 47 Min

Dharmendra Kumar can be reached at: kumar.dharmendra2009@yahoo.co.in

Sita Ram MeenaSita Ram Meena

Sita Ram Meena (4 Hours 30 Min)

I ran 16 Full Marathon so far. My best timing in Full marathon is 3 Hr 41 Min 56 Sec in Mumbai marathon 2013. In the year 2017 I have already completed 4 Full Marathon.

My personal best in Half Marathon is 1 hr 38 min in Jaipur in Feb 2016. I have completed 6 Half Marathon officially. I have completed 2 Ultra run of 25 km so far. I ran in Surat City Half Marathon in October 2017 as pacer of 1 Hr 50 Min and completed successfully.

I am running since 2012. I am working in Income Tax Department as Joint Commissioner of Income Tax Surat.

Race strategy

  • 5km - 0:30M
  • 10km - 1Hrs 01M
  • 15km – 1Hrs 32M
  • 20km – 2Hrs 04M
  • 21km – 2Hrs 10M
  • 25km - 2Hrs 35M
  • 30km - 3Hrs 09M
  • 35km - 3Hrs 44M
  • 40km - 4Hrs 17M
  • 42.2km - 4Hrs 29M

30 SECOND BREAK WILL BE TAKEN AFTER EVERY 5 KM. IT WILL BE ADJUSTED ACCORDING TO WATER STATION ENROUTE.

IF ANY QUERY PLS CONTACT ME ON srmeena1977@gmail.com | 9408791788

Anil MandviwalaAnil Mandviwala

Anil Mandviwala (5 Hours)

Current Category: Male Veteran 40+

Associated Club: Surti Runners

Owned Club: Speed Racers

An MBA by education & a seasoned Banker with banking industry since last 19 years and associated with Kotak Mahindra Bank Ltd past 12 years as an Associate Vice President.

As a gymholic and as an athlete, I started running by end of 2012 and has completed various marathon races in many major cities across India like New Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Ahmedabad, Goa, Kolkata & an international race at Durban South Africa, would like to highlight my achievements as below:

  • 18 Half Marathon (21.097 kms)
  • 7 Full Marathons (42.195 kms)
  • 1 Ultra Marathons (54 kms)
  • 1 SUMMIT 2.0 (25 kms)

2 Comrades Ultra Marathon in May 2016 & June 2017 at Durban South Africa (89 kms) & many unofficial Ultras, Half Marathon & Full Marathon while practice runs.

I also own a running group named "SPEED RACERS" who trains new runners for 10k, 21k, 42k & Ultras, till date I have trained more than 500 runners injury free and everyone has completed respective races in their desired timings.

Personal Bests:

  • Comrades Marathon (90 kms) 11:33:10 hours
  • Endurathon 54 km (Ultra) 7:16:10 hours
  • Full Marathon (42.2 kms) 4:02:19 hours
  • Half Marathon (21.097 kms) 1:43:54 hours
  • SUMMIT 2.0 (25 kms) 3:25:10 hours
  • 10k Race 44:15 mins
  • 5k Race 22:05 mins

Anil can be reached at: vaisanil@gmail.com

Lalit PeriwalLalit Periwal

Lalit Periwal (5 Hours 30 MIN)

Race strategy

  • 5km - 0:37M
  • 10km - 1Hrs 16M
  • 15km – 1Hrs 55M
  • 20km – 2Hrs 34M
  • 25km - 3Hrs 14M
  • 30km - 3Hrs 53M
  • 35km - 4Hrs 33M
  • 40km - 5Hrs 12M
  • 42.2km - 5Hrs 29M

Summary of Past Run

  • 15 - HALF MARATHON
  • 18 - FULL MARATHON
  • 7 - ULTRA MARATHON
  • 1 - 25 km RUN
  • 3 - 10 km RUN
  • 2 - 5 km RUN

Pace Setters - Half Marathon

Amit BhattacharjeeAmit Bhattacharjee

Amit Bhattacharjee (2 Hours)

Have started serious running mid of 2012 when I came to know I had very high diabetes.

I have done more than 10 HF Marathon events and my best timing is 1 Hr 42 Min at ADHM'14.

I have done quite a few Full Marathon events and my best timing is 3 Hrs45 Min at Hyderabad Marathon this year and finished second in my category.

Yes, I have been pacing BSafal Marathon since last three years, first two years ipaced 2 Hours Bus and last year one hour bus for 10Km event I have also paced 2 Hours bus for Surat Half Marathon organized by Surtirunners. In all my pacing, I could successfully pace as per schedule and on could many runners to break the 2 hours barrier in HM and 1 hour barrier in 10Km.

Any other endurance event : Have successfully completed 100KM ultra run at Bangalore, 161 Km in Run the Rann, 55km Ulra at Vadodara for the last two event and a night carnival of 50Km in Ahmedabad last year. Have also done quite a few ultra runs including SP Ring Road (76Km) in Ahmedabad. Couple of years back, I have also run Half Marathon everyday for 21 continuous days.

Have made quite a podium finish and recently have tied up with upcoming Hydration Co. as a brand ambassador.

If you want to test your endurance limit, this is one sports which can help you achieve it by just being consistent, it doesn't matter when you start, important thing is you have to start

Race Strategy

First and foremost, start believing you can complete the race within 2 hours. Runners whose personal best is within 2:20hrs around a year back and has trained well for the last 12 to 16 weeks, have a fair chance of breaking into this exclusive league of below 2 Hrs finisher category.

But first and foremost and to me the most important aspect of achieving this target is YOU an individual have to believe in this.

On race day ensure you are at event location atleast 30-45 min before the start so that you get some time to change over and do some slow warm-up runs with me. This is very important since we will be running at an average pace of 5:41 / Km so proper warm up will help you to quickly get into nice and easy rhythm. I shall be needing atleast couple of volunteers to monitor our timing so that we do not miss our target. I intend to start at a pace of around 6 Min / KM for the first two KM after which we will slowly get into steady rhythm at our target pace. At 15 KM mark we will see how we are doing with time and endurance and make up for the time lost at the initial stage. At this point some of you strong runner can push forward to finish earlier which I shall help you.

I would suggest you go to bed little early the night before the race day so that you are fresh and ready to hit the road on race day. Start hydrating well before the race day and during the race ensure you drink water to ensure you refill the amount lost in sweating. This event as per my previous experience is one of the best in the country and very professionally organised, please be assured you will get quite a few water station throughout the route. Some of you may still like to keep their own stuff such as energy bar, gels, etc which you should take as per your schedule. Please do not try something very new on the race day, but fruits such as banana, oranges and dates should be sufficient to take you across the finish line will within the specified time

My previous experiences tells me that, some of you will be required to work as a team with me in motivating each other and also keep a close track on the timing so that we reach our milestones as per schedule, don't worry I will be helping you pace the distance while we will be having fun all the way! I would like to shout to all the runners who will running ahead of the bus and wants finish earlier bot for some reasons have slowed down at around 18Km mark, look out for me as i will catch you and hung on to me to ensure by 2 Hours finish.

  • 5km - 0:29 minutes
  • 10km - 0:57 minutes
  • 15km - 1H:25M
  • 20km - 1H:53M

Amit can be reached at: amitbhattacharjee@yahoo.com

Rahul SharmaRahul Sharma

Rahul Sharma (2 Hours)

Hello friends I am Rahul your 2 hrs pace setter!

I started runningonly in 2014 with dream run of 7KM in Sabarmati Marathon. Running started to get me off medicine from my high BP & Cholesterol & culminated into my nature like breathing, eating, sleeping & running

Some highlight of my running journey

  • First Certified Road Running Coach from Gujarat
  • First from Gujarat to complete World's highest 18000 feet Ultra Marathon – 72KM Khardung La Challenge
  • Completed 2 time SPRR Challenge – 76 KM Night Run
  • Successfully completed 3 world marathon major's – New York, Chicago & Berlin
  • Successfully completed Sundown Full Marathon, Singapore &Valprasio Half Marathon, Chicago, US
  • Successfully completed 3 Standard Chartered Mumbai Marathon & 2 IDBI Delhi Full
  • Face of Standard Chartered Marathon 2016 Cover Page
  • Won Rajpath Club Duathlon (Running+Cycling) Challenge 2017
  • Completed toughest & hottest Run The Rann – 42 KM Challenge
  • Completed 6 hour treadmill challenge
  • Completed 21 days x 21 Km Challenge
  • Officially paced B Safal Half Marathon (2 times) & Gandhinagar Half Marathon (2 times)

My PB of Half Marathon is 1.45 Hrs & for Marathon 3.55Hrs

My mantra of life is "Realize Your Potential". Besides running& cyclingI also enjoys reading & writing and going on treks.

Pre Race Plan

Take sufficient rest & taper for atleast 1 week, let your muscles recover for fast run on 24th Dec'17. Do some flexibility & stretching & slow running to keep in tune for the big day.

Start carbohydrate loading 2 days before & a day before pasta eating is a good idea. Abstain caffeine consumption 3-4 days before race & take one caffeine shot in morning before race – It does help to provide you with energy.

Keep all your running gear ready, plan your transportation in advance – Be in time then getting late it creates unnecessary stress. Keep yourself hydrated.

Go to bed by 9PM before race so your body is properly rested for running strong.

On the race day

I welcome you to the "BSM 2.00 Hrs Bus Service". The strategy of this bus is to ensure every runner will run his best& finish strong.

  • Before starting we will make a "Huddle" will pray for strong finish & shout 3 times "1,2,3 & 4 – Hip Hip Hoorah"
  • We will welcome each kilometer mark with a shout "1,2,3& 4 – 2.00 hrsBus on the Roar".
  • We will greet every runner we meet, shout out encouragement to faster, slower, thin and not so thin runners on the route.
  • When we cross another runner – appreciative smile and clapping for them is mandatory.
  • If we are too tired, thumbs up sign will do.
  • At finish line dance is compulsory.
  • While we run, we will eat, drink (only water, post run you have many options) and make merry. The theme song of the bus will be "1,2,3& 4 – 2.00 Hrs Bus on the Roar" But we can choose and change the song dynamically in the run too!

Race route details: Race route has 2 bridge & we intend to start slow gaining momentum. Race will be primarily divided into 4 parts of 5KM each where first 5 KM we will take up slow as we will have a Sola bridge to cover & gain momentum. 2nd part we will work on gaining ground & time 3rdpart we again will be having a Shilajbridge where we will take it little slow & 4thpart again we will accelerate & gain time. We have sufficient time to gain energy to end last 1.1 KM strong. At 15km mark, faster and stronger runners will be asked to run ahead and make arrangement for the grand arrival and welcome of the 2:00 hrs bus .

Following are our key milestones that we need to ensure.

  • 5km - 0:29 minutes
  • 10km - 0:56 minutes
  • 15km - 1H:25M
  • 20km - 1H:53M

Do write to me if you have any query, suggestions and looking forward to you joining our 2:00 BUS. I can be reached at: rahulsharma.india@gmail.com

Harish Nair Harish Nair

Harish Nair (2 Hours 15 Min)

Being an avid sportsperson, I am more of an outdoors person. After having played Volleyball, Cricket, Football, Table Tennis at various competitive levels, Running was another progression when I was looking for a break from team sports. Running is like second nature to me now, and have made loads of friends, across boundaries, thanks to running. Running is therapy for me and is what keeps me happy! How to find the Bus??? - Don't worry, its going to hard to miss the white hair and the white bearded runner!!

I have participated in more than 10 half marathons including Airtel Hyderabad Marathon, ADHM, bSafal, SCMM to name a few. I am and currently training for a couple of Full Marathons. My personal best in a Half Marathon (HM) is 01:54.

Race day Strategy

Training - If this is your first HM or if you are looking to better your earlier timings, you are in safe hands. There's enough time on hand to ensure that you train better. Do mix it with long runs, tempo and speed training. Do ensure that you do increase the weekly mileage slowly and steadily (10% of the previous week) to avoid injury. In case of any inputs you would require around this, please feel free to get in touch with me. The pacing strategy is to run at 06-20 - 06:25 pace...so in your trainings, particularly the long runs, try to run at this pace.

Tapering - At least two weeks before the race, ensure that you start your tapering i.e. no more long runs. Just focus on speed training and tempo runs for the first week and start carb loading (the best part!!) i.e. include pasta, khichadi, rice in your diet

Before 3-4 days of race day, replicate the schedule that you would do on race day including sleeping early, waking up early and getting ready.

On the race day Just look out for the 02:15 pacer flag and join the bus. Together, we would ensure that we will cross the finish line before 02:14:59.

Do take hydration (water, ORS) every other km and solid food every 5 kms.

If you are feeling strong at 17-18 km, try for a stronger finish and aim for your PB

We will be following the average pacing strategy and will be aiming to hit the below timings. We'll be trying to maintain a pace of 6:25 and will include 30 second hydration breaks at 10K, 17K.

The last two kilometersis when we will try to push and try to achieve a personal best for you!

  • 5km - 0:32 minutes
  • 10km - 1H:03 minutes
  • 15 km - 1H:35 minutes
  • 20 km - 2H:07 minutes
  • 21.1 km - 2H:14 minutes

Harish can be reached at: nairharish@gmail.com

Vivek Solanki Vivek Solanki

Vivek Solanki (2 Hours 15 Min)

My journey with running has been beautiful, allowing me to learn life lessons and giving me best friends through these passion. I am very keen on sharing the joy of running through my Ahmedabad City and helping all the fellow runners to cross finish line within their target time. Till then train hard, take proper rest, recover well. Wishing everyone a very happy tapering.

Profile :- I started running before 3 years back, till date I completed 13 HM and 5 FM, including BSafal, SCMM, Run the Rann, to name a few. Also preparing for few Ultra marathons.

  • 5km - we gradually increase our pace ( 5:45- 5:50 )
  • 10km - We stick to 6- 6:15Min per km pace
  • 16 km - we shall move to 5:45 pace
  • 19 km - again back to 6 Min pace
  • 20 km - to finish, we shall move back to 5:30 pace. Last 200 Mts is all yours, Give your best and make sure that you finish strong.

Let's run together we can share more experience about running and most important rule is on race day is to have Fun,Shouting, lots of photos and enjoy the run. See you on 24th December.

Vivek can be reached at: solankivivekk@gmail.com & (M) 9979973170

ShashvatShashvat

Shashvat (2 Hours 30 Min)

For me Running is meditation and makes me strong, happy and keeps me fit. I feel happy and contended after every run It is a pure stress buster for me with todays life style.

Mumbai ultra 12hr run, Airtel delhi half marathon, Surat city half marathon, B Safal half marathon, Gandhinager half marathon. Personal best for 21 km is 2:14:00

I was pacer in B safal in 2016 for 10k.

Before Race day strategy: Start carbohydrate loading 2 days before early dinner like pasta/ khichadi before race day is good idea. Take proper sleep before race day, it will help for running strong. Keep yourself hydrated.

On race day: Basic idea is, those who join this bus, enjoy the run, make memories, cheer n chit chat through out the run and finish strong. I strongly believe that, start too fast and you'll burn through your carbohydrate stores and bonk. Start too slow and you'll be too far that will ensure that you conserve enough energy early to finish strong while still pushing your limits the entire distance.

As i mentioned it will be easy going bus and with 30 sec 2 breaks with bit negative spilts.

My pacing strategy is:

  • 5km - 0:37 minutes
  • 10km - 1H:12 minutes(30 sec break)
  • 15 km - 1H:47 minutes(30 sec break)
  • 20 km - 2H:23 minutes
  • 21.1 km - 2H:30 minutes

I will ensure that it will smooth race with less turbulences.

Shashvat can be reached at: +91 9898712385

Amir SanghaviAmir Sanghavi

Amir Sanghavi (2 Hours 30 Min)

Ortho surgeon

For me Running is like breathing , can't survive without a run . Running has given me health , positive approach to things in life and most importantly best of buddies. Running friends encourages us when we want to stop ,stick with us when we are about to fall and run besides us not just in races but everyday . Other 2.30 pacer is my daily running buddy .

My races: Amsterdam full marathon 2017, SCMM full marathon 2016, Mumbai ultra 12hr run, Sabarmati half marathon 2013,2014. B safal half marathon 2015. Udaipur heritage half marathon 2016, Gandhinagar half marathon Personal best for 21 km is 2:13.00

Past pacing experience: I was pacer in Gandhinagar half marathon.

Before Race day strategy: Start carbohydrate loading 2 days before early dinner like pasta/ khichadi before race day is good idea. Take proper sleep before race day, it will help for running strong. Keep yourself hydrated.

On race day: After good sleep have atleast 500 ml of water . Have dates , banana or sweet potato . Wear your regular outfit , ur routine running shoes and socks . Apply Vaseline between the toes. Dnt try anything new. Run like a routine practise run and take a call to speed up after 16/17 km.

As i mentioned it will be easy going bus and with 30 sec 2 breaks with bit negative spilts.

My pacing strategy is:

  • 5km - 0:37 minutes
  • 10km - 1H:12 minutes(30 sec break)
  • 15 km - 1H:47 minutes(30 sec break)
  • 20 km - 2H:23 minutes
  • 21.1 km - 2H:30 minutes

I will ensure that it will smooth race with less turbulences. ( more sounds of chitchat and jokes)

Amir Sanghavi can be reached at: +91 9825066013

If possible, I will make group for 2:30 hr bus, so that we can know each other before the bus and cheer and celebrate the race.

Sonia JunejaSonia Juneja

Sonia Juneja (2 Hours 45 Min)

Join my 2:45 Bus for Fun filled and Chaty ride (Yeah!! i speak a lot :-)).

As a Pacer, I am looking forward to help fellow runners achieve their target time. The appreciation and exhilarating smile from fellow runners at the finish line is rewarding enough.

Race Strategy: Big word :-) But to make it simple - we will start slow maintaining the pace of 8:00 mins/km for first 10Kms. And then gradually increase our pace to conserve the energy.

My pacing strategy is:

  • 5km - 0:40 minutes
  • 10km - 1H:20 minutes
  • 15 km - 1H:56 minutes
  • 20 km - 2H:35 minutes
  • 21.1 km - 2H:43 minutes

And at the Finish Line be prepared to dance and take Groupfie's and Selfie's :-) because "Finish lines are like a sweetheart, they smile sweeter when you romance them better"

Hydration and Nutrition: Take sufficient rest and have proper sleep. Do mild stretching. Start Carbohydrates loading 2-3 days before like Brown rice/ Sweet Potato/Pasta/Corn. Start with Beet root juice 2-3 days before - its a magic stick to make you run smooth without huffing-puffing.

Eat early in night before the Race day. Try to eat Khichdi/Dal Rice a light dinner ( not too spicy) and hit the bed lil early, so that you are fresh the next day. If anxiety hits do reverse counting/meditation to get a good sleep.

On the Race day - Do carry a small 100/200 ml bottle for initial kms. (though you will get it on your way while running). Do collect the Energy drink, banana, etc on the way while running. Make sure you dont overeat or overdrink to avoid stomach from bloating. We need to just "SIP" at every km.

Sonia Juneja can be reached at: sonia.juneja@gmail.com

Shaunak Vaidya Shaunak Vaidya

Shaunak Vaidya (2 Hours 45 Min)

I feel liberated while running and it keeps my energy level high which makes me happy and positive all the day. Also, it keeps me motivated to excel over my previous best running time. And when I beat my earlier best time, it gives me confidence to go for more.

My races : Participated in ADR Trail Run 21 km on 10-Sep-17

Personal best for 21 km is 3:17:10

Personal best for 10 km is 1:01:15

My pacing strategy is:

I plan to take sufficient rest for 1 week coupled with some yoga stretches, sun salutation, meditation, breathing exercises and slow run for keep me flexible and fit for run.

In between I plan to run for Indian Navy Half Marathon and Adani Ahmedabad Marathon where I will try to improve upon my previous ADR trail run timing.

I plan to start carbohydrate loading 2 days before with banana, pasta and khichdi before race day. I will drink 2 cup of green tea before run day to keeping anxiety away!! :) Will keep my self hydrated.

On Run day my strategy is to complete first 10 km in 1:05, then slow run for 2 km in 18 min to recuperate energy level. I will complete complete next 3 km in 35 mins then slow run for 25 mins to regain energy level. then 5 km try to complete in 50 mins and last 1 km in 7 mins.

Shaunak Vaidya can be reached at: shaunak_vaidya@yahoo.com

Pace Setters - 10km Run

Rakesh Vijayvargiya Rakesh Vijayvargiya

Rakesh Vijayvargiya (1 Hours 15 mins)

This is Rakesh Vijayvargiya , I am a fitness lover , I am a member of Amdavad Distance Runners group & LS Running Squad. I had been running since 2013, I had completed 18 half marathons and 1 full marathon, 6 ultra marathons and Triathlon also... I am the pacer of 10km run.. 1hr n 15min bus...10 km runners, come & join run with me and have great fun...

RACE DAY STRATEGY

  • 2.5km - 18mins
  • 5km - 37mins
  • 7.5km - 56mins
  • 10km - 75mins
Vimal SangamVimal Sangam

Vimal Sangam (1 Hours 30 mins)

I am a medical student. My parents inspired me and I have been running for two years now. I completed 100 days Running Challenge and Pinkathon 200 Running Challenge 2017 Edition I have run 10k in numerous events including BSafal 2016 and Surat City Marathon 2016. I look forward to encourage new runners ,share their zeal and be a part of their joy as they finish strong.

RACE DAY STRATEGY

  • 3km - 27mins
  • 5km - 45mins
  • 7km - 60mins
  • 10km - 85 to 90mins