Registrations should open in September. As is standard, there should be 2 main events: 7km fun run and the 21k half marathon. Other details are still pending, but we’ll keep you updated! To be totally updated, sign up for our Marathon Updates.
Read below on how to get ready for the 7k or the 21k
Preppring for the 7km run
If you’re not a runner, it takes approx 2-3 months based on your fitness level to be able to run the 7k.
If you are a runner, it can take less time- anywhere between 1-2 months.
Prepping for the 21km run
If you can already run 5k, then it takes 3 months to prepare for the 21k
If you’re a veteran run, then it can take you less than 2 months for the 21k.
Sounds like too much- don’t worry, with 2 months, we’ll comfortably get you on track and running! Both these plans will get you into phenomenal shape and they are a lot of fun!
See our run training success stories. To know more on how to get started for the 7k or the 21k or just start running, call Fitho or email firstname.lastname@example.org
We have lots of running information for you- see our running section. If you’re not a runner, get started now! Its the time to start preparing. We have enough tips on our site to get to started: Tips to Run Better Part 1, Tips to Run Better Part 2, Tips to Run Better Part3.
Here is a list of running routes in Delhi.
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In case you can’t wait to know more, here is information on the Airtel Delhi Half Marathon 2009.Author Information — this article is written by a dietitian @ FitHo