India’s first Gold Label Road Race – Airtel Delhi Half Marathon

Airtel Delhi Half Marathon (ADHM) is an annual half marathon held in New Delhi, India. Started in 2005, it is both an elite runner and mass participation event. It is an AIMS-certified course and is listed as a Bronze LabelContinue reading… India’s first Gold Label Road Race – Airtel Delhi Half Marathon

London Marathon 2017 Winners – Kenyans Mary Keitany & Daniel Wanjiru

Mary Keitany won the women’s race, setting a new women-only world record with a time of 2:17:01, while Daniel Wanjiru came first in the men’s race in 2:05:48. Keitany set a new womens-only world record in the process, crossing theContinue reading… London Marathon 2017 Winners – Kenyans Mary Keitany & Daniel Wanjiru

Joyciline Jepkosgei – New World record holder in Women’s Half marathon

Joyciline Jepkosgei of Kenya became the first women to break 65 mins hurdle for 13.1 miles (21.097 km). She broke 4 world records during Sportisimo Prague Half Marathon held on 1st April in Praque. Joyciline Jepkosgei, a little-known 23-year-old KenyanContinue reading… Joyciline Jepkosgei – New World record holder in Women’s Half marathon

Dibabas from Ethiopia : The Fastest Family on the Planet

Like Kenya, Ethiopia is also a running-mad country. Dibaba sisters are crucial piece of this running-mad country. The last name “Dibaba” will be said numerous times during coverage of track and field. We are talking about Ejegayehu Dibaba, Tirunesh Dibaba,Continue reading… Dibabas from Ethiopia : The Fastest Family on the Planet

Sachin Tendulkar flagged off IDBI Federal Life Insurance New Delhi Marathon

Today, Cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar and legendary distance runner Haile Gebrselassie of Ethiopia flagged off all the categories of the New Delhi Marathon. It was the second successful edition of New Delhi Marathon. Rio Olympian Thanackal Gopi and Monika AthareContinue reading… Sachin Tendulkar flagged off IDBI Federal Life Insurance New Delhi Marathon

Females are better “running event finishers” in USA than Males

Yes, the heading is absolutely correct! The percentage of females finishers is more than males since 2008. The year on year increase in the finishers rate for females is almost 15% whereas males finishers are increasing only by 2% (yearContinue reading… Females are better “running event finishers” in USA than Males