The Pink Run also ushered in a revival of running in Mumbai, attracting women runners of all backgrounds, ages and abilities from Mumbai and its surrounding areas and at 7.30 am Bhai Jagtap along with other members of the Mumbai Regional Congress Committee It was flagged off. “The city of dreams is where champions are made!”
Rutuja Sakpal topped the 18-35 age group with a quickest time of 19.03 minutes, while Aruna Mishra clocked 25.08 minutes in the 36-55 age group to take the top spot. Winifred D’Souza also finished a strong run in 27.03 minutes to win the 56 and above category. Three winners were awarded scooters and the top ten finishers in each age group were awarded mobile phones.
The runner proceeded straight on Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Road (Marine Drive) passing Princes Street Flyover, Historic Parsi Gymkhana, Charni Road, Mafatlal Bath Signal, took a U-turn and completed the same way back near St. James Court. did. 5k run. The participants were excited as the weather and the picturesque route to the Queens Necklace was refreshing and welcoming.
The amount received from the registration fee will be used to provide cycles for the girl child in rural areas.
You to Can Run, the organizers of the race on behalf of Mumbai Congress, had trained all the volunteers and event crew to ensure that the participants follow all the COVID protocols for a healthy and safe environment.
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First published:February 28, 2022, 6:30 pm