Ultramarathoners set high standards in Leg One of The Great India Run
Shahpura, 19th July 2016: The Great India Run, India’s first multi-city marathon, that kick-started from the National capital on the 17th July 2016 is now just 150 kms away from completing the first leg of the run at Jaipur. The event conceptualised by ProSportify & MobieFit will see the ultramarathoners cover a total of 1480 kms in 21 days with Ahmedabad following Jaipur as the second leg.
Running way ahead of schedule, the 15 runners are running more than the required average of 74 kilometres a day with amazing ease. While India’s most famous ultra-marathoner Arun Bhardwaj had run more than 100 km on Day Two, Chandigarh based Sunil Sharma and Olympic hopeful Kaushal Chauhan also ran a 100 kms each. The Danish running pair of David Bredo and Pia Hansson were hot on the heels of the runners, covering a similar distance on each day so far. Starting off at 7 Am everyday, they ended the run at 9 PM on the 18th of July. The runners, who started the run at Shahpura today are expected to make it to Jaipur on 21st July 2016.
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