Running and Living Gurgaon Cross Country Half Marathon

September 24, 2012

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Running and Living Gurgaon Cross Country Half Marayhon takes place in Gurgaon, Haryana, India. The runs are organised by runners for runners. The events include half marathon, 10K and 5K runs. The route is cross country, so runners shall strengthen their ankles during training. This is great terrain for eye and body coordination. It is breathtakingly beautiful too, especially the sunrise. Runners experience the thrill as they cross the finish line. All finishers get a medal and a certificate. There will be post run snacks at the race start/finish location.

Race Date

May 11, 2014

Location

Gurgaon, Haryana, India

Event Type

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No. Runners

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Website

Race Website

Results

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Race Registration

To participate in Running and Living Gurgaon Cross Country Half Marathon you can register in the official website. The entry fees is Rs 1600 per person for the half marathon if registered earlier.

Course / Route Map

The runs will also start and finish at Rose Farm. The course is not muddy, stony and rocky so get your ankles strengthened and get a bit more sure footed in your training. The route will test your balance and agility in parts. The route is very scenic and you are quite likely to spot peacocks, Nilgai and perhaps even some hares.

Race Profile / Elevation Map

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Race Tags

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Time Limits & Cutoffs

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Course Records

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Prize Money & Awards

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T-Shirts, Medals, Certificates

  • An attractive medal and certificate will be given for each finisher.

Water Stops & Refreshments

  • Given the terrain there will be no water points along the way
  • The post run snackswill be from 8 am at the race start/finish location.

Expected Race Day Weather

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{ 1 comment… read it below or add one }

Haji Anis Ahmad Khan April 17, 2013 at 5:07 am

Entry fees is too much. It should be minimised.

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