The Standard Chartered Mumbai Marathon is India’s biggest marathon. First held in 2004, the Mumbai Marathon is part of “The Greatest Race on Earth”, an event sponsored by Standard Chartered Bank. The marathon was awarded the IAAF Silver Label Road Race for 2009 and promoted to the top rated Gold Label for 2011. The day’s events also include a half marathon race which is contested by the top-level Indian runners. 2015 Mumbai Marathon would be the 12th edition of this prestigious race.
Event TypeMarathon (42.2km)
Open: 5:40 am
Elite: 7:00 am
The registration fees for the marathon is INR 1100 for domestic participants. To participate in this race you can register in the official website. Registrations for the event’s Full Marathon and DHL Corporate Champions categories will open on Tuesday, July 22, 2014. Physical modes of registration at Standard Chartered Bank branches will close on Saturday, September 20, or whenever running places are full, whichever is earlier.
Registrations for the Half Marathon will open at 10.00 am on Wednesday, July 30 and close on Saturday, August 30 or whenever running places are full, whichever is earlier.
Registrations for the Dream Run will open at 10.00 am on Tuesday, September 2, and close on Saturday, September 6, while registrations for the Senior Citizens Run and Champions With Disability will open on Monday, September 8, and close on Saturday, September 20, or whenever running places are full, whichever is earlier.
Course / Route Map
The Mumbai Marathon route got an architectural marvel with the inclusion of the Bandra-World Sea Link as part of the marathon route from the year 2010. The Marathon starts and finishes at the majestic Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (CST). There is a separate start for the half marathon, the event starting at Bandra and finishing at CST, a change necessitated by the need to avoid convergence of the runners in the two categories and give the full marathon participants a clear route from start to finish.
Race Profile / Elevation Map
Time Limits & Cutoffs
All marathon runners need to cross the finish line within 6 hours of the respective start times.
MEN: Girma Assefa 02:09:54 (2011) ETH
WOMEN: Netsanet Abeyo 02:26:12 (2012) ETH
Prize Money & Awards
1st Place M/F – $41,000
2nd Place M/F – $21,000
3rd Place M/F – $15,000
T-Shirts, Medals, Certificates
Finishers will receive certificates and medals.
Water Stops & Refreshments
There are aound 27 water stations along the route. Bottled Kingfisher Premium packaged drinking water available at drink stations along the course. Energy drinks will also be available at the energy drink stations.
Expected Race Day Weather
Hot and humid weather remains the biggest challenge for runners, particularly the full marathoners. The temperatures go into the 30’s (degrees C) during the later part of the race particularly for the non-elite runners, and humidity remains in the high 80’s.
Additional Race Info
The full marathon runners will be prioritized in four line up sections on race day as per the timing certificate submitted along with their applications, namely under 4 hours 13 minutes; 4 hours 13 minutes to under 4 hours 55 minutes; 4 hours 55 minutes to under 5 hours 37 minutes and 5 hours 37 minutes and above.
The half marathon will also be prioritized in seven line up sections on race day as per their timing certificates submitted during registration, namely under 1 hour 25 minutes; 1 hour 25 minutes to under 1 hour 46 minutes; 1 hour 46 minutes to under 2 hours 7 minutes to under 2 hours 28 minutes; 2 hours 28 minutes to under 2 hours 49 minutes; 2 hours 49 minutes to under 3 hours 10 minutes and 3 hours 10 minutes and above.