Every year Indian Navy celebrates the Navy day on the 4th of December to commemorate a brilliantly choreographed and courageous attack on the Karachi harbour during the Indo-Pak war of 1971. A host of activities are organised as a part of the Navy week and various themes have been used over the years and this year the aim is to promote the spirit of healthy living amongst the citizens. This year a half marathon has been planned with an emphasis on the physical fitness and healthy living for a globally rising nation as part of the Navy week. The aims of the event are promotions of healthy lifestyle amongst citizens and cement the symbiosis between the armed forces and the civil society.
Race Day: 19th November 2017
The Navy Half Marathon will be conducted in three categories i.e.
- Aircraft Carrier Run – 21.1 Kms
- Destroyer Run – 10 Kms and
- Frigate Run – 5 Kms
Event is open for all civilians (Men, Women and Children) in open category.
Minimum age limit is 12 years for 5 Kms, 16 years for 10 Kms and 18 years for 21 Kms.
Category Open Veteran Sr. Veteran 21.1 Km Run First three men and women in open category First three men and women in 45-55 yrs for men and 40-50 yrs for women First three men and women in >55 yrs for men and >50 yrs for women 10 Km Run First three men and women in open category First three men and women in 45-55 yrs for men and 40-50 yrs for women First three men and women in >55 yrs for men and >50 yrs for women 5 Km Run No prizes. No prizes. No prizes.
Route & Race Venue
Race Route: Will be updated soon!
Race Venue: MMRDA R2 Grounds, BKC, Bandra East, Mumbai
Race Start Timings: Will be updated soon!
This race meets the following qualifying criteria for leading national running events:
- Conducted under the aegis of Mumbai Suburban District Athletic Association.
- Timings will be uploaded on the event website within 24 hours of the race completion.
- Course distance is measured using Garmin devices with 3% margin.
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