100 Minutes Challenge – Edition 5

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Event Category: OthersEvent Tags: 100 Minutes Challenge - Edition 5, India Marathon League - Pune One, marathon, and Running

  • Event Date: 19-May-2019

    When is the race?

    The race is on Sunday, 19th May, 2019.

    What is the venue?

    Survey No.102,Vetal Hill Off Paud Road, Rambaug Colony, Kothrud, Pune, Maharashtra 411038

    Is it a team event?

    Yes, it is a team event. You need a team of two people

    What are the categories?

    Below 80 (Any combination of gender* – Collective age must be below 80 years)

    Above 80 (Any combination of gender* – Collective age must be above 80 years)

    *Read rules about bonus and penalties to know about the gender rules in case of a female participant in a team.

    Is it a relay race?
    Yes, it is a relay race.

    What are the rules?

    You set a target distance that your team will cover in 100 minutes. You can change your target until 18th May 2 pm.

    The target could be in multiples of 100 mtrs.

    Two runners in the team run for 100 minutes in a relay format one after the other.

    You run in a loop of 1.6 kms (1 Mile)

    Runner A in the team starts the run, completes the loop, hands over the baton to Runner B.

    Runner B now runs the same loop and comes back to hand over the baton to Runner A again.

    This continues for 100 minutes.

    Once 100 minutes are over, the runner on the track stops at or between the check points on the track. The track will have check points every 200 mtrs.

    The team covering the maximum distance and meeting the target, wins!

    Any bonuses, penalties?
    Yes, of course!

    If you have a female participant in the team, you get a bonus of 10% of the distance you actually cover on the race day after deducting penalties and adding bonuses.

    If a team has both the female participants, then the bonus will be 20% of the distance the team actualle covers on the race day after deducting penalties and adding bonuses.

    No bonus if you meet your set target.

    If you run less than your target, then half of the difference will be deducted from your actual distance covered. For example, if your target was 20 kms and you ran 19 kms, then the difference between the target and the actual distance covered would be 1 kms. Thus, 500 mtrs would be deducted from the actual distance covered and you will get 18.5 kms.

    The above rule applies also in case you cover more than the target. For example, if your target was 20 kms, and you ran 21 kms, then you get 20.5 kms.

    What happens in case of a tie?

    In case of a tie where two teams cover the same distance in 100 minutes, the following rules will apply in the same order-
    Team running closest to the target gets a preference.

    Team with the higher sum of ages of both the participants will get a preference.

    How do you count laps?
    A runner in the team who completes running the entire lap, reports to the race officials assigned for counting laps.

    What is the registration fee?
    Rs. 708/- per team (Including GST)

    What is included in the fee?

    Timing chip for the team
    Finishers medal

    How about prizes?
    Top 3 in each category will be felicitated.

    Is there parking at the venue?
    Yes, but limited. Car pooling is recommended.

    When will the bibs be distributed?
    On the race day morning, strictly between 5 am to 5.30 am.

    What is reporting time on the race day?
    5 am to 5.30 am.

    When will the race be flagged off?
    At 5.45 am

    Any route map or elevation profile?


    Event Date: 19-May-2019

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