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Date

Champions Marathon 2019

Start : Sun, 17 Feb , 6:00AM
End : Sun, 17 Feb , 11:00AM
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Distances :
10K
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Pricing & Offers

Pricing & Offers
Zero convenience fee, ticket price shown below is the final price.
Sun, 17 Feb
, 6:00AM
- 11:00AM
Per Person
BIBs,Medals & Participate Certificate upon completion to honor your efforts,Goody Bag,Beverage,Plant Sampling
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Every Runner is a Proponent.

Our objective is to encourage, inspire people of all ages to improve their physical and mental health and keep them fit and fine in the world of running Champions Marathon, a running program that revitalize and raise the profile of the marathon to inspire as many people as possible to take part in creating a sustainable earth is important to each and every person on the planet, There are many reasons going green is important, from lowering utility bills to stopping the effects of global warming

 

Champions Marathon is an ultimate of its kind and one of the biggest marathon especially creating social awareness with Go Green concept. Champion Marathon is open for the age group of 18yrs to 60yrs with 10K run.  Run a marathon to inspire others to do something they thought was too tough or impossible. When others see you train and cross that finish line, someone will follow your lead and start running.

#GoGreen

Every runner who takes part in the event will be given a sapling. The goal is to bring awareness among the individuals to have an eco-friendly environment and long last the tag
Garden City.

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Map & Directions

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Sree Kanteerava Stadium Near Corporation Circle, Kasturba Rd, Sampangi Rama Nagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560001
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