RaceInformation

Race Director – Siddarth Choudhary, an ex-sea captain and an ultra-endurance athlete, is the race director for Bhakra Nangal Wheels and Strides. He is one of the few elite runners who finished ‘The Great India Run’. A 1480 Km run from India Gate, New Delhi to Gateway of India, Mumbai in a span of 19 days. He also went on a 7-day cycling expedition of 540 Kms from Manali to Khardung La. After nearly 2 decades on high seas and 7 years in the corporate world, he has been training corporate groups to take corporate steps to take conscious steps towards a healthy lifestyle. He is the founder and chief mentor of GRR, the largest fitness community in NCR with over 10,000 + members. He is also the race director and founder of Juniorun, India’s largest multi-city running event for children that has been successful in Jaipur and NCR.

 

Meet Our Pacers As an aid to runners, the Pace Team will be there for you. We will be offering pace groups led by experienced pacers for a wide variety of times and we hope you will find this support useful as you strive to achieve your goals.

A pace team is a group of runners led by an experienced leader who runs together in the marathon. The pace leader runs a steady pace and keeps track of that pace so that the group can achieve their goal of finishing the marathon at a particular time. There are wonderful benefits to running with a pace group. You’ll be supported by a cheerful leader and will be side by side with other runners sharing the same goal as you. One of the biggest mistakes that runners make is starting out too fast and then giving up in the later portions of the race. The pace team will run at an almost even pace. If the pace feels too slow at the beginning of the race that’s normal. Just stay with the group and ask the pace leader about an appropriate strategy for the second half. If you find the pace too fast in the early miles, then slow down and drop back from the team so you’ll be able to finish the race.

The Pace Team promises to provide fun and excitement for both first times, and experienced marathoners looking to reach their running goals – whether that’s a personal best, or just getting across the finish line.