Aegis Federal Life Insurance Mumbai Half Marathon will be organized on Sunday. Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar will mark the flag for this half marathon. In fact, this will be the fifth edition of the Aegis Federal Life Insurance Mumbai Half Marathon. At the same time, now this race is making a comeback after the corona virus infection. More than 13,500 runners will participate in this marathon in three different categories of the marathon. Along with this, Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar will also award the winner of the Half Marathon.

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Sachin Tendulkar, Brand Ambassador, Aegis Federal Life Insurance, said, “Running for exercise has many benefits, both physical and mental. Since the pandemic, the focus on fitness has increased tremendously and people have embraced a lifestyle active and healthy. Sachin further added that Aegis Federal Life Insurance has been slowly building up the fitness movement in the country over the years. Every year at the Mumbai Half Marathon, we see a diversity of runners going from serious runners to amateurs. Those who come to participate in this race with their family and friends. I express my best wishes to all participants for a safe and successful race.

At the same time, Karthik Raman, director of marketing for Aegis Federal Life Insurance, said: “Every year, racing enthusiasts look forward to participating in this unique monsoon race. This year we are also pleased with the positive response from participating runners. in this race in Mumbai. I look forward to participating. I hope that this positive attitude will continue and that Mumbai will represent the nation with a fit and healthy lifestyle.” It should be noted that the half marathon will start at Jio Gardens BKC and will consist of two 10 km rounds through the internal roads of the complex. The oldest runner in the half marathon is 82 years old while the female participants are 72 years old. The youngest riders on the grid are a seven-year-old girl and an eight-year-old boy. They will both land in the 5K challenge. The organizer of the Mumbai Half Marathon, NEB Sports, has announced that permits and clearances have been granted for the resumption of various races across the country. NEB Sports CMD Nagraj Adiga said: “We have done our best to make this race safe and enjoyable for all the runners. We wish everyone the best for the race on Sunday.”

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