With just one week to go for the Airtel Delhi Half Marathon 2013, the excitement levels only seem to get bigger and better. The thrill to run the six edition of the Airtel Delhi Half Marathon, was evident at the Get Active Expo, which was inaugurated by First Indian IPS Women Dr. Kiran Bedi, Mr. Somdeb Basu, Brand Director, Reebok India, Mr. Mahesh Shetty from Radio Mirchi and Mr. Dilip Jayram, CEO Procam International, the promoters of the Airtel Delhi Half Marathon at the NSIC Ground, Exhibition Complex, Gate No. 3 & 4, Okhla Industrial Area, here on Friday.
The Get Active Expo is organised and marketed by Radio Mirchi Activations from December 6 to 8 and is a unique opportunity for health, fitness and wellbeing enthusiasts to come together under one roof. The Expo will be on between 11.00 am to 7.00 pm on all the three days and will also be the venue for all confirmed participants from Delhi and its surrounding areas to come and collect their running numbers along with the goodie bags. Outstation runners can collect their running numbers and goodie bags on December 14 between 11.00 am and 5.00 pm at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Gate no.14.
Exciting times at the Expo: The grand finale of the Airtel Treadmillion Challenge will be conducted at the Expo on all 3 days. Reebok Brand Director, Somdeb, conducting Health & Fitness session on Friday between 4.45 to 5 pm, also Rahul Verghese Running & Living session on Friday and Sunday.
A limited number of running bibs will be sold at the Expo by Concern India Foundation at their stall, with the proceeds going towards charity. Bibs for the Half Marathon will be available for Rs 4000, and bibs for the Great Delhi Run at Rs 3000.
The Following partners will have interactive stalls at the Expo: Reebok, Max Healthcare, Enerzal, Radio Mirchi and Concern India Foundation. In addition to the above, Oxfam India, Fitness First, Borges, Snickers, JK Developers, GU Labs and ASICS Japan will also have stalls at the Expo.
Running is so tedious, painful and exhausting, so why do we run at all? People run for many reasons- to lose weight or to achieve an ideal body weight, for better health, to stay fit and the list goes on…