pacers

Introduction

Year on year the Airtel Delhi Half Marathon has grown by leaps and bounds, not only in the hearts of runners but also with the city at large. Like every year there will be esteemed runners who will lead as pacers for their pacing buses. Keeping in mind the international norms this edition we have kept a 5 min interval between the buses right from the super pacey 1 hr 45 min to 3 hr. This large spectrum is kept in order to accommodate a diverse group of runners keeping their individual goals in mind. These pacers are accomplished and well known runners in the running society who are capable of guiding fellow runners achieve their goal.

Who are Pace Setters?

A pace-setter is a runner who is a veteran of many races and knows the art of pace setting. Pacer is a committed runner who is able to set a steady pace throughout the distance and bring in the group of runners following him/her from the start to the finish at the predetermined time.

The group following a pace setter is called a ‘Bus’. The idea is that the pacer must finish just around 1 minute before the promised time. So, if you have joined the sub 1:45 hour bus, the pace setter will lead you to through the finish line somewhere between 1:44 – 1:45 hours, but not even 1 second over 1:45 hours.

You can connect with your chosen pacer here - https://www.facebook.com/groups/1688982478083479/

01:45

  • Alfredo Miranda
  • Amit Ojha

01:50

  • Vineet Agrawal
  • Manik Dhodi

01:55

  • Dinesh Heda

02:00

  • Suresh Srinivasan
  • Shailja Sridhar

02:05

  • Umesh Gupta
  • Saurabh Aggarwal

02:10

  • Tarun Walecha
  • Joginder Chandna

02:15

  • Naveen Kundu
  • Gaurav Garg
  • Sunil Chainani

02:20

  • Nikhil Sasidharan
  • Rajeev Janveja

02:30

  • Tanuja Sodhi
  • Sanjeev Chhabra
  • Adil Nargolwala

02:40

  • Ankush Mendiratta
  • Vinod Kaul

02:50

  • Bijender Vats
  • Amit Sinha