PINKRUN 2020 (2nd Edition): Event Highlights

After an overwhelming response of the first edition, again on 8th march 2020, the second edition of PinkRun, was organized where more than 1000 women runners, all dressed in pink, crossed the finish line and made themselves proud. With the city beautifully painted in all colours of pink, it was a fun event filled with loads of energy, laughter and dance.  The participants didn’t only have the medals, but a lifetime of new healthy habits, new friendships and an array of memories to take home.

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PINKRUN 2019 (1st Edition): Event Highlights

On, 10th of March 2019, the women of Kota woke up to the joy of running. The city’s best, brightest, noblest, oldest and the youngest of females, all came together to run. Not because they were athletes or great runners or leading their field, but just because they wished to adopt a healthy way of life through their newly picked-up sport, that’s running. Apart from encouraging fitness among women, they also ran in support of the noble cause of spreading awareness about breast cancer. But above everything else, they ran as one to celebrate the spirit of women.

The first edition of PinkRun was widely accepted with great enthusiasm by the city of Kota. Over 460 women runners actively participated and ran a good 3.2 kms for The Pink Run on Sunday, 10th March 2019, with the strong support of our sponsors, Kota Heart Institute and Shriji Hospital, Kota. With the youngest runner being 6 years of age and the oldest at 82, the run saw a wide range of women participation from all age categories. All the finishers were rewarded with a beautiful Pink Medal.