Pinkathon Mumbai: Calling All Women to Run Together For a Cause
The city of Mumbai is abuzz with events throughout the year but one of the most unique among them is Pinkathon Mumbai. This one of a kind marathon organized specifically for the women of the city.
Pinkathon is aimed to spread awareness regarding women empowerment and welfare and encourages the women to run for this pertinent cause. The core ideology behind this event is that no nation can or should expect overall progress until the women are empowered and strong. Pinkathon Mumbai is, therefore, an initiative to encourage the women to take control of their own health and to prioritize it above everything else.
Hundreds of women will be running for this volunteer event in Mumbai, setting an example for the female population of the country and of the world.
These women will push their limits and display their physical strength to emphasize that physical fitness should be a goal not just for the men but also for the women.
They will spread the message that women must set aside some time for their own health, for regular exercise and for routine checkups to ensure that they do not fall prey to a life-threatening disease.
Female health is still a taboo topic in many parts of the country and this marathon is an excellent opportunity for the women to come out on the tracks and bring this topic to the limelight. Every participant of Pinkathon Mumbai will be an inspiration for women across the globe and will help in encouraging them to set fitness goals and to achieve them in an independent manner. Therefore, if you too support the cause of women empowerment then stop cheering from the stands and put on your running shoes to participate in Pinkathon Mumbai.
Start Date – Tuesday, 17th October 2017 onwards
End Date – Friday, 8th December 2017, 6:00 pm IST or as soon as running places are filled, whichever is earlier.
Pink Carnival (Bib Collection):
Date – Friday, 15th December 2017 and Saturday, 16th December 2017
Colors Pinkathon Mumbai 2017 – Sunday, 17th December 2017
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