PRESS NOTE - INDIAN RUNNING DAY
The word Independence holds a great importance for everyone across the globe. On the occasion of 74th Independence Day, CYRUNS Sports is happy to announce the 3rd edition of INDIAN RUNNING DAY 2020 across the world.
Theme of Indian Running Day is “Vasudhaiv Kutumbakam – The World is one family”
Indian Running Day is celebrated through a unique concept of Virtual Run/Walk. Anyone can join irrespective of age, gender or class and have to run/walk a minimum of 1 KM. As a part of CYRUNS “FREE RUN” initiative the participation in Indian Running Day is free & one can register by clicking on the following link www.indianrunningday.com one can also opt for exclusive T-shirt, Unique Medal & an Indian Flag.
Indian Running Day aims to reach out to thousands of people across the globe for which we have our Unity Ambassadors, Mentors and Inspirational runners who will be running in their respective cities to spread the message of health and happiness.
Our Face of The Event are Sufiya Sufi - Guinness Book of World Record Holder for fastest Women to Run Kashmir to Kanyakumari & Marcos Praveen Teotia - 26/11 Terrorist Attack Hero, Ironman and Shaurya Chakra Awardee. There are Unity Ambassadors in different cities to drive this initiatives.
Indian Running Day is associated with Run2Feed Foundation where each KM you run will donate 65 Calories to the undernourished children for their meals.
Let’s live the spirit of INDIAN RUNNING DAY which helps to build a healthy nation & a healthy world by spreading HEALTH, PEACE AND HAPPINESS across the globe and to spread the message of ‘Vasudhaiv Kutumbakam – The World is one family’.
Note: Indian Running Day was founded by Coach Rahul Sharma who himself battled with chronic diseases & came out of medicine dependence. Left his 2 decades of corporate life & is on a mission to make World – A healthy place to live in.
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