Important: Do go through Entry Rules & Regulations before applying for the Event.
You can use a photocopy of the physical or downloaded form from the event website to send in your application. Please note, only one applicant can apply for the Event using a single form. It’s important you do not submit more than one entry per person – multiple applications will entail all being rejected.
Use only the application modes suggested on this website to submit your entries. No individual/group has been authorised to collect entries on behalf of the organizers.
Please thoroughly go through all relevant information given on the event website and application form prior to submitting your application.
Please note the marathon and half marathon race categories are open ONLY for individual entries. NO GROUP ENTRIES will be accepted for the Marathon and Half Marathon race categories. Only applicants for the Dream Run, Senior Citizens’ Run and Champions With Disability categories can apply as a group.
One representative can submit application forms for maximum 10 individual runners for Half Marathon race category.
Only applications with timing certificate will only be accepted for the marathon and half marathon race categories. There will be limited running places available as Women’s Quota (Registrations Closed) and as charity running places. Please read Confirmation Criteria.
On entry confirmation, marathon and half marathon runners will be further classified into age categories for prize money. Please click here for information on prize money.
To field a team, the company needs to needs to fulfil the appended requirement and submit the documents are detailed below:
Where 20 or more individuals submit their entries together, this will constitute a group entry. All members of a group have to fill and sign individual physical entry forms – online group registration is not possible. Under ‘Application Type’ in the entry form, applicants need to choose ‘Group’, mentioning the group name and size of the group. Please DO NOT club Half Marathon entries with group entries – such entries will be disqualified. Group entries only for the Dream Run, Senior Citizens’ Run and/or Champions With Disability categories will be entertained.
For group entries, only ONE cheque/DD will accepted for payment of relevant entry fees.
Each group must submit their entries together one time, in a single envelope under a covering letter on a official letterhead issued by the company/NGO/ any entity stating -
We recommend Champions with Disability participants be accompanied by an attendant on race day. The attendant is required to fill in a separate form and submit the same along with the form of the Champions with Disability participant, marking the said form as “Attendant of ________ (name of Champions with Disability participant)”. No entry fee is charged for the attendant.
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Confirmation of applications received will be subject to Entry Rules & Guidelines given herein. Confirmation of marathon and half marathon applications will also be subject to the Confirmation Criteria.
Unsuccessful applicants can approach participating NGO’s for available Charity running numbers. Such charity running spaces will be available at a premium, the proceeds going for the benefit of the chosen NGO.
Post close of registrations, email confirmations will be sent to all the confirmed participants who have given their valid email id in the application form. Physical acceptance letters will be posted ONLY to those applicants who have not given their email address in the application form. If you do not receive any intimation from the race office, please contact our event helpline number +91 22 42020200 or email us at email@example.com
Applicants of following race categories can check status of their application online on dates mentioned below -
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