Baroda will see first of its kind marathon event in city soon. The Color Run India is organizing their 1st edition The Color Run India 2016 5k Marathon in Baroda. The Color Run India 2016 5k Marathon in Baroda will be organized on 22 May 2016. The Color Run Baroda is a unique paint race that celebrates healthiness, happiness, individuality, and giving support to the public.
22 May 2016, Sunday
The Color Run India is 5 Km paint race that is inspired by the festival of Holi. The Color Run India 2016 5k Marathon in Baroda will be held on 22 May 2016, Sunday. 5k Marathon in Baroda Venue will be coming soon.
The Color Run India 2016 5k Marathon Rules:
- All participants are welcome… Fast, Slow, Runner, Walker, Old, And Young. Participants over the age of four need to register?
- White dress code at the official start line
- Be prepared for colored Picasso-painting madness and lots of dancing at the Finish Festival!
Baroda, Gujarat’s third largest city, is considered the state’s cultural capital. Together they represent the diversity of religious influences that have pervaded Gujarat. The city is mixture of many eras and its reputation as “Cultural Capital” dates largely from the late 19th c, when it was the capital of the princely state of Baroda.
The Color Run India was founded in March 2011 as an event to promote healthiness and happiness by bringing the community together to participate in the Happiest 5k on the Planet. The Color Run India is an event is owned and operated by The Color Run LLC.
The Color Run India 5K Marathon in Baroda 2016 is aimed for spreading awareness of Cardiac diseases in Children and raise funds for treating disadvantaged children suffering from Cardiac Diseases. The Color Run India 5k event celebrates active lifestyles, helping kids while having fun and all for a good reason.
Less about your 10-minute-mile and more about having the time of your life, The Color Run India happiest 5k is a five-kilometer, un-timed race in which thousands of participants are doused from head to toe in different colors at each kilometer.
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