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100 Days Of Steps Challenge-2023

Anytime Anywhere

100 Days Of Steps is a 10-stage challenge lasting 100 days. With the duration of 10 days for each stage comes 5 unique challenges which get tougher as you move onto the next stage. From stage 2, challenges are determined based on your accomplishments from stage 1. Earn points for every 1000 steps you walk...

₹149

Run 2023 Km/Miles in 2023

Anytime Anywhere

Running 2023 km in the year requires a high level of dedication through the year where you will be averaging about 5.54 km for every day of the year, no mean feat. A distance that can challenge the most experienced of runners.

₹399

Annual Running Challenges 2023

Bringing 4 different annual running challenges in 2023. Take your pick! Whether you take on the 5 Km, 10 Km, Half Marathon or Marathon challenge, you will be required to run the chosen distance certain minimum number of times during the calendar year (Jan 1st to Dec 31st) to complete this challenge. You will be...

₹399

Annual Steps Challenge – 2023

Anytime Anywhere

Bringing 4 different annual step challenges in 2023. Take your pick! Whether you take on the 3000 Steps, 5000 Steps, 7500 Steps or 10000 Steps challenge, you will be required to take the chosen number of steps a certain minimum number of times during the calendar year (Jan 1st to Dec 31st) to complete this...

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India Gate to Gateway of India Run

1,423 km is the distance between two majestic and historic landmarks of India, India Gate in Delhi, and Gateway of India in Mumbai. Fun fact: India's fitness icon and model Milind Soman ran this distance in 2012 in 30 days. How many days will you take?

₹899

Run The Himalayas

2,400 km is equivalent to the length of the majestic Himalayan mountain range, which also includes the world’s highest peak, the Mount Everest. High five as you virtually run by many of the world’s tallest peaks, including (from west to east) Nanga Parbat, Annapurna, Mount Everest, and Kanchenjunga.

₹899

Kargil to Kanyakumari Run

3,872 km is equivalent to the distance between two key landmarks of India, Kargil in the north, and Kanyakumari in the south of India. Fun fact: The actual route was covered by India's famous ultra marathoner Arun Bhardwaj in 2012 in 61 days. How many days will you take?

₹899

Golden Quadrilateral India Run

5,846 km is the length of the quadrilateral route connecting the four major metro cities of India – Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai and Chennai. passing through 57 major cities. Fun Fact: Michelle Kakade from Pune completed this run in 193 days during 2015-2016. How many days will you take?

₹899
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