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Posts tagged with: Women Of HDOR

Andrea Shefferman (Delhi) – Women Of HDOR

The first year I participated in HDOR I had just begun running. I was regularly running 3 days a week and wasn’t sure I could run every day. HDOR challenged...... Read More

Surabhi Mahata (Bengaluru) – Women Of HDOR

Back in 2015, the first time someone mentioned a “10k run” to me, I didn’t even understand what it meant. Did the participant have to pay/raise Rs.10k, or was the...... Read More

Dr. Ritu Aurora (Noida) – Women Of HDOR

I am Dr. Ritu Aurora, an eye specialist & an enthusiastic marathoner & yoga practitioner. Last year I motivated my husband to join HDOR & this year, we both are...... Read More

Hetal Himanshu (Vadodara) – Women Of HDOR

When I first read about HDOR in 2016 I jumped in without thinking. I could run only for 4 consecutive days and then gave up. Later on, I observed that...... Read More

Terry Amina (Kenya) – Women Of HDOR

I am a Founder and Captain of a running club called Tizi360 in Kenya (Rift Valley). In existence for the last 5 years, our membership of approximately 44 members is...... Read More

Nisha Tyagi (Faridabad) – Women Of HDOR

I am a simple homemaker, life always revolved around home & family. Got inspired by my husband & I also started going out for some small distances in 2017. And...... Read More

Rashi Shah (London) – Women Of HDOR

I got introduced to the HDOR community and concept in my very first year of running in 2017 which helped me develop running as a part of my routine life....... Read More

Irina Hazarika Barua (Guwahati) – Women Of HDOR

As 100 Days of Running enters its sixth edition, it’s encouraging to know that there are more women participating in this event than most other running events. Since my own...... Read More

Cocky Van Dam (Mumbai) – Women Of HDOR

The HDOR has helped me and many other women to become regular runners. Within our ‘Run for Naz’ group (consisting of the Naz Foundation (India) Trust staff): 75% of the...... Read More

Sukhpreet Kaur (Chandigarh) – Women Of HDOR

My HDOR journey or my transformation can be called as “Treading thorns towards the spring season – From a griever to a runner.” There is plentiful learning from HDOR which...... Read More