18th Tata Mumbai Marathon on May 30; Limited On-ground Participation, Besides Virtual Run This Year

Entertainment | February 10, 2021 | News

Tata Mumbai Marathon Procam International

Procam International, promoters of Mumbai’s iconic marathon, have announced that the 18th edition of the Tata Mumbai Marathon (TMM) will take place on May 30, 2021. The marathon, usually held on the third Sunday in January every year, has a delayed date with the city due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

“With cautious optimism and hope, this decision has been taken after deliberation and collaborative efforts with the state and civic authorities, including Indian and international athletic bodies,” says a statement from the organisers.

Procam International will look to conduct the on-ground event adhering to all Government-mandated safety protocols, with limited participation in the Full Marathon, Half Marathon and 10 km runs. While limited numbers will run from their scheduled location, participants from across India and the world, will be able to run as one with TMM from a location of their preference, via the official TMM 2021 app. The promoters will continue to monitor the situation to ensure safety of all participants, officials, volunteers and the running fraternity.

The rescheduled date should give runners the necessary time to prepare for the Tata Mumbai Marathon. Also, NGOs, companies and individual fund-raisers get time for effective outreach, in order to raise funds for their chosen cause.

Details including format of the race, registration details, safety measures, protocols, and participant requirements will be shared at a later date.                                       

About the Tata Mumbai Marathon
The Tata Mumbai Marathon has grown to become a testimony of the power of the human spirit, and the wonders that one can achieve, as a collective. Over the past 17 years, it has evolved from starting a fitness revolution that has spawned over 1,000 road races in the country, to creating a springboard for Indian long and middle-distance runners; people coming together - beyond politics, religion, race, colour, - a beacon of humanity and compassion for the nation and the world.

Today, the Tata Mumbai Marathon is amongst the top 10 marathons in the world and has truly put India on the global map of distance running. It has six different race categories - Full Marathon (42.195 km), Half Marathon (21.097 km), Dream Run (6.6 km), Senior Citizens Race (4.7 km), Champions with Disability category (2.1 km) and an Open 10K run.

TMM is one of the largest fund-raising platforms for civil society organisations, and has raised more than Rs 266 crore benefiting over 700 NGOs, supporting myriad causes and helping millions in the society to live a #BetterTommorow in 17 years of its existence. Last year, the Tata Mumbai Marathon 2020 raised Rs 45.90 crore for philanthropic causes.

The marathon, usually held on the third Sunday of January every year, has a delayed date with the city due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Registration and other details to be announced later.

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