Hyderabad Marathons And Running Events
Upcoming Races in Hyderabad
Hyderabad Half Marathon
Organized by NEB Sports, the Hyderabad Half Marathon, is one of the upcoming races held annually in the city of Hyderabad.
The event offers 3 categories of races: Half Marathon (21.1km), 10K run and 5K runs read more…
Hyderabad River HM
Keep On Running India is an association of runners, consisting of people who have been running for at least 2 to 4 years. This is the attempt to experience the other side of running.
Running can be done for a variety of reasons over the years, including as a hobby, for fitness, and for fun. This event will be organized by runners, for those who run as a way to live! The flat track will be 10 km long. This should encourage all who want to set a Personal Best (PB) read more…
NMDC Hyderabad Marathon
The NMDC Hyderabad Marathon, first held in 2011, is one of India’s largest marathons is a 2-day event offering multiple races including a full marathon, a half marathon, a 10k race, and a 5k fun race.
Earlier known as the Airtel Hyderabad marathon, it is a flagship event of the Hyderabad Runners Society and has become a defining event in Hyderabad City read more…
Running Events Near Hyderabad
Global Grace Cancer Run
Grace Cancer Run 2022 has returned, and it will be bigger and better than ever before. People have been remiss in their awareness of cancer, and presented for treatment and diagnosis far later than necessary during the global pandemic.
The Run’s Objectives is to participate in the Cancer Awareness Program across the Globe. The Mission is to Promote physical activity in society as a way to combat and prevent cancer read more…
Pink Night Run
Pink Night Run was created to celebrate the spirit of womanhood, and to promote women’s safety, health and education. This is India’s largest Night Run platform that supports women. Both male and female participants are welcome to participate in the run.
The event will take place in various Indian cities and support various charities that work for women’s safety, education and health. Both male and female participants are welcome to run in the Run read more…