NRIPEN CHOWDHURY I started running at the age of 65 in 2016 & so far did 72 official running events (ultramarathon - 1, marathon - 6, half marathon - 28, 25K - 3, 15K - 2, 10K - 30, masters games - 2, at home & abroad. I am fortunate to become the oldest runner to be procam slammer in 2028-2019. I was also procam slammer in 2019-2020. After corona, again I completed all the four races of procam starting with TCSW10K 22, finished with TMM23. In masters games I won 5 gold &1 bronze medal in 2022.
Justice Sat Paul Bangarh Please register me for 10kTCS run Bengaluru 17/5/2020
G.mohan I started running at the age of 66 years in mysore.so far 36 runs finisher.both 5and10 km.
My next goal21.5 km
I enjoy running.
TCS WORLD 10K BENGALURU, Race Date: 2023-05-21, Distance: 10k
Course records set at 2018 Event
Geoffrey Kamworor fulfilled all expectations and consolidated his reputation as arguably the best road racer in the world below the marathon distance by winning his third title at the TCS World 10K in Bengaluru, India,on Sunday.
The Kenyan, the winner of the last two world half marathon titles and first man across the line in Bengaluru in 2012 and 2014, couldn’t challenge his course record of 27:44 on a hot and humid morning but crossed the line in 28:18 after impressively imposing his authority on the race just after the halfway point.
In sharp contrast to men’s race, the Elite International women’s contest was a close-fought three-way affair which only got decided in the final 500m as the first three runners home went under the former course record of 31:46 by Kenya’s Lucy Kabuu in 2014. The Kenya trio of Pauline Kamulu, Caroline Kipkirui and Agnes Tirop were accompanied by Ethiopia’s Netsanet Gudeta and Senbere Teferi.
Amongst the Elite Indian Women,Sanjivani Jadhav, set the course ablaze this hot morning in Bangalore, completing her race at 33:38, officially setting a new course record post a nine year interlude. Sanjivani, crossing the finish line at 33:38, bettered her previous time on the same course by2:35minutes, (her finish time at the TCS World 10K in Bangalore was earlier at 36:13 in 2016 when she was runner-up) and also ended ranked 10 amongst the overall elite women (international and Indian) in competition at this edition.
The last course record amongst the Indian elite women was set by Kavita Raut in the year 2009 with a time of 34:32, a record that Sanjivani was delighted at breaking sharing,“It feels great to create anewcourse record, and I know that Kavita Di (Kavita Raut) would be glad that it was me who broke this record as we are in the same academy and she has been a senior that I have looked upto for many years.”