Fit Is The New Cool

It’s raining. It’s too sunny. I slept at 4 am. Feel too lethargic. Well, these are just some of the excuses summed up regarding throwing off the quilt and going for a run early morning.  So what should get you going? Simply put: Running is something you do for yourself. Something that keeps Read more…

MRC Veterans: Nitin Abhinav

Nitin Abhinav is a fresh Post-Graduate from MCODS, Manipal. Though newer to distance running than our other Veterans, he’s got a fire inside him which burns equally bright as them. With an avid interest in sports, he’s not merely a spectator. This guy’s got big plans for the future, both in Read more…

MRC Veterans: Aayush Khanna

Today we’re profiling Aayush, a recent graduate from MIT, distance runner, avid football player, friendly, popular, and an all-rounder. Aayush comes from a family of athletes and sports-persons and he lives up to the high standards set by them in these fields, carving out his own niche. We’ll be probing Read more…

Empowe-Running

In 1965, the year I first ran the Boston Marathon, there were no women in the field of about 400 participants. On Monday morning, 18th April, 2016, more than 13,000 women will start the 120th Boston Marathon.- Roberta Gibb The Boston Marathon gender barrier fell 50 years ago, on April 19, Read more…

MRC Veterans: Ganga Shinghal

  “There are roads, paths and trails everywhere. All you need to do is to step out, travel miles and tread on unknown paths. Explore the world. Experience nature. Embrace the gusty wind. Embark on a journey of relaxation, realization and rejuvenation.” These lines sum up Ganga Shinghal’s opinion of Read more…