Good morning and welcome to the TATA Mumbai Marathon live blog. In a few minutes now over 50,000 people will flood the streets of Mumbai trying to get to the finish line. They will be part of the largest marathon in Asia, the Mumbai Marathon. The Tata Mumbai Marathon is ready to hit the restart button after a COVID-19-induced break of two years.
Stunning visuals of the Bandra-Worli Sea link as runners participate in the half marathon | Swapnil Sakhare
The city will reverberate once again with the sound of running feet as thousands of Mumbaikars, young and old, hit the streets on Sunday morning when the much-awaited TATA Mumbai Marathon 2023 is flagged off at CST.
As the race approaches flag off. Athletes begin their warm up.
Record numbersat this year's Tata Mumbai Marathon. 23,000 participants took place in the dream run that flagged off at 5:30 am. 55,000 runners vying for the super human title in the elite race
Bustling crowds at CST ahead of flag-off | Swapnil Sakhare
Tata Mumbai Marathon 2023 flags off, runners take to the steets, make their way from CST.
The like of Derara Hurisa, Hayle Lemi, Sharon Cherop look to take early advantage
Prize money for Tata Mumbai Marathon Elite Run : 1st: $45,000, 2nd: $25,000, 3rd: $17,000, 4th: $12,000, 5th: $8,000
Chief Minister Eknath Shinde and Dy CM Devendra Fadnavis at the starting line of the TATA Mumbai Marathon 2023 | Ronald Chettiar
Differently abled runners gear up ahead of disability run
Athletes reach Peddar Road, Ethiopia's Derara Hurisa in joint lead
Tribal Healthcare and Women Empowerment showcase foundation works outside CST | Chhaya Gupta
TATA Mumbai Marathon 6km Dream Run underway
TATA Mumbai Marathon 6km Dream Run underway |
BMC commissioner Iqbal Singh Chahal spotted at the TATA Mumbai Marathon 2023 outside CST. The 2004 Thane collector spoke to Free Press Journal about his journey, participating in all 18 editions of the Mumbai Marathon since 2004
Vaastav Foundation an NGO that demads equal rights for both genders hold banners as they parade their way on the sidelines of the TATA Mumbai Marathon. Some of the banners read "Treat Both Genders Equally", False "Accusers Deserve Jail"
Runners in good spirits as they make their way on to the Bandra-Worli Sea Link
Showcasing patriotism at the Tata Mumbai Marathon 2023. Participant runs with the national flag on the Bandra-Worli Sea Link
2016 Boston Marathon Winner Hayle Lemi breaks Mumbai Marathon record of 2:08:09, finishes race in 2:07:28
Former Asian marathon champion and Olympian Gopi Thonakal first placed Indian at 2:16:38
Three Indians finish race under 2 hours 20 minutes
Anchialem Haymanot of Ethiopia 1st placed Woman, finishes race at 2:24:13
Runners head for recovery session and physiotherapy at the medical base camp following 42km Tata Mumbai Marathon run
Runners head for recovery session and physiotherapy at the medical base camp following 42km Tata Mumbai Marathon run | Sherine Raj
Mumbai Police spotted all suited up to tackle any untoward incidents
Mumbai Police spotted all suited up to tackle any untoward incident | Nickole Fernades
Chavi Yadav, fastest Indian woman finish at 2:50:39
Shrimad Rajchandra Mission a spiritual movement for inner transformation through wisdom, talk about their journey with the Mumbai Marathon
Runners in all sorts of costumes and apparel turned up for the grand return of the TATA Mumbai Martahon 2023. Here is a man in an embroidered waistcoat beating the cools winds of the Mumbai winter.
Amarjeet Singh Chawla inspired many by competing in the Half Marathon event , running 21kms despite being visually impaired
Runners relax at the recovery zone after super human run
Dy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis Tweets on highly succesful completion of TATA Mumbai Marathon 2023
Celebrations after highly exhaustive run. Participants put on their dancing shoes
Watch: Visuals captured of the early morning amateur run at the Tata Mumbai Marathon 2023
Return of the Tata Mumbai Marathon raised spirits in the city.Participants rose above obstacles. Sarthak Malani was one such case where a knee injury didn't stop him from competing at the race. He found an innovative way to compete by running backwards
Watch: Long distance runner Amit dedicates completion of Tata Mumbai Marathon 2023 to love of his life Ruchita
Vaishnav Patil a 23 year old transman speaks about thier ordeals as a member of the LGBTQ community on the sidelines of the Mumbai Marathon 2023. Highlights goodwill work of Urja Foundation
"This was my first marathon": Chavi Yadav the fastest Indian woman at the Tata Mumbai Marathon 2023.
It was a pleasure bringing you this exclusive coverage of the Tata Mumbai Maratho 2023. We thanks our reporters on the field Ronald Chettiar, Chhaya Gupta and Nickole Fernandes
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