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Berhanu Legese and Almaz Ayana win 2017 Delhi Half Marathon

The 2017 edition of the Airtel Delhi Half Marathon lived up to its legacy of being the World’s most prestigious half marathon, with Procam International announcing and delivering a slew of initiatives to be able to provide athletes with a better running environment.

The race turned out to be a bag full of surprises as favourites made way for new champions. The Indians had a fabulous race with Indian elites Nitendra Singh Rawat and L Suriya smashing the course records in their respective categories. 


Delhi Half Marathon to go ahead despite Smog

Procam International, promoters of the Airtel Delhi Half Marathon (ADHM), outlined arrangements that will be put in place for the 35,000 participants for Sunday, 19th November along with medical facilities and the route at a media conference at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium on Wednesday. Present on the occasion were Hugh Jones – Race Director, ADHM, Dr Krishlay Datta, Medical Director, Rajeev Ranjan, Deputy Commissioner, Traffic, Central Range and Vivek Singh, Jt. MD, Procam International.

With the current challenges that the capital city is facing, Procam International has worked on an elaborate plan of action in consultation with experts from Centre for science, technology, policy makers to identify source contribution. From this data, measures are being deployed to provide the best of atmosphere for runners to have a safe and memorable race day at ADHM 2017.


Summer Cook and Marten Van Riel collect final world cup titles of the season

Ending the 2017 world cup season with a bang, USA’s Summer Cook and Marten Van Riel of Belgium were crowned victorious at the 2017 Miyazaki ITU Triathlon World Cup. With the wins, both Cook and Van Riel collected career milestones. Cook earned her second straight world cup gold after winning in Tongyeong the week before and also claimed the Miyazaki title for the very first time. While Van Riel seized his very first career world cup win.

Joining Cook on the women’s podium was USA compatriot Taylor Spivey who claimed silver and Emma Jackson(AUS) who took the bronze.


The 2017 World Cup season comes to a close at the 2017 Miyazaki ITU Triathlon World Cup

The 2017 World Cup season has finally reached its final destination. After touring the globe and visiting 14 cities in 12 different countries across five continents, elite racing hits the 15th and last stop of the year for the 2017 Miyazaki ITU Triathlon World Cup.

This year has been an exciting one as 25 unique men and women have collected world cup gold medals, including 12 who embraced the top of the podium for the very first time in their careers.


Bravo and Grajales claim final sprint distance victories of 2017 season at the 2017 Salinas ITU Triathlon World Cup

In the final sprint distance world cup race of the 2017 season, the 2017 Salinas ITU Triathlon World Cup saw five of the six podium positions go to first-time world cup medallists. Ecuador's own Elizabeth Bravo won her first world cup title of her career, doing so in her home nation. While in the men's race, Mexico's Crisanto Grajales returned to the top of the podium for the first time since 2012.

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