Around 200 women participated in Pinkathon 2nd edition, which took place on October 20, with the aim of promoting a healthy lifestyle. The marathon started early in the morning from the NOIDA stadium. Hundreds of supporters cheered the marathon. It was a five-kilometre run and ended at 7 a.m.
Model, actor and fitness enthusiast, Milind Soman, started Pinkathon in 2013. Since then he has been able to promote it in around 12 more countries. Using community running as a tool, Pinkathon and its ambassadors have encouraged thousands of women across the country to run for health and follow it as a way of living.
Promoting the benefits of running a marathon, especially for women, Pinkathon’s 2nd Edition has attracted the attention of many. Further, we believe that these social gatherings will bring about a major change in women’s health.
Women Talk on Pinkathon 2nd Edition
“I have been running for the last two years. Though I was inspired by Milind Soman who initiated Pinkathon to create awareness that every woman must take responsibility of their health and stay fit but every woman who is part of Pinkathon inspires me more,” says Bharti Sabharwal, Pinkathon Noida Ambassador in a press release.
Started as a running event, Pinkathon has now become a campaign that includes more people.
“It’s a great event. I never miss a chance, and this is my second time. It’s a must-do for anyone who wants to stay healthy, fit and inspire others. It might look difficult in the beginning but actually, it’s not. It keeps me going,” says Radhika Sinha, a participant in a press release.
Pinkathon claims that by taking some time for themselves, women will prioritize their well being. Similarly based on this, many were able to bring about a positive change in life. We assume that in many people associated with them, a change in one life can bring about a change.