23rd and 24th March 2019
6:30 AM to 12:30 PM
Bambolim, GoaDownload Information Guide
REGISTRATION FEE STRUCTURE
|Race Event||Open Category||Age Group Category|
Early bird discount - 10%
(9 a.m. on 9/11/18 to 9 a.m. on 11/11/18)
Group discount (8 and more participants) - 10%
(11/11/18 to 03/03/19)
Armed and paramilitary forces - 5%
(11/11/18 to 03/03/19)
Winners of The Goa Swimathon 2018 (percentages as applicable)
(11/11/18 to 03/03/19)
- Age cut-off is as per current age on or before 31st December 2018. Anyone under the age of 18 years needs to get the entry form signed by a parent/guardian.
- Open category: This category is open for any athlete above the minimum age limit for the respective race and fulfilling eligibility criteria and is gender segregated. There is no upper age limit. Three men’s and three women’s winners will be declared in the open category for each race. Winners will receive trophies and cash prizes.
- Age group category: This category is open for any athlete within the specified age limit for the respective race and fulfilling eligibility criteria and is gender segregated. Three men’s and three women’s winners will be declared in the age group category for each race. Winners will receive trophies only.
EVENTS and COURSE
The 10-km Olympic Swimathon
Swimmers start from the beach and swim a distance of 1.25 km and back, they will repeat this distance four times thus adding up to a total of 10 km.
Participants start from the beach and swim out a distance of 1.25 km to an anchored boat and back towards the beach to another anchored boat at 50 m. Participants are required to complete 4 loops of the said course, thus totalling 10 km.
The 5-km half-Olympic Swimathon
Swimmers start from the beach and swim a distance of 1.25 km and back, they will repeat this distance twice thus adding up to a total of 5 km.
Participants start from the beach and swim out a distance of 1.25 km to an anchored boat and back towards the beach to another anchored boat at 50 m. Participants are required to complete 2 loops of the said course, thus totalling 5 km.
The 250-metre Sprint Swim
Swimmers swim along a course parallel to the beach, between two marker buoys. This means they are always within their depth, and can put their feet down for a rest midway if they are tired.
Participants start from the beach, swim 50 m out, turn left at the first boat and swim 150 m parallel to the beach, turn left at the second boat and head back to the beach
Each swimmer may take part in ONLY one long distance race per day (i.e., 5 km or 10 km on 23rd March 2019 and 1 km or 2 km on 24th March 2019) in addition to the 250 m sprint.
250 m Sprint
1 km Swimathon
2 km Swimathon
5 km Swimathon
10 km Swimathon
AGE GROUP ONLY
(40 + years)
(40 + years)
(40 + years)
(40 + years)
(40 + years)
Age cut-off is as per current age on or before 31st December 2018. Anyone under the age of 18 years needs to get the entry form signed by a parent/guardian. The swimmer’s guardian must provide a letter from the parents of the swimmer stating that the guardian is authorized to the sign the indemnity form on the behalf of the parents.
Open category: This category is gender segregated and open for any swimmer above the minimum age limit for the respective race and fulfilling eligibility criteria. There is no upper age limit. Three men’s and three women’s winners will be declared in the open category for each race. Winners will receive trophies and cash prizes.
Age group category: This category is gender segregated and open for any swimmer within the specified age limit for the respective race and fulfilling eligibility criteria. Three men’s and three women’s winners will be declared in the age group category for each race. Winners will receive trophies only.
The registration form and the right to participate in the event and the rights and benefits available to the swimmer is at the sole discretion of Enduro Sports Goa and cannot be transferred to any other person or event under any circumstance. The actual swimmer alone shall be entitled to the rights and benefits arising out of such confirmation of participation.
Powers of the Head Referee:
The Head Referee has the power:
- To interpret and enforce the race rules and any other regulations or policies of Enduro Sports Goa
- To supervise and control the general conduct of all swimmers and to intervene during the race at any stage to ensure that the race rules are observed
- To make decisions with respect to any race-related situation before, during, and/or after the race (including situations not specifically covered in the race rules)
- To instruct, direct, assign duties to, and delegate authority to all other Race Officials
- To overrule the Race Director and any Race Official on any point of interpretation of the race rules
Race Referees will follow all instructions of the Head Referee and the Race Director. Race Officials shall have jurisdiction over all persons in their respective areas of assignment and shall enforce the race rules.
The Head Timer is responsible for collecting and processing all data relevant to the calculation and determination of official race results.
Every swimmer must:
- Practice good sportsmanship at all times
- Be responsible for his/her own safety and the safety of others. No swimmer shall endanger herself/himself or another swimmer. Any swimmer, who intentionally or recklessly presents a danger to any swimmer or who, in the judgment of the Head Referee, appears to present a danger to any swimmer will be disqualified.
- Know, understand and follow the event rules as stated in this information guide
- Wear the official event swimming cap and timing band at all times during the race. Swimmers found to have interchanged their timing band with another swimmer, will result in disqualification of both swimmers from the event and they shall not be allowed to apply or participate in subsequent editions of the event. Please note that if the timing band is not worn as instructed; the swimmer will not receive an official finish time, medal and e-certificate.
- Treat other swimmers, Race Officials, volunteers, spectators and the public with respect and courtesy. Swimmers shall refrain from pushing and shoving other swimmers either at the start, the finish or during the race. Observance of any hostile behaviour will lead to immediate disqualification.
- Avoid the use of abusive language
- Inform a Race Official after withdrawing from the competition. Failing to do this may result in a ban from subsequent events.
- Compete without receiving assistance other than from event personnel and Race Officials
- Avoid displaying any kind of demonstration of political, religious or racial propaganda
- Not dispose of trash or equipment around the course except at clearly identified places. Intentional or careless littering will result in a time penalty or disqualification.
- Not gain or attempt to gain an unfair advantage from any vehicle or object
- Follow the prescribed course. It is the swimmer’s responsibility to know the course. Swimmers must cover the prescribed course in its entirety. Failure to do so will result in a DNF. If an swimmer must exit the course, he or she shall re-enter the course at the same point of departure before continuing. No adjustments in times or results will be made, for any reason whatsoever, for swimmers who fail to follow the proper course.
- Not use any device that will distract the swimmer from paying full attention to their surroundings. Using a device in a distracting manner will result in disqualification.
- Avoid indecent exposure and public nudity at all times during the event. Indecent exposure/public nudity will result in a disqualification.
The assistance provided by Race Officials and volunteers is allowed but is limited to providing drinks, nutrition and medical assistance and other necessary assistance (as may be approved by the Race Director and the Head Referee).
No swimmer shall accept from any person outside the race physical assistance in any form, including food, drink, equipment, support and pacing unless an exception has been granted and approved in writing by Enduro Sports Goa. Any swimmer found to receive unauthorized assistance will be time penalised by 5 minutes or disqualified depending on the nature of the assistance.
Unless otherwise pre-approved by the Event Director or Head Referee, no swimmer shall intentionally physically assist the forward progress of another swimmer on any part of the course. This will result in both swimmers being disqualified.
To be able to compete, swimmers should be in excellent physical condition. Their health and welfare is of paramount importance. By starting in a competition, the swimmers declare they are in good health and are in appropriate physical condition to complete the competition. The Race Director, Race Officials and organizers reserve the right to stop any swimmer from participating who is found medically unfit to continue in the opinion of the medical personnel.
RACE FINISH, TIMINGS AND RESULTS
Swimmers are to participate only in the race category for which they had applied and for which their entry has been confirmed. The entry and timing band are not transferable to any other person under any circumstance.
Swimmers taking part in both the 250 m sprint as well as the 1 km or 2 km swims will need to complete the 1 km or 2 km event before the scheduled start time of the 250 m sprint. Organizers are not responsible for the swimmer’s 250 m entry if they do not finish within the given time. The start of the 250 m sprint will NOT be delayed to accommodate late finishers
All the races will be electronically timed by Alpha Racing Solutions. Swimmers will receive in their race kit:
- Wrist band (water proof)
- Official event swimming cap (wearing of the swimming cap is compulsory – failure to do so will lead to disqualification)
Wrist bands are to be worn on the LEFT wrist ONLY. The band will have the timing chip(s) attached to it.
Please ensure you fasten it securely before the race. It may be a velcro band or sticker tape band depending on the distance you are swimming. In the unlikely situation that the timing band falls off during the swim, the swimmer is required to report the same to the closest anchored boat only.
Swimmers swimming a distance of 250 m, 5 km and 10 km will be given returnable bands with red rubber casing. These swimmers need to pay a deposit of Rs 500 to the timing team at the time of collecting their race-kits. They need to return the band to the timing team after the race and collect the deposit.
The turn around boats for 1 km, 2 km, 5 km and 10 km events will have antennas installed on them. The swimmers MUST pass close to the boats (not more than 5 feet) and raise their left hand once they are close to the antenna so as to ensure a proper reading. They are required to do this each time they pass the turn around boats.
At the finish line, swimmers need to ensure that they pass the finish line antenna from close distance to record their timing. On completion of the race, swimmers are requested to avoid walking back across the finish line to avoid erroneous readings at the timing mat/radar situated at the finish.
Loss of the timing band prior to the race by the swimmer will lead to disqualification. No requests for duplicate/new bands will be entertained.
The race will be won by the swimmer who has the shortest time from the start signal to the moment when the swimmer finishes the race. The official results will list the swimmers according to their finish time. Medals will be given to all swimmers who complete the course. E-certificates will be given to all swimmers who successfully complete the course within the cut-off timings.
The Head Referee, in consultation with the Head Timer, will use all resources reasonably available to decide the final position of every swimmer. Information from technology may be used to assist in the decision-making process. The Head Referee or Head Timer may decide, based on the available evidence, that a race is tied if there is no reasonable way of clearly determining which swimmer crossed the line first.
There are specific finish cut-off timings for each race. Results will be official once the Head Referee signs them. Incomplete results can be declared official at any time; and results will include the following:
- Swimmers who do not finish the competition (DNF)
- Not making the cut-off time (DNQ)
- Those who are disqualified (DQ)
- Swimmers which did not start (DNS)
* Final results will be listed for DNQ swimmers – however, they will receive participation certificates only. DNF swimmers will be listed on the result page as DNF. For DQ swimmers, the final results will not be displayed.
10 km Olympic swimathon
Finish after 6 hrs
5 km half-Olympic swimathon
Finish after 3.5 hrs
2 km swimathon
Finish after 75 min
1 km swimathon
Finish after 45 min
Provisional timings will be sent to each swimmer via SMS within 30 minutes of completion of the race. Provisional timings will be available on the Enduro Sports Goa website (www.endurosportsgoa.com) 48 hrs after completion of the race. Any protests/appeals will need to be submitted via email ONLY to firstname.lastname@example.org within 48 hrs of online display of provisional timings. No protests/appeals will be accepted after this time period. The decision of the Race Director and the Head Referee shall be final and binding.
Final timing results will be displayed on the website on 29th March 2019.
All swimmers in the open category are to carry their NEFT bank details for prize money transfer (which will be completed within 90 working days after the event).
Right of protest or appeal:
The swimmer’s right to protest or appeal, if any, will be governed and handled by Head Referee in consultation with the Race Director.
The start is a mass start and swimmers are advised to place themselves according to their realistic swim times. Those who swim slower should stay towards the back of the line-up.
DO NOT enter and begin the swim from any other point – failure to follow these instructions will lead to disqualification. The competition is land start and land finish type.
Organizers reserve the right to change the said course at any time, this may arise due to construction activity, security and safety reasons, non-compliance from government authorities or any other reasons the organizers deem fit.
Trash bins will be set-up on the beach and will be available on the boats. Bottles, wrappers etc. are to be disposed in the trash bins only and are not to be discarded on the beach or water. Enduro Sports Goa has a strict litter free policy and any swimmer found littering by a
Race Official will be time penalised by an addition of 10 minutes to their final swim time.
5 and 10 km Olympic swimathon
Boat at turn-around point A (50 m from shore)
Boat at mid-point B (600 m from shore)
Boat at turn-around point C (1.25 km from shore)
2 km swimathon
Boat at turn-around point A (500 m from shore)
Boat at turn-around point B (1 km from shore)
1 km swimathon
Boat at turn-around point A (500 m from shore)
1 km, 2 km, 5 km and 10 km swimathons
- Obey lifeguard’s (Drishti Marine) instructions completely and immediately. Failure to do so will result in immediate disqualification. Any swimmer who is deemed unfit to continue the race by the lifeguards, Safety Officers or the Race Officials will be brought back to the shore. Even if the swimmer protests about being pulled from the water, the authority of the Safety Officers is final. Failure to comply will lead to immediate disqualification and such a swimmer will not be allowed to apply or participate in subsequent editions of the event.
- Every swimmer is responsible for his/her safety and will inform the organizers if they have any pre-existing problems that could be dangerous in the sea. Swimmers to ensure adequate hydration at all times.
- Swimmers are required to exercise caution and use common sense if they select to swim prior to the event and to be mindful of underwater hazards. Keep in mind that this is a natural body of water and is subject to hidden hazards including, but no limited to: currents, underwater obstructions, tides, rip currents and indigenous marine life.
- The swim course will be clearly marked and identified with swim buoys and boats. Every swimmer needs to swim to the right hand side of the swim buoys/boats at all times. The swim course is a linear course, wherein swimmers swim out to a clearly marked turn-around anchored boat (fitted with timing radar) and continue with their loop.
- Each swimmer must wear the official event swimming cap provided in their race kit. Failing to wear a swim cap at all times will result in disqualification.
- Swimmers will need to have their race number marked on their arms prior to race start with the timing band to be worn around the left wrist.
- Wearing swim goggles or a face mask is neither prohibited nor required. A personal swim buoy is allowed to be used in the 5 km and 10 km races ONLY.
- The use of snorkels, fins, gloves, paddles or individual paddlers or escorts is prohibited (unless pre-approved in writing by Enduro Sports Goa) and will result in a disqualification. No private boats/ water craft will be allowed in the water during the course of the event. Any swimmer found to be accompanied by water craft/non-registered swimmer will be disqualified.
- Wetsuits are not allowed to be worn during the swim. Wearing a wetsuit in our warm waters (27-280 C) will cause a swimmer to dehydrate and overheat rapidly.
- Head-up swimming only allowed (no prolonged underwater glides)
- If a swimmer needs rest or water, he is to signal the nearest kayak who will assist him with a floatation device, swimmers are NOT allowed to hold onto moving kayaks/jet-skis. Swimmers may also rest by holding onto the buoys/anchored boats.
- Any assistance during the swim will result in disqualification if forward progress was made. Swimmers are permitted to use kayaks, jet-skis and boats as aid, as long as no forward progress is made i.e., water craft must be stationary. Safety Officers, Race Officials and medical personnel reserve the right to remove swimmers from the course if such removal is determined medically necessary.
- Swimmers are to exit the water at the designated area and make sure to run through the timing mat/radar ONLY
- Fresh water shower will be available to swimmers at Bambolim Beach Resort
- No swimming under the influence of alcohol or drugs – swimmers found to be so influenced will be immediately disqualified from the event and shall not be allowed to apply or participate in subsequent editions of the event.
- Headsets or headphones are prohibited during the race.
The Safety Officers have the power to:
- Cancel/abort an individual race or the entire event in agreement with the Race Director in the case of unforeseen circumstances which include but are not limited to risk to life of the swimmers, volunteers, organizers, Race Officials, lifeguards and safety crew and/or spectators
- Alter the swim course if deemed necessary due to prevailing weather and tidal conditions
- Remove any swimmers from the course deemed unfit to continue the race
Safety and Rescue:
Drishti Marine will handle sea safety of the event with adequate number of lifeguards, jet skis and rescue boards. Obey lifeguard (Drishti Marine) instructions completely and immediately. Failure to do so will result in immediate disqualification.
Any swimmer who is deemed unfit to continue the race by the lifeguards, Safety Officers or the Race Officials will be brought back to the shore. Even if the swimmers protest about being pulled from the water, the authority of the Safety Officers is final. Failure to comply will lead to immediate disqualification and such a swimmer will not be allowed to apply or participate in subsequent editions of the event.
Kayaks will constantly patrol the swimming zone for the duration of the race (i.e., within race cut-off timings only). Kayaks will carry a flotation device and drinking water. Swimmers are not allowed to hold onto moving kayaks.
In case a swimmer needs any help, medical attention or wants to be picked up in the middle of the race, he/she should signal (raise the hand above the water) to nearest kayak/jet-ski/anchored boat until he/she is approached by a lifeguard or a race official.
Medical assistance and emergencies:
Manipal Hospitals, Goa will provide a dedicated doctor and paramedic who will be present on the beach for any swimming related incidents throughout the period of race. A dedicated ambulance will also be on stand-by at the event venue.
Organizers reserve the right to stop any swimmer from participating who is found medically unfit to continue in the opinion of the medical personnel.
For further information regarding safety in the sea, please visit our YouTube channel.
First-time sea-swimmers are to inform the event personnel during race kit pick-up.
The minimum age participation for The Goa Swimathon is as follows:
- 10 km Olympic Swimathon – 18 years (with previous 5 km OPEN WATER SEA SWIMMING certificate or full distance triathlon with SEA swim)
- 5 km half-Olympic Swimathon – 16 years (with previous 1.5 km OPEN WATER SEA SWIMMING certificate)
- 2 km Swimathon – 14 years
- 1 km half-Swimathon – 12 years
- 250 m Sprint – 8 years
There is no upper age limit for the open category. Anyone under the age of 18 needs to get the entry form signed by a parent / guardian. The applicant’s guardian must sign the waiver and write his/her relation with the applicant on the form.
We offer our participants the choice of 5 races
- 10 km Olympic Swimathon (electronic timing)
- 5 km half-Olympic Swimathon (electronic timing)
- 2 km Swimathon (electronic timing)
- 1 km half-Swimathon (electronic timing)
- 250 m Sprint (manual timing)
The 5 and 10 km Swimathons are exclusive events for seasoned open water swimmers only. We do not recommend these race for novices. Each participant may take part in ONLY one Swimathon event per day (i.e., 5 km or 10 km on 23rd March 2019 and 1 km or 2 km on 24th March 2019) in addition to the 250m sprint.
Swimmers can choose to register either under the OPEN category or the AGE GROUP category as per their preference. The open category is gender segregated and open for any athlete above the minimum age limit for the respective race and fulfilling eligibility criteria. There is no upper age limit. Three men’s and three women’s winners will be declared in the open category for each race. Winners will receive trophies and cash prizes.
The age group category is gender segregated and open for any athlete within the specified age limit for the respective race and fulfilling eligibility criteria. Three men’s and three women’s winners will be declared in the age group category for each race. Winners will receive trophies only.
Requests to switch between categories will be entertained till 3rd March 2019. Kindly note that switching to the open category will require the difference in registration cost to be paid. There will be no refund of the difference in registration cost when switching to the age group category.
Requests submitted after 31st December 2018 will incur a convenience fee of Rs 300 per registration to process the same.
If you do not have the required certification, there are three options available to you:
- Participate in The Goa Triathlon 113 on 13th January 2019 which includes a 1.9 km open water sea swim
- Participate in any other event which takes place in the sea of minimum 1.5 km e.g. Sindhudurg swimathon etc
- Contact The Goa Open Water Swimming Club on 9822182415 or email@example.com – They have options of 1-2 km weekly swims and 5 km monthly swims. Certification by the club is valid for registration.
If you do not have the required certification, there are three options available to you:
- Participate in a full distance triathlon (full Ironman) with a SEA swim and submit the completion certificate
- Participate in any other event which takes place in the sea of minimum 5 km e.g. Navy swimathon etc
- Contact The Goa Open Water Swimming Club on 9822182415 or firstname.lastname@example.org – They have options of 5 km monthly swims. Certification by the club is valid for registration.
Like most coastal cities, the weather in Goa is controlled by the sea, it’s never too hot nor too cold, early morning land temperatures in March hover around 27 degrees Celsius, the water rarely gets cooler than 25 degrees Celsius.
Very! Bambolim beach is Goa’s safest beach; the organisers themselves swim on this beach every weekend. The sea at Bambolim lies within a protected cove of the Zuari Bay, has small waves, and is not subject to strong tidal variations. We also have all possible rescue equipment like jet skis, kayaks, motor boats, trained lifeguards and doctors on the site.
But notwithstanding the above, regular precautions taken during an open water swim need to be maintained: No swimming under the influence of alcohol or drugs, obey lifeguards’ instructions completely and immediately, use a proper sunscreen, and try to get acclimatised to the environment before the event.
The Swimathon is normally conducted during slack tide (the calmest period between tides), however like all open water races other factors also play an important role in swimmer’s comfort, factors like wind, currents and weather influence the above. The organisers will take the utmost care to provide a clean and safe swimming environment to all participants.
Yes! The Goa Open Water Swimming Club conducts open water swims every Sunday morning at 11 a.m. For further details, please contact Elias Patel on +91 9822182415.
You can also check this link – http://www.active.com/swimming/articles/6-tips-to-help-transition-from-the-pool-to-open-water-883425
A regular swimsuit is best!
According to the rules, wet suits may be worn only if the water temperature is 25 degrees Celsius or less. Maximum wet suit thickness allowed is 5mm. Participants may wear a wet suit in water temperatures higher than 25 degrees Celsius up to 29 degrees Celsius, but will not qualify for a podium finish if they do so. Wetsuits will cause you to overheat fairly rapidly and are best avoided.
Yes, you can rest at any point in the race, we have a team of kayaks constantly patrolling the area, they carry water and flotation devices, if at any time you feel tired, please signal the closest kayak and they will immediately assist you
Feel free to use any style you are comfortable with. Tip: freestyle sighting can be a problem, hence we recommend all freestyle swimmers to look straight ahead for a bearing once every 10 strokes or so.
The use of swimming aids such as snorkel/mask and fins is not allowed at the event and is potentially a threat to other swimmers in the water.
The first three winners in each race and category will receive trophies. In addition, the winners in the open category will also receive cash prizes.
Provisional timings will be sent to each participant via SMS within 30 minutes of completion of the race. Provisional timings will be available on the Enduro Sports Goa website (www.endurosportsgoa.com) 48 hrs after completion of the race. Any grievances/contests will need to be submitted via email ONLY to email@example.com within 48 hrs of online display of provisional timings. No grievances/contests will be accepted after this time period. The decision of the organizers/race officials shall be final and binding.
International Centre Goa - Discounted rate of Rs 3000 + 18% taxes on room tariff per day with breakfast (single/double). Extra person in a room @ Rs. 900 + 18% taxes. To avail of the discount, please write directly to Hasina at firstname.lastname@example.org
Bambolim Beach Resort - 10% discount, please write to email@example.com
Bay 15 - 10% discount, please call 7350146000 or write to firstname.lastname@example.org
Oyo is Proud to Host the Goa swimathon 2019 Please get in touch with Mr. Lakshay Rupela, Sales Manager (Oyo Rooms) for all your queries regarding the Hotel stays during the Goa Swimathon 2019. Contact: Lakshay Rupela - 8005789816 or email at email@example.com
All Participants will receive Medals on Completion
Podium Finishers will be given trophies
Cash prizes to the first three winners (male and female) in the 1, 2, 5 and 10 km races in the open categories
E-Certificates will be given to all participants that finish within the cutoff
2-km Full Swimathon
(1) Joao Estrocio (30.12 min), (2) Raghavendra Kaskar (37.50), (3) Mihir Deshpande (39.35). Fastest Woman: Aadini Prabhu
1-km Half Swimathon
(1) Xavier D’Souza (15.28), (2) Ashwin Mascarenhas (15.38), (3) Taran Mukherjee (15.56). Fastest Woman: Suman Patil
(1) Joao Estrocio (4.40), (2) Xavier D’Souza (4.52), (3) Ashwin Mascarenhas (4.54). Fastest Woman: Suman Patil
|POSITION||FIRST NAME||LAST NAME||SEX||RACE NO.||TIME|
|POSITION||FIRST NAME||LAST NAME||SEX||RACE NO.||TIME|
|1 km Swimathon||2 km Swimathon||5 km Swimathon|
|Xavier D’Souza||143||14:29||Nitya Halankar||222||32:17:00||Anurag Singh||504||1hr:31 mins|
|Jerry D’Mello||120||14:42||Caroline Naseman||210||32:32:00||Joao Estrocio||508||1hr:33mins|
|Vaishnavi Halankar||141||17:27||Sampreet Khanolkar||233||32:48:00||Varun Jadhav||532||1hr:35mins|
|Ananya Mukherjee||106||17:59||Ankit Seharawat||204||36:18:00||Sachi Gramapadhye||524||1hr:35mins|
|Evanthika Pereira||148||18:01||Gabriela Naseman||216||36:54:00||Kiran Narvekar||510||1hr:37mins|
|Dharmendra Jadav||112||22:31||Atharv Dessai||206||36:47:00||Nisha Madgaonkar||516||1hr:51mins|
|Tanvi Nadkarni||140||23:02||Ronny Schrijvers||224||40:47:00||Punit Tiwari||519||1hr:57mins|
|Tanayaa Parashar||139||23:06||Marushka de Oliveira||232||41:01:00||Samreth Singh||526||2hrs:03mins|
|Sidharth Karnad||136||23:07||Johann Pinto||238||41:43:00||Mikael Gustavsson||515||2hrs:04mins|
|Vinod Salekar||142||23:18||Mangesh Gawas||221||44:35:00||Mathew Pennington||514||2hrs:13mins|
|Garv Sawani||115||23:27||Spencer Duligal||236||44:48:00||Sanjay Yadav||528||2hrs:14mins|
|Ajay Velip||102||23:32||Caglar Gurkan||209||45:02:07||Aadini Prabhu||501||2hrs:15mins|
|Suraj Girap||138||24:18:00||Sania Nadkarni||226||46:02:10||Tom Brouns||531||2hrs:19mins|
|Gopal Magadum||117||25:54:00||Silvia Murga||228||50:00:02||Ben Craven||506||2hrs:31mins|
|Mayur Gaitonde||125||28:13:00||Anirudha Khanna||203||51:07:09||Aavani Prabhu||502||2hrs:46mins|
|Mihir Gaitonde||126||29:08:00||Lavu Gaonkar||220||53:09:04||Prasanna Parulekar||518||2hrs:52mins|
|Girish Goudar||116||29:33:00||Jonas Spinoy||219||54:00:18|
|Sanjana Prabhugaonkar||145||29:57:00||Becky Pennington||208||58:14:34|
|Ved Nagarsekar||151||30:10:00||Rupesh Velip||225||1hr:04:26|
|Anil Gaitonde||107||31:30:00||Divina Pilgaonkar||215||1hr:10:00|
|Elias Patel||123||32:24:00||Atul Dhawaskar||237||1hr:18:00|
|Srikkanth Deshpande||137||33:43:00||Aditya Manjrekar||235||1hr:20:00|
|Daniel Calzado||111||34:43:00||Parmajit Singh||234||1hr:21:00|
|Akash Gavandalkar||103||34:48:00||Dinesh Heda||214||1hr:24:00|
|Nitin Bandekar||150||39:24:00||Supriya Pilgaonkar||230||1hr:35:00|
|Anushka Korgaonkar||108||40:16:00||Jaya Kulkarni||218||1hr:40:00|
|Lara Kulkarni||113||40:58:00||Dindayanath Redkar||213||1hr:42:00|
|Milred Heredia||146||41:10:00||A Baskar||201||1hr:52:00|
|Alice de Souza Pereira||104||48:10:00|
|15||530||Tejas Pramod Mane||2:46:43||Download|
|19||515||Amit Laxman Nachare||3:03:23||Download|
|24||516||Mohd. Asif Gandhi||3:34:50||Download|
|DNF||529||Joao Carlos Elton Estrocio||DNF||None|
|4||223||Marushka Alisha De Oliveira||0:42:37||Download|
|11||233||Col. Paramjit Singh||0:57:44||Download|
|14||212||Aamod M. Shirali||1:03:55||Download|
|19||214||Ranchhodbhai K. Savani||1:14:07||Download|
|20||217||Haresh Labhubhai Ahir||1:14:10||Download|
|22||229||S. Bharath Raju||1:16:02||Download|
|4||127||Shaikh Afra Fatim||0:22:26||Download|
|14||107||Pavankumar M. A.||0:38:46||Download|
CATEGORY: UNDER 18
|1||Joao Carlos Elton Estrocio||3.37||27||Download|
|2||shubham yuvraj pawar||3.45||28||Download|
|5||Siddhi Santosh Bhat||4.24||13||Download|
|10||Prathmesh satish phule||6.03||24||Download|
1) Prabhat Koli (Mumbai) 2:49:43
2) Shubham Pawar (Mumbai) 2:49:56
3) Mayank Chapekar (Mumbai) 2:51:04
1) Melanie Martinelli (Bengaluru) 3:40:14
2) Puja Barthakur (Kochi) 5:15:05
3) Jacqueline Barnes (New Delhi) 5:26:16
1) Shramith Srinivas (Bengaluru) 1:20:39
2) Kunal Shintre (Belgavi) 1:30:01
3) Arjun Koustubhan (Hyderabad) 1:41:57
1) Maria Hoffmann (Berlin) 1:59:20
2) Simran Thakker (Mumbai) 2:15:50
3) Sindhu Naropanth (Bengaluru) 2:21:02
1) Surojit Chatterjee (Jabalpur) 32:13
2) Parth Tawari (Raipur) 32:27
3) Yash Sonak (Thane) 33:36
1) Shalmali Walujkar (Pune) 32:37
2) Sanika Tapkir (Thane) 36:12
3) Srushti Kadam (Thane) 43:53
1) Shubham Pawar (Mumbai) 17:40
2) Omkar Kulkarni (Thane) 19:06
3) Saish Chougule (Kolhapur) 19:35
1) Tanayaa Parashar (Goa) 23:02
2) Jaiee Zinge (Thane) 23:09
3) Isha Shinde (Thane) 23:13
1) Shubham Pawar (Thane) 3:39
2) Anubhav Mishra (Kanpur) 4:16
3) Subhash Gogi (Goa) 4:22
250m Under 18
1) Yash Sonak (Thane) 3:47
2) Om Jondhale (Thane) 3:52
3) Neel Vaidya (Pen) 3:55
|36||Yash Sonak||03.47.0||under 18||1||Download|
|20||Om Jondhale||03.52.0||under 18||2||Download|
|18||Neel Vaidya||03.55.0||under 18||3||Download|
|21||Omkar Kulkarni||04.09.0||under 18||4||Download|
|32||Sujal Kadam||04.18.0||under 18||5||Download|
|26||Sanika Tapkir||04.21.0||under 18||6||Download|
|30||Soham Salunke||04.23.0||under 18||7||Download|
|16||Manav More||04.28.0||under 18||8||Download|
|2||Aaryn Vyas||04.33.0||under 18||9||Download|
|13||Jaiee Zinge||04.41.0||under 18||10||Download|
|29||Siddhant Pol||04.44.0||under 18||11||Download|
|31||Srushti Kadam||04.49.0||under 18||12||Download|
|12||Daman Shah||04.50.0||under 18||13||Download|
|15||Manas Pradhan||05.22.0||under 18||14||Download|
|8||Arush Utkur||05.53.5||under 18||15||Download|
|9||Arya Jagtap||05.53.5||under 18||16||Download|
|14||Kshitij Herwade||05.53.7||under 18||17||Download|
|23||Rutuja Pol||06.06.0||under 18||18||Download|
|34||Tanishka Herwade||06.24.6||under 18||19||Download|
|19||Nimish Dangat||06.24.7||under 18||20||Download|
|33||Swara Sawant||06.24.8||under 18||21||Download|
|1||Anna Magdalene Mathew||06.27.0||under 18||22||Download|
|25||Sakshi Parab||06.31.0||under 18||23||Download|
|17||Mukta Kale||06.56.0||under 18||24||Download|
|22||Prajakta Mane||07.00.0||under 18||25||Download|
|6||Anuja Kokare||07.01.0||under 18||26||Download|
|4||Aditya Korde||07.16.0||under 18||27||Download|
|24||Saee Dingankar||07.30.0||under 18||28||Download|
|28||Sharon Vaz||08.13.0||under 18||29||Download|
|3||Adishree Korde||08.15.0||under 18||30||Download|
|27||Saniya Shaikh||14.03.0||under 18||31||Download|