Noida is an industrial town which falls in India’s NCR or national capital region. It borders the capital New Delhi and has become a hub for students, professionals and businesses. A marathon has been organised in the city so that the people can take better advantage of its greenery and keep themselves fit. Yes, the authorities and residents of Noida can boast of having a world class city which is one of the greenest in the country.
The 10k marathon has been organised by Network 18 in association with the Supertech group, on 8th of July, with the motto of “Run for clean, green and safe Noida.” With the sweltering heat and humidity of July, the runners may find it tough if they do not go prepared.
With some safety tips for avoiding heat strokes and other complications caused by a marathon, the volunteers of Noida 10 K marathon would do just fine.
Confusion about the route of marathon should be avoided at all costs. If you happen to be ahead of the crowd or lag behind, you should know the way to the end point. Always run on the footpath and never on the road that has speeding traffic. This would keep you safe from accidents.
When you run on a road, make sure you are on the side which makes you face the traffic. This would let you have a look at the vehicles closest to you.
Let your friends or spouse know about the route you would cover in the 10 km run. Bachelors sharing rooms in Noida should let their roommates know about the route as well as the time at which you expect to be back. If something were to happen to you, which is always a possibility in a marathon, the people concerned about your safety would know where to find you.
By following these marathon safety tips, you can avoid its potential health complications.
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