100 Days of Running, the largest running festival in the world, will return in 2023.
The 9th edition of the event has been brought back in full force by HDOR Events Pvt. Ltd., which also organizes HDOR virtual events and fitness challenges, and is assured to be even more exciting. The event will begin on April 29, 2023, and last for 100 days, until August 6, 2023. It was founded in 2015 with the purpose of bringing fitness to your doorstep and has become the world’s largest multi-day running championship. In order to advance their fitness, participants in HDOR Virtual Events’ “100 Days Of Running” initiative must run or walk a minimum of 2 kilometers every day for 100 days. It is a special challenge that motivates and transforms people’s lifestyles.
In the last 8 editions, they have had about 70000 participants so far, and the most participants are over 19000 in 2021 receiving participation from all the Indian states as it is a virtual event. The top 10 cities for 2022 were Bengaluru, Chennai, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Pune, Coimbatore, Vadodara, Ahmedabad, Jaipur, and Delhi NCR. Additionally, they recorded 3711900 kilometers from participants last year which is equivalent to over nine lunar orbits.
The participant’s longest run during the race was 238.7 KM, which the participant completed in only 24 hours. Moreover, 467 marathons (42.2 KM) and 8134 half marathons (21.1 Km) were accomplished during the event and participants and event organizer HDOR donated a total of INR 653,000 during the event, which was then distributed among several charitable partners.
Co-founder of HDOR Virtual Events Mayank Gupta stated, “HDOR is aiming to promote the notion that the greatest way to stay fit is by developing a healthy habit. HDOR offers a glimmer of hope for maintaining a healthy lifestyle without having to alter your busy commitment-filled schedule.”
Co-founder of HDOR Virtual Events Chandan Khanna said, “The famed 100 Days Of Running is much more than just a tournament. It acts as a beacon of optimism and hope, inspiring everyone to alter how they live. I wish everyone participating the best of luck and hope that this virtual running event will be rewarding for your body and mind!”