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Participation Unsafe Under Following Health Conditions

Please review the following questions before submitting your application

  • Has your doctor ever said that you have a heart condition and that you should only do physical activity recommended by a doctor ?
  • Do you feel pain in your chest when you do physical activity ?
  • In the past month, have you had chest pain when you were not doing physical activity ?
  • Do you lose your balance because of dizziness or do you ever lose consciousness ?
  • Do you have a bone or joint problem that could be made worse by a change in your physical activity ?
  • Is your doctor currently prescribing drugs for your blood pressure or heart condition ?
  • Are you pregnant ?
  • Do you have insulin dependent diabetes ?
  • Do you know of any other reason why you should not do physical activity ?

If you have answered YES to any of the questions above, then please consult your physician before applying for registration in Hiranandani Thane Half Marathon 2020. Irrespective of whatever may be your age, we sincerely advise you to obtain a medical clearance from a registered medical practitioner/doctor before applying for the Hiranandani Thane Half Marathon 2020.

It is unfair to you and your family to risk serious illness and become a medical emergency on race day. Hiranandani Thane Half Marathon organisers will not be responsible for injury or death of the participant during or after the event.

Medical Advisory For Participants In The Hiranandani Thane Half Marathon On 9th Feb 2020

  • Adequate Training:

    A Half Marathon (21 Km), is a respectable distance and requires adequate preparation before taking part in it. The Hiranandani Thane Half Marathon route has a fair amount of elevation which requires more intense effort. Runners should have at least run one 15- 18 km distance in their last 3 or 4 weeks before taking part in the event. If this distance has not been covered as part of their training, they would be considered as not being adequately trained for the event and their ability to complete the distance would be in question.

  • Recent Illness

    Runners who have been suffering from any fever / cold / cough in the past ten days and are on medication for the same may reconsider their decision to take part in the Half Marathon. Antibiotics and other medication can impact the ability to undertake strenuous athletic activity. Kindly consult your doctor.

  • Chest Discomfort During The Run

    If during the course of the run a runner feels any discomfort in the upper part of the body he should stop running and seek medical advise. Such discomfort can be a pain in the jaw or a constriction around the body that is unusual, rapid breathlessness, etc. It is better to be safe than to be sorry.

  • Severe Pain In Limbs

    If a runner feels any pain in the legs, or muscular cramps, that is unbearable and causes the runner to change the gait, it might be advisable to stop running and seek medical counsel before deciding on the further course of action.

  • Stay Hydrated

    The weather may turn hot and humid and it is thus advisable to stay adequately hydrated at all times. The current position stand of the American College of Sports Medicine is to consume 150-200ml of water every 20-30 minutes. A wise hydration strategy starts from the day before.