5,000 people patrcipated in ladak marathon


LEH: The fifth Ladakh Marathon effectively finished up on Thursday at the Ladakh Public School, Leh where victors of various classifications were exhibited awards by the coordinators. 

The marathon that started, four years with pretty much 1500 members, saw the support of almost 5,000 individuals. 

Ladakh Marathon had four classes that incorporated a seven-km-keep running for entertainment only, a half marathon (21.1km), a full marathon (41.1km) and Khardungla Challenge (a 71.2 km-ultra marathon over the 17,617ft-high Khardung La pass – considered as the world's most noteworthy motorable street). 

The champ of the 'Khardongla Challenge' was Tsewang Toldan from the Ladakh Scouts, who finished the race in 6 hours 53 minutes and 35 seconds. Shabir Husain from Ladakh Scouts shared the recompense of the main position since both of the finished the race in 06:53:35. 

Illiyas from the Ladakh Scouts sacked the third prize by finishing the race in 7 hrs 23 minutes and 19 seconds. 

Sonam Chuskit, who finished Khardongla Challege in 9 hours 41 minutes and 19.24 seconds, won the primary position in the ladies' group while Divaya who made it in 12:30:34 was announced as second. Parvin finished it in 13:15:28 secured third position. 

The principal, second and the third victors of full marathon, which is of 41 KM in men's class, were Jigmet Namgyal, Stanzin Norbu and Jigmet Norbu, who finished the race in 3:12:10, 3:17:05 and 3: 17: 18 individually. 

While victors of the ladies' group were Tsetan Dolkar, Shikha Pahwa, and Namgyal Lhamo made it in 3:34:26, 4:08:47 and 4:22:07 separately. 

In the half marathon area of men's occasion, Nawang Tsering scored the race in 01:23:05 packed away the primary position and Tsewang Namgyal, who finished in 01:27:05, was proclaimed second while Lundup Dorjay who made it in 01:27:56 was the third. 

Jigmet Dolma, Diskit Dolma and Tashi Ladol, who finished the 21 km race in 1:39:31, 01:42:25 and 1:48:08 separately, were announced to start with, second and the third of the ladies' group. 

Nawang Rigzin Jora likewise took part in the sevemn-km race, which was only for the sake of entertainment and had the most extreme number of members. 

"Members had originated from twenty unique nations – from Scandinavian nations to America to Britain and so on. Extremely gladdening to see huge number of members from Mumbai, Pune , Bengaluru and New Delhi. – around 400," he composed on Facebook while acknowledging Chewang Motup, who established Ladakh Marathon. 

"This has been his work of adoration, his energy, and his method for offering back to the general public," Jora composed. Jora guaranteed to finish a half marathon one year from now.