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Tarblazer 21.1 and its sister race Tarblazer 10.0 are designed to provide a racing experience which facilitates and enables a personal best performance. Our races have been planned along flat well maintained roads, making it easier to settle into a steady running pace. The course itself enables runners to plan for distance based race paces and allows optimal plan achievement. We have provided for Nutrition & Hydration Stations at every kilometre ( although the norm is one every 2 Km ) : we hold to a simple belief, “When a Runner Needs, A Runner Must Get”. Volunteers are placed at most turns along the course to guide runners and ensure that they stay on course.

Tarblazer 21.1 has been admitted as a member of AIMS ( Association of International Marathons and Distance Races ). Mr. Michael Hughes, Race Director of the Standard Chartered Nairobi Marathon and an AIMS Certified Course Measurer came to India in May 2016 to personally measure and certify the course to AIMS standards. We are proud to carry the AIMS logo on our race certificates and hold true to the standards this represents.

Tarblazer 21.1 and Tarblazer 10.0 are being conducted under the aegis of the Mumbai Suburban District Athletics Association. Race Result Certificates carry the official MSDAA Logo and are signed by their Secretary.

Tarblazer 21.1 and Tarblazer 10.0 are partnered with Urja Trust , a not for profit NGO dedicated to the upliftment of destitute young women. Urja Trust provides rescue, shelter, care , clothes, food, medical attention, skill and job training to successfully rehabilitate these young women and relaunch them into normal society. SPORTMAN feels privileged to be associated with URJA TRUST and invites you to contribute in any small way to assist them in their work.

Tarblazer 21.1 and Tarblazer 10.0 are being conducted under the aegis of the Mumbai Suburban District Athletics Association. Race Result Certificates are planned to carry the official MSDAA Logo and be signed by their Secretary.

Tarblazer 21.1 and Tarblazer 10.0 are partnered with Urja Trust , a not for profit NGO dedicated to the upliftment of destitute young women. Urja Trust provides rescue, shelter, care , clothes, food, medical attention, skill and job training to successfully rehabilitate these young women and relaunch them into normal society. SPORTMAN feels privileged to be associated with URJA TRUST and invites you to contribute in any small way to assist them in their work.

The Bandra Kurla Complex ( or BKC as it is more popularly known ) is a planned commercial complex in the suburbs of the Indian city of Mumbai. According to the Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority, the complex is the first of a series of “growth centres” created to arrest further concentration of offices and commercial activities in South Mumbai. It is expected to de-congest southern Mumbai and seed new areas of planned commercial real estate in Mumbai
The complex was built on marshy land on the north side of Mahim Creek and is bound by the suburbs of Kurla in the east and Bandra in the west. Santacruz lies to its North. The city’s airport is located few kilometres to the north, allowing for a quick commute between the airport and the complex.

BKC houses a number of commercial buildings including the National Stock Exchange, National Business Centre, SEBI, NABARD Head Office, IL&FS, Asian Heart Institute, Dow Chemicals, ICICI Bank, Citibank, Dena Bank, Bank of Baroda, State Bank of India, Bank of India,Kotak Mahindra Bank,Bharat Diamond Bourse, Unit Trust of India, Dhirubhai Ambani International School, American School of Bombay & Fortune 500. It also is home to the Mumbai Cricket Association’s cricket ground and the United States Mumbai Consulate.

There are approximately 600,000 people working in various offices at BKC.

MMRDA was appointed as the “Special Planning Authority” for planning and developing the Bandra-Kurla complex in 1977. It covers 370 hectares of once low-lying land on either side of the Mithi river, Vakola Nalla and Mahim Creek. The area had poor surface drainage and was severely affected by pollution in the Mahim Creek. One of the important features of the channelisation of Mithi river and Vakola nalla was to improve water carrying capacity and reduce pollution. Mithi River for about 4.5 km. of its length from Mahim Causeway to C.S.T. Road Bridge and its tributary Vakola Nalla, for 2.5 km. of its length, have been channelised for an average 60 m. and 40 m. bed widths respectively, thereby improving the hydraulic features of these two important water courses in the BKC area.

The commercial development in BKC includes private and government offices (state and central), banks, wholesale establishments, etc. and will provide ultimately about 2,000,000 jobs in the area. The MMRDA has so far developed 19 hectares of marshy land in the ‘E’ Block where a number of office buildings have been constructed. These buildings together provide an office space of 174,000 square metres with a potential to accommodate 17,400 jobs. An Urban Plaza and Park named ‘CITY PARK’ has been developed on an area of about 22,500 square metres in this block.

Bandra Kurla Complex is easily accessible from most parts of Mumbai. It is very well connected by road, rail and the city bus, taxi and auto rickshaw services. Parking is well organised and not a problem, especially on Sunday Morning ( Race Day ).

RACE CATEGORIES

Tarblazer 21.1

This Half Marathon race, will start from the R2 Ground at BKC, wind its way towards the Family Court, return to the Service Tax offices and come back along the main BKC central avenue towards Tata Indicom at the very end. At this point it goes behind Tata Indicom building and takes a winding route past several well known BKC landmarks ( including JIO Park ) and returns to the R2 Ground completing a loop of 10.55 kms.  Half Marathon Runners will do this loop twice to complete the distance of 21.1 Kms.

Tarblazer 10.0

This is the junior version of Tarblazer 21.1, to be run over 10 kms. Runners will be flagged off from the R2 Grounds and turn back in a loop at the 5 Km mark.

Jaldi 5.0

Jaldi 5.0 is a timed 05 Km race for newcomers and enthusiasts who enjoy this sport. We welcome all our Friends be they casual walkers, new entrants to running , children and our dear Nanas and Nanis to take part in large numbers and demonstrate to the world that “Health is Happiness” .

RACE CATEGORIES BY AGE

There are six categories

Men Upto 40 Years Women Upto 40 Years
Men Above 40 Years and Up To 50 Years Women Above 40 Years and Up To 50 Years
Men Above 50 Years and Up To 60 Years Women Above 50 Years and Up To 60 Years
Men Above 60 Years Women Above 60 Years

Registration Fee

Race Fee in INR
Tarblazer 21.1 1200
Tarblazer 10.0 1050
Jaldi 5.0 850

NOTE : Taxes & Processing Fees additional as applicable.

Rules & Regulations

Prizes

Winners’ Trophy

Winners’ Trophy will be presented to the top three finishers in each age category. A runner may receive a trophy only in one category.

Finishers’ Medal

All runners who successfully complete Tarblazer 21.1, Tarblazer 10.0 or Jaldi 5.0 will be awarded a Finishers’ Medal. This will be handed over immediately post the run. Finishers’ Medal will NOT be posted to individual runners.

Timing Certificates

Timing Certificates for all participants of Tarblazer 21.1 and Tarblazer 10.0 will be posted on the website ( www.sportman.in ) within 21 days of race day.

FAQ's

Anybody above the age of 18 years can participate in the races. All participants must be in good health and without any pre existing condition that will inhibit , endanger or otherwise prevent a person from taking part in an an ultra marathon event. All participants will be required to sign a medical disclaimer and fill in a medical profiler as part of the registration process.
You can register through our website www.sportman.in or visit www.youtoocanrun.com. Our online registration process has been facilitated through You Too Can Run. For all queries and assistance on registration please contact jayanti.poojary@youtoocanrun.com
All participants who successfully complete the Tarblazer 21.1 or Tarblazer 10.0 will be eligible to receive a Finisher’s Medal and a Timing Certificate. The Finisher’s Medal will be handed out immediately post completion of the race on Race Day. The Timing Certificate will be made available on the event website ( www.sportman.in ) within 21 days of Race Day.

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