First 5km medal

First 5km medal

Earned the first MEDAL of life FOR 5km race

Official first 5 km race of my life @#Jalna


Broke my own record of 36.40 to 31.54 -

Started the race at morning 6.30am with a company of slight rain ! Enjoyed the run with approx 600-700 runners taking part from all age groups

Now this is something I call as an achievement

But still a long way to go

Ultimate goal for me :-

Half marathon - 21.2 km on 30 August 2015 @ HYDERABAD

Keep going

Keep running



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  • Very very well done. Great achievement and a great time too. There's nothing like your first medal! :)

  • Really

    That medal is the most valued possession of mine as of now

    Worked all the way for it

  • Wowsers! Well done that man. Getting your first running medal is ace isn't it. Hold onto that feeling

    A half marathon! No sweat. LOL

    You will need a training plan for it.

  • Hey thanks

    Well I got associated with a person who have already ran 2 half marathon

    He is training me

    Let's see how it goes

  • Thats excellent! Nice looking medal too,well done :)

  • Thank you

  • That's an incredible improvement on your time! Well done! Nice medal too :)

  • Thank you

  • Well done Viraniparvez. There's no stopping you!

  • Thank you

  • Well done runner 1094!! Excellent stuff there.

  • Wow you identified the bib number

    This number is important

  • Hey PV - that's brilliant! Great time too! I'm sure that is just the first of many medals!

  • Thank you so much

    Sure it is the start

    Soon there will be many !!!

  • Well done - make sure you hang that medal somewhere prominent!!

  • Thanks

  • Congratulations that man - what a brilliant achievement. It's amazing isn't it this running - requires no equipment except some ground below us, costs next to nothing and yet can bring such tremendous satisfaction. I hope you look forward to many medals more :)

  • πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€A great run...well done that man!!!

  • There's nothing quite like bling. Well done you!

  • Virani I would check out a plan for yourself so you know what you should be doing

    You can download a free plan from myasics. Just answer the few questions and then whether you want to train 2,3,4 days a week and tick that you are a new runner and it will come up with a plan for you. It asks your age and what race results you have. If you've done a parkrun you can use that time. It will be enough info to base a HM time on

    The plans are interactive. You do the run as laid out for you and then you input the result when you've done it. They keep a track of your progress, which you get to see of course, and then they tweak it if they think it's needed, eg if you are going to fast or too slow.

    I think it's a good tool and it's free

  • Brilliant, well done you! Your first medal, you must be so proud... great time too xx

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