2012 Mumbai Marathon Routes

What is the route for the 2012 Mumbai Half Marathon? Will the 2012 Mumbai Marathon route include the Bandra Worli sealink? This article answers these queries by giving complete information on the running road routes for the 2012 Mumbai Marathon and also and provides a map of the event.

The global marathon racing calendar has got India as one of the major events. Just 2 years ago, the Standard Chartered Mumbai Marathon received the tag of 'Silver Label Road Race' from the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF). Last year, this label went up a notch further and the 8th edition of the race got the highly rated Gold Label. Not surprising! After all, the event is being organised very well every year & international marathon runners are enthusiastically participating.

2011 Mumbai Marathon event winners

  • Men: Denis Ndiso from Kenya. Time: 2:12:34
  • Women: Bizunesh Mohammed from Ethiopia. Time: 2:31:09
  • Indian men: Binning Lyngkhoi from Meghalaya. Time: 2:20:12 (he finished 11th overall)
  • Indian women: Shastri Devi from Uttar Pradesh. Time: 3:10:03

  • Brief Overview of 2012 Mumbai Marathon

    The 9th edition is likely to see even more participants than last year, as the enthusiasm from locals and global marathon stars has considerably increased. Even the cash awards for the winners & runners-up have increased, making it a glittering attraction! The top placed overall finisher of the marathon in both men's and women's category will bag US$36,000, while those of the half marathon will get to win US$2,000. In addition, there are cash awards for the top finishers amongst Indian participants and in the events for veterans. Medals and certificates will also be given.

    The title sponsor is Standard Chartered Bank, and hence the event is known as the Standard Chartered Mumbai Marathon. The Associate Sponsor is Tata Consultancy Services and Procam International is promoting the event. Bollywood celebrity John Abraham is the event ambassador.

  • Date: January 15th 2012
  • Venue: Mumbai. The full marathon will begin and end outside CST railway station. The half marathon will begin at MMRDA grounds, and end outside CST station.

  • 2012 Mumbai Marathon Road Route Map

    2012 Mumbai Marathon route map

    2012 Mumbai Full Marathon Route (42.195 km): The runners will begin outside C.S.T. railway station, go past Churchgate station & onwards towards Trident Hotel, where they will turn to follow this route - Wankede Stadium – Chowpatty - Babulnath Temple - Jaslok Hospital – Haji Ali - Nehru Centre - Worli Dairy – INS Trata Circle – turn back and run towards Mayfair Ballrooms – Sidhivinayak Mandir – Shivaji Park grounds – Hinduja Hosptial – Mahim Causeway – Bandra Fire Brigade – Rajiv Gandhi Sealink - INST Trata Circle – Worli Dairy - Nehru Centre - Mahalaxmi Race Course – Jaslok Hospital – Babulnath Temple – Chowpatty – Wankede Stadium – Churchgate railway station – Azad Maidan - CST

    2012 Mumbai Half Marathon route

    2012 Mumbai Half Marathon Route (21.097 km): The runners will begin from MMRDA grounds (outside Rang Sharda autditorium) and after crossing on the Rajiv Gandhi Sealink will follow these roads – INST Trata Circle – Poddar Hospital – Worli Dairy – Nehru Centre – Haji Ali / Mahalaxmi Race Course – Jaslok Hospital – Babulnath Temple – Chowpatty – Wankede Stadium – Churchgate railway station – Azad Maidan - CST

    Important Note: Due to the possibility of changes in the schedule and routes, participants are advised to check with the official website before the event.

    Other events:-
    1. Dream Run: 6 km
    2. Wheelchair event: 2.5km
    3. Senior Citizen's run: 4.3km

    More Information:-
    1. Registration dates & rules

    2. Race categories, entry fees & eligibility

    3. Entry form and list of rules

    4. Prizes & Certificates

    Best of Luck!


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