- While participating in the Pankh Marathon, if you develop unexpected shortness of breath, nausea, or giddiness during the race, please seek medical attention immediately. DO NOT CONTINUE THE RACE. Your health comes first.
- On race day, avoid trying anything new, including new running techniques, objectives, footwear, apparel, foods, or energy drinks.
- Remember to note your emergency contact information and any relevant medical history at the back of the running bib.
- Carry cell phones that are completely charged.
- Every participant should take precautions for their safety, and for the safety of those around them.
- Check updates from the WHO and your neighborhood public health agencies frequently to stay informed of the most recent COVID-19 information.
- Only those who have received at least two doses of the COVID-19 vaccination authorized by the WHO are eligible to apply for the Pankh Marathon; a vaccination certificate attesting to this must be provided while collecting BIB. Only after submitting this documentation may the participant pick up their bib.
Take medical advice from your doctor if you have any of the following conditions:
- Heart conditions.
- Restrictions on engaging in physical activities.
- Pain or discomfort in your chest during or irrespective of physical exercise.
- Any experience of unconsciousness or loss of balance due to dizziness.
- Bone or joint condition.
- Ongoing treatment for blood pressure or any other medical condition.
- Ongoing medication or other treatment for COVID.
- Older than 55 years old.
- Any condition that might prevent you from exercising.
- Breathing issues, particularly in cold and dry weather.
We firmly advise that you consult your doctor before applying to join if you have any of the (but not restricted to) conditions mentioned above. If you feel unwell, take some rest and run. Risking a major sickness or experiencing a medical emergency on race day is not advisable. For our runner's safety, the event is meticulously planned and managed with medical services. The athletes will receive medical support from a huge team of doctors and healthcare specialists. You may spot the medical stations by the signage bearing the Red Cross logo at the start/finish location (TT Nagar stadium) and the aid stations throughout the course.
- Each medical aid station is well equipped with a team of medical professionals who can assist all our runners. Ambulances are also available to support medical coverage on course.
- The TT Nagar Stadium's medical tent area is well-stocked with trained medical personnel, health professionals, aid supplies, and an ambulance. There will also be a physio room, where qualified specialists may assist you with massages and stretches.
- An assistance desk is available at TT Nagar Stadium for questions in case a participant is sent to a nearby hospital at the medical team's discretion.
- Help out your fellow competitors. Ask if assistance is required if you see a runner in trouble. Whenever necessary, ask our medical course groups for assistance.
- Any mishap cannot be blamed on the event's organizer. The activity you are signing up for can be physically demanding and carry a chance of discomfort, disease, damage, and even death. You must ensure that you are in good enough physical condition to participate in the Event without endangering your life or health.