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ABOUT
SUPER SIKH RUN

SuperSikh Run is a Sewa inspired professionally managed Half Marathon event which has had Five very successful editions in Delhi in 2020, 2019, 2018, 2017 and 2016. Due to the Pandemic, the 2020 edition was held virtually and was a great success.

It is today the most prestigious cause led Half Marathon run in New Delhi. This has been achieved due to the support and guidance that the event receives from the administration, patrons and participants alike.

SuperSikh Run consists of 5 KM, 10km and our most popular HALF MARATHON race for those who like to go the long way. All categories are chip timed and every runner receives a finisher’s medal and electronic certificate.

SuperSikh Run has a global following and is loved by people from all over the world for what it stands for and is marked in the calendar of runners for the quality of organizing which makes it at par to any international running event.

We are also privileged to organise Sri Anandpur Sahib Vaisakhi Marathon in Sri Anandpur Sahib, Punjab as a part of Vaisakhi celebrations. The inaugural Vaisakhi Half marathon was held in April 2018 and the second edition was successfully held in April 2019 and the third edition was held on 18th April 2021.

SuperSikh Run has extended its footprint to Chandigarh and the inaugural Chandigarh-Tricity edition will be held on 21st November 2021.

SUPER SIKH RUN COUNCIL OF BELIEVERS

The Council of Believers ( COBE) is comprised of distinguished stakeholders noted for their accomplishments and excellence in guiding and supporting the SUPER SIKH RUN. SUPER SIKH RUN COBE is charged with identifying key areas of improvement, feedback, and ideas to help us achieve our vision to be a one of its kind sporting event in the world.

1. LATE Mandeep Singh, CEO Jindal Lifestyle, Mandeep was one of the strongest pillars of support of SSR, great mentor and founding member. His invaluable contribution can never be forgotten, and he will continue to guide us in spirit.

2. Major DP Singh : Kargil war veteran, India's first blade runner

3. Amar Chauhan : Septuagenarian Athlete, Canada

4. Dr Jas Simran Kehal : Orthopaedic Specialist & athlete

5. Jaswinder Singh Jassal : CA and Runner

6. Samir Singh : Founder Sikh Chamber of Commerce

7. Shalini Thakur, Former Fed Cup Player and Fed Cup Coa

8. Utkarsh Singh Rajwal : Co-Founder India Polo League and Sports Management Professional

9. LATE Biji Man Kaur, World Masters Champion

10. Pertinder jeet Hora, reputed Immigration Lawyer, New York

11. Inder Bajwa, Actor, Model and Social Worker

12. Taran Kaur Mehndi, Architect, Artiste Management, Music Production and Social Welfare

13. Tushar Singh, Managing Director, Sara International Ltd.

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OUR HISTORY: The Path Less Taken

2016

  • Debut Edition
  • 2124 Participants
  • 755 Female Participants

2017

  • 4408 Participants
  • 1420 Female Participants

2018

  • 5978 Participants
  • 1887 Female Participants
  • Sahas Introduced
  • 22+ Corporate Teams

2019

  • The 4th edition was historic with 7097 participants from all over the country running the Super Sikh Run. To accommodate the growing numbers the run has now Moved to Stadium

2020

  • Virtual Edition introduced with worldwide participation

2021

  • 3rd edition of Vaisakhi Marathon held on 18th April 2021, with Marathon distance (42.2KM) introduced in open category.
  • SuperSikh Run extends its footprint to Chandigarh with Inaugural edition being held on 21st November 2021
  • 6th SuperSikh Run, Delhi will be held on 12th December 2021

UPCOMING EVENTS

SUPERSIKH RUN, CHANDIGARH

With a large running community from Chandigarh|Tri-city participating at SuperSikh Run Delhi and Sri Anandpur Sahib we are honoured to launch of SuperSikh Run in Chandigarh and bring the run closer to our favourite set of runners.

RACE DATE: 21ST NOVEMBER 2021

BIB EXPO: 20TH NOVEMBER 2021

VENUE: CHANDIGARH CLUB 

DISTANCE CATEGORY

  • HALF MARATHON
  • 10KM
  • 5KM

Past Events

AGE CATEGORIES FOR WINNERS*

*EXACT AGE IS CALCULATED AS ON THE DAY OF THE EVENT

For Example: Anyone who is below 35 ( even if 1 day on our race day ) will fall in 18-34 category . Who so ever is 35 or 35 plus on race day will fall in 35-44 category.

HALF MARATHON

  • 18 to 34 ( General Category)
  • 35 to 44
  • 45 to 54
  • 55 to 64
  • 65 to 74
  • 75 Plus

10 KM RUN

  • 15 to 17
  • 18 to 34 ( General Category)
  • 35 to 44
  • 45 to 54
  • 55 to 64
  • 65 to 74
  • 75 Plus

5.5 KM RUN

  • 8 to 12
  • 13 to 17
  • 18 to 34 ( General Category)
  • 35 to 44
  • 45 to 54
  • 55 to 64
  • 65 to 74
  • 75 Plus

LATEST NEWS

RACE RESULTS

STORE

Limited SuperSikh
Run Official Tee

350.00

Limited SuperSikh
Running Belt with a Bottle holder

399.00

Limited SuperSikh
BANDANA

250.00

Super Sikh Foundation

Super Sikh Foundation is a charitable Society involved in sewa based activities. Our focus is on humanitarian activities to promote the universal concept of oneness.

Super Sikh Foundation annually organizes a ‘festival of humanity’ which includes a half marathon event in Delhi called ONE RACE – SuperSikh Run to raise funds for sewa. The Run takes place in Central Delhi. Before the run as part of the BIB distribution expo we hold Festival to promote universal brotherhood and to showcase our activities to the participating runners.

We are committed to year-long development work for Environment and Social Inclusiveness of Physically disable and under privilege children. We partner various organisations and individuals for plantations drives across the country and we work closely with organizations such as Mother Teresa Missionary of Charities and Dargah of Nizamuddin.

Super Sikh Foundation works with Khalsa Aid and The Challenging Ones to collectively build a sustainable model of Inclusiveness.

Brands We Work With

We have been working with some of the top brands globally and in India:

Brand Partners Over the Years

OFFICAL CHARITY
PARTNER

Khalsa Aid is an international NGO with the aim to provide humanitarian aid in disaster areas and civil conflict zones around the world. The organisation is based upon the Sikh principle of "Recognise the whole human race as one".