Pune Ultra Marathon is a brainchild of FreeRunners with a goal to provide a unique ultra running platform....
• First Ultra Marathon in Pune and Maharashtra state.
• Encouraging ultra running in local regions and nurture talent.
• Amalgamated route of Trail, Gradients, Roads and Hill slopes to provide an ultimate endurance test.
• Low cost registration fee to encourage runners across all sections.
• Cut off timing for each category.
• Free overnight lodging for runners from rural areas and economically weak runners.
• A well trained support crew
Race Categories / Eligibility / Fees
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Route Elevation Profile
Refunds - No refunds are permitted.
NEW: Since COVID 19 precautions are essential, please ensure that you have double vaccination certificate before the event. The certificate of double vaccination will be checked during the registration at site. Also, if you develop any symptoms before the event, please inform and do not attend the event. At the venue and the Aid stations, we will be following social distancing and hygiene norms. All participants have to be wearing face mask all the time at the venue and aid stations. Masks may be lowered during the run, but at the venue and aid stations, strict protocol of wearing masks is to be followed. We will be measuring the temperature of all participants during reporting. It is your responsibility that if you have any symptoms, please inform the event organisers immediately. If you are not double vaccinated, you have to get a RTPCR certificate 48 hrs prior to event for BIB collection.
- The Pune Ultramarathon Run is a physically challenging event and participation in it presents medical risks, many of which can be extremely serious or fatal.
- Participation in this event is at the runner’s own risk. Although medical personnel and ambulance have been organised, the inaccessibility of the trail will make it difficult or impossible for medical assistance to reach the runner immediately.
- Participants are encouraged to see their own medical doctor prior to the Run. Runners should be knowledgeable about the stress effects related to participation in ultra events.
- It is important for each entrant to recognize the potential physical and mental stresses, which may evolve from participation in this Run. Runners may be subject to extremes of heat, hyperthermia, dehydration, hypoglycemia, hyponatremia, disorientation and mental and physical exhaustion. We will do all we reasonably can to ensure “safe passage” to Pune city, but ultimately runners must understand their own limitations. This is one event where it is better to follow the dictates of your body — not your ambitions! Adequate physical and mental conditioning prior to the Run is mandatory. If you have not been able to prepare properly, do not attempt to run!
- Runners should appreciate the risks associated with participation in this event. Actions may have to be taken on your behalf under extreme time constraints and adverse circumstances. We will make reasonable efforts to give assistance whenever possible. Ultimately and primarily you are in charge, and you are likely to be solely responsible for creating your own crisis that we must then respond to. Be careful, be responsible, and do not exceed your own abilities and limitations.
- IN THE EVENT THAT A RUNNER REQUIRES EMERGENCY EVACUATION BY GROUND or HELICOPTER-AMBULANCE, THE RUNNER ASSUMES ALL FINANCIAL OBLIGATIONS CONNECTED WITH THIS SERVICE. ORGANIZER IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DEBTS INCURRED.
- Use of Drugs: No drugs of any kind should be taken before, during or immediately after the Run! Many drugs can increase the risk of heat stroke.
- Getting Lost: Although endeavors to mark the Pune Ultramarathon course have been taken; it is definitely possible to lose the trail. If you believe at any time that you may not be on the correct trail, do not attempt to find your way cross country. If you are sure of your route, backtrack to where you last saw a trail marker and try to find other markers showing the direction of the trail. If you are unable to find your way, stay where you are! STAY ON THE TRAIL. You will be found there either by another runner or the bike safety patrol that monitor the progress of runners during the event. If you feel dizzy, disoriented or confused, do not risk falling. Sit or lie down on the trail until you recover or are found.