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Hyundai Motor India promotes ‘Progress for Humanity’ at the Gurugram Marathon 2024

26th February 2024: During the Gurugram Marathon 2024, Hyundai Motor India proudly supported as a platinum sponsor, in line with its global brand vision of ‘Progress for Humanity’. The Government of Haryana organized the much talked about event, under the guidance and support of the Hon’ble Chief Minister, Shri. Manohar Lal. The Marathon was flagged off at the Leisure Valley Park in Gurugram, on February 25, 2024, drawing participation from over 40,000 people. Creating much buzz among the city folk, the Gurugram Marathon 2024 celebrated the spirit of healthy living, community, and solidarity, inspired by the ‘Haryana Uday and ‘Fit India’ initiatives.

Hyundai Motor India as the Platinum sponsor, partnered with the Haryana Government to promote health awareness and strengthen community bonds through the Marathon. The event provided an opportunity for Hyundai to engage with the masses and support the Haryana government in its endeavor to celebrate not just sporting excellence, but also the spirit of unity, determination, pride, giving, togetherness, and transformation. This marathon is symbolic of India’s progress and potential, and a reminder that anything is possible when we come together as a community. 

Commenting on this successful partnership, Mr. Un Soo Kim, MD and CEO, of Hyundai Motor India Limited, said, “We are honored to be a part of the Gurugram Marathon 2024 as the Platinum Sponsor, living true to our commitment towards Earth, Mobility, and Hope. This event is a unique platform to promote health and well-being, further strengthen our collaboration with the Government of Haryana, and connect with the community. We are grateful for the opportunity to contribute towards a healthier and more vibrant society.”

With a total prize money of Rs. 15 Lakhs awarded to the winners, the Marathon featured four categories – 42 km Full Marathon, 21 km Half Marathon, 10 km Timed Run, and 5 km Fun Run. It witnessed active participation from diverse segments of society including individual runners, fitness and hobby enthusiasts, professional athletes, armed forces personnel, students, and corporate participants. Besides the first three finishers, the Marathon also recognized winners in the Masters (45 years and above), Specially Abled Runners, and Transgender categories, exhibiting inclusivity and opportunity for all. Notably, the event saw rich gender diversity in participation with about 40% female and 60% male runners.


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