Mrs. Rajashree Birla, Chairperson, Aditya Birla Centre for Community Initiatives and Rural Development flagged off the Endurothon Gateway Challenge

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MUMBAI, (GPN): The Aditya Birla Group along with Rotary Club of the Nilgiris, District
3202, Coonoor, is supporting the Endurothon to create awareness of the End Polio campaign.
Endurothon Gateway Challenge is an ultra-distance triathlon, starting and culminating at the Gateway of India in Mumbai, India. The Challenge would start with a swim of 70 km, followed by a bike ride of 400 km, and end with a 165 km long run.

Mr. Sandip Agarwalla-Past President Rotary Club of Bombay, Mrs. Rajshree Birla-Director, Aditya Birla Group, Mr. Ashok Mahajan, Rotary International, Dr. Soniya Mehta, President, Rotary Club of Bombay, Mr.Askaran Agarwala-Director, Aditya Birla Group at flagging off of Endurothon Gateway Challenge to create awareness of the End Polio campaign.

Mr. Sandip Agarwalla-Past President Rotary Club of Bombay, Mrs. Rajshree Birla-Director, Aditya Birla Group, Mr. Ashok Mahajan, Rotary International, Dr. Soniya Mehta, President, Rotary Club of Bombay, Mr.Askaran Agarwala-Director, Aditya Birla Group at flagging off of Endurothon Gateway Challenge to create awareness of the End Polio campaign.

Covering a minimum distance of 635 km, the Endurothon Gateway Challenge would be the longest, toughest and the most challenging of all triathlons in the world, relentlessly testing an athlete’s endurance, resolve and character at all levels.

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