Pinkathon 2018 in Delhi was a grand celebration with Milind Soman

UPDATED ON SEP 24, 2018 04:53 PM IST
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The Pinkathon started by Milind Soman is like a celebration that goes on, and its sixth edition took place in Delhi on September 23. There were over 10,000 women in pink, from youngsters to those in their late 70s, including a team of visually impaired girls, hearing impaired girls, cancer survivors and mothers with their babies.

And then of course, there is 102-year-old Mann Kaur, who earlier this month won a gold medal at the World Masters Athletics Championships in Malaga, Spain, sitting inside the VIP enclosure with her 80-year old son Guru Dev. Outside on the stage where prizes are being distributed, a cheerful choreographer dances to pulsating music on stage, and the crowd comprising the runners are more than happy to follow his moves.


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