Pune: Vodafone India, one of India’s leading telecom service providers has extended support to the 14th edition of National Education Foundation’s (NEF) K2S Monsoon Adventure Race, an annual monsoon trekking adventure which is scheduled on 29th July and 30th July 2016.
NEF Katraj to Sinhagad or K2S is an annual monsoon trekking adventure race. Divided into two categories, inter-collegiate and open, it will consist of three individuals in each team with a mandatory female participant. While the open category race will be held during the day, the inter-collegiate category will take place in the night on 29th July. It is a unique opportunity for participants to compete not only with other teams but challenge themselves against nature’s odds in the moonlight. The 16 km route will begin at the Katraj Tunnel taking participants through 14 mountains and hills before leading to the final destination at Sinhagad fort. Every year more than 350 teams participate in the annual race.
Speaking about the association, Ashish Chandra, Business Head, Maharashtra & Goa, Vodafone India said, “We are extremely pleased to support the 14th edition of NEF’s K2S Adventure Race. Vodafone has had a long association with platforms that promote sports in India – be it Cricket through IPL, Football through partnering with Goa Football Development Council or Polo through Sirmur cup in Rajasthan. Pune being home to adventure loving population, this race provides the perfect platform for them to exhibit their skills while enjoying the magic of monsoon in their city.”
Prasad Purandare of NEF said “K2S is a popular monsoon trek for professional trekkers, amateurs and newbie’s. K2S will test your physical and mental endurance, stamina, fitness. An extraordinary trek that will compel you to explore yourself, face the challenges and conquer them as a team. With Vodafone’s support, we intend to take this activity to the next level.”
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