First High Altitude Marathon Khunjerab Pass 2017

I RUN FOR SMILE

The annual I RUN FOR SMILE has organized first high altitude marathon in the history of Pakistan on 24th May, 2017. The marathon has taken place to Khunjerab Pass (elevation 4,693 meters or 15,397 feet) in the Karakoram Mountains. Connect your passion with purpose and commit to support youth live a more active life and children in a meaningful cause close to your heart. I RUN FOR SMILE aim to raise awareness among youth being active and how athletic teens also learn how to handle stress and pressure, set goals and work hard to reach a goal. Playing a sport allows teenagers to build relationships with their coaches and peers. All of these experiences will help teenagers learn how to work with others as well as become easy to work with later in life, whether it’s at home, at school or on the job. Nothing heals faster than running prolonged endurance exercise and heart health Samiya, shared her perspective and envisions a healthy activity, promoting health benefits, and encourages athletes towards consistency.

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