Especially special- Deepa Katrodia

While boarding the flight back, I felt an uncomfortable stomach-churning. I called up home to ask about Misri, and my mother gave a satisfactory answer. The uneasiness continued all through the journey. Once we reached home, Misri was running a high fever. Upon consultation, the doctor prescribed some medicine. We fed Misri and went to bed.

Tough, bold and beautiful- Preeti Mohan

I took a deep breath, closed my eyes and decided to quit at that point rather than try and finish the race and worsen my injury. It took a lot more mental courage to pull out than it did to sign up and train. I had promised Sumit I would come back whole and not broken. Next morning, I took the flight back home. I cried for many many days though. I will go back another year soon, because I know I am persistent.

Robotic surgery specialist ,a gynaec delivering babies and a tough IM finisher: Dr.Ashwini

Never think that you are too old to learn a new skill or start your journey on fitness. It all boils down to only one thing- How badly do you want it, and how hard are you willing to work for it?
If you want, you will- Dr.Ashwini

I would say take the plunge, and soon you’ll be on the racing track!