Raise the fitness bar in Delhi with Adidas

Raise the fitness bar in Delhi with Adidas

By OUR CORRESPONDENT | | 5 December, 2015
A representative photo of Adidas Uprising.

Adidas is here again to sweat you more. This time in Delhi after its success in Bangalore, Adidas is trying to create its unmatched sporting experience here. All the sporting enthusiasts get ready to work, sweat, play and train in a much more fun and sporty way this weekend. Adidas brings the national capital to the hold as it presents its sporting events scheduled for Saturday, 12 December and Sunday, 13 December.
Talking about bringing this sporting revolution into the country, Damyant Singh, Sr. Marketing Director, Adidas India said, “Adidas Uprising is a brand statement, a hub for sports enthusiasts and streetwear hounds in the city to experience the breadth and depth of the adidas brand, in a sports performance-led environment. We will continue to cultivate the rich sporting culture by encouraging Delhi-ites to come out, play and further inspire the country to take to sport.”

Adidas will play host to a variety of sporting events such as running, training bootcamp, tennis, rugby, yoga, badminton, basketball, cycling, cricket, football, zumba, skateboarding, table tennis and wall climbing.


Adidas will play host to a variety of sporting events such as running, training bootcamp, tennis, rugby, yoga, badminton, basketball, cycling, cricket, football, zumba, skateboarding, table tennis and wall climbing. The key highlights of Uprising include a Grand Prix Run and a Mall Run for the first time in Delhi that will raise the bar of fitness in Delhi. Training needed for sports would bring the athletics better performing with a groundbreaking training boot camp. The emerging popular sports such as rugby, skateboarding, wall climbing will attract its fans, giving an  opportunity to compete and learn new skills at this version of theAdidas Series.  

To register for a sport visit www.adidasuprising.in
 

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