The event included four main categories which included 20 km, 10 km, 5 km and 3 km race. The main motive of the race was to spread the awareness of breast cancer and women’s health.
The top three finishers in the 20 km category received the reward of Rs. 50k, Rs. 20k and Rs. 10k respectively. Similarly the top three finishers in the 10 km category received the reward of Rs. 20k, Rs. 10k and Rs. 5k respectively. While the other winners received the gift hampers from the organizer. Kanchi Maya Koju was the winner of the 20 km race.
Milind Soman the founder of Pinkathon himself was spotted in Kathmandu in November 2016 promoting for the Pinkathon Kathmandu (Source). Later he also participated in the press meetup that was held in Hyatt Regency in January 24, 2017.
Kathmandu Pinkathon was a great success since the participation of the women in Kathmandu Pinkathon Marathon was huge. Women from various walks of life gathered and participated in the marathon which began and ended in Dasarath stadium.