Sports News | Bommai hails TCS for organizing 10km race, Kenyan women come out on top


Bengaluru, May 15 (PTI) Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai on Sunday hailed the TCS for showing corporate responsibility by organizing the TCS 10K race in the city.

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According to Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), it was a clean sweep by Kenyan women with winner Irene Cheptai (30:35), first runner-up Hellen Obiri (30:44) and second runner-up Joyce Tele (31:47).

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“TCS has done a good job in organizing the race. TCS has shown its corporate social responsibility by enabling many non-governmental agencies to mobilize contributions through this forum for social causes,” Bommai said. signaling the 10 km race.

The Chief Minister said the race will bring new enthusiasm in life as more than 17,000 people including disabled and elderly people participated in the race for good health, national cause and enthusiasm for life.

IDFC First Bank was the associate sponsor of the 10km race and its CEO and MD V Vaidyanathan also participated in the event, according to a statement.

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