Distance Covered

5968.4

Kilometers


No. of Stages Taken

167

Running Days


No. of Days Taken

193

1 hour & 9 minutes


Time Ran

823

Hours


The Great India Quadrilateral Run

The Great India Quadrilateral Run is about Michelle Kakade, who attempted and achieved the Guinness World Record for "Fastest time to travel the Indian Golden Quadrilateral on foot (female)" by running 5968.4 km, covering 57 major cities in India and on the country's most valuable and largest highway project, 'The Golden Quadrilateral'. Michelle Kakade ran for 194 days in 167 stages, covering a distance of 142 Full Marathons.

Michelle began her running attempt from The Gateway of India, Mumbai on 21st October 2015 moving north towards Delhi on the Golden Quadrilateral and from there to Kolkata, Chennai, Bangalore and returned back to Mumbai on 1st May 2016. Michelle was supported by a crew of 5 members throughout her run. She ran 35 km every day on an average.

Running Timeline

  • April 2010 Marathon Des Sables

    25th Sultan Marathon Des Sables (4th to 10th April 2010)
  • March 2011The Atacama Crossing (Chile)

    The Atacama Crossing (Chile) (6th to 12th March 2011) - Part of 4 Desert Run
  • July 2011The Gobi March (China)

    The Gobi March (China) (26th June to 2nd July 2011) - Part of 4 Desert Run
  • October 2011The Sahara Race (Egypt)

    The Sahara Race (Egypt) (2nd to 8th October 2011) - Part of 4 Desert Run
  • November 2011The Last Desert (Antarctica)

    The Last Desert (Antarctica) (25th to 30th November 2012) - Part of 4 Desert Run
  • October 2015 - May 2016The Great India Quadrilateral Run

    Fastest time to travel the Indian Golden Quadrilateral on foot (female)

Events

 
  • The Last Desert
  • Michelle Kakade Photo Shoot
  • The Sahara Race
  • The Gobi March
  • Atacama Crossing
  • Michelle Kakade Desert Run
 
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