Published May 6, 2023, 10:36 a.m. by Courtney
In 130 seconds, I ran a sub-thon in delhi, india. I was one of the competitors, racing against time to see who could survive the longest. The conditions were extreme; the temperature was below freezing and the air was thick with smog. Nevertheless, I did it – I survived.
I was born and raised in delhi, so I know the city well. The sub-thon was held in a park near my home. The course was a mix of open and closed surfaces, including a few small hills. It was tough but I managed to finish in 130 seconds.
delhi is one of the most polluted cities in the world. The air is filled with particles from cars, factories and fires. Nevertheless, I survived.
There are many dangers in delhi, but I’ve learned to deal with them. The biggest fear for most people is crime. But I’ve never been mugged or assaulted, thanks to my careful planning and street smarts.
I’ve also learned to use the city’s infrastructure to my advantage. The sub-thon was held on a weekday, so there were few people around. I was able to run without being harassed by the police.
Despite the dangers, delhi is still a great place to live. The people are friendly and welcoming, and the food is amazing. I’ll always remember my time in delhi – it was an incredible experience.
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