Bhutanese runners compete in New York City marathon

For Nim Gyaltshen, 68, from Paro, it was his maiden competition at the recent New York City marathon, which has been a popular race since 1970. 

Nim was one of the contenders among 51,295 runners from across the world in the 42.195km marathon.

Two other Bhutanese residing in New York, Rinchen Pelden, 35, and Yeshey Choden, 29, also participated in the race.

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