Thursday, June 18, 2015

Race Results - TNF 100 Philippines 2015, Desaru 113 Triathlon 2015, Back 2 Endurance 2015, Reach Out Run 2015, Blood Donor Fun Run 2015, Green Army Run 2015, We Run Lumut 2015 and Compressport Penang Bridge Half Marathon 2015

What : TNF 100 Philippines 2015
When :  12th June 2015 (Friday), 4:00am  - 13th June 2015, 10:00am
Where : NUVALI Sta Rosa, Laguna, Philippines
Distance : 100km (105.1km by Real Ho Yuen Loong's GPS Kok)
Podium : Top 3
Medal : Finisher for all within cut off time 30 hours
Website : Click here!
Official Result : Click here!

Male 100km Solo :
26'27.47 - Real Ho Yuen Loong, Pm89 (42th/49th)
16'06.20 - Woo Weng Kwong, Pm83 (00th) - 60km  - DNF!!

Female 100km Solo:
16'06.20 - Lim Siaw Hua, Pm11 (00th) - 60km  - DNF!!

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What : Desaru 113 Triathlon 2015
When :  13th June 2015 (Saturday)
Where : Lotus Desaru Beach Resort
Distance : Course: Swim - 2km, Bike - 90km, Run 21km (22km by Bryan Lee's GPS Kok)
Podium : Top 3
Medal :  Finisher for all within cut-off time 8 hours 30 minutes
Website : Click here!
Official Result : Click here!

Men Youth Veteran 35-44 :
0'00.00 - Bryan Lee Kok Leong, Pm59 (00th)
 - 21km - 2'13.00

0'00.00 - Alvin Yap Keng Ging, Pm26 (00th)
 - 21km - 2'50.00

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What : Back 2 Endurance 2015
When : 14th June 2015 (Sunday), 6:30am - 6:30pm
Where : Taman Botanical Lake Garden Perdana, Kuala Lumpur
Distance : 2.3km Round the Lake (*Run as much as you can in 12 hours,
                   the longest distance cover by runners as a winner)
Podium : Top 3
Medal :  Finisher Medal for all as below:
               GOLD award - 37 laps above - 85.1KM
               SILVER award - 22 laps above - 50.6KM
               Bronze award - 21 laps or below - 48.3KM
Website : Click here!
Official Result : Click here!

Men Open :
11'51.00 - Tay Poh Chye, Pm66 (00th) - 92km
11'00.00 - Kevin Chu Jia Leh  (00th) - 87.4km
11'44.00 - Naresh Kumar, Pm37 (00th) - 85.1km
7'50.00 - Lin Lu Joshua, Pm23 (00th) - 54km

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What : Reach Out Run 2015
When : 14th June 2015 (Sunday)
Where : Dataran Putrajaya, Presint 3, Putrajaya
Distance : 10km (9.82km by Alan Leong's GPS Kok)
Podium : Top 3
Medal : Finisher medal for all
Website : Click here!

Men Open :
46.27 - Fabio Lee Kin Leong, Pm45 (00th)
52.40 - Yap Chee Ching, Pm68 (00th)
56.50 - Alan Leong (00th)

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What : Blood Donor Fun Run 2015
When :  14th June 2015 (Sunday)
Where : Taman Tasik Titiwangsa, Kuala Lumpur
Distance : 5.2km (5.2km by Ken Lam's GPS Kok)
Podium : Top 3
Medal : Finisher Medal for all
Website : Click here!

Men Open :
21.40 - Ken Lam, Pm20 (00th)

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What : Green Army Run 2015
When :  14th June 2015 (Sunday)
Where : Taman Botanic Negara, Shah Alam Selangor
Distance : 10km (9.65km by Ronnie See's GPS Kok)
Podium : Top 3
Medal : Finisher medal for all
Website : Click here!

Men Open :
1'13.00 - Kenny Wong Kok Wai, Pm69 (00th)

Men Junior Veteran :
43.07 - Ronnie See, Pm1 (1st) - Podium!!

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What : We Run Lumut 2015
When :  14th June 2015 (Sunday)
Where : Lumut, Perak
Distance : 10km (10.28km by Goh Shu Wei's GPS Kok)
Podium : Top 5
Medal : Finisher medal for all
Website : Click here!

Men Open :
45.15 - Goh Shu Wei, Pm87 (00th)

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What : Compressport Penang Bridge Half Marathon 2015
When :  14th June 2015 (Sunday)
Where : Sultan Abdul Halim Mu’adzam Shah Bridge, Penang
Distance : 21km (21km by Chua Eng Siong's GPS Kok)
Podium : Top 10
Medal : Finisher medal for all
Website : Click here!

Men Veteran :
2'28.00 - Chua Eng Siong, Pm35 (00th)


 updated by Weng Woo @ Pm83  18th June 2015, 23:05hrs

Wednesday, June 17, 2015

My running journey and experiences

Self-Introduction
I am nothing near to an Elite Runner. I get out of breath very fast, ever since young. During sports day, I will only compete for 100M sprint run but not 200M. When I grow up, I never liked jogging or marathons. It was my ex-colleague who actually encouraged me to join PBIM 2013 Fun Run (10km), which I finally decided to give it a go after much persuasion. I realized that a person like me can also complete the 10km even though I finished it slow. I quite like the feeling of accomplishment when I finally see and reached the finishing line. This was where and when my running journey started.

My running journey
My 1st official competitive run was Newton Run 2014, 7km. My 1st ever medal. Unforgettable. I challenged myself to the next level, 10km competitive run. Subsequently, I did a lot of 10km. I normally timed at 1 hour 40 minutes. After cut off but never failed to get my medal. I pushed myself even further, 15km. My 1st 15km was Energizer Run 2014. Completed around 2.5 hours.

For every runs I did, whenever I see the finishing line, I will feel very accomplished. I love how strangers encourage each other during the run. These shout outs kept me going…

“Keep it up girl!”
“You can do it! Just a few more km left!”
“Add oil!”

And it goes on along the run. There will be many people showing thumbs up too. The beauty of marathons. Not only it pushes one to go beyond their limits but it is also when skin color and age are not a criteria.

In year 2015, I go even further by participating marathons in overseas. Did the 15km trail run in Khao Yai, Thailand organized by North Face. Only 1 word for me, TOUGH. It has elevation of 500M, which I never liked going uphill. I completed it though…. Timed around 3 hours. Another great achievement for myself. I participated also other overseas run and one of it was 10km Nike We Run Taipei. I envied my friends who participated in 21km Nike We Run TPE, where they got an additional finisher T on top of a pendant that is also given to 10km.

I do not have the courage to do a 21km in overseas. So I told myself to try out 21km locally 1st. Another challenge and milestone for me to achieve. So I signed myself up for a 21km run recently, which I had a mixture feeling of accomplishment yet disappointment with the organizer.


Medals I collected in 2014


My 1st marathon leap

The happy moments after every runs.


My bad experience with the recent marathon for my 1st 21km

My friends and i came from different locations (Penang/Kedah/Selangor) for this run (we drove about 3 hours to reach here and paid 1 night hotel money for this run). We did not want to put our effort to waste. Despite the rain, we proceed to venue hoping the rain will stop but it did not. Flag off time got delayed but organizer still kick off the run with small showers.

I was anxious. My 1st 21km after all. No turning back I told myself. First few km, rain got quite heavy. We were all wet from head to toe. My shoes got soggy. It was very dark. Lack of marshals. I was pretty tired by the time I reached probably the 7th or 8th km. I reached a junction where I need to decide to go left (route for 10km) or right (route for 21km). I ended up choosing right turn even it was still raining at that time. Along the route, I saw many giving up by just crossing the road, making a u-turn back to finishing line. I persisted, though I was getting very tired and not feeling comfortable running in soggy shoes. I finally reached the last check point (almost 15km) where it was also the last point for making a u-turn back to finishing. A car drove by. Winded down the window. Thumbs up to me all the way. I was touched.

My leg started to cramp. But it did not stop me from continuing my journey back to finishing. I stopped, squat, took off my shoes, stretched and etc to ease my leg a little. I continued to run and walk most of the journey. I was the last 10 I supposed. I can see a guy ahead of me. Dragging himself to the finishing as well. I finally overtook him, kept telling myself to not give up. I can do it. I want to earn a finisher T with my own ability and at my best. Suddenly, I saw a sweeper car passed by me, with the guy whom I over took. He was enjoying his banana on the car. The sweeper car stopped some metres away from me. It was my last 1km. I so wish to join the guy, enjoying eating banana. But I persisted with numb legs. Running and walking on, telling myself the sweeper car is invincible.

I finally see the finishing line. I ran slowly with my soggy shoes to the finishing. The crews and volunteers were there, cheering for me when I arrived. They congratulated me and gave me my medal. I asked them where I can get my finisher T as this was the only reason I hung onto until finishing, that is to earn my 1st 21km finisher T without short cuts/sweeper car/cheats. I can see the arch… The start/finishing arch….


Disappointment

I was told that I ran beyond cut off time of 3.5 hours. I was not entitled for the T. I timed at about 4 hours actually. My heart collapsed. My hope of earning a 21km finisher T were blown away just like that. My every ounce of energy and sweat, put to waste just like that. A guy took pity on me. He gave me his finisher T. He was already wearing it actually. He said if I don’t mind, I can have his T with the sweat. I took his without thinking much because I was already very emotional and about to cry. I thank him and left.

I do understand there is cut off time that we need to follow. However, this organizer gave out the finisher T to people who did not have the red ribbon (did not complete full 21km route). People who did not want to proceed with the run due to the rain got their T as well and went back to sleep. I was thinking, might as well I took the T in the morning, then only I take my own sweet time to run. It was very obvious that the organizer screwed up. They did not have enough finisher T to distribute, so they used an excuse to tell me that I was not entitled because of my finishing time. It is not fair to penalize people who completed the run but slow, and those who did not have ribbon and did not run easily got their T.

I was lucky, a random guy gave me his T. Other slow runners weren’t that lucky though. A guy, put up his disappointment in this event’s FB page. A lady runner who manage to complete her run within cut off, replied to this unlucky guy to refer to point 5 (where finisher medal and tee are only given to runners who finish within the cut off time). It also means that we need to adhere to rules and regulations set by organizers. I started questioning and debate on it as I do not agree with how this lady responded. If we are to adhere to this point 5, organizer should also adhere and comply to their own set of rules but they did not. They distributed the medals and T as they wished to those without red ribbon and those who did not run. The lady could no longer debate, asked her guy friend for help. This was the time when this guy told me some nonsense, which made me felt as if slow runners were looked down upon and we should not participate if we cant cope within cut off.



My message to organizers and elite runner.

To organizers,

For some, no matter how hard we trained, we can never be an elite runner. For some, it is also very difficult to complete within cut off no matter how hard one train, due to many personal reasons, physical (I don’t mean OKU, more like obese)/health constraints. Please do not penalize us. We still took the courage to try. If we manage to complete the run even slow, at least we gave our best. It needs a very strong will power to be persistent.

People who used short cuts and finished beyond cut off, please honor us with the medal and finisher T. The fee we paid is inclusive of all these. For those who used short cuts, it is their choice to give up. It is a challenge within them and not for you to judge and penalize anyone by holding back what they have paid for.

Should you need to strictly apply your rules of “Finisher T and medals are only for those who completed within cut off”, please make sure that you as organizer follow your own rules and do not simply distribute until you go out of stock, only to penalize those who arrive late.

If you need to open up road closures for cars, make sure you sweep up all the slow runner off the road but please, give them what they have paid for (the finisher T and medal). At least they tried and remain on road to the last minute. What you are organizing is not SUKMA/SEA/OLYMPIC games. For you to hold back the T and medal, it seems like you are trying to reap some money from slow runners. We paid a fee which includes finisher T + medal + operation cost + your profit (no profit, I doubt you will organize unless it is 100% sponsored).

After all, we all run for health. Run for happiness.


To Elite/fast runners,

Especially the person who quoted below when I disagree that slow runners are not entitled for finisher T after cut off time:

“Do train harder!3.5 hours is more than enough even if you run few times in a month. Run 10km 1st if you cant handle”.

You can never understand the struggle we slow runner need to go through to be able to complete a 21km. Sometimes, it could be due to physical (I don’t mean OKU, more like obese)/health constraints. At least we bring up the courage and guts to start our 1st 21km.

Regards,
Lay Kiat

Tuesday, June 09, 2015

Race Results - KCK Fun Run 2015, Camel Muar Cross Country Run 2015, 10th Laguna Phuket International Marathon 2015, Rhein Ruhr Marathon 2015, Bottled Hope Run 2015 and No Frills Run 2015

What : KCK Fun Run 2015
When : 6th June 2015 (Saturday)
Where : The Oval Lawn of Setia City Park, Setia Alam
Distance : 10km (10.37km by Ronnie See's GPS Kok)
                     7km (6.63km by Goh Shu Wei's GPS Kok)
Podium : Top 10
Medal : Finisher medal for all
Website : Click here!

Men Open 10km:
41.53 - Kenny Wong Kok Wai, Pm69 (6th) - Podium!!
43.23 - Hong Zi Shen, Pm60 (8th) Podium!!
44.47 - Naresh Kumar, Pm37 (9th) Podium!!

Men Veteran 10km:
41.44 - Ronnie See, Pm1 (2nd) - Podium!!

Men Senior Veteran 10km:
1'01.23 - Chua Eng Siong, Pm35 (00th)

Women Veteran 10km:
1'00.55 - Sharon Chow Siew Hoon, Pm74 (6th) - Podium!!

Men Open 7km:
26.45 - Ken Lam (9th) - Podium!!
27.25 - Goh Shu Wei, Pm87 (10th) - Podium!!

Women Open 7km:
37.28 - Peng Peng Bird (7th) - Podium!!

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What : Camel Muar Cross Country Run 2015
When : 7th June 2015 (Sunday)
Where : SJK (C) Chung Hwa 3, Muar Johor
Distance : 22km (22.5km by Lai Fong Sang's GPS Kok)
Podium : Top 10
Medal : Finisher medal for all
Website : Click here!

Men Open :
1'53.24 - Michael Wong Chan Kaen, Pm25 (00th)
2'09.30 - Tay Poh Chye, Pm66 (67th)
2'24.50 - Yap Chee Ching, Pm68 (136th)
2'38.56 - Lai Fong Sang, Pm38 (00th)
2'55.29 - Chua Eng Siong, Pm35 (00th)

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What : 10th Laguna Phuket International Marathon 2015
When : 7th June 2015 (Sunday)
Where : Laguna Phuket Resort
Distance : 42km (42km by Yum Kin Kok's GPS Kok)
Podium : Top 5
Medal : Finisher medal for all
Website : Click here!
Official Result : Click here!

Male 40-49 :
5'02.00 - Yum Kin Kok, Pm65 (00th)

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What : Rhein Ruhr Marathon 2015
When : 7th June 2015 (Sunday)
Where : Rhein Ruhr, Duisburg, Germany
Distance : 42km (42.5km by Lim Kian Huat's GPS Kok)
Podium : Top 3
Medal : Finisher medal for all
Website : Click here!
Official Result : Click here!

Men Age 60-65 :
3'24.32 - Lim Kian Huat, Pm5 (3rd) - Podium!!

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What : Bottled Hope Run 2015
When : 7th June 2015 (Sunday)
Where : Padang Merbok, KL
Distance : 7km (7.3km by Lim Siaw Hua's GPS Kok)
Medal : Finisher medal for all
Website : Click here!

Women Open 7km :
36.38 - Lim Siaw Hua, Pm11 (1st)

Relay of 3 (2km+2km+3km) :
11.58 - Sharon Chow Siew Hoon, Pm74 (00th) - 2km
00.00 - Naresh Kumar, Pm37 (2nd) - 3km

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What : No Frills Run 2015
When : 7th June 2015 (Sunday)
Where : Sengkang Riverside Park, Singapore
Distance : 10km (10km by Farah Soh Wai Ching's GPS Kok)
Podium : Top 3
Medal : Finisher medal for all
Website : Click here!

Men 10km Competitive :
37.33 - Farah Soh Wai Ching, Pm55 (2nd)


 updated by Weng Woo @ Pm83  9th June 2015, 21:20hrs

Thursday, June 04, 2015

Race Results - 50 Hours Non Stop Run 2015, Tanjong Sepat Run 2015, Kuantan Half Marathon 2015, Team Malaysia Fan Run 2015 and Beach Sports Carnival Port Dickson Triathlon 2015

What : 50 Hours Non Stop Run 2015
When : 30th May 2015 (Saturday), 9:00am - 1 June 2015 (Monday), 11:00am
Where : Bedok Reservoir Park, Singapore
Distance : 4.3km per loop (43km by Lin Lu Joshua's GPS Kok)
Podium : Top 3
Medal : Finisher medal for all
Website : Click here!

Men Category :
5'25.00 [43km] - Lin Lu Joshua, Pm23 (00th)

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What : Tanjong Sepat Run 2015
When : 31th May 2015 (Sunday)
Where : SJK(C) Tanjong Sepat, Kual Langat Selangor
Distance : 12km (11.85km by Ronnie See's GPS Kok)
                     5km (5.3km by Peng Peng Bird 's GPS Kok)
Podium : Top 10
Medal : Finisher medal for all
Website : Click here!

Men Open 12km :
46.19 - Darren Looi Mun Fai (3rd) - Podium!!
48.44 - Kenny Wong Kok Wai, Pm69 (6th) - Podium!!
51.12 - Michael Wong Chan Kaen, Pm25 (8th) - Podium!!
53.05 - Naresh Kumar, Pm37 (11th)

Men Veteran 12km :
48.23 - Ronnie See, Pm1 (1st) - Podium!!

Women Open 12km :
1'03.26 - Yuki Cheong, Pm77 (1st) - Podium!!

Women Veteran 12km :
1'20.34 - Cheah Ying Fong (9th) - Podium!!

Women 5km :
30.48 - Peng Peng Bird (2nd) - Podium!!


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What : Kuantan Half Marathon 2015
When : 31th May 2015 (Sunday)
Where : Padang Kemunting (MPK 4) Kuantan Pahang
Distance : 21km (20.65km by Phun Pey Lee's GPS Kok)
Podium : Top 5
Medal : Finisher medal for all
Website : Click here!
Official Result : Click here!

Men Veteran :
1'52.41 - Tay Poh Chye, Pm66 (15th)
2'09.24 - Yap Chee Ching, Pm68 (35th)
2'23.29 - Chua Eng Siong, Pm35 (61th)


Women Open :
2'13.29 - Phun Pey Lee, Pm79 (8th)

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What : Team Malaysia Fan Run 2015
When : 31th May 2015 (Sunday)
Where : Dataran Putrajaya. Presint 3
Distance : 15km (15.87km by Kevin Chu Jia Leh's GPS Kok)
Podium : Top 5
Medal : Finisher medal for all
Website : Click here!
Official Result : Click here!

Men Open :
1'10.57 - Kevin Chu Jia Leh (10th)
1'25.39 - Hong Zi Shen, Pm60 (47th)


Women Open :
2'16.48 - Fiona Lee Siew Teng, Pm72 (180th)

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What : Beach Sports Carnival Port Dickson Triathlon 2015
When : 31th May 2015 (Sunday)
Where : Start : 5 1/2 Mile, Jalan Pantai (behind Grand Resort, known as Selesa Beach Resort)
                Finish : 1 Mile, Jalan Pantai (near town)
Distance : 1.5km Swim, 40km Bike, 10km Run (8.5km by Alvin Yap Keng Ging 's GPS Kok)
Podium : Top 3
Medal : Finisher medal for all
Website : Click here!

Men 40 Age and Above :
54.26 - Alvin Yap Keng Ging, Pm26 (00th)


 updated by Weng Woo @ Pm83  4th June 2015, 17:25hrs

Friday, May 29, 2015

Race Results - Bamboo Run 2015, Larian BN 2015, Paddy Run 2015, Melawati 10km Run 2015, King of Kemensah Trail 2015, Pulag 100km 2015, Great Eastern Live Great Run 2015 and 9th Hatyai International Marathon 2015

What : Bamboo Run 2015
When : 23th May 2015 (Saturday)
Where : UiTM Sg Buloh
Distance : 10km (10km by Chua Eng Siong's GPS Kok)
Podium : Top 3
Medal : Finisher medal for all
Facebook : Click here!

Men 10km :
44.01 - Naresh Kumar, Pm37 (3rd) - Podium!!
58.33 - Chua Eng Siong, Pm35 (00th)

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What : Larian BN 2015
When : 24th May 2015 (Sunday)
Where : Padang Tuaran, Sabah
Distance : 6km (5.12km by Liew Kim Yoong's GPS Kok)
Podium : Top 5
Medal : Finisher medal for all
Facebook : Click here!

Men 6km :
21.24 - Liew Kim Yoong, Pm86 (8th)

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What : Paddy Run 2015
When : 24th May 2015 (Sunday)
Where : SMJK Yoke Kuan Sekinchan Selangor
Distance : 5.5km (5.5km by Jun Wen's GPS Kok)
Podium : Top 5
Medal : Finisher medal for all
Website : Click here!

Men 5.5km :
19.30 - Jun Wen (1st) - Podium!!

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What : Melawati 10km Run 2015
When : 24th May 2015 (Sunday)
Where : Taman Melawati KL
Distance : 10km (10km by Chua Eng Siong's GPS Kok)
Podium : Top 3
Medal : Finisher medal for all
Website : Click here!

Men Veteran 10km :
49.55 - Yap Chee Ching, Pm68 (00th)
52.48 - Chua Eng Siong, Pm35 (00th)

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What : King of Kemensah Trail 2015
When : 24th May 2015 (Sunday)
Where : Kampung Kemensah, Ulu Kelang, Selangor
Distance : 21km (21km by Lai Fong Sang's GPS Kok)
Podium : Top 5
Medal : Finisher medal for all
Website : Click here!

Men Open 21km :
2'23.56 - Lai Fong Sang, Pm38 (00th)

Women Open 21km :
2'13.50 - Carol Tan Khai Jou, Pm76 (4th) - Podium!!

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What : Pulag 100km 2015 
When : 22th May 2015, 12am (Friday) - 23th May 2015, 2am (Saturday)
Where : Start: Kayapa Town Hall, Finish : Dayap Primary School
Distance : 102km (102km by Real Ho Yuen Loong's GPS Kok)
Podium : Top 3
Medal : Finisher for all 100km within cut off time of 26 Hours
Website : Click here!
Official Result : Click here!

Men 102km Category: 
24'02.01 - Real Ho Yuen Loong, Pm89 (9th) - PB!!

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What : Great Eastern Live Great Run 2015
When : 24th May 2015 (Sunday)
Where : Dataran Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur
Distance : 12km (11.89km by Ronnie See's GPS Kok)
Podium : Top 10
Medal : Finisher medal for all
Website : Click here!
Official Result : Click here!

Men Open 12km (Malaysia):
55.19 - Goh Jing Jing (21th) 
1'02.48 - Stanley Cheong MY, Pm53 (54th)
1'09.10 - Fabio Lee Kin Leong, Pm45 (105th)

Men Junior Veteran 12km:
49.58 - Ronnie See, Pm1 (5th) - Podium!!
1'12.20 - Yum Kin Kok, Pm65 (43th)

Men Senior Veteran 12km:
53.20 - Daniel Tan Soo Liang, Pm3 (2nd) - Podium!!

Women Junior Veteran 12km:
1'37.39 - Chia Ee, Pm73 (63th)

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What : 9th Hatyai International Marathon 2015
When :  24th May 2015 (Sunday)
Where : Chiranakhon Stadium, Hat Yai, Songkhla, Thailand
Distance : 42.195km (41.7km by Lim Kian Huat's GPS Kok)
                     21.km (20.85km by Loh Voon Ying's GPS Kok)
Podium : Top 5 Every Age Category
Medal :  Finisher Medal for all
Website : Click here!

Men (30-34) 42km:
4'25.23 - Loh Voon Leong, Pm56 (00th)

Men (40-44) 42km:
5'18.36 - Loh Wing Keen, Pm82 (00th)

Men (50-54) 42km:
4'04.30 - Tay Poh Chye, Pm66 (00th)

Men (60-64) 42km:
3'39.03 - Lim Kian Huat, Pm5 (3rd) Podium!!

Women (40-49) 42km:
4'57.00 - Sharon Chow Siew Hoon, Pm74 (00th)
5'56.31 - Cheah Ying Fong (00th)

Men (16-29) 21km:
1'42.00 - Kevin Chu Jia Leh  (00th)

Women (30-39) 21km:
1'48.17 - Loh Voon Ying, Pm81 (3rd) Podium!!


 updated by Weng Woo @ Pm83  29th May 2015, 00:54hrs

Thursday, May 21, 2015

Race Results - 5km IYC - UTC Fun Run 2015, KL Tower International Towerthon Challenge 2015, Compressport Penang City Run 2015, Revive Retro Run 2015 and Runners Wild Bario Sarawak 2015

What : 5km IYC - UTC Fun Run 2015
When :  16th May 2015 (Saturday)
Where : International Youth Centre (IYC) , Jalan Yaacop Latif, Bandar Tun Razak, K.L
Distance : 5km (5km by Ken Lam's GPS Kok)
Podium : Top 3
Medal :  Finisher Medal for all
Website : Click here!

Men Open :
20.28 - Ken Lam, Pm20 (00th)

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What : KL Tower International Towerthon Challenge 2015
When :  17th May 2015 (Sunday)
Where : Menara KL, Kuala Lumpur
Distance : 1 km Run, 2058 Staircase
Podium : Top 10
Medal :  Finisher Medal for all
Website : Click here!
Official Result : Click here!

Men Open:
18.18 - Real Ho Yuen Loong, Pm89 (26th) - PB!!
21.46 - Wong Choen Keong, Pm88 (88th)

Men Junior Veteran:
15.25 - Ronnie See, Pm1 (9th) - Podium!! - PB!!
17.52 - Raymond Ng Chow Kiong, Pm48 (13th)
20.04 - Dannie Choong Kean Mun, Pm62 (21th)

Men Senior Veteran:
17.32 - Tay Poh Chye, Pm66 (3rd) - Podium!! - PB!!
19.24 - Daniel Tan Soo Liang, Pm3 (9th) - Podium!! - PB!!
25.40 - Yap Chee Ching, Pm68 (26th)

Women Open:
36.14 - Fiona Lee Siew Teng, Pm72 (232th)

Women Veteran:
35.44 - Lam Foong Nee (46th) - PB!!
00.00 - Michelle Looi Mei Yan, Pm78 (00th) - DNS!!

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What : Compressport Penang City Run 2015
When :  17th May 2015 (Sunday)
Where : Penang Plaza, Penang
Distance : 30km (33km by Chua Eng Siong's GPS Kok)
Podium : Top 3
Medal :  Finisher Medal for all
Website : Click here!
Facebook : Click here!

Men Veteran :
5'28.00 - Chua Eng Siong, Pm35 (00th)

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What : Revive Retro Run 2015
When :  17th May 2015 (Sunday)
Where : Publika KL
Distance : 5km (4.82km by Michael Wong Chan Kaen's GPS Kok)
Podium : Top 3
Medal :  Finisher Medal for all
Website : Click here!

Men Open :
19.17 - Goh Jing Jing (1st) - Podium!!
20.22 - Michael Wong Chan Kaen, Pm25 (2nd) - Podium!!
25.25 - Atley Law Kok Eng, Pm90 (00th)

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What : Runners Wild Bario Sarawak 2015
When :  17th May 2015 (Sunday)
Where : Bario, Sarawak
Distance : 50km (50km by Lai Fong Sang's GPS Kok)
Podium : Top 3
Medal :  Finisher Medal for all
Website : Click here!
Facebook : Click here!
Official Result : Click here!

Men Open :
7'44.27 - Lai Fong Sang, Pm38 (6th)



 updated by Weng Woo @ Pm83  21th May 2015, 18:17hrs

Friday, May 15, 2015

Race Results - Larian Pekerja Muda 9 to 5 Run 2015 , Larian Bersama Bomba 2015, SAS International ECO Challenge 2015, Route 68 Challenge 2015 and Milo Breakfast Run 2015

What : Larian Pekerja Muda 9 to 5 Run 2015 
When : 9th May 2015 (Saturday)
Where : Dataran Putrajaya
Distance : 10km (10.71km by Hong Zi Shen's GPS Kok)
Podium : Top 5
Medal :  Finishing Medal for all
Website : Click here!
Official Result : Click here!

Men Open:
46.25 - Hong Zi Shen, Pm60 (17th)
50.28 - Fabio Lee Kin Leong, Pm45 (32th)


Men Veteran:
1'08.28 - Chua Eng Siong, Pm35 (61th)

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What : Larian Bersama Bomba 2015
When : 9th May 2015 (Saturday)
Where : Dataran Merdeka KL
Distance : 7km (7.37km by Daniel Tan Soo Liang's GPS Kok)
                   10km (10km by Kong Yen Erl's GPS Kok)
Podium : Top 10
Medal :  Limited Medal
Website : Click here!

Men Open 10km:
1'00.15 - Yap Chee Ching, Pm68 (40th)


Men Senior Veteran 7km:
30.23 - Daniel Tan Soo Liang, Pm3 (3rd) - Podium!!
31.13 - Lim Kian Huat, Pm5 (5th) - Podium!!

Women Open 10km:
1'07.00 - Kong Yen Erl, Pm41 (18th)
1'26.00 - Fiona Lee Siew Teng, Pm72 (60th)

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What : SAS International ECO Challenge 2015
When : 9th May 2015 (Saturday)
Where : Tioman Island, Johor
Distance : 30km (30km by Lai Fong Sang's GPS Kok)
Podium : Top 10
Medal :  Finishing Medal for all within cut off time
Website : Click here!

Local Men Open:
7'45.00 - Lai Fong Sang, Pm38 (00th)

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What : Route 68 Challenge 2015
When : 10th May 2015 (Sunday)
Where : Dewan Serbaguna Komuniti Orang Asli at Km. 24, Gombak, Kuala Lumpur.
Distance : 68km (69.44km by Real Ho Yuen Loong's GPS Kok)
                   50km (49.41km by Sara Woo's GPS Kok)
Podium : Top 10
Medal :  Finisher Medal for 68km with cut off time of 12 hours and 50km with cut off time of 9 hours
Website : Click here!
Official Result : Click here!

Men 68km Category :
7'47.11 - Kevin Chu Jia Leh  (7th)
8'37.10 - Tay Poh Chye, Pm66 (18th)
8'53.12 - Real Ho Yuen Loong, Pm89 (27th)
9'01.17 - Michael Wong Chan Kaen, Pm25 (32th)
9'22.45 - Lin Lu Joshua, Pm23 (45th)
10'12.11 - Naresh Kumar, Pm37 (77th)
10'22.59 - Woo Weng Kwong, Pm83 (87th)
10'56.14 - Loh Wing Keen, Pm82 (123th)
11'00.48 - Chua Eng Siong, Pm35 (128th)
11'45.11 - Ian Tan (199th)
11'51.50 - Fong Sai Siong, Pm50 (210th)
6'48.42 - Chin Teck Sin, Pm18 (228th) - A5 (Bukit Tinggi T-Junction) - DNF!!

Women 68km Category :
9'30.54 - Lim Siaw Hua, Pm11 (6th) - Podium!!
10'30.59 - Sharon Chow Siew Hoon, Pm74 (15th)
11'30.22 - Cheah Ying Fong (35th)

Men 50km Category :
6'06.37 - Yum Kin Kok, Pm65 (21th)

Women 50km Category :
5'56.53 - Yuki Cheong Yoke Wah, Pm77 (4th) - Podium!!
6'41.00 - Kong Yen Erl, Pm41 (15th)
8'17.27 - Lam Foong Nee (40th)
10'18.49 - Sara Woo (00th)

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What : Milo Breakfast Run 2015
When : 10th May 2015 (Sunday)
Where : Dataran Putrajaya
Distance : 7km (7.31km by Ronnie See's GPS Kok)
Podium : Top 10
Medal :  Finisher Medal for all
Website : Click here!
Official Result : Click here!

Men Open :
25.31 - Farah Soh Wai Ching, Pm55 (1st) -  PB!! - Podium!!
28.55 - Goh Jing Jing (7th) - Podium!!
30.50 - Loh Voon Leong, Pm56 (14th)
30.58 - Ken Lam, Pm20 (15th)
40.32 - Atley Law Kok Eng, Pm90 (00th)


Men Veteran :
28.41 - Ronnie See, Pm1 (2nd) - Podium!!
40.15 - Yap Chee Ching, Pm68 (00th)

Women Open :
34.02 - Loh Voon Ying, Pm81 (3rd) - Podium!!
1'01.26 - Fiona Lee Siew Teng, Pm72 (60th)


 updated by Weng Woo @ Pm83  15th May 2015, 21:40hrs