Sunday, October 15, 2006

der_Pacemaker Network Run 2006


What : der Pacemaker Network Run aka AliBaba Run
When : 15th October 2006
Where : Lake Garden, Kuala Lumpur
Distance : 2.3km x 6 loops =13.8km

Results and Photos...



October Birthday Boy : Peter Goh, Yin Fook, Pm1 & Jamie Pang

Pacemakers Family Group Photo

Naresh Kumar, Pm37 - Champion in Men 30-34 & oso hv der fastestest of 57min 38sec.

Women 19 & above Champion Grace Tok wit timing of 24min 38sec

PM21 smiling to PM1 Ronnie, Pm1 pacing wit Khoo Yi Kiat Pm28 Posted by Picasa

DER PACEMAKERS NETWORK RUN - Results

Men Age 29 & Below Category:
0' 57:53 - Toh Wai Kuen, Pm14, (Champion / Overall 2nd)
1' 01.53 - William Chan Wai Lam, Pm36 (2nd / 5th)
1' 07.14 - Lee Weng Khong, Pm35 (3rd / 10th)
1' 08.22 - Ryan Teoh, Pm17 (4th / 13th)
1' 14.45 - Dinesh Kumaran, Pm4 (5th / 22nd)
1' 16.08 - Lee Yin How (6th / 24th)
1' 17.39 - Lee Yin Fook, Pm40 (7th / 25th)
1' 22.45 - Lim Fang Hau, Pm23 (8th / 27th)


Men Age 30 - 34 Category:
0' 57:38 - Naresh Kumar, Pm37 (Champion / Overall 1st)
1' 01.48 - Ronnie See, Pm1 (2nd / 4th)
1' 02.29 - Khoo Yit Kiat, Pm28 (3rd / 6th)
1' 03.37 - Justin Lee, Pm19 (4th / 7th)
1' 08.52 - Joviet Sim Boon Haw, Pm25 (5th / 15th)
1' 11.22 - Raymond Ng (6th / 18th)
1' 14.47 - Gunaselan Rajagopal, Pm39 (7th / 23rd)

2' 03.12 - Draco Ng Ping Loong, Pm24 (8th 31st)
0' 00.00 - Kenny Tan Hock Chye, Pm27 (DNS)
0' 00.00 - Hoo Ching Tai (DNS)

Men Age 35 - 39 Category:
1' 00.35 - Chen Keat Hoong, Pm8 (Champion / Overall 3rd)
1' 07.54 - Lai Fong Sang, Pm38 (2nd / 12th)
1' 09.38 - Tey Eng Tiong, Pm22 (3rd / 16th)
1' 11.80 - Kevin Chow Lak Keong, Pm32 (4th / 17th)
1' 12.34 - Jamie Pang Kuan Yu, Pm5 (5th / 19th)
0' 00.00 - Zulazlan (DNS)


Men Age 40 & Above Category:
1' 04.34 - Adam Loh Kean Teong, Pm29 (Champion / Overall 8th)
1' 04.53 - Kenny Choo King Hoe (2nd / 9th)
1' 07.40 - Eddy Choo, Klava (3rd / 11th)
1' 08.46 - Peter Goh, Klava (4th / 14th)
1' 13.45 - Kelvin Ng Ching Her, Pm2 (5th / 20th)
1' 14.08 - Howard Oh Aik Howe (6th / 21st)
1' 17.40 - Hoo Ching Cheong (7th / 26th)
1' 24.11 - Aplaidoo s/o Rama Nayadoo (8th / 28th)
1' 28.05 - Ng Wei Hann (9th / 29th)
1' 40.33 - Mohd Yaziz Bin Md Isa, Pm7 (10th / 30th)
0' 00.00 - Aeow Cen Peng (DNS)
0' 00.00 - Tan Sri Rohaizad (DNS)
0' 00.00 - Chong Kok Onn (DNS)


Women Age 18 & Above Category:
24:38 - Grace Tok (Champion / Overall 1st)
27:44 - Phyllis Kok (2nd / 2nd)
31:08 - See Wai Fong (3rd / 3rd)
33:37 - Rachel Lee, Pm21 (4rd / 4th)
33:46 - Teoh Ah Lan (5th / 5th)
34:08 - Tan Ping Ping (6th / 6th)

P/S: More photos coming soon, you can view at Pm22 album 2 for more pictures. Thanks for all participants support to make these event so successful. And Thanks to all der Volunteers and sponsor too. We really appreciate!

Note: To all der participants, appreciate if u could pls give some comments about der Network Run. If doesnt matter good or bad. Coz we still learning from mistake, without ur advice we wont improve. Thank You Very Much.

brought 2u by der_pacemakers Network!

4 comments:

fhlim said...

Well organised race. keep up the good work.

One comment on the winner for ladies open. The winner should be Grace Tok not Grace Lee.

Anonymous said...

Men 29 & below - 8 people run, 3 trophies

Men 30-34 - 8 people run, 5 trophies

Men 35-39 - 5 people run, 3 trophies

Where is JUSTICE?

Dinesh said...
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Dinesh said...

Dear Anonymous

Just to clarify, Men 29 & Below only 7 registered runners even though 8 runners listed there. This is because I did not pay and just ran for the fun of it as part of the volunteer run.

Men 30 - 34, 10 runners registered and paid.. hence the 5 trophies. On race day two did not turn up but are still entitled to their medals even though not the trophies.

Men 35 - 39, 6 runners registered and paid but one could not make it hence the 3 trophies. So the only difference is actually one runner between category 29 and below and category 35 - 39 therefore we prepared 3 trophies for that category.

We are sorry if you feel there was injustice, but the trophies were prepared based on the number of runners paid and registered but not the number of runners who actually turned up on race day.

Regards,

DK (pm4)