Sunday, April 13, 2008

BHP Orange Run - Result

What : BHP Orange Run
When : 13th April 2008

Where : Piazza - Der Curve, Mutiara Damansara
Time : 7.30am
Distance : 9.89km (Jamie Pang GPS Kok)
Distance : 9.98km (Frank Chong GPS Kok)

Prizes : Top 15th Petrol Voucher & Minyak hitam!

Men Open :
38'58 : Murali Nathan (18th)
39'51 : Jasni Khairil (20th)
41'10 : Hamidon Mat Aris
41'18 : Ronnie See, Pm1
42'55 : Ben Swee, Pm50
43'49 : Chen Keat Hoong, Pm8
44'19 : Khoo Yit Kiat, Pm28
44'53 : Gunaselan a/l Rajagopal, Pm39
45'08 : Nazib Ngainin, Pm14
46'00 : Suresh, Pm47
46'14 : Raymond Ng, Pm48
46'20 : Zulazlan Shah, Pm43
48'56 : Jamie Pang, Pm5
49'23 : Lai Fong Sang, Pm38
49'55 : Teoh Chun Ming, Pm17
50'53 : Frank Chong, Sub Pm6
55'15 : Saravanan, PM49
61'05 : Ng Ping Loong, Sub Pm4
66'27 : Lim Pueh Tian, Pm1a
75'00 : Lee Yin Fook, Pm40

Men Junior Veteran :
41'04 : Steven Long (11th)
41'30 : Daniel Tan (14th)
58'18 : Kelvin Ng, Pm2
60'35 : Adam Loh, Pm29
61'49 : Cheong Shih Heng, Pm12
63'40 : Cheang Meng Wai, Pm6

Women Open :

46'43 : Eng Seok Jiun, Pm11 (9th)
00'00 : Lee Yee Hua, Pm51 (17th)

Women Veteran :

46'06 : Eng Seok Ling (3rd)
49'07 : Geraldine Low, Pm31 (9th)

My Previous Record for BHP Open Run
2006 - 43m 01s (23rd)
2007 - 42m 24s (22nd)
2008 - 41m 18s (??) PR!!

Very bad, this year they dont even give me der position card. So I dont know wat is my position, i think shb be around 25th gua? Sob.. sob.. Anyway, cinya happy wit my timing eventho I'm not feeling well this morning. As long I have done my best, this is bonus for me liao!

brought 2u by pm1


Carboman said...

it's unfortunate that corporate event sponsors like BHP are being screwed by the incompetence of SAAA and FTAAA who pander to local sore losers. What else can these so-called officials say when the likes of Yufang, Dino, Ah Thiam (all National elites) are allowed the enter while the Frenchman and other Africans are denied?! Our sports will continue to get bad rep for this and we deserve it! We don't deserve better because of these policy makers who have nothing but tunnel vision.

Anonymous said...

It's downright shameful to DQ a rightful winner at the finishing line. In the first place, why allow him to run if there is a great conspiracy of a DQ? So now, you can't be black nor a white. Just be in the middle like the Asians! This can only happen here. Learn a lesson from the great election. Don't just listen to a minority for selfish reasons. Do a great and selfless job within your authority and power. There are too many 'yes'men.

Carboman said...

Let's make PM1 Blog as popular as Malaysia-Today and Malaysia Kini. PM1 Blog is for RUNNERS!!!

Anonymous said...

It's me the French who won the race. I live in Malaysia for almost 4 yrs and my wife is Malaysian. Even if my passport is not Malaysian, I feel part of it n want to run in the country where I live. Some indians (just few of them who used to win when only them were running) complained after I won that i was not Malaysian. And they DQ me. I'm 42 yr old. For 30 yrs, I run competitions. Before, I was an international runner. I ran 61'43 and finished 20th for he World Champs. I ran all over the world and I must say that it's the 1st time, I'm disqualified coz I'm a foreigner. Running is a sport for everybody: u r white, black, asian, fast or not fast runner, it doesn't matter. We are all the same. Now, I'm retired for 10 yrs n do it for fun. The only solution they found to win, is to get race where only them can run. So sad to see that. I must say that many white people ran this race but only me was DQ. My mistake: I won the race. One time, I organized race in Phuket n I must say that I was proud 2 get people from 5 continents. I think if they want to win, they shd train more. I would be even happy to share my experience to help them to progress. Thanks for your support.
Jean-Pierre LAUTREDOUX alias Peter

Anonymous said...

Peter, sorry for your loss. I first noticed you in Selayang race 2006 and was astounded by yr speed. It was only recently that I know you are a French athlete. In fact, a couple of us will be honoured to have you share yr experiences. GL