Saturday, July 05, 2008

Siemens Run 2008 - Result & Pictures


What : Siemens Run
When : 6th July 2008, Sunday
Where : Dataran Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur
Starting Time : 7.30am
Distance : 8.65km by Frank GPS kok / 8.84km by somebody kok
Medals : 1st to 150th for Men Open & 100 Veteran

And Der Thief Strike Again...
Cinya sad, our Kelvin Ng der Pm2 got car thief at Bank Rakyat area. Which broke his wind screen n steal watever valueble things that hv in der car. There was total 2 car cought at that area, n another 10 car at Bar Council area, nearby to pasar seni site. I hope polis can do something about this, dont juz sit there n goyang telur (shaking kok). Bcoz whenever there is a race going on, der thief is always there! God bless...

My Split Time :
2.0km - 7' 21.79
3.0km - 4' 38.66 > 12' 00.45
4.0km - 3' 53.51 > 15' 53.96
5.0km - 4' 13.24 > 20' 07.20
6.0km - 4' 08.27 > 24' 15.47
7.0km - 4' 03.49 > 28' 18.96
8.8km - 9' 23.47 > 37' 42.43

Men Open Result :
35'34 - Jasni Khailril (9th)
37'28 - Gunaselan Rajagopal, Pm39 (13rd)
37'42 - Ronnie See, Pm1 (14th)
38'26 - Ben Swee, Pm50 (19th)
38'35 - Hamidon Mat Aris (21st)
38'48 - Saiful Azri, Pm45 (25th)
39'29 - Khoo Yit Kiat, Pm28 (28th)
39'42 - Stanley Cheong, Pm53 (29th)
39'59 - Kenny Tan, Pm27 (30th)

40'34 - Mohd Azali, Pm46 (43rd)
41'09 - Suhaimi (58th)
41'24 - Frank Chong, Sub Pm6 (62nd)
42'01 - Zulhassan @ Cap Ayam (71st)
42'18 - Mohd Hailmi (80th)

42'41 - Tang Wern Tien (81st)
42'43 - Lee Weng Khong, Pm35 (84th)
43'22 - Ryan Teoh, Pm17 (91st)
43'55 - Zulazlan Shah, Pm43 (103rd)
44'33 - Lai Fong Sang, Pm38 (113rd)

45'30 - Nazib Ngainin, Pm14 (129th)
46'34 - Yap Chee Kuang @ Hong (153rd) Amkan!
48'44 - Steven Khoo
50'00 - Abu Soffian, Pm44
51'46 - Ng Ping Loong, Sub Pm4
53'03 - Kptan, Sub Pm5

Men Junior Veteran :
37'22 - Daniel Tan (9th)
37'34 - Steven Loong (10th)
38'01 - Tee Teak Bee (11th)
39'04 - Chin Yong Heng (18th)

44'01 - Adam Loh, Pm29 (53rd)
45'55 - Tee Kuan Meng (97th)
46'05 - Tan Ay Peng, Pm52 (101st) Amkan!
46'39 - Aeow Cen Peng
48'55 - Kelvin Ng, Pm2
55'29 - Albert Chow

Women Open Category:
41'45 - Jessica Tang (4th)
45'35 - Geraldine Low, Pm31 (8th)
46'02 - Chan Chui Miew, Blueameba (9th)
46'57 - Lee Yee Hua, Pm51 (11th)
59'59 - Chek Yin Huay (52nd)






brought 2u by pm1

4 comments:

stanley said...

Ironically the police station is a stone throw away (behind Bank Rakyat) & what about in Bukit Aman? There is also a police station (mind you, the HQ in Bukit Aman) & yet, nothing has been done! The thieves are having a field day on our belongings! Enough said about our police force!

Mack said...

FTAAA and pacesetter club was notified about the car break in problem right after the 15K pacesetter 2008 run which saw a record number of car break ins.

I suggested that police presence be available at designated car parks during races. Unfortunately, base on observation, there were no police presence at Bukit Aman, Padang Merbok car parks (where most runners park) during the Siemen run 2008.

Guess FTAAA and / or the police just don't give a damm.

jue said...

Possibilities -

1. Last Sunday all Police personnels had been deployed to Kelana Jaya and all routes leading to the area on standby in case of any outbreak during the PROTES rally


2. The Police just care less cos' runners are not VVIP and probably good for nothing people who just waste their time running on the road

3. Could be an inside job especially at Bkt Aman car park lah!!

4. Malaysia - Semua pun BOLEH BUAT!

eemmmmm what else can I say ..... sad sad sad

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