Changi Exhibition Centre
(Aviation Park Road)
Results at glance
Ultra Marathon 84km
No:000--10h 09m 00s---Yee Sing Seng
No:000--10h 45m 00s---Wong Kim Tham
No:000--13h 00m 00s---Peter Goh
Women Open Full Marathon 42km
No:000--5h 45m 00s---Robiyatul
Men Master Full Marathon 42km
No:002--3h 36m 00s---Alam Shah
A short warm up session
The attendance was moderate and the short 5km run attracted not only KPAC members but friends and family members too.Old and young runners took on the street in this fun run which were led by Loi Hin Kai and Seah Leong San.
This is Haza..read her report here
A simple breakfast as usual was served after the run.And to add excitement to the event,a lucky draw contest was held.Lucky winners walked away with 5 NB cash voucher worth rm100.00 each sponsored by Stream Enterprise and its representative,Mr Wee gladly gave away.
Mr Wee (left) of Stream Enterprise was discussing some important points with our president John Heng
Makan-makan after the run
Besides that,our ex presidents,Ng Kok Keong,Yap Leong Chin and committee member Kong Teng Leong contributed a branded Casio sport watch each.John Heng sponsored 3 x rm100.00 cash prize and also not forgetting our member Rajan who gave away a hamper and fruits for the run.
And a photo for remembrance
Please click on the picture to view 102 photos by courtesy of Leong Ann Lok
|18 May 2010|
|The days are quickly counting down to Malaysia's biggest flagship marathon race, the Standard Chartered KL Marathon 2010 and here is newsletter edition III with information on what are the latest happenings with the event. As promised, this year's event aims to bring more people together for the big day come 27th June 2010 and so plenty of activities are being planned to make this a race to remember for all you runners. Keep training hard and do not forget that plenty of fun is also to be had. Spread the message and if your friends have not registered for the race, tell them to do it today to run with you and Run as One. |
Run for a Cause
Here is your opportunity to get healthy and give back to your community. An initiative with a big heart, “Run for a Cause” has officially announced its 5 charity partners and the target of RM1,000,000 in funds to be collected! For a full story on this, click here.
Need more convincing? View our “Run for a Cause” video montage and see the faces behind the charities and personalities supporting this initiative. Click here and start viewing.
Ready to stake your support for the charity partners? Register online at www.kl-marathon.com.
Have you asked your friends about running in the Standard Chartered KL Marathon 2010 with you today? Spread the message and share the good news. Malaysia’s biggest and best marathon is counting down to D-Day. And registrations are being taken up quickly.
More than 11,000 runners have registered to-date and do remember that registration close at 17,500 participants. Come Run as One!
Be aware that registration in the Standard Chartered Bank Branches will be closed on June 1! No more In-Person registration will be entertained after 31 May.
Become a volunteer and help make the Standard Chartered KL Marathon 2010 a great success!
The first Running Clinic in Taman Tasik Kuala Lumpur was a major success. Click here for the full story! And make sure you don’t miss out on the up-coming clinics which are absolutely free, as listed below:
We are delighted to inform you that this year’s edition will also incorporate a Cheering Contest.
The objective is to make sure that 17,500 runners coming together to Run as One will have the Cheering Squads encouraging them on along the route.
Attractive prizes to be won for the winning teams so enter today!
Fun Updates and Breaking News
Golazo Sdn. Bhd., Stadium Juara, Bukit Kiara Sports Complex Jalan 1/70D, Bukit Kiara 60000 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Opposite of Palace of Justice
Finally,after two attempts,our quintet of Jasni Khairil (1st runner),Naresh Kumar (2nd),Gunaselan (3rd),Murali Nathan (4th) and Nor Amelia (last runner) emerged champion in the Mixed group event this morning in a time of 54m 36s.
Our team who had been playing second fiddle for the past two years and this morning's victory is indeed a sweet revenge for our runners.Our team was beaten into second place in the final 200m last year.
To make it a more memorable feat,the victorious run was witnessed by our new president,John Heng ,TC Ng (Asst.secretary) and Seah Leong San (Asst.treasurer) who were there to give their fullest supports.
The relay was delayed due to some misunderstandings.It was reported that some buses used to ferry the runners to their respective zone lost their away.
At 8.15am the race was finally gunned off and Jasni wasted no time.He pulled off to give a short lead to Naresh.Naresh made no mistake to maintain the lead before handing over the sash to Gunaselan.Unfortunately our third runner was overtook by a faster runner and our friend trailed behind but in a close distance.
Jasni in our official yellow vest-A face full of concentrations before the gunned off
Jasni surged forward once the race was started
Murali,our most consistent runner managed to regain the lead and by the time he passed the 'tasuki' to Nor Amelia,the gap that Murali had helped to build made the latter work easier.The petite Amelia zoomed back unchallenged to give our team its first victory.
Nor Amelia ran alone to the finishing line escorted by a traffic outrider on the left amid cheering and clapping from the crowd.
The mixed category champion
From L to R: Jasni,Naresh,Nor Amelia,Guna and Murali
Credit must be given to Naresh for the trouble he took to form such a well balanced and good coordinated team.More over he helped to register the run and organised the running sequence.
KPAC president John Heng (left),TC Ng(centre)and Seah Leong San were there to render their morale support
One for the album with committees
Our team posed with their winning's trophies and medals
This beautiful lady is Robiyatul-an active KPAC member...
...and the gentleman in the orange tee is our member too,Kamaruzaman.
Seah was manning the registration for the upcoming Klang Centro run which is scheduled on 11th July..
..with the help from TC Ng
ISKL hosts “Walk for Children: 1 Malaysia” in support of Shelter Home for Children
The International School of Kuala Lumpur (ISKL) invites Malaysians to sign up for their inaugural walkathon to raise funds for disadvantaged youth in Malaysia. All funds raised will be donated to Shelter Home, a local NGO. The walkathon will take place on 22 May 2010, at the Lake Gardens (Taman Tasik Perdana) at Tapak A.
The “Walk for Children: 1 Malaysia’, organized by ISKL’s International Club is sponsored by Dell Global Business Center Sdn Bhd, HSBC Bank (M) Berhad and Citibank, supported by Nestle Malaysia Berhad, Allied Pickfords (M) Sdn Bhd and Expatriate Lifestyle magazine and will benefit a registered, voluntary welfare organization for children and teenagers who have been abandoned, neglected, orphaned or abused – SHELTER HOME. Pre-registration for the event is via a donation of RM15 while on-site registration is RM20. All participants will receive a goodie bag and an exclusive collector’s item event T-shirt.
The walkathon proper starts at 9:00 AM, while on-site registration begins at 7:30am. There will be a carnival with booths selling items as well as entertainment during and after the walkathon to entertain the crowd until 1pm.
There will be three routes available: a 1km for the physically challenged, a 3km normal route and an extended 5km route for seasoned walkers. It will be a non-competitive fun walk with a variety of prizes to be given away from the most leisurely walker to the youngest and oldest participants.
“This walkathon is our inaugural event to raise funds for charity and to unite Malaysian youth of all ages and cultures behind the 1Malaysia banner to support a very worthy cause,” said Michael George, President of ISKL’s International Club. “With the help of generous Malaysians and sponsors, we hope to raise RM100,000 to aid SHELTER in their noble cause.”
Following the event, participants will be entertained by live bands, Rapper T’ extrano with a special appearance by celebrity Hip Hop Rapper Caprice. For more information or to register or donate online, please visit http://www.walkforchildrenkl.
Established in 1965, the International School of Kuala Lumpur was the first school with an American curriculum in Malaysia. It was also the first fully accredited international school in Malaysia. Over the years, ISKL has built its outstanding international reputation by balancing sound tradition for academic excellence with innovative approaches to teaching, learning and expanding technology.
Yes,we are moving to 22B Jalan Rengas,Southern Park,41200,Klang on
15th May 2010.
To introduce our new clubhouse to all members and fellow runners,we will organise a breakfast run on 23th May 2010 at 7.00am
Registration fee: Free Of Charge
Breakfast will be served after the run
John Heng - 012 323 3777
Hansom Quak - 012 273 0038
Jimmy Yang - 012 931 2993
Seah Leong San - 012 223 4110
Time: Registration starts at 6.00AM, flag off at 8.00 AM
Flag off: Entrance of Taylors College Sri Hartamas
End point: Taylor’s College Sri Hartamas
Distance covered: 6 km and 9km depending on the category selected
The Tree Huggers Club of Taylor's College Sri Hartamas, are organizing a charity run called Jog For Hope on the 18th of July 2010. Their aim to raise funds to provide the children of Bario,Sarawak proper education facilities, and also to contribute to the causes of Malaysia Paws Animal Welfare Society. For more information, please refer to website, http://jogforhope.wordpress.com/.
As students, they are trying to spread the news as far as possible so that the event will receive a good respond, and they can raise sufficient fund to aid both the children of Bario and PAWS.
For the convenience of runners who have yet to register for the above run,we KPAC as technical support team, would like to open a temporary registration counter at carpark next to Palace Of Justice in Putrajaya on this coming Sunday - 16th May 2010 between 8.am to 10.00am.
For those who had registered,please bring along your friends and even your school going children aged between 10 and 16 years old to participate in the run.We are looking forward for your support.Thanks in advance.
Date : 25th July 2010
Venue : Padang Esplanade ,Taiping, Perak.
Starting Time: 7.15am (15km), 7.30am (7km) Category: A - 15km - Men Open ( 18 ~ 39 years old ) B - 15km - Women Open ( 18 and above ) C - 15km - Men Veteran ( 40 years old and above ) D - 7km - Men Junior Veteran (40~49 years) E - 7km - Women Veteran ( 35 years old and above ) F - 7km - Men Junior ( 13~17 years old ) G - 7km - Women Junior ( 13~17 years old ) H - 7km - Men Senior Veteran ( 50 and above ) * Open to Malaysian,South East Asia countries and expatriates with work permit, ( to be shown upon request ) Prizes: - Cat A,B,C -Top 10 Winners will receive Cash Prize and Trophy, - Finishers Medals for top 100 . - Cat D,E,F,G,H -Top 5 Winners will receive Cash Prize and Trophy, - Finishers Medals for top 50. - Free T-shirt for all participants.
- Lucky draw .
Mailed or Hand-in entries or to:
MEGA CF COMPUTER CENTRE
74, Regat Tupai ,
34000 , Taiping, Perak.
*Payment by Banker's Chq/ PO / MO, payable to:
PERSATUAN LARUT MATANG HASH HOUSE HARRIERS & HARRIETS or direct bank
into PUBLIC BANK A/C: 3158436035 .
For more information & registration, do not hesitate to call:
Mr. Jacky 016-5558580
Mr. Koh 016-5139325
Mr. Chuah 016-5037158
Mr. Kevin 016-413-0396
* Closing Date Registration: 18th July 2010 or first 3000 Participants.
Please click here and here for entry form and details of event
Date:8th May 2010
National Category: Men Open
No:008--5h 04m 00s---Jasni Khairil B. Jamaluddin
No:000--6h 00m 00s---Alam Shah B. Ismail Ahmad
For more information please click here
Date : 2 May 2010 (Sunday)
Venue : Dataran Merdeka KL
Starting Time : 7:30am
Reporting Time : 6:30am
Results (KPAC members only)
Men Open 10km
050--37m 56s---Ahmad Lamchannak
010--40m 21s---Jasni Khairil
024--43m 58s---Naresh Kumar
Women Open 10km
Men Jr Veteran 10km
013--45m 58s---Ng Say Heong
018--48m 25s---Siow Kek Keong
022--50m 19s---Ter Yew Tiong
030--54m 17s---Tan Swee Sing
043--56m 07s---Lim Boon Wah
057--00m 00s---Chua Siong Pek
077--61m 41s---Tee Kuan Meng
Men Sr Veteran 7km
023--32m 30s---Lee Chue Siew
075--45m 04s---Lim Chia Pin
Women Sr Veteran 7km
036--42m 30s---Ng Yok Beng