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Kuala Lumpur Runner, KULAI Runner.

Thursday, February 26, 2009

Result of Top 10 - FTAAA Cross Country 2009

Monday, February 23, 2009

Kuala Lumpur City Day Run 2009

Flag-off for all 10km categories

Overall Champion

last 50 meter push

Eddy Choo

Top 5 winners of Men Open
Junior Veteran winners
Women Open winners
Men Senior Veteran winners
Women Veteran winners
Pictures courtesy from Tey Eng Tiong
22nd February 2009
Dataran Merdeka, Kuala Lumpur
Time : 7.30am
Distance : 10.91km

Men Open : 300 medals
40'xx - Casey Lim Khon Seng (10th)
41'39 - Jasni Khairil (11th)
45'39 - Naresh Kumar, Pm37 (25th)
46'34 - Ronnie See, Pm1 (30th)
47'48 - Thurai Sarasaidy (37th)
47'49 - Chen Keat Hoong, Pm8 (38th)
48'42 - Stanley Cheong, Pm53 (50th)
48'57 - Meyyappa Manickam, Pm58 (51st)
49'01 - Justin Lee Unn Fit, Pm19 (52nd)
50'19 - Gunaselan Rajagopal, Pm39 (61st)
50'47 - Kenny Tan, Pm27 (72nd)
51'32 - Lee Weng Kong, Pm35 (101st)
54'25 - Nazib Ngainin, Pm14 (133rd)
54'28 - Lee Yee Sum (137th)
55'06 - Suresh, Pm47 (139th)
54'55 - Gaby Chau (144th)
54'59 - Hasrul Sham, Pm34 (145th)
56'25 - Teoh Chun Ming, Pm17 (160th)
55'49 - Suresh Kumar (163rd)
55'59 - Wong Kei Ming, Pm55 (166th)
56'08 - Abu Soffian, Pm44 (168th)
55'50 - Jamie Pang, Pm5 (189th)
57'40 - Khairul (200th)
57'44 - Ghejanthran (202nd)
58'50 - Andrew Chan (216th)
58'53 - Azri (224th)
59'55 - Chu Wai Keong (240th)
60'30 - Lai Fong Sang, Pm38 (268th)

Men Veteran : 150 medals
46'36 - Daniel Tan (7th)
48'01 - Vincent Wong, Pm10 (11th)
50'01 - Tay Poh Chye (20th)
55'07 - Choi Chik Choy, Pm42 (49th)
56'27 - Loke Shu Sun (59th)
57'07 - Adam Kok, Pm29 (74th)
61'56 - Kelvin Ng, Pm2 (104th)
77'19 - Cheang Meng Wai, Pm6

Women Open : 100 medals
45'30 - Michele Tan (2nd)
00'00 - Jessica Tang (4th)
52'53 - Lynn Guan (5th)
00'00 - Tan Chin Chin (10th)
77'22 - Chek Yin Huay (63rd)

Sunday, February 15, 2009

Photos of Merentas Desa Terbuka Milo / Power / MSSKL / POAWPKL Yang Ke – 24

Photos of Top 21 finishers for Men Junior Veteran

Junior Vet - Champion

2nd - Iwata

3rd Ong Chin

4th placing

5th and 6th placing

7th placing

8th placing

9th placing

10th placing

11th placing

12th placing

13th placing

14th - PM10

15th - PM8
16th - 17th
18th placing
19th placing
20th and 21th
Courtesy from Tey Eng Tiong - More photos please refer

Result of FTAAA Cross Country 2009

Merentas Desa Terbuka Milo / Power / MSSKL / POAWPKL Yang Ke – 24
Tapak A, Lake Garden
Time : 7.40am

Men Open 8.2km :
39'39 - Richard Habeya, Pm27 (17th)
40'57 - Naresh Kumar, Pm37 (18th)
42'22 - Ronnie See, Pm1 (26th)
43'06 - Stanley Cheong, Pm53 (31st)
46'16 - Gunaselan Rajagopal, Pm39 (42nd)
46'20 - Nazib Ngainin, Pm14 (43rd)
46'xx - Hamidon Mat Aris (54th)
46'28 - Afad, Pm56 (57th)
46'30 - Meyyappa Manickam, Pm58 (58th)
46'46 - Ahmad Farid (60th)
00'00 - Liew Chen Kwok (64th)
50'57 - Wong Kei Ming, Pm55 (82nd)
53'05 - Ghejanthran
00'00 - Teoh Chun Ming, Pm17
00'00 - Hasrul Sham, Pm34

Men Veteran 6.2km :
32'36 - LEON THERRY-FRANCE (1st)
34:36 - IWATA TAKATOSHI (2nd)
34'37 - ONG CHIN (3rd)
37'59 - Vincent Wong, Pm10 (14th)
00'00 - Chen Keat Hoong, Pm8 (15th)
00'00 - Tay Poh Chye (20th)
43'20 - Suresh, Pm47
43'30 - Zulazlan Shah, Pm43 (28th)
43'45 - Kenny Tan, Pm27 (32nd)
55'24 - Kelvin Ng, Pm2 (98th)

Women Open 6.2km :
62'21 - Chek Yin Huay (21st)

Women Veteran 6.2km :
56'22 - Idazumi Othman - 56'22 (7th)

Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Running Events for Feb and March 2009

15 Feb 2009
Time: 7:30am
FTAAA X-Country Open (Tapak A, Taman Tasik Perdana, KL).
Milo/Power/MSSKL/POAWP yang ke 24.
Distance: 8km and 6km
Venue: Tapak 'A', Tasek Perdana, Kuala Lumpur.

22nd Feb 2009
Kuala Lumpur City Day Run 2009
Time: 7.30am~ Venue: Dataran Merdeka,
Kuala Lumpur~ Distance: 10km, 7km, 5km & 3km

Date: 1 March 2009
Venue: Menara Kuala Lumpur
Distance: 288meter (running + stairs climbing)

8th March 2009
Time: 7:30am
Wild Wild Run 2009 (Zoo Negara, KL)

15th March 2009
Time: 7.00am
Larian Amal Seri Sinar
(Taman Bukit Jalil Car Park B, Bukit Jalil, KL)

29th March 2009
Time: 7.30am
Melawati 10k 2009
Venue: Jalan Bandar 11, Taman Melawati
Entry form

Sunday, February 08, 2009

Result of Larian Rakyat Dun Chempaka

8th February 2009
Dewan Orang Ramai Pandan Jaya
Time : 8.00am
Distance : 6.2km

Men 20 & Below :
25'35 - Thurai Sarasaidy (7th)

Men 21 - 39 :
22'39 - Jasni Khairil (4th)
23'01 - Murali Nathan (5th)
24'38 - Naresh Kumar, Pm37 (6th)
24'52 - Stanley Cheong, Pm53 (7th)
25'30 - Chen Keat Hoong, Pm8 (9th)
25'40 - Fadzli Abu Bakar (10th)
27'25 - Hasrul Sham, Pm34 (14th)
28'07 - Gunaselan Rajagopal, Pm39 (15th)
28'37 - Gaby Chau (16th)
29'34 - Wong Kei Ming, Pm55 (17th)

Men 40 & Above : Noted : All runners improved by one position as the champion Mat Salleh given out his prize as some runners complain that the prizes for the race are for Malaysian only. He went back ealier and told Julie that he just came to have fun and doesn't matter about the prize.

25'05 - Silahuddin Salim (2nd)
25'09 - Vincent Wong, Pm10 (3th)
25'xx - Tan Wah Seng (4th)

Women Open :
25'28 - Michele Tan (1st)
29'36 - Jessica Tang (2nd)

Larian Karnival Mesra Rakyat DUN Chempaka 2009

at EveryTrail

I was unexpected finished 3rd, only a few second behind 2nd runner SILAHUDDIN SALIM,(Great Eastern 30km - Vet 5th placing with the timing of 2:16:28) and infront of Tan Wah Seng, with the timing of 25.09 for the distance of 6.2km. I am very pleased with my timing for the average pace of 4 minutes 3 second per km.

Saturday, February 07, 2009

Latest Undated of Larian Karnival Mesra Rakyat DUN Chempaka 2009

Date: Sunday, 08th February 2009

Time: 7.00am

Flag-off time : 7.30am

Venue: Dewan Orang Ramai Pandan Jaya, Jalan Pandan 4, Pandan Jaya.

Contact : Farizuddin : 019-9861496
Nizam : 019-9106280

Category: Men & Women
Below 20
40 and above

1-3 position-Medal + Cash + Hamper
4-20 position - Medal (Other Categories)
4-10 position - Medal (Veteran Categories)

Route map approx. 6km View Larger Map

Wednesday, February 04, 2009

Standard Chartered KL Marathon 2009 Set To Take Off In June With The Aim Of Being Sustainable

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