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Monday, August 11, 2014



A “River of Lights” with 15,000 running for the cause to brighten the lives of Orang Asli 

The Energizer Night Race 2014 concluded in spectacular fashion as 15,000 runners took to the streets of Kuala Lumpur successfully making the Energizer Night Race 2014; Malaysia’s Largest Night Race. The Energizer Night Race was flagged off at the iconic Dataran Merdeka by Datuk Haji Ahmad Phesal bin Haji Talib, the Mayor of Kuala Lumpur; and Mike Foong, the Managing Director for Energizer Malaysia & Singapore, with fireworks and music accompanying runners as they took on the route ahead. 

Along the route, the runners were spurred on by drummers’ lit by LED lights, laser shows and many more. There was also the breathtaking vista of Kuala Lumpur at night which was the background as the runners took on the route turning the streets of Kuala Lumpur into a “River of Lights”.

Dataran Merdeka was transformed into a carnival area featuring exhibits from Energizer, sponsors and their CSR collaboration partner, EPIC Homes. The carnival area also hosted the “Light UpThe Dark” initiative which will see Energizer building homes for the Orang Asli of Peninsular Malaysia and successfully raised about RM200, 000 toward the cause. The initiative gained further momentum with runners, supporters and visitors making contributions in cash and in kind at the Energizer Night Race site.

“We are proud to be Malaysia’s largest night race and the numbers really demonstrate the spirit of Positivenergy, we would like to thank all runners for the amazing support shown. As shown by their participation in the Energizer Night Race, we hope runners will continue to empower themselves to make positive changes to the society,” said Mike Foong, Managing Director of Energizer Malaysia and Singapore. 

John-son Oei, CEO of EPIC Homes said “The participants at the Energizer Night Race have truly been inspiring and EPIC Homes is really excited to be part of Malaysia’s largest night race.” He further added “The ‘Light Up the Dark’ initiative will definitely go a long way in making lives of the Orang Asli tribes a much more secured one.” 

The funds would be further raised from Energizer sale proceeds at all AEON & AEON BIG retail stores, GIANT stores, TESCO Stores and MYDIN stores from 1st August until 30th September 2014. For every pack of the Energizer Batteries, Lightings & Specialty products sold, RM 0.20 from the sales will go towards the initiative.

The funds would be further raised from Energizer sale proceeds at all AEON & AEON BIG retail stores, GIANT stores, TESCO Stores and MYDIN stores from 1st August until 30th September 2014. For every pack of the Energizer Batteries, Lightings & Specialty products sold, RM 0.20 from the sales will go towards the initiative.

 The Energizer Night Race 2014 is Malaysia’s largest night race and was made possible by 15,000 runners participating. The Energizer Night Race 2014 is sponsored by Shick, Banana Boat, Brooks, Evian, GNC, 100Plus, Jake’s Charboil Steaks, Milo, Muay Fit, Nestle Fitnesse, Nikon, Power Bar, HooHa! And Soleus Running Watches. The race was organized by Twenty First Century Sports, collaborated with Dewan Bandaraya Kuala Lumpur (DBKL) and was sanctioned by the Federal Terroritory of Kuala Lumpur Amateur Athletes.   
The signature global race series first had its beginnings in South Africa in 2007. To date, it has been held in Peru, Philippines, Mexico, and Spain with more than 220,000 runners lacing up their running shoes to help make a positive impact through the Energizer Night Race for a Brighter World.

 The Energizer Malaysia team will embark on building the houses after the race and is scheduled to be completed by end of 2014. For progress and updates, public can visit Energizer Malaysia official website at or follow Facebook page

The Winners' List

Men Open 15KM
00:53:29 - Michael Xenos
00:56:11 - Karthik A/L Jayamaran
00:57:55 - Murali A/L Muniandy

Women Open 15KM
01:00:38 - Jackline Nzivo
01:01:20 - Sheela Samivellu
01:08:04 - Shelin Gabrrel

Men Junior Veteran 15KM
00:59:27 - Prabakharan A/L Madhavan
01:00:27 - Lim Khon Seng Casey
01:01:21 - Moey Wooi San

Men Senior Veteran 15KM
01:00:43 - Khir Bin Salleh
01:05:29 - M.Ramakrishnan
01:11:05 - Raja Arumugam

Women Veteran 15KM
01:08:26 - Susan Khoo
01:14:27 - Annie Lee Khum Chiew
01:20:55 - Chew Siew Yeng

Monday, August 4, 2014


Road Closure Schedule for Energizer Night Race 2014

Plan your journey ahead to support the largest night race in Malaysia

21 roads in Kuala Lumpur will be closed in phases from 7:30pm until 11:00pm on Saturday, 9 August 2014 for the Energizer Night Race 2014. Jalan Raja (From Jalan Leboh Pasar Besar to Jalan Tun Perak), which is the main road used in preparations for the Energizer Night Race will be closed starting from 8 August, 8.00pm until 10 August, 6.00am.

The Kuala Lumpur Traffic Police and the organisers of the Energizer Night Race 2014 highly recommend that the public use alternative routes or public transportation during these hours to access the city centre.

Affected roads will include:

Alternative routes to city centre
Vehicles travelling from Kajang may access to the city centre by using Jalan Loke Yew, Jalan Tun Razak, and Jalan Sultan Ismail. Vehicles from Seremban Highway may opt to travel through Jalan Tun Razak, Sungai Besi roundabout and Jalan Sultan Ismail. Vehicles from Setapak may access the city centre via Jalan Tun Razak. Vehicles from Kepong could take Jalan Sultan Ismail as alternative route.

A total of 150 traffic policemen and 50 enforcement officers will be deployed to control traffic; 200 route marshals, 10 mobile marshals, and 10 ambulances will be stationed along the race route to assist and ensure participant safety on race day. The road closure details are also available in Energizer Night Race 2014 official website: (

Public transportation – available options
Dataran Merdeka is also accessible by Light Rail Transit (LRT). The nearest LRT station is STAR line and PUTRA line’s Masjid Jamek station, approximately 8 minutes walking distance from Dataran Merdeka.

Thursday, July 31, 2014



Standard Chartered KL Marathon once again provide an avenue for runners to trade for running bibs through the legal channel.

Now, those who have registered but could not make it on race day may transfer their bibs to other participants. Similarly those who have missed the registration may trade for a slot. There are 2 options available.

Option 1 - Direct Transfer

Option 2 -  Market Place

Wednesday, July 23, 2014


Date, Venue & Time
2 & 3 August 2014
Tan Sri Hamzah Arena, Level 3, Wisma OCM, Jln Hang Jebat, KL.
10am - 6pm

1. Collection in person.
Please present your identity card (Malaysians) or passport (Non-Malaysians) to collect your race kit.

2. Collection on behalf
In the event that, you are unable to come personally, a representative may be appointed to collect your race kit, do ensure that your  representative presents a letter of authorisation and a photocopy of your identity card or passport. Please click here for letter of authorisation.

1. Foreigner or outstation runner (outside Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya and Selangor)
   If you require special arrangement for race kit collection, please drop us an email at latest by Monday 28 July 2014.

   2. Bulk collection of race kits (10 race kits and above)
   If you would like to collect 10 race kits and above, please email your bulk collection name list (full name and IC number of each participant) to latest by Monday 28 July 2014. Please ensure to submit the authorisation letter for each participant listed in the bulk collection name list at the bulk collection counter on the race kit collection day. Please click here for letter of authorisation.
   Any request thereafter will not be entertained.

   RM 10 penalty charges will apply to:
   1. Collection on other than the dates stipulated above.
   2. Collection without prior agreement and arrangement.

Uncollected race kits will be deemed as unwanted and therefore becomes the property of the organisers upon closure of the distribution hall on 3 August 2014. The organisers will then be at liberty to dispose or re-distribute them accordingly. There will be NO distribution of kits on race day.

For more details, log on to -

or official Facebook page

Monday, July 21, 2014


I chance upon Pacesetters in early 2000 and learn more about the club when I was the Honorary Secretary of the then Kuala Lumpur Association of Veteran Athletes (KLAVA) now known as KL Masters. Attended a few of their breakfast run and truly love the concept & the camaraderie. This was one of the reasons it was the biggest running club in the country! A superb way in promoting running as a healthy family activity.

Of late, road races have evolve into a commercial activities instead of being a healthy sporting event where the demand from the 'consumers' include branded design event t-shirt/vest, well design medal, timing chip, and finishing t-shirt. And of course all that come with a high PRICE!

for those who just wish or plan to do a healthy family activity, this is THE event! for just RM5.00/pax, you can choose to run 4km per loop or you may double the distance. the entire objective is to Sweat it, have Fun, be with your Family & stay Healthy. After the run, all will gather for a good breakfast, make some new friends & it is absolutely a good way to catch up with old friends and exchanging or sharing knowledge about running or on any other topic.

Details about the run -

Date : 10 Augus, 2014 
Time : 7.30am - 11.00am
Venue : Taman Tasik Permaisuri
Fee : RM5 Per Bib (1st come 1st serve)(limited 300Bib)
Register Place : Taman Tasik Permaisuri(at the open car park opposite HUKM)
Register Time : Tuesday,Thursday and Friday only 6:30PM ~ 7:30PM EXCEPT RAINING

Cautious : NO Medal, NO T-shirt, NO Timing chip, NO Cash prize

For more details, you may contact -
Ms.Winnie Lee
contact number : 019-384 6338