Mr. Khoo and his team setting up the Champion Chip System
Tying the chips onto the batons
The New Comer - Int'l Japanese School
Attending briefing..... every team must "take care' of this green card which act as a back up to the time chip and also as a way to get runners in the team to be proactive while waiting for their team mate to complete the race
this is the reason this park is a favorite with the locals and runners. . . . . hope the local authority will take good care of this park and sustain the greens
The Running Mom - first time volunteer with her two young faithful bodyguard . .
Mr. Khoo . . . . eeemmm I hope she didn't 'elope' with my Champion Chip
aHA!!! there she is . . paced by her partner. Yee Mey, the first time participant. Its OK, Mr Khoo. I just went for a short date with Mr. Champion Chip up the hill. It's really COOooool . . .
The FINAL Touch Down to signify the end of the relay to the standing ovation. Amazing that she managed to complete despite the extra miles as I told her that she only had to run 2km a week ago while trying to convince her . . . oooppps forgot to tell her my maths is actually very lousy . . hahahaaaaaaaa
Everyone went home a winner! Position medals for all who complete the race!!! Except poor ME with the timer hanging on my neck till the next RACE!!!
THANK YOU AND SEE U ALL NEXT YEAR!!!!!