Saturday, February 27, 2010


When: 25 - 28 March 2010

Where: Batu Caves, Selangor to Maran, Kuantan
What: 204km Marathon (Hindu Ritual to celebrate Lord Muruga)

Entry Fee: RM25.00 (TBC)

Registration: 25 March 20010, 12.00 noon
Start: 26 March 2010, 3.00am

Finish: 28 March 2010, 5.00pm

Organiser: Tamil Nesan

The KL-Maran 204km Marathon is back and this will be my 5th year taking part in the event. You may be an Ironman, Marathoner or the Best Olympian but this walk goes beyond physical strength. It is not easy walking (or running if you wish) on the highway especially on Day One and subsequently the the never ending road. This marathon challenge your mental & spiritual strength as well as your inner self conscience.

Food (strictly vegetarian) is provided throughout. There are sufficient food, water & medicare with very dedicated and responsible organising team as well as volunteers.

I was told the organiser is planning to give some sort of a mementos to the participants this year. I am fortunate to receive a medal on my 1st year but no mementos was given out the subsequent year. In fact, most of us are not going after the souvenir but it will be great to have one as a token.

There were some lengthy & detailed reports by 2 of my running friends who joined me last year. You may read the report below :-

If you are interested and would like to know more or to join me & friends, drop me a line.

Friday, February 26, 2010


A friend sent this to me by email. Sometimes, we should take a step backward and enjoy life . . . . . . .

After getting all of Pope Benedict's luggage loaded into the limo, (and he doesn't travel light), the driver notices the Pope is still standing on the curb.

'Excuse me, Your Holiness,' says the driver, 'Would you please take your seat so we can leave?'

'Well, to tell you the truth,' says the Pope, 'they never let me drive at the Vatican when I was a cardinal, and I'd really like to drive today.'

'I'm sorry, Your Holiness, but I cannot let you do that. I'd lose my job! What if something should happen?' protests the driver, wishing he'd never gone to work that morning.

'Who's going to tell?' says the Pope with a smile.

Reluctantly, the driver gets in the back as the Pope climbs in behind the wheel. The driver quickly regrets his decision when, after exiting the airport, the Pontiff floors it, accelerating the limo to 205 kms. (Remember, the Pope is German.)

'Please slow down, Your Holiness!' pleads the worried driver, but the Pope keeps the pedal to the metal until they hear sirens.

'Oh, dear God, I'm going to lose my license -- and my job!' moans the driver.

The Pope pulls over and rolls down the window as the cop approaches, but the cop takes one look at him, goes back to his motorcycle, and gets on the radio.

'I need to talk to the Chief,' he says to the dispatcher.

The Chief gets on the radio and the cop tells him that he's stopped a limo going 205 kph.

'So bust him,' says the Chief.

'I don't think we want to do that, he's really important,' said the cop.

The Chief exclaimed,' All the more reason!'

'No, I mean really important,' said the cop with a bit of persistence.

The Chief then asked, 'Who do you have there, the mayor?'

Cop: 'Bigger.

'Chief: 'A senator?

'Cop: 'Bigger.

'Chief: 'The Prime Minister?

'Cop: 'Bigger.'

'Well,' said the Chief, 'who is it?'

Cop: 'I think it's God!'

The Chief is even more puzzled and curious, 'What makes you think it's God?'

Cop: 'His chauffeur is the Pope!'

Give me a sense of humor, Lord,
Give me the grace to see a joke,
To get some humour out of life,
And pass it on to other folk.

Monday, February 22, 2010


The first road race that is FREE

Date: 13 Mar 2010
Time: 6am
Venue: Taman Pengkalan Batu, KlangRegistration
Goodies: FREE T-Shirt for first 5000 participants
Prizes: Cash prize & medal for top 10 winners
Contact: Pn Yusnaiza (03-55109063 / 03-55196380 / 03-55105512)
Closing date: 10 Mar 2010

10 km men open (18 yrs & above)
10 km women open (18 yrs & above)
7 km men veteran (40 yrs & above)
7 km women veteran (40 yrs & above)
5 km men junior (school 13 - 17 yrs)
5 km women junior (school 13 - 17 yrs)
3 km OKU men
3 km OKU women

Info courtesy of

Monday, February 15, 2010


The past few days or rather the past few months has been really exhausting . . . . . . . and running provide me the avenue to stay sane. With my mum's health deteriorating since October 2009, been in and out of clinics & hospital most of the weeks. . . . . coupled with juggling between my work, facilitating community work, preparing for the PBIM 2009 and Putrajaya 12 Hour Walk, its like living in a roller coaster!

And so I thought Chinese New Year will give me that much needed break. I was wrong again! In fact last weeks I'd been busy trying to wrap up my work, spring cleaning & getting the necessary things done to usher in the Chinese New Year, taking over my mum's role in totality from spring cleaning to buying goodies for the prayer & reunion dinner to cooking the meals for the family . . . . . . . . all by myself! Towards the end of CNY's eve, I was totally exhausted and ran out of energy.

I put off the mobile phone to avoid any distraction during the day inorder to get the task done soonest possible. I truly apologise if I did not reply to your greetings. I truly appreciate all sms-es and wishes all of you a roaring start to good health and many PB (Personal Best) in the coming road races!

One sms that really caught my attention and truly make my day - probably a truly great start for the Year of Tiger. The sms was from Wai Keen of the Supported Living Program (for more info, please log on to This is his original sms without editing : Every new year of corse have 2 enjoy eating 1 whole roasted pig n go 2 friend hse get angpau n win lots of money n put in your pocket n enjoy the brite new year with full of joy n luck!

Wai Keen @ der Pacemakers Track Meet 2008

Despite the odds, he never complaint but always do his best! A very humorous & talented young man and one who prefer to address me as Miss Julie or Julie Wong instead of auntie Julie like the others in the program (because I insisted that I should be addressed as such for special reason). He is one whom you can sit down for a decent and enlightening conversation. He always take whatever task entrusted to him with great dedication. When I first organised the 21km JW Run to Chritmas Island, Australia, he trained diligently to prepare himself for the race all by himself without any supervision! And insisted to run the competitve 21km instead of the 21km relay fun run.

Chrismas Island, Australia - Oct 2008

This 19-year old young fine man is really talented and has perform in many functions. And he loves dancing, too.

He took part in my first ever community awareness relay run in May 2008 held at House No 48, Taman Tun Dr Ismail, Kuala Lumpur. JW Gift of Dignity Relay was 'borned' to create awareness within the community & to give this special young people an avenue to compete & run alongside ordinary people. Wai Keen together with his father & another youth from the program formed a team to compete in the Men Open Category. This is prove that given the opportunity, they can lead a normal life and compete alongside ordinary folks.

And prior to the relay run, the editor of Star Online and her team spent a day to document their activities. (Please log in here to view the video)

The youths were truly ecstatic & excited with this unexpected invite from a total stranger (to them). I was the proudest among all cos' its a breakthrough in the very objective of the relay run - building an accepting community & individual towards people with learning disabilities! They always look out for such invites or outing where people will treat them with dignity & respect. I truly miss their company on the weekend these day due to my own hectic schedule. Being a friend of this organisation since 2002, I enjoy being their friend. They are so real & one lots who truly speak from their heart. They never doubted your sincerity. They never fail to make my day! Thank you, my dear friends.

One of my many dreams (besides the Tiger Beer's dream .. . LOL) is to have friends from the running fraternity to spend evening tea break with them on a weekend and to run alongside with them at Taman Bukit Kiara, TTDI on a Saturday evening. One of the reasons is, they heard so much about me running in road races but didn't really get the opportunity to be in any of the practice run with road runners. So, it will be another milestone if anyone of you would like to invite them to your practice run in Taman Bukit Kiara, TTDI on a Saturday evening.

I would like to wish all of them a great roaring Tiger year with a biGGGGG BANG!!!!!! . . . . . Thank you for the joy & great time that we had over the years. I shall treasure each and every moment that I had with all of you.

Thank you Wai Keen for you never fail to amaze me with your antics and humors.

Monday, February 8, 2010


When : 6 January 2010
Time : 4.00pm
Where : Jaya One, Petaling Jaya
Who : Tiger Beer & Nuffnang

Yes, I should be running the Putrajaya Night Marathon but something really caught my attention - The Tiger Run posted by Runwitme and so I abandon it at the 11th hour . . . . .. DANG!!!!!!

So, I submitted my entry late Thursday (4 January 2010) noon and got a call from Nuffnang on Friday noon to confirm my entry. Then, quickly posted my 42km Putrajaya Marathon's bib for sale. It was snapped up in less than 6 hours . . . .. . . so here I come TIGER . . . .Grrrrrrrr

Was told to report at sharp 4pm @ Bar Madrid, Jaya One. So, packed my bag & left home at 3.15pm. I wanna be there early as I'm not too sure of the actual location. Was lucky to get a cab but goossshhhhhhh that traffic!!!! 10 minutes to 4pm and the cab just turned into Jalan Universiti. Thought I 'd be on time but, oh NO! Made that wrong turn to Damansara & heavy traffic due to the Malaysia Boleh most famous road widening project. So near yet so far . .. .. .... sigh . . .

2 more minutes . . . . less than 20 meter in front I asked the contractor to remove the closure for us to make a U-TURN! Whoa lucky he bought my story (that I am late for a life or death competition . . . . wakakakakaaaaa) . . . ..

I was on time for the reporting but I wasn't the last to report. Pueh Tian & Khoo Yit Kiat were there & we just hang around waiting for the gun off time. While waiting we saw Alice from Wonderland strolling in to the reporting counter ;P

hhmmmmm.... is she going to run in that??

We were given a Tiger Beer paper bag and a route map. Then, the MC announced the start of the race & briefed us on the rules & regulations as well as the numerous tasks we need to perform

We have to run 2 laps around the Complex with the paper bag tagging along.

Tigers on shopping spreeeeeee......... go go go !!!!

1st task - tweeting @ HQ pub

After each task, we have to run half a circle round the complex for the 2nd, 3rd ........ and collect all 4 stickers & some Tiger Beer souvenirs at each check point. At one of the joints, we were made to eat that darn spicy chicken wing that almost got me choke . . .aarrrrggggghhh :(

Once completed, its time for food & Tiger Beer . . . . . . . . ..

Chilled Tiger beers on the house . . . .. ..

Good food . . . . . .

There was a lion dance performance. Snapped some photos of the tiger . . . . yeahhhhh thats the whole purpose of this run - to let the hair down & have FUN

Me & the Tiger

The 3-Musketeers :- Khoo Yit Kiat, mE & Pueh Tian (runwitme) who abandon our friends for the Tiger

The 3 lucky winners of the rm8,888 Dream Prize - CONGRATULATIONS!

The whole evening (after the race) sharing the same table enjoying the beer, food and sharing his humility but didn't cross my mind a tiny bit about him. He was such a friendly, down-to-earth guy. Great personality, humurous, jovial, friendly & chatting away the evening like good old friends.

Yup . . . thats Kris Law. Who?

So, I log on to his blog on late Sunday . . . . . . . what a nuts I'd been? Really? So, I did a little research (well this is definitely not me coz' I am not a movie maniac & I'm a no-no busy-body). Out of curiosity, i ran a google search to confirm his 'claims'. . . . . . . and . . . .

Just wonder if he will mail me a copy of these movies if I request for one? Yeah, he is a good writer too. So, do drop by his blog at to view his blogging & get closer to this talented down-to-earth young man.

I dropped out of Putrajaya Marathon and opted for the Tiger Run instead because I haven't really recover from my cold & I doubt I can complete my marathon without doing more damage to my health. So, I just hope perhaps I could get one of those small prizes from Tiger Beer since there are only 88 participants.

But, I supposed God works in a miraculous way as the race was a total new experience in my running years. This time around I was in touch with so many young & talented bloggers instead of runners! Weird, ya . . . .

What a Great way of ushering in the Year of Tiger . . . . . . sharing the joy of a running friend who won his dream prize & meeting so many young, talented, vibrant & positive minded people!

Thanks to Pueh Tian (runwitme) for sharing

Thanks Tiger Beer & Nuffnang for a great start for the Year of Tiger!!!

Friday, February 5, 2010


New Straits Times group editor Datuk Syed Nadzri Syed Harun (left) and council president Datuk Adnan Md Ikshan sharing a light moment after the soft launch to unveil the logo of the MPSJ-New Straits Times Carnival and 10km Run 2010. — Picture by Goh Thean Howe

Get your trainers out and mark April 24 and 25 on your calendar as you will not want to miss the MPSJ-New Straits Times Carnival & 10km Run 2010 which is set to take place that weekend.

The two-day fun carnival and run is jointly organised by the Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ) and the New Straits Times.

New Straits Times group editor Datuk Syed Nadzri Syed Harun and council president Datuk Adnan Md Ikshan unveiled the event logo in a soft launch at the council's headquarters in USJ 5 yesterday.

Among those who witnessed the unveiling were MPSJ councillors and heads of department.

The highlight of the two-day event is the 10km run on April 25 which is expected to attract 8,000 participants.

The run, which is being held in partnership with the Selangor Amateur Athletic Association, is divided into 11 categories and open to individuals aged between 13 and 51, corporate and disabled groups, as well as families.

Participants will be flagged off at the council sports complex at 7am.

There are lots of prizes to be won and participants will also receive certificates of participation, T-shirts and goodie bags. They will also have a chance to win lucky draw prizes such as airline tickets and holiday packages.

On both days, ongoing carnival activities will take place in the compounds of the sports complex.

Among the activities that have been lined up for the carnival, which is aimed at promoting unity in the local community and encouraging healthy activities for residents of Subang Jaya, include Soccer Kid League, New Straits Times educational activities, magic show, cultural performances, martial arts demonstrations, colouring contest, antique cars and motorcycles display; exhibition by government agencies and sponsors as well as football, netball and tug-of-war contests.

Application forms for the run can be found in New Straits Times, Harian Metro and Berita Harian beginning March 16. The closing date for entries is April 18.

Thursday, February 4, 2010


This post is an official entry for the Nuffnang The Tiger Run competition.

Dare to DREAM! Yes, i guess all of us do dream about anything & everything irrespective of whether that dream is for real or just remain as a dream. But, without a Dream, where will we be heading? Many inventions today are 'born' out of a Dream

So, whats my dream?

To combine my passion for running & community organising! YES . . . this is possible when One dare to DREAM!

My ULTIMATE dream for 2010 is to organise a community run in Bali, Indonesia. A run that is unique, refreshing, educational, motivating & its a 100% JW RUN!

A run which will bear solely my JW signature, my very own design running t-shirts/vest and a unique design medal which can double up as a pendant!

WHY do I want to realise this dream?

When I was a 2 years old girl who started learning how to walk, the doctor told my mother that her only daughter may have to spend the rest of her life on the wheelchair as my feet will 'give' way to polio in 2-3 years time. But this tiny girl never sits still. I still remember when I was 6, my feet was so weak that I always tumble down for no apparent reasons. I never gave up, never told my mum but just picked myself up & kept walking. running & climbing trees with my brothers & spent more time playing the boy's game. The word 'polio' is very foreign to me.

When I was 16, I took up running or rather jogging with another girl friend. We lived next to the Kwang Tong Cementary which is located besides the Sg Besi military camp. I also experienced bad headache that lasted for 3 days and no amount of pain killer tablets can stop the pain. While working in Club Med Cherating in early 1990s, I told the in house doctor about my headache. As I refused to have a head scan, he advised me to do more exercise and I chose running & swimming. Since then, I never look back & the headache has almost gone . . .

For the past 8 years, I took part in many road races in the Klang Valley & within the country.

Completing the Great Eastern 30K @ Padang Merbuk, Lake Garden. This is my trial run in preparation for the KL Marathon

First time ever wearing the Pacemakers' vest in a road race. It was a very good run and one the the toughest. Thats the price to pay when you wear the name of the PIA KAKI group! LOL :P But I am just a 'makan angin' (slow) runner.

When I'm not running especially in the PACEMAKERS races, I'll be a volunteer cos' I do not want to miss out the fun. Being the Time Official has always been fun & fulfilling as I can witnessed the happening at the start/finish line!

Walking is another sports which is my favorite. Since I was introduced to this KL-Maran 204km walk in 2006, I have not failed to take part in this Hindu ritual walk to challenge my mental & physical self. A walk that lasted for 3 days through the highway under the blazing sun or in pouring rain! It takes a lot of mental & spiritual strength to complete the walk. Come 26 March 2010 will be my 5th year in this event.

I also took on the role of Emcee (Master of Ceremony) in road running event when the President of Klang Pacer Athletics Club first invited me to be the emcee for their event. Since late 2007, I'd taken on the job for all their event in Klang & was later invited by the Bukit Jalil Marathon Running Club to emcee at their event, too.

As the saying goes - what better way to earn a living than doing something you like and get paid for it!

And in 2009, I took a different approach to enter the 2nd Putrajaya International 12 Hour Walk by pledging to walk a minimum of 45km to help raise fund for an organisation that champion the rights for persons with learning disabilities. I only managed to complete 38km in 2008.

I surprised myself by clocking 55km at the 12th hour - 10km more than my target!

Having been a race director for 6 road relays under the banner of KLAVA (Kuala Lumpur Assoc of Veteran Athletes) & 3R, I organised a road relay run under my own initial - JW GIFT OF DIGNITY RELAY in April 2009 for the very same organisation to create awareness within the community in Taman Tun Dr Ismail, Kuala Lumpur.

Group photo - Christmas Island

Indeed, I was honored that the local organiser of Christmas Island, Australia invited me to initiate a marathon run in conjunction with their 50th Territorial Day Celebration on 4 October 2008. I took 30 runners from Malaysia, Singapore & German to join the locals in the marathon run. The event was feature in the Star paper

At the request of some runners after the Christmas Island's trip, another run was organised. This time its in Cameron Highlands - JW 12KM Run. With the help of few running friends and the local police, the run was successful as many are happy running in a refreshing and cool environment compared to the normal road races in the Klang Valley.

The unique medal in the shape of Strawberry has been the talk among runners and set a different benchmark in the running community.

I'm really fortunate to have the opportunity playing at different field level taking on various role in the running fraternity.

Community work - working with the urban poor is my other passion. Being involved since 5 years ago, I've been involved in many community issues relating to land & housing problem. For my role, I'd been selected to attend a 10 days workshop & exchange of ideas in Bali, Indonesia (2007) & Nairobi, Kenya (2008).

Bali has been very close to my heart as the community and issues that surround the people are very similar to the one back home. I would love to visit them again to see their progress after my last visit in 2007.

I would like to incorporate my community work & running in a 2-IN-1 package to spread this work to the running community who are also very close to me. I would like to realise this dream as I do not know when 'Polio' will come knocking on my door.

Facilitating a road race & the community shared similar characteristics -

. . . . . . its about the people

. . . . . . its about passion

. . . . . . its about being HUMAN

. . . . . it requires patience, perseverence & dedication

That steep balenese tradition is still being practice by the urban community. Local leaders are well respected by the people.

The traditional food by the indigenious people are truly delicious & yummy!!!!! slurp . . . :P

Most importantly the greens & fresh air in the outskirt of Bali will make a perfect track run while enjoying the beauty of nature far away from the noise & fume polution in the hustle & bustle of cosmopolitan life.

ULTIMATELY . . . the unique design of the medal & running tees as mementos that will be cherished by all . . .. . a truly JW RUN

Tiger Beer, help me realise this dream and put a smile onto the many faces . . . . . .

Tuesday, February 2, 2010


Date : 31 January 2010
Venue : Stadium MSN, Gate C, Bukit Jalil
Time : 7.00am
Event : 3 x 3km Relay

courtesy of

More report coming soon . . . .

Monday, February 1, 2010


Event : Kuala Lumpur Masters City Day Relay
Date : 31 January 2010
Time : 7.00am
Venue : Stadium MSN, Gate C

WOMEN OPEN (35 years & below)

Champion : Trophy & RM1,000
25:29 > A-07 Vision Girl

1st Runner Up : Medal & RM600
39:29 > A-03 Speedy Gonzales

2nd Runner Up : Medal & RM400
41:40 > A-08 UITM

4th Placing
45:30 > A-02 Beautiful Bodies

5th Placing
46:14 > A-10 SMK Jinjang

6th Placing
46:50 > A-05 PM Ladies Power

7th Placing
47:50 > A-12 Rainbow

8th Placing
50:00 > A-13 Lavender

9th Placing
55:33 > A-27 Master Skill

10th Placing
60:29 > A-15 WWW

WOMEN OPEN MASTERS (35 years & above)

Champion : Trophy & RM1,000
44:25 > B-01 Fast Pace 2

1st Runner Up : Medal & RM600
51:27 > B-03 H20

2nd Runner Up : Medal & RM400
57:14 > B-20 Vanilla Berjaya

MEN OPEN (35 years & below)

Champion : Trophy & RM1,000
24:49 > C-13 New Balance

1st Runner Up : Medal & RM600
25:48 > C-34 Navy

2nd Runner Up : Medal & RM400
26:42 > C-33 Navy

4th Placing
26:55 > C-42 UITM Runners Club

5th Placing
30:31 > C-17 VAT 69 A

6th Placing
31:02 > C-65 Master Skill

7th Placing
31:05 > C-30 Road Runners Teluk Intan

8th Placing
31:35 > C47 Poyo Permaisuri 1

9th Placing
32:05 > C-18 VAT 69B

10th Placing
32:22 > C-09 Fast PACE 1

MEN JUNIOR MASTERS ( 35-44 years)

Champion : Trophy & RM1,000
28:14 > D-15 Semenyeh Top Runners

1st Runner Up : Medal & RM600
28:46 > D-04 New Balance

2nd Runner Up : Medal & RM400
34:10 > D-01 Presto

4th Placing
34:46 > D-08 VAT 59D

5th Placing
35:41 > D-10 Klang Pacer Team A

6th Placing
35:44 > D-22 Fast Pace 7

7th Placing
36:33 > D-11 Klang Pacers Team B

8th Placing
37:48 > D-12 Der Pacemakers Network 3

9th Placing
39:39 > D-05 UM95 5th College Power

10th Placing
39:56 > D-17 Fast Pace 5


Champion : Trophy & RM1,000
29:44 > E-08 The Old Pacesetters

1st Runner Up : Medal & RM600
30:58 > E-16 Fast Pace 3

2nd Runner Up : Medal & RM400
30:14 > E-07 VAT 69 F

4th Placing
31:19 > E-06 VAT 69C

5th Placing
31:47 > E-01 Der Pacemakers Network

6th Placing
31:50 > E-19 Klang Pacers Team C

7th Placing
34:40 > E-05 SCK Serantut (A)

8th Placing
35:21 > E-17 Fast Pace 3

9th Placing
35:31 > E-11 Bukit Jalil G2

10th Placing
35:48 > KL MAS Potong Sayur

MEN MASTERS DIAMOND (60 years & above)

Champion : Trophy & RM1,000
36:26 > F-01 KLAVA & Friends

1st Runner Up : Medal & RM600
43:24 > F-02 Selangor Masters

2nd Runner Up : Medal & RM400
47:25 > F-06 KL MAS Golden Oldies

4th Placing
56:05 > F-03 Never Say Die

5th Placing
56:51 > F-04 FRIM Runners

MIXED TEAM (with at least 1 female runner)

Champion : Trophy & RM1,000
28:34 > G-43 TLDM

1st Runner Up : Medal & RM600
30:00 > G-57 Der Pacemakers Network 5

2nd Runner Up : Medal & RM400
31:03 > G-33 Der Pacemakers Network

4th Placing
31:20 > G-24 KTHO 2

5th Placing
31:58 > G-23 KTHO 1

6th Placing
32:45 > G-56 KLAVA TTDI Tangan Potong

7th Placing
33:20 > G58 VAT 69E

8th Placing
36:48 > G-31 Bukit Jalil G5

9th Placing
37:18 > G-31 Geng Bas Sekolah

10th Placing
37:44 > G-44 UITM Runners D

SCHOOL GIRL (12-17 years)

Champion : Trophy & Certificate
27:48 > Y-20 SMK Jinjang

1st Runner Up : Medal & Certificate
30:41 > Y-01 VAT 69 Junior F

2nd Runner Up : Medal & Certificate
36:51 > Y-02 Roadrunners Teluk Intan

4th Placing
43:27 > Y-25 SMK PP8(1) Putrajaya

5th Placing
46:28 > Y-21 Sri Garden

6th Placing
49:13 > Y-22 Sri Garden

7th Placing
55:50 > Y-19 MRSM Bentong (12)

8th Placing
55:54 > Y-16 MRSM Team 2

9th Placing
56:24 > Y-03 MRSM Team 1

10th Placing
56:39 > Y-28 MRSM Team 16

SCHOOL BOYS (12-17 years)

Champion : Trophy & Medal
27:38 > Z-02 Klang Juniors

1st Runner Up : Medal & Certificate
28:21 > Z-03 Team VAT69 Jr A

2nd Runner Up : Medal & Certificate
29:46 > Z-01 Pahang Juniors

4th Placing
30:38 > Z-08 Roadrunners Teluk Intan

5th Placing
30:41 > Z-04 Team VAT69 Jr B

6th Placing
31:12 > Z-05 Team VAT69 Jr C

7th Placing
31:34 > Z-06 Team VAT69 Jr D

8th Placing
31:48 > Z-10 TMM

9th Placing
32:56 > Z-61 SMK Jinjang 1

10th Placing
33:24 > Z-16 MRSM Bentong A

Please log in later for the race report.