1. This jogathon is organised under OCM and organising committee
F.T.A.A.A, 2nd floor, Wisma OCM, Jalan Hang Jebat, Kuala Lumpur.
Tel : 03-27152843
Drinking and running
Many organised races will have water stations en route and it is a good idea to make use of them. Half marathons and full marathons usually have drink stations that can provide you with an energy drink such as Lucozade Sport, as well as water. Energy drinks not only help to keep you hydrated, they also replace some of the vitamins, minerals, and salts that are lost during exercise. Walk through water stations to avoid spillage, and take frequent small sips to prevent overloading your stomach.
It is important to practice drinking water and sports drinks on your longer runs and get to know what suits your body. Suddenly gulping down an energy drink when you are not used to it may lead to an upset stomach. It is worth investing in a runner's drinks carrier that you can take with you for training sessions and races.
What you drink the night before a run can affect your body and its performance. Alcohol dehydrates you, and coffee and tea act as diuretics. The best drink for the evening before and day of a race is water.
source from http://www.runlikeagirl.com.uk/