Tuesday, November 20, 2012


Date : 3 March 2013

Time : 5.30am

Venue :  National Stadium Bukit Jalil

Closing date : 26 January 2013

Sunday, November 4, 2012


Date : 20 January 2012
Time : 7.00am
Venue : Sekolah Kebangsaan Meru 2, Jalan Paip, Klang

Closing Date : 15 December 2012 or first 1,000 entries.

Sunday, October 28, 2012


Venue : Tanah Rata, Cameron Highlands
Date : 28 October 2012

Top 5 Results

Men Open (Aged 16 - 39)

51:49 - Ronnie See
52:32 - Lee Chun How
53:04 - Harry Shahrizan
54:38 - Andrew Loh
57:07 - Wong Cheon Keong

Women Open (Aged 16 and above)

68:08 - Gan Hoy Woon
77:00 - Priscilla Lee
77:29 - Novin Tam
79:43 - Mun Pui Yee
85:47 - Caline Chong

Men Veteran (Aged 40 and above)

60:19 - Tan Chang Poh
63:20 - Lee Yee Sum
70:47 - Nicholas Arthur Phillips
71:03 - Chanthiran Sivaperuman
72:00 - Wong Soon Pin

Monday, October 15, 2012


Tasik Taman Jaya, Petaling Jaya

14 October 2012


Category A : Men Senior Veteran (Aged 60 years old and above)

26:16 - Wong Yew Tho
26:29 - Chuah Seih Seng
29:13 - P. Madasamy
29:48 - Iyanar Kounder
30:33 - Kong Kang Chye

Category B : Men Junior Veteran (Aged 50 - 59 years old)

21:37 - M. Ramakrishnan
25:24 - Raja Arumugam
25:26 - Liew Ching Lock
25:27 - M. Batumalai (MBPJ)
26:12 - Won Khim Ching

Category C : Women Veteran (Aged 50 years old and above)

30:04 - Liew Kim Foong
34:21 - Leong Kim Yeow
34:56 - Lee Yan Hong
36:15 - SH Tan
36:58 - You Boon Lian

Category D : Men Open (Aged 18 - 49 years old)

21:09 - Vijayan
21:19 - Dilip
21:31 - Jasni
21:49 - Muhammad Asdi Weding
22.01 - Tang Yew Choy

Category E : Women Open (Aged 18 - 49 years old)

27:39 - Tan Pei Ling
30:04 - Wong Sue Ling
32:15 - Pei Yoong Yap
32:25 - Tam Lai Theng
33:01 - Yeow Chae Yin

Saturday, September 22, 2012


Date : 14 October 2012
Time : 7.30am
Venue : Tasik Taman Jaya, Petaling Jaya (Bersebelahan Amcorp Mall)
Distant : 6km

Participation - 500 runners
(300 - Veteran Category, 200 - Open Category)

Entry Fee
RM  5.00 - Participants aged 60 years and above
RM15.00 - Others

Finisher Medal for all.

Friday, September 14, 2012

"TAO ROUTE" Charity Walk / 紫竹莲"走道“慈善行2012


"走道“健身长寿活动 "Tao Route" Stay Healthy, Live Longer Campaign

Title"Tao Route" Charity Campaign

I) Fundraising for the Temple Development
II) Publicize the healthy benefits of walking
III) To set The Temple become a popular tourist destination

Date: 23 September 2012 Sunday

Venue (Start):
Jenjarom - Selangor Ang Clan Association
No 1, Jalan Melati 1, Taman Melati, 42600, Jenjarom, SDE

Kepong - Pbrb. Chee Chok Lian
Lot 3988 Jalan Wangsa 3/6, Taman Wangsa Permai, 52200, Kepong, KL

Distance: 60km+
Entry Fee: RM50 (Aged above 65 years old *free)
Contact: 012-3137237 or emeyhoong@hotmail.com

Closing Date: 20 September 2012

Registration Fee Inclusive
1. Walkers' Number Bib, Free T-Shirt and other Sponsors' goodies.
2. Three (3) Refreshments/ Meals (Halai: Healthy Food) provided (7am, 12pm, 5pm) and
free 2 dinner tickets to attend the Temple 72th Anniversary on 1 October 2012 Monday.
3. Unlimited mineral water provided.
4. One (1) Achievement certificate (Minimum distance - Men's 20KM, Women 10KM) Receive
when the Temple 72th Anniversary on 1 October 2012 Monday
5. Finisher medal

Information courtesy of www.2009tonton.blogspot.com

Tuesday, July 3, 2012


Date : 7 July 2012, Saturday
Venue : Vista Tower, The Intermark, Jalan Tun Razak

Vista Tower, is part of the world-class Intermark development and has an illustrious history as the tallest tower in Kuala Lumpur in 1994. Located prominently at the junction of Jalan Ampang and Jalan Tun Razak, Vista Tower is integrated with a boutique retail podium 5-star Doubletree @ Hilton hotel.

Being part of the prestigious The Intermark development, the 62-storey, Grade-A Vista Tower is simply a landmark to behold, with approximately 555,000 square feet spread over 50 floors.

Offering pure luxury of space, Vista Tower features a double-height grand office lobby and state-of-the-art security system, featuring 24-hour CCTV surveillance and card-activated speed gates and elevators.

Celebrating their success, they are hosting the first ever Intermark Charity Tower Run 2012 on 7th July 2012 (Saturday). The beneficiaries of this run will be two charity organisations : SOS Children’s Villages and Shelter Homes.

SOS Children’s Villages is the world's largest orphan and abandoned children's charity and aims to provide a new family and home for more than 78,000 children in 500 Children's Villages in 124 countries. The charity also helps a million children and their families through SOS community outreach programmes. For more information about SOS Children’s Villages, please see: http://www.soschildren.org . 

Shelter Homes which is located in Malaysia, this year, will be embarking on the theme of “Education for the Betterment of Children,” where they will focus on the improving the educational opportunities for the children in their homes who come from dysfunctional families. More than 50 % of them have gone without education for a long time due to poverty, lack of documentation or neglect.  Presently, Shelter Homes run three homes - one for young children (boys and girls) from ages of 4 -12 years: another for teenage boys  and a third for teenage girls (ages 13 -17 years). For more information, please log on to: http://www.shelterhome.org.

The charity run is open to 100 participants only.

For more details about The Intermark, log on to -

Tuesday, June 12, 2012


Date            : 7 October 2012 (Sunday)
Venue          : Harbour Place
                    6683, Persiaran Raja Muda Musa
                    41200 Klang
GPS             : 3.025388,101.423662
Start time    : 7.00am
Reporting     : 6.00am – 6.45am
Entry fee      : 10km – Normal Fee RM40
                    10km – Early Bird RM35 (before 18 July 2012)
                  : 5km – Normal Fee RM35
                    5km – Early Bird RM30 (before 18 July 2012)
Closing date  : 18 August 2012 or first 1,500 entries

Categories & Distance                                                                 

A – Men Open (Age 12 – 39)
B – Men Veteran (Age 40 above)
C – Women Open (Age 12 – 34)
D – Women Veteran (Age 35 above)

E – Men Open (Age 10 and above)
F – Women Open (Age 10 and above)


All Top 5 winners will receive New Balance Cash Voucher and Trophy

1st     : RM250
2nd    : RM200
3rd     : RM150
4th     : RM100
5th     : RM100

Finishing medal and certificate for all who complete the race within qualifying time.

Collection of Race Pack                               

Date          : October 5 & 6, 2012
Time         : 10.00am – 5.00pm
Venue        : Harbour Place
                  6683, Persiaran Raja Muda Musa
                  41200 Klang
GPS           : 3.025388,101.423662

Registration & Contact                        

Manual Registration at the following New Balance Outlets –

1-Utama, Damansara                   03-7724 2250
Sunway Pyramid, PJ                     03-5622 1655
AEON Jusco, Bkt Tinggi, Klang      03-3326 2955
The Gardens, Mid Valley               03-2283 2655

For enquiries –

S.P. Wong          012-310 1379
S.H. The            017-302 4822
Julie Wong         016-228 4088
Jensen Chong     010-242 4254
Michelle Yong     017-558 0212 (Outstation)
Mr. Pua              012-697 9394 (Pantai Hospital Klang)
Mr. Gan              012-308 7807 (Pantai Hospital Klang)
James Wong       03 – 7877 7221 (Online Registration)


If you need the registration form, drop an email at - jwbiznet@hotmail.com

Sunday, May 27, 2012


The organising team of the Standard Chartered Kuala Lumpur Marathon has made every effort to increase and generate interest among the running community to run the 42.195km year after year. This surely reflected well on the title and rightfully they can claim this as the largest and biggest Marathon running in Malaysia.

There is no easy way to complete a 42.195km but it is not impossible with the right support from all relevant parties particularly the Ministry of Youth & Sports, Kuala Lumpur City Hall and the Traffic Police. The Running community and the Public in general also can play an equally important role for this healthy sport.

Just 34 days to the big day. Are you ready to take on the City that Never Sleep on foot?

As usual, I'll be in my tortoise pace roaming the town on foot 'legally' (Thank You SCKLM for the opportunity) checking in to the various local food outlets, taking advantage of the 6 hours on the road. Remember to carbo load and hydrate well before the race.

See you on 24 June 2012 at Dataran Merdeka!

Saturday, May 26, 2012


by Mayo Clinic


If you have shin splints, you may notice tenderness, soreness or pain along the inner part of your lower leg. 

The term "shin splints" refers to pain along or just behind the shinbone (tibia) — the large bone in the front of your lower leg. Medically known as medial tibial stress syndrome, shin splints occur during physical activity and result from too much force being placed on your shinbone and connective tissues that attach your muscles to the bone. Shin splints are common in runners and in those who participate in activities with sudden stops and starts, such as basketball, soccer or tennis.
The risk of shin splints is no reason to give up your morning jog or afternoon aerobics class. Most cases of shin splints can be treated with rest, ice and other self-care measures. Wearing proper footwear and modifying your exercise routine can help prevent shin splints from recurring.

If you have shin splints, you may notice:
  • Tenderness, soreness or pain along the inner part of your lower leg
  • Mild swelling in your lower leg
At first, the pain may stop when you stop running or exercising. Eventually, however, the pain may be continuous.
When to see a doctor
Consult your doctor if rest, ice and over-the-counter pain relievers don't ease your shin pain. Your primary care doctor may refer you to an orthopedist. Seek prompt medical care if:
  • Severe pain in your shin follows a fall or accident
  • Your shin is hot and inflamed
  • Swelling in your shin seems to be getting worse
  • Shin pain persists during rest
Shin splints are caused by excessive force (overload) on the shinbone and the connective tissues that attach your muscles to the bone. The overload is often caused by specific athletic activities, such as:
  • Running downhill
  • Running on a slanted or tilted surface
  • Running in worn-out footwear
  • Engaging in sports with frequent starts and stops, such as basketball and tennis
Shin splints can also be caused by training errors, such as engaging in a running program with the "terrible toos" — running too hard, too fast or for too long.

Risk factors
ou're more at risk of shin splints if:
  • You're a runner, especially just beginning a running program
  • You have flat feet or rigid arches, causing your feet to roll inward when running
  • You increase the intensity of your workouts by doing more high-impact activities
  • You play sports on hard surfaces, with sudden stops and starts
  • You're in military training
Tests and diagnosis
Shin splints are usually diagnosed based on your medical history and a physical exam. In some cases, an X-ray or other imaging studies can help identify other possible causes for your pain, such as a stress fracture — tiny cracks in a bone often caused by overuse.
Treatments and drugs
In most cases, you can treat shin splints with simple self-care steps:
  • Rest. Avoid activities that cause pain, swelling or discomfort — but don't give up all physical activity. While you're healing, try low-impact exercises, such as swimming, bicycling or water running. If your shin pain causes you to limp, consider using crutches until you can walk normally without pain.
  • Ice the affected area. Apply ice packs to the affected shin for 15 to 20 minutes at a time, four to eight times a day for several days. To protect your skin, wrap the ice packs in a thin towel.
  • Reduce swelling. Elevate the affected shin above the level of your heart, especially at night. It may also help to compress the area with an elastic bandage or compression sleeve. Loosen the wrap if the pain increases, the area becomes numb or swelling occurs below the wrapped area.
  • Take an over-the-counter pain reliever. Try ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin, others), naproxen sodium (Aleve, others) or acetaminophen (Tylenol, others) to reduce pain.
  • Wear proper shoes. Your doctor may recommend a shoe that's especially suited for your foot type, your stride and your particular sport.
  • Consider arch supports. Arch supports can help cushion and disperse stress on your shinbones. Off-the-shelf arch supports come in various sizes and can be fitted immediately. More durable arch supports can be custom-made from a plaster cast of your foot.
Resume your usual activities gradually. If your shin isn't completely healed, returning to your usual activities may only cause continued pain.
To help prevent shin splints:
  • Choose the right shoes. Wear footwear that suits your sport. If you're a runner, replace your shoes about every 350 to 500 miles (560 to 800 kilometers).
  • Consider arch supports. Arch supports can help prevent the pain of shin splints, especially if you have flat arches.
  • Lessen the impact. Cross-train with a sport that places less impact on your shins, such as swimming, walking or biking. Remember to start new activities slowly. Increase time and intensity gradually.
  • Add strength training to your workout. To strengthen your calf muscles, try toe raises. Stand up. Slowly rise up on your toes, then slowly lower your heels to the floor. Repeat 10 times. When this becomes easy, do the exercise holding progressively heavier weights. Leg presses and other exercises for your lower legs can be helpful, too.
It's also important to know when to rest; at the first sign of shin pain, take a break.

Wednesday, May 16, 2012


RUN for a Reason Fun Movement

Watch and learn from the "Run for a Reason Fun Movement" DANCE tutorial video. Put on your sports shoes and let's go bananas!
Join us jive at the Standard Chartered KL's Park in the City, located beside OneKL / St.Regis, opposite KLCC.
Entertainment, fun and yummy food await you! C'mon let's drum up the marathon excitement before race day!https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/images/cleardot.gifHere's what you need to do:

 Step 1
Simply click RSVP

What to bring?
* Your bubbly self!
* Wear your own solid coloured green or blue t-shirt
* Bring one banana to gain free entry to the after-party

Step 2
View the dance tutorial video and learn the steps! It's easy as 1, 2, 3!

Step 3 (optional)
Let's do the dance! You're invited to join us for the rehearsal on Thursday, 17 May 2012, at Open Area, Level 3, Scope International (M) Sdn Bhd, Technology Park Malaysia, Enterprise 4, Lot 2E-10, 57100 Kuala Lumpur between 7.30pm-8.00pm.

Step 4
Fun Movement Event Day
Date: Saturday, 19 May 2012
Location: Standard Chartered KL's City in the Park near KLCC, beside OneKL
Time: 2.15pm-4.00pm
Refreshments served!

Click here for location map
*First come, first serve goody bags with limited edition marathon paraphernalia for first 100 persons. Be early to avoid disappointment!


Monday, April 16, 2012


ENERGIZER NIGHT RACE Demonstrates 'Positivenergy'
with Charity Contribution

Energizer Malaysia hosted a public briefing for the Energizer Night Race to cover race details, route highlights and safety precautions on 14 April 2012 in conjunction with the race kit collection weekend at Wisma OCM, Kuala Lumpur.

Energizer Malaysia acknowledged the sponsors, business partners and participants who together contributed a total of RM140,000 in a heart-warming cheque handover ceremony to the Malaysian District of Kiwanis, the official race charity partners.

Kiwanis Malaysia is an international not-for-profit organisation well-known for its established initiatives such as the Kiwanis Down Syndrome Foundation and the Service Leadership Program (SLP), an international youth development program that provides leadership training for young people.

Energizer contributed RM10 per successful registration in the Energizer Night Race totalling RM50,000 from the 5,000 participants.

Another RM90,000 presented was pledged by 27 of Energizer’s key distributors throughout Malaysia and Brunei as well as Energizer’s business partners, who collectively contributed RM54,000 and RM36,000 respectively.

Mike Foong, managing director of Energizer Malaysia Sdn Bhd, said, “we are extremely grateful to our sponsors and participants for the support and trust that they have invested in the race this year. We at Energizer Malaysia will follow through with the promise for an improved night race that will impress participants and stakeholders with our motto of Keep Challenging, Keep Growing,” he added.

Participants were given the opportunity to make personal contributions through the 12 special bib numbers put up in a charity option, with all proceeds going to Kiwanis Malaysia’s programmes for children. It further generated an additional RM5,700 to the charity fund.

Energizer Malaysia will also enhance the contribution by aiming to raise another RM210,000 through the sales of Energizer products from March to May this year, where every pack sold contributes 30 sen to Kiwanis Malaysia. The total charity contribution target at the end of the campaign is RM345,000 which will benefit Kiwanis Malaysia’s 20 permanent Kiwanis Centres that serve and educate children and youths living with disabilities, as well as Kiwanis’ Going to School with Kiwanis programme that equips primary schoolchildren from poor families with a dictionary to inspire them to excel in school.

The Energizer Night Race 2012 is Energizer Malaysia’s will be held at the Sepang International Circuit on the 21st of April 2012 and will see runners from three categories – 42km, 15.5km and 5.5km – competing on the iconic Sepang International Circuit racetrack in part or in its entirety.

Energizer Malaysia also hosted an exclusive running clinic led by national marathon coach P. Sidamparam on the 31st of March to prepare and train participants for race day.

“We at Energizer Malaysia recognise how we can do better than before and deliver a sporting event that embodies our aspirations and corporate responsibility. We sincerely thank all parties for their support and input since last year’s race and look forward to a better and improved Energizer Night Race 2012 that truly brings Energizer’s That’s Positivenergy campaign to life,” Foong added.

While registrations are now closed, the public are still welcome to come along to the Energizer Night Race as spectators for the one-of-a-kind night running event to be held at Sepang International Circuit. Visitors and supporters can expect grandstand seating to cheer runners on and a family-friendly carnival from 6pm until late on race day.

Foong concluded, “We strongly urge participants, our trade partners and consumers to support the Energizer Night Race and the life-changing opportunities it will provide for children throughout Malaysia, giving them the power for a brighter future.”

More information on the Energizer Night Race can be found by visiting the website at www.energizernightrace.com.my, and updates for the race are available on Facebook at www.facebook.com/EnergizerNightRaceMalaysia.

Sunday, April 8, 2012


Join this 5km run and together we raise fund for children from Rumah Charis

Date : 20 May 2012
Tme : 7.30am
Distant : 5 km
Venue : The Mines Shopping Mall

Website :http://www.the-mines.com.my/promotions/view/97

Entry Form :http://www.the-mines.com.my/images/promotions/A4-Back-3-01.jpg

Entry form

Thursday, April 5, 2012



Date : 10th June 2012
Venue : Stadium Padang Sulaiman, Jalan Padang, Kawasan 1, 41000 Klang
Time : 6.45am
Closing date : 30 April 2012 (or upon reaching 2,000 entries)

Great News!!

CK RUN would like to take this opportunity to announce that our new fun games " BALLOON SURPRISE" and lucky draw will be held together at the charity event ' CARE FOR RUN, KEEN TO SUCCEED'. Runners will get to experience a superb fun surprise from stepping and bursting of balloons. Lucky participants may be rewarded with CASH in balloons that they successfully burst.

You can register for the run via online registration at www.themarathonshop.com.my or walk in to any of the New Balance outlets listed below.

1-Utama03-7724 2250
Sunway Pyramid, PJ03-5622 1655
AEON Jusco Bukit Tinggi, Klang03-3326 2955
The Gardens, Mid Valley03-2283 2655

Wednesday, March 28, 2012


'WE CARE' Charity Fun Run 2012 is organised by Columbia Asia Hospital Seremban in collaboration with IJM Land. Proceeds from the charity run (after deducting all expenses) will be channeled to Hospice Malaysia, Seremban Branch.

For more information, log on to http://wecarecharityfunrun.yolasite.com/

Tuesday, March 27, 2012


Date: 22 April 2012
Time: 7.30am
Fee : RM30

space u8, Section 8, Bukit Jelutong, Shah Alam

Earth Week 2012

Earth Week 2012 will be a week long event with booths and programs targeting different sectors of people for each day; ie. NGOs, Universities, Corporate Companies, Government Bodies, Green Companies. It will be a built up event until the last day, 22 April, when we will encourage all participants including the public to walk for Green and to have a full day celebration with performances and programs in conjunction with Earth Week 2012.

The highlight for this Earth Week event will be the Pledges themselves. 12 Pledge trees will be built as the centerpieces of the Space U8 Mall using recyclables by 12 corporate companies representing the Year 2012. For example, they will be building the trees using beverage cartons, newspapers, used wood planks etc. Participants will write their chosen pledge for Mother Earth on a piece of card (also made from recycled paper) and this card will be pasted on the ‘Pledge Trees’ signifying branches/leaves of the trees. The 12 Pledge trees will be there for the full 7 day event for program participants and for the public to pledge. Our target number of participants and pledges made for this event is 100,000 Pledges.

Come Join us!

It’s TIME TO TAKE ACTION to Care for Mother Earth and to make this World a Better Place to live in, for us, and for our future generation.

“Together We Make a Difference

In conjunction with this, we are inviting the public to the Green Costume Run and make a grand finale to this week long celebrating the Earth Week.

Each participants will received this specially designed high quality t-shirt made from 100% Organic Cotton (certified by: Global Organic Textile Standard and Oeko-tex Standard 100).

The Entry Form

For more details about the run, please drop your mail at - jwbiznet@hotmail.com or call Julie Wong at 016 - 2284088.

Wednesday, March 14, 2012


Date : Saturday, 17 March 2012

Run For A Reason Fun Movement

Location : Fountain in front of Pavilion KL

BANANA - themed party

Location : GF, Menara Standard Chartered, 30 Jalan Sultan Ismail, KL
Time : 6.30pm - 8.30pm

Contact : 03-2117 7504 Mardhiah,
: 03-2117 7962 Alison A. Rodrigues (Alison.Rodrigues@sc.com)

READY? GET set . . . . . Let's GO Bananas!

In celebration of a buildup towards the big day on 24 March 2012, marathon enthusiasts are in for a banana-themed treat this Saturday! Runners, volunteers and Malaysian local talents come together to participate in a novel social media experiment at Pavilion KL at 6pm! The 'Run For A Reason Fun Movement' will groove towards Menara Standard Chartered for the exciting banana-themed party!

Be a Part of the Fun Movement! Activate this on Wednesday14th March 2012 :

Friday, March 9, 2012


Transform yourself from ZERO to HERO at the Standard Chartered KL Marathon 2012 training circuit

The Standard Chartered KL Marathon 2012 training circuit is back - The Zero to Hero training circuit headed by Mark Williams, the official trainer of SCKLM 2012 as well as professional coaches and qualified technical officials from the Federal Territory Amateur Athlete Association (FTAAA).

Seize this opportunity to learn and get tips on how best you can run on race day. Gain useful information from the weekly training which cover race training management, nutrition & hydration, stretching techniques, injury prevention and many others. You may ask the experts on any issue related to running.

Admission is free but limited. And if you have miss the early bird (fee) entry, this is the chance for you to grab the the opportunity to enjoy the early bird rates.

For more information, please visit http://www.kl-marathon.com/

Circuit Date



Start Time

11 March

Taman Tasik Perdana
near Boat House

Body weight exercises


18 March

Taman Tasik Perdana
near Boat House

The 16 weeks training plan


1 April

Taman Tasik Permaisuri, Cheras



15 April

Taman Tasik Permaisuri, Cheras

Running techniques


22 April

Taman Metropolitan, Kepong

Training well


29 April

Taman Metropolitan, Kepong

Avoiding injury


13 May

Taman Tasik Titiwangsa
Parking Area in front of Restoran Nelayan Titiwangsa

Nutrition and hydration


20 May

Taman Tasik Titiwangsa
Parking Area in front of Restoran Nelayan Titiwangsa

The psychology of competition


3 June

Taman Bukit Jalil

Three weeks to go


10 June

Taman Bukit Jalil

The taper (Carbohydrate loading and the night before)


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Thursday, February 16, 2012

ENERGIZER NIGHT RACE 2012 – Press Release

Kuala Lumpur, 15 February 2012 – Energizer Malaysia officially launched the Energizer Night Race 2012 with the promise to re-inspire participants and consumers with a new theme – “For a Brighter World”.

The race will be held at the Sepang International Circuit for the second time on April 21 this year, and will be open to 5,000 participants. The race will have three categories – 42km, 15.5km and 5.5km – which involve running on the iconic Sepang International Circuit racetrack in part or in its entirety.

Mr. Mike Foong, Managing Director of Energizer, Malaysia & Sri Lanka

“We at Energizer Malaysia recognise how we can do better than before and deliver a world-class sporting event that embodies our aspirations and corporate responsibility. We have learnt a great deal from the previous two races, and will very actively oversee this year’s race organisation while working very closely with the race organiser and Sepang International Circuit, our venue partner.”

“We sincerely thank all parties for the support and input since last year’s race and look forward to a better and improved Energizer Night Race 2012,” said Mr. Mike Foong, Managing Director of Energizer Malaysia Sdn Bhd

Mr. Mike Foong, Managing Director of Energizer Malaysia Sdn Bhd announced that Twenty-First Century Sports Sdn Bhd has been appointed as the race organiser and director after considering feedback from previous participants as well as the company’s experience and track record.


About ENERGIZER – The Event Owner & Title Sponsor

Energizer Holdings, Inc. [NYSE: ENR], headquartered in St. Louis, Mo., is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of primary batteries and portable flashlights and lanterns. Energizer is a global leader in the dynamic business of providing power solutions with a full portfolio of products including Energizer® brand battery products Energizer MAX premium alkaline; Energizer Advanced performance alkaline; Energizer Ultimate Lithium; Rechargeable batteries and charging systems; and portable flashlights and lanterns.

Established in 1959 Energizer Malaysia has 140 employees and has been the #1 selling brand of batteries since 1959.

Twenty-First Century Sports Sdn Bhd – Event Organiser

For many elite and regular runners, Twenty-First Century Sports Sdn Bhd is no longer a stranger. But, for the benefit of the larger segment of new comers, lets take a look at who are they. After the damage in ENR2011 race, runners are more critical and began to scrutinize the race organiser/technical official to ensure a safer run.

The company is the brain-child of 2 brothers, Nithi Vegayathunam and Anand Vegayathunam also known as The Orange Man. Established in 1996, they specialises in Corporate Sports Branding with many road races under their arm. Some of the races successfully organised or technically assisted by them are –

Putrajaya Night Marathon

The Shape & Men’s Health Night Run

Siemen Run

RMAF Half Marathon 2008

AmBank KL International Marathon

Ekiden 2008 & 2009

Larian Bomba

The Edge Rat Race and many more.

You may find more details about them at http://www.twentyfirstcenturysports.com

Kiwanis Malaysia – The Beneficiary of the Charity Cause

Kiwanis is an international not-for-profit organisation well-known for its established initiatives such as the Kiwanis Down Syndrome Foundation and the Service Leadership Program (SLP), an international youth development program that provides leadership training.

Mr. Ng Bee Keong, Governor of Kiwanis Malaysia, said, “the various fund-raising initiatives in conjunction with the Energizer Night Race will benefit our 20 permanent Kiwanis Centres that serve and educate children and youths living with disabilities, as well as our ‘Going to School with Kiwanis’ programme that equips primary school children from poor families with a dictionary to inspire them to excel in school,”

More details about Kiwanis at www.kiwanis.org

More about the ENR2012 in the coming post . . . . .. . . .