Saturday, May 18, 2013

OLYMPIC DAY RUN 2013

23 June 2013 (Sunday)  / 7.30am  / Dataran Merdeka

The favorite fun run in town is back!

The Olympic Day Run is expecting to attract 15,000 participants this year. This is the 10th time that McDonald's and the Olympic Council of Malaysia is collaborating in this event. There will be a special surprised awaiting participants who collect their race pack on the first collection day, that is on Thursday 20 June 2013.

McDonald's, which was the Official Restaurant of the London 2012 Olympic Games, works with National Olympic Council all around the world for this annual global event. In Malaysia, the company has been working with OCM since 2004 to encourage Malaysians to pursue an active, healthy lifestyle.

From Left to Right: OCM Deputy President Datuk A. Sani Karim,
OCM President Y.A.M. Tunku Tan Sri Imran Ibni Almarhum Tuanku Ja'afar
with Raja Zamilia

"We are delighted to reach a milestone with the 10th Olympic Day Run thru this strategic partnership with OCM. At McDonald's, we have always believed in promoting balance, active lifestyles - and have introduced even more family activities this year. We are definitely looking forward to bringing Malaysians together to celebrate the Olympic spirit in a fun and memorable way!" said Director of Corporate Communications for McDonald's Malaysia, Raja Zamilia Datuk Mansur.

Entry forms are available at McDonald's restaurant in the Klang Valley and the Federal Territory Amateur Athletic Association's (FTAAA) headquarters.You may also download the form HERE
 
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About the Olympic Day Run
The Olympic Day Run began in 1987 to commemorate the foundation of the IOC on June 23, 1894 by Baron Pierre de Coubertin. The event continues to grow in popularity internationally, from 45 participating National Olympic Committees in its first year to more than 100 at present. More than ten million people, including those with disabilities, have participated in the Olympic Day Run around the world.

About McDonald’s and the Olympic Games
McDonald’s commitment to the Olympic Movement began in 1968, when the company airlifted hamburgers to U.S. athletes in Grenoble, France, after they reported being homesick for American food. McDonald’s has served its menu of choice and variety to millions of athletes, their coaches, families and fans.





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