MALATRA ENDURANCE RUN [30-31 Dec 2017] (Categories 24 hours / 12 hours) This event is a road running endurance race for runners, set in a beautiful and expansive park with themed gardens & sweeping views in the heart of Putrajaya.
Our main objective is to promote Saujan Hijau Putrajaya Park to the masses, especially to the local running communities and overseas runners coming to Malaysia as their running and vacation destination.
This race is open to all genders and nationalities, our objective is to promote endurance running inside the beautiful Saujana Hijau Park. Furthermore, this race is to create awareness towards appreciating nature and promote activities to save our nature & rainforest. It’s a 3km loop route inside the park with a Cut Off time of 24 hours and 12 hours. Runners with the most distance covered within 24 hours and 12 hours will be declared as Winners. Absolutely no pacers allowed.
SUNGAI MENYALA FOREST TRAIL [1 APRIL 2018] 2nd Edition.
One of the fastest races on the Asia Trail Master Championship calendar has opened the registration for next year's edition, scheduled for 1 April 2018. Sungai Menyala Forest Trail offers a 50 km trail in dense ancient rainforest and is also one of the more accessible races with Port Dickson being just an hour's drive away from Kuala Lumpur.
The event also has shorter distances on its menu for the less ambitious runners, or indeed for people who would like to get a first taste of running on trails as opposed to running on roads. For the ATM Championship, though, it is the 50K that matters with the standard 500 points to be scored by the winners (100 finisher points, 400 performance points).
Filipino runners set Sungai Menyala alight last April 2017 with ATM Champion Manolito Divina beating a star-filled race including the likes of Steven Ong, Arief Wismoyono and Pablo Diago Gonzales. In the women's, Sandi Menchi scored one of her three ATM race victories this season ahead of Jessica Lintanga and Jeri Chua. Also in 2018 race director Razif Yahya expects an influx of fast trail runners into Port Dickson, especially the the introduction of new single 50km route,
100k & 63k(6am start, Kathmandu) This Ultra Trail race begins in the tourist district of Thamel, in the heart of Kathmandu. It follows the main highway to Bhudanilkantha, passing many western embassies before heading into the Shivapuri Watershed and Wildlife Reserve. It then heads down the ridge through a forest of oaks and rhododendron to Chisopani (2300m) where it joins the main trekking route to Helambu and Langtang.
The trail commences downhill to Patybanjyang, where you will experience some great views of the Himalayas. From Patybanjyang you will follow the main Helambu trekking route to Thankuni, from there you will follow the trail to Batase Village.
The surrounding scenery on this ultra trail run is breathtaking, and you will look across a vast valley and see rice fields, villages and people going about their daily lives in rural Nepal.
Both ultra trails 100k & 63k begins at 1,400m in Kathmandu and climbs up to 2,500m before descending to 830m at the lowest point- the finishing point at Batase Village is 1,800m.
[All trail runners spend the night following the race in Batase village. Same day return to Kathmandu is only possible in emergency cases and by special request. Travel down the mountain by night is hair raising!]
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