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The Great Relay Hong Kong

04/11/2018 09:00
04/11/2018 18:00

REGISTRATION OPEN NOW

The Great Relay, Hong Kong is a team trail running event. The race is run in a relay format where teams will collectively complete 3 hours (only 11-17 year old), 5 hours or 10 hours on a 5.5km trail loop around the Aberdeen Reservoirs in Aberdeen Country Park.

Each team consist of 4 runners. Each team member runs a lap of the 5.5km loop exchanging a running baton with the next team mate. Your team will continue to do this until the team has completed the registered time.

The exchange area is located at the Aberdeen country park. This gives you and your team the opportunity to cheer on the runners at the baton exchange. If you're in a competitive team, you can watch the electronic leaderboard intently. Otherwise, sit-back (while you're not running!) and enjoy the festivities: music, food and drink, and lots of atmosphere.

TGR Hong Kong takes place on November 4th, 2018, with the start and finish area once again at the Aberdeen Country Park.

As a team running event, the race is run in a relay format where teams will collectively complete 3, 5 or 10 hours on a 5km loop around the Upper and Lower Aberdeen Country Park reservoirs, on a mix of natural trail and tarmac.

Register now at: https://www.fringebacker.com/en/event/the-great-relay-hong-kong-2018/

TEAM INFO
3 hours - Team of 3 (all under 18 years old)

5 or 10 hours - Team of 4

Teams can be all female, all male, or mixed.

Each team member runs a lap exchanging a running baton with the next team mate. Your team will continue to do this until the team has completed the registered time. This gives you and your team the opportunity to cheer on the runners at the baton exchange. If you’re in a competitive team, you can watch the electronic leaderboard intently.

Otherwise, sit-back (while you’re not running!) and enjoy the festivities: music, food and drink, and lots of atmosphere.