Submitted by takeshi on 27. October 2006 - 0:20
Director of the Human Performance Laboratory at the University of Texas at Austin, Edward Coyle used simple physiological measurements to formulate a prediction of what the top marathoners of the day are capable of running.
Submitted by ksk on 26. October 2006 - 16:48
Has anyone signed up for this race? It's a quite complicated procedure of application. You need to join one of their running clubs (free) before you may use the online application form. After all the hassles and three weeks, I got a confirmation email that my application for the club membership is approved but they didn't say if my entry to the race is also accepted.
Submitted by runningkam on 26. October 2006 - 13:53
Can anyone advise if this race still on??? as scheduled for 17/dec. please
Submitted by law_mo on 26. October 2006 - 9:33
As there is almost no discussion on the subject event, wonder if anyone has registered for the race and received acceptance letter. It is mentioned in application form the acceptance letter should have mailed out on Oct 25 but I still have not recevied yet.
Submitted by street runner on 23. October 2006 - 12:25
I've entered the above race. Could any member advise on the starting point/gathering place of the race and how I can get there by public transport.
Submitted by catherine on 17. October 2006 - 15:05
The English version of the entry form is now avaialble from www.avohk.org or from the calendar on this web site.
Please note the bus information for Central is provisional.
Submitted by blurmax on 17. October 2006 - 12:12
Anybody has knowledge whether the 2nd Hong Kong Runner Marathon will be held on 2006/11/26?
Submitted by keithchan on 12. October 2006 - 20:26
Just received the entry allotment confirmation email for the marathon on Feb 18. Any of you who have registered also received the confirmation? Please keep in touch in due course.
Submitted by john cable on 8. October 2006 - 22:15
The maximum age for today’s (8/10) HKHA 50K race was 55. As I (59) wanted to run the 50K, I asked the organizers, who said “no problem, but you will have to be in the senior category”. (If you want to see it, the entry form for this race is in Chinese only – since the vast majority of runners in HK are much happier with Chinese than with English.) I was happy with this, and as it turned out, I beat a much younger runner who beat me by 11 minutes in last week’s 36K race. I was also beaten by someone I beat last week.
Submitted by kato on 7. October 2006 - 17:46
Does anyone know the exact date that the Xiamen Marathon is being held in 2007?