Hi HK Runners,
All categories of next year race have already been filled up, amazing! I wonder if anyone can help to find out how many applicants for half-marathon and full-marathon; how many reported to start-line and how many finisher for both events for SC marathon 2006. I try to sum up the data from hkmarathon website but the total no. of finisher are different in each individual category.
I am just wondering why there is a time gap between release of results of different races. I am not blaming anyone here but just curious.
Is it correct that delayed release is due to because some organisers need to check several times before releasing results or because shortage of staff working.
Does anyone know about the traffic control in the Tin Shui Wai area tomorrow? I'm going to drive there & afraid that some roads leading to the race area will be blocked. Last year I arrived very early (before 7am) & could park at Tin Hang Estate.
Curious as to whether or not others agree, but having just moved from NY I've found it painfully difficult to find good long distance routes (at least that are easy to get to from Central) and well-organized races that do not seem too competitive and easy to follow.
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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.
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.
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