There is a drop bag service for 100KM runners without a support crew. Initially, only one
drop bags area that we appoint for 100km at CP6 (Kuala Razila)
. Drop bags can be useful for
extra food, gels, body lubricant, spare socks, clothing, batteries and spare headlamp at the
checkpoints and for warm, dry clothing and footwear at the finish.
One drop bag per runner is permitted for each of the above locations. Drop bags must be
Closeable and SOFT
(Woven Bag is strongly recommended). Plastic bags and hard plastic
boxes will not be accepted. Checkpoint drop bags must be less than 20 litre in volume and
less than 5kg in weight. Drop bags must not contain any glass bottles and any liquids must
be limited and if included, must be securely contained. Valuable items should not be left in
All drop bags must be clearly marked with NAME, BIB NUMBER and CATEGORY
(100KM SOLO /
100KM DUO ). Write on the drop bag with a thick permanent marker pen rather than trying to attach
a label that may be ripped from your bag in transport and handling.
- Checkpoint drop bags must be delivered to Drop Bag Counter at Race Check-In on the
Friday evening (22 March 2019) between 2:00 pm and 8:00pm. It is the responsibility of
the runner to ensure checkpoint drop bags are placed into the correct checkpoint counter
on the Friday evening.
- At the drop bag location, checkpoint staff will line up drop bags in race number order. Any
bags without a name and race number written clearly, securely and easily visible will not be
able to be placed into order.
- Only the runner can collect their drop bag at the drop bag locations.
- Drop bags will be returned to the drop bag marquee near the finish area at Gua Tempurung
within 4 hours of the relevant checkpoint cut-off time. It is the responsibility of runners to
collect their own drop bags.
- Any drop bags not collected by 12.00 noon on Sunday will be disposed.