Highland Ultra Challenge 24hour, 12 Hour and 6 Hour Race Category can be approached in several different ways. Many will test themselves to see exactly how far they can run in this set amount of time. Others will use it to run a goal distance in a fully-supported race setting without the worry of deadlines or cut-offs. Others will simply run to see if they can keep moving for that long!

Few are expected to run without any stopping the whole time. Walk breaks are advised. Runners will also pass through the Start/Finish area with each loop and will have the chance to stock up on fuel, change shoes or clothing, visit friends, etc. Support crew may set up personal "support stations" near the start/finish area. Expect a party-like atmosphere as you come around each loop with support personnel ready to get you whatever you need. There will be an abundance of hot and cold food of many different varieties to keep everyone full and happy.

Race Info

Race Date: 3 - 4 December 2022
Race Time: 7:00am - 7:00am (Saturday - Sunday)
Race Venue:  GRAND ION DELEMEN, Genting Highlands
Race Day Temperature: 13°C - 21°C
Route : Road Running (Jalan ION Delemen)
Race Course : 7km / loop
Lap & Breaks : You can take a break anytime you like but always leave and enter the course at the correct point.
Winning Criteria : No minimum distance required. Participant with the longest distance clocked in will be the top winner.

Race Kit Collection

Location: TBA
Date: TBA
Time:: 11:00am - 6:00pm
Documents needed: Race confirmation slip or personal identification (IC / Passport)

Race Categories/Entry Fee

Category
Early Bird
​(before 31 May 2022)
Normal Entry
(1 June - 31 Sept 2022)
Podium Ranking
 24 Hour | Men & Women 
Open, Veteran, Sr Veteran

​(Sat 7am - Sun 7am)
350
400
Top10  Men & Women
Open, Veteran
Sr Veteran
12 Hour A | Men & Women 
Open, Veteran, Sr Veteran

​(Sat 7am - Sat 7pm)
300
350
Top10  Men & Women
Open, Veteran
Sr Veteran
12 Hour B | Men & Women 
Open, Veteran, Sr Veteran

​(Sat 7pm - Sun 7am)
300
350
Top10  Men & Women
Open, Veteran
Sr Veteran
6 Hour A | Men & Women 
Open, Veteran, Sr Veteran

​(Sat 7am - Sat 1pm)
250
300
Top10  Men & Women
Open, Veteran
Sr Veteran
6 Hour B | Men & Women 
Open, Veteran, Sr Veteran

​(Sat 1pm - Sat 7pm)
250
300
Top10  Men & Women
Open, Veteran
Sr Veteran
6 Hour C | Men & Women 
Open, Veteran, Sr Veteran

​(Sat 7pm - Sun 1am)
250
300
Top10  Men & Women
Open, Veteran
Sr Veteran
6 Hour D | Men & Women 
Open, Veteran, Sr Veteran

​(Sun 1am - Sun 7am)
250
300
  Top10  Men & Women
Open, Veteran
Sr Veteran
100 Km | Men & Women 
Open, Veteran, Sr Veteran

14 loop x 7km ​(Sat 7am - Sun 7am)
350
400
Top10  Men & Women
Open, Veteran
Sr Veteran

100km, 24 Hour , 12 Hour, 6 Hour Category, Age Guidelines :
Men Open : Below 39
Women Open : Below 39
Men Senior : 39-49
Women Senior : 39-49​
Men Senior Veteran : Above 50
Women Senior Veteran : Above 50

Winner/Podium:

Top 10 from each Category , Men Open, Women Open, Men Senior, Women Senior

Cut Off Time
Runners can set out on a final lap as long as they can reach back the finishing line before cut off time (12hour) and this final lap will be counted into the final result.

Entitlement

  • Event Tee
  • Finisher Tee
  • Bib with Timing Chip 
  • E-Certificate 
  • Food & Beverage 
  • Breakfast , ​Lunch and dinner 

Event Tee & Finisher Tee

Event & Finisher Tee Shirt Size Chart - Adult
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Mandatory Item

  • Reflective vest
  • Headlamp or  Hand Torch (night use)

Recommended Item

  • Spare Running Shoes
  • Personal Cup or Water Bottle or Hydration bag
  • Plaster & anti chafing cream
  • Windbreaker / Jacket
  • ​Emergency Blanket 
  • Sunblock
  • ​Cap

Support Station

There are water stations being setup near the Start/End point. Runners will also have an area next to the course where they can leave their own food and drink. (BYOB - Bring Your Own Bottle concept)

Race Course Map

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Rules & Regulations

  • If you come across a participant who is unable to move on their own due to injury or sickness , lying down or hunched over along the course, please check to see if they are alright. If the person requires emergency assistance, please give priority to help that person by informing the race personnel or volunteers for their immediate assistance.
  • Do not cause any damage to the property located along the race course.
  • Please treat the Volunteer staffs with respect and appreciation for their hard work too at all times.
  • In order to ensure race safety, the organizer will prepare and arrange for rescue and medical assistance during the race. However, each participant must recognize and understand that there are risks that may cause injuries or accidents associated with long hours running.
  • You are responsible for yourself and will be participating in this race at your own risk.
  • Race directors reserves the right to cancel the race in the event of natural disasters or extreme weather, including (not limited to) haze. thunderstorm, landslide.
Prohibited Actions
  • Taking shortcuts and/or running off the track.
  • Throwing garbage onto the race course.
  • Cheating (e.g. using other means of transportation, using substitute runners, and other unlawful actions)
  • Continuing to run after the cutoff times.
  • Doping and the use of prohibited drugs.
  • Do not litter. Kindly carry your trash and dispose them at the bins provided at each water station.
  • Bib exchange without updating the organizer on the latest runner's information. Participants are not allowed to proceed the race with the race bib carrying other participant's information, due to safety reasons during emergencies.
General Responsibilities of the Participant 
  • You understand the requirements of competing in an long distance running race. You will be running all day and have undertaken the necessary training to compete in such a race.
  • You will be responsible for yourself and have the ability to deal with any problems that may be encountered during the race.
  • You are able to deal with, on your own without assistance during deteriorating weather conditions (raining, strong winds) and other troubles expected when traveling across route.
  • You are able to deal with extreme fatigue, internal organ and digestive problems, muscle pain, mild physical injuries and psychological problems on your own.
  • You are fully aware that when participating in an outdoor activity such as this race, your safety depends on your own skills and abilities.
  • Lack of respect for others (organisation or runners) Note : a participant whose supporters are uncivil and/or refuse to respect the organisation's instructions will be penalised. (Disqualify)

Additional Info

  • Race bib must be worn and visible in front of runner at all times, during the race.
  • We do not condone and allow unofficial bib exchange or selling. All winner will be verified with the original IC or passport.

Accomodation Booking

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Organizer

Organizer Name: Malaysia Ultra Running
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/myultrarunning/
Email: myultrarunning@gmail.com

Contact Us

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