We are proud to announce the 1st edition of Route 19 Ultra for 2022. This race course traverses through the beautiful and scenic landscape of remote Semenyih. Semenyih Dam is one of the Klang Valley major dams in Selangor, Malaysia. Built in 1985, the dam, with the lovely lake surrounded by green forested hills, provides one of the most breathtaking sights in the country. It also supplies a major portion of drinking water to the Klang Valley population. Semenyih Dam also has become popular with angling enthusiasts, especially on weekends.

We would like to invite you to be part of this exciting road ultramarathon in Malaysia and thank you for your participation.

Route 19 Ultra is proudly brought to you by Malaysia Ultra Running.

Event Info

DATE:  2 & 3 July 2022 (Saturday - Sunday )
VENUE: Semenyih Eco Venture Resort & Recreation 

100KM 2 July 2022, 5.00 pm (Saturday) 3 July 2022, 11.00 am (Sunday) 18 Hour
50KM 3 July 2022, 12.00 am (Sunday) 3 July 2022, 9.00 am (Sunday) 9 Hour
21KM 3 July 2022, 7.00 am (Sunday) 3 July 2022, 10.30 am (Sunday) 3 hour 30 min

Race Participant

The race is open to all men and women of all nationalities aged 18 years and above on race day.
Runners DO NOT need to complete any road race prior to joining this event. However, the organizers would like to caution all participants that an ultramarathon is not easy, and recommends that you should have completed some long distance road races in order to be well prepared for this event.

Race Format

All runners will start and finish at Semenyih Eco Venture Resort & Recreation, Selangor 

Participants of the 100km category will do 1 loops of the entire race course of 100km. A single 100km loop will cover 11 waterstations before U-turning at Pangsun located in Hulu Langat, covering approximately 50km one way. At The Pangsun station you will be allowed access to your drop bag "50km mark". You will then take the same route back towards the Semenyih. Total elevation for 100km runners is about 1900 m+ gain. 

You will be making your way through 3 waterstations and U-turning at waterstation CP3, covering approximately 25km one way. You will then take the same route back towards to the Semenyih. Total elevation for 50km runners is about 1000 m+ gain. 

You will be making your way through 2 waterstations and U-turning at waterstation CP2, covering approximately 10km+ one way. You will then take the same route back towards to the Semenyih. Total elevation for 21km runners is about 300 m+ gain. 

You have to cross the finish line within your respective categories' cut off time to be a finisher of the race

Categories & Entry Fee (MYR)

Category Early Bird
till 14 Feb 2022
Normal Entry
15 Feb 2022 - 31 Mar 2022
Late Entry
01 Apr 2022 - 01 May 2022
Entry Slot (pax)
100KM 380 430 480 300
50KM 280 330 380 300
21KM 150 200 250 300


  • Bib with timing chip
  • Event Tee
  • Finisher Tee (finished within cut-off time)
  • Finisher Medal (finished within cut-off time)
  • E-certificate
  • Food & beverage provided 
  • Ambulance Medical support​
  • Insurance coverage (GPA)
  • Rapid Test Kit (RTK)

Race Kit Collection

Date:11:00am - 7:00pm

Self Collection:
Kindly be reminded to bring your confirmation slip or NRIC for verification.

Collection on behalf:

- Kindly ensure that your collector has your collection details for verification.
- Collection details : confirmation slip or copy of NRIC (soft-copy accepted)

For Outstation or International runners:
- You may arrange for collection on behalf too. Read " Collection on behalf ".
- For your convenience, you may also self collect on the race day itself 1-2 hour before the race flag off.

Event Tee & Finisher Tee

Route 19 Ultra 2022

Podium Winner

Category 100KM 50KM 21KM
Men Open <39 Top 10 Top 10 Top 10
Men Veteran 40-49 Top 10 Top 10 Top 10
Men Sr. Veteran 50> Top 10 Top 10 Top 10
Women Opem <39 Top 10 Top 10 Top 10
Women Veteran 40-49 Top 10 Top 10 Top 10
Women Sr. Veteran 50> Top 10 Top 10 Top 10

Top 10 winners for each categories : Men / Women Open, Veteran, Senior Veteran.Age follow by D.O.B (e.g : 1 Jan 1982 as "age 40" / 31 Dec 1982 as "age 39") before race date 2-3 July 2022.

Best Team Performance

  • If you would like to represent your running club with your Route 19 Ultra participation, you may enter your running club name in the system during registration.
  • The Organizer will choose the 2 winning running club as Best Team Performance award on the race day 3rd July 2022.
  • The 2 Best Team Performance is determined based on the total accumulative mileage and the faster time from all the same running club members.

Mandatory Gears

Hydration Bag or Belt or Bottle min 1000ml min 500ml min 300ml
Headlamp + Spare battery Yes Yes -
Reflective Vest  Yes Yes Yes
Blinker Yes Yes -
Mobile Phone Yes Yes Yes
Emergency Blanket Yes Yes -
Personal Cup or Bottle Yes Yes Yes
Face Mask Yes Yes Yes
Hand sanitiser Yes Yes Yes

​​All runners must carry all mandatory gears at all times. The organizers and crew have the right to perform random gear checks on any participants at any point of the race. Should a runner be found without the possession of a mandatory gear, he/she will not be allowed to continue on the course until a suitable replacement gear is found.​​

Recomemded Gears

  1. Sports gels and nutrition, electrolyte tablets, salt sticks
  2. Medical kit (adhesive bandage, scissors)
  3. Deep cold spray or gel 
  4. Sun block
  5. Sun cap
  6. Rain coat/jacket 

Baggage Services

Baggage service available at the race site during the race day 2-3 July 2022 for all category.

Drop Bag Services

100KM : CP6 station (49km) 
50KM : No Drop bag for 50km 


GPS coordinates: 3.02913, 101.86650
If you're using WAZE or Google Maps, search for: Semenyih Eco Venture
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Rules & Regulations


  1. You must obey the instructions of the event marshals at all times. 
  2. If you miss the cut-off time for your category, you must withdraw from the race as instructed.
  3. Littering is strictly prohibited. Any runner seen littering along the route will be penalized. ​
  4. Damaging or disturbing any flora or fauna is strictly prohibited.
  5. Doping or use of drugs is strictly prohibited.
  6. Breaking any of the rules mentioned may incur a time penalty or disqualification.  Any such penalties are at the race organisers discretion and are final.
  7. The organisers reserve the right to make changes to the event rules and requirements, route or other arrangements as they deem appropriate.
  8. Participants must provide true and accurate information to the organisers.  Any wilful dishonesty may render a participant's entry invalid and the organisers reserve the right to amend or cancel such participant's entry without compensation.

The rules and regulations of the Route 19 Ultra is designed to safeguard the safety  of all runners, crew and organizers as well as to ensure the event runs as smoothly as possible during and after the race day with minimal disruptions. It is the runners’ responsibilities to read and understand the set of rules listed below. Failure to adhere to these rules may result in the disqualification of the runner. 

  • Equipment: All runners must carry all mandatory gears at all times. Race officials have the right to perform random gear checks on any participants at any point of the race. Should a runner be found without the possession of a mandatory gear, he/she will not be allowed to continue on the course and will be DISQUALIFIED (DQ) from the race.
  • Mandatory gear use: Mandatory to wear your reflective vest all time, switch on your blinker attached to your back and run with your headlamp on. After 8.00am you may remove and keep your blinker and headlamp in your bag/pouch. Wear your reflective vest all time. Use headlamp or blinker when visibility is poor due to thunderstorm or cloudy conditions. All mandatory items MUST be carried at all times by yourself even when not in use.
  • Cut-off times: Cut-off times will be strictly enforced throughout the race. Runners must check out from a water station before the designated cut-off time of the station. All decisions by race officials are final and non-negotiable.
  • No short-cutting: All runners must follow the marked path along the race course without taking any shortcuts (unless instructed by the volunteers). Any runners caught violating this rule by taking a shortcut or hopping on a vehicle will be DISQUALIFIED (DQ).
  • No pacers allowed: Strictly no ‘unofficial pacers’ are allowed throughout the entire race. If you’re caught with a pacer (either on foot or on any vehicles) you will be DISQUALIFIED (DQ) except for 168km category. 
  • No unauthorized aid stations: To ensure race fairness to all runners, no unauthorized aid stations should be set up by anyone throughout the race course. We welcome all supporters to setup their aid stations at all the designated water stations. Thank you for supporting the runners along their grueling journey.
  • Do not litter:  Kindly carry your trash and dispose them at the bins provided at each waterstation.
  • Road use and crossing: There will be no road closure for this race. There will be vehicles using the same road as you during the race. Please be courteous to the other vehicles and let them pass through before continuing your journey. Always run on the shoulder on the road and BECAREFUL of fast approaching vehicles. You are responsible for your own safe-being on the race course.
  • Instructions from volunteers: At certain points of the race, volunteers may redirect you from the race course for safety purposes. Always follow the instructions of the volunteers to avoid untoward incidence.
  • 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)
  • Runners are classified as the following
  1. Any runner who dropped out of the race: Did Not Finish (DNF)
  2. Any runner who missed the cut-off of a waterstation: Did Not Finish (DNF)
  3. Any runner who registered and not start the race: Did Not Start (DNS)​
Offense Status
Running without a bib or bib registered to another runner. Disqualified (DQ)
Do not carry mandatory equipment Disqualified (DQ)
Short cutting / Did not pass checkpoint Disqualified (DQ)
Assistance from non official pacers
​(pacing or food/hydration)
Disqualified (DQ)

Medical Assistance During The Race

  • In order to ensure race safety, race organizer will prepare and arrange for rescue and medical assistance during the race.
  • Race organizer has purchased Public Liability Insurance for this event, it is strongly recommended that the runners have obtained an adequate Personal Medical Insurance coverage.
  • If necessary, and in the interests of the person being rescued, at the exclusive discretion of the organizers, the official medical rescue services may be called upon to take over operations, using any means they consider appropriate, including an ambulance. Any costs deriving from such exceptional transport will be charged to the person who has been rescued.
  • The Medic Team are authorized to withdraw any runners that they consider as unfit, The runner bib will be removed as part of the DNF (Did Not Finish) procedures.
  • Depending on your condition, an emergency evacuation may be required. This evacuation will be at the expense of the person being rescued. For overseas racers, it is strongly recommended that you obtain adequate travel insurance coverage

Runners Responsibilities

  • You understand the unique nature and requirements of competing in an ultra-long distance running race. You will be running all day and have undertaken the necessary training to compete in such a race.
  • You hereby fully release the organiser team, members, and crew from any and/or all responsibility or liability for any loss of or damage to any of my property, or any injury or death to me arising in any manner whatsoever (including by way of negligence of any other person or entity) out of my participation in the Event.
  • 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, deteriorating weather conditions (raining, strong winds) and other troubles expected when traveling across road.
  • 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.

Additional Info

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

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