Saturday, January 31, 2015
THE DREAM BOYZ小电影
A story about 8 friends working together to come out with their own small movie to save their drama club but in the process of producing the movie, the gang faces all sorts of problems and obstacles that put their friendships to the test…
Release date: 12 Feb 2015
Director: Ryon Lee
Casts: FS [Fuying & Sam], Eric Lin, Alvin Chong, Rayz Lim, Teddy Chin, Wang Qie, Mindee Tan, Jack Lim, Jeff Chin and many more.
Genre: Youth, Motivational
Running Time: 102 mins
The generous people at RAM Entertainment is giving 10 lucky readers of this blog two tickets each to watch "THE DREAM BOYZ" Special Preview Screening.
Date : 3rd Feb 2015 (Tuesday)- Public Holiday (Thaipusam)
Venue : GSC Pavilion KL
Time : 5.00pm (Movie Starts)
Collection of ticket at Center Court, Level 2, Pavilion KL, at 2pm. Meet the fans session will be held around 2:30pm.
Here's how you can win. Answer this simple question
Who is the director of THE DREAM BOYZ?
The 10 readers will win a pair of tickets each. Send your entry via email to email@example.com with the subject "THE DREAM BOYZ" not later than this Monday, 2 Feb 2015 (12pm) . Winner will be contacted via email. Do include your FULL NAME, IC Number and Phone Number.
Friday, January 30, 2015
What? KL Tower International Towerthon Challenge 2015
When? 17 May 2015, Sunday, 5:00am
Where? Menara Kuala Lumpur/ KL Tower
Who? Organised by Menara Kuala Lumpur
How? Manual Registration is Open at KL Tower. Online registration HERE. :)
Runwitme says: Be prepared to wake your legs up for the 2058 steps of the 421 meters tall tower! It's gonna be epic!
Kuala Lumpur, January 22nd 2015 - i-Care Optometry Bangsar Village announced their partnership with Luxottica today as the first Luxottica concept store in Malaysia.
Luxottica Group is a leader in design, manufacture, distribution and sales of premium fashion, luxury and sports eyewear. Luxottica has the most extended worldwide retail network for prescription and sun segments comprising over 7,000 stores worldwide in North America, Asia-Pacific, China, South Africa and Europe and a strong and well-balanced brand portfolio.
i-Care Optometry Bangsar Village carries some of Luxottica’s best known and most prestigious eyewear brands in the global fashion and luxury industries such as RAY- BAN, OAKLEY, BURBERRY, BVLGARI, COACH, DOLCE & GABBANA, EMPORIO ARMANI, GIORGIO ARMANI and PRADA.
Being one of the leading eye care and eyewear providers in Klang Valley and Kuala Lumpur, i-Care Optometry provides qualified Optometrists and Opticians who endlessly pursue to provide quality professional eye examinations. Well trained Optical Dispensers and Fashion Consultants are also known for their friendly services in all their outlets.
“We are very excited and proud to be entering this new partnership with Luxottica, a leader in design, manufacture, distribution and sales of premium fashion, luxury and sports eyewear,” said Kevin Siew, Managing Director of i-Care Optometry. He added, “i-Care Optometry will have a wide influence in fashion, luxury and sports with eyewear products that are exciting to our customers. We are confident that this partnership will have great success.”
Conveniently located in Bangsar Village, i-Care Optometry is easily accessible for those staying in Klang Valley and Kuala Lumpur.
Its opening will feature a special ventriloquist performance along with the eyewear show to officiate the new impressive store.
At its media launch held at Bangsar Village, i-Care Optometry revealed a number of new collections for Men and Women.
This season’s most stylish range for women comprises of COACH – Kissing C (Pamela), BURBERRY – Canvas Check, DOLCE & GABBANA - Filigrana, PRADA – Baroque and BVLGARI - Serpenti Limited Collection
Also stealing the show for men are eyewear from EMPORIO ARMANI Essential Eagle Collection, OAKLEY - Carbon Plate, RAY-BAN Wayfarer Denim and GIORGIO ARMANI - Timeless Elegance collection
“i-Care Optometry has always made it a point to care for the less fortunate. Corporate Social Responsibility is a priority for us,” said Kevin Siew Managing Director of i-Care Optometry. To spread the love as we began the year 2015, i-Care Optometry will sponsor vision care including eye test, spectacles frames and lenses worth RM3000 to LightHouse Children Welfare Home Association for a year long supply.
LightHouse Children Welfare Home Association, Kuala Lumpur is a welfare home established since May 2005 in Malaysia. The home looks after under privileged children from various troubled background such as alcoholic and drug addicted parents, single parents, children from hard-core poor families and some who have even been physically and sexually abused. LightHouse believes very much in their tagline, “Every Child Counts”.
Thursday, January 29, 2015
KUALA LUMPUR, Jan 26 (Bernama) -- Several roads around the city will be closed gradually beginning from Sunday (Feb 1) to make way for the Nike We Run KL 2015 event and the Thaipusam chariot procession.
Kuala Lumpur Traffic Police chief ACP Mohd Nadzri Hussain in a media statement on Monday said for the run to be held on Feb 1, the roads would be closed from 5 am to 10 am, in Jalan Petaling, Jalan Maharajalela, Jalan Kinabalu, Jalan Hishamudin, Jalan Raja, Jalan Tuanku Abdul Rahman, Jalan Dang Wangi, Jalan Ampang, Jalan Sultan Ismail, Jalan P. Ramlee, Jalan Raja Chulan, Jalan Perak, Jalan Kuching, Jalan Loke Yew, Cheras Roundabout (U-turn), Dewan Bahasa Roundabout and Stadium Merdeka.
Meanwhile, for the Thaipusam chariot procession, the roads would be closed in stages from Feb 1 to 4.
According to Mohd Nadzri, the procession will begin on Feb 1 at the Sri Maha Mariamman Temple in Jalan Tun H.S. Lee and proceed along Jalan Sultan, Jalan Pudu, Jalan Tun Perak, Leboh Ampang, Jalan Ampang, Jalan Munshi Abdullah, Jalan Dang Wangi, past Sogo, Jalan Raja Laut, Jalan Sri Amar, Jalan Tun Razak (the U-turn in front of the Fire and Rescue Station), Jalan Ipoh (Jalan Salleh), Jalan Kovil Hilir, Lorong Kovil Hulu, Jalan Perhentian, Jalan Ipoh, Jalan Ipoh Batu 5 and to Batu Caves.
He also said that several roads would again be closed during the return procession on Feb 4 starting at the Sri Subramaniam Temple in Batu Caves and proceed along Jalan Ipoh Batu 5, Jalan Ipoh, Jalan Perhentian, Lorong Kovil Hulu, Jalan Kovil Hilir, Jalan Tun Razak, Jalan Ipoh, Jalan Raja Laut, Jalan Dang Wangi, Jalan Munshi Abdullah, Jalan Ampang, Leboh Ampang, Jalan Tun Perak, Jalan Sultan, Jalan Hang Kasturi, Jalan Hang Lekir and to the Sri Maha Mariamman Temple in Jalan Tun H.S. Lee.
"Members of the public are advised to take public transportation to reduce traffic congestion during that period," he said.
Wednesday, January 28, 2015
What? Run For Life 4.0 2015
When? 26 April 2015 (Sunday) 6:00am
Where? Second College, Universiti Putra Malaysia, Serdang, Selangor.
How far? 10km for men & 8km for women. (Hurm...why the inequality?)
Who? Second College Students Council 2014/2015(MTM2014/2015) with the cooperation of Management of Second College, Universiti Putra Malaysia.
Why? RFL 4.0 is organized with the aim of to cite funds to help the orphans of Rumah Bakti Nur Syaheera. The donation and the participation of people for the charity run will provide support for them and help them give protection to orphanage in our country.
How to register? Click https://k2upmrunforlife.wordpress.com/
Saturday, January 24, 2015
(Dubai, UAE): It was yet another day of dominance for Ethiopian athletes at the Standard Chartered Dubai Marathon as little known Lemi Berhanu Hayle and the sublime Aselefech Mergia swept the board in the world’s richest marathon.
Just 20 years old, Berhanu left some of the biggest names in long distance running trailing and in warm weather conditions clocked a world leading time of 2:05:28 to win by 24 seconds from 2013 Dubai and Boston champion Lelisa Desisa. Deribe Robi completed an-all Ethiopian podium with a time of 2:06:06. Ethiopia’s superstar Kenenisa Bekele dropped out beyond the 30km mark, appearing to suffer from a leg injury.
In the women’s field, Aselefech Mergia celebrated her 30th birthday in style with a perfect comeback, winning the most thrilling finish in the history of the Standard Chartered Dubai Marathon.
The Ethiopian, who had taken time off competition to have a baby, returned to the marathon for the first time since the summer of 2012, winning in 2:20:02. In a duel right to the line, reigning World Half Marathon Champion Gladys Cherono was beaten by just one second on a superb marathon debut, while fellow Kenyan Lucy Kabuu was third in 2:20:21.
Held under the patronage of HH Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of the Dubai Sports Council, a record field of more than 25,000 runners entered the marathon, the 10km Road Race and the 4km Fun Run on a day that saw the event beamed to millions of homes across the world.
“I never would have thought that I could win this race,” said Berhanu, who collected his trophy from HH Sheikh Mansour bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum and Standard Chartered UAE CEO Mohsin Nathani. “It was my dream to do this in Dubai one day, but I didn’t expect it to happen this year. With around one kilometre to go, I sensed that I could win.”
He has now improved by more than five minutes and is unbeaten in two races. “If my federation selects me then I would really like to run the marathon in the World Championships in the summer,” added Berhanu, who said he had no idea what to do with the prize money of US$200,000. “I never thought about the money. I really don’t know what I will do with it.”
Meanwhile Dubai proved a tough marathon experience for Kenenisa Bekele. After winning his debut in Paris last April with 2:05:04 and finishing fourth in Chicago in 2:05:51, Dubai brought hope but ultimately frustration. Bekele ran in the lead group up to the 28km point but dropped back quickly and finally stopped shortly after 30km.
“Kenenisa suffered hamstring problems in both legs,” said his coach Renato Canova. “But I think the real problem is in his right Achilles tendon. At the end of November he had to reduce training because of this.
“A world record was never a realistic target, but a 2:04 time seemed realistic. When I saw him running today he did not look relaxed, he looked tight, which is why he developed hamstring problems.But I remain very confident for his future marathon carrier - I think he will do really well.”
The strongest women’s field ever in Dubai produced its own share of drama. Firstly the little known Tigist Tufa, Ethiopian-born and running for Bahrain, broke clear shortly after the start and maintained a daunting pace, leading a talented chasing group by a solid minute at 20km, which suggested a 2:18 finishing time.
But she paid the price in the end and was caught by the pack at 34km by a group comprising Aselefech, returning to racing after maternity and in search of a third Dubai title, fellow Ethiopians Aberu Kebede and Shure Demissie along with the Kenyan duo of Lucy Kabuu and 2014 World Half Marathon champion Gladys Cherono, who was making her debut at the distance.
Cherono has dangerous finishing speed over the shorter distances but it was Mergia who won a contest which ran right to the finish line, completing a hat-trick of Dubai titles by just one second.
“I told myself after having my daughter that I could win a marathon again,” she said. “We used the prize money from my first two wins in Dubai [2011 and 2012] to begin building a hotel back home, now we’ll be able to complete the job.”
In the 10km men’s event, victory went to Fikad Kibreab of Eritrea (29m:56s) with Habtom Welderufael - also from Eritrea - in second (29m:58s) and Morocco’s Ihya Ben Youssef in third (30m:18s). Ruqiya Alkhaja of the UAE took the women’s 10km title in 30m:47s, with Eritrea’s Rahma Abas second (37m:46s) and Latifa Essarokh of France in third (37m:47s).
The biggest event of its kind in the Middle East, the Standard Chartered Dubai Marathon drew a mixture of spectators, including Olympians Lord Sebastian Coe and Haile Gebrselassie, HE Mattar Al Tayer (Vice Chairman of the Dubai Sports Council), HE Saeed Hareb (General Secretary of the Dubai Sports Council) and Ahmad Al Kamali (UAE Athletics Federation President and IAAF Member).
In addition to Standard Chartered as title sponsor, the Standard Chartered Dubai Marathon is supported by the Dubai Sports Council, adidas, Dubai Eye 103.8FM, Sport 360, Masafi, Dubai Holding, Dubai Police and the RTA.
Friday, January 23, 2015
Kuala Lumpur, 22nd January 2015 - adidas StellaSport is a brand new adidas sports range aimed at a younger audience, under the creative direction of Stella McCartney. The range which launches this January, combines sport and style with bold branding, explosive colours and fresh prints; redefining sportswear with a brand new approach for the age group.
Designed for the action girl, adidas StellaSport comprises of apparel, footwear and accessories that can be worn from the gym to the city streets yet introducing sports performance technologies. The range includes everything from kit bag essentials to standout statement silhouettes.
Stella McCartney, Creative Director for adidas StellaSport comments:
“The adidas StellaSport girl is young, current and vibrant, looking to make a statement and stand out - we wanted to bring that to life within the collection and fuse performance with style to create - performance pop.”
Unexpected colour blocking features in sporty tanks, bras and tights which are all designed with fast drying climaliteTM fabric ensuring ultimate comfort and everyday wearability; punctuated with modern signature prints and statement silhouettes like the onesie and trainkini.
adidas StellaSport footwear features open mesh uppers for increased ventilation and inbuilt sock liners for a more comfortable fit. The range is completed by a selection of sporty accessories including logo trucker caps, knee high gym socks and pop colour backpacks.
The Spring/Summer adidas StellaSport range is available from February 2nd at the adidas Sports Performance Outlets at Pavilion, Sunway Pyramid and Genting Highlands.
For more photos of the campaign and products, please click HERE.
MELBOURNE/PUTRAJAYA (January 20, 2015) IRONMAN® legend Australia’s Craig Alexander has signed on as the event ambassador for IRONMAN 70.3® Putrajaya for the second year running. The event is supported by Malaysia Major Events (MME) a division of Malaysia Convention & Exhibition Bureau (MyCEB), an agency under the Ministry of Tourism and Culture, Malaysia (MoTAC).
Alexander is looking forward to the 2015 edition of the race, after enjoying the time he spent in Malaysia last year.
“I really loved my time in Putrajaya, it was a great event. I was amazed for a first year event the sort of response it got was fantastic,” he said. “The area has a burgeoning triathlon community that was in need of a race and now they have a good one.”
After a career that’s required him to spend half his year racing in North America, Alexander is excited by the growth of IRONMAN® events in the Asia Pacific region, and what that means for his travel schedule.
“There are so many races in the Asia Pacific region now you can pretty much race an entire season and base yourself at home,” he said. “My son Austin starts school in a few weeks so our plan this year is to spend 70 to 80 per cent of our time based at home,”
More than 1400 competitors are expected to be on the start line for IRONMAN 70.3® Putrajaya, on April 5. The IRONMAN 70.3® Putrajaya is an event not to be missed and athletes are urged to take advantage of the special entry fee before a price increase after January 31st.
Athletes can participate as individual competitors or join as a team to compete alongside some of the world’s fittest endurance athletes. Starting from the iconic Millennium Monument, the one lap swim course is situated in the man made, sheltered canals of Putrajaya Lake.
The iconic Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin Mosque, or commonly known as the Iron Mosque, is the perfect backdrop for swimmers to complete the out and back course. Out onto the bike and cyclists leave transition and head south past some of the City’s most stunning architecture.
The cyclists will complete 2 loops of the 45km route along the winding road networks with smooth road surfaces that result in a very fast bike segment times.
The two lap run course around the Core Island, encapsulates the best of Putrajaya including its natural landscapes and modern architecture.
More information can be obtained from www.ironmanputrajaya.com
Thursday, January 22, 2015
Kuala Lumpur, 13 Januari 2015 – Menyahut seruan kerajaan menerusi kempen Fit Malaysia, Astro Bella bakal menganjurkan sebuah inisiatif kempen kesihatan dan kecergasan, Astro Bella Jom Kurus. Bertujuan menyebarkan kepentingan mengamalkan kehidupan yang sihat dan sejahtera, sasaran utama kempen ini adalah untuk mengurangkan kadar obesiti di kalangan wanita sekaligus meningkatkan keyakinan diri mereka.
Menerusi kempen yang bermula pertengahan Januari sehingga awal Februari ini, Astro Bella akan menyiarkan tips kesihatan dan kecergasan dan program-program istimewa seperti Recepies of Diet Diaries, Aizat Pecah Rahsia, Zon Aktif dan lain-lain pada 8 Februari. Kemuncak kempen ini adalah program Astro Bella Jom Kurus bersama Kevin Zahri di Lost World of Tambun pada 9 dan 10 Februari ini. Untuk menyertai program ini, Astro Bella menganjurkan peraduan secara online dengan syarat dan terma di www.astrogempak.com.my/astrobella dan menerusi radio SINAR fm.
Program Astro Bella Jom Kurus ini bakal dikendalikan pakar kecergasan dan kesihatan, Kevin Zahri serta mendapat sokongan padu daripada Sunway Lost World of Tambun, Perak sebagai penaja lokasi dan KTM-ETS sebagai penaja pengangkutan. Radio SINAR fm turut menyokong sebagai stesen radio rasmi program Jom Kurus ini.
Selain Kevin Zahri, program ini turut diserikan dengan kehadiran Shalma Ainaa dari Hlive dan penampilan Feeya Iskandar, penyampai radio SINAR fm.
Program ini terbuka kepada wanita yang berumur 18 tahun ke atas dan mempunyai BMI melebihi 25. Pelbagai aktiviti menarik akan diadakan seperti ceramah motivasi dan bimbingan kecergasan, cabaran mini bootcamp, spa retreat dan pengembaraan ke Gua Datuk.
Pengurus Saluran Astro Bella, Natasha Hashim berkata, “Program yang akan berlangsung selama dua hari ini diharapkan mampu memberikan motivasi dan mewujudkan kesedaran kepada golongan sasaran ini untuk mengamalkan kehidupan yang sihat seterusnya mengurangkan potensi untuk menghidap penyakit kronik yang berbahaya.
Bermula dengan sokongan yang diberikan kepada larian MAKNA Founder’s Night Run, ‘Astro Bella Runs With Makna’ sempena Kempen Barah Payu Dara pada November lalu, kami di Astro Bella akan terus komited dan menyokong mempromosikan amalan kehidupan sihat dan sejahtera di kalangan masyarakat terutamanya kepada golongan wanita seperti ini.”
Jangan ketinggalan mengikuti kempen Astro Bella Jom Kurus dan rebutlah peluang memenangi program retreat selama 2 hari 1 malam di Lost World of Tambun, Perak beserta pelbagai aktiviti-aktiviti menarik. Untuk maklumat lanjut, layari www.astrogempak.com.my/astrobella. Teruskan sokongan anda dan dapatkan perkembangan terkini di media sosial dengan #astrobellajomkurus
Monday, January 19, 2015
What? UM Spektra Run 2015
When? 26 April 2015 (Sunday)
Where? University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur
Who? Organised by Kolej Kediaman Tuanku Bahiyah, University of Malaya
How far? 5km
How much? RM45
How to register? Online registration is available at myraceonline.com starting from 15 Dec 2014.
Need more details? Click LIKE https://www.facebook.com/LarianSpektra
Runwitme Says: The run is formerly known as The Colour Run. Due to advice form the advice from the UM Legal Department, they have changed the name to Larian Spektra, Universiti Malaya.
Each runner is entitled to event T-shirt, goodie bags, certificate and finisher medals. All proceeds will go to selected charity bodies.
What? TKC Walk-A-Run Carnival
When? 15 February 2015 (sunday) 7:00am
Where? Kompleks Sukan Air, Precinct 6, Putrajaya
Who? Organised by The Malay Girls' College/ Tunku Kurshiah College Old Girls association
Why? To raise funds for the benefit of atheltic and sports development facilities in the newly recolated school in Bandar Enstek, Nilai.
How far? 5km (Flag off for 5km runners followed by 5 km walkers 10 minutes later)
How much? RM50 for individual, RM200 for team
How to register? Click http://tkccarnival.wix.com/tkcwalkaruncarnival
Runwitme Says: Datin Seri Hajah Rosmah Mansor, the wife of the present Prime minister who is also a TKC alumna is the patron for the event. We wonder if she is going to run/ walk with us? Insert wink here.
The first 1000 participants are entitled to a Lifeline ID wrist band (Worth RM60 each).
Prizes are awarded to:
Top 3 fastest individual (men & women categories) and team
Top 3 best dressed individual and team
Top 3 best selfie
Top 3 best wefie
Thursday, January 15, 2015
Kuala Lumpur, 8th December 2014– In January 2015, a group of vibrant youths are organising the Muhibah Walk to promote national unity. At 5pm on 17th January 2015 at Dataran PJ (Padang Timur), thousands of youths from all walks of life, irrespective of race or religious belief will take on the walk to celebrate the Malaysian spirit and to also promote a nation of faces without races.
Organised by the Movement, a youth wing under the NGO, Vision 2 Transform, the Muhibah walk is said to be in line with Malaysia’s vision to create a harmonious and united country.
“Muhibah walk is our visionary way to unite Malaysians of all races. It provides us a platform to bring Malaysians from all walks of life, young and old, to showcase that our hearts and souls connect with one another as Malaysians.
Our diversity is our strength and it is something we can share and embrace. On a personal level, a community level, and a national level, we want to showcase that we can break down all divides and truly be a nation of faces without races,” Janell Bani explained.
According to the organisers, before the walk, participants will gather at the field to sing the national anthem, “Negaraku”, as an expression of respect for sovereignty, national unity, pride and love for the nation before the campaign begins.
She further explained that after the walk, there will be a fun-filled carnival atmosphere with local and upcoming bands performing while families with children will be treated and thrilled with bouncy castles, face-painting and clowns to bring joy and colour to the event. Through the medium of music and arts, the program can allow us to embrace diversity, create a strong sense of community and promote unity. The event will end only at 11pm.
On the topic of national unity, Vice President of Vision 2 Transform, Cyrus Gomez says that, “People’s hearts are all the same. The colour of the skin may be different, but the colour of the heart is the same.” He emphasised that the event is a non-religious and non-political event, hoping that Malaysians from all walks of life can come together for a time of celebration.
“Youths can come together and strategize on this Muhibah Walk platform where they can connect, share and help to build the dreams and aspirations of one another. Muhibah Walk is so relevant because young people are going beyond race and religion to launch something significant to them that they always feel inside their hearts, something beyond. They have the energy to make it happen,” added Gomez.
The organising team have also come up with a promotional video with interviews from prominent leaders and celebrities of Malaysia, like Datin Paduka Marina Mahathir, Dato’ Ambiga Sreenivasan and even Miss Universe Malaysia, Deborah Henry, to name a few. Their full interview can also be found in the official Facebook page.
Everyone is encouraged to join the Muhibah Walk. For all who are interested to come for the walk, they can visit:
According to the organisers, participants will need to pay a confirmation payment of RM 10. All paid participants will receive an official Muhibah Walk T-Shirt and other Malaysian merchandises. More information can be found on www.facebook.com/muhibahwalk or www.muhibahwalk.org
Wednesday, January 14, 2015
Event Name: IRONMAN 70.3 Putrajaya
Date: Sunday, 5 April 2015
Venue: Millennium Monument Putrajaya Lake, Precinct 2, Putrajaya
Course: Swim - 1.9KM / Bike - 90KM / Run - 21.1KM
Prize Money: Top 5 winners for Pro Athlete Category. 1st, 2nd and 3rd place trophies for Age Group Categories and teams.
IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship Qualifying Race: 30 qualifying slots to the 2015 IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship in Zell am See-Kaprun, SalzburgerLand, Austria.
General Entries: Individual and Team
Minimum Age: All athletes must be 18 years of age or older on race day
Individual Fees: USD265 (Regular Entry before 31 January 2015)
USD295 (Late Entry after 31 January 2015)
Team Entry Fees: USD320 (Regular Entry before 31 January 2015)
USD360 (Late Entry after 31 January 2015)
* Entry Fees are subject to 6% Malaysia GST + 6% Active Administration Fee
Online Entries Close: Entries close at 5.00pm (MYT), Friday 6 March 2015 - if maximums are not reached earlier.
To register, please click below link http://ap.ironman.com/triathlon/events/asiapac/ironman-70.3/putrajaya/register.aspx#axzz3OmNmuqFS
For more information, visit www.ironmanputrajaya.com
Check out the 2014 IRONMAN 70.3 Putrajaya Highlights Clip:
What? Fit Malaysia Run
When? 1 Feb 2015 (Sunday)
Where? Padang MPS, Jalan Dato Bandar Tunggal, Bandar Seremban, Negeri Sembilan
Who? Fit Malaysia / KBS
How far? 10km & 5km
How much? Free of Charge
How to register? Click HERE.
Tuesday, January 13, 2015
When the Superstar shoe was first launched by adidas back in 1969, the word ‘Superstar’ was unambiguous. Today, the word has been corrupted to the point of confusion.
So this year adidas Originals sets out to question what it means to be a superstar.
For entertainer and creative, Pharrell Williams, the meaning is clear; “It’s not about the number ofviews, likes or shares”.
While world-renowned footballer David Beckham decrees; “It’s not about trying to be the next big thing.”
“It’s not about having your name on a flag or a jersey”, echoes pro-basketball player Damian Lillard, while singer-songwriter Rita Ora states: “It’s not about following in someone else’s footsteps."
Whilst these ‘Superstars’ have all had different creative journeys, their original motivations from when they started out remain intact. Pharrell had a compelling need to create music. Beckham just wanted to be the best footballer he could be. They weren’t chasing fame; fame was a byproduct of their dedication and hard work.
Whether its 1969 or 2015 one thing is certain – there is no short cut to being a Superstar.
Watch the short film from adidas Originals, directed by Karim Huu Do, on what it means to be a Superstar in 2015 here:
Malaysia celebrates the 'Superstar' with the vintage pack which pays homage to the initial Superstar, with a premium leather execution - an off-white outsole and shell toe in classic colours of white with black / scarlet / navy / green stripes and retails at RM399.
Available at adidas Originals concept stores in:
Berjaya Times Square
Monday, January 12, 2015
Category A: Men’s Open (12KM)
Champion Rosnizam bin Rosli 00:42:59.78
1st Runner-Up Venugopal Rajendran 00:44:04.44
2nd Runner-Up Soh Wai Ching 00:44:51.42
Category B: Men’s Veteran (12KM)
Champion Jean Pierre Lautredoux 00:40:32.24
1st Runner-Up Mark John Williams 00:43:45.28
2nd Runner-Up Prabakharan a/l Madhavan 00:46:51.21
Category C: Women’s Open (12KM)
Champion Noor Amelia Musa 00:46:01.60
1st Runner-Up Sheela a/p Samivellu 00:46:12.50
2nd Runner-Up Loh Chooi Fern 00:49:00.61
Category D: Women’s Veteran (12KM)
Champion Susan Khoo 00:53:04.99
1st Runner-Up Yasuko Hosotani 00:54:21.94
2nd Runner-Up Annie Lee Khum Chiew 00:56:46.88
Category E: Men’s (9KM)
Champion Nik Fakaruddin bin Ismail 00:31:25.79
1st Runner-Up Ahmad Luth Hamizan 00:32:34.25
2nd Runner-Up Andri Dauni 00:33:37.76
Category F: Women’s (9KM)
Champion Kim Khoo 00:43:47.67
1st Runner-Up Tan Mei Wai 00:45:45.69
2nd Runner-Up Gloria Lee Pei Fang 00:48:41.59
PETALING JAYA, January 5, 2015 – In keeping with the annual New Year’s Eve tradition, thousands of revellers gathered at the Mutiara Damansara Commercial Centre (MDCC), comprising the Curve, eCurve and IPC Shopping Centre, to usher in the new year. The gathering, however, was tinged with emotion as it was dedicated to the country’s flood victims.
In less than 36 hours, MDCC made a last minute change to the programme and turned it into a Flood Relief Project themed ‘Together We Care’ to raise funds and collect much-needed food and basic necessities for those affected by the disaster by working hand-in-hand with MERCY Malaysia and CIMB Foundation.
The site of what was to be the street carnival was transformed into a donation zone with stations set up to receive contributions from the public that started pouring in from early evening.
Response to the call for aid also came from Ikano Retail Asia, Lembaga Tabung Angkatan Tentera (LTAT) and Boustead Holdings Berhad, who collectively contributed RM450,000 for the flood victims. Ikano Retail Asia was represented by Centre Manager of IPC Shopping Centre Evelyn Tan and IKEA Store Manager Gerard Jansen, who presented a cheque of RM150,000 to MERCY Malaysia’s Executive Director, Ahmad Faezal Mohamed.
LTAT Chairman Laksamana (B) Tan Sri Dato’ Seri Mohd Anuar Hj Mohd Nor presented a cheque of RM100,000 to a representative of Yayasan Tun Hussein Onn, and another RM100,000 to National Disaster Relief Fund representative and Deputy Secretary of National Security Council of Malaysia, Ogu Salim bin Omar. Boustead Holdings Berhad Chairman, General Tan Sri Dato’ Mohd Ghazali Hj Che Mat (R) and Deputy Chairman/Group Managing Director, Tan Sri Dato’ Seri Lodin Wok Kamaruddin jointly-presented a cheque of RM100,000 to MERCY Malaysia.
The Charity Concert and first-of-its-kind New Year’s Eve ‘Fund Run’ continued as planned and was dedicated to the flood victims.
Local acts such as Cats in Love which started the night’s performances, The Big Band, solo artist Narmi, UK-born musician Jon Liddell, Anugerah Industri Muzik ‘Best New Artist’ Nominee Kyoto Protocol, critically-acclaimed singer-songwriter OJ Law, An Honest Mistake and electro-pop band Paperplane Pursuit amongst others united those present in music and prayer.
Close to 2,000 runners completed the New Year’s Eve ‘Fund Run’, coming together for a healthy start to 2015 and to show their support for those affected. Finishers took home a medal each to commemorate their achievement, and the top five winners of the competitive categories were also awarded with a trophy, entry tickets to Kidzania as well as cash vouchers from Brooks Sports Wear.
Centre Manager of IPC Shopping Centre, Evelyn Tan, said, “This is definitely one of the most meaningful New Year’s Eve gatherings we have held here at MDCC. The event was a true reflection of unity and the spirit of caring and love for fellow Malaysians who are going through some tough times.”
Jazmi Kamarudin, Centre Manager of the Curve, added, “We are very glad to have been able to turn this event around and do our part to help the flood victims. I think our prayers and all the generous contributions will definitely bring a ray of light to those who were affected.”
“Tonight was a memorable event, and we hope that with the support of Malaysians near and far, the victims can rebuild their lives and enter the new year with hope,” concluded Azizul Hisham Ahmad, Centre Manager of eCurve.
Logistics support for the collection of non-cash items was provided by IKEA and Allied Pickfords Malaysia, with volunteers from RSTC Productions and Pacesetters Athletic Club.
For more information, please visit www.mdccnye.com.my or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively, the Customer Care Officers can be reached at 03-7710 6868 for the Curve or 03-7725 0277 for eCurve.
Thursday, January 08, 2015
Kuala Lumpur (8 January, 2015): After decades of bringing glory to the nation’s sporting industry since independence, the Olympic Council of Malaysia (OCM) celebrate its 60th Diamond Jubilee Year Celebration this year by organising the Malaysian International Marathon (MIM) from May 23-24 in Penang.
Olympic Council Malaysia deputy president, Tan Sri Dato’ Seri Mohamad Noor Rahim, who is also the organising chairman of MIM, said the main objective of having the run is to raise funds to support the 57 national sports associations affiliated to OCM and promote national unity.
“The primary objective of MIM is to raise funds for our national sports associations. There are many sports associations in dire need of funds to execute their programmes and this is where we hope to raise the money,” said Tan Sri Mohamad Noor at the launch of the Malaysian International Marathon today.
Tan Sri Mohamad Noor also disclosed that the idea of organising the marathon was mooted to the government in 2013 and was well received by the Ministry of Youth and Sports, and Ministry of Works.
Tan Sri Mohamad Noor stated, Penang AAA, has been roped in as the Race Director into the organising committee to map out routes and all logistic requirements for the marathon due to their vast experience.
“OCM is extremely grateful to Mega Visual as well for coming on board and helping us in MIM. I am confident with their experience in handling such events; the MIM will truly be a success. They have the expertise and sound knowledge in organising marathons and other sporting events. There are other future plans to organise the run in various part of the country to continue to raise fund for the national sports association,” he added.
Taking a cue from Pierre de Coubertin’s statement, the founder of the modern Olympic Games: ‘The important thing in life is not to triumph but to compete…not victory but combat…not to have vanquished but to have fought well…not winning but taking part”, Tan Sri Mohammad Noor said MIM is held in line with the Olympic spirit to build a peaceful and better world for our future generation.
“MIM is indeed commendable as such commitment towards the colossal task of developing a society of fit and healthy Malaysians purely resonates with the government’s Fit Malaysia programme initiative recently,” added Tan Sri Mohamad.
(From right) OCM Vice-President, Dato' Danyal Balagopal Abdullah, OCM Deputy President Tan Sri Dato’ Seri Mohamad Noor Rahim, Mega Visual Sdn Bhd Marketing Director Zoe Chow and Armed Forces Fund Board Chairman, Tan Sri Dato' Setia Mohd Anwar Mohd Nor at the Malaysian International Marathon 2015 Press Conference in Kuala Lumpur today.
MIM 2015 will start at the Batu Kawan Stadium, taking its course to the newly-built Sultan Abdul Halim Muadzam Shah Bridge which was opened in January 2014 and back to Batu Kawan Stadium with a total prize money of RM350,000 on offer.
Organising the start and finish of MIM at the Batu Kawan Stadium makes it a prestigious run, said Tan Sri Mohamad Noor, This is also because it offers a new twist as compared to all other marathons held in the country as it gives the atmosphere of an Olympic flavour .
Entries are invited for the Full Marathon (42km for men and women); Half Marathon (21km), 10km (Juniors, men and women), Fun Run (5km) and the Novelty category (wheel chair for the disabled).
Registration fee for the Full Marathon on 24 May, 2015 is RM75 for early birds (before 1 February, 2015) and RM85 for late comers. It covers a distance of 42.195km from Batu Kawan Stadium to Sultan Muadzam Shah Bridge and back to Batu Kawan Stadium. Runners are expected to complete the race within six hours.
However, for the Half Marathon on May 24, registration fee is RM65 for early birds (before 1 Feb, 2015) and RM75 normal rate. It covers a distance of 21km. The start location of the race is Batu Kawan Stadium-Sultan Muadzam Shah Bridge and back to Batu Kawan Stadium.
The 10km and Fun Race will be held on May 23. An entry fee for the 10km race is RM55 for early birds (before 1 Feb, 2015) and RM65 normal fees. For those aspiring to run in the Fun Race, registration fee is RM45 for early birds (before 15 March) and RM55 normal rate.
There will be no entry fee imposed in the Novelty category which covers a distance of 3km from Batu Kawan Stadium. The closing date for registration of all races is 31 March, 2015.
Online Registration will start on 15 January 2015 through: www.ocmmim.com.
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For more photos from the launch, please click HERE.
Tuesday, January 06, 2015
Cap Lang Balsem Otot (Eagle Brand Muscular Balm) and Cap Lang Minyak Kayu Putih (Eagle Brand Eucalyptus Oil)): Perfect Warm Up and Massage Combo for Runners
Oh, the pain and ache from leg cramps! You can prevent or reduce the effect of leg cramps by warming up your legs properly before you run. We have discovered a combination of two different products from Cap Lang (Eagle Brand) that can soothe your calves and legs while also warming the affected areas to prevent the painful leg cramps.
Trusted for generations, the Cap Lang products are produced by Borden Company ( Private ) Limited using modern technology and GMP-certified facilities.
1. Cap Lang Balsem Otot (Eagle Brand Muscular Balm)
• Chilli hot sensation and double heat effect. After application, if you wish to have the heat feeling again, just put a warm towel over the affected area and you will feel the heat again.
• Perfect formula designed specially to relieve general muscle aches and pain.
• Non-greasy formula dissipates easily into the skin.
• Quick relief for rheumatic pain. Apply the muscular balm and the eucalyptus oil and massage into the affected area, before sleep. You will feel the warm and soothing effect of the combination, providing a quick relief to the aches
• Used as a warming-up balm prior to sport activities.
2. Cap Lang Minyak Kayu Putih (Eagle Brand Eucalyptus Oil)
• Non-greasy and has a fresh eucalyptus scent.
• Odour removal and used for general cleaning of the house like removing oil smell and toilet odour. Put a few drops into a pail of water and use this water to wash the floor, kitchen or toilet.
• Anti-inflammatory effect.
• Increase alertness and relieve stress.
• Reduce stomach flatulence for postnatal mothers.
Who knows that two different products when combined can produce such a wonderful result? Let’s take a look how we do it. The combination of the two products will give you better results.
Rub the balm on your legs especially on the calves. Feel the warming up effect immediately. The amount of balm depends on your own liking. The more you put, the more chilli sensation you are going to feel.
Add a few drops of Eucalyptus Oil to “boost” the heat! Massage the oil thoroughly into your calves.
See, they are quickly absorbed and non-greasy. Now, we are all ready for a long run.
Oh...Before that, please wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water. You wouldn’t want the ointments to get into your eyes or mouth accidently.
The heat is felt instantly and gradually increases due to blood flow and intensity of the run. This combo relieves the symptoms of cramps before even it gets there. It effectively keep the muscle aches away, allowing you to run faster and longer.
Don’t just take our words for it. Go and try them out.
Feel the perfect mixture of heat and soothing relief of the mixture during and after your run.
Cap Lang Balsem Otot and Cap Lang Minyak Kayu Putih are available at Mydin, Guardian, Caring, Giant, 7-Eleven, leading pharmacies, Chinese medical halls, minimarts, convenience stores, and petrol kiosks grocery stores near you.
Price per unit:
Cap Lang Balsem Otot – 20g RM4.00
Cap Lang Minyak Kayu Putih – 30ml RM5.00 and 60ml RM8.50
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