星期一, 7月 28, 2008

It was a Beautiful Weekend

When: 26.07.2008 (Saturday), 9.30am
What: Ekiden Time Trial
Where: Changed to KLCC (original plan is Kg. Pandan track, but due to there were school boys & girls having sports day at Kg. Pandan, so we got to look for alternative)
How: 3 x 1.3km (3.9km)
Result: http://pm1.blogspot.com/2008/07/ekiden-time-trial-series-1.html

(L-R) Yin Huay, Kei Ming, Lai, Chee Kuang, Ronnie, Kelvin Ng, Ameba, Stanley


The weather was good, we started the run 9.30am also can’t feel the hot yet. Actually I just kepoh (busybody) to join the time trial cos I’m not taking part in Ekiden Relay but adidas KOTR instead.

KLCC Park is a memorable place where I used to run alone after working previously when I stationed in Menera Citibank. I still remember there was once, I bet with the weather, we chasing each other to compete either I can finish my run or it rains. Finally I ran as fast as possible and the rain dropped just right after I finished my run. It was a satisfied running session indeed!

Those times my pace for 3.9km were about 5’45/km or 22’26 for 3.9km, but now, I did it in 18’51 for 3.9km which is 4’50/km. Impressive? Come join PM1’s training at Lake Garden :P

View photos at pmone.multiply.com


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When: 27.06.2008 (Sunday), 6.05am
What: 20km LSD
Where: Hartamas Route

It was a beautiful Sunday morning with good run, good pacer and good weather. I met up with Adam at Bukit Aman, we started with a moderate pace heading to Petronas, then continue pacing back after a 4mins break. It was windy all the way, perhaps this was the power that pushed me going faster and further.

My Split time: 31'59 (Duta), 23'25 (Petronas), 3'58 (rest), 22'40 (Duta), 27'59 (Bkt Aman)
Total: 1:50:04
Split Time by Half: 55'24, 50'39

2 則留言:

Lai Fong Sang 提到...

Ameba,
Congratulations and well done on your tremendous improvement in running! Hope you will kepoh (busybody) again this saturday for actual Kg Pandan 3000m time trial. To break your mental barrier by running at faster pace, good luck and all the best.

blueameba 提到...

Thank you Lai kau kau lat!

Break the mental barrier...? OK, let me imagine how Liu Xiang runs the 110m hurdles (leap over the barriers)