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Stone Age Challenge - [50KM/100KM]

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Living in the prehistoric time like the stone age era requires our ancestors to move more than they station. Let's challenge yourself with our Stone Age Challenge to experience #movemorerestless like our ancestors!


Event info

  • Event: Stone Age Challenge
  • Category: 50KM/100KM
  • Challenge type: Can completed by multiple runs
  • Timeline: Anytime after e-bib received
  • Result submission cut-off: No cut-off time
  • Venue: Anywhere you like (virtual series)


Entitlements

  1. Unique Finisher Medal
  2. E-Bib Number (printable)
  3. E-Certificate

How it works

  1. After payment made, you will receive an official email with E-Bib and receipt. (Please check your spam/junk mail)
  2. The E-Bib is not compulsory to be printed. You can keep this E-Bib by "save image" and you can share it on your social media.
  3. Download running apps or use GPS running watch to track your run. Switch your running apps or GPS watch to indoor/treadmill mode when you run on the treadmill.
  4. After complete, submit your run result to our whatsApp number 010-2105837 or email us at [email protected] 
  5. You will receive your race pack tracking number days after your results verified.
  6. Your finisher's medal will be shipped directly to you.
  7. "No completion, no finisher entitlement" policy. The race is based on an honest system, Running Station will do periodic checks on the submissions. Accounts may be suspended if fraudulent results are found.

Tips to stay safe and healthy while running:

  • Buy running-specific shoes that offer strong arch and ankle support. Swap out your running shoes every 800 - 1000km.
  • Run in safe, well-lit areas. Look for popular trails, tracks, and parks where you can run near your home or office.
  • Watch out for tripping hazards, like rocks, crevices, tree branches, and uneven surfaces.
  • Avoid the 'peak hour' periods to reduce your risk of inhaling air pollution from vehicles. If possible, schedule your runs for either the early morning or the evening.
  • If you’re new to running, start out at a comfortable, slow pace that’s conversational. You can build up speed from there. You can also alternate between running and walking to start.
  • Make sure you warm-up and stretch thoroughly before you head out. Cool your body down with light stretches when you return.
  • Drink plenty of water while you run. If you’re going out for a longer run, look for running routes near you that have water fountains or somewhere you can leave a water bottle.
  • Refuel with a snack or light meal within 45 to 60 minutes after your run.
  • Allow at least one or two complete rest days per week to avoid overtraining, which may cause injury. 

*Send the result to the organizer via their Whatsapp number (+6010-2105837) or email [email protected].



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