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    • I created this thread for discussion on all things related to the current 2019-nCoV outbreak and its impact on organised races.  Feel free to share news on races that has been cancelled because of the outbreak.  Pls be careful of what you post. And do not post anything that is not substantiated by official government agencies.  The 2019-nCoV Virus (aka Wuhan Virus) is in its 2nd month and the number of cases continued to increase. The 2002-03 SARS outbreak run its course from Nov 2002 to July 2003 - a period of 8 months. There's no telling how long this outbreak will run. I was not an active runners in 2002-03 so I am not sure what the impact a virus outbreak will have on races. There has been quite a number of races that has been cancelled in Hong Kong and China because of the outbreak.  In Singapore, no race organisers has made any race cancellation yet but EPIC-ESR has announced that they are suspending registration for Marina Run 2020 (14 Feb 2020). Those who were active in races during the SARS outbreak, pls share what it was like at that time.   
    • Organizer has suspended registration due to Coronavirus outbreak as shown below announced at FB.
    • 9th Asian Indoor Athletics Championship cancelled (Hanzhou, China Feb 12-13)...Wuxi Marathon (March 22)... http://aims-worldrunning.org/news.html World Indoor Athletics Championships in Nanjing (March 13-15) threathens   Everyone's next concern : Tokyo Marathon 2020 and other AbottWMM Wanda Age Group races (China and Japan)...   and 2020 Seoul Marathon on 22 March. Coronavirus and you as Runners (info - https://www.runnersworld.com/news/a30642790/what-is-coronavirus/)               Pay attention to hygienic rules, and try not to overtrain. Symptoms of coronavirus: runny nose, headache, cough, sore throat, fever, a general feeling of being unwell. Unlike most cases of SARS begin with a high fever.  Other early symptoms include those commom to flu, such as aches, chills, diarrhoea and shortness of breath. These will develop over the course of a week.  Patients may go on to develop pneumonia, an infection of the lungs. Already in Local Run Races :  Feb 15 Marina Run 2020 Suspended Registration (more updates to be announced)  
    • Same Same to you, @SG RED DEVIL Happy & Prosperous Huat Huat New Year!  I wack first & then do my running later to burn. Added info: 3 pineapple tarts is 246 calories, 1 slice of bakkwa is 300 calories and 1 serving of Yu Sheng is 560 calories. Uncle wack, run and burn at MR Huat Run! Next, Uncle looking forward to traditional and Huat Huat "Li Chun" Li Chun 立春 Lìchūn The traditional East Asian calendars divide a year into 24 solar terms. Li Chun is the 1st solar term. It begins when the Sun reaches the celestial longitude of 315° and ends when it reaches the longitude of 330°. It more often refers in particular to the day when the Sun is exactly at the celestial longitude of 315°. In the Gregorian calendar, it usually begins around February 4 and ends around February 18 (February 19 East Asia time). It's also the beginning of a Sexagenary cycle. The terms Li Chun egg balancing or egg of Li Chun refers to a Chinese folk belief that it is much easier to balance an egg on a smooth surface during Li Chun (the official first day of spring in the Chinese lunar calendar, which usually falls on February 4 or 5), than at any other time of the year. Balancing fresh chicken eggs on their broad end was a traditional Li Chun ritual in China.  Uncle's egg balancing tips: Fresh eggs and don't keep in them in fridge. Otherwise, keep them on open air the day before you perform your Egg Balancing act. Huat Huat - deposit money on auspicious hours based on your zodiac animal. Don't forget to have Springroll 春卷 Chūnjuǎn          vegetarian 220 calories wack, run and burn Bukit Timah Hill Huat Run! uncle's wack, run and burn with Hilly Runs around Singapore in the Year of the Rat... MacRitchie Reservior >> Bukit Timah Hill >> Bukit Batok Hill >> NTU>>  NUS-Southern Ridges>> Fort Canning Hill (anti-clockwise)   For those who trail running Bukit Timah Hill >> Diary Farm >> Bukit Panjang >> Kranji >> Mandai >> Woodlands, please be aware and be cautious (info and illustration extract - The Straits Times - Drains act as paths to hideouts and secret forest trails)    
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