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  1. Apparently i am wrong. Lots of runner finish beyond 7 hours nett time, oh well next time just get earlier pen
  2. Well cut off time is announced earlier and anyone can calculate that it is not based on 5.30AM + 7 hours. If organizer made a leeway on the spot during the race that wouldn't be right. The 7 hours i guess will be in play if you are started for example at 5.00 and you didnt cross finish line by 12.00 you would still dnf even if you don't get any course cut-off timing. The only thing is that they dont check your registration timing, so next time any sane person would choose earlier pen or put artificial timing to secure early pen.
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    Challenge32 - 11 Nov 18 (Sun)

    Wah from organized run becomes pay 30$ for one medal and one shirt.
  4. Just for a shirt, folks are helping reviving Yolo run. You guys just cant be helped
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    Compressport Forest Force 50 2019 - 05 May (Sun)

    Looks like I'm in the minority, last on the hill run I waited the rain and had enjoyable run. Would probably run again this time
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    Income Eco Run 2018 - 29 Apr (Sun)

    Runcapture on facebook has some photos of this run. Anyone knows other photographer taking this run pictures?
  7. End at floating platform. The guy at launch event today said so
  8. So they announced that start line move to F1 pit and end at floating platform? Seems to be smaller place for the finishing line
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    Income Eco Run 2018 - 29 Apr (Sun)

    anyone still looking to join this run, can use the code "ECOOFO". It worked out to be 42$ for HM. expired on 29 March
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    Amazing Thailand Marathon Bangkok 2018

    Any good hotel near the starting point?
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    Amazing Thailand Marathon Bangkok 2018

    I wish they didnt put cheesy line "unforgettable marathon" accross the shirt though.
  12. Run past some of Bangkok’s most iconic landmarks in the Amazing Thailand Marathon Bangkok 2018 Approximately 30,000 runners from all around the world are expected to join the first edition of the Amazing Thailand Marathon Bangkok presented by Toyota, which is set to take place on February 4, 2018. The event is being organised under a five-year agreement between IRONMAN, the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) and Thailand Tri-League. The Amazing Thailand Marathon Bangkok 2018 presented by Toyota will enable runners of all abilities the opportunities to choose from four different race distances: Marathon (42.195km), Half-Marathon (21.1km), 10km and a Family Fun Run (4km). The event will start with a Sports and Lifestyle Expo at Bangkok Airport Rail Link, from February 1-3, 2018. The Family Fun Run will take place on 3 February, on a 4km route packed with entertainment around the Airport Rail Link. On Sunday, February 4, marathon runners will start their race at 2:30 a.m. from Rajamangala Stadium, while half-marathon and 10km participants will begin their day near the Democracy Monument at 5 a.m. and 6 a.m., respectively. The event will feature a unique city-centric course that will take runners past some of Bangkok’s amazing landmarks such as the Victory Monument, King Rama V Monument, and Rama VIII Bridge before heading to the finish line at the Democracy Monument. Organisers have worked with local authorities in order to offer runners an exceptional race experience – an early morning flag-off for cooler conditions and full road closures for a safe run. Runners will be encouraged all along the route by entertainment performances.