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Craze Ultra 2019 - 27km (New)/ 45km / 55km / 72km / 101km, 12th - 13th October 2019

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10 hours ago, beast said:

An overseas run that is happening in Sept/Oct should already know you got the race slot or not bah....unless you got the slot but not sure you still want to go or not? 

Anyway nobody is keeping tabs of whether you actually go for your overseas run or not lah..... except maybe Simon lol...

U r right ! Due to work commitments, might have to forgo. Its not the 1st time anyway.. sad...

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On 6/28/2019 at 2:10 AM, beast said:

An overseas run that is happening in Sept/Oct should already know you got the race slot or not bah....unless you got the slot but not sure you still want to go or not? 

Anyway nobody is keeping tabs of whether you actually go for your overseas run or not lah..... except maybe Simon lol...

Yup... there is a chance that i cant go due to work commitment... so see how how it goes...

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6 hours ago, AutumnRunner said:

Yup... there is a chance that i cant go due to work commitment... so see how how it goes...

@beast, "Anyway nobody is keeping tabs of whether you actually go for your overseas run or not lah..... except maybe Simon lol..."

So no overseas race in Sept/Oct= Craze Ultra in Oct 19 eh? lol

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12 hours ago, simonleng said:

@beast, "Anyway nobody is keeping tabs of whether you actually go for your overseas run or not lah..... except maybe Simon lol..."

So no overseas race in Sept/Oct= Craze Ultra in Oct 19 eh? lol

Simon after hearing Autumnrunner not going for overseas race.......

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On 7/2/2019 at 8:52 AM, simonleng said:

Wahhaaaaaa!!! @AutumnRunner is giving me hope.... haaaaaa

He always hope for this hope for that....

But when the time comes for him to give people hope he doesn't do it......

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14 hours ago, beast said:

He always hope for this hope for that....

But when the time comes for him to give people hope he doesn't do it......

Hope is impt in life... with hope comes target; with target comes realisation... ?

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Chaam.... Heavy work-life commitment affected training.... My longest distance covered thus far is only 10% of the event..... need to run my my engine for longer hours in the next few weeks. :S

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10 hours ago, simonleng said:

Chaam.... Heavy work-life commitment affected training.... My longest distance covered thus far is only 10% of the event..... need to run my my engine for longer hours in the next few weeks. :S

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 Hi Simon, lack of training should not be an issue to you. Your 3 times experience will most likely guide you on how to finish the race. Just that whether you can maintain best timing as per last year.

 Our biggest obstacle will be heat which we need to overcome. Good luck to your training.

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On 7/3/2019 at 11:07 PM, AutumnRunner said:

Hope is impt in life... with hope comes target; with target comes realisation... ?

Make time to run, run this Craze Ultra....

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On 7/28/2019 at 3:55 PM, SG RED DEVIL said:

 Hi Simon, lack of training should not be an issue to you. Your 3 times experience will most likely guide you on how to finish the race. Just that whether you can maintain best timing as per last year.

 Our biggest obstacle will be heat which we need to overcome. Good luck to your training.

true... most likely will be targeting to be back at by 7am the next day morning.

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12 hours ago, SG RED DEVIL said:

All finishers regardless of distance will be given a can of free Craft Beer. Compliments from Craft Beer.

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meaning finishers can drink more if they come back earlier then COT eh?🤣🤣🤣🤣

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7 hours ago, simonleng said:

meaning finishers can drink more if they come back earlier then COT eh?🤣🤣🤣🤣

On your request, you will have to ask Ben, 😜

2 months 3 days & counting.

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3 hours ago, SG RED DEVIL said:

On your request, you will have to ask Ben, 😜

2 months 3 days & counting.

I will try to run faster if this is true :P

9 more weeks to go!!!

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2 hours ago, wonderfulblevic said:

And I haven’t decided whether to join this year. Haha 

still got enough time to decide  :)

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1 hour ago, puppyrun said:

How about this

All participants regardless of distance will be given a can of free Craft Beer at every CPs

🤣 

sounds like a plan. lol!

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On 8/9/2019 at 8:34 PM, simonleng said:

I will try to run faster if this is true :P

9 more weeks to go!!!

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Sure have non-drinkers so extra cans for you? Lol... Siow liow heat is still not my friend at the moment. 😅

See you on actual day.

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On 8/9/2019 at 5:39 PM, wonderfulblevic said:

And I haven’t decided whether to join this year. Haha 

Join the event & support Ben. The more the merrier.

This year CU has alot of freebies compared to past years plus we do not know if CU will be dis-continued.

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