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Chosunilbo Chuncheon Marathon 2008

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committee <marathon@chosun.com>

date Mon, Dec 15, 2008 at 5:48 PM

subject Re: The information of the Chuncheon marathon

mailed-by chosun.com

hide details 5:48 PM (3 hours ago)

Hi...

We will send the certificate to you tomorrow, maybe it takes two weeks.

Best regards...

cool...will look forward :)

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yippee... received my finisher certificate, which was inserted nicely in between the results book... :smilie_daumen1:

but hor, dun understand why the runner's logo on the certificate got 3 legs... :P

and the best thing is they actually post the results of everyone who completed the race! last runner came in at 7:20:27!!! :hail:

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Mrs. Dream & I received ours too. Very shwe cert with a nice booklet of results, and photos, some showing Pacers too.

Thanks Ripley, for the follow-up with the ChunCheon Organizers!

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Mrs. Dream & I received ours too. Very shwe cert with a nice booklet of results, and photos, some showing Pacers too.

Thanks Ripley, for the follow-up with the ChunCheon Organizers!

no problem at all... same email... ju3 shou3 zhi1 lao2... :)

but i'm very surprised that the koreans not particular on the timing... what about in seoul? do they shut off the timing mat when the 5 hours is up? :/

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Mrs. Dream & I received ours too. Very shwe cert with a nice booklet of results, and photos, some showing Pacers too.

Thanks Ripley, for the follow-up with the ChunCheon Organizers!

no problem at all... same email... ju3 shou3 zhi1 lao2... :)

but i'm very surprised that the koreans not particular on the timing... what about in seoul? do they shut off the timing mat when the 5 hours is up? :/

I heard it is not compulsory to board the buses in Korea? I know that in HK, the buses ply very closely to the runners near the various cut-off points

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Mrs. Dream & I received ours too. Very shwe cert with a nice booklet of results, and photos, some showing Pacers too.

Thanks Ripley, for the follow-up with the ChunCheon Organizers!

no problem at all... same email... ju3 shou3 zhi1 lao2... :)

but i'm very surprised that the koreans not particular on the timing... what about in seoul? do they shut off the timing mat when the 5 hours is up? :/

I heard it is not compulsory to board the buses in Korea? I know that in HK, the buses ply very closely to the runners near the various cut-off points

i know in the nagano in japan is very strict... they'll remove the timing mat at the check points once reach cut-off time... :sweat: so seoul also like that? then that's good... at least when i run in seoul next march, i won't be so stressed out... hopefully can get a PB there... :P

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Mrs. Dream & I received ours too. Very shwe cert with a nice booklet of results, and photos, some showing Pacers too.

Thanks Ripley, for the follow-up with the ChunCheon Organizers!

no problem at all... same email... ju3 shou3 zhi1 lao2... :)

but i'm very surprised that the koreans not particular on the timing... what about in seoul? do they shut off the timing mat when the 5 hours is up? :/

I heard it is not compulsory to board the buses in Korea? I know that in HK, the buses ply very closely to the runners near the various cut-off points

i know in the nagano in japan is very strict... they'll remove the timing mat at the check points once reach cut-off time... :sweat: so seoul also like that? then that's good... at least when i run in seoul next march, i won't be so stressed out... hopefully can get a PB there... :P

I think Korea is not so strict...if you can make sub-5hr at ChunCheon, then you should be able to make it at Seoul too :)

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I think Korea is not so strict...if you can make sub-5hr at ChunCheon, then you should be able to make it at Seoul too :)

thanks dream... :)

i'm certainly aiming for a good sub-5 for seoul... the route is generally flat... starting at 30.3m at start, rising to 35.3m at 1km... then downhill to 4km at 20m, and then up to 30m at 6km... after that, mostly flat... next highest point is 27.3m at 16.5km... then more downhill and flat... :P

looks like a flatter course as compared to the nov's seoul marathon...

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I think Korea is not so strict...if you can make sub-5hr at ChunCheon, then you should be able to make it at Seoul too :)

thanks dream... :)

i'm certainly aiming for a good sub-5 for seoul... the route is generally flat... starting at 30.3m at start, rising to 35.3m at 1km... then downhill to 4km at 20m, and then up to 30m at 6km... after that, mostly flat... next highest point is 27.3m at 16.5km... then more downhill and flat... :P

looks like a flatter course as compared to the nov's seoul marathon...

and imo, Nov's Seoul Marathon is flatter (although there are some slopes) compared with ChunCheon...

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Mrs. Dream & I received ours too. Very shwe cert with a nice booklet of results, and photos, some showing Pacers too.

Thanks Ripley, for the follow-up with the ChunCheon Organizers!

no problem at all... same email... ju3 shou3 zhi1 lao2... :)

but i'm very surprised that the koreans not particular on the timing... what about in seoul? do they shut off the timing mat when the 5 hours is up? :/

Ripley.. got my shwe cert n Race Details Magazine too.. :Peace: Thanks.

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