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The 4:00 Pacers

Anthony Sum aka DreamRunner, Khor Aik Hock aka Ultraman, Ronnie Teo aka Raven, Selva aka AeroRunner

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The 4:15 Pacers

Johnny Lim, James Tan aka Outrider, Helen Cheah, Ang Wee Beng

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The 4:30 Pacers

Freddie Chan aka cfred, Charmane Tan aka SassyRunner, Alber Yong, David Ong aka DO

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The 4:45 Pacers

Niwas Jikku, Andy Ho aka acidburn, Tan Kok San, Heng Yew Jin

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The 5:00 Pacers

Vincent Wong, Jancy Yap aka BrokenRunner, Benny Tan aka cokiee

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The 5:15 Pacers

Tan Chin Kok aka DeepCruiser, Edwin aka Frootloops, Chantelle Wong aka chantelle

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Vincent Wong, Jancy Yap aka BrokenRunner, Benny Tan aka cokiee

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hahaha..... Vincent is shy... OMG! So cute hahaa

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The Half Marathon 2:00 Pacers

James Lua, Rosalind Yap aka leh lio girl, Weison

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My thousand apologies.... I do not have our 3:45 pacers at hand.

They did a fantastic job and they are Max Ang aka feetoffury and Henry Yang aka roadrunner.

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3:45 FatBird's Pacers

Henry aka RR... Max aka Feetoffury

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The Fatbird photos shall serve as a memory to us for years to come.

In 20 years today a participant at the MR25 ultra marathon may stop by at the water station and ask for a glass of 100plus drink from the hand of uncles or aunties who were once upon a time the team Fatbird pacers in 2008.

Ultra

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Hi

Wud like to say the Fatbirds certainly add colours to the marathon, with their ballons and the striking singlet with the split times behind.

Was running with a lady Fatbird Pacer between 10-17 km mark i think. She was wearing a very fierce Oakley(i think) and she was also very tanned. Had the word DSO on her left arm. Not too sure who she was.

Saw Frootloop and Terence near the 24-25 km and heard the former saying his ITB very pain, hope you are ok now.

Ran the last 10km with Cookie, nice meeting you.

Once again, Fatbirds, job well done !

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haha....she is charmane from the 4:30 pace group.....a DSO guinea pig as well haha :Big Grin:

Hi

Wud like to say the Fatbirds certainly add colours to the marathon, with their ballons and the striking singlet with the split times behind.

Was running with a lady Fatbird Pacer between 10-17 km mark i think. She was wearing a very fierce Oakley(i think) and she was also very tanned. Had the word DSO on her left arm. Not too sure who she was.

Saw Frootloop and Terence near the 24-25 km and heard the former saying his ITB very pain, hope you are ok now.

Ran the last 10km with Cookie, nice meeting you.

Once again, Fatbirds, job well done !

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Although I did not see any one of the 4:45 pacers, nevertheless I would like to thank them all cos I was running and trying desperately to catch up with you guys and that eventually allowed me to finish just a little wee bit off the 4:45 timing.

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Although I did not see any one of the 4:45 pacers, nevertheless I would like to thank them all cos I was running and trying desperately to catch up with you guys and that eventually allowed me to finish just a little wee bit off the 4:45 timing.

tekko, strong hand-in-hand finish w yr wife :Applause:

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erm.........

how come there are different pacers?

sorry, i not a marathoner (yet). din know there is such a thing as a PACER.

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This is my first time to take part in Half Marathon. My Gun Time is 2 hours 18 minutes and Net Time is 2 hours 0 minutes. The timing in the certificate will based on Gun Time or Net Time? Please advised. Thanks a lot.

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erm.........

how come there are different pacers?

sorry, i not a marathoner (yet). din know there is such a thing as a PACER.

You want to know more, sign up for a marathon lor..

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This is my first time to take part in Half Marathon. My Gun Time is 2 hours 18 minutes and Net Time is 2 hours 0 minutes. The timing in the certificate will based on Gun Time or Net Time? Please advised. Thanks a lot.

It will be net time.

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haha....she is charmane from the 4:30 pace group.....a DSO guinea pig as well haha :Big Grin:
Hi

Wud like to say the Fatbirds certainly add colours to the marathon, with their ballons and the striking singlet with the split times behind.

Was running with a lady Fatbird Pacer between 10-17 km mark i think. She was wearing a very fierce Oakley(i think) and she was also very tanned. Had the word DSO on her left arm. Not too sure who she was.

Saw Frootloop and Terence near the 24-25 km and heard the former saying his ITB very pain, hope you are ok now.

Ran the last 10km with Cookie, nice meeting you.

Once again, Fatbirds, job well done !

That should be Helen, cos' she was under DSO research as well and far more tanned than me. If her tag behind says 4:15hrs pacer, she's Helen. =) If it says 4:30hrs, that's me. =)

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haha....she is charmane from the 4:30 pace group.....a DSO guinea pig as well haha :Big Grin:
Hi

Wud like to say the Fatbirds certainly add colours to the marathon, with their ballons and the striking singlet with the split times behind.

Was running with a lady Fatbird Pacer between 10-17 km mark i think. She was wearing a very fierce Oakley(i think) and she was also very tanned. Had the word DSO on her left arm. Not too sure who she was.

Saw Frootloop and Terence near the 24-25 km and heard the former saying his ITB very pain, hope you are ok now.

Ran the last 10km with Cookie, nice meeting you.

Once again, Fatbirds, job well done !

That should be Helen, cos' she was under DSO research as well and far more tanned than me. If her tag behind says 4:15hrs pacer, she's Helen. =) If it says 4:30hrs, that's me. =)

i posted the pictures of the pacers what? look at the picture and identify the correct pacer lor.....

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haha....she is charmane from the 4:30 pace group.....a DSO guinea pig as well haha :Big Grin:
Hi

Wud like to say the Fatbirds certainly add colours to the marathon, with their ballons and the striking singlet with the split times behind.

Was running with a lady Fatbird Pacer between 10-17 km mark i think. She was wearing a very fierce Oakley(i think) and she was also very tanned. Had the word DSO on her left arm. Not too sure who she was.

Saw Frootloop and Terence near the 24-25 km and heard the former saying his ITB very pain, hope you are ok now.

Ran the last 10km with Cookie, nice meeting you.

Once again, Fatbirds, job well done !

That should be Helen, cos' she was under DSO research as well and far more tanned than me. If her tag behind says 4:15hrs pacer, she's Helen. =) If it says 4:30hrs, that's me. =)

ah, cant even remember the pace timing on the back. guess it was you, sassy runner, cause i was never that fast. was running at about 6.50min per km between the 10-17 km mark, and that lady wasnt wearing long tights either, so helen is out. will say hi next time if i bump into the sgrunners.

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erm.........

how come there are different pacers?

sorry, i not a marathoner (yet). din know there is such a thing as a PACER.

You want to know more, sign up for a marathon lor..

b4 august, i cud only run max 2.4. only started serious training after dat.

my 10k timing is 1hr36min. i oni ran max 8k. den slogged my way back....

u tink i can do marathon meh..........

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erm.........

how come there are different pacers?

sorry, i not a marathoner (yet). din know there is such a thing as a PACER.

You want to know more, sign up for a marathon lor..

b4 august, i cud only run max 2.4. only started serious training after dat.

my 10k timing is 1hr36min. i oni ran max 8k. den slogged my way back....

u tink i can do marathon meh..........

the answer is cannot. but if you put in your heart and soul to train properly, you surely can.

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erm.........

how come there are different pacers?

sorry, i not a marathoner (yet). din know there is such a thing as a PACER.

You want to know more, sign up for a marathon lor..

b4 august, i cud only run max 2.4. only started serious training after dat.

my 10k timing is 1hr36min. i oni ran max 8k. den slogged my way back....

u tink i can do marathon meh..........

why not? there are quite a lot of 18 weeks training plan for a marathon. to complete it is not impossible for somebody like u. but to say do a sub 4, then it will be a question mark.

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