Come run for your country in the Larian Negaraku Sehati Sejiwa of Kuantan!
A wonderful half marathon from the Darul Makmur Stadium of Pahang
- 21km & 10km – 6.45am
- 3km – 7.15am
- 21km (A&B) – 7.15am
- 10km (C&D)- 7.20am
- 10km (E&F)- 7.30am
- 3km (G)- 7.45am
Cut Off Time
- 21km (A&B) – 2hr30min
- 10km (C&D) – 1hr30min
- 10km (E&F)- 1hr45min
Race Kit Collection
Date: 23rd & 24th February 2018
Time: 2.00pm – 6.00pm
Venue: Front of Stadium Darul Makmur Kuantan
Please take note that upon closure of the distribution hall on Saturday, 24th February 2018, all the uncollected race kids will be deemed as unwanted and therefore become the property of the organizer.
The organizer reserves the right to dispose or redistribute the race kits in any manner deemed appropriate.
The Kuching Ultra Marathon 2018 will see a new route that stretches from Kuching town towards Petra Jaya in Kuching North. The Ultra Marathon will commence at M Hotel and pass through the Tun Salahuddin Bridge towards Damai Beach on the Santubong Peninsula. The Santubong Peninsula, situated on the mouth of the Sarawak River is located 35 km from Kuching and is dominated by the rainforest-clad slopes of Mount Santubong.
At this point, the ultra runners reach the mid point where they will be greeted by the race marshalls for their meal. The runners will also cross the famous Santubong Bridge and witness the magnificent sunrise as they pass through Damai. In addition to the original 50km & 70km runs, this event will feature the addition of a 30km run for those who want to experience Ultra race settings as well as the 100km category for those runners seeking a greater challenge.
Course Type: 100% Road Course
The Borneo Ultra-Trail® Marathon 2018 is an extreme, outdoor ultra trail marathon that will take runners through a combination of natural jungle settings and cultural landscapes via trails, dirt tracks and back-roads in the Kiulu Valley North of Kota Kinabalu. There will be sweeping views over the surrounding ridges and valleys as well as to the majestic Mount Kinabalu to the north-east of the area.