Sunday January 17th, 2021
Pak Tam Chung, Hong Kong
Distance: 100K · Ultra
The Vibram® Hong Kong 100 is an ultra endurance race that takes place in Hong Kong. The 103km course starts in Pak Tam Chung on the Sai Kung Peninsula and covers some of the most beautiful scenery in Hong Kong, including remote and unspoilt beaches, ancient forests, nature trails, reservoirs and steep hills. The course is based around Hong Kong's famous Maclehose Trail, but with some diversions to ensure that runners spend more time in its most scenic sections, as well as finishing with the descent from Hong Kong's highest peak (Tai Mo Shan). The course involves a cumulative elevation gain of over 5300 meters and the cut-off time is 30 hours. This is a unique, challenging and beautiful run for the trail running enthusiast and a chance to take part in an unforgettable event. Join us and make some memories!
|2nd Male||10:33:39||Jing Liang||29||China|
|3rd Male||10:38:24||Guomin Deng||28||China|
|4th Male||10:48:25||Ho Chung Wong||30||Hong Kong|
|2nd Female||11:47:40||Veronika Vadovicova||25||Slovenia|
|3rd Female||12:03:52||Ragna Debats||39||Netherland|
|4th Female||13:05:52||Landie Greyling||35||South Africa|
The course will be marked with directional arrows, crosses and reflective flagging tapes. At junctions there will be an arrow indicating the direction of the route as well as confirmation flagging tape along the correct route. There will also be a cross on the tracks that you should not take. You should not need to navigate your way along the course with a map and compass.
The course is rocky, uneven and steep in places. Take great care at all times and never overtake unless it is safe to do so. Give way to participants who are moving more quickly than you. Encourage one another and look out for each other’s safety and well-being. Ensure that you will have enough to eat and drink to reach the next check-point. Be particularly careful to drink enough and carry enough fluid. It is vital for your safety that you maintain adequate levels of hydration.