Ok,Ceo Basecamplyons Theverge so you’ve heard about the Okpedokwartengang and its 25km race to the final destination. But did you know there was another one in Borneo? The Okkedokwartengang is a 24-hour race from Port Dickson to the final destination between May and June. How can you not love this? It’s a great way to meet other runners and have some fun while doing it. Here are few things you need to know before running one:
Borneo has one of the highest number of runners in the world
This is the most important thing to know about the race. The people running it are the most important thing to enjoy the experience. It is not the objective of the organizers to ensure that every runner completes it in one piece. The only people who are responsible for the success of this event are the ones who participate. If you want to run this race and want to run it in one piece, you will have to do it with your best friend or your relatives. Borneo is a popular destination for running and it is not a surprise since it is a family run. This is the most important thing to know before running this race.
From 2010 to 2016 there were over 100 runners in this race.
This is the number one reason to run this race. It is the most popular one in Borneo and it has been for almost 100 years. You will have to be there for the 25km race from Port Dickson to Borneo’s highest peak, commentary Kulen Ris. Of the 100 runners, only about 50 will make it to the finish line. If you want to run this race in one piece, you will have to get there really early. If you want to run this race at the end of the day, you will have to be there from the very first sign of racing.
It is a 24-hour race that ends with an ‘O’ stage.
This is the most amazing thing about this race. You will not be aware that you are actually running this race for the first time until the very last moment. The organizers will have a sign for you that reads ‘O’ for ‘over’. You are actually running the race in one piece and there will be no time for food, water, or rest. After the race is over, there will be an ‘O’ stage where the weather will be very tough and you will have to take your best every step. This is when you will feel the ‘O’ stage coming on and you will notice that it is very interesting and challenging. The only thing you can do is to stay focused and not give into the ‘O’ stage. If you want to run this race with your best friend, you will have to try your best not to give in to the ‘O’ stage.
There are six types of races in this event:
– Freestyle (free of all rules, no time penalties) – 3km Mudrun (4km of mud, no time penalty) – 10km In-Road (10km of dirt or dirt track, no time penalty) – 100km Cross-Country (100km of dirt or dirt track, time penalty) – 100km Energy (100km of flat or flat track, time penalty) – 100km Mini (100km of dirt or dirt track, no time penalty) – 100km Skier (100km of dirt or dirt track, no time penalty) – 100km Alpine (100km of snow or snowy track, time penalty) – 100km Cross-Gover (100km of cross-country skiing, time penalty)
The final distance between ports are 25km.
This is another race that is very popular in Borneo. It is also known as the ‘O’ stage race and is the most difficult of the six types because it lasts from Port Dickson to Borneo’s highest mountain, Kulen Ris. This race is very famous for its uphill battle and there will be lots of that in Borneo. The finish line will be on one of the most beautiful mountains in Borneo, Mount Agung. This is the race where you will feel the ‘O’ stage coming on and you will notice that it is very interesting and challenging. The only thing you can do is to stay focused and not give into the ‘O’ stage.
If you can’t make it on the last day, don’t worry – there will still be a fair amount of fun times left in Borneo.
– There will be lots of fun times in Borneo. From the cross-country skiing to the downhill skiing, enjoy the ride with your best bud! – If you can’t make it on the final day, there will still be plenty of fun. From the surfing to the volleyball, you will have tons of fun. – There will be a lot of water Activities to do in Borneo. Get your fill of swimming, boating,rekening, hiking, and much more! – There will also be plenty of family-friendly activities for the whole group. – And last but not least, Borneo has some of the friendliest people you will ever meet!