Meet the Puma Pacers – Puma Night Run 2015

The Puma Night Run is back!

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If we are blessed with clear blue skies, we will be running the streets of Setia Alam on the 31st of October 2015 (Saturday NIGHT!). It happens to fall on Halloween too, anyone dressing up? I’ll be going as a Puma Pacer ;).

Every year, the Puma Night Running Club Pacers have the pleasure of pacing the runners through their happiest (or maybe not?) run!

Whether this is your first run or you are wanting to smash your previous PB, it is good to plan ahead (and decide which pacer grp to follow!). Here’s a visual introduction of the Puma Night Running Club Pacers and Guest Pacers starting from 50 minutes right through to 90 minutes in intervals of 10 minutes.

5 min/km

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Daniel, Khairul and Chris

6 min/km

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Goh Shu Wei, Hong Zi Shen and Myself

7 min/km

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Michael Wong, Kartini and Lucas

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William, Peng Peng and Felix

9 min/km

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Elaine Tan, Zhaff and Victor

If you can complete the run below 50 minutes, you’re on your own (heehee).

*Please note that the route is roughly 11.3KM (our pacers went for a test run). The organisers have said that they will try to adjust the start/finish line but keep in mind that it will be over distance. The pacers will stick to their paces*

So, WHO do you plan to follow?

All the best and remember to HAVE FUN!


23rd October 2015 – Launch of the new Ignite PwrCool and the Puma Night Run 2015

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Behind the scenes on the right of how I took the picture on the left.

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Reuben, Shah, Myself, Moey, Michelle and Zi Shen.

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Have an AWESOME day ahead!

2 thoughts on “Meet the Puma Pacers – Puma Night Run 2015

  1. Hi Adele, since the course is over-distanced by some 1.3km, which is quite a long distance, when you said 60 minutes pacing, were you referring to 10k, or the actual 11.3k? If 60 minutes is meant for 10k or 6 min per km pace, then for 11.3km, the time taken will be closer to 70 minutes (68 to be more exact).

    Can you help clarify on this, so that I know which group of pacers that I should be following?

    Thanks!

    1. Hi Erwin ! Great that you clarify! Since the distance is not accurate, we will be pacing based on pace. So yes, I’ll be doing 6 min/km! And vice Versa for the rest of the Pacers! 🙂

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