Climbathon 2013 in mt. Kinabalu is next on the card

Dubbed as ‘The World’s Toughest Mountain Race’, this race is a true challenge to the spirit of human endurance. The average climber takes two days to climb the mountain but participants of the race can make it in less than 3 hours up and down Mt. Kinabalu (4,095.2m), with a total distance of 21km for all Men, Women and Men’s Veteran categories. The Climbathon is part of the Sky Runners World Series Circuit for the 9th consecutive year and is the only race that is in the circuit held outside Europe.

The Sky Runner World Series is regulated and coordinated by the Europe-based Federation for Sport at Altitude (FSA).

 

Registration is open and can be done online at http://www.climbathon.my/2013-adventure-race/

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http://www.climbathon.my/

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