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7th Borneo International Marathon Targets 7,777 Runners

by On Jan 6, 2014
7th Borneo International Marathon Targets 7,777 Runners

Registrations have opened for the Borneo International Marathon (BIM) 2014, which will be held on 4 May 2014 at the Likas Stadium in Sabah. Runners will enjoy the sights of Mt Kinabalu on a clear day, along the coastal route overlooking the South China Sea.

Home-Grown Marathon Rises in Popularity

Starting with just 530 runners in 2008, the Borneo International Marathon has grown to more than 5,600 registered runners from 55 countries in 2013, gaining its popularity as ‘The Beautiful Run’ for the region.

Race Director Dr. Heng Aik Cheng is looking forward 2014’s event, which will be held on 4 May 2014.

“We are happy to announce that our little race is getting popular among the running community in Asia.”

The BIM 2014 is targeting 7,777 runners for the 2014 event, which is in its 7th year. There are 3 distances in the BIM, the marathon (42km), half-marathon (21km) and the 10km run.

7th Borneo International Marathon Targets 7,777 Runners

Enjoy the Sights and Culture of the Malaysian Borneo

Proceeds from the BIM will go to 7 charitable bodies, including MERCY Malaysia and Borneo Child Aid Society.

With the Sabah Fest also happening as a tie-in event with BIM 2014, runners can get to enjoy the scenery and culture of Malaysian Borneo themselves.

Have you been to the Borneo International Marathon before? Share your marathon experience with us in the comments below!

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