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Yes we hear ya!!! You want a running-orgy.. we give you COBC-Weekend Running Long Slow Distance (LSD)!! This is the second weekend that we ran with celebrity runner cum COBC team-mate Ilyanna Aylin Ayob.. for those that still dont know her, click and read HERE.  The first LSD was held last week at Bukit Aman (click HERE to read) and this week, was at Sri Hartamas with a slight increase in level of running difficulty via a hilly route. Gathering time was at 6:15am and we started running at 6:30am... err after a group camwhore!!

Rienna Choo, Amy Ho and Freda started earlier and missed the group photo. Running this morning were Advance Tan, Ali Rahimi Ferdosinezhad, Tan Wee Liam, Kym Wishnowski, Helmi Ruzaimi, Mohamad Fazli, Syamala Pillay, Jadite Liew, May Lyn Wong, Fairuz, Rose Emini Pahamin, Nawal Aini Zulkifli, Armin Baniaz Pahamin, Rizal, Azim and a few others (err knocking my head on the wall-cannot remember).

We began our run at 6:31am with a slow jog as warming up. We were split into three groups.. the fastest were pacing with Abduladzim Zaharudin, Ilyanna Aylin Ayob slowly paced with the intermediate and Rose Emini Pahamin stayed back with the beginners. You do not have to worry about not being fit enough to join our group because there will always be someone waiting for you. The mid-point was at a Nasi Kandaq restaurant!!! Oh my god.. I can only imagine Tan Wee Liam's face when he saw the Nasi Kandaq.. We had to hold Ali Rahimi Ferdosinezhad from re-routing to the restaurant!

After the mid-point, we continued our run and completed it in approximately 1minutes 10 seconds.

Syamala Pillay, Nawal AIni Zulkifli, Ilyanna Aylin Ayob, Rienna Choo, May Lyn Wong, Amy Ho, Freda Liu, (name?), Jadite Liew
Fairuz, Ali Rahimi Ferdosinezhad, Tan Wee Liam, Armin Baniaz Pahamin, Mohamad Fazli, Abduladzim Zaharudin and (name?)
Kym Wishnowski
Kym Wishnowski and Nawal Aini Zulkifli

After a good 10km hilly run and a good camwhoring session, we left for Restaurant Bistari at Desa Sri Hartamas for MAKAN.

What a splendid and wonderful Sunday!!! Until next week LSD.. Stay Tuned!



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