Saturday, October 13, 2012

Nike We Run KL 2012 - Top 100 Results

Date: 13 Oct 2012
More photos here

Nike We Run KL hosts the city’s first ever evening run 

MALAYSIA, 13 OCTOBER 2012 – Over 12,000 runners took over the streets of Kuala Lumpur in Nike’s first ever evening race in the city. The race flagged off at 5:30 PM on Jalan Ampang with the route taking runners through the AKLEH highway and past some of Kuala Lumpur’s most iconic buildings such as the Petronas Twin Towers and the Kuala Lumpur Tower.

Along the way, runners were also kept entertained by dancers and performances comprising of different music genres. From the street beats of hip-hop to the energetic sounds of K-Pop music, the runners were spurred on from the very first kilometer.

As runners ran across the finish line and into the race village, they were then treated by the sounds of Mizz Nina as she sang some of her most popular hits including, “Just Do It” before the country’s top DJ duo, DJ Blink and Goldfish took to the task of entertaining the runners with a medley of tunes that kept the runners partying and celebrating their achievements.

This year’s Nike We Run KL was won by Shaharudin Bin Hashim who finished in 34:15:05 minutes in the men’s open category, and Sheela Samivellu who ended the race in 39:28:05 minutes in the women’s open category. Tunku Abdul Rahman College took home the College and University category and walked home with RM10,000 worth of Nike vouchers and RM10,000 cash while SMK Wangsa Maju Seksyen 2 took home RM10,000 worth of Nike vouchers and RM10,000 cash for the Secondary School Category. The official times of the winners are as of below:


 Top 100 winners list 1
 Top 100 list 2
Top 100 list 3

“Every year, we try to bring something different to the table and this year we aimed to deliver just that. We strive to provide a different experience for runners and we wanted to create an atmosphere like no other. Everything from the route to the entertainment to the race village was created to enable runners to have the best running experience”, said Joan Yeoh, Country Marketing Manager of Nike Malaysia. 

 Women under 25 years old
 Men under 25 years old
 Women open
Men open

Nike Malaysia also donated RM30,000 to Dignity For Children Foundation. The funds will be used by the foundation to help fund a grassroots sports program for the children, this is part of Nike’s commitment to grassroots development in Malaysia.

This year’s Nike We Run KL is part of the Nike We Run race series that takes place in 32 cities worldwide involving a total of 395,500 runners. The Nike We Run race series seeks to inspire, support and connect runners all around the world through the innovative Nike+ technology.

The We Run City 10K series began three years ago as an evolution of Nike’s Human Race, a global 10K held in dozens of cities around the world on a single day in 2008. That blockbuster race evolved into the We Run 10K series in 2009, and has since expanded its reach and impact. It is now Nike’s single largest race series.

With national cyclist Azizul

The 2012 We Run series kicked off in Riga, Latvia on August 26, and will conclude in Santiago, Chile on December 15. Registrations for the Nike We Run KL this year was met with an overwhelming response as more than 15,000 slots were snapped up within a mere 5 hours after it had opened.


  1. Thanks for the prompt updates. I find it funny that the two fastest runners received a 'smaller' prizes(without Nike's voucher) than the 3rd and 4th fastest runners because they participated in the under 25 category.
    Well done to you for gaining the medal!

  2. Congratulations!
    We'll be having the same Nike Run event here in the Philippines, on Dec. 02, 2012. Hope i win the top 100 ranks too, just like you.

  3. I think that you made good solution the moment when you came up with this theme of this blog article here. Do you mostly write your articles on your own or you have a business partner or even an assistant?


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