9th International Hash Challenge - September 17 2016

The Idea:

Hashing is a socializing event and has nothing to do with competitive running. True? Yes,......but for every hasher a run is a challenge of sorts: be it how to shortcut, be it how long to run uphill, be it for a fit guy to follow a girl with better stamina, be it to find paper after the check first..... It's a constant fight against your inner voice: rest, don't run further. But the swinehund inside you pulls you ahead to finally satisfy your ego: "I DID IT and now I can enjoy my beer."

Very long runs are actually not every hasher's mug of beer. But some enjoy strolling through the jungle for hours, perhaps on a recce. Or walking the bushes to find a new waterfall for a dip. Or only couching their TV, showing the daredevils at EcoChallenge, dreaming of: why not me?

For these few crazy people we have been since the year 2000, organizing a challenge: 42 km through Malaysian hash terrain, undoubtedly the finest in the world. It takes the average-fit hasher 10 or more hours to finish.

The Concept:

Click here to download Registration Form and Flyer

Event Director : David "Heart Breaker" Wilson
On Sec : Aileen "Crabby P" D
On Cash : Emilia Charles
Chief Hare : Dave "Kamikaze"

HASH CHALLENGE 2016 - SEPT 17 2016


September 17, 2016

HC 2016 Programme

September 16, 2016 - Registration

Menara Bangsar Apartment Complex
297, Jalan Maarof 59100, Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur

6.30 pm - Registration & Collection of goodies
6.45 pm - Welcome drink and light meal
8.00 pm - Chairman's address
8.30 pm - Close (go back and rest)

September 17, 2016 - Hash Challenge

5.30am - assemble at the Cititel Mid Valley Hotel car park
5.45am - depart by bus to Point A
7.00am - start of challenge
5.00pm onward First Runners In Light snacks and refreshments available
6.30 pm Circle starts
7:30pm Dinner is served
8.00pm onward - buses depart for hotel

HC2016 Hotel Details

Cititel Mid-Valley Hotel
Address: Lingkaran Syed Putra, 59200 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Phone:+60 3-2296 1188
Rates: TBD

Posted by onsec at 12:35 PM