We were the unlucky runners who unable to register for Twilight Putrajaya organized by En Irwan which had limited to 200 runners.
After not much of thinking (like we used to), we have decided to gather as much runners to run without being officialy registered..ngeh..ngeh..
Becoming a pirate of 'putrajaya-be-an' (or 'Pirate of Twilight' by Mr Ray - our plot master), these usual suspects were there that night :
gambar ni mesti sama kat blog-blog lain.
standing from left : irwan (organizer), ziff cengkerang, Ray the plot master, Deo tokey kambing, zaki otoromen, Yim the misai barefooter, Dett.
Squatting from left : Syah 'speedy gon'shah'lez, McIjam, Nik the ultra pirate, K.A the man with persistent injury, Diket tokan GU gel a.k.a Ketua Lanun.
The Lovely Rose in front is Cik Ilyanna (nana) with her new hairdo (minus her hairstylist).
Hairan, En Irwan pun ada bergambar dengan Geng Pirate?..
(picture courtesy by Mr Tey Eng Tiong)
McIjam sedang melambai kat Cik Shanaz on the opposite site.
(photo courtesy by Mr Tey Eng Tiong)
Banyak makan limau, ni la jadinya...slow gila!!
The last man standing...actually we had been left behind by fellow pirates..huhu..
(photo courtesy by Mr Weng)
All the pirate runners succumbed to fatigue after 22km (and having nice roti jala dinner with 'gadis baju kuning'), leaving behind me and Zaki.
Actually there were Cik Ruby and Cik Aini joining us on our 'Running Pirate Spree' but they left early for 'Mee Sedap session'
I managed to ran 28km (according to Mr Zaki' 'run keeper') after calling it a day while Zaki continued on pacing with Zul Hassan and Fairul. Thanks for the 'Nasi Goreng' Zaki (no roti jala for me..huhu)
I enjoyed pacing with Zaki and I learned a lot from that fella on his journey towards Sundown 100km that he called 'Dreamer 100' in June 2011.
I know he will manage to do it and wish him Good Luck!!..
Oh yes, congratulations also to En Irwan (the fanatic FB updater) for organizing the event and truly it was a successfull one!!
To all my Chinese friends, HAPPY CHINESE NEW YEAR -- KEEP THE 'LIMAU' COMING IN...