Ultramarathon Statistic: http://statistik.d-u-v.org/getresultperson.php?runner=863168
|King of Sungai Lembing||2016||50KM||08:47:38||View|
|Pong Yaeng Trail||2017||66KM||16:30:11||View|
|Malaysia Mountain Trail Festival||2018||70KM||DNF||View|
|Antarctic Ice Marathon||100KM, 42KM||Antarctica||Antarctica||View|
|Ultra Trail Mt. Fuji||165KM, 72KM||Japan||Antarctica||View|
It’s pretty good in trail, but not so in road. Because the shoelace I can pull it tight easily, so it won’t hurt my toe.
This is old model, the good about this watch is, it’s longer battery life (longer than Suunto Spartan series).
But the latest model GPS navigation is better than this.
I’ve been wearing this socks to race since after my first Full marathon.
The good about this socks is, I can prevent friction in between my toes.
The good thing about this is, it pretty fit to my body.
During run, it won’t shake here & there.
The compartments also very convenient to keep my items.
I bought in 2016 if I remember correctly.
With 200 lumens + 950 mAh AAA battery, can last for 5 hours, after 5 hours started to dim out.
If the race COT is tight, and need to run more than 5 hours in the dark, better to have spare headlamp (not spare battery).
Because it’s going to take some time to change the battery during dark.
I used this for my headlamp.
Lightweight, good for trail running.
I spray this in my toe before the race, can prevent friction as well.
I’ve using this in Pong Yaeng Trail 66KM,
Especially in MMTF, such a muddy trail, with this gaiter, it prevent sand & mud into my shoes.
I like this glove because of the open fingers, I can still tap on my phone with finger.
Then can cover up my fingers if necessary. Quite convenient.