Me all all system Go !
Ya da ba da boo
Sea of red
Waiting for the horn
Julie and friends
Julie and me
I participated in the Kordel’s charity walk last Sunday 12 June 2011. This was my first time participating in this walk, which is an annual affair to promote awareness for arthritis. It was a relatively small event with about 1000 participants, enough to make it a fun morning.
The event was well organized by Pacesetters. Everything was like clock work and the walk was without any hitches. The organisers were thoughtful enough to set up a water point mid way. There were also plenty of prizes to be won after the walk. Thanks to Kordel.
It was a beautiful Sunday morning, with the sun up but surprising it was not a hot morning throughout the walk. I managed to walk with a consistent pace of 6.5 km per hour without much effort. I finished within 1 hour 10 minutes gun time. Even my heart beat behaved nicely, working hard with my zone.
Juliana Ali set up a boot in the event to promote her charity 100 km race scheduled later this month in Singapore. She will be running for charity to help the Japanese who are still suffering post tsunami. A lot more help is still needed in disaster zone and we are proud that Juliana will be doing her best to make a difference. I helped her to promote her cause. Please contribute to her charity which is in conjunction with the Red Cross to send aid to Japan.
For more information please visit her blog here: