Simon

Abrahams

great britain

Clare

Ainsworth

great britain

Nick

Appell

great britain

Yuichi

Ashizaki

japan

Brad

Beall

united states

Michael

Boyes

canada

David

Brogan

great britain

Silvana

Camelio

chile

Luiz

Candido

brazil

Chris

Clark

great britain

Ben

Comesky

new zealand

Maria

Correia

brazil

Eleanor

Dorran

ireland

Anthony

Dubber

great britain

Erik

Eklund

united states

Gareth

Evans

great britain
united states

John

Fang

chinese taipei

Paula

Godoy

argentina

Paul

Grealish

ireland

Joan

Grealish

ireland

Lise

Gronskar

norway

Steve

Hearn

great britain

Nahila

Hernandez

cuba
mexico

Jon

Hohenthaner

united states

James

Humphries

united states

Michael

Juergens

united states

Kenichi

Kamada

japan

Mikio

Kawamoto

japan

Alex

Kemp

great britain

Joe

Kluberton

united states

Xibei

Li

china

Cristina

Loth

united states

Allim

Milazi

south africa

Patrick

Ngan

hong kong
china

Lookpetch

Nielsen

thailand

Haidong

Pan

china

Miguel

Raposo

portugal

Lisa Colon

Richardson

puerto rico
united states

Tyler

Rogers

united states

Anders

Rosten

denmark

Joao Bandeira

Santos

portugal

Steven

Seaton

great britain

Sasie

Smittipatana

thailand

Krzysztof

Stepien

poland

Teresa

Strad

Cayman Islands

Catherine Yanfeng

Sun

china

Adam

Unger

Israel

Santiago

Urrutia

chile

Cristian Sieveking

Vera

chile

Ben

Walmsley

great britain

Paul

Webb

great britain

Doug

White

united states

Luke

Wigman

great britain

Susan

Yarad

united states

Eric

Yesuheng Xin

china

Alan

Young

great britain

Bartlomiej

Zajac

poland

Danny

chan

hong kong
china

(100 KM COMPETITOR) A theatre actor and director and Now TV artist. In 2011, Danny first produced a TV show on running entitled "Danny Walker". He has since attended different trail runs in Hong Kong, including the 2012 26km Moon Trekker; the 2013-14 100km Oxfam Trail Walks; the 2014 38km Grace Charity Double Trail Run; and the 2014 57km Totem Run. The Antarctic 100k will be Danny's first overseas run.

Kason

fok

hong kong
china

(100 KM COMPETITOR) A 33-year-old Associate Director of the largest Independent Financial Advisor Company in Hong Kong. Kason completed the 2013 UVU North Pole Marathon and represented Convoy Hearts when completing the 254km Marathon Des Sables in the Sahara Desert in 2012, raising funds for underprivileged students in China in the process. He also completed the Hong Kong Oxfam Trail Walker and HK100km in 2014. Kason hopes to run 7 marathons on 7 different continents and enjoys the combination of running and travelling.

Andrew

lai

hong kong
china

(100 KM COMPETITOR) An amateur ultramarathon runner for less than 4 years. As part of the Convoy Hearts team, Andrew completed the Marathon des Sables in 2012, raising funds for unprivileged student in China. He also finished the Oxfam Hong Kong Trailwalker (100km mountain race) the same year. He also participated in HK100 (another 100km mountain ultra) to raise funds to sponsor visually impaired marathoners to race abroad, as well as completing the Hong Kong and Kyoto marathons in early 2013. Together with "Green Monday - Convoy Hong Kong Team" Andrew also ran the North Pole Marathon in 2013 to raise public awareness on saving our planet and to promote environmentally friendly living - go green on Mondays! Andrew is Associate Director of Convoy Financial Services - a listed independent financial advisory in Hong Kong.

Keith

leung

hong kong
china

(100 KM COMPETITOR) A 24-year-old senior financial consultant from Hong Kong. Keith has discovered a love of seeing the world via running, "seeing the beauties and wonders of this amazing planet with the use of our legs". Having run the Marathon des Sables, Hong Kong 100km trail walker, North Pole Marathon , Mourne Way Trail Marathon and Villarrica Volcano 70km ultra marathon in Chile, he is aiming at joining the North Pole Marathon Grand Slam Club. He will only have two events remaining to do do after completing the Antarctic 100k. He hopes to show the younger generation in Hong Kong that everybody can fulfill theirs dreams despite a negative attitude towards the post-90s generation from older generations and the press.

Steve

lo

hong kong
china

(100 KM COMPETITOR) A 33-year-old who successfully completed the 254km Marathon des Sables and Hong Kong Oxfam Trail Walker in 2012 as well as the North Pole Marathon in 2013. Steve represented the Convoy Hearts team in these events, which was fundraising to enable poor Chinese students to go to University. The Antarctic 100k will now be his seventh continent and he will become a member of both The 7 Continents Marathon Club and the Grand Slam Club by completing it. Steve likes to share the experience of every marathon, spreading a “never give up” message to everyone, especially those struggling with difficulty in their lives.

Kevin

mcGeeney

ireland

(100 KM COMPETITOR) A 44-year-old Irish native who has been living near Lausanne, Switzerland for the past eight years. Since taking up ultra-running in 2003 Kevin has completed over 25 ultras and managed a string of top ten finishes, though he says typically in races with less than ten finishers! His most memorable events include the Marathon des Sables, Davos 78km, Verbier X-trail, Israel’s yam to yam 144km and the Longford Ultra in Ireland. As CEO of SCB, the world’s largest renewable energy brokerage firm, Kevin is familiar with issues of climate change is looking forward to seeing Antarctica so that he "can explain first hand to his two girls, Fie (8) and Liv (7) what it looked like before it melted".

Simon

silin

united states

(100 KM COMPETITOR) A 29-year-old who only started running recently, competing in his first ultra-marathon in April of 2014. Simon started athletics training in January 2014 , having not run a single mile in the previous five years due to back problems. He then ran a 54km race in Israel and now runs socially, and mainly for charity, in New York City where he lives. After the first run he was totally hooked and has been running almost daily, using running as his mode of transport throughout the City. Simon hopes to complete the 7 continent challenge over the next few years, which he believes will be a fantastic way to see and appreciate the land.

Shun Yin

tang

hong kong
china

(100 KM COMPETITOR) Shun Yin (Chris) took part in the Sahara Race in Jordan earlier this year. He is looking forward to his second opportunity to compete overseas and even more opportunitiies in the future.

Keith

whyte

ireland

(100 KM COMPETITOR) The Irish 100km record holder, Keith set his PB of 7:03:53 hrs at the Night of Flanders race in Belgium in June 2013. He has represented Ireland at both Trail World Championships and World 100km Championships and was part of the Irish team that finished 6th at the 100k World Championships in April 2012. He subsequently won the Anglo Celtic Plate 100km (Home Nations) in June 2012. Keith keeps a blog at http://keithwhyteultrarunning.blogspot.com/.

Quincy

wong

hong kong
china

(100 KM COMPETITOR) With eight years experience of long-distance running, Quincy has a goal of “7+2+1” - completing marathons on seven continents, at both Polres and the Sahara Desert. He has already completed various marathons in different regions, including two of the most grueling races in the world - “the Sultan Marathon Des Sables 2011” and “the UVU North Pole Marathon 2013”. As the Chairman of a Hong Kong public listed company - Convoy Financial Group - Quincy always wishes to raise public awareness of different social issues by participating in various community activities. To promote environmental protection, he is the Ambassador of Green Monday as well as Sharksavers. This year, Quincy will partner with his Convoy’team and a graduate of Christian Zheng Sheng College to challenge the Antarctic 100K Expedition. In doing so, he hopes to deliver the value of perseverance to Zheng Sheng students, as well as raise funds for the College’s “Overall Condition Improvement Project”. Christian Zheng Sheng College was founded in 1985 and is the only drug rehabilitation school in Hong Kong. To learn more about Zheng Sheng, please visit http://www.hkschooltv.com/ZhengSheng/Welcome.html.

men's Marathon

rank
first name
last name
nationality
time
bib
01
Paul
Webb
03:35:25
46
02
Luke
Wigman
03:38:53
48
03
Ben
Walmsley
04:55:33
45
04
Miguel
Raposo
05:12:12
33
05
Erik
Eklund
05:13:16
12
06
Gareth
Evans
05:18:12
13
07
Jon
Hohenthaner
05:23:23
20
08
Krzysztof
Stepien
05:27:07
40
09
Bartlomiej
Zajac
05:27:07
52
10
David
Brogan
05:29:06
6
10
Chris
Clark
05:29:06
9
12
Steve
Hearn
05:33:14
19
13
Cristian Sieveking
Vera
05:43:28
43
14
Joao Bandeira
Santos
05:46:00
37
15
Doug
White
06:12:09
47
16
Tyler
Rogers
06:16:26
35
17
Alex
Kemp
06:31:18
26
18
Anthony
Dubber
06:34:41
1
19
Luiz
Candido
06:35:42
8
20
Eric
Yesuheng Xin
06:36:19
49
21
Paul
Grealish
06:42:53
17
21
Steven
Seaton
06:42:53
38
23
Xibei
Li
06:53:44
27
24
Brad
Beall
06:54:53
4
25
Patrick
Ngan
06:59:45
30
26
Nick
Appell
07:28:12
2
27
John
Fang
07:29:35
14
28
James
Humphries
07:37:42
22
29
Alan
Young
07:41:39
51
30
Yuichi
Ashizaki
07:43:15
3
31
Mikio
Kawamoto
08:05:15
25
32
Michael
Boyes
08:06:56
5
33
Michael
Juergens
08:15:03
23
34
Haidong
Pan
08:19:56
32
35
Allim
Milazi
09:15:23
29
36
Lookpetch
Nielsen
09:18:13
31

women's Marathon

rank
first name
last name
nationality
time
bib
01
Silvana
Camelio
chile
04:40:01
7
02
Nahila
Hernandez
cuba
mexico
04:49:31
21
03
Eleanor
Dorran
ireland
05:46:31
11
04
Lise
Gronskar
norway
06:22:48
18
04
Maria
Correia
brazil
06:22:48
10
06
Susan
Yarad
united states
06:51:28
50
07
Cristina
Loth
united states
07:32:31
28
08
Catherine Yanfeng
Sun
china
07:51:03
42
09
Lisa Colon
Richardson
puerto rico
united states
08:54:40
34
09
Teresa
Strad
Cayman Islands
08:54:40
41
11
Sasie
Smittipatana
thailand
09:18:13
39

men's half marathon

rank
first name
last name
nationality
time
bib
01
Ben
Comesky
new zealand
01:57:41
54
02
Anders
Rosten
denmark
02:09:33
36
03
Joe
Kluberton
united states
02:11:46
44
04
Santiago
Urrutia
chile
02:47:16
15
05
Kenichi
Kamada
japan
05:06:08
24

women's half marathon

rank
first name
last name
nationality
time
bib
01
Clare
Ainsworth
great britain
02:33:14
53
02
Paula
Godoy
argentina
03:09:51
55
03
Joan
Grealish
ireland
03:34:15
16

team competition

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first name
nationality
time
bib nº
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wheelchair marathon

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last name
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time
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handcycle

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men's 100k

MEN'S 100 KM (JANUARY 2015)

rank
first name
last name
nationality
time
bib
01
Keith
whyte
ireland
09:26:02
9
02
Kevin
mcGeeney
ireland
13:08:11
6
03
Quincy
wong
hong kong
china
16:06:25
10
04
Andrew
lai
hong kong
china
16:38:30
3
05
Keith
leung
hong kong
china
16:43:04
4
06
Simon
silin
united states
17:54:16
7
07
Kason
fok
hong kong
china
18:40:26
2
07
Steve
lo
hong kong
china
18:40:26
5
09
Shun Yin
tang
hong kong
china
22:58:02
8
10
Danny
chan
hong kong
china
24:15:20
1

women's 100k

rank
first name
last name
nationality
time
bib
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men's 10k

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first name
last name
nationality
time
bib
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women's 10k

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first name
last name
nationality
time
bib
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Men's 5k

rank
first name
last name
nationality
time
bib
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100 MILE POLAR CENTENARY RUN

rank
first name
last name
nationality
time
bib nº
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