Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Halfling, half-breed or Muggle? No, it’s just a hilly half marathon 2XU Compression Run

I participated in last year edition and it was 16km at was held at Padang Merbuk. They upgraded to 21km this year (venue: Lake Garden) but unluckily finisher tee was not part of the deal unlike Singapore edition. The route was freaking hilly last year. Runners called it bukit tak masuk akal, bukit setan, bukit azab etc especially the Mayor residence stretch. I knew they will use the same route again this year but this was a necessary evil as part of my upcoming marathon training. Halfie wasn’t my forte actually, my weekly training volume or mileage not that high.  Not my favourite distance.

Went to the race venue with my usual partner in crime Aizat, met friends, warmed up and entered pen early. Forth/fifth line from the front. It was a PB mission but I didn’t put high hope on a big margin. Hilly hokey. My Pb for HM was 1:57 hr at 2XU Compression Run Singapore last year. I didn’t do many HM this year and I was an epic fail at Sundown Malaysia in last April. Most of my ‘rakan sebaya’ pace has successfully clocked at least 1:45hr in their HM and I was waaaaayyyy behind them.

Cubaan menyelit hihihi
After the flag off, I ran at my appropriate pace of 4:30-5:00. Not going to do sub 4 pace for the 1st km as this was a half marathon not a sprint. Or 10k. Saw few friends overtook at earliest km. Since I knew them too well it’ll be a just a matter of them before I can return the favour hihihi. From the Lake Garden we were directed to Padang Merbuk to Bukit Tunku to Dataran Merdeka and finish at Lake Garden. It was flat and few small and moderate hills for the 1st km. One thing I love was the u-turn where I can get hi five, motivation, hand gesture or anything from friends at the other side of the road. My mood was significantly elevated and somehow helped me in running better. Met Shaidan Embee and I ran with him until 16th km where I couldn’t longer kept up with him any longer because of the hilly route.

With accidental pacer, Mr. Shaidan Embee
Elevation profile from Baman Ketama (Fenix 2)
I finally met bukit azab/bukit setan/bukit tak masuk akal shortly after that. I wasn’t too ambitious with that 1km steep uphill route and ran with a relaxed pace. The most important thing was to endure that hill not to attack it. But then my relaxed pace wasn’t enough, I shifted to slow jog. Slow jogged few hundred metres before I made a decision to resort to fast walk as it was too much to bear. Few fast runners u-turned and gave motivation to me. The sufferfest ended when I arrived at the top of the hills where the KL Mayor house situated. Took water from water station, crossed timing mat and ready to run downhill. I need to be careful running downhill as it might cause bad impact to knee, heel and joints. Saw few familiar faces struggling running uphill and I gave them some motivation. I could see the struggle from their face hehe. Bertabahlah. Some asked a question which I considered a trap question. They asked ‘jauh lagi ke?’ If I reply near I’ll be lying but if I reply far it might kill their will and determination. I replied keep on running; you can do it and smiled. Play safe hokey.

Let's cucuk some eyeballs
Not nice! Dang it Syed hahaha
Momentum from running downhill helped me to run fast even on flat surface afterwards. My legs lost its power at final 2 or 3 kilometres. My pace dropped tremendously. Thanks to the the bukit tak masuk akal. Luckily I met Kakai and I felt happy seeing familiar face. He helped me pushing myself and never surrenders to mental and physical limit. I kept on running with moderate pace and sprinted as usual towards finishing line. Ohhh the sufferfest ended finally. I did 1:47 and it was a PB, yeay! Kemarau panjang berakhir sudah. Shaidan did 1:46, roughly 1 min faster than me. I got top 30 placing (27th), hmm not bad.

The end! Hoyeah!
My bib and hard earned hilly route medal. 
Top30 result! Shabba!
It was a great event by Malaysian top compression brand (I believe so). The routes, the volunteers, the water station, the medal, all were awesome. I don’t know if I’ll participate again next year. Penat woi lari bukit tu hahahaha. We’ll see next year ;)
GoPro 1st angle

2nd angle
Acid woot woot

Team Malaysia Fan Run; supporting our athletes and 4:30 mission delayed accomplishment

I wrote about my 4:30 mission last year.
It was tough to achieve this pace but I didn't give up or surrender.
I keep on training and believe in it.
My 4:30 mission target was end of 2013 actually but I didn't achieve it within the time frame.
It was not an easy task to upgrade myself from 4:47 (best 10k event pace) to 4:30.
My legs, lungs and heart can’t keep up with the demand.
So this year my target event for 4:30 mission was TM Fan Run under 10k category.
The venue was supposedly held in MMU but they changed it Dataran Merdeka, in combination with Fit Malaysia (Fit Run 10k).
My friends and I were excited with run because of the cheap registration fee and new Team Malaysia tee design. It was designed by Melinda Ooi and I love it!

Parappapa I'm loving it! 
We (MARDI runners) carpooled from MARDI Serdang to Masjid Negara.
Performed Subuh prayer (berjemaah lagik) there and we walked/ran to the race venue.
Met few WARs friends along the way.

MARDI runners, not a fan of bright lighting LOL 
Anas and I entered the pen early and we got ourselves 2nd row from front.
Ariff and Ridwan came few minutes later and we stood near to each other.
Ridwan and I ran under TM Fan Run but Ariff ran under 10k Fit Run.
Since we have the (almost) same pace, my strategy was to run beside them or perhaps to keep them within my sight if they run at a faster pace.
Not many local elites were seen as few events were held on the same day.
Menyelit jap
(from Tomok's IG)
Y u so serious? Smileeeeeee!
(credit: Gme)
The power of three will set us free, ehhh.
No need to show my insignificant bicep volume, ehhh
(pre-flag off pose)
We were flagged off by KJ at 715am and I ran slightly fast for the 1st km to distance myself from other runners and ran at an appropriate pace at 2nd km.
Ridwan, Ariff and I overtook each other and our position kept changing but we were still relatively near to each other.
The route was not that easy as we encountered few hills, which caused my breathing and pace went haywire. Hill training was not part of my training schedule before the race. Dang!
Running at Putrajaya was much much easier LOL.
Dataran Merdeka was not a good place to target a PB actually hahaha.
I lead our small pack from 6th to 8th km.
Ariff overtook and sped off at 8th km.
I tried to keep up but to no avail.
The distance grew bigger and the only thing I could do was keeping him within my sight.
Roughly at 9th km, he disappeared completely.
Tak guna ko Ariff hahaahaa.  Ariff, awak kat mana, awak kat mana!
I saw the finishing gantry from the last turn which approximately within 100m.
Suddenly I heard loud footsteps approaching.
Person behind me most likely ‘buka langkah’ and sprint.
No, u not gonna overtake me at this point. Comprendo!
I didn’t dare to look behind as finishing the race was more important.
I dig deep and squeezed every ounce of energy left for a strong finishing.
I knifehand-ed, heel-to-butt-ed and sprinting all out towards the finishing line.
I crossed the line in 00:43:06 (nett time) with average pace of 4:29min/km!
Woohoo 4:30 mission was a success!
It was a PB as well!
I was super-duper-truper happy.
Let’s do the happy chicken dance, or not hahahaha.
It was a delayed accomplishment but I felt happy nonetheless.
However, I felt lil bit dissappointed with the distance as my Garmin recorded 9.6km only.
Dang, underdistance 400m.
Ah well, take it or leave it.
I took a look behind me and saw Ridwan!
He was few seconds late.
I won this time mate hahhaha.
Ridwan has beaten me in all of our races since TM Fan Run December last year.
I shook his hand and hugged him.
We had a great race session and felt satisfied.
I went to medic’s tent straight afterwards.
I vomited few times after finishing the run but nothing came out as I hadn’t eaten anything beforehand.
Muntah angin, happened due to pushing myself too much.
They were puzzled when I told them I vomited and need their help.
Perhaps this was their first time encountering this kind of problem in a race LOL.
Since they were not much of help, I said it’s ok and took a stroll around the race area.
Walk helps!
I felt better and reunited with Ridwan, Ariff and few friends.
Ariff told us he completed the run in 42 mins (1 min faster than Ridwan and me) and won the third place for Fit Run. He was awarded a trophy later.
Untunglar hahahaha. Mode: jeles.

Rakan sebaya 'pace'
Post-run pose

Oh yeah, we are TM Fan Run finishers!
Runners and idola!
Let's support Team Malaysia!
Team Malaysia, you have our support!
WARs @ TM Fan Run
KJ, a fit minister
Took photos with friends, 'pusing-pusing' booth and 'balik.'
Overall, I was satisfied with the race.
Apart from the underdistance issue, the organiser did a great job.
The race was meant to support our local (heroes) athletes in Sukan Asia after all.
We had a great race; pacing and support each other.
Fair and square.
Official result came out a little late.
Perhaps the combination of TM Fan Run & Fit Run 10k made them hard to sort it out.
Turned out the time difference between Ridwan and me was just by 1 second!
So close!
We got the same nett time but I started the race 1s faster than him.
Meaning that I crossed the starting bar (chip) 1s earlier than him and I was saved by the bell bar!
Surprisingly I got the 9th placing!
Hoyeah top 10.
This was not the kind of top 10 I’m aiming but since certain someone want me to embrace it, so I posted the result to social media.
My target for next year is four-flat mission and I’ll post that entry soon ;)
Lucky no 9!
PB finally!

Tuesday, December 2, 2014

No drama no run? The birth of a drama-less blog?

No drama no run? The birth of a drama-less blog?

I’ll touch specifically this time on why do i blog. Why do I even care to blog? Why I don’t bother if people actually read my blog. I’ll also tell the story behind this blog weird name. Friends complained this blog contents are on the contrary with its name LOL. Running without drama is actually a tad boring but too much drama might kill others mood and perception. You don’t just simply run and go home afterwards. There must be an interesting story on why do you run, preparation before running, thought during the run and the conclusion of the run. The story gets more interesting if you participates in a race especially a competitive one. Lots of things happened and it’s a waste if not getting it recorded. Doesn’t matter if it’s via writing or picture. Plus picture speaks thousand words.

I’m not a hard-core blogger. Not a serious one. I drafted an entry and usually took me weeks or months to finalise it before publishing LOL. I write based on my current mood. No mood no words. I don’t care my blog rating, who reads my blog post, the traffic, the keywords etc. Being popular is not my target. I also don’t generate money/income/free gift from my blog. No ad, no product testing, no whatsoever. But then maybe I can do some running product review. Hmmm, sounds like a plan. However, I do reply to people who commented. I like their effort and I feel obliged to respond. I don’t know if my blog do inspire people but I hope so. I’m not a prolific writer and my grammar sucks. So to the grammar nazi out there, please keep it to yourself hahahaha. I turn on spellcheck option for my drafts so that any spelling or grammar mistakes are kept to minimum.

Okay, let’s move on to the history of the No Drama Drama Just Run name. It’s all started in 2012. Aizat had started his own blog and I was featured many times since I was his running partner/ accomplice hehehe. I had this idea of writing my own blog but it failed to materialize because I was too lazy to start/write hahaaha. Lame. Let’s the story begins.

I participated in KL Fabulous Food Hunt in 2012 with 3 friends. Their format was quite simple, go to their designated checkpoint with public transport and perform the tasks. Then they’ll stamp the form. Seems easy but believe me my friend it was not. Since the event name was Fabulous Food Hunt, the task obviously involved eating various foods in a big portion. Only one member can eat that food at one checkpoint. Daud wrote a great blog post on this. We ate nasi lemak, nasi ayam, sate, mee bandung, cendol, roti canai, vegetarian food, nasi campur, sate, steamboat and rojak. A lot! Glorious food indeed! We took lrt, taxi and also running/walking. We ‘sesat’ litle bit and cost us some time. We got 55th placing out of 100 teams. Not bad lah considering this was our first time participating and none of us knew KL that well haha.
Four is for foursome!
From left Izwan, me, Sani & Najib.
Us in paper y'll - fefeeling femes
Buruk lantak, anak sape nih
Aiyoh, in newspaper oso got. Mulut naga!
It was a great experience but I felt super tired post-event. My tummy experienced trauma of eating too much too LOL. Eating a lot and racing in the same time. We were the first timers but our competitiveness spirit was there. We didn’t participate for the sake of participating. The tired feeling was too much to bear; even running full marathon cannot beat this. I arrived home quite late as we had dinner 1st (plus gossip as usual LOL) before heading home. I was supposedly tumpang carpooling with Aizat to go to the inaugural Great Eastern Live Great Run a day after at MATRADE. Since my whole body sore and the tiredness feeling still lingers, I texted him saying that I want to DNS the Great Eastern Live Great Run. Aizat didn’t agree with my DNS option but I was not in the running mood. Goodbye Live Great Run, I’m not ready for you. B2B wasn’t my thing. No stamina to do it. Tummy superfull also. How to run with sore body and full tummy ah. I slept around 10am and slept like a baby. I woke up at 5plus am. My body felt ok. I felt fresh. Not tired. I contacted Aizat but he was on his way to the place already. Plan B. I contacted Kamal & he was willing to wait for me. I drove fast to Kamal’s house and ‘tumpang’ him to the race site. We arrived just in time before the flag off. But then, I was quite far from the starting line. The race was flagged off slightly late. I ran without any big expectation/target. I didn’t have Garmin watch yet at that time and it was quite impossible to check my pace as I was using Nike+ app. We were required to climb over road barrier, 1km before the finishing line. I crossed the finishing line in 01:02:00.48 nett time (pace 5:10min/km) and it was a PB!!!! I was shocked and disbelieved. The last 12km that I did was Men's Health & Shape Night Run 11.8km in July in 01:08:16.06 nett time (pace 5:42min/km). The last 10km that I did was Nike We Run KL 10K 00:53:42.05 (5:22min/km) in October. I successfully save 12s/km if referring to the Nike Run. For me, that’s a lot! PB is actually hard to come by. Syukur. That awesome feeling you got after a PR/PB is hard to describe. Met Aizat and he said drama. Too much drama. From almost DNS to PB hahahaa. I guess the fabulous foods that I ate yesterday fuelled my run too well. It was a fabulous run. I didn’t plan it to be this way, chock-full of drama. A weirdest case, one of a kind.
Bang bang boom. Killing them softly with my brightest smile ;)
No drama drama just pose hihi
WARs @ Live Great Run 2012

with Aizat, who gave idea to the birth of this blog, yosh!
The moment was too epic and unforgettable. From that experience, I suddenly got this tagline of ‘no drama drama just run.’ Obviously this tagline was on the contrary with what was happened. This tagline was meant for a suggestion, please run without any unnecessary drama or attention. Usually an unwanted attention. However, like I previously said no drama no run LOL. It works in tandem & reciprocated. The birth of this blog was from that tagline, as a way to record my beautiful moments from any races I’ve participated. Roarisme? I usually use roar as my nickname for many years. I just wanna say roar is me and hence it became roarisme, as if it was an –isme. It was nice though. That’s all I wanna say. Happy reading ;-)

Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Back With A Vengeance, Top 30 Mission Accomplished! Milo Breakfast Day Run 2014 Race Report

A not so little bird tweeted that Milo Breakfast Day run will be held again this year on the 20th April 2014 in Putrajaya. Last year edition was a success (minus the traffic woes). Upon learning this, I refrained myself from registering King of Bukit Larut (KOBL) race. Sorry team Pacat. I wanted to run both but my ‘kage bunshin no jutsu’ was nowhere near perfect so I chose you Pikachu Milo run. I think Milo Breakfast Day run is the only run that offers prize up to top 30 placing for all categories. Not to mention the registration fee is super cheap considering the current inflation rate. With RM20, runners will get a drifit tee, medal and goodies. Don’t forget the unlimited heavenly brain popping sweet and delicious Milo van drink. Since the prizes are not in cash, I somehow believe the Kenyans will not take part. More yeay for us.

Prize for top 30

I took part in the last year Milo Breakfast Day Run. It was a success attempt of KL Towerthon & Milo Breakfast Day Run back to back (B2B) run. I was targeting top 30 for Milo Breakfast Day Run 2013 but it turned out to be a total disaster as my legs felt heavy due to KL Towerthon thousand stairs climb. Asking too much I guess LOL. I got 57th placing instead. I envied the last person who got the last top 30 placing and it was my friend. So I set my mind that I’m going to win those top 30 placing next year (this year). I’ll do anything in order to fulfil my vow of vengeance. I so-called it my redemption.
Last year 7km Men's Open result - pic from Penonton blog
Fast forward to a year later, I successfully signed up the run and urged friends doing so. Many friends including non-runners were willingly to become part of it as it was very cheap (early bird RM20, late RM30) and they have this conscience of keeping themselves fit. Since many of my friends registered, I knew I’ll have this small problem of not meeting everyone at the race site. Let’s leave it for a while as I have a bigger problem. My preparation for the race was quite good. It was not a surprise but I managed doing whole set of tempo, speedwork, hill training and long run few weeks prior to the event date. I knew that in order to book myself a slot in the top 30, I must train myself hard and have to be in a tip top condition so that I can give my 100%. Even if everything works in my favour, I’ll barely get the coveted top 30 spot. A suitable pace for top 30 would be 4:30min/km. The top runners sure fast. However, I was asked to go to the North Malaysia for work trip few days before the race. I didn’t have much time for training that week. To add more salt to the wound, I was infected with bugs as my throat became sore and body feverish. It became worse when I came back from my trip. I knew #shithappens but this was just so perfect, dang! I became ‘pasrah’ with this fate and will try my best for the run. I knew I won’t be able giving a 100% but I will fight to the teeth and bone. My colleague took the race kit for me and surprisingly I got a very nice bib number, A0066. Add one more 6 and it’ll be the devil’s number. Oppss khurafat. The perk of registering early. A day before, my health was getting better even though the feverish feeling still lingers. I attended a swimming class in Presint 11 with friends and I considered this as a cross training to make up for the losses of training time.

I'm not crazy, I'm just little unwell
 Matchbox 20 - Unwell
Dugong or duyong?
Route 666
My strategy for the race day was quite simple. Wore apparel as minimal as possible and came early for the front spot before the flag off. I chose Putrajaya Night Marathon 2011 white sleeveless vest and Salomon ¾ tights. PNM vest was chosen as I still cannot make up my mind on which category should I take part in this year PNM hihihi. The Salomon ¾ tights was chosen as part of fulfilment the obligation of membalut menutup aurat. I also equipped myself with Injinji toesock and Skechers GoRun3. I met Ridwan and we entered the pen together as early as 640am. I was standing second row from the starting line. Luckily this one kind-hearted uncle willing to swap his very front place with mine and I agreed. Flashes of camera everywhere and I felt like I was hunted by paparazzi LOL. Drama much. I was having a little discomfort as my tummy was bloated since I woke up. We sang Negaraku and at 720am we were flagged of by the officials.

Spot me! Spot me!
Okay, you got me ;)

Smile, no need to be that serious hokey!

Get set, ready, (press start on GPS watch) go! 

Run fast for your mother, run fast for your father
Run for your children and your sisters and brothers
Florence & The Machine - Dog Days Are Over

Unleash your inner kiasu cheetah!
I ran a little bit fast for the first km as I wanted to distance myself from other runners.  My running strategies was quite simple, run a little bit fast for the 1st km, recover and run at my usual event pace for the following km, ran faster for the final km and sprint when it’s about 100m to the finishing line.

Hungga hungga!

Kiri kanan kiri kanan hayun langkahmu

Tolong tepi sikit
Tolong tepi sikit
Sleeq feat. Joe Flizzow - Tepi Sikit
Everything worked well for the 1st 5km but all hell breaks loose afterwards. Side stitches came and failed to subside no matter what I did. My bloated tummy became apparent and caused discomfort. Fever was catching up at the fifth km and I was experiencing shortness of breath. Whole set of disaster worked in combo in attempt stopping me from running. I failed to keep up with my event/tempo pace. My pace went down to 5:05min/km. The thought of stopping and walking instead came to my mind. I was suffering much. I even burped and felt like wanna throw up. Luckily only air went out. People will understand that I tried my best but my health didn’t permit me from going all out. No luck for top 30. Shit happens. Manusia punya asa, Tuhan punya kuasa. However, the never give up attitude plus the kiasu-ness in me were still there. I tried hard to maintain my form and stride. I didn’t dare to glance at my Garmin FR610 for my current pace. Pace was not the main issue as the most important thing was making sure my body keep moving even at its genkai/limit. At final KM I saw Izman was busy snapshotting runners. The sight of friend (with a camera hihihi) has elevated my mood and kinda boosting my will of running. However, due to the tiredness, I cannot put a happy, friendly or photogenic pace LOL. I realized Maman was taking few shots of me running and it’ll surely not the best pose of me. I quickened my pace and I saw few runners including Ridwan in front of me. It was an impossible task to catch up to them. I heard laud footsteps near me and I didn’t bother to look back. At final 100m, I dashed and sprinted to the finishing line. This is what I normally do in any race and it’s a habit, a sign that I won’t easily go down without a fight. It was my last resort, squeezing every ounce of strength I had left. I didn’t know my current placing and I already ‘pasrah’ with my fate. If got ‘rezeki’ I’ll get the top 30 and if I don’t get it I’ll try again next time. Crowds were cheering and many snapshots were taken by photographers. Again, no cute pose as the mission was to finish this run asap. 

100% concentration, no play play!
Ok, no harm to play lil bit ;) Put your paws up.
Want your bad romance
Lady Gaga - Bad Romance
Apa pandang-pandang? I know I'm not that fast T_T
Knife hand, chopping my way to the pursuit of happyness
I arrived at the finishing line panting, huffing and puffing for air and I was given a tag. Felt like fainting. I read the label on the tag, it was written with ‘A30 potential winner’. OMG OMG, I made it to the top 30! The last spot! I felt like crying T_T huhuhuhu. All the efforts, the sacrifice, the suffering, the drama, the support, the failure, the revenge, the envy have made this feat possible. I congratulated Ridwan and another person who arrived before me. Ridwan got 28th placing with 11s difference with my spot. A moment later the 32th guy congratulated us and said he missed the top 30 spot. My Garmin showed 7.28km with 4:37min/km pace! Such pace is needed to get the top 30 spot. So super competitive! It turned out the timing difference from 27th to 32nd was all in second! 31st 7s and 32nd 10s behind me! No 28 14s and 15s in front of me. So near. No wonder the footsteps were loud and clear. I was saved by the bell last sprint. This wasn’t my first time getting top 30 spots in a big event but this was surely my 1st time winning prize for being in top 30 spot.

Top 30 potential winner! Woohoo! Grinning from ear to ear ;)
Few friends were successfully getting top 30 spot for themselves. Epito got 19th and Khairul Izwan got 23th spot. Both of them normally run faster than me. Khai and Ariff got 30+ spot. Good luck mates next time. I know both of you will come back stronger next time.

Love this pic! We are the underdogs. From left, Kh ai, me, Ridwan, Epito, Krul Izwan & Ariff Syafiq
I was having trouble contacting friends. Internet and call line were too busy. Too many people. However, after trying many times, I successfully met and took photo with most of my friends. Met workmates, WARS friends, Totisthoners, Santai pace runners and other friends as well. They congratulated me for being in top 30. I also congratulated them for being able to finish this 7km run especially for the first timer and non-regular runner. A special shoutout to my housemate, Mohd Azlimi and ex-housemate Cikgu Sam Raymi for completing 7km run for the first time. Both of them are single mingle hohoho.
Single & ready to mingle. Meet Limi & Cikgu Sam Raymi (from left)

Me & UMBIans
Totisthoners + Dayat. Thanks Totis for the moral support, really appreciate it.
From left, Izman (the superb photographer), Abg Shah (thanks for the tips & training) & Izwah (thanks for the support)
Rakan satu tempat kerja
With Shyamala (barefoot runner), Aizultamir (pose kembar siam LOL), Fard  Jill & Ain Havi
With Romzy Liu & Ridwan
Haslam Shah & Nazlan WT, they run faster than me, seriously.
Secret weapon (drug) hohoho. No lah, my prescribed (fever) medicine actually
I took my prize from the committee tent and this was contrary to popular belief. People call my placing as podium but I beg to differ. Podium placing is when you are given your prize while standing on the podium. Or at least you took it from the stage. I told my friends that I was willing not taking the prize as long as I can keep the 30th placing tag. Luckily they gave the prize and I can keep the tag. The verification was thorough. I showed them my bib, my tag and IC. They checked it with their printed result and we were asked to fill in our details in 2 similar forms. They gave one of the forms to us. This process was new to me as this was my first time winning something. Verification was very important to exclude any foul play.

The Tent
Form to fill
Prize - few months stock. Jimat belanja.
Honestly, I didn’t care much about the prize as the most important thing to me was the placing. I’m still relatively new in this running field and I started out as a slow runner. This 30th placing marked my training is working and I’m progressing well. Look forward to a better timing and placing next time. Perhaps a podium placing if possible ;)

My FB post! Thanks y'll
Another FB post with my 'sederhana' timing

Top 30 Men's Open result, taken from blog femes Penonton
Last but not least, photo of me having a simple 3-0 celebration. I won top 30 only lah, no need for a big celebration. But then winning this top 30 make me feel like I've won a great podium placing LOL. Thanks for reading ;)

All mine! Muahahaha