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Since the recreational game's inception in the early 1990's by a Taiwanese, Mr. Weng Meng Hui, it's has grown by leaps and bounds; not only by the numbers of people playing which has run into tens of thousands in Taiwan alone, it is played in 22 countries around the world and it has been recognised as a sporting event by the Asian Olympic Council in 1999.

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championship

Our

reasons

world champion

healthy recreational

woodball community

Event

schedule

8.30 am

preparation

Participants do not run a marathon to win. More important for most runners is their personal finish time and their placement within their gender and age.

9.00 am

start

Strategies for completing a marathon include running the whole distance and a run-walk strategy. Average time is 4 hours 32 minutes.

1.00 pm

cutoff

A goal many runners aim for is to break certain time barriers. For example, first-timers often try to run the marathon under 4 hours.

8.00 am

warm-up

Participants do not run a marathon to win. More important for most runners is their personal finish time and their placement within their gender and age.

8.30 am

start

Strategies for completing a marathon include running the whole distance and a run-walk strategy. Average time is 4 hours 32 minutes.

12.00 pm

finish

A goal many runners aim for is to break certain time barriers. For example, first-timers often try to run the marathon under 4 hours.

7.30 am

stretching

Participants do not run a marathon to win. More important for most runners is their personal finish time and their placement within their gender and age.

8.30 am

start

Strategies for completing a marathon include running the whole distance and a run-walk strategy. Average time is 4 hours 32 minutes.

12.30 pm

finish

A goal many runners aim for is to break certain time barriers. For example, first-timers often try to run the marathon under 4 hours.

8.30 am

preparation

Participants do not run a marathon to win. More important for most runners is their personal finish time and their placement within their gender and age.

9.00 am

start

Strategies for completing a marathon include running the whole distance and a run-walk strategy. Average time is 4 hours 32 minutes.

1.00 pm

cutoff

A goal many runners aim for is to break certain time barriers. For example, first-timers often try to run the marathon under 4 hours.

8.30 am

warm-up

Participants do not run a marathon to win. More important for most runners is their personal finish time and their placement within their gender and age.

9.00 am

start

Strategies for completing a marathon include running the whole distance and a run-walk strategy. Average time is 4 hours 32 minutes.

1.00 pm

wrap-up

A goal many runners aim for is to break certain time barriers. For example, first-timers often try to run the marathon under 4 hours.

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