Please contact the organizer at +6088-218833 or email [email protected]
No. Wheelchairs may be allowed, subject to organisers’ approval and specific rules.
Non participants are strictly not allowed on the race routes, either on foot or by any other means. The race routes will be blocked and controlled by the relevant authorities for the use of the participants only. No pets are allowed.
Water stations start at 3Kms after the start point and are available every 3Kms. Isotonic drink stations start at 6Kms and are available every 3 Kms.
At the race pack collection, runners will be given their goodie bags, running bibs & timing chips. Upon completing the race within the respective category time limits, runners for all categories will get a finisher’s medal, finisher’s tee-shirt (only for full marathon) and finisher’s e-certificate available online.
There will be medical back-up crews on motorcycles and bicycles who will have radio communication with the stations and they can be identified by their vests with the words “Medical Support”, “Marshalls” or “Officials”. Please stop them for assistance.
Generally throughout the year, weather in Kota Kinabalu ranges from 29°C during rainy/cloudy days to 34-35°C during hot sunny days.
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No. Changes are not allowed and no refunds will be provided if you are unable to participate for any reason whatsoever. You will still be entitled to your registration pack but there will be no timing chip and you will also not be entitled to any lucky draws at the end of the race.
Participants are strongly encouraged to finish the race within the stipulated time to relief traffic controls and to facilitate the prize giving and closing ceremony without distractions. Only full marathoners who have not completed the race after the full race time will be picked up by sweeper or medical support vehicles.
The first marathon in Sabah was held in 1984 and it was called the Daily Express Sabah Marathon. The next marathon was held 23 years later in 2008 and it was called the Borneo International Marathon (BIM).
Ground Floor, Likas Golf Driving Range,
Jalan Istiadat, 88400 K.K, Sabah.