14 Apr 2011 No Comments
The North Face 100Â® Asia series was officially launched in 2008, posing runners the challenge of 100km ultra distance. Successful races staged in Australia, Philippines and Singapore had tested the limits of runners in the Asia-Pacific region. It is the first series of its kind in Asia Pacific region. In 2009, The North Face 100Â® set to start from China, at the symbolic landmark of the Great Wall. As the biggest race of The North Face 100Â® series, the event invited world-class endurance athletes to run in the event, while attracting over 3,000 participants. The series also takes place in Australia, Philippines, Japan and Singapore in 2009. The total participants of 2010 have increased to 8000+. Taiwan and Thailand will join this event in 2011 and total we have 7 countries to hold TNF100Â® across Asia.