Posting this notice on behalf of Ee Pin, an adventure racer:

Come Sunday, Nov 30, at 11:11am, Palawan Beach will see seasoned adventure racers and adventure racers wanna-bes, toeing the start line for an amazing journey, by kayak, on mountain bike, on foot and hanging from a rope.

Salomon Wild Eleven is an adventure race which require a team of two, to kayak, swim, bike, run, abseil and traverse a challenging course around Sentosa. Teams are expected to cross the finish line between 2-5 hrs.

An excellent opportunity to capture humans in action. Demonstrate your skills in depicting the pain and suffering which participants will experience while navigating the demanding course, from the waters to rainforests around Sentosa and to heights not for the faint-hearted, hanging from a rope.

Photographers will be provided lunch.

Kindly contact us if you are interested.

Profile :

Alvin Lim

Alvin is the only Singaporean to have completed 3 International Adventure Races (Raid Gauloises 94, Eco-Challenge 00 & Southern Traverse 02). He has won numerous adventure races, mountain bike and kayaking races around the region. He was responsible for leading his team to winning the Adventure Quest 01 in the Professional Mixed Division which saw accomplished international teams from Hong Kong and Malaysia and winning the Adventure Quest-AXN 2003, in the Open category and clinching the much coveted Overall Champion.

Chang Ee Pin

2-time Ironman, 3-time National Long Distance Kayaking Champion, Ee Pin is also a top 10 Singapore marathoner. The only female member of Team Singapore Power in Southern Traverse 2002 and the winning team of Adventure Quest-AXN 2003, she has won numerous half-ironman triathlons, adventure & kayaking races around the region. She was instrumental in helping her team finish 4th in the National Geographic Action Asia Challenge 01-Pangkor, Malaysia, which saw top adventure racers from around the region.

Both were members of Team Singapore Power, Southern Traverse 2002.

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Notes: Copyrights to remain photographers' own, but organizers would like to have a digital copy where possible for usage - upon usage, respective photographer will be acknowledged. For further clarification, please contact Chang Ee Pin at 9763-3744 or Alvin Lim 9176-6951. I (sehsuan) wouldn't be able to help out because I have another photo event on the same day.