Mirians log another entry in Malaysia Book of Records

MIRI: This city created another historic milestone in the Malaysia Book of Records (MyBOR) when a total of 10,476 people took part in the Reggaeton Workout Warm Up held at Marina ParkCity yesterday.

Participants from all walks of life taking part in both the 10km Miri City Day Run and 5km Fun Run gathered at Marina ParkCity from as early as 5am.

Various government agencies, non-governmental organisations and the private sector also sent their staff to participate in the event.

The event started with a warm up session conducted by eight dance studios and fitness centres; namely The One Gym Centre, Victor Aspirations, Ace Fitness Miri, Fifth5 Champion Fitness Centre, Misa Luvi Dance & Fitness Studio, Zumba Fitness Erikings, E-zy Health Fitness and Dance Fusion.

Chief Ministers wife Datin Patinggi Datuk Jamilah Anu flagged off the event at 7.30am.

The event was held in conjunction with Miri Citys 10th anniversary.

Mayor Lawrence Lai said the event was a success as the organising committee only expected 10,000 people to take part.

We were actually surprised that we exceeded the target and managed to create a new record in the Malaysia Book of Records today.

As mayor, I am happy that Mirians and the non-governmental organisations here are able to work closely with each other especially in organising an event like this, he said, adding that the Miri City Day Runwas the citys 14th record in MyBOR.

Useless and meaningless record. Nothing to be proud of, even if it was in the Guinness World Records.