Phnom Penh – Spanish man Marc Piug Amiel won the fourth Angkor Ultra Trail 128-km challenge off at the complex of Angkor Archaeological Park in northwest Cambodia on Saturday.
Amiel timed 13 hours, 36 minutes and 31 seconds, while Frenchwoman Messina Veronique crossed the finish line in 18:38:27 for the title.
Vath Chamroeun, Secretary General of the National Olympic Committee of Cambodia (NOCC), said more than 1,000 runners from 42 countries and regions competed in the event, which features the 128-km Ultra Trail, 64-km trail, 32-km trail, and 16-km run.
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