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An unforgettable race

  • Kenya’s fastest gentlemen: Winners of the 2018 Maybank Bali Marathon’s men’s full marathon category on Sept. 9 in Gianyar, Bali, all of whom come from Kenya, pose together for a photograph. The first-place winner of the event is Cosmas Matolo Muteti (center), followed by runner-up Kiprop Tonui (right) and third-place winner Cossmas Kimutai (left).

    Kenya’s fastest gentlemen: Winners of the 2018 Maybank Bali Marathon’s men’s full marathon category on Sept. 9 in Gianyar, Bali, all of whom come from Kenya, pose together for a photograph. The first-place winner of the event is Cosmas Matolo Muteti (center), followed by runner-up Kiprop Tonui (right) and third-place winner Cossmas Kimutai (left).

  • Kenya's fastest ladies: Maybank Indonesia president director Taswin Zakaria (second left) poses with winners of the 2018 Maybank Bali Marathon's women's full marathon category on Sept.9 in Gianyar, Bali, all of whom come from Kenya. First-place winner is Rebecca Jepchirchir Korir (second right), followed by runner-up Peninah Jepkoech (left) and Pauline Wangui Ngigi (right).

    Kenya's fastest ladies: Maybank Indonesia president director Taswin Zakaria (second left) poses with winners of the 2018 Maybank Bali Marathon's women's full marathon category on Sept.9 in Gianyar, Bali, all of whom come from Kenya. First-place winner is Rebecca Jepchirchir Korir (second right), followed by runner-up Peninah Jepkoech (left) and Pauline Wangui Ngigi (right).

  • Early start: The sky is still dark at 4:30 a.m., but around 10,000 runners from 46 countries are at the starting line of the 2018 Maybank Bali Marathon on Sept. 9, ready to take on the course ahead of them. The annual race, which  Maybank Indonesia has organized since 2012, comprises a full marathon, half marathon, a 10-kilometer race, as well as wheelchair and children’s sprint categories that cover Gianyar and Klungkung regencies, Bali.

    Early start: The sky is still dark at 4:30 a.m., but around 10,000 runners from 46 countries are at the starting line of the 2018 Maybank Bali Marathon on Sept. 9, ready to take on the course ahead of them. The annual race, which Maybank Indonesia has organized since 2012, comprises a full marathon, half marathon, a 10-kilometer race, as well as wheelchair and children’s sprint categories that cover Gianyar and Klungkung regencies, Bali.

  • Inclusive race: A man in a wheelchair joins the 2018 Maybank Bali Marathon’s wheelchair category on Sept. 9 in Gianyar, Bali. As many as 52 disabled athletes took part in the category.

    Inclusive race: A man in a wheelchair joins the 2018 Maybank Bali Marathon’s wheelchair category on Sept. 9 in Gianyar, Bali. As many as 52 disabled athletes took part in the category.

  • A splash of energy: A runner enjoys a splash of cold water as he completes his course at the 2018 Maybank Bali Marathon on Sept. 9 in Gianyar, Bali.

    A splash of energy: A runner enjoys a splash of cold water as he completes his course at the 2018 Maybank Bali Marathon on Sept. 9 in Gianyar, Bali.

  • Beautiful vista: Runners make their way through an agricultural field during the 2018 Maybank Bali Marathon on Sept. 9 in Gianyar, Bali. The race track also covers Klungkung village, with its beautiful rice fields and plantations, providing perfect backdrops where runners can watch the sun rise.

    Beautiful vista: Runners make their way through an agricultural field during the 2018 Maybank Bali Marathon on Sept. 9 in Gianyar, Bali. The race track also covers Klungkung village, with its beautiful rice fields and plantations, providing perfect backdrops where runners can watch the sun rise.

  • Young cheerleaders: Students from Klungkung village, Bali, cheer on runners on during the 2018 Maybank Bali Marathon on Sept. 9 as they approach the finish line.

    Young cheerleaders: Students from Klungkung village, Bali, cheer on runners on during the 2018 Maybank Bali Marathon on Sept. 9 as they approach the finish line.

  • We did it!: Amateur runners cheer upon completing their course in the 2018 Maybank Bali Marathon on Sept. 9 in Gianyar, Bali. Besides earning a medal, these runners also derive satisfaction from knowing that they possess the endurance and determination required to finish the race.

    We did it!: Amateur runners cheer upon completing their course in the 2018 Maybank Bali Marathon on Sept. 9 in Gianyar, Bali. Besides earning a medal, these runners also derive satisfaction from knowing that they possess the endurance and determination required to finish the race.

  • A cultural touch: A 2018 Maybank Bali Marathon runner pauses to take a photograph with a local performer wearing a mask depicting a Balinese shadow puppet character in Gianyar, Bali. The race showcases a variety of Balinese music and dance performances to entertain runners throughout the track.

    A cultural touch: A 2018 Maybank Bali Marathon runner pauses to take a photograph with a local performer wearing a mask depicting a Balinese shadow puppet character in Gianyar, Bali. The race showcases a variety of Balinese music and dance performances to entertain runners throughout the track.

  • Cooling down: Runners lay their feet on ice cubes to reduce aches and stiffness upon completing the 2018 Maybank Bali Marathon on Sept. 9 in Gianyar, Bali.

    Cooling down: Runners lay their feet on ice cubes to reduce aches and stiffness upon completing the 2018 Maybank Bali Marathon on Sept. 9 in Gianyar, Bali.

  • Musical sideline: Two runners pose for a selfie in front of a traditional Balinese orchestra during the 2018 Maybank Bali Marathon on Sept. 9 in Gianyar, Bali. The international race also seeks to promote Balinese culture.

    Musical sideline: Two runners pose for a selfie in front of a traditional Balinese orchestra during the 2018 Maybank Bali Marathon on Sept. 9 in Gianyar, Bali. The international race also seeks to promote Balinese culture.

  • Women’s empowerment: Anita, a female entrepreneur, weaves tenun (traditional woven cloth from Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara) in a showcase during the race pack collection for the 2018 Maybank Bali Marathon on Sept. 8 in Taman Bhagawan, Tanjung Benoa, Bali. Anita is one of the recipients of  Maybank Indonesia’s women eco-weavers program, an initiative seeking to empower women through entrepreneurship, which the bank has been organizing since 2012.

    Women’s empowerment: Anita, a female entrepreneur, weaves tenun (traditional woven cloth from Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara) in a showcase during the race pack collection for the 2018 Maybank Bali Marathon on Sept. 8 in Taman Bhagawan, Tanjung Benoa, Bali. Anita is one of the recipients of Maybank Indonesia’s women eco-weavers program, an initiative seeking to empower women through entrepreneurship, which the bank has been organizing since 2012.

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