THE CAMBODIA RUN
28 NOVEMBER – 4 DECEMBER
28 NOV – 4 DEC
• DAY 1: 28 November
Phnom Penh -- Roka Kong (48km)
• DAY 2: 29 November
Roka Kong -- Kampong Cham (62km)
• DAY 3: 30 November
Kampong Cham -- Kampong Thmor (50km)
• DAY 4: 1 December
Kampong Thmor -- Kampong Thom (52km)
• DAY 5: 2 December
Kampong Thom -- Kampong Kdei (52km)
• DAY 6: 3 December
Kampong Kdei -- Siem Reap (45km)
• DAY 7: 4 December
Angkor Wat International
Half Marathon (21km)
CAMBODIA RUN Challenge Founder
Mark is originally from Scotland and moved to Asia in 2008. Before focusing on running, he played club cricket professionally and has represented both Scotland and Hong Kong.
Mark is now an ultramarathon veteran, and his past feats include the 78km Hong Kong Raleigh Challenge and 100km Oxfam Trailwalker.
David is a French expatriate who has been living in Asia since 2008. He is a father of two and is deeply passionate about sports. He is constantly on the move, testing limits and addicted to sensations; on the ground, in the air or on water.
David became an aficionado with trail running and ultra distances and has completed Moon Trekker 50, HK100, Salomon Gore-Tex MaXi-Race Annecy, and TransLantau.
Highlights from the cambodia run 2019
We take you on a journey across some of Cambodia's poorest provinces to raise awareness on poverty.
Help us fight poverty and create sustainable solutions for Cambodia's poor.
All funds go to initiatives by TGF Cambodia to improve lives and uplift communities.
Read about the inaugural run
The Cambodia Run Challenge 2022 Returns to the Kingdom of Wonder: Ultrarunners Target US$200K Fundraising Record to Combat Poverty
Two Hong Kong-based endurance runners embarking on a seven-day 330 km ultramarathon between Phnom Penh and Siem Reap. The 5th edition of the Cambodia Run Challenge aims to raise funds for Temple Garden Foundation to support impoverished rural communities in
Co-Chair of Temple Garden Foundation, Brad Levitt, speaks to MONEY FM 89.3, a Singapore radio station. He shares about the Challenge and how it hopes to aid Cambodia’s major poverty situation.
The first of its kind in Cambodia, the Challenge raised over $170,000 in support of the Temple Garden Foundation Cambodia, a charity which engages communities in the Chi Kraeng district.