UPDATE 24 September 2017 - After 21 races in the 2017 season, including the SuperTrails in Thailand and Malaysia with 50 bonus points for all finishers, it is Malaysia Steven Ong and Lily Suryani (Indonesia) heading the championship ranking. Steven Soonseng Ong has had three big wins and a second place so far, which certainly puts him in pole position to become the 2017 champion already. However, there's three more Supertrails and several challengers... In the women's, Lily Suryani has had six races already this season and with strong podium places included. Only her best five results are taken into account. She leads the ranking deservedly ahead of her compatriot Ruth Theresa with four races to date, Kim Matthews and defending champion Tahira Najmunisaa Muhammad Zaid.
A significant new regulation in this new year is that not the best three, but the best five results per runner count for the final championship ranking at the end of the year.
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