UPDATE 16 May 2017 - After 12 races in the 2017 season, including the SuperTrails in Thailand and Malaysia with 50 bonus points for all finishers, it is Indonesia's Arief Wismoyono and Cheryl Bihag (Philippines) heading the championship ranking. A win, two third and one fourth place for Arief, who is leading Malaysia's Steven Oong, who has scored two wins and one second place in three races so far. Cheryl Bihag from Philippines, having done five races already, overtook last year's champion Tahira Najmunisaa (Malaysia) by 138 points at the Korea 50K race. Tahira has done three races, and also sees Ruth Theresia from Indonesia ahead of her after the latter completed the 100 miles SuperTrail at Penang Eco.
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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