British successes on the Ancient Khmer Path in Cambodia

The final winners of the year are known: British runners Jill Hamill and Thomas Watson turned out victorious in the 4th GlobalLimits' Ancient Khmer Path stage race in Cambodia as they crossed the finish in front of the famous Angkor Wat Temple. After six days of racing over 220km in total, Jill Hamill raised a lot of eyebrows by also being the champion.... overall.  A unique performance!

The podium in Cambodia was completed by Austria's Johannes Mohr and Leonard Dion from Australia in the men's competition, and Eufemia Coppi (Australia) and Christina Khinast-Sittenthaler (Austria) in the women's. Especially Mohr gave Watson quite a bit of a challenge in the second part of the week, with a stage victory on the 4th day, but eventually fell 38 minutes short. 

SIgnificant for the Asia Trail Master points ranking is the 7th place of Patrick Singh and 11th place of Leonard Stanmore, both of them finishing their third stage race of the year, which also implies they both already gathered 3 points for the Grandmaster Quest! 

The Ancient Khmer Path was the final race of the 2015 Asia Trail Master series. The official announcement of our first champions comes on Monday, 7 December. 

Credit: GlobalLimits

Credit: GlobalLimits

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