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Remember you can update your own ATM profile!
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With special thanks to Race Timing Solutions, leading registration and time-keeping company in Hong Kong, we kindly remind everyone that you can edit your own ATM profile. Most of you have already noticed that a lot of things are 'clickable' in the Asia Trail Master Championship ranking interface, and we invite you all to try and click on your name. What you will find is your running profile and history of ATM race performances. You can edit your profile, and add a picture and as much content and information as you like. To do so, you need to follow a few steps first. Essentially, you need a personal password to enter. 

Sign-up and log-in webpage

For runners to access their ATM profiles, you just need to e-mail RTS at info@racetimingsolutions.com and their staff will issue you with a password. Your e-mail address will serve as your log-in ID.

Once you are into your own page, you can add content as much as you like. It is YOUR page. 

Please note that the results database goes back to 2016, when we launched the system together with RTS. The race results of the first ATM season in 2015 are therefore not (yet) integrated into the database. 

One important element we would like to highlight: the famous ATM ID. As you can see below, each runner has an ID number in ATM, which is very important as it allows us to add your race results to your profile automatically. 

We ask and some race registration providers do have a special line in their race form asking for your ATM ID when you sign up. Although not mandatory, we kindly request that you always enter your ID number into this field when requested by a race organiser. This does help us a lot to save time, and will also allow us to update the ATM ranking even faster after every points race. One issue we have is that with so many different time-keeping and registration providers, who unfortunately do not always follow ITRA standards, people get two different profiles because first and last names are mixed up, someone signs up with a nickname, spelling mistakes and so on. But if you add the ATM ID, all these problems won’t occur. We thank all of you in advance for your assistance. Besides, isn't it great to have a track record of all your ATM races in one place? 

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Update your own ATM profile!
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With special thanks to Race Timing Solutions, leading registration and time-keeping company in Hong Kong, we are now ready to officially roll out our race and runner database to the ATM community. Most of you have already noticed that a lot of things are 'clickable' in the Asia Trail Master Championship ranking interface, and we invite you all to try and click on your name. What you will find is your running profile and history of ATM race performances. As of now, you can edit your profile, and add as much content and information as you like. To do so, you need to follow a few steps first. Essentially, you need a personal password to enter. 

Sign-up and log-in webpage

For runners to access their ATM profiles, you just need to e-mail RTS at info@racetimingsolutions.com and their staff will issue you with a password. Your e-mail address will serve as your log-in ID.

Once you are into your own page, you can add content as much as you like. It is YOUR page. 

Please note that the results database goes back to 2016, when we launched the system together with RTS. The race results of the first ATM season in 2015 are therefore not (yet) integrated into the database. 

One important element we would like to highlight: the famous ATM ID. As you can see below, each runner has an ID number in ATM, which is very important as it allows us to add your race results to your profile automatically. 

Race registration providers such as Raceyaya (Rizal Mountain Run, Akyathlon, CMU, Sungai Menyala etc) now have a special line in their race form asking for your ATM ID when you sign up. Although not mandatory, we kindly request that you always enter your ID number into this field when requested by a race organiser. This does help us a lot to save time, and will also allow us to update the ATM ranking even faster after every points race. We thank all of you in advance for your assistance. Besides, isn't it great to have a track record of all your ATM races in one place? 

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ATM Ranking Update following Indonesia SuperTrail
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The Indonesia SuperTrail, Mesastila Peaks Challenge, as expected shook up the ranking for the Asia Trail Master Championship. Both male and female standings saw a new leader at the end of the tough volcano race. They are familiar faces as well: Arief Wismoyono was the 2015 Asia Trail Master Champion, and Tahira Najmunisaa is of course the defending 2016 women's champion. Both athletes are not done yet for the season, and certainly look strong contenders for this year's title. 

The full ranking can be consulted via Race Timing Solutions in Hong Kong: http://m.racetimingsolutions.com/rankings/2017

MALE ATM RANKING
As of 10 October (provisional)

1.  Arief Wismoyono (INA) 2400 (5) 
2.  Isaac Wan Ho Yuen   (HKG)  2210 (5). 
3.  Soonseng Ong (MAS)  2125(4) 
4.  Yim Heng Fatt (MAS) 2040 (5+)
5.   Pablo  Diago Gonzalez (ESP) 1935 (5)   
6    Cao Ngoc Ha (VIE)   1900    (4)
7    Hendra    Siswanto (INA)    1870    (5)
8    Manolito Lupig  Divina (INA) 1500   (3)
9    Gaspard    Dessy  (BEL)   1300    (3)
10   Aleksis    Capili  (THA)  1205  (3)
11    Yohanis    Hiariej  (INA)  1180    
12   Norman    Koh (SIN)   1090    
13  Aris Sopiandi    Muklis  (INA)  1020    
14  Sefli    Ahar (BRU)   1000    
15  Tran    Duy Quang  (VIE)  950  
16    Jun    Kaise  (JPN)  925    
17    Affindi Bin Nudin (MAS)   915    
18    Wilnar    Iglesia   (PHI) 890    
19    Arnold    Lozano  (PHI)  875    
19     Rexel    Aguirre  (PHI)  875    
21     Kris    Van De Velde (BEL)   867    
22     Ari    Masrudi (INA)   820    
22     Duc Quang    Nguyen  (VIE)  820    
24     Joseph    Sibal   (PHI) 797    
25     Jan    Nilsen (NOR)   795

ATM Women:
 
1       Tahira    Najmunisaa Muhammad Zaid  (MAS)  2600    
2       Kim    Matthews   (AUS)  2585    
3       Ruth    Theresia  (INA)  2575    
4       Shindy    Patricia  (INA)  2250  
5.      Lily Suryani (INA) 2225  
6       Cheryl    Bihag  (PHI)  1820    
7       Adelinah    Lintanga (MAS)    1800    
8       Mila    Marlina   (INA) 1500    
9       Siawhua    Lim (MAS)   1325    
10       Le Phuong    Vy   (VIE) 1145    
11       Ina    Budiyarni  (INA)  1125    
12       Kwan Yee Jocelyn    Cheung  (HKG)  1030    
13       Sandi Menchi    Catlona Abahan    1000    
13       Yelena    Mitrofanova  (RUS) 50K1000    
15       Christine    Loh Woon Chze   (MAS) 995    
16       Jassica    Lintangga  (MAS)  900    
17       Thi Duong    Nguyen (PHI)   925    
18       Manilyn Napone    Mamugay   (PHI) 900  
19       Bo Young    Jan  (KOR)  100    
20       Eni    Rosita (INA)    790    
20       Patricia Ann    Morota  (PHI)     
22       Irah    Hernandez (PHI)   770    
23       Thi Tieu Phuong    Nguyen (VIE)  740    
24       Islami Fitri    Zahra (INA)   730    
25       Moana    O'Sullivan (NZL)    725

Asia Trail Master Ranking Update

After the Magnificent Merapoh Trail in Malaysia and Rinjani 100 in Indonesia, the 2016 Asia Trail Master championship has seen substantial changes at the top. Isaac Yuen Wan Ho is back on number 1 in the men's after finishing his third race this season. For the sympathetic Hong Konger, the rest of the year will be tactical and trying to improve his third best result, i.e. 350 points (incidently, Isaac scored 350 points in all his races). He also gets the Abroad Bonus, 50 extra points, for having raced at least once outside his country of residence. 

Manolito Devina drops to second place, and now sees Jan Nilsen right behind him. 

In the women's ranking, Tahira Najmunisaa has extended her points lead thanks to her victory in the Merapoh Trail last weekend. It will be hard for anyone to still steal the championship away from her, yet mathematically it is still possible. Philippines' Gretchen Felipe has moved up to second place after her second race win in two months. Adelinah Lintanga from Malaysia has moved up to third place, having accumulated good results in both Malaysia races so far this season. 

Official results of this week's Mongolia Sunrise 2 Sunset are still pending; ATM points will be assigned next week

 MEN TOP 15

1. Isaac Yuen Wan Ho (HKG) 1400 points (incl. Abroad Bonus)
2. Manolito Divina (PHI) 1050 points
3. Jan Nilsen (NOR) 1000 points
4. Xu Xiutao (CHN) 800 points
5. Abdul Rahman (MAS) 775 points
6. Aleksis Capili (PHI) 737 points
7. Marcelino Sano Oy (PHI) 710 points
8. Alan Toh (MAS) 690 points
9. Philip Kian Yong Yeo (MAS) 680 points
10. Matthew Kennedy (GBR) 641 points
11. Zhong Guan (CHN) 640 points
12. Vincent Chalias (FRA) 635 points
13. Yong Yunseok (KOR) 600 points
14. Carlos Paz (ESP) 561 points
15. Raymond Cheung (HKG) 550 points
15. Zhaohong Hua (CHN) 550 points

TOP 15 WOMEN

1. Tahira Najmunisaa (MAS) 1600 points (incl. Abroad Bonus)
2. Gretchen Felipe (PHI) 760 points
3. Adelinah Lintanga (MAS) 690 points
4. Patricia Shindy (INA) 660 points
5. Jassica Lintanga (MAS) 650 points
6. Ma Yanxing (CHN) 550 points
6. Yuen Kit Shan (HKG) 550 points
8. Akmaral Meirman (KAZ) 500 points
8. Ann Mari Lillejord (NOR) 500 points
8. Zhou Dongmei (CHN) 500 points
8. Qu Lijie (CHN) 500 points
8. Yukako Takashima (JPN) 500 points
8. Yukari Fukuda (JPN) 500 points
8. Tseng Wei Lin (TPE) 500 points
8. Xiao Jing (CHN) 500 points

The next points race is the Vietnam Mountain Marathon end of September.

Note: please contact info@asiatrailmaster.com if your name appears twice in the rankings, or in case of any other observation. As event organisers use different systems, double hits can occur when importing. 

After two race victories, Gretchen Felipe (PHI) has moved up to second place in the Asia Trail Master championship, behind Tahira Najmunisaa

After two race victories, Gretchen Felipe (PHI) has moved up to second place in the Asia Trail Master championship, behind Tahira Najmunisaa