Female triathlete does Everesting on her bicycle in Malaysia

Kha Khrang's most memorable Everesting moment was when she was stranded in a flash flood mid-Everesting in Bukit Prima, Segambut, Kuala Lumpur during the RMCO. Photo: Chris Kha Khrang

It all started when triathlete Chrissy Kha Khrang saw a post on Everesting on a fellow cyclist from Europe's social media page. She clicked the link in the post and that took her to the Official Everesting Discussion Group – that is hosted by Hells 500's Andy van Bergen, the founder of Everesting. Kha Khrang decided to join the group.

“There were so many inspirational stories that I was motivated to challenge myself and find my mental strength, ” she enthused.

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