Hard work pays off as Anas wins towerthon, Serene bags women’s title


Well done: Anas Rosli (left) receiving the trophy and mock cheque from KL Tower chief executive officer Ainol Shaharina Sahar (centre). — Bernama

KUALA LUMPUR: Yesterday’s JomRun KL Tower International Towerthon Challenge, which entered its 16th edition, came with a difference as it was held for the first time in August in conjunction with the National Day.

Anas Rosli, from Rawang, Selangor, emerged as the champion in the men’s open category after finishing the run in 10 minutes.

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