PHOTOS Great Wall int'l trail race kicks off in Pinggu

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Great Wall int'l trail race kicks off in Pinggu

By Guo Xiaohong | China.org.cn

21:37, October 06, 2019

The Great Wall International Trail Challenge Race kicks off in Bolitai village, Zhenluoying town, northeast Beijing's Pinggu district, on October 6, 2019. Over 700 runners from 11 countries participates in the event composed of 100k, 50k and 20k races. All athletes who finish at least one race, regardless of the distance, are eligible to receive points registered by International Trail-Running Association (ITRA), according to the race organizers of Pinggu Bureau of Sport, local government of Zhenluoying and Lei Ultra Trail Beijing Sport Development Co. [photo courtesy of Pinggu Publicity Dept.]

Wang Junxia (left, on the stage), a Chinese former long-distance runner who is the current world record holder at 3,000 Meters, and professional trail runner Yu Lei (right, on the stage), also promoter of trail race sport in China, at the Great Wall International Trail Challenge Race, which kicks off in Bolitai village, Zhenluoying town, northeast Beijing's Pinggu district, on October 6, 2019. [photo courtesy of Pinggu Publicity Dept.]

The Great Wall International Trail Challenge Race kicks off in Bolitai village, Zhenluoying town, northeast Beijing's Pinggu district, on October 6, 2019. Over 700 runners from 11 countries participates in the event composed of 100k, 50k and 20k races. All athletes who finish at least one race, regardless of the distance, are eligible to receive points registered by International Trail-Running Association (ITRA), according to the race organizers of Pinggu Bureau of Sport, local government of Zhenluoying and Lei Ultra Trail Beijing Sport Development Co. [photo courtesy of Pinggu Publicity Dept.]

The Great Wall International Trail Challenge Race kicks off in Bolitai village, Zhenluoying town, northeast Beijing's Pinggu district, on October 6, 2019. Over 700 runners from 11 countries participates in the event composed of 100k, 50k and 20k races. All athletes who finish at least one race, regardless of the distance, are eligible to receive points registered by International Trail-Running Association (ITRA), according to the race organizers of Pinggu Bureau of Sport, local government of Zhenluoying and Lei Ultra Trail Beijing Sport Development Co. [photo courtesy of Pinggu Publicity Dept.]

The Great Wall International Trail Challenge Race kicks off in Bolitai village, Zhenluoying town, northeast Beijing's Pinggu district, on October 6, 2019. Over 700 runners from 11 countries participates in the event composed of 100k, 50k and 20k races. All athletes who finish at least one race, regardless of the distance, are eligible to receive points registered by International Trail-Running Association (ITRA), according to the race organizers of Pinggu Bureau of Sport, local government of Zhenluoying and Lei Ultra Trail Beijing Sport Development Co. [photo courtesy of Pinggu Publicity Dept.]

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