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In the Fast Lane with Nike+ Run Club Malaysia

The Nike+ Run Club Malaysia is driven by speed. In preparation for the upcoming We Run Kuala Lumpur 21k, set for Feb. 1, Nike offered an elevated training run for members of the Nike+ Run Club, as well as the 10,000 registered participants of the We Run Kuala Lumpur 21k. 

Held at Sepang International Circuit, known as Malaysia’s “Home of Motorsports,” runners were challenged with various speed training sessions designed to increase their running speed and help them reach their personal best on race day. 

The course has been known to test drivers’ speed, where the fastest recorded speed clocked over 300km per hour. During the training experience, runners took to the 5.5km racetrack that features 15 turns with a series of interval runs comprised of fast sprints in lengths from 400 to 100 meters. 

To further show their speed, runners in their Nike Zoom Air Structure 18, raced against a luxury sports car for approximately 100 meters.

Sepang International Circuit
To further show their speed, runners in their Nike Zoom Air Structure 18, raced against a luxury sports car for approximately 100 meters.

Nike We Run Kuala Lumpur

We Run Kuala Lumpur is one of four races in Nike’s sixth annual global We Run Race Series, taking place from August through February 2015, which features a 21k distance. Overall, the series will reach more than 200,000 runners in 18 races around the world. Nike’s latest footwear including Nike Zoom Air Structure 18 and apparel innovations help take athletes' race goals to the next level. The Nike+ Running App will provide athletes everywhere with the motivation, inspiration and coaching they need to train for their own race. 

We Run 2014
Sixth anniversary We Run Series motivates and trains athletes through Nike+ Running App to run farther, faster and better.