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XI No.8 - Sunday September 30 - Saturday October 13, 2012


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Chiang Mai delivers Regional Disabled Sports Games flag to Nan

Permanent Secretary of Chiang Mai Adisorn Kamnerdsiri presents the Games flag to Nan officials for the next games to be held there.

Nopniwat Krailerg
The Permanent Secretary of Chiang Mai Adisorn Kamnerdsiri presided over the closing ceremony of the 31st National Disabled Games for Region 5, or the Srinakornping Games which Chiang Mai hosted from September 5-7.
The 700 Years Stadium saw the qualifying matches for the National Games among disabled people from around the North.
The closing ceremony featured the traditional dances and clothing of Nan while officials from Nan welcomed the flag and promised to create a colorful atmosphere of friendship between athletes with disabilities.
Nan Province will host the 32nd National Disabled Sports Region 5 Games from January 15-19, 2013.
 


Toyota Motor Sports 2012 in Chiang Mai

Toyota Motor Thailand Co., Ltd. will hold the Toyota Motorsport 2012 Round 5 on October 20-21, 2012 at 700 years Stadium. 49 cars will join 3 races with Yaris in the Class B, the Vios in Class C and a Lady’s Race. More than 40,000 people are expected to attend the races. Additionally there will be a festival at night with concerts, a cheerleading contest, food and safe driving training courses for the two day event.


Chiang Mai FC clinches AIS Champions League Division 2

Chiang Mai Football Club, the Lanna Tigers, celebrate their win and the Division 2 Championship League Title.

Nopniwat Krailerg
Thousands of jubilant fans streamed from 700 Year Stadium on September 15, filling the streets with cars and motorbikes filled with shouting fans carrying flags when the Lanna Tigers, or Chiang Mai Football Club, fulfilled their fans dreams with their 4-3 win over “Warrior Chakungrao” Kamphaeng Phet FC on September 15, 2012. The win propels the team into Division 1 next season.

Rainy conditions made for less than favorable play but the Tigers struggled for the win and in the end took the Championship League 2 North Zone over Kamphaeng Phet FC. Dr. Udonpan Chanthaviroj, Executive Chairman Chiang Mai FC, coaches and players posed with the trophy and toasted with champagne at the end of the match as the fans cheered the win.

Chiang Mai had their final match against Phare United on September 22 where it ended in a 2-2 draw.

They hosted the Champions League Draw at Far Eastern University with 12 teams from the various regions taking part in the Division 2 draw. The draw concluded with a friendly between Chiang Mai FC and Laos PDR.

The game was wet and rainy and the Tigers struggled but won the game and the trophy.


2nd annual Doi Suthep Time Trials

Cyclists line up before the start of the time trial.

By Marcus Macguire, Crouching Tiger Cycling Tours
Sunday, September 16, 2012 saw the second annual running of the Doi Suthep Individual Time Trial; an event for cyclists to pit themselves against the famous Chiang Mai climb. Known as the race of truth, a time trial is more a race against oneself than a race against one’s competitors. And on this occasion the challenge was to cycle approximately 11km uphill from the foot of the mountain to the temple Wat Phra That Doi Suthep.
The field comprised of cyclists of varying abilities and motivations; from super fit athletes, who came to make their mark and record the best possible time up the mountain, to the casual cyclist, there for a fun ride up the “Doi” and to say that they took part. Overnight rains ensured slightly milder conditions for the event, essential for a top performance.
Riders were sent off at one minute intervals to cycle up the mountain and have their time registered upon arrival at the temple. With an average uphill gradient of 6% the route is a test of pure strength more than technique. The best time of the day, which is also the fastest recorded ride to date, was 26’51” by Frenchman Peter Pouly, ridden on a road bicycle. The best time ridden on a Mountain Bike was 31’42” by Jantanboon Griangchaiphraipanah.
For avid cyclists, the ride up Doi Suthep is a source of great pleasure as much as it is a challenge. With fantastic roads and scenic views you can understand the attraction of this place. (All photos by Ronnakit Norkham, courtesy of Crouching Tiger Cycling Tours)


HEADLINES [click on headline to view story]

Chiang Mai delivers Regional Disabled Sports Games flag to Nan

Toyota Motor Sports 2012 in Chiang Mai

Chiang Mai FC clinches AIS Champions League Division 2

2nd annual Doi Suthep Time Trials
 

 



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