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Power up your performance for Yoma Yangon International Marathon 2020 at Pun Hlaing Estate

Updated: Nov 17, 2019

Get ready for the marathon with a free pre-marathon training session on 20 November 2019 at Pun Hlaing Estate.

Photo credit: Julian Ray

Yoma Yangon International Marathon 2020

YYIM is hosting a free training session in collaboration with Powerhouse (official fitness sponsor) and Pun Hlaing Estate on 20 Nov 2019 from 1500-1600. Pun Hlaing Estate is a 652 acre estate is located by the Hlaing and Pan Hlaing rivers, and is a beautifully landscaped oasis of luxury estate villas and serviced apartments, golf course, country club with outdoor pool and tennis courts, culinary experiences, hotel, an international school, a hospital and a wellness day spa. Pun Hlaing Estate is a breath of fresh air away from the city so you can fully relax and enjoy life in Myanmar. Pun Hlaing Estate is developed by awards winning real estate developer Yoma Land. Email YYIM to register for the pre-training.

Yoma Yangon International Marathon (YYIM) is organised by Yoma Strategic Holdings Ltd. with support from Yangon City Development Committee and First Myanmar Investment Public Co., Ltd. YYIM will continue its charity theme of Run for Children and will raise funds for underprivileged children in Myanmar.

YYIM is sponsored by Yoma Group is a leading conglomerate in Myanmar with a focus on the Real Estate, Financial Services, Automotive & Heavy Equipment, Healthcare, Consumer and Tourism sectors. Through its subsidiaries, Yoma Strategic Holdings and First Myanmar Investment, Yoma Group has built up a nation-wide presence and is widely regarded as the partner of choice for international organisations in Myanmar.

The Group’s mission is to “Build A Better Myanmar for its People", and an important part of YYIM is fundraising for charity. With each YYIM event held, proceeds of fundraising have been donated to improve the lives of youth in Myanmar. With the theme of Run for Children, YYIM 2020 fundraising efforts will be donated to five different charity groups in the Yangon Division.

"The joy of running and finishing the Yoma Marathon together with my wife Danni and Son Tagen," said Nathan Harrison, project director of Yoma Land

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