As the Micronesian region’s original and most successful obstacle course race (OCR) event, KONQER continues to lead the pack with new course designs and venues each year. For the second year in a row, the KONQER Palau will take place on October 6-7, 2018.
KONQER’s commitment towards health and wellness through pureness of “PLAY” can be experienced in every obstacle design and location choice made, including the Kids Course and two exciting venues, namely the Natural Course in Airai State on Saturday, October 6th and the Obstacle Course Challenge at Long Island Park on Sunday, October 7th.
Registration is currently open for sponsorship, teams and individual participants. Accommodation and airfare specials can also be found on the konqersports.com web site. For participants and spectators, on October 7th, buses will be running every fifteen (15) minutes from parking areas in Medalaii and dropping them at the entrance to Long Island Park.
Pre-Konqer events include a 10K / 5K Run & Walk on Saturday, September 22nd, to promote health, wellness and physical preparedness for the upcoming Konqer sponsored by the Civic Action Team, as well as a Konqer Training House of Pain at the Track & Field from September 24th-27th. On Thursday, October 4th the Belau National Museum and Konqer 2018 present a History Night at the Museum. For more information about these events, please contact the Palau Visitors Authority (PVA) at 488-1930/2793 or email email@example.com.
PVA would like to thank the following sponsors whose generous contributions have gone towards the preparation of this KONQER Palau event, including: Former President Johnson Toribiong, Melekau Insurance Agency, Fortune Investment and Development Corporation, Palau Investment Bank, Bank of Hawaii, Taiwan Embassy, Midcorp, Palau Shipping, Western Caroline Trading Company, Blue Bay Petroleum, Surangel & Sons Company, IP & E Palau, Inc., Palau Royal Resort, IMPAC Tours, Palau Trading Company, CTSI Logistics/Western Union, Palau Central Hotel/Elilaii Restaurant, Belau National Museum, Koror State Government, Fish N Fins, NECO Tabecheding Water, Palasia Hotel Palau, The Cove Resort and Palau National Olympic Committee.
PVA is a semi-autonomous body created by law to promote and encourage the development and marketing of tourism as one of the primary economic sectors of the Republic. For additional information, please contact 488-1930/2793 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org. (PR)