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20 NOV 2016

Oxfam Trailwalker 2016 ended with 4,581 people completing the 100 km trail

Oxfam Trailwalker (OTW), Hong Kong’s most popular hiking fundraising event organised by Oxfam Hong Kong (OHK), ended successfully this afternoon when the last two teams (team number 0957 and 1002) crossed the finish line together in Yuen Long at 1:12 pm today, completing the 100 km trail in 47 hours 12 minutes.

Trini Leung, Director General of Oxfam Hong Kong, presented certificates to the teams and other supporting organisations at the closing ceremony. This year, 4,581 participants completed the 100 km trail within the required 48 hours, i.e. 89% of all walkers.

Trini Leung said, ‘2016 is a very memorable year as we celebrate OHK’s 40th anniversary and OTW’s 35th anniversary this year. We hope that just as those who have passed on this ‘trailwalking spirit’ to the trailwalkers and they will continue to pass it on to others and, like our theme this year, “Keep on Trailwalking”,’ She continued, ‘You have made it all the way from Sai Kung and have overcome the gruelling 100 km trail through endurance, perseverance and teamwork. Eliminating poverty is a long and arduous journey. It requires the same trailwalking spirit you all demonstrated. With your support, we will be able to help more people escape the reality of poverty and injustice, and ultimately, create a world without poverty.’

Oxfam Trailwalker has become Oxfam Hong Kong's flagship fundraiser and one of the largest fundraising hiking events in Hong Kong. Oxfam aims to raise HK$35 million to support its work in poverty alleviation, disaster relief and policy advocacy in Hong Kong and around the world. Since 1986, more than 93,000 trailwalkers have participated and raised over HK$500 million. The event has successfully developed into an international top-notch fundraiser, challenging walkers in 15 cities in nine countries including Australia, Belgium, England, France, India, Japan, New Zealand, Spain and Hong Kong.

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Cindy Chan
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Melanie Chan
Senior Communications Officer
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Below are the results of some special teams and speed awards

(All rankings, team information and times shown below are subject to verification based on updated records; Oxfam Hong Kong reserves the right to make the final decision on team rankings and finishing times without prior notice.)



Team Number

Team name

 Amputee walker Fung Kam Hung and his teammates)

26 hours 28 minutes



Ven. Kin Chiu’s team

(Aged 71, eldest trailwalker)

43 hours 45 minutes



Autistic young adults’ team

30 hours 08 minutes


巴閉組 (一)

Autistic young adults’ team

30 hours 41 minutes


巴閉組 (二)

*HKSAR Correctional Services: Young inmates

28 hours 14 minutes


Cape Collinson

Tony Tsoi and teammates

33 hours 57 minutes



*Artist Steven Cheung and teammates

44 hours 11 minutes


A4 paper

Viu TV

41 hours 58 minutes


Viu TV

*Chan Kin Man, Wong Hung and their teammates

45 hours 55 minutes


「民主毅行D-Walkers 2016」

Super Trailwalker Champion


11 hours 01 minute


AWOO Team Nepal

Super Trailwalker

1st Runner up


13 hours 03 minutes


Team 2XU

Super Trailwalker 2nd Runner up


13 hours 12 minutes



Oxfam Trailwalker Champion

14 hours 28 minutes


ASIA TRAIL x KOALA Securities Limited

Oxfam Trailwalker

1st Runner up


14 hours 37 minutes



Oxfam Trailwalker 2nd Runner up


15 hours 16 minutes


EFCC Kong Fok Church Team 1

Mixed Team Champion

13 hours 12 minutes



Male Champion

11 hours 01 minute


AWOO Team Nepal

Female Champion


17 hours 22 minutes


EFCC Kong Fok Church Team 2 (5010)

Veteran I (aged 50-59)


15 hours 38 minutes



Veteran II (aged 60 and above)

23 hours 37 minutes


Hang Hang/TSBR The Sexagenarian Bold Runners

*Team did not complete in full team

Trini Leung, Director General of Oxfam Hong Kong, greeted the last two teams, which completed the 100 km trail in 47 hours 12 minutes, at the Finish Point.

Oxfam Trailwalker 2016 ended successfully this afternoon.