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22 NOV 2015

Oxfam Trailwalker 2015 finished with 4,502 people completing the 100 km trail

Oxfam Trailwalker, Hong Kong’s most popular hiking fundraising event organised by Oxfam Hong Kong, ended successfully this afternoon when the last team (team number 0960) crossed the finish line in Yuen Long at 1:08 pm today, completing the 100 km trail in 47 hours 8 minutes.

Trini Leung, Director General of Oxfam Hong Kong, presented certificates to the team and other supporting organisations at the Closing Ceremony. This year, 4,502 participants completed the 100 km trail within the required 48 hours, i.e. 88 per cent of all walkers.

Trini Leung said, ‘I am happy to welcome all of you who have come all the way from Sai Kung. It does not matter who reached the finish line first or last. Each team made it this far and has shown great determination and commitment in overcoming all the obstacles and difficulties along the trail. The same applies to our work against poverty. Eliminating poverty is a long and arduous journey. It requires the same Trailwalking spirit, endurance, determination and perseverance you all demonstrated. With your support, we will be able to help more people escape the reality of not having enough 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. The event is supported by various sponsors, including AIA, the Principal Sponsor starting this year, and State Street which has sponsored the event for 17 consecutive years. Since 1986, more than 88,000 trailwalkers have participated and raised over HK$470 million to support Oxfam’s poverty alleviation work all over the world.

The event has successfully developed into an international top-notch fundraiser, challenging walkers in 16 cities in 10 countries including Australia (Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney), Belgium, England (South Downs, Yorkshire Dales), France, India (Bangalore, Mumbai), Ireland, Japan, New Zealand, Spain (Girona, Madrid) and Hong Kong.

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Below are the results of some special teams and speed awards

(All the ranking, team information and timing shown below are subject to verifications against updated records; Oxfam Hong Kong reserves the right to make the final decision on the ranking and finishing time of teams without giving prior notice.)



Team Number

Team name

Zheng Sheng College (male)

25 hours 29 minutes



Zheng Sheng College (female) *

31 hours 40 minutes



Hong Kong Amputees Sport Association

(amputee walker Fung Kam Hung supported the team) *

27 hours 41 minutes



Autistic young adults’ team *

 30 hours 20 minutes



Autistic young adults’ team *

30 hours 5 minutes



Chan Kin Man, Tanya Chan and their team

39 hours 54 minutes



Super Trailwalker Champion

11 hours 58 minutes



Super Trailwalker 1st Runner up

12 hours 21 minutes


Champion System Adventure

Super Trailwalker 2nd Runner up

12 hours 52 minutes



Trailwalker Champion

13 hours 54 minutes


Asia Trail

Trailwalker 1st Runner up

14 hours 16 minutes


Convoy Cosmoboys Team II

Trailwalker 2nd Runner up

14 hours 18 minutes


The Hong Kong Trail Runners

Mixed Team Champion

14 hours 18 minutes


The Hong Kong Trail Runners

Male Champion

11 hours 58 minutes



Female Champion

15 hours 3 minutes


UFO Ladies

Veteran I (aged 50-59)

15 hours 26 minutes


Convoy Cosmoboys Team IV

Veteran II (aged 60 and above)

19 hours 50 minutes



*Team did not complete in full team

For media enquiries, please contact:

Cindy Chan
Oxfam Communications Officer
Phone:(852) 3120 5201 / (852) 6749 6230

Sarah Chu
Oxfam Senior Communications Officer
Phone:(852) 3120 5280 / (852) 9276 0064

Trini Leung, Director General of Oxfam Hong Kong, greeted the last team, who completed the 100 km trail in 47 hours 8 minutes, at the Finish Point.

Oxfam Trailwalker 2015 ended successfully this afternoon.