Fees / Category (RM)
Fees / Category (RM)

Grand Prize
RM 500 + medal +  certificate
RM 400 + medal +  certificate
1st Runner Up
RM 300 + medal +  certificate
RM 200 + medal +  certificate
2nd  Runner Up
RM 150 + medal + certificate
RM 100 + medal +  certificate
 (X 3)
Hamper + certificate
Hamper + certificate

Grand Prize
RM 600 + medal +  certificate
RM 500 + medal +  certificate
1st Runner Up
RM 400 + medal +  certificate
RM300 + medal +  certificate
2nd  Runner Up
RM 200 + medal + certificate
RM 150 + medal +  certificate
 (X 3)
Hamper + certificate
Hamper + certificate

Click on the link below for every details.
For inquiries, please contact : rahman zafrullah (0195933643)


Penginapan di Seri Iskandar (1km dari UTP)

1. Home Stay – 7a , Jalan PP3, Bandar Universiti (012-5691381-Puan Jamaiah)
2. Rumah Tamu -140,Susur Bandar University 1, Bandar University (016-5101721)
3. Nur Najiha Homestay – 24 , Persiaran Perdana 38 , Bandar Seri Iskandar (013-4805161)
4. Intan Lyana Homestay-48,Persiaran  Perdana 57,Bandar Seri Iskandar (012-5623116 // 013 5843116)
5. 200 Desa Seri Iskandar-(012-5623116 // 013-5843116 // 012-5647730)
6. Wan Homestay/ Hostel ,3A , Jalan PP4 , Bandar University Seri Iskandar (012-4652567-Hj Wan Abdullah)
7. An-Nisa Homestay-13,PP4, Bandar Universiti , Seri Iskandar(019-4744841)
8. Rumah Tumpangan Taman Maju (017-5585542)
9. Aqilah Homestay-(16A-PP  4/B, Bandar Universiti- Raihan (016-5930738)
10. Shumika Kekal Homestay, Bandar University – 012-5245079
11. 12A, Bandar University -019-3454104
12. Lot 2943, Desa Seri Iskandar ,Bandar Seri Iskandar (Kemudahan Lengkap) -019-5450573
13. Seri Iskandar Homestay,9A,Jalan 1,Taman Iskandar Bistari-Cik Juliana(012-4248709,012-5728709)
14. 6 Jalan 9, Taman Iskandar Bistari –Encik Zahari / Puan Rohaya(012-3223562//017-4687294)
15. Hasyar Homestay , Bandar University-Prof Madya Hj Hasbullah(013-4240979)
16. Mk Homestay , Bandar Seri Iskandar-012-5544273
17. Bestari Homestay, Bandar Seri Iskandar-019-5790779
18. Bandar Baru Seri Iskandar-019-5657762
19. Naylis Homestay,48 Jalan U8,Bandar University-(012-5507047//012-5151252)
20. Rumah Rehat Amai(013-5304255)
21. Faizal  Homestay , Bandar Seri Iskandar-019-9777932
22. Rumah Tamu 1311 , Taman Maju, Seri Iskandar-Ami Hamzah (016-5974157//016-5303656)
23. Rumah Tamu 110 , Taman Maju , Seri Iskandar – Ami Hamzah(016-5303656 // 016-5974157)
24. 5, Jalan 13 , Iskandar Bistari , Seri Iskandar-Haji Anwar (012-5853383)
25. Fawwaz Homestay , 44, Persiaran 18, Seri Iskandar-Puan Zaiton(012-4341034//012-4133239)
26. Homestay haji maznun 1 , Bandar seri iskandar –haji maznun (012-4631795)
27. Homestay haji maznun 2 , Bandar seri iskandar –haji maznun (012-4631795)
28. Homestay Bandar u – encik anwarul munazzil (019-2858747)
29. Yasmin homestay , Bandar seri iskandar, - encik razman (013-5201483)
30. 15 laluan 23 , Bandar seri iskandar – encik azmi (012-5395547)
31. Kz homestay, Bandar seri iskandar- encik kamarulzaman(017-5581676 /012-5437237)
32. Aiman homestay , Bandar university-puan rozana / encik rosli(012-5992707/019-4702821)
33. An-najah homestay,10, jalan pp 6, Bandar university –ustaz nasir (016-2787241)
34. S & S homestay , Bandar university ,seri iskandar, encik saharani (019-4230024)
35. Mawar sari homestay, Bandar seri iskandar – pn mastura (012-5042 577)
36. Homestay zzz , Bandar seri iskandar – encik zulkifli (019-3533030 // 05-3713368)



        There will be at least more than 5 checkpoints that need to be go through by the participants. There are also some tasks that have to be completed by participants at certain checkpoint. All the participants should report every time they pass the checkpoint. There are some details about how the checkpoints work in this event:

1)      Each team or individual participant will be provided with a book known as passport and a bib number.
2)      The passport is used for the participant to report when they pass the each checkpoint. This is to smooth the event and avoid cheating.
3)      Each checkpoint will be two counter that guarded by the four marshal in charge.
4)      At the checkpoint, the passport will be given an approval signature by the marshal.
5)      If any participant lost their passport or do not have enough approval signature by the marshal, they will immediately disqualified from the challenge.
6)      Bib number is a piece of cloth that has serial number. Each participant will be given one bib number.
7)      Bib number is used to check the attendance for each participant who passes every checkpoint.
8)      Bib number is important to ensure there is no participant that lost from the track.

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UTP Power Challenge makes no express or implied warranty, guarantee, or representation regarding the degree of safety, which may or may not result from compliance with the Competitive Rules. Examinations or inspections of equipment at sanctioned events are undertaken solely to monitor compliance with the Competitive Rules and do not guarantee or ensure safety from personal injury or property damage. The safety of race equipment is the responsibility of each and every participant.

1. Purpose.
These rules are intended to:
  • To promote and maintain equal opportunity and fair play;
  • To protect the health, safety, and well being of participants;

2. Participants
Participants who submit a completed participant form, pay the required fee, and comply with all the requirements determined by UTP Power Challenge are most welcomed to join this event. Participants who want to join need to fulfill the Participant Categories requirements. The categories are Varsity and Open. Both categories need to be participated by one team and not by a single person. There will be only two participants per team.

2.1 Participants Categories
A.    Varsity
This category is applicable only for students from institutions around Malaysia.
There are two types of category for Varsity participants:
1.      Man
This category requires two men for one team.
2.      Mix
This category requires two women for one team or can be a mixed of one man and one woman for one team.

B.     Open
This category is applicable for all racers around Malaysia.
There are two types of category for Open participants:
1.   Man
This category requires two men for one team.
2.      Mix
This category requires two women for one team or can be a mixed of one man and one woman for one team.

3. Racing Conduct

3.1                          Cycling Course

3.1.1 Propulsion.
All bicycles shall be propelled only by human force and human power. Other than pushing a bicycle, any propulsive action brought on by use of the hands is prohibited. Any violation of this section shall result in disqualification.

3.1.2 Traffic Laws.
All participants must obey all traffic laws while on the cycling course unless    otherwise specifically directed by a UTP Challenge official, race monitor or designee with actual authority. Unless otherwise directed in accordance with the preceding sentence, all participants shall come to a complete stop when required by a traffic sign or traffic control device and shall not proceed through any intersection unless such intersection is clear of oncoming traffic. Any violation of this Section shall result in disqualification or a variable time penalty as determined in the sole discretion of the Head Referee.

3.1.3 Endangerment.
No cyclist shall endanger himself or another participant. Any cyclist, who intentionally presents a danger to any participant or who, in the judgment of the Head Referee, appears to present a danger to any participant shall be disqualified.

3.1.4 Accidents.
All participants shall exercise extreme caution and shall decrease speed if     necessary in passing the site of any cycling accident. Any violation of this section shall result in disqualification.

3.1.5 Dismounting.
 A participant may dismount, but shall not interfere with other cyclists. A violation of this section which does not also constitute a violation of section 3.1.3 shall result in a variable time penalty.

3.1.6 Illegal Equipment.
Any participants who any time uses, wears or carries a headset, radio, headphones, personal audio device shall be assessed a variable time penalty.

3.2 Running Course

3.2.1 Permitted Conduct.
A participant must run or walk the entire portion of the run course. Except for reasons of safety and when no advantage is gained, all runners shall follow and remain within the prescribed course. A participant who gains forward progress by crawling or otherwise violates this Section shall be disqualified.

3.2.2 Permitted and Illegal Equipment.
Any participant who at any time wears or carries a headset, radio, headphones, personal audio device shall be subject to a time penalty. A participant may carry a water bottle on the run portion of the course, provided that such container is not made of glass. Glass containers are prohibited.

3.3  Kayak Course

3.3.1 Equipment provided
Kayak and paddles are provided in the same condition. Racers cannot use their own paddles. There also will be life jacket provided. Racers need to wear life jacket while on the kayak course.

Race Officiation

4.1 Race Officials.
The race officials at all events shall consist of a Head Referee, Marshals, Judges, and a Head Timer. The race officials shall conduct each event in accordance with these Competitive Rules.

4.2 Head Referee.
 Beginning with the start of the event and until all scores are finalized, the decisions of the Head Referee are final and binding with respect to all competition matters pertaining to the event, with the exception of decisions by the Protest Committee.

4.3 Powers of the Head Referee.
The Head Referee shall be empowered:
(a) To interpret and enforce these Competitive Rules.
(b) To supervise and control the general conduct of all participants, to require that a participant withdraw from an event, and to intercede during a competition at any stage to ensure that the Competitive Rules are observed;

(c) To invoke and impose penalties for violations of these Rules and to prominently post a list of all violations and penalized participants designated by race number at a site located near the finish of the event;

(d) To make decisions on any point not specifically covered in these Rules;

(e) To instruct, direct, assign duties to, and delegate authority to all other race officials;

(f) To overrule any Judge, Marshal, or other race official on any point of interpretation of these Rules, and to resolve differences of opinion between or among Marshals, Judges, or other race officials;

(g) To examine the equipment or other items of any participant at any time to check compliance with theseRules, and to make the final and binding decision as to whether any equipment or other item is improper or unauthorized;

(h) To establish all aspects of protest procedure, including the time and place of hearing, to impose sanctions for noncompliance with established procedure, and to assess penalties in accordance with the resolution of any protests; and

(i) To prepare a report of actions taken and decisions rendered by the Protest Committee and to make recommendations on improving race operations.
4.4 Race Marshals.
Race Marshals will be assigned to the swim, cycle, and run portions of the event and to the transition areas and will follow all instructions of the Head Referee. Race Marshals shall have jurisdiction over all persons in their respective areas of assignment. Race Marshals shall enforce these Competitive Rules by reporting violations to the Head Referee in writing. The Head Referee, and not the Race Marshal, shall assess penalties.

4.5 Judges.
 Judges shall hear and rule on all protests as members of the Protest Committee. Judges shall also assist other race officials as instructed by the Head Referee.

4.6 Head Timer.
 The Head Timer is responsible for collecting and processing all data relevant to the calculation and determination of official race results.



Friday, 27th March 2010

2.00 p.m. - 5.00 p.m.
Registration and Inspection
UTP Multi Purpose Hall
8.00 p.m. – 9.30 p.m.
Briefing about the challenge
UTP Multi Purpose Hall

Saturday, 28th  March 2010

6.45 a.m.
Parking Bus Chancellor Hall
7.00 a.m.
Fly off
Parking Bus Chancellor Hall
3.00 p.m.
Challenge end
UTP Main Lake
5.00 p.m.
- Closing ceremony
- Prize giving ceremony
UTP Main Lake