Jay Kiangchaipaiphana during an exploration around Myanmar’s Chin state. He was injured when a tree fell on him two weeks ago. Photo: Ryan Blair Jay Kiangchaipaiphana during an exploration around Myanmar’s Chin state. He was injured when a tree fell on him two weeks ago. Photo: Ryan Blair
Jay Kiangchaipaiphana during an exploration around Myanmar’s Chin state. He was injured when a tree fell on him two weeks ago. Photo: Ryan Blair

Kiangchaipaiphana wins 100km race in Thailand two weeks after being knocked unconscious by a falling tree

  • ‘One of my friends thought I had died,’ says Jay Kiangchaipaiphana after bouncing back to win a CM6 in Chiang Mai
  • The race includes new social distancing rules so athletes have staggered start and run against themselves

Topic |   Extreme fitness
Jay Kiangchaipaiphana during an exploration around Myanmar’s Chin state. He was injured when a tree fell on him two weeks ago. Photo: Ryan Blair Jay Kiangchaipaiphana during an exploration around Myanmar’s Chin state. He was injured when a tree fell on him two weeks ago. Photo: Ryan Blair
Jay Kiangchaipaiphana during an exploration around Myanmar’s Chin state. He was injured when a tree fell on him two weeks ago. Photo: Ryan Blair
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