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Samarinda

(ScStr.: dp. 12,300; 1. 430'4" b. 55'4", dr. 25'10~"
dph. 34'4", s. 12k.; cpl. i2; a. 1 5", 1 6-pdr.)

Samarinda (No. 2511) was launched during 1912 by W. Hamilton & Co., Ltd., Port Glasgow, Scotland, as a steel collier for the Rotterdamsche Lloyd Line. Interned during World War I at New York, she was seized during March 1918 by Customs officials along with 88 other Dutch ships to speed relief to Holland and to further the war effort against the Central Powers. The ship was commissioned on 29 March 1918 at New York, Lt. Comdr. George White, USNRF, in command.

Assigned to the Naval Overseas Transportation Service (NOTS), Samarinda departed from New York on g April 1918 on the first of three round-trip voyages to Europe before the war's end. Operating from New York, she landed general Army supplies and coal at Brest, St. Nazaire, and le Verdon, France. After the Armistice of 11 November, Samarinda made one further round-trip voyage to Quiberon and Nantes France, before being transferred from NOTS to the United States Shipping Board account.

After discharging cargo at Copenhagen and Hamburg, Samarinda proceeded to The Netherlands, arriving at Rotterdam on 14 April 1919. Samarinda was decommissioned there on 14 May 1919 and was returned to her owner the same day. Her United States crew was returned to the United States on board Lake Tulare.


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Samarinda

Kota Samarinda adalah salah satu kota sekaligus merupakan ibu kota dari provinsi Kalimantan Timur, Indonesia . Berbatasan langsung dengan Kabupaten Kutai Kartanegara. Kota Samarinda dapat dicapai dengan perjalanan darat, laut dan udara. Dengan Sungai Mahakam yang membelah di tengah Kota Samarinda, yang menjadi “gerbang” menuju pedalaman Kalimantan Timur. Kota ini memiliki luas wilayah 718 km² dan berpenduduk 579.933 jiwa (6 Februari 2004).

Pemerintah Kotamadya Dati II Samarinda dan Kotapraja
Dibentuk dan didirikan pada tanggal 21 Januari 1960, berdasarkan UU Darurat No. 3 Tahun 1953, Lembaran Negara No. 97 Tahun 1953 tentang Pembentukan daerah-daerah Tingkat II Kabupaten/kotamadya di Kalimantan Timur. Semula Kodya Dati II Samarinda terbagi dalam 3 kecamatan, yaitu Kecamatan Samarinda Ulu, Samarinda Ilir, dan Samarinda Seberang. Kemudian dengan SK Gubernur Kepala Daerah Tingkat I Provinsi Kalimantan Timur No. 18/SK/TH-Pem/1969 dan SK No. 55/TH-Pem/SK/1969, terhitung sejak tanggal 1 Maret 1969, wilayah administratif Kodya Dati II Samarinda ditambah dengan 4 kecamatan, yaitu Kecamatan Palaran, Sanga-Sanga, Muara Jawa dan Samboja. Saat ini Samarinda terdiri dari 6 kecamatan, tidak termasuk Sanga-Sanga, Muara Jawa dan Samboja, ketiganya masuk dalam Kabupaten Kutai Kartanegara.

Setelah PP No. 38 Tahun 1996 terbit, wilayah administrasi Kodya Dati II Samarinda mengalami pemekaran, semula terdiri dari 4 kecamatan menjadi 6 kecamatan, yaitu:


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Samarinda ScStr - History

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Samarinda Latitude and Longitude

The latitude for Samarinda, Samarinda City, East Kalimantan, Indonesia is: -0.494823 and the longitude is: 117.143615.

Samarinda Latitude: -0.494823
Samarinda Longitude: 117.143615
Latitude DMS: 0°29&apos41.36"S
Longitude DMS: 117°8&apos37.01"E
UTM Easting: 515,980.18
UTM Northing: 9,945,307.00
UTM Zone: 50M
Geohash: qxgm1tvmkn63
Position from Earth's Center: E
Elevation: 14.75 Meters (48.38 Feet)
Type: State Capital
City: Samarinda
District: Samarinda City
Province: East Kalimantan
Province Abbreviation: Kalimantan Timur
Country: Indonesia
Country Code: ID
Country Code Alpha-3: IDN
Country Continent: Asia
Time Zone: Asia/Makassar
Time Zone Abbreviation: WITA
Daylight Saving Time: No
UTC/GMT Difference: +08:00
Current Time: Monday June 21st 12:01pm

Coordinates on Map

Address: Samarinda, Samarinda City, East Kalimantan, Indonesia

Latitude: -0.494823

Longitude: 117.143615

Samarinda, Samarinda City, East Kalimantan, Indonesia Summary

Samarinda, the capital of the East Kalimantan province, has a latitude of 0°29&apos41.36"S and a longitude of 117°8&apos37.01"E or -0.494823 and 117.143615 respectively. Based on population, the area is ranked #28 in Indonesia.

Populated areas near Samarinda:

  • 26.4 Km SSW to Loa Janan, Kalimantan Timur (see coordinates for Loa Janan)
  • 78 Km NNE to Bontang, Kalimantan Timur (see coordinates for Bontang)
  • 88.8 Km SSW to Balikpapan, Kalimantan Timur (see coordinates for Balikpapan)

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Now that you know the location, you might also be interested in knowing the land elevation or altitude, for details see elevation for Samarinda.


The world’s longest race, a 52 day “spiritual” running journey

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EFE – Spanish Press Agency
1 October 2020

This is the world’s longest race, a 52 day “spiritual” running journey

Salzburg, Austria.- A park in Salzburg, in the Austrian Alps, is the current location for the world’s longest race for long-distance runners: around 3,100 miles in just 52 days, or over two marathons a day.

Since September 13, five athletes have been participating in this special challenge called the “Sri Chinmoy Self-Transcendence Race”, the longest certified race to date.

After the 23 previous editions were held in New York, this year the race took place in Glanspitz Park in Salzburg, a city famous as the birthplace of composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Every day the runners start early in the morning, stopping only for toilet breaks or a few minutes rest.

The founder of this race, the Indo-American spiritual guide and master of meditation, Sri Chinmoy (1931-2007), wanted to offer his disciples a challenge for personal improvement which compels them to go beyond what is considered to be humanly possible.

The figures are quite striking: participants must run 3,100 miles, or 4,988 kilometres in less than 52 days, around the same track from 6 in the morning till midnight. Every other day, they can change direction.

Many of the runners, as is the case for this year’s five participants, are also disciples of Chinmoy´s meditation school.

The athletes see the event like “the completion of their personal spiritual journey”, says Smarana Puntigam to EFE, a member of the “Sri Chinmoy Marathon Team” and assistant director to the race.

It is therefore surprising that, once they have completed the race, most of them repeat the attempt. Puntigam himself has already run it ten times, but he makes it clear that he has only finished two of these races.

“It is like living an entire life”, says the athlete. “The number of emotions you experience and the physical effort involved… When you finish, all your problems look smaller, and you feel like just another person”, he adds.

FROM NEW YORK TO SALZBURG

Since the start 17 days ago, the five runners have already overcome 35 marathons, going around the same public park in Salzburg again and again.

If they keep up the same pace, the runners will complete the official 3,100 miles early in November. He who finishes the challenge can continue running for a few more days until reaching 5,000 kilometres (3,106 miles).

Although this race is normally held in the summer in Queens, New York, the borough where Chinmoy lived, the Covid-19 pandemic this year forced its cancellation and the organizers had to look for alternatives. Priyvadin Reisecker, in charge of moving the event to Salzburg, explains that it was the runners themselves who emphasized the need for holding the event.

“They said they would run anyway, so we had to look for a way to make it happen”, says the organizer. Salzburg was chosen as it was the first location where a team of volunteers was ready for managing an event which lasts nearly two months.

In fact, without the volunteers, this special race wouldn´t work at all, or at least it would be much harder for the runners. Volunteers are in charge of preparing the meals, organizing the athletes schedules, counting their distance, healing their injures and offering them moral support.

Sometimes, they even run a few laps with them just to chat. Sadanand Magee is one of the volunteers who supports the runners.

He came from Ireland with his brother, Nirbhasa Magee, who is competing in the race. His admiration for the athletes and the rest of the team is wholehearted. “People compare this event with climbing Everest but if you make this comparison, Everest is a piece of cake”, the Irish confirms to EFE.

“Thousands of people get to the summit and wait in lines to take a photo. After 24 years of this race, only 50 people have completed it”, he notes.


AN ITALIAN IS THE FRONTRUNNER

Italian Andrea Marcato is leading the group now. Everyone agrees that this runner has an amazing display of strength and competition despite being a first-time participant.

Magee is behind him with three previous finishes, Austrian Ushika Muckenhumer with one, Slovakian Ananda-Lahari Zuscin with six races, and finally Czech Milan Javornicky who is taking on this challenge for the first time. All of them took leave from their jobs –mostly without pay- to compete in Salzburg.

The five participants in the Sri Chinmoy Self-Transcendence Race meditate at night in the Salzburg park before the next step of the race.

In spite of being one of the hardest events in the world, this race has a poor international following and is practically unknown. Bipin Lerken, an American who has been organizing the event since Sri Chinmoy founded it in the 90s, explains that this lack of knowledge is certainly due to the fact that it is not a very spectacular race when watched over the course of days.

Runners keep going slowly and many times they share laps at a faster pace with others. Volunteers prepare small portions of food for them, high-calorie snacks that they can eat without stopping. Some of them make phone calls while walking and, usually, they blend perfectly with the rest of people who walk around the park. In addition, the team has historically stayed far away from big sponsors as they want to maintain “absolute control” over the race organization. According to Lerken, this fits perfectly well with the spirit of the event: “they do not compete against others, but with themselves.

A week later the same agency had another article about the race's winner.

Salzburg - Italian wins the world’s longest race

EFE – Spanish News Agency
27 October 2020

Italian Andrea Marcato has won the 24th edition of the Sri Chinmoy Self-Transcendence Race, the longest certified ultra-marathon in the world, having run 5,000 km in 43 days around a park in the Austrian city of Salzburg.

After 43 days, 12 hours and 7 minutes, the Italian athlete, taking on the Self-Transcendence Race for the first time, set a speed record for new participants.

The all-time fastest finish belongs to Finnish Ashprihanal Aalto who completed the race in 40 days, 9 hours and 6 minutes back in 2015.

Marcato, who destroyed 9 pairs of running shoes during the race, said after crossing the finish line that he was encouraged to compete in this race after experiencing a sense of “deep satisfaction, inner peace and happiness” after completing several 10 day ultra-marathons.

“I feel very happy to have completed all distances available in the world”, the runner stated in a press release from the organizers.

The remaining competitors are still eight days away from completing the 5,000 km (3,100 miles) race distance within 52 days, according to race requirements.

The race was founded in 1996 by the Indo-American master of meditation, Sri Chinmoy, a popular spiritual leader during the second half of the 20th century. The race was planned as a challenge for personal improvement by compelling participants to go beyond their possibilities.

In 24 editions only 45 people have completed it.

The race is usually held in a borough of New York where Chinmoy lived, but this year,


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