Chris is a native Oregonian (USA), Boston University graduate, and environmental consultant. After living and working in Hong Kong and Shanghai from 1991 to 1998, and visiting Mongolia in 1998, Chris became a founder of Mongolia Sunrise to Sunset and has provided environmental and organizational input to the event ever since. Chris led his team to third place in the 1995 Hong Kong Trailwalker 100km competition, and has also run the Boston Marathon, Macau Marathon and Napa Valley Marathon, but more recently has focused on 10 km distances in between looking after his kids. Chris lives in Hong Kong his partner Cindy and their children, Paige and Shaye.
David is Ecuadorian/Swiss/British and an economist by training. Following four years in China and two years in London working for a software company David is now completing an MSc Business Strategy Politics and the Environment in London. David participated in the Hong Kong Trailwalker on two occasions and completed the inaugural Mongolia Sunrise to Sunset 100km. His quest for adventure has taken him mushing in Alaska and telemarking in the World Championships and now to co-organizing Mongolia Sunrise to Sunset.
Angie Eagan is our Race Director She became committed to the race's
philanthropic objectives after her first visit to Mongolia in 1997.
Born and raised in cowboy country - the high desert of Central Oregon
- an affinity for Mongolia's natural beauty, people and horse culture
are a given for Angie. Being a sports enthusiast and adventure traveler
rounded out her interest in the event. She has supported participants
in the Everest Marathon and Hong Kong Trailwalker 100km race, and
was Race Director for the first Mongolia Sunrise to Sunset in 1999.
Angie lives and works in China. She is the General Manager Hudson,
Shanghai, China’s leading recruitment firm.
Steen first joined the MS2S in 2001 as an alternative to smoking and once there Hovsgol and Mongolia became part of him. Steen initially help raise funds for the environmental and cultural activities of MS2S and in 2009 Steen helped establish ecoLeap foundation registered in Geneva, Switzerland which is now the umbrella for the activities of MS2S and its philanthropic activities.