• Tom and Jerry Fun Run Singapore Aftermath: A Great Family Affair

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    Unlike most other runs I have taken part in, the Tom and Jerry run was an excellent family bonding experience. In this fast-paced society where we often neglect family time over work, school, or other life commitments, I found it refreshing to see so many family members of different ages come together on a Sunday…

  • MesaStila Challenge & Ultra: Immerse Yourself in the Heart of Java

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    Looking to challenge your inner spirit together with your physical condition? Nature trail enthusiasts, here’s a unique and extreme outdoor running event you won’t want to miss! Deemed one of Indonesia’s best trail runs, the MesaStila Challenge and Ultra will be taking place in Central Java from Friday, 9 October 2015 to Sunday, 11 October…

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  • Are You Ready When the New Saucony Ride 8 Arrives on Shelves?

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    Not everybody throws a party when running shoes are introduced to the retail market—but when a shoe is as eagerly anticipated as the latest version of the Saucony Ride 8, someone could start popping champagne corks. When can the Saucony faithful get their hands on a pair? In August. That’s when stores could be overrun…

  • 5 Biggest Mistakes Singaporean Marathon Runners Make

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    If you’re so new to the Singapore running scene you didn’t know that the Sundown Marathon starts after dark or you think The Colour Run refers to your laundry, give yourself a break! You’re going to make mistakes. Even veteran Singapore runners do. But the great thing about mistakes is that you can use them…

  • Reebok Spartan Race: Brand-New Obstacle Challenges in SG and KL!

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    This is not your average race. This is the adventurous, adrenaline-junkie alternative that thrives on excitement and spontaneity. You’ll be running, climbing and crawling across unknown terrain, splashing through mud and tackling many unique and challenging obstacles. In fact, the race venues for the Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Sprint on 10 October 2015 and Singapore Sprint…

  • Puma FAAS 500 v4 pwrCOOL Women Running Shoes: Even the Name Sounds Cool!

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    I was wandering through an athletic shoe store recently when I was literally stopped in my tracks by a pair of shoes with the unwieldy model name of FAAS 500 v4 pwrCOOL Running Shoes from Puma. That’s a really long name for a shoe, I thought to myself, wondering what possessed Puma, the manufacturer, to…

  • Apple Watch: The Most Stylish and Personalised Smartwatch On Our Wrist Yet

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    The introduction of the Apple Watch was unlike anything consumers experienced in recent times thanks to extensive media coverage and advertising. You might have to go back to the award-winning TV spot introducing the first Apple Computer in 1984 to find a comparison. Is the multi-featured wrist device worth all of the hype? It is…

  • Powerman Returns to Malaysia: Duathlon Makes Comeback After Two Year Hiatus

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    After a two year hiatus in the region, the Powerman Asia Duathlon Championships will make a comeback to Putrajaya on Sunday, 6 March 2016. Organised by E-Plus Entertainment Productions, the event featuring a run-bike-run duathlon race format will anticipate about 3,000 participants, including top duathletes from around the world. A premier label for long distance…

  • Inaugural ASEAN Unity Run Embracing Unity, Community and Harmony

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    A half marathon, fun run and community lifestyle event all rolled into one? It’s all part of the one-of-a-kind ASEAN Unity Run 2015 launched during the ASEAN Day Celebrations on Sunday, 9 August. Held at Padang Merbok in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, the inaugural run was organised with the aim of fostering ties and building community…

  • A Run at the Townsville Running Festival in Australia

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    Nestled on the north east coastline of Queensland, 1,350km north of Brisbane and 350km south of Cairns, the city of Townsville in August is a perfect running escape. Long, flat promenades, lower than usual humidity and cool morning temperatures provide ideal running conditions. Liking the sound of what Townsville has to offer, I decided to…

  • 9 Haunted Parks to Avoid When Hungry Ghosts Roam Singapore!

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    During the seventh lunar month of the Hungry Ghost Festival, it’s wise to observe advice from the folks. While, we are not promoting superstition, there is a reason why culture and tradition have their place in modern day society. Do you laugh at ghosts or take them so seriously, just the suggestion of encountering one…

  • It’s Cool—Really Cool—to Wear adidas Climachill Athletic Shirts When Temperatures Skyrocket!

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    Close your eyes and picture yourself running in the Singapore heat. You can strip down, but there are only so many layers you can shed before the fashion or real police question your modesty. Sure, guys have it easier, because a six-pack won’t ruffle feathers, but we women don’t have that luxury—and not all of…

  • ILLUMI RUN: Singapore’s Ultimate Party on a Run!

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    After making a splash in Australia and China, ILLUMI RUN is bringing the party back to where it started—here in Singapore! Mark the date: Saturday, 28 November 2015. Once the sun goes down, the F1 Village will light up the night in a massive, riveting neon light installation, with partiers dancing and glowing through various…

  • Why You Should Be Afraid—Very Afraid—If You Run in These 11 Singapore Places!

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    In case you grew up in a household where ghosts were discounted by your mum—yet you’ve got reservations—it’s impossible to ignore the fact that ghost stories and tales get major attention in Singapore, even among the most sceptical people. Things get particularly scary in August when the Hungry Ghost Festival takes place this year in…

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