• Tango 100km Ultramarathon: Come See Another Face of Kyoto

    News

    Running into its 15th year, this international event is expecting 4,000 avid runners to take on the 100km and 60km ultra challenges on Sunday, 20 September 2015. Unlike other races set in the culturally rich city of Kyoto, the silver IAU-certified ultramarathon is set along northern mountain paths, presenting runners with glorious sea views and…

  • Come Visit the Grand Royal Palace at the 5th Phnom Penh Half Marathon

    News

    Taking place in the heart and centre of Phnom Penh, Cambodia, the 5th Phnom Penh Half Marathon will be held on Sunday, 31 May 2015. Expecting crowds of multi-national participants, the international event will guide runners along four rivers through the bustling city centre. Not only will this annual event be celebrating Queen Norodom Monineath…

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  • Will These 14 Crazy Fitness Inventions Replace the Human Running Machine?

    Gears

    Who hasn’t seen sci-fi movies that feature a person strapping on a contraption to zip into the stratosphere? Thanks to contemporary minds, space age machines are no fiction; some are even being developed for the fitness market. We’ve unearthed some of the latest and, in some cases, weirdest fitness innovations. Some claim they offer equal—if…

  • The Experience of Running in the Extreme Cold

    Training

    The thermometer is creeping over 30 degrees Celsius and humidity is 70%. The relentless sun is beating down and you resemble a tap with sweat dripping off every orifice of your body. For those living in warm climates, this is a daily scenario we are all too familiar with when we venture outside for our…

  • Outfit of the Week #19: Layer Up When Temperatures Drop Down

    Gears

    We runners in Singapore have a love/hate relationship with our hot and humid climate. Sometimes, we just want to have a cool break in another country. Whether you’re looking to squeeze in a recreational run while on holiday or planning to enter an overseas race, you’ll want to layer up to face the dropping temperatures….

  • NTUC Income RUN 350 2015, Organised by Young NTUC: Championing the Green Cause with 12,000 Participants

    Races

    The sixth edition of the NTUC Income Run 350, organised by Young NTUC wooed around 12,000 participants to the F1 Pit Building, Marina Promenade in Singapore at 5 a.m. on Sunday morning with the event theme, “My Climate, My Responsibility”. Gracing the event was NTUC Deputy Secretary-General Mr Chan Chun Sing, accompanied by Mr Ken…

  • Mizuno Ekiden 2015: First ever full-fledged Ekiden Race in Singapore By Mizuno Singapore

    News

    Singapore will see its first full-fledged Ekiden relay race, the Mizuno Ekiden 2015 on Saturday, 18 July 2015  at The Meadow, Gardens by the Bay at 7:00 a.m. This inaugural event will be the first of its kind in Singapore and targets at least 5,000 participants. The event will feature teams of four runners competing…

  • Australian Outback Marathon 2015: Feel the Red Earth Under Your Feet

    News

    It’s not every day that marathoners get to take in the splendiferous views of Uluru (Ayers Rock) and Kata Tjuta (the Olgas) as the kilometres tick by. Since its induction in 2010, the Australian Outback Marathon has brought hundreds of adventurous racers to the famed copper and rust-red plains in the Northern Territory state. The…

  • Best Running Trails in Hong Kong: 10 Fantastic Routes To Explore

    Features

    As a bustling metropolitan city, you may not think of Hong Kong as a runner’s paradise. Much of Hong Kong’s terrain is dominated by hilly to mountainous steep slopes. Almost half of the remaining land area is reserved as country parks and nature reserves. The UNESCO listed the Hong Kong National Geopark as part of…

  • How to Run Away From the Flu

    Health & Injuries

    Every year, we face another mutation of the flu virus. This deadly disease changes its genetic makeup every year, making it difficult for doctors to adapt to its new form. The flu can originate in pigs or birds and then make the leap to humans by mutating. Instances peak every year in flu season, and…

  • Run Offline, Run Simple: Newline IMOTION Spring/ Summer 2015

    News

    Introducing its latest Spring/ Summer collection, sportswear brand Newline recreates the simple, calm and elementary atmosphere reminiscent of the unspoiled Danish wild coast. Inspiring you to go offline and liberate yourself in your run, the collection is a minimalist collection with clean cuts and sleek silhouettes. Made for you to brave the elements, you will enjoy the…

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