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  • 5 Heritage Roads Singapore Runners Would Be Proud Of

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    Back in 2001, the National Parks Board started the Heritage Roads Scheme, aiming to preserve the most notable scenic tree-scapes along roads in Singapore. These Heritage Roads are rich with trees and greenery, and are excellent places to run if you want to appreciate nature while running on asphalt. In some cases, the green ambience…

  • Run, Jog and Stay fit at Singapore’s Best Free Stadium Tracks

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    Time to stretch your legs, get a cardio workout and run, but not many choice of places to go to? Think again. Although Singapore is one of the world’s most densely populated islands with limited areas to explore, running tracks are readily available and abundant. Singapore is rife with stadiums; unfortunately, some are not open…

  • Know Your Race Timing: Difference Between Gun Time and Chip Time Explained

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    Runners who choose to participate in an organised race may be confused over their finishing times. Newcomers to running are often confused as to why chip timing and gun timing often used in races can have dramatically different results. In order to determine the most accurate finishing time, it is important for you to know…

  • City Running: Top 10 Exotic Asian Cities for Runners

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    Asian cities are rolling out the red carpet for runners around the world, offering better marked trails, knee-friendly surfaces and even showering facilities. City officials realise that attracting running tourists can provide valuable foreign currency, as well as spread their unique city culture and rich history. Exotic Asian cities running is taking off with numerous…

  • 5 Parks in Singapore To Enjoy Singapore’s Arts and Heritage

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    Nestled in Singapore are some parks that will give you an insight into Singapore’s diverse culture. These parks tend to be smaller, and you may have even been running nearby some of them without knowing it. Slow down and visit these 5 parks to learn a little more about the rich heritage of Singapore! War…

  • A Trail Runners Guide to Five Dangerous Animals in Malaysia

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    Malaysia is a beautiful country to run in thanks to its great biodiversity and beautiful terrains. However, it is home to some of the most dangerous creatures on Earth. Ignorance of potential dangers can turn a pleasant run into a nightmare. Therefore, it is essential to have foreknowledge about some of the hazards that may…

  • Running in Malaysia: 12 Excellent Upcoming Races You Can’t Miss

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    Malaysia is home to a vibrant running scene. From the bustling city of Kuala Lumpur to the wilderness trails of Sabah, we gather 12 exciting races in Malaysia that will take place in the second half of 2014! Energizer Night Race Malaysia Date: 9 August 2014 This signature race series has held races all over…

  • Travel & Run At The 10 Best Islands Near Singapore

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    While traveling is fun and exciting, it can sometimes be quite difficult to find a decent place to run due to heavy traffic, rough terrain, or other factors specific to certain locations. If you want to travel and run, but don’t exactly have the funds to do so, exploring these nearby islands won’t leave you…

  • Worldwide Marathon Spotlight Goes to New York

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    The interest and enthusiasm about running has increased rapidly among Singaporeans in the past decade. Today, Singapore boasts an impressive number and variety of fantastic running events throughout the year. At the same time, an increasing number of running enthusiasts are setting out to enrich their running experiences outside local boundaries. At first, it may…

  • What You Need to Know Before You Sign up for a Race

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    If you are looking to push yourself physically, signing up to run a race is a great way to do it. Whether it’s a full marathon, an obstacle course, or any other type of event, you will have to prepare for a race with a variety of changes. You’ll need to ensure that your diet…

  • 7 Malaysia Running Trails Worth Trying Out

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    Tourism in Malaysia is increasing in popularity. It is known for its beaches, wildlife and beautiful scenery. It is divided by the South China Sea into West Malaysia and East Malaysia. East Malayisa houses Mount Kinabalu, which is the highest peak in Malaysia. Malaysia is known for its humid, tropical climate, with relatively consistent temperatures…