Tag: Post Event

  • Run For Your Lives Singapore 2014: No Rest When The Dead Are Chasing


    The inaugural Run For Your Lives Asia took place right here in Singapore. Survivors started off from the Padang, braving the 5KM route, which was interspersed with several obstacles… oh, and dozens of flesh-eating zombies ready to devour your brains. Unlike normal obstacle courses, runners try to dodge and escape from zombies roaming the course…

  • 6,000 Runners Earned Their Stripes At The Commando Challenge 2013


    From scaling over walls, and crawling through mud, over 6,000 eager ‘Commandos’ turned up for the inaugural Commando Challenge at Tanglin Halt on Sunday. Expecting The Unexpected Race organisers kept information on the obstacles tightly under wraps, so just like everyone else, I didn’t know what to expect on race day. All I knew was…

  • ILLUMI RUN 2013 Delights 10,000 Runners With Fun Vibes


    Nearly 10,000 runners lit up Saturday’s cool night sky at the F1 Village. Making its debut in Singapore, the inaugural ILLUMI RUN delivered a night of neon fun. Starting off with upbeat Korean-Pop, runners were splashed with illumi glow water. Big bubbles floated by in the first zone, as runners ran past holding their glow…

  • Shape Run 2013: Feel the Women’s Power


    10,000 women in bright orange Reebok running tank-tops gathered at Nicoll Highway as early as 6:30 am to flag off for the Shape Run 2013 Singapore. Shape Run is a women-only race that takes place annually. There were three categories for the race this year: the competitive 10km and 5km routes, as well as the…

  • Give It Your Best “TRI”: The Pokka Sports Water TRI-Factor Run 2013


    Over 3500 runners participated in the final leg of the Pokka Sports Water TRI-Factor on 04 October. The “TRY NOT HARD” motto for the 2013 campaign inspired everyone to put their best, with local celebrities accompanying the TRI-Factor ambassadors to run the 31.5km route at East Coast Park. Oakley sponsored three-time Olympian Lee Wung Yew…

  • Yellow Ribbon Prison Run 2013: A Race Laced with Grace


    Sunrays weren’t the things that filled Changi Village with golden yellow on 15 September. Almost 10,000 runners clad in the familiar yellow singlet tops crowded around the start point at Changi Village, ready to make a difference. Welcome to the 5th Edition of the Yellow Ribbon Prison Run! YRPR’13 also marks the 10th Anniversary of…

  • Racing Along the Eastern Coast: The Big Splash Mizuno Wave Run 2013


    This year’s Big Splash Mizuno Wave Run 2013 had plenty of reasons to rejoice. Not only was this the very first running event organized and launched by Big Splash, collaborators National Parks Board (NParks) also celebrated its 50th anniversary for making Singapore a greener place, with Mizuno being title sponsors. More than 1,700 runners participated…

  • More Than 46,000 Runners Turned Up For the SAFRA Singapore Bay Run & Army Half Marathon 2013


    Known as one of the biggest running events in Singapore, the SAFRA Singapore Bay Run & Army Half Marathon 2013 didn’t disappoint this year. Over 46,000 registered runners turned up for the experience, drawing 18,000 active servicemen to run. Not to be outdone, 17,000 NSmen and 4000 of their immediate family members also came down…

  • CSC Run by the Bay 2013: Civil Service Members’ Big Day Out


    The Civil Service Club runs were traditionally a friendly competitive dash between various factions of the public sector, with the Ghurkhas from the police force always filling the podium stands. Today, the Civil Service Club promotes sports and other recreational activities, and their runs have become an annual event for civil servants from all departments…

  • Love Your Heart Run 2013: Run For Your Heart


    The Love Your Heart Run, organised by Explomo Consulting Pte Ltd, took place without a hitch on a Saturday morning at Marina Bay Waterfront Promenade. 2000 runners gathered at the starting lines in high spirits, all ready to start their weekend with a bang by running against the CBD backdrop and clear blue skies (thankfully)….

  • Kranji Countryside Run 2013: Be In Touch With Nature


    It is not a trail race where nature is beneath the feet, but the Kranji Countryside Run 2013 participants bonded with nature under the rain. Runners were seen queuing behind Yew Tee MRT station as early as 6.30 a.m. to catch the shuttle bus to the race venue. Volunteers were giving out ponchos to participants…