Jing Zhi is a vegan ultramarathoner/triathlete who is passionate about mind/body wellness. He hopes to make the world a better place through sports, writing, and charity.

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Singapore
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Save Our MacRitchie: 4 Reasons Why It's Every Runners' Sweetheart

Save Our MacRitchie: 4 Reasons Why It’s Every Runners’ Sweetheart

MacRitchie Reservoir is one of the most popular running spots in Singapore. A nature reserve in the heart of Singapore’s Central Catchment Area, it is home to plenty of wildlife and is the most accessible trail running spot in Singapore.

A Glimpse into the Daily Meals of a Vegan Runner

A Glimpse into the Daily Meals of a Vegan Runner

As a vegan athlete by choice, my diet differs from many of my counterparts. As I seek to find the middle way in being a vegan and athletic gains, I find myself wandering onto the path of a plant based diet which contains little processed food.

Saucony Guide 7: Great Support And Stability

Saucony Guide 7: Great Support And Stability

Saucony Guide 7, a stability shoe, comes in 4 colours each for males and the females. It is a shoe commonly used for training and the Guide franchise has sold more than two millions pairs globally since its debut in 2008. I recently got a pair which was in the gray/orange/citron colour scheme for review.

Yoma Yangon Marathon 2014: Raw, Beautiful Sights and Barefoot Runners

Yoma Yangon Marathon 2014: Raw, Beautiful Sights and Barefoot Runners

The second edition of Yoma Yangon International Marathon was held on 19th January. It was the country’s largest marathon and Yangon’s only road race, with nearly 3000 runners taking part in the event, which also included the 21km half-marathon and 5km fun run categories.