BounceOFF! is Asia’s largest inflatable race and it was held at Sentosa’s Siloso Beach for the first time in Singapore. Supposedly to be scheduled last year, however this race was…
Article(s) by: The RunSociety Team
Are you preparing well for an upcoming marathon event? If you have been training alone, you should take some time off to join like-minded runners to train together. Why? Because it’s great to get motivated and motivate others, discuss race strategy and know more friends, last but not least it’s fun!
After consecutive sold-out successes, The Green Corridor Run 2015 promises to up their game. This year, it will be held in conjunction with Singapore’s World Water Day celebrations with a unique challenge!
The Muscat Marathon will be holding its 4th annual run targeting 500 runners on Friday, 30 January 2015. This marathon event provides a challenge with three options of distances including 10km, half marathon (21km) and a full 42km marathon.
For the second consecutive year, the French International School Marguerite Duras of Ho Chi Minh City will organise the Spring Race a.k.a La Course du Printemps on Sunday, 1 February 2015 at the Vietnam Golf & Country Club.
The 12th Khon Kaen International Marathon will be held on Sunday, 25 January 2015 at Khon Kaen University, Khon Kaen, Thailand. Organised by the Khon Kaen University Alumni Association and dubbed as the greatest marathon of Thailand, the town is packed with beautiful buildings rich in culture and history and breath-taking scenery.
lululemon athletica – A yoga-inspired technical athletic apparel company who make men’s and women’s apparel for yoga, running, dance, and most other sweaty pursuits has opened its first store in Asia at ION Orchard Singapore, #B1-11 on Sunday, 14 December 2014.
The highly anticipated Men’s Health Night Run will be returning in 2015 with a little surprise. On Saturday, 21 March 2015, the Men’s Health Night Run will be named the Men’s Health & Women’s Health Night Run and held at Presint 3, Dataran Putrajaya, Kuala Lumpur. On the same night, the race will celebrate the launch issue of Men’s Health Malaysia sister magazine – Women’s Health Malaysia.
The inaugural edition of the Ultra Trail Hong Kong (UTHK) will offer two long distance courses of 175km and 92km, with a cumulative altitude gain of 9,500m and 5,100m respectively.
Dubbed as the toughest road ultra 100km race in Malaysia, the TITI100 will begin on 6 March 2014 at Selangor. More than 500 ultra-marathoners are expected to challenge this event which is held for the second time in 2015.