Ever felt the liberation of a cool breeze against your chest and the warmth of the sun while running?

You Only Live Once, so why not join thousands at Singapore’s only shirtless race? Besides, it’s for a good cause!

Conceptualised by X-Change Republic Pte Ltd, YOLO Run is back at Gardens by the Bay (East) with a whole new look. Returning on Saturday, 22 October 2016, the run successfully debuted last year will feature a 5 km as well as a new 10 km category.

What’s In The Bag & Why

Get your hands on one of the most unique race pack filled with goodness.

Race entitlements once again feature the unconventional and well-liked sports bra for women and singlet for men, as well as an event tee and yoga mat, all exclusively designed for YOLO Run.

Partnering with the event is Breast Reconstruction Awareness Singapore (BRAS), which aims to create a better understanding of reconstruction choices and resources. For every shirtless runner, a sports bra – essential in the recovery process of patients – will be donated to the non-profit organisation.

So, ladies, you are encouraged to race in your unique YOLO Run sports bra. And men, you can let those guns out or run in your exclusive YOLO Run singlet.

Upon completing the race, everyone will get a yoga mat, a perfect accompaniment to the mass outdoor yoga session led by influential Yoga instructor, Liv Lo. Sponsored by Manduka, the mindful stretching post-run workout will be a rejuvenating way to end the day on a high note.

Plus, 10 km runners will get a finisher medal, too.

Early Bird Tickets Available

Early bird registration is open and priced at S$45 for the 5 km and S$55 for the 10 km respectively.

For more information, visit this event page.

We wonder, do you normally run shirtless or do you prefer to cover up with a sweat-wicking tee or singlet? (Of course by ‘shirtless’, we mean topless for guys and with a sports bra for ladies!)

Yuyi Lim

Yuyi is pursuing her studies in communications and communities. Now she relishes in the blend of both entities: communicating ideas to this magazine's community. As the lead news writer, her passion lies in helping people find interesting and timely news through the writing she provides.

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