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Discover the Island Anew in Singapore City Race 2016

by On Apr 30, 2016

Discover new directions around our island city in this unique free-form race.

Discover the Island Anew in Singapore City Race 2016

Explore Singapore in one day in a race like no other. Relish in the rich heritage and colour that is our island nation in the Singapore City Race. Back with its 3rd edition, it will have runners all across the country with its signature free-form foot race concept.

From our modern, bustling city centre to culture-rich Chinatown, you’ll find yourselves along Singapore River, at old Colonial Singapore, through our beautiful gardens and many other iconic landmarks.

The adventure starts on Saturday, 30 July 2016 at 7:00 a.m. from Marina Square, where participants will be given a race map with marked control points across Singapore.

Your goal is to plan your running route to cross all control points in the fastest time and return to the start point. You can run or walk about 8, 16, 25, or 40 km distances—as long as you are only powered by your legs!

Discover the Island Anew in Singapore City Race 2016

So come with your family and friends in teams of six, or conquer this exploration adventure on your own!

Registration Open

Shave $10 off with early bird rates when you register by 31 May 2016. Normal entry prices are S$45 for the Mini Distance 8 km, S$52 for the Short Distance 16 km, S$60 for the Mid Distance 25 km, and S$68 for the Long Distance 40 km. Do note that all distances are estimated

Participants will get to enjoy 20% off ON running products at participating outlets. Plus, they will each receive a race running T-shirt, exclusive finisher medal and other sponsored items.

Discover the Island Anew in Singapore City Race 2016

Registration closes on 30 June 2016 or until all 5,000 slots are taken up, so hurry, register online today!

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Do you have a favourite Singapore icon you’d love to see on your running route? Which is it?

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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