News · Singapore

Exciting New Changes In Store At PUMA Night Run Singapore 2016

by On May 3, 2016

The annual adrenaline-pumping night race is back, refreshed with new race routes and categories.

Exciting New Changes In Store At PUMA Night Run Singapore 2016

Following the blazing successes of its first two editions, the PUMA Night Run Singapore is back with a brand new race route. Slanted for Saturday, 27 August 2016, the annual race is set in the newly redeveloped Seletar Aerospace Park.

Join the first-ever run held at the world-class industrial park and look forward to sights and sounds different from the usual cityscape. Run through clusters of preserved black and white colonial houses. Scope the fringes of Seletar Airport, where you will see the occasional private jet take-off or land.

Push yourself further from last year's 10 km and take on the new 12 km race. There's a new 6 km distance available too. And if you sign up together with three friends, the fun multiplies.

Exciting New Changes In Store At PUMA Night Run Singapore 2016

The fastest male and female winners will win attractive PUMA gift vouchers worth S$1000 and S$2000 for the 6 km and 12 km distances, a year's membership at True Fitness, and a PUMA watch.

All runners will also stand to win attractive lucky draw prizes, including the grand prize—a pair of return air tickets to Europe!

No PUMA Night Run will be complete without an adrenaline-pumping PUMA Race Village. Clap and sing along to the live performances by various local artistes. Then snap as many selfies and we-fies as you like at the Instagram-worthy photo booths.

Oh, and it's a night run, so come with your most creative glow-in-the-dark look and we'll see you at the first flag-off at 6:00 p.m.!

Exciting New Changes In Store At PUMA Night Run Singapore 2016

Early Bird Registration Open

Be the first 1,500 participants to enjoy early bird savings from $5 for individuals to $20 for a group of four.

Also read:  Chiang Mai Marathon 2014: Run in the Largest and Most Culturally Significant City in Northern Thailand

Normal entry rates for the Men's and Women's Open are S$55 for the 6 km and S$70 for the 12 km distances. Groups of four can register for S$200 or S$260 for the 6 or 12 km categories.

Runners are entitled to an exclusive PUMA Night Run Singapore T-shirt, PUMA towel, PUMA shoe bag, goodies from sponsors, and a finisher's medal.

For more information and to register online, visit this page.

What do you think of the new race location? Are you excited to try it out as we are?

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.

Location
Singapore
No. of Posts
273
Join the Discussion