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Johor’s Biggest Night Run is Back! EduCity Sundown Malaysia 2015

by On Jun 23, 2015
Johor's Biggest Night Run is Back! Educity Sundown Malaysia 2015

One of Johor's most anticipated night run is back in Nusajaya! EduCity Sundown Malaysia 2015 will be holding its second edition on Saturday, 5 September 2015. With over 5,000 participants in last year's event, organisers World Endurance Malaysia Sdn Bhd will bring a more thrills and excitement this year.

Taking runners on a scenic track across the beautiful coastal side of Nusajaya, the premier night run in Johor will feature a half marathon and a 12km Open. The first flag off will be at 8:00 p.m. at EduCity Sports Complex in Nusajaya, Johor.

Celebrating the theme of "Pulse of the Tribe", Educity Sundown Malaysia aims to bring together friends, family and co-workers to challenge themselves with a sense of team spirit. Apart from encouraging runners to finish the race, experienced pacers will also be there to provide on-site pre-event coaching and training.

All participants are entitled to a running vest, timing, finisher medal, goodie bag and e-certificate. 21km runners will also receive an exclusive finisher tee.

Johor's Biggest Night Run is Back! Educity Sundown Malaysia 2015

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Early Bird Ends This June!

Early bird prices of RM85 for the 21km and RM53 for the 12km end on 30 June 2015. Entry fees will increase during the normal registration in July and late entry in August, with spaces subject to availability.

Visit the event's official website for more information.

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