PUMA Night Run Singapore Set to Launch 1 November on Sentosa Island!
Joining the likes of Taiwan, Korea and Malaysia, get ready for the first-ever PUMA Night Run in Singapore! The race is expected to attract 3,000 runners, and will take participants across different parts of Sentosa.
Traverse Sentosa Island at Night
Being the very first night race to be organised in Sentosa, the PUMA Night Run Singapore adds a twist to the typical race route organised on the city’s idyllic island resort destination, promising to challenge running enthusiasts as they take on the 10km race.
Runners can look forward to an exciting experience at the inaugural event with S$9,000 worth of prizes to be won, including the grand prize being S$2,500 worth of PUMA Vouchers and 1 year of membership at Celebrity Fitness!
An Exciting Splash of After Race Activities
After the race, race participants can also look forward to a series of exciting activities held at the race village at Wave House Sentosa. From surfing on the popular FlowRider to performances by homegrown talents The Sam Willows and 53a, as well as an electrifying DJ set, the lineup is set to keep runners entertained through the night.
Only 3,000 racing slots are up for grabs, and the first 500 male and 500 female slots will enjoy a discounted Early Bird registration fee.
We enjoyed racing with the night cats during the PUMA Night Run in Taipei and the upcoming Singaporean leg of the PUMA Night Run is shaping up to look really exciting!
The PUMA Night Run Singapore will take place on Saturday, 1 November 2014. Registration for the inaugural PUMA Night Run Singapore is limited to the first 3,000 runners. Registration opens on 1 Aug 2014, and ends on 14 Sep 2014.
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