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Score Run 2017: Man Versus The City Returns

by On Mar 8, 2017

The conquest is now. SCORE™ Run 2017 returns to the city, so get ready to take it to the limit and dominate the streets! Head to Berjaya Times Square, KL and kick off to master the city.

Score Run 2017 Malaysia

The highly-anticipated Score Run returns with its second edition, once again kicking off at the Berjaya Times Square, Kuala Lumpur on 9 April 2017.

Score Run 2017 Malaysia

Photo Credit: Score Run

Race Details

Score Run 2017 offers three race distances - 6km, 12km and 21km, and is open to all Malaysian and international runners. Conquerors who are at least 13 years old of age are welcome to join and dominate the streets.

The qualifying time for the 6km, 12km and 21km runs are 1 hour 30 minutes, 2 hours 30 minutes and 4 hours respectively.

Registration is only open to 3,000 runners for each distance category or for the specified period. Participants who have registered during the premium period (08 - 31 December 2016) will get a personalised T-shirt printed with their name.

Score Run 2017 Malaysia

Photo Credit: Score Run

Participant’s Entitlements and Prizes

All participants are entitled to an event T-shirt, finisher medal, and a race bib.

On top of these perks, participants in the 12km and 21km categories will also receive a personalised e-certificate with their names and finishing time. All 21km runners will receive an additional finisher shirt.

Cash prizes, trophy and goodies will be awarded to the top three runners in the 12km and 21km categories, while runners who obtained the 4th to 10th placing will also earn for themselves some goodies from the event sponsors.

Score Run 2017 Malaysia

Photo Credit: Score Run

The Score Run 2017 is in its last week of registration! Sign up now and seize this opportunity to conquer the urban jungle! Registration closes on 15 March 2017.

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Yun Jie is a competitive athlete and coach who is actively involved in various sports at community and international levels. Through editorial writing, she hopes to positively influence and educate readers with her expertise and experience in high sports performance.

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