Sundown Marathon 2014 Brings On The Night As Asia’s Largest Night Marathon
Sundown Marathon injected a jolt of energy into Singapore's running scene when they became the nation’s first night marathon in 2008. From a humble attendance of just over 6,000 in the initial race, Sundown Marathon's registration is expected to reach 30,000 for the second straight year in 2014, making it Asia's largest night marathon.
Sundown Marathon returns this year with a bold new theme: BRING ON THE NIGHT. Through the years, they've fearlessly gone where other running events fear to tread.
Running Through The Beautiful Night Landscape
Sundown gave running fanatics the perfect opportunity to test their limits with Singapore's first ultra marathon lasting through the night in 2008. In 2012, Sundown Marathon moved into the city and became the nation's first night running event to flag off at Nicoll Highway.
In 2013, Sundown put on a show under the stars at the F1 Pit Building, dazzling runners with Zumba sessions, live concerts by local band 53A, a food and beverage village and a VIP package for Sundown Rock Stars.
Challenge Your Limits With Sundown Marathon
With three race categories – 10km, half marathon and full marathon – Sundown gives you the chance to step out of your comfort zone and challenge your limits, whether you are a hardcore runner or a casual fan.
The show doesn't end at sundown. No, sundown is just the start. Join thousands of runners just like yourself at Sundown Marathon 2014, and boldly declare: BRING ON THE NIGHT.
Registrations for the Sundown Marathon 2014 on 31 May are still open.
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