You Only Live Once – so free yourselves and run shirtless! For a good cause, of course!
Come 22 November 2015, X-Change Republic Pte. Ltd. will donate a T-shirt from their stock to underprivileged children in developing countries, for every shirtless runner at the inaugural YOLO Run.
Held from 8:00 a.m. till 12:00 p.m. at Gardens by the Bay, the race aims to celebrate the bravery to live freely and purposefully. More than your typical 5 km run, runners are challenged to run shirtless and liberate themselves from their inner fears.
Shirtless? Are you Sure?
Hold your horses, folks. In case some of you are getting overly excited: this is a shirtless race, not topless!
Ladies, you are encouraged to run in the exclusive YOLO Run Sports Bra that comes with other attractive goodies in your race pack. As for the men, while you are strongly encouraged to run shirtless, you may choose to run in the limited edition YOLO Run Singlet too.
Besides, your heartfelt efforts will make a great difference to disadvantaged children with little access to these necessities like clothing, which we often take for granted.
Being blessed with the choice to live freely, let us join forces to give back to the less fortunate. Take this chance and make someone’s day.
What Else is There?
Come be a part of something epic and break the Singapore Book of Records for the most number of shirtless runners at an event!
What’s more, the race organisers have surprises in store at the YOLO Zones along the route, so expect loads of fun!
The morning’s event will round off with a mass yoga session, offering participants a holistic experience through connecting the mind, body and soul.
Alright, Challenge Accepted!
Enjoy Early Bird discounts till 24 October 2015 and register for just S$55! It’s a steal considering all the goodies that come with it: an exclusive YOLO Run Race T-Shirt, YOLO Run Sports Bra for ladies or Singlet for men, Yoga mat, and Race Bag.
If you like, you can even add on a women’s singlet, unisex shirt or calf sleeves.
RunSociety is the official online media for YOLO Run.