Races · Singapore · 13,000 Participants

Get Your Great Eastern Women’s Run 2017 Race Results and Certificates

by On Nov 15, 2017

Flagging off from the Singapore Flyer, the race took participants through some of Singapore’s most iconic landmarks and scenery.

Get Your Great Eastern Women’s Run 2017 Race Results and Certificates

The Great Eastern Women’s Run (GEWR), the region’s largest all-women’s running event, saw more than 13,000 women lace up their running shoes in celebration of health and happiness on 12 November 2017, Sunday morning.

The Half Marathon (21.1km) saw Singapore bests such as SEA Games representatives Jasmine Goh and Rachel See, as well as Mok Ying Rong, Anne Qihui and Jenny Huang among the field of runners. These local elites were joined by Olympians from the region, including Chen Yu-Hsuan from Chinese Taipei and Nary Ly from Cambodia, and SEA Games 2017 marathon champion Mary Joy Tabal from the Philippines.

Results of Great Eastern Women’s Run 2017

21.1km Half Marathon Elite Category (Open)

  • Jin Mingming, China, 1:20:34
  • Gong Lihua, China, 1:21:12
  • Eriko Otsuka, Japan, 1:23:19

21.1km Half Marathon Elite Category (Closed)

  • Mok Ying Rong, Singapore, 1:30:46
  • Rachel See, Singapore, 1:32:20
  • Anne Qihui, Singapore, 1:32:57

21.1KM Individual Open Category

  • Esther Wambui Karimi, 1:26:35
  • Naum Jepkosgei, 1:28:28
  • Sara Tristan, 1:49:24

21.1KM Individual Closed Category

  • Hu Xiuxing, 1:31:34
  • Vivian Tang, 1:31:55
  • Lim Baoying, 1:37:56

10KM Individual Open Category

  • Beatrice Jepkorir Rutto, 0:35:52
  • Peninah Jepkoech Kigen, 0:35:52
  • Marion Dinan, 0:44:25

10KM Individual Closed Category

  • Suzanne Walsham, 0:36:52
  • Anna Helowicz, 0:42:59
  • Belle Tan, 0:43:58

According to international race standards, official results are ranked according to gun time. Race Results for 10KM Corporate Team of 4 and 21KM Corporate Team of 4 will be released on 16 November 2017.

The finisher certificate will be available for download from 27 November 2017.

Check your Great Eastern Women’s Run 2017 Race Results and Certificates here:

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