Races

SAFRA Singapore Bay Run & Army Half Marathon 2018 Race Results

by On Aug 26, 2018

Many more families also took part in the competitive 21km AHM and SAFRA 10km Run, with family participation in the two categories doubling this year.

SAFRA Singapore Bay Run & Army Half Marathon 2018 Race Results

The Marina Bay was abuzz with over 41,000 runners this morning as they participated in the 26th edition of SAFRA Singapore Bay Run & Army Half Marathon (SSBR&AHM) 2018.

Jointly organised by SAFRA and the Singapore Army, the event encourages SAF active servicemen, Operationally Ready National Servicemen (NSmen) and their families to keep fit and bond as they train and run together. The event also provides an opportunity
for national servicemen to share a part of their NS experience with their families.

Themed ‘Together We Run’, this year’s event was graced by Minister for Defence and Chairman of SAFRA Board of Governors Dr Ng Eng Hen.

SAFRA Singapore Bay Run & Army Half Marathon 2018 Race Results

Dr Mohamad Maliki Bin Osman (right), Senior Minister of State for Defence and President of SAFRA interacting with participants of the Families for Life 800m Challenge. Photo Credit: SAFRA Singapore Bay Run & Army Half Marathon 2018

SAFRA Singapore Bay Run & Army Half Marathon 2018 Winners List

21km AHM Women’s Master

Name Gun Time
Evelyn Lek

1h 48m 03s
Tan Bee Peng

1h 49m 07s
Ng Siew Bee

11h 59m 33s

21km AHM Women’s

Name Gun Time
Elaine Wai Sheng Young

1h 37m 48s
Audrey Williams

1h 46m 13s
Tan Si Ying Sharon

1h 49m 58s

21km AHM Men’s Master

Name Gun Time
Hua Yew Loong Michael

1h 23m 35s
Ning Wenlong

1h 25m 01s
Ku Seow Wee

1h 26m 43s
SAFRA Singapore Bay Run & Army Half Marathon 2018 Race Results

Soh Rui Yong receives the prize from Chief of Army, Brigadier-General Goh Si Hou, for emerging first in the 21km Army Half Marathon Men’s category at the SAFRA Singapore Bay Run & Army Half Marathon 2018. Photo Credit: SAFRA Singapore Bay Run & Army Half Marathon 2018

21km AHM Men’s

Name Gun Time
Soh Rui Yong

1h 11m 59s
Jeevaneesh

1h 13m 44s
Prashan D. Silva M P

1h 13m 45s

10km AHM Women’s Master

Name Gun Time
Fang Fang

52m 25s
Chow Siew Mee

53m 19s
Tan Yuet Kin

57m 24s

10km AHM Women’s

Name Gun Time
Katie Lin

45m 16s
The May Yong

46m 20s
Yap Hui Jun

49m 34s

10km AHM Men’s Master

Name Gun Time
Quah Boon Wee

38m 54s
Teo Hue Tat Ronnie

39m 04s
James Lee Chong Guan

39m 56s

10km AHM Men’s

Name Gun Time
Nabin Parajuli

34m 36s
Marcus Ong

34m 57s
Tan Lui Hua

35m 03s

10km Open Men’s

Name Gun Time
Joseph Ngare

30m 20s
Elkanah Arusey

30m 28s
Lel Kipchirchir

30m 46s

10km Open Women’s

Name Gun Time
Eileen Korir

38m 16s
Susan Kiplagat

40m 19s
Ng Yew Cheo

44m 29s

21km Open Women’s

Name Gun Time
Edinah Jeruto

1h 16m 23s
Alyce Koech

1h 19m 37s
Gladys Ruto

1h 21m 21s

21km Open Men’s

Name Gun Time
Benson Oloisunga

1h 04m 33s
Joshua Nakeri

1h 04m 53s
Matt Smith

1h 13m 43s
SAFRA Singapore Bay Run & Army Half Marathon 2018 Race Results

Minister for Defence and Chairman of SAFRA Board of Governors Dr Ng Eng Hen (centre) presenting the award to the Armour formation for winning the 21km Army Formation Team Category at the SAFRA Singapore Bay Run & Army Half Marathon 2018. Photo Credit: SAFRA Singapore Bay Run & Army Half Marathon 2018

21km Army Formation Team

Name Gun Time
ARMOUR 21km Competitive Team

20m 54s 18ms
6 DIV 21km Competitive Team

20m 56s 25ms
2 PDF 21km Competitive Team

21m 01s 25ms

SAFRA Singapore Bay Run & Army Half Marathon 2018 Race Results Public Race Results

For the rest of the participants, you can view your race results here.

The event features a scenic running route that winds along the Marina Bay past several iconic landmarks such as the new financial district, Marina Bay Sands, The Helix, Gardens by the Bay, Sports Hub and the Singapore Flyer as a visual reminder to national servicemen of the prosperous home and unique way of life they are defending.

Runners are also spurred on by a series of exhilarating street-side festivities along the running routes such as LED stilt walkers, LED water drummers, cheerleaders and a new music zone this year. The event attracted over 41,000 participants last year.

The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent those of RunSociety.

We work with our partners to bring insight, meaningful and the latest news, information and updates in the world of running to you in record-breaking fashion.

Location
Singapore
No. of Posts
435
Join the Discussion