The STAR WARS extravaganza in Singapore concluded on 6 May, Saturday evening with the STAR WARS RUN Singapore 2017. The sold out thematic night run saw 15,000 local and overseas…
Tag: Fun Run
Talking to animals is everyday business for DreamWorks animators, zookeepers and kids who fervently believe that stuffed toys make great conversationalists. So on 24th June, kids and kids-at-heart can make…
When kids arrive at the start line on 6 August, at the SpongeBob Run Singapore at 4 p.m., they’ll participate in a first: never before has Singapore hosted a SpongeBob…
In part two of this series, we come up with 14 themed fun run ideas we’d like to see in Singapore.
Themed Fun Runs is a trend that’s here to stay! In part one, we dig into running history, why there should be more fun runs in Singapore and reasons to participate.
Now, this is your chance to make 2015 truly unforgettable! Come New Year’s Eve, dance, play and run in a huge effervescent party flooded with a sea of glowing bubbles. The thrill doesn’t end after the run either – keep grooving along to the DJ’s beats at the Siloso Beach Party, Singapore’s biggest NYE bash all through the night!
Bounceoff is bringing in a new dynamic race that will keep you leaping through the gigantic inflatable obstacles, known as BounceOFF!
This sensational event will be happening at Sentosa, spanning across Tanjong Beach to Siloso Beach on Saturday, 3 October 2015.
It’s ironic that fun runs and other high-profile athletic events have made headlines over the past couple of years for all the wrong reasons. Fun runs start out innocently enough: they support philanthropy, introduce the sport to newbies and you can’t beat the social scene. Still, there’s no denying the trend. Fun runs have their downside. Should you stop engaging in them? Of course not. But remain cautious and knowledgeable about hidden dangers associated with runs that include unusual, unique or entertaining “side shows”. It pays to be prepared for anything, you know.
Our favorite and cherished cartoon characters keep us young at heart and bring back delightful childhood memories. Even the most dedicated runners enjoy the frivolity and silliness surrounding cartoon novelty runs. Many of these events are held over a weekend filled with exciting activities and visits by favorite characters. Special races and events are planned for children, making these marathons a true family vacation.
You probably know Meiji for its incredible range of delicious chocolates, snacks and dairy products—but have you heard of their inaugural food race? Come Saturday, 23 May 2015, you and your family and friends can experience the first ever Meiji food-inspired 5km fun run in Singapore!