Tag: Pocari Sweat Run

Fly Me to The Moon: The Pocari Sweat Run 2016

Fly Me to The Moon: The Pocari Sweat Run 2016

As the organizers suggested, this year’s runners were tasked to complete the total remaining 80,000km, as part of a bigger voyage of the lunar dream capsule project. Perhaps a recorded…

Love at First Sip: POCARI SWEAT and Singapore’s Running Community

Love at First Sip: POCARI SWEAT and Singapore’s Running Community

If you’ve heard the phrase, “A match made in heaven,” you know that some things or people are ideally suited to each other. It’s impossible to imagine Antony without Cleopatra…

POCARI SWEAT Kicks Off Upcoming Run with Lunar Dive Clinic

POCARI SWEAT Kicks Off Upcoming Run with Lunar Dive Clinic

POCARI SWEAT hosted a first-of-its-kind Lunar Dive Clinic at Queenstown Swimming Complex last week. The lunar-themed event is part of the Lunar Dream Capsule Project, where POCARI SWEAT aims to…

You’ll Be Over the Moon at the 2016 Pocari Sweat Run

You’ll Be Over the Moon at the Pocari Sweat Run 2016

Back in 1921 when Otsuka Pharmaceutical Company was established, travelling to the moon was the stuff of fiction, but by the time this well-established firm diversified into the health and…

Pocari Sweat Gives Olympic-Bound Marathoner Neo Jie Shi a Timely Boost

Pocari Sweat Gives Olympic-Bound Marathoner Neo Jie Shi a Timely Boost

Pocari Sweat has announced the support for Singapore female marathoner Neo Jie Shi. Jie Shi will be representing Singapore in the marathon event at this August’s Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.

Who Won the 2015 Pocari Sweat Run Singapore? Everyone Who Competed!

Who Won the 2015 Pocari Sweat Run Singapore? Everyone Who Competed!

We congratulate Gen Lin Foo, Jee Keng Chew, Noboru Matsumoto, Derek Li, Tasuo Komoto, winners in the 10km men’s competitive category and Vivian Tang, April McKenna, Baoying Lim, Heidi Makinen and Hilda Stoney who brought home victories in the women’s 10km competitive run at this year’s July 12th Pocari Sweat Run Singapore. See the entire list by visiting the Pocari Sweat Run Singapore 2015 result page.

Pocari Sweat Run 2014: Smiles in Blue All Around

Pocari Sweat Run 2014: Smiles in Blue All Around

Returning for its third edition, runners clad in the distinctive blue and white of the Pocari Sweat Run welcomed no less than 9,000 participants to Nicoll Highway last Sunday.

POCARI SWEAT Run Jakarta 2014: 5,000 Gathered in Alam Sutera and Practised #SAFERUNNING

POCARI SWEAT Run Jakarta 2014: 5,000 Gathered in Alam Sutera and Practised #SAFERUNNING

Continuing the Go Sweat Go Ion campaign which started back in October 2013, POCARI SWEAT held the POCARI SWEAT Run Jakarta 2014 on May 11, 2014 in Alam Sutera.

Run With Mok This June At The Pocari Sweat Run!

Run With Mok This June At The Pocari Sweat Run!

The Pocari Sweat Run is back on the 8th June for its third edition for 2014! This year, the race sees two main categories, the 10KM Competitive to target seasoned runners looking to hit a personal best, and a 5KM Competitive to get non-runners to pick up the sport and start on a good foot, knowing the importance of hydration and other important factors when running.

The Sea of Blue at the Pocari Sweat Run 2013

The Sea of Blue at the Pocari Sweat Run 2013

On a sleepy Sunday morning where most of the population were still in bed, approximately 7000 runners made their way down to The Promontory@Marina Bay to participate in the Pocari Sweat Run 2013. The starting point of the run which is in its second year was different from last year’s inaugural run which commenced at the Gardens by the Bay.

Pocari Sweat Run 2012: Super Hydration, Super Trees, Super Run!

Pocari Sweat Run 2012: Super Hydration, Super Trees, Super Run!

The inaugural Pocari Sweat Run was a massive hit with the 4,000 registrants! Set in the picturesque Gardens By The Bay, the race route consisted the best of tropical horticulture, magnificent city views and landscaping artistry. Runners were treated to resplendent habitats morphing along the track, from desert tundra to teeming jungles. The one million squared metre sanctuary was a feast for the eyes and a boost to running spirit.