The SIA Charity Run 2017 was held as part of their 70th Anniversary celebration on Sunday Morning, 8 October at The Float@Marina Bay. The event aimed to raise funds for…
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The Final Leg of IJM Allianz Duo Highway Challenge Ended at New Pantai Expressway (NPE) with More Than 9,000 Runners
The run kicked off early in the morning of 10 September 2017 with the flag off for 21km at 5:30 a.m. followed by the flag off for 10km challenge at…
19 March 2016, 10.45am: close to 1,500 participants gathered at the start line of the EcoTrail de Paris, ready for the 3 starting waves. It was chilly at about 10°C,…
Nostalgic heritage sites, lush greenery, historical railroads. Sound like great places for some hiking or historical excursions, don’t they? Yet, you would be surprised to know that these unique places are actually some, and in fact, most of the race routes of last Sunday’s Green Corridor Run 2015! Many of the famous running clubs like The Yellow Fellows and F1 Runners were there too! Decked in blue race singlet, I was there to unlock one of my achievements for 2015—to complete a 10km nature trail run.
Valentine’s Day on Saturday, 14 February 2015 was not only a special day for couples and loved ones but also Singapore’s very first 21km half marathon in 2015!
Hosted for the second time, Ho Chi Minh City Run 2015 powered by La Vie was a pounding success, bringing together 6,348 runners of all ages. Eager participants gathered on Nguyen Khac Vien Street, Phu My Hung in the cool of dawn on Sunday, 18 January 2015. Buzzing with energy, more than 4,700 participants took on the 5km route. Meanwhile, 925 10km-runners and 658 half-marathoners conquered the bridge, taking in breathtaking sights from Crescent Lake and Phu My Bridge.
More than 53,000 runners celebrated their completion of another personal running milestone for the year after pacing through the city for the Standard Chartered Marathon Singapore 2014 (SCMS) on Sunday, 7 December 2014.
While on a vacation, getting in a healthy dose of exercise on a marathon might be the last thing on your mind. But what if the race took you to a new land, with a new culture to explore amongst the brilliant crimson and golden autumn foliage?
The 22nd annual Run For Hope event took place on 16 November Sunday, with a total of 11,000 participants including cancer patients, survivors, family and supporters at The Promontory @ Marina Bay.
Rain or shine, more than 15,000 women participated in the Great Eastern Women’s Run last Sunday, the largest turnout recorded for the run so far. Participants ran past local iconic landmarks including Gardens by the Bay, Marina Bay Sands, Merlion Park, Esplanade, Singapore Flyer, F1 Pit Building and the Sports Hub.