The NUS Bizad Charity Run, organized by the NUS Business School, marks the 5th edition of the annual run which coincides with the schools 50th Anniversary celebrations.
The Standard Chartered Marathon Singapore (SCMS), the last and biggest race in Singapore’s running calendar took place just this weekend. Historically, the SCMS was also the first major race I took part in 2009 when I ran my first half-marathon, which eventually led me to running my first full marathon five months later.
Over 1,800 runner took part in the 2014 edition of the much loved Salomon X-Trail at its new home in Punggol on Saturday evening. The race is part of the regional Salomon X-Trail series created to introduce the marvels of trail running to runners in the region.
Orienteering – trail running and map reading at the same time.
With the rise of Vertical Kilometer races in Europe and America, Asia is playing catch up and with it, the first Vertical Kilometer race in Asia was staged at the heart of trail running in Asia on Lantau Island, Hong Kong.
Most Muslim runners will find that running or training during the month of Ramadan to be a challenge. Taking part in a trail race during that period magnifies the effort even further.
The Sundown Marathon has been around for a fairly long time. Starting out as the Adidas Sundown Marathon (as the official co-sponsor) from 2008 to 2010, it has since been co-sponsored by New Balance since 2011.
The 15th Anniversary of the Sabah Adventure Challenge took place on 18th of April, a Good Friday. Well, a good day for the athletes from all around the world who came together to take part in this grueling multi-day Adventure Race and Ultra-Marathon.
5 climbs , cumulative elevation gain of 2,600 meters, 13 hour cut off time. And it’s my first trip to Hong Kong!