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Beat the heat!

In Singapore’s hot and humid climate it is paramount to stay well-hydrated to avoid a heat injury.

Drink sufficiently pre-event. Your fluid intake should consist of a combination of water and electrolyte drinks. Avoid caffeinated drinks.

Make good use of the frequent drink stations along the running route and at the finish line.

Pace yourself

Don’t get too carried away by the excitement of race start. Adapt to your fitness level, the weather and other running conditions. Especially if you are not a regular runner, it’s a good idea to start off at a pace that is well within your physical comfort zone.

If you feel overly tired and giddy, or if you develop a headache and feel over-heated, please slow down.

Listen to your body

Apart from undue fatigue, if you start to have difficulty breathing, develop chest pain, or re-discover that old injury you have been ignoring, it would be a good idea to stop and seek medical attention.

If you have had an illness with fever in the week before the race, it may be wise to sit out the race. If you decide to give it a go, start out at a slower pace than usual, and if you start to feel unwell, please stop and seek medical help.

Take responsibility for your health

With this event we hope to encourage people to take up running and adopt a healthy lifestyle; exercise regularly and eat healthy. However, you should be aware of your physical abilities and whether you are able to compete in this event without a health risk.

Please answer the 7 questions of the Physical Activity Readiness Questionnaire before you take part in this event.

Consult your doctor if you have a heart condition, have a family history of cardiac arrests, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes, or any other condition that may keep you from participating.

Keep us informed

If you have a medical condition that may affect you during the race, please inform the medical team so they can watch out for you. If you have an allergy or a condition which requires special medication, please bring it along. You can leave it with the medical team during the race if necessary.

Race Day Medical Emergencies

If you witness any medical emergencies during the run, please contact (65) 6838 0873.


A spectacular SUNSET RUN on 12 October 2019, Saturday.