"What is life without some mystery and surprise?"
The fourth and final leg of Runners League is in the West region of Singapore. This will remain an undisclosed location until one month before the race. We will be giving out clues in the course of the build-up to the run, but it definitely is a virgin route that many will be pleased to be introduced to! Sign up now to confirm your slots and start the alliance at Runners League!
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When is Runners League?
The Runners League consists of 4 races and will be held on 10 June 2017, 26 August 2017, 7 October 2017 and Mystery (Oct-Dec).
Where will the races be held?
The races will be held at 4 different around Singapore, namely Coney Island/Punggol Waterway, Gardens by the Bay, Sentosa and a Mystery venue which will be released closer to the date.
How many Race Categories are there?
There are 2 categories, 5km Fun Run and 10km Competitive Run.
Will I get race timing?
All participants in the Competitive categories will get their race timing.
Do I have to take part in all races?
No. However, participating in all Full League - 4 races will entitle you to an Exclusive Runners League jacket.
How do I decide which zone to run in?
The decision lies solely with you, but take note that all participants who chose to represent the winning zone will receive a mystery prize! (includes those who were not the top 100 Men/Women runners)
Which zone do i represent if I'm running in more than one zone?
Runners are free to take part in as many LEGs of the Runners League but only one zone of your choice will be used and the decision cannot be changed.
How can I register my company / running group?
Please contact us for corporate booking at email@example.com.
Is the race open to all nationalities?
Yes. The race is open to all nationalities.
What is the minimum age to participate in the races?
The minimum age for 10km categories is 14 based on the year of birth in 2017. The minimum age for 5km category is 5 based on the year of birth in 2017. Parental supervision by a registered adult is required for participants aged 5 – 12 years old.
Does that mean I get 4 singlets and 4 medals if I signed up for the package?
Yes, as well as an Exclusive Runners League Jacket, and all the other entitlements stated based on the category.
What if I only signed up for 2 or 3 LEGs?
Then you will receive the respective Singlets and Medals based on the zone you are running in.
Do I get prizes for being the top 3 runners?
Sorry to say but the Runners League is about an Active Alliance, so instead, all participants in the winning zone will get a mystery gift!
How is the winning zone selected?
For each run, the average timings for the top 100 runners for both the men's and women's 10km categories (total 200 runners) in each zone will be computed and the zone with the fastest combined time for both categories will be the winner! The runners of Runners League of all four runs will culminate at the final run location where the ultimate champion zone will be announced. Runners from the ultimate champion zone will receive an additional mystery gift on top of their standard package.
Is there a baggage deposit at the start point?
Yes. There is a baggage deposit area at the start point. Whilst maximum care and security will be enforced, the Organiser will not be responsible for any loss or damaged items or delay in retrieving the bags. Participants are advised to travel light.
Can I skate or cycle during the race?
No. For the safety of all runners, skating or cycling is not allowed.
Are strollers allowed?
No. For the safety of all runners, strollers are not allowed.
What is the cut-off time for the event?
10km: 3 hours and 5km: 2 hours
What if I am injured during the race or otherwise unable to finish the race?
Please approach the nearest first aiders deployed along the route. Participants who require immediate medical attention may alert the route marshals.
What happens if it rains?
In the event of rain and lightning risks, race marshals will divert runners on route to nearby sheltered areas. For the safety and well-being of all runners, the Organizer may decide to call off the race in view of bad weather.