About This Race
The annual National Geographic Earth Day Run launched its humble beginnings 2007 in Taiwan and in 2010 in Philippines. Both runs have been growing in scale with Philippines hitting their record of 20,000 participants in 2015 and in Taiwan, participation rates increased by 2,000 for the runs in Kaohsiung and New Taipei in the same year. Each year, the run supports a beneficiary that promotes environmental efforts and gives back to the environment through reforestation or funding sustainability tools. In 2016, the Nat Geo Earth Day Run included Singapore, Shanghai and Hong Kong – running for the earth, all on the same day.

This year’s Nat Geo Earth Day Run 2017 in Singapore serves to protect our planet through renewable energy consumption, reducing waste and lowering participants’ carbon footprint.
Age limit as of 23 Apr, 2017
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    11 Apr, 2017


Fun Run, 5km
1 x Any gender, No age limit
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    Close on 11 Apr, 2017

There is no age limit for the 5km race.


Competitive Run, 10km
1 x Any gender, 18 yrs old & above
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  • Standard Rate
    Close on 11 Apr, 2017

Participants must be at least 18 years of age on race day.


Family Package, 5km
2 x Any gender, 18 yrs old & above
2 x Any gender, 12 yrs old & below
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    Close on 11 Apr, 2017

Participants under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult and may only register for the Family package.

23 Apr, 2017, Sun, 4:30 pm SGT

18 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore

23 Apr, 2017, Sun, 4:00 pm SGT

18 Marina Gardens Dr, Singapore

14 Apr, 2017, 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm

15 Apr, 2017, 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm

Ocean Financial Centre, Atrium
/10 Collyer Quay, 049315
Alternatively, there will be a last race pack collection on the 22 April at Gardens by the Bay from 12.00pm – 6.00pm.

If you are unable to make it for the race pack collection date above, you may complete the authorisation form with the necessary documents and assign for someone to collect your race pack on your behalf.
  • Race tee
  • Race Bib
  • E-Cert
  • Running belt with BPA-free water bottle
  • National Geographic Earth Day Run NETS FlashPay Card
  • Race tee (Child)
  • Neutrogena Ultra Sheer Dry Touch SPF50 (15g) and Hydra Boost Water Gel (5g)
Other Info
2.30PMEco-Carnival commences
4.00PM10KM Run Flag Off
4.30PM5KM Run Flag Off
5.30PMPrize Presentation for 10KM Competitive Run Winners
5.45PMEco-Concert commences

Participants are reminded to arrive at the event 30 minutes before flag off. 

National Geographic Earth Day Run Eco-Carnival

The Eco-Carnival will take place from 2.30PM to 8PM for the programme of the National Geographic Earth Day Run. It will provide participants with essentials for the day’s activities including food, drink and merchandise.


To fill participants’ stomachs, sustainable seafood and other dishes from IndoChine will be available in the form of snacks and full meals, with the use of non-disposable cutleries/crockeries.

The carnival will also feature booths with fun, family-friendly activities, and eco-friendly merchandise!.


Earth Day Run will conclude with a concert at 5.45 to 8.30PM, featuring the following acts, who have generously donated their time and performance fees to WWF as part of their support:

Disco HueDisco Hue is a 4-piece electronic pop band from Singapore. Emerged in 2011, it takes pride in producing infectious synth hooks and catchy vocals. It’s debut EP, Arcade, peaked at #2 on iTunes Pop Chart in Singapore.
iNCHiNCH is a Singaporean singer-songwriter, musician, producer and artist. Her music blends acoustic folk with alternative rock, electronic music, jazz and pop influence. A performance veteran, she has a solid breadth of experience from major local events to lauded arts festivals in Asia and beyond.
Gareth FernandezGareth Fernandez is a Pop/Soul artist based in Singapore who brings original music to the table, including fresh grooves and moves with a splash of the old-school. He is known for his soulful vocals, energetic live performances, with great instrumentation.
The FaçadeThe Façade is an alternative band based in Singapore, and have been rocking chart-topping hits and originals since 2011. Performing genres such as pop, rock, blues and R&B, the band’s vocals complement each other beautifully.
Take TwoTake Two is a band from Singapore which performs to audiences all over Southeast Asia and China. With ears primed to take in anything across the aural spectrum, the quintet’s music is the by-product of reverence for the maestros and taking to heart the élan of great pop-sensibilities.

Renewable Energy and Zero Waste

The Eco-Carnival is powered fully by clean energy sources to minimise the event’s carbon footprint. It also runs with the aim of generating zero waste.

Medical/First Aid Stations

There will be a First Aid Station at the Start/Finish area and at the 5km turnaround point.

Distance Markers

Distance markers will be positioned at each KM.

Race Etiquette

As the race is an out and back course, as a sign of courtesy, please keep to your right to avoid bumping into participants racing the other direction. Feel free to approach the crew members for assistance if you encounter any problems.

Each paid participant will be entitled to participate in the National Geographic Earth Day Run and will receive a Race Kit which includes (subject to change):

  • Race tee made from recycled plastic bottles
  • Running belt with BPA-free water bottle
  • Race bib
  • Electronic Finisher’s Certificate
  • National Geographic Earth Day Run NETS FlashPay Card

Men's 10KM and Women's 10KM Competitive Category
Top 3 participants from each category will be awarded the following:

1ST PRIZE:S$1,000 cash + 4D3N stay at IndoChine Resorts & Villas Phuket (Pool Villa)
2ND PRIZE:$500 cash + 3D2N stay at IndoChine Resorts & Villas Phuket (Ocean Suite)
3RD PRIZE:$300 cash + 3D2N stay at IndoChine Resorts & Villas Phuket (Oceanfront Room)
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