UD SG-Ultra Marathon 2019

UD SG-Ultra Marathon 2019

Sat 19 Oct, 2019 to Sun 20 Oct, 2019

Gardens By The Bay East ­(Rhu Cross, next to Passion Wave @ Marina Bay)
Unnamed Road, Singapore, Singapore
About This Race

The UD SG-Ultra Marathon 2019 will start from 19 October 2019 (Saturday) to 20 October 2019 (Sunday), at Gardens by the Bay East ­(Rhu Cross, next to Passion Wave @ Marina Bay).

19 Oct, 2019, Sat, 9:00 am +08

Unnamed Road, Singapore
100km

19 Oct, 2019, Sat, 4:00 pm +08

Unnamed Road, Singapore
50km

19 Oct, 2019, Sat, 6:00 pm +08

Unnamed Road, Singapore
50km

To be announced

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  • Running Singlet
  • Unisex Finisher Tee
  • Finisher Medal
Other Info




Race Entitlements




50km solo & duo and 100km 
1. Race Bib and timing chip
2. UD Sg-Ultramarathon Singlet
3. UD Sg-Ultramarathon carrier bag
4. Flyers from sponsors
5. Finisher T-shirt & Finisher Medal

*UD Sg-Ultramarathon Finisher T-shirt and Finisher Medal will be handed out on race day after you complete the event.












Category Flag Off Time :Cut Off Time:
100km Solo9:00am 24 hours from official flag off time
50km Solo  4:00pm 12 hours from official flag off time
50km Duo 6:00pm5 hours from official flag off time

*2 runners to form a team and start together, running 25km each. Runners need to cross the finish line together. Timing will be based on both runner’s combined time.


The race is capped at 1,000 entrants and once that number of registrants is reached, the 2019 race will be closed.






Ultramarathon Categories



50km Solo


Take on this unique opportunity push yourself to the next level of running experience, an Ultramarathon. The Ultramarathon is a race that is longer than a full marathon distance of 42.195km. 50km is considered an ultramarathon distance and appeals to serious runners and it should not be taken lightly even though there are ample time given for the course.




50km Duo (25km per runner, team of 2)


This race will consist of a 25 Km loop. Perfect distance for those runners who have competed in half marathons and who wish to progress to the next level. By registering for 50km Duo, both runners will have to complete 25km each and they will do it together i.e. start together. Do it together with a friend, your running buddy, a colleague and be proud of your achievement once you cross the finishing line.




100km Solo


Take on this unique opportunity push yourself to the next level of running experience, an Ultramarathon. 100km is considered an ultramarathon distance and appeals to serious runners and it should not be taken lightly even though there are ample time given for the course.


Aid stations


There will be sufficient aid stations, water and sports drinks will be offered at all the aid stations and they are approximately 5km to 6km apart. Food will be provided for 50km, 84km & 100km Ultramarathon runners however, as much as possible you are encouraged to be self-sufficient as individual preference & suitability for nutrition defers.




Fully equipped ambulances and paramedics will be on standby along the race route and end point.




Baggage check in facility and its location


It will be located at the event venue near the information counter. Participants are encouraged to tag their own bags as this will help reduce the waiting time at the bag drop off counter. 




Cut off time


The cut off time for 50km Solo is 12 hours, 50km Duo is 5 hours, and 100km Solo is 24 hours respectively after the official flag off time.




Pacers
None












FAQs


What is the minimum age requirement for this event? 
In order to participate in the Ultra marathon event, runners have to be 18 years & above on event year.


What is my race bib number? 
Race bib numbers will be assigned to every runner for the all race categories. You will only be notified of your bib number closer to the REPC date.


Important Note for Ultramarathon Participants:
Participation in this event is at the runner’s own risk. Although the organizer has experienced medical personnel at various points along the course, it difficult for medical assistance to reach the runner immediately. Each runner is encouraged to consult with his or her own personal doctor regarding any physical or medical limitations before attempting the race. It is important for each entrant to recognise the potential physical and mental stresses which may evolve from participation in an Ultramarathon distance. Runners may be subjected to extremes of heat, dehydration, hypoglycemia, hyponatremia, disorientation and mental and physical exhaustion. The organiser and the medical staff strive to work with runners. They will do all they reasonably can to ensure “safe passage”, but ultimately runners must understand their own limitations and it is better to follow the dictates of your body and not your ambitions. Adequate physical and mental conditioning prior to the Run is mandatory. If you have not been able to prepare properly, do not attempt to run an ultramarathon distance.


What must I bring to the Race Expo? 
Please bring along your photo ID (NRIC, Passport or Driving license), a copy of the confirmation email containing your bib number, proxy form duly completed and signed if you are collecting on behalf of participants. Please note that we will also accept screenshot of confirmation slip & ID.


What if I can’t make it to the Race Expo to collect my race kit?
You may download an authorization letter from this website and ask a family member or friend to collect the race kit on your behalf.




Do you have race day pick up? 
Yes but we do not encourage this as it may delay your start time. If you are picking up your race kit on race day, just proceed to the Information booth at least 1.5 hour before the designated start time for your event. Race day collection are catered mainly to runners who are not residing in Singapore.




Can you mail me my race kit? 
No, we do not provide mailing service for race kits, all participants must pick up their race kit at the Race Expo, at our office or on race day.


Where does the race start and finish? 
The race starts and ends at Gardens by the Bay East at Rhu Cross, next to Passion Wave @ Marina Bay (Tanjong Rhu)


What’s the best way to get to the start? 
Free shuttle service from Stadium MRT station CC6 - Exit B


By Train : MRT Circle line, alight at the Stadium MRT station CC6 Exit B.  Free shuttle bus service from Stadium MRT station CC6 to Gardens by the Bay East at Rhu Cross <---> (Return shuttle service between Stadium MRT & Gardens by the Bay East will run from 8:00am to 10:00am and 3:00pm to 11:30pm on a 19 Oct 2019 and on a first come first serve basis.



By Bus : Bus number 11 & 158. Alight outside Costa Rhu Condo and follow the map provided in this website to walk to the race venue.






By Car : There are very limited parking at Gardens by the Bay East. The nearest pubic carpark other than the one at Bay East is at Kallang indoor stadium and the surrounding open carpark near Kallang leisure park.



By Taxi : Inform the taxi driver that Gardens by the Bay East is at Rhu Cross next to Costa Rhu Condominium, enter via Tanjong Rhu Road.




What if I miss the flag off time? 
The course will close 30 minutes after the official flag off time. No one will be allowed to start after the starting cut off time.




Is the Sg Ultra Marathon 2019 a certified course? 
No, this course has not been certified.




Is there a time limit to complete the race? 
Yes, the cut off time for 50km Solo is 12 hours, 50km Duo is 5 hours and 100km Solo is 24 hours respectively after the official flag off time.




What can I do if I do not meet the race cut off? 
Due to road closures and park usage restrictions, course cut off will be implemented. Do arrange your own transport back to the end point or if you wish to drop out halfway and do not wish to return to the end point, please inform any of the race officials or volunteers so that we are aware of your decision to dnf (Did not finish). This is purely for your safety and accountability purpose


Is there prize money for winners who competes in the Ultra marathon event? 
No prize money, only trophies will be given to the top 3 runners / team in each of the race categories.




How to you pick the winners?
The ‘Gun Time’ will be considered to determine the winners for all categories.




How will my time be recorded? 
The Sg Ultra Marathon event will be using Timing Chips secured to the shoe lace. Each Timing chip is checked for functionality before distribution. The Timing chip is always 'ON' and need not be activated. You can dispose the chip after the race.




What is the timing chip for and what do I do with it?
The timing chip is used to track and capture your run time. You do not need to return your chip after the event. Please note that if you do not have the timing chip, you will not have an official time.




Are walkers permitted? 
Yes, walkers and race walkers are allowed, however walkers are required to start near the end of the pack to avoid being crowded or bumped by the faster participants and slower runners are encouraged to stay on the left side of the race route.


 Are skates, skateboards, bicycles, e-scooters or carriages of any kind allowed on the Sg Ultra Marathon course? 
No, if you are caught on the Sg Ultra Marathon course with any of these, you will be directed off the course immediately.


COURSE SUPPORT

How many aid stations will you have?
There will be sufficient aid stations, water and sports drinks will be offered at all the aid stations and they are approximately 5km to 6km apart. Food will be provided for 50km solo & duo and 100km Ultramarathon runners however, as much as possible you are encouraged to be self-sufficient as individual preference & suitability for nutrition defers.




Will there be paramedics and ambulances in the event of an emergency?
Yes, fully equipped ambulances and paramedics will be on standby along the race route and end point.




Is there a baggage check in facility and where is it located?Yes, it will be located near the starting line. Participants are encouraged to tag their own bags as this will help reduce the waiting time at the bag drop off counter. 




What time will the finish line close and timing stopped?
Timing will be stopped after the official flag off time. For 50km Solo, it is 12 hours; 50km Duo, it is 5 hours and for 100km Solo, is 24 hours respectively after the official flag off time.




Will there be food provided along the course?
Food will be provided to runners participating in the Ultramarathon distances i.e. 50km Solo / Duo and 100 km Solo, however you are encouraged to prepare and carry your own nutrition.




Do you have Pacers? 
No


POST RACE

Do all participants receive finisher medals and finisher T-shirts?
All finishers within the race cut off time in the 50km Solo / Duo and 100km Solo event will receive a finisher medal and a Sg-Ultramarathon finisher T-shirt each.  T-shirt sizes have to be pre-selected at the point of registration and no exchanges of T-shirt will be allowed at the end point.


Where can I collect my baggage after the race?
Collection of the baggage will be at the same location as the drop of. Any uncollected baggage will be stored at Epic ESR office for 14 days. The race organizer and management accepts no responsibilities for lost baggage or any items left in our care.


When will the results be made available and will there be finisher certificates?
Your race result will be posted on our website after the race. Official results and an Electronic Finisher Certificate will be made available to all finishers within 14 days after the race on the event website. 


OTHER

How can I purchase photos from Sg Ultra Marathon 2019?
As this is an evening / night race and due to low lighting condition, no official photographs will be taken, however we will still engage photographers to take photographs of the event and it will be uploaded onto our Facebook Page.




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