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9 Sep 2013
The first SCMS 2013 Running Clinic was held at Singapore Sports Council’s SPEX House on 21 September 2013.

Registration for our running clinics are open to all Marathon, Half Marathon, 10K and Ekiden registrants of SCMS 2013. The slots are available on first-come-first-served basis through online registration only.

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9 Sep 2013
The first SCMS 2013 Running Clinic was held at Singapore Sports Council’s SPEX House on 7 September 2013.

Here’s some highlights of the Standard Chartered Running Clinic that had happened on 7th September 2013.
Come join the rest of running clinics that we have planned for you to find out how you can train better for Race Day.
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2 Jan 2013 Standard Chartered Marathon Singapore 2012 sees a new winner in the men’s category.
Kenyan Kiproo Lilan Kennedy (25) crossed the finish line first in their categories with a time of 02:17:20.27. It was a tight finish for Kennedy with course record holder, Luke Kibet, a mere five seconds behind.

 

2 Jan 2013
Kenyan Irene Jerotich Kosgei (38) crossed the finish line first with a time of 02:37:53.51. Kosgei has set history by becoming the first woman to win the Women’s Open category for three consecutive years.

 

2 Dec 2012
Congratulations to all participants who ran the Standard Chartered Marathon Singapore!

World’s oldest marathoner was there alongside with super heroes. Ah Siao ran with a 14-kg tyre. Our volunteers were the heroes behind the scene providing the cheers and energy to our participants. Watch the video and see if you are amongst the happy faces.

 

15 Nov 2012
One little cheer from you, one big boost to your runner.

Get your family and friends to join our volunteers and cheerleaders along the running routes on Race Day and cheer on the runners.

 

13 Sep 2012
Giving up is not an option for Sky and he applies this philosophy both to life and to running. He’s running to raise funds for Make a Wish Foundation via GIVE.sg and is looking for 50 runners to run with him. Why don’t you Run for Good this SCMS?

 

4 Sep 2012
Cancer may have slowed her down but it didn’t stop avid marathoner Carolyn from walking 21km last year, after 6 months of chemotherapy and medical procedures. Do you have a cause you believe in? How about joining Carolyn, and Run for Good via GIVE.sg too?

 

4 Sep 2012
What motivates you to run? For Jonathan, he’s running for a cause greater than himself. After losing his 7 year old daughter to cancer 4 years ago, he decided to dedicate his Standard Chartered Marathon Singapore run to raising funds for the Singapore Cancer Society. Let’s join him in Running for Good via GIVE.sg

 

4 Sep 2012
Mike was born with a cleft lip but was lucky to be able to get the operation he needed. He wants to help provide a new lease on life for children with facial deformities. Show your support for Mike or start your own Run for Good via GIVE.sg.

 

4 Sep 2012 Inspired by his girlfriend’s work with autistic children, Ming dedicates his runs to raising funds for Autism Association (Singapore). Even when his body urges him to give up, he pushes on in spite of the pain because he feels so strongly about helping the children. Show your support for Ming by posting your encouraging messages here and contributing to this cause via GIVE.sg.

 

4 Sep 2012
How would you like to make the world a better place? You can do so simply by dedicating your run at this year’s Standard Chartered Marathon Singapore to raise funds for a cause you believe in. Here are some people who have done so. Let’s join them in the race to Run for Good!

 

12 Jul 2012
If you couldn’t make it to the Standard Chartered Marathon Singapore 2012 event launch on 6 July 2012 at Raffles Place Park, you can view some highlights here!

1 Jul 2012
Run for the buzz
Run for the memories
Run to make a statement
Run to make a mark
There are a thousand reasons to run
Run for yours.

8 Dec 2011
Here are some highlights from the second edition of Singapore’s marquee running event on 4 Dec 2011.