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Date: May 31st, 2014
Venue: Siloso Beach, Sentosa
Time: 8:00 am
Location: Singapore
Categories: 7 km, 3 km including zipline
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SunNUS CSC Mount Imbiah Challenge is a first-of-its kind, uniquely designed multi-terrain run. It challenges the adventurous souls out there in its uniquely crafted race route consisting of terrestrial components like tarmac, sand, uphill trail and finally, ending off with a heart pumping zipline ride down. Being Singapore's first run to incorporate a zipline element in it, you can be sure to find yourself on a runner's high in a way like no other.

In partnership with MegaZip Singapore, we are proud to use Asia's longest zipline facility as part of our race programme. To elevate the adrenaline rush after the race, you will be riding down with heart-pounding speeds of up to 50km/h from the 72m tall Mount Imbiah in Sentosa. This is a challenge like no other so be the first in Singapore to do this, and vacancies are reserved only for the brave-hearted!

There is also a non-competitive parent-child 3km run catered specially for the adrenaline-seeking family out there! Nothing gets close to this unforgettable experience when we talk about celebrating family togetherness.
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  1. unfortunately the event was sold out before I could register 🙁 was looking forward to the zipline thing


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