Dates: 14 May - 15 May, 2022
Event venue: Anywhere
Categories: 5KM / 10KM
Event type: Virtual challenge (Accumulative)
Available in: Singapore
  Runner's Entitlement
Entitlement list
Finisher Medal
A digital copy of Run Magazine
  What is a virtual run?
A virtual run is a race that you can complete at your own pace and time.

Virtual running works exactly the same as any other type of running but the difference is that the entered race can be run at any location, either outside or inside on a treadmill.

All you have to do is register for a race and provide evidence that you have done it. The evidence can be a screenshot of your running app, a photo of the treadmill screen etc. Do check out specific instructions of the event you join for more information.

Virtual races are a great way to stay fit and active all year round, run for good causes and get awesome medals and other entitlements for your participation!
  More information
Rainbow Of Light
Seven colours form a rainbow and this is the 7th edition of Run For Light. Befittingly, the theme for this year is Rainbow of Light which signifies HOPE emerging from a very challenging period the world has seen. The annual run event did not beat a hasty retreat when the pandemic struck but pressed on with virtual runs in the previous two editions. The 7th edition run will return with an on-site race scheduled on 14th May 2022, Saturday at Punggol Waterway Park and a virtual race from 14th to 15th May 2022, Saturday & Sunday.

Let the seven colours in the “Rainbow of Light” shine bright in the 7th edition of Run For Light. Live Well, Race Well & All Will be Well!

The Hybrid Run
RFL2022 will go the hybrid way which incorporates both on-site and virtual run at the same time. There are two race distances in 5KM and 10KM. The on-site run and hybrid run will kick off on 14 May, Saturday. Exception is virtual run which will be over 2-day duration and runners get to run anywhere & anytime within the stipulated timeframe. The official timekeeper is Sportsplits.

Given the current restriction, total 600 on-site runners get to compete in 5KM and 10KM category on a controlled flag-off basis. It is important to note that runners must be fully vaccinated before they are allowed in the zone on race day. For virtual race, the onus is on the runners to choose a safe route using the event tracker app.

There are 300 runners for 5KM fun run (non-competitive) and 300 runners for 10KM competitive run for the on-site race. Registration is based on first-come-first-served until all allotted slots are filled. For virtual run, there is no cap in participation number. However, there are podium prizes in the virtual run for 5KM and 10KM which incorporates with Qooline Run Challenge – Tiger Series June bi-monthly race.

Important Note: Runners must be fully vaccinated if they are doing the on-site race and proof of vaccination status must be presented to duty personnel on race day. They will be flagged off in waves and safe management measures (SMM) are to be strictly adhered to.

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