Income Eco Run 2018 is Southeast Asia’s premier eco-run which champions environmental conservation and aims to encourage everyone to play their part in supporting the cause.
The run will take place on Sunday, 29 April 2018, at the F1 Pit Building, and includes the following categories:
• 21.1km Half Marathon
• 10km / 10km Mixed Team
• 5km Fun Run
• 1.2km Kids Dash
• 800m Kids Dash
Regardless of the distance you wish to run, you can be a ‘Zero Waste Runner’, and pledge to be eco-friendly! Your race entitlements as a ‘Zero Waste Runner’ will differ from other participants. For example, if you are competing in the 21.1km half marathon, you will not receive a finisher tee or medal, in order to help reduce production waste.
The 5km Fun Run is a new category this year to introduce non-runners to the joy of running. A good way for anyone to build up your fitness levels, Income Eco Run 2018 has something for everyone! Come join in the fun and do your part for a greener environment!
Income Eco Run 2018
Event Details Date: 29 April 2018, Sunday
Time: 5am – 10am
Venue: F1 Pit Building
Income Eco Run Farmers’ Market
In addition, you can visit the Income Eco Run Farmers’ Market while collecting your race pack.
Your preparations for the Income Eco Run would not be complete without the Income Eco Run Farmers’ Market and Race Entry Pack Collection (REPC) on 14-15 April 2018!
Taking place at the F1 Pit Building, collect your Income Eco Run race entry gear and treat yourself to wholesome bites and drinks from a slew of local and eco vendors such as Beans to Bar, VeganBurg, Bettr Barista and Bushwick Biotech. Kick-starting a zero waste lifestyle is easier than you think!
What’s more, the Income Eco Run Farmers’ Market is also open to the public, you can visit the market to do shopping and participate in the activities.
Find out how you can take the first step towards sustainable living at the green partners’ booths, or pick up a skill and fulfil your green-finger dreams at the workshops run by Edible Garden City, Zero Waste SG and more. From upcycling, to learning how to DIY your own household and beauty products, there’s is something for everyone of all ages at the Farmers’ Market!
To find out more, please visit https://incomeecorun.sg/repc.html