Standard Chartered Marathon Singapore 2012 event handbook

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Event Handbook for Standard Chartered Marathon Singapore 2012 (updated 22 Nov, 2012)

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  • RUN FOR A REASON Race Day Tips Important reminders for all runners pg. 35 Race Day Programme pg. 4142.195km is crazy. Cheer YourIm full of crazy. Runners pg. 55 RUN FOR A REASON
  • Pg 01YOURGUIDETO RACEDAYPg 03 Content Words Before the Race 09 About Standard Chartered Marathon Singapore 2012 10 Event Information 11 Standard Chartered Marathon Singapore 2011 Winners 12 Prize Money 15 Run For Good 17 Fact Sheet 19 Runner Statistics 20 Pacers - Your Inspiration 24 Race Entry Pack Collection (REPC) 25 Bib Colour: Race Category 26 Getting to the Race 28 Road Closure 34 Race Day Essentials 35 Race Day Tips 37 Runners Check List 39 Ekiden Race 41 Race Day Programme 42 Baggage Handling Service 45 Baggage Collection 47 Course Maps 50 Kids Dash 51 Runners Estimated Timeline 52 Map of the Start Line 53 Map of the Padang 54 Race Day Entertainment 55 Cheer Your Runners 63 Post-Race Reminders
  • Pg 03Lawrence Wong Foreword Dear runnersActing Minister, Ministry of Culture,Community and Youth On 2 December, you will be running the Standard Chartered Marathon Singapore, one of the top road races in Asia. It is a run that will test your endurance and grit. To family and friends, you will no doubt be an inspiration. Over the years, this marathon has captured the hearts of runners across Singapore. We call it the Peoples Race, because it continues to attract scores of people and brings the community together. It started with just about 6,000 participants back in 2002. This year, more than 50,000 will be taking part in the run. It is heartening to see this healthy sporting culture growing among us. The International Association of Athletics Federations has accorded the Standard Chartered Marathon Singapore a Gold Label certification in 2011. This puts Singapore in the ranks of cities such as Beijing, Berlin, Boston, Tokyo and London. It is a reflection of the quality of the race, both in terms of its organisation and participation. The event attracts runners from around the world. You can look forward to running alongside some of the best. The race could not happen without the involvement of the many volunteers, who have been working hard to ensure that you will have an optimal running experience. I would like to offer my heartfelt gratitude to all the volunteers for your commitment and contributions. I would also like to thank our sponsors and partners who have contributed to the success of this event. Sports play an important role in our society, whether you are a runner, a spectator cheering your favourite athlete or team, or a volunteer. It has the ability to inspire the human spirit and to bring people closer together. The Standard Chartered Marathon Singapore is an event that exemplifies this special quality of sports. Have a great run!
  • Pg 05Ray Ferguson Foreword Welcome to the Standard Chartered Marathon Singapore 2012.Chief Executive Officer, SingaporeStandard Chartered Bank Since 2002, Standard Chartered Bank is proud to have played a part in nurturing Singapores passion for running. Whether you are an experienced marathoner aiming for your personal best, or running with family and friends for fun and to stay fit, there is every reason to run in the Standard Chartered Marathon Singapore. The courage, determination and passion of the runners resonate strongly with what we stand for as an organisation. It is very much part of our brand promise to be Here for good in the communities where we operate. Just as the runners are determined to finish the race well, we are committed in our partnership with the Singapore Sports Council to deliver a quality race and to bring together runners, supporters, volunteers, corporates and the community. Each year, we are encouraged by runners who leverage on the marathon to raise awareness and funds for various charities. This year, I am extremely pleased that a group of Standard Chartered Bank staff have come together, not only to raise funds to develop a sports club for the visually impaired, but to also run as sighted guides to several visually impaired runners at the marathon. They have been training together and getting to know each other better for the past three months, and I am proud of their commitment and achievements. Event day marks the culmination of months of training for many, and a full year of preparation by the organisers, volunteers and many others who have contributed to ensure a safe and enjoyable running experience. I would like to thank everyone who has worked tirelessly to make the Standard Chartered Marathon Singapore a great success. See you at the start line on 2 December.
  • Pg 07Lim Teck Yin Foreword The Singapore Sports Council (SSC) is delighted to welcome you to theChief Executive Officer Standard Chartered Marathon Singapore (SCMS) 2012.Singapore Sports Council We are proud that our marathon was awarded the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) Gold Label status following the 2011 race. It is a fitting accolade for a race that has grown to become Singapores annual marquee running event. At SSC, we know that marathon running is no easy feat. It requires tenacity, resilience, commitment and enduring preparation. Similarly, the work on the 2012 SCMS began from the day after the last one in 2011. As we made our plans, we took on board your feedback to ensure a more enjoyable race experience. As the largest running event during the festive season in Singapore, we will build on the spirit of the season to add to your cheer. In addition to adopting a festive theme, we will also be introducing some new enhancements: Cheer Mobiles to ferry your friends and family to different spots on the route to cheer you on; the BMW Cheer Video screens programmed to broadcast personal video clips from your supporters urging you to stay the course as you approach the waypoint; and finally encouragement messages on the distance markers from fellow participants. On the full marathon route, look for this message at the 21km-mark from Joel Ee, I didnt do this to quit halfway. Lets do this! Thank you Joel! With more than 4,500 volunteers as well as 22 sponsors and partners, the SCMS exemplifies how our partnerships in sport can create more opportunities for people to live better. A special mention must go to our long-standing title sponsor, Standard Chartered Bank. With your support, the SCMS has grown into a Sporting Singapore icon and one of the top marathons in Asia. I would also like to express my gratitude to my organising committee, our fellow government agencies and the thousands of volunteers for their hard work and dedication. Your commitment to community service enables us to scale new heights at SCMS each year. To all our runners, I applaud your determination and competitive spirit. See you at the start on 2 December. As Vision 2030 encourages us: Live Better Through Sports!
  • Pg 09StandardCharteredMarathonSingapore 2012The Standard Chartered Marathon Singapore (SCMS)is Singapores marquee running event and one of thehighlights of the local sporting calendar every year. It isorganised by the Singapore Sports Council (SSC).The SCMS was awarded the Gold Label certification bythe International Association of Athletic Federations (IAAF)after last years edition, raising it to be among the levels ofthe Berlin, London and New York City marathons.Orchard Road, Sentosa and Esplanade Drive will see theflag offs for the Full Marathon, Half Marathon and 10kmraces respectively.Featuring different routes across the various categories,runners will pass by some of Singapores most iconiclandmarks such as Gardens by the Bay, East Coast Park,the Singapore Flyer, Marina Bay Sands and the Padang.The popular Kids Dash will offer our younger runners ataste of the Marathon while the Ekiden fosters teamworkamong teams of six runners completing the Full Marathonin a relay format.For the second year running, the SCMS offers runners theopportunity to raise funds for their chosen local charitiesthrough the SCMS 2012 Official Charity FundraisingPlatform, GIVEASIA.org.Every runner has a reason to be at the start line on Sunday2 December. Whats yours?RUN FOR A REASON Running is the one thing that can let the whole family come together. Tan Pheng Soon
  • Pg 10 Event Information Date : Sunday, 2 December 2012 Start Points : Orchard Road (Full Marathon & Ekiden) Sentosa Gateway (Half Marathon) Esplanade Drive (10km Race & Kids Dash) End Point : St Andrews Road, The Padang Website :www.marathonsingapore.com Enquiries : +65 6643 9191 (Operating Hours: 09:00 am 06:00 pm, Monday to Friday) Individual Categories Flag-off Time Individual Categories Flag-off Time Full Marathon 42.195km 05:00am Kids Dash* 750m Half Marathon 21.1km 06:30am Between 10 13 years 09:15am 10km Wheelchair Race 07:10am Between 7 9 years 09:30am 10km 07:15am Between 4 6 years** 09:45am 3 years and below** 10:00am *The Kids Dash is non-competitive, therefore, no timing device will be issued and no official timing will be recorded or provided. ** It is compulsory for a parent/guardian to accompany any child six years and below during the Kids Dash for safety purposes, failing which, the Organiser reserves the right to refuse entry to the participant. Team Category Flag-off Time Ekiden 05:00am Note: The first participant of the team will begin the relay at the same start point and time as full marathon participants. Each team must consist of six participants. Corporate Categories Team Composition Corporate Distance Challenge Any number of runners from any race category (Team members must be from the same private corporation or company, regardless of gender) Non-Profit Organisation Distance Any number of runners from any race category Challenge (Team members must be from the same educational institution/embassy /Singapore statutory board/ministry, regardless of gender) Note: For Distance Challenges - Companies/Organisations will compete based on the total distance completed by their staff/ members regardless of their race category or finishing time. The Organiser reserves the right to cancel the SCMS 2012 at any time without prior notice to the Participant, in which case they will make reasonable effort to inform the Participant prior to the day/date of the event. If the SCMS 2012 has to be cancelled, there shall be no refund of fees paid and the Organiser shall not be liable for any other loss or inconvenience caused.
  • Pg 11Standard CharteredMarathon Singapore2011 WinnersFull Marathon (42.195km)Top 3 Winners No. Mens Open Time 1. Charles Mwai Kanyao 2:14:33:75 2. Luka Kipkemoi Chelimo 2:14:38:75 3. John Kelai 2:15:45:65 No. Womens Open Time 1. Irene Jerotich Kosgei 2:36:42:39 2. Roman Gebregessesse 2:37:30:74 3. Magdalene Mukunzi 2:38:06:50 No. Men Singapore Time 1. Mok Ying Ren 2:46:01:24 2. Ang Chee Yong 2:49:06:24 3. Soon Suan Boon Paul 2:49:37:32 No. Women Singapore Time 1. Qi Hui 3:06:20:89 Clockwise from top: Charles Mwai Kanyao, Irene Jerotich Kosgei, Qi Hui, 2. Elaine Lim Su Lin 3:20:14:41 Mok Ying Ren 3. Angie Tan 3:24:44:15*The winners finishing time is based on Gun-Time.
  • Pg 12 Prize Money Full Marathon - 42.195km (Open Category) Positions 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th Men (US$) 50,000 20,000 10,000 7,500 6,500 5,000 4,000 3,000 2,000 1,250 Women 50,000 20,000 10,000 7,500 6,500 5,000 4,000 3,000 2,000 1,250 (US$) Time Bonus for Full Marathon - 42.195km (Open Category) Timing (HRS) Men (US$) Women (US$)