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Steven Cheng

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  1. On the Hills 2018

    I went down to Running Lab at Marina Square today hoping to enjoy the 20% off the registration fee but the staff is not aware of this promotion but instead said it is 20% off the On products if you sign up the race. There's a counter outside the shop that accepts registration but price is $45.
  2. On the Hills 2018

    If 20% is off the regular price, then it is still cheaper to sign up during early bird using the promo code.
  3. Standard Chartered Singapore Marathon - 2-3 Dec 2017

    I only started running at 41 and I feel there is still so much more to achieve. For you young chaps, enjoy the journey. It's a long one and you'd want to make the best out of it.
  4. Green Race Forest 60 2017 - 26 Aug 2017

    Does anyone has link to the race photos? Thanks in advance.
  5. CompressSport Run 2017 [POSTPONED]

    I'm using 2XU calf guard plus knee strap. Thinking of getting the R2V2 to replace the need of an additional knee strap.
  6. 20 Aug 17- Safra Singapore Bay Run And Army Half Marathon 2017

    It seems the registration issue has been resolved. I'm able to sign up at NSmen rate now.
  7. Standard Chartered Singapore Marathon - 2-3 Dec 2017

    I registered through U Run All Access during Super Early Bird but haven't get confirmation yet.
  8. Income Eco Run (fka Run350) - 30 April 2017

    Those that signed up at the normal rate might felt short-changed and those who signed up early won't feel privileged.
  9. Income Eco Run (fka Run350) - 30 April 2017

    Those looking for discount code can get from JustRunlah! http://www.justrunlah.com/discount-code/income-eco-run-2017-promo-code/ Same as early bird price.
  10. Income Eco Run (fka Run350) - 30 April 2017

    I assume it's not ELM medal, but still a nice design for collection.
  11. As a runner who run both event and virtual races. I can understand why people think of virtual race the way they think. Most points have already been covered by AdiZero. Come to think of it. What makes people willing to fork out $50 to over $100 to run an event rather then less than $10 for a virtual one? To quote jerrylam, To each, his own. We can make a whole list of the pros and cons for both race but at the end of the day, it's what people are looking for in each race, that motivates and entices them. It's the same as why you would run one event but not the other. Promoting the sport is one thing but rather than convincing the mass to convert to virtual running, I'd suggest tapping into a different segment of the market. What motivates a person? The fear of pain and the promise of pleasure. Understanding where these two factors lie are the key to get people to sign up. There is no hard and fast rule that virtual run must be cheap. It all comes down to the reward, whether physiological or psychological. I wish you success and hope the virtual run community here will grow with you now on-board.
  12. Star Wars Run - 6 May 2017

    Why TIE fighter medal? Should have make it a death star medal.