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CSC Run by the Bay is a Trinty Run this yr due to the upgrade to 21K and the issue of finisher tee for 21K. :thumbsu:

Ya bro wolf, the eCert will be perfect if includes the date and signature !

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Mizuno MR25 Ultramarathon 2015 organized by MR25 is a Trinity Run. The eCertificate timing is based on gun time, it will be better if nett time is included as well !

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On 5/22/2016 at 11:05 PM, prisangel said:

I think ST Run 2016 is a trinity run.

Online Cert will be coming 1 month after the race.

Ms Pris, last year it was a Trinity Run but this year quite doubt since not mentioned in the Runners' Entitlement !

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On 5/22/2016 at 11:05 PM, prisangel said:

I think ST Run 2016 is a trinity run.

Online Cert will be coming 1 month after the race.

You're right, with the availability of Finisher's Certificate, ST Run 2016 is a Trinity Run for 18.45 and 10 km.

Edited by activerun

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Marina Run 2017 was the "Trinity Run" !

If 2XU Compression Run organized by Pink Apple issues eCerificate this year, it will be promoted to "Trinity Run"!

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On 5/24/2017 at 5:47 PM, tanghao said:

Marina Run 2016 is the trinity run !^_^

All finisher of Marina Run 2016 10km and 21km received a finisher medal, a Newton finisher T-shirt and a race eCertificate !

The inaugural Marina Run is called Marina 21 K in 2011 with event tee even though it was printed finisher tee, finisher medal and eCertificate followed with Marina 21K@Punggol in 2012 with finisher medal and race eCertificate.

No Marina 21K in 2013.

It was renamed as Marina Run in 2014 with event tee, ELM finisher medal and eCertificate (unable to confirm since I didn't take part, wasted... the only ELM finisher medal issued by Marina Run to date).

It became a "consistent" trinity run since Brooks Marina Run 2015.

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54 minutes ago, activerun said:

Marina Run is always the "Trinity Run" since day one ! :good:

Nope! Not True!! 

I'm pretty sure that in 2014, there was no finisher tee for the HM. So it was definitely not a Trinity Run in 2014.

I think it was from 2015 onwards that it started giving finisher tee for HM. 

So yeah. Unless you mean 'Day One' is 2015, then you are correct! :crazysmile:

 

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7 hours ago, lonewolf said:

Nope! Not True!! 

I'm pretty sure that in 2014, there was no finisher tee for the HM. So it was definitely not a Trinity Run in 2014.

I think it was from 2015 onwards that it started giving finisher tee for HM. 

So yeah. Unless you mean 'Day One' is 2015, then you are correct! :crazysmile:

 

Your memory is still good... Thanks for correction...

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