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    • Nah 27km or 45km is too easy for him. Will still consider him making good of his words if he sign up 55km or 72km. 
    • AutumnRunner must have just come out of deep hiatus as can see his post is now everywhere. This year's Craze Ultra, no more 100 miles! Also, Simonleng is the first one to register and has gotten the BIB #1. So surely you can expect to see him there.  May be to satisfy everyone once and for all, who's eager to see you take part in Craze Ultra, you can consider joining the new 27km category. 😂
    • Looks like they can't decide which is which. https://s.tgr.run/overview/ - It says ROAD here.
    • Lol. You looked too fast.  It's TGR brings to Singapore a hybrid trail/road marathon, half marathon and 10km!
    • This must be a record breaking feat as we already can register for a run that is more than 1 year from now.   YES 1 YEAR AHEAD. And the best part is? You can pull out your registration ANYTIME and they will refund you 100% of what you paid!  The only catch, besides the deadline of 31 July for registering this to enjoy this offer, is the ridiculous prices. It is probably the highest fees I have seen so far for a competitive run, and I already think that despite the good reviews for this year's run that happened just last Sunday, the high costs really do not justify what you will get for the race and entitlements, no matter how good it is. Yes the fees also cover a HK TGR run, but how many of us really do fly out to HK and enjoy the race slot that is included in the race fees? That said, this is actually a good marketing ploy to get more registration fees. I am guessing the average actual cost incurred per runner is likely to be less than half of the fees (Meaning they don't incur more than $30 cost for a 10km run, $40 for a 21km run and $50 for a 42km run. The resources are shared anyway.), so even if you turn up for both the runs, which is not very likely, they will earn profits anyway. Limited S.TGR Marathon RSVP Registration - 20 Jun 2020 RSVP register for S.TGR 2020 now to receive full entitlements and one free entry to any similar distance GreenRace in Hong Kong. This limited offer will expire on 31 July. 

      Reserve your bib now for S.TGR 2020 and receive these benefits: 
      - One Free Entry to any to any similar distance GreenRace in Hong Kong
      - 100% ‘refundable anytime’ race entry if your SG+HK TGR entries remain unused
      - Special Edition Sustainably Sourced Finisher Award
      - Special Edition S.TGR Singlet by Uglow(TM)
      - GreenRace Speed Cup by Hydrapak(TM)
      - GreenRace Running Bib/Belt
      - Free bib transfer/upgrade/downgrades 

      Fine Print
      - Final S.TGR event date may change and is subject to government and local permit approvals. 
      - 100% refund is available for RSVP Registration only (all other TGR registrations are non-refundable). 
      - Both SG and HK TGR events must remain unused in order to receive any refund. 
      - This limited offer will expire on 31 July. 

      Registration Fees
      - 10K SG$60
      - 21K SG$80
      - 42K SG$100