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2XU Compression Run Singapore 2020 - Postponed to 2nd Half

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Latest Update: 24 Mar 2020

I admire Pink Apple perseverance but maybe they should just take the financial hit and cancelled the race outright.

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no choice, they are stuck with this in their Rules and Regulations for years...


maintaining NO REFUND status is going to lose more Loyalty Runners....who says the 2xu compression race is over and out...perseverance...postpone...postpone....

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17 hours ago, AutumnRunner said:

As expected.... so we will see a packed b2b 2nd half of the year... which is better than no race... 

Bro, you repeat this again...so I will reply the same thing again also...


On 3/15/2020 at 10:55 PM, AutumnRunner said:

2md half will be cluttered....


On 3/17/2020 at 11:35 AM, beast said:

It has always been cluttered, even before any runs from 1st half postpone to 2nd half. 


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