The iconic Bloomberg Square Mile Relay returns to Singapore by popular demand after last year’s inaugural race sold out in a matter of weeks.

Register now to ensure your company gets a place in the ultimate corporate relay, and the chance to take on last year’s reigning champions, Macquarie Bank.

On Thursday 2nd October 2014, teams from Singapore’s toughest businesses will once again compete for glory, plus a winners’ cheque to donate to charity.

This is the ultimate corporate relay race. Each team has 10 runners all of whom will run the stunning one-mile course from The Promontory @ Marina Bay at sunset in a bid to clock the fastest time. All runners and spectator guests with hospitality packages can then enjoy dinner, drinks and a live DJ at the after-party. It is a night not to be missed. Team places are limited and sold out last year, so make sure to enter your team now to ensure your place in the race


The Bloomberg Square Mile Relay will return to Singapore on Thursday, 2nd October 2014. Set amidst the dramatic setting of The Promontory @ Marina Bay, runners will not only take on each-other, but also tackle the unique one-mile course that will takeparticipants up staircases, along overpasses, through buildings and alongside Marina Bay.

Further details and a confirmed 2014 route map will be available soon. In the meantime, check out 2013’s course to give you an idea of the challenge you’ll be facing! Follow them @SquareMileSG for all the latest news.


2 responses

  1. Beatrice

    Thanks for sharing! 🙂 Much appreciated.


    10/09/2014 at 11:35 am

    • No Worries, I wish I could be there


      10/09/2014 at 3:15 pm

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