Runninghour 2015 was Singapore’s first and only race where participants ran alongside over 200 visually, intellectually and physically challenged runners. Runninghouraims to use mainstream sports as a platform to promote the integration and nurture an inclusive Singapore.
Volunteer Hours Commited
Despite the haze that morning, Catalysts showed up in high spirits and ran the whole nine yards. A group of 27 took part in the 10km race and finished strong as the sun shone through the fog over Marina Bay showing their support to Singapore’s special needs community.
Kwang Yong Quek
Lai Choi Kuen
Alexandra Toh (Photography)
"Taking part in Runninghour’s inaugural Run So Others Can race has been an experience that I will never forget. I cannot say enough about the warmth and support the running guides provided to those they were running alongside.