GREAT EASTERN'S 'LIVE GREAT RUN' RETURNS THIS AUGUST
JULY 18, 2019 @9.19 AM
The Great Eastern 'Live Great Run' will return this year on August 17 at the Bukit Jalil National Stadium.
Held annually to popular acclaim, the 12 kilometre run is a fan favourite among passionate runners who are eager to challenge themselves and beat their best personal times. Whereas the five kilometre 'Triple Fun Run' will bring runners through three unique zones – the Bubble Zone; where foam is non-toxic, gentle on the eyes and safe for all ages; the Colour Zone - where a brand-new slime element made from corn starch and natural food dyes will be introduced in replacement of the coloured powder from previous years; and the Water Zone where participants can water down in.
Participants can also look forward to a food festival, carnival games and many other attractions like a giant snow globe and airbrush tattoos for both children and adults.
The Great Eastern 'Live Great Run' is the first integrated health and wellness initiative by an insurance company in the region. The run was designed not only to encourage people to achieve their fitness goals, but also to demonstrate that leading an active lifestyle can be a fun and meaningful way to spend quality time with their loved ones.
Registration for the run closes on July 28. Registration fee is RM79 for the 12 kilometre run and RM69 for the five kilometre 'Triple Fun Run'. Find out more and sign up now at https://www.livegreatrun.com.
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