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One team. Ten runners. One mile each.
Team entries are now open for the 2019 Bloomberg Square Mile Relay in Singapore! The race returns on Thursday, 17 October for the seventh time as part of the 2019 Global Series which has expanded to 12 cities worldwide, and this year 25% of race entry fees will go towards The Extra Mile charity programme!
This is not your ordinary running race – every participating company will need 10 employees to complete each team, all of whom will run the stunning one-mile (1.6km) course in relay style, starting and finishing from The Promontory @ Marina Bay.
For 2019 we are excited to add a new award for the Fastest Female Team, so make sure you are in with a chance of winning our brand new award by entering an all-female team.
With record numbers competing in our relays across the globe already in 2019, we are anticipating this year’s Singapore leg of the Global Series to be even bigger than last year’s, with space on the starting line likely to be tight. Early Bird team places are limited, so book early to avoid disappointment!
The After Party
Our famous race after party will have live music from a top DJ and first-class hospitality for all runners including complimentary food and drinks - spectators are also encouraged to join the fun and can buy additional hospitality packages on this page - just select the package you would like to purchase. This is an evening not to be missed!
Your lap. Your cause. Your impact.
We are committed to making a difference beyond the finish line by contributing to a cause that’s important in your city. Through The Extra Mile you can choose which cause our partner charity will support, using the power of sport to address social challenges in your city. The faster you run, the better the chance your cause has of receiving the donation. The Extra Mile charity partner and causes will be revealed shortly.
The above map is the 2018 course, please check back closer to the event when the 2019 course will be revealed.
The unique one-mile (1.6km) route for the race in Singapore is synonymous with the Bloomberg Square Mile Relay – starting from the Promontory @ Marina Bay, runners will have to navigate twists and turns on a challenging course that takes full advantage of Singapore’s stunning skyline, right in the heart of the Lion City’s financial district.
The Promontory @ Marina Bay
11 Marina Blvd
The Extra Mile helps participants of the Bloomberg Square Mile Relay contribute to their city in a bigger, better way. This year, we are delighted to be working with Sport Cares once again as The Extra Mile Partner for 2019.
The philanthropic arm of Sport Singapore, SportCares leverages on sport experiences to bring about long-term change to the lives of the vulnerable and underserved in Singapore. As a force for social good, SportCares designs and delivers sport-based development programmes to engage the community. Programmes for children & youth at-risk include football, rugby, swimming, athletics and floorball while programmes for persons with disabilities & special needs include Play-Ability and YES! I Can. Working alongside like-minded partners from the government, corporates and social service sectors, SportCares brings individuals together in a spirit of empathy and empowers people for a more inclusive community.
Simply by participating in the race, 25% of your team’s race fee will be donated to invest in projects delivered by our Extra Mile partner in Singapore. The best part is, you get to help choose where those funds go by choosing a cause you care about, and running for it. When you complete your personal profile on our website you will choose a cause to run for. Then, on race night, your lap in the Bloomberg Square Mile Relay won't just be for your team, but for your Extra Mile cause too.
The cause with the quickest average time will win a minimum donation of US$20,000. Funds will be used to address the winning cause.