Green Corridor Run presented by BlackBerry

6,000 people from 71 different countries gathered at Tanjong Pagar Rail Station last Sunday to participate in the inaugural “Green Corridor Run” presented by BlackBerry.
Starting Line
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The ‘Green Corridor Run’ presented by BlackBerry is the first race to be held entirely on the ‘Rail Corridor’, with the course spanning the section from the Tanjong Pagar Rail Station to the old Bukit Timah Rail Station. The event aims to raise public awareness of this green pathway officially known as the ‘Rail Corridor’. The route allowed runners to experience one of Singapore’s least known natural wonders and show their support for keeping the area as natural as possible, benefiting generations to come.
Couple running
The Green Corridor Run follows the course of the old rail line, starting at the historic Tanjong Pagar Rail Station. It runs parallel to the AYE before heading North via Buona Vista, passing near Holland Village and through the lush Clementi Woodlands, before finishing at the old Bukit Timah Rail Station.
Guest of honor Acting Minister for Manpower and Senior Minister of State for National Development, Mr Tan Chuan-Jin, joined runners at the starting line to flag off the race. Amongst the runners was Class 95FM Cartunes DJ Mike Kasem. Co-host Jean Danker supported her colleague from the side lines, and was joined by a cheerleading squad of loyal listeners to provide encouragement to the radio personality and the other runners.
Guest of Honour
Samson Tenai, 32, from Kenya and Rosie Clarke, 26, from the UK, were the overall winners for the male and female category, completing the race in 34 minutes 11 seconds and 41 minutes 42 seconds, respectively.
Overall winners Rosie Clarke and Samson Tenai

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