Twilight Ultra Challenge 2017


Fear No Twilight

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The Twilight Ultra Challenge

Embark on a magical twilight journey as you challenge your Mind, Body & Soul in the Twilight Ultra Challenge, granting you the freedom to run/walk for as long as you like up to a maximum of 16 hours. Conquer your innermost fears and the twilight by bringing out the best in you.
Fear No Twilight

Is this for me?

Most definitely as long as you are in good health.  It caters to all levels of fitness as it's up to you how long you wish to keep going, up to the maximum duration of 16 hours.  
The Twilight Ultra Challenge is a fantastic way to challenge your endurance, improve your self-esteem, train for an endurance event, test your nutrition/hydration strategy, or simply just to have fun with your friends and even make new ones too.


23 Sep 2017 Saturday 7pm 
up till 
24 Sep 2017 Sunday 11am
Punggol Waterway Park, situated adjacent to SAFRA Punggol.

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You may arrive anytime from 5.30pm on 23 September 2017 Saturday

We recommend coming early to collect your race bib as it may be crowded and it may result in delaying your start.

What time does it start and end?

Start - 7pm on 23 September 2017 Saturday

End - by 11am on 24 September 2017 Sunday

NOTE: You may start anytime after the official start time but you must finish by the cutoff time.

How is the Twilight Ultra Challenge being conducted?

It will be a 5km loop on a footpath, where you are free to do as many loops as you wish. There will be checkpoint officials at the U-Turn point located at the 2.5km mark.
Why do loops?

By creating the 5km loop on the same footpath, we endeavour to provide a memorable experience for all participants by maximising opportunities of being able to encourage & motivate your friends and fellow participants as you pass by each other. Seeing each other on the course will spur you on to bring out the best in you and brighten up the twilight.

At the 5km Main Aid Station, the following are available (subject to availability & changes):
  • Water
  • Sports Drink
  • Ice
  • Watermelon
  • Banana
  • Hot Water
  • Hot Coffee
  • Cup Noodles
  • Potato Chips
  • Bread
  • Nutella
  • Medical/First Aid
At the 2.5km Aid Station (U-Turn point), the following are provided:
  • Water
  • Isotonic drinks
  • Bananas
These support stations will remain open till 11am on 24 September 2017 Sunday.
Professional Ambulance service will provide safety/first aid/emergency coverage throughout the event.

What if I have Special Needs?

Your race-essential items, also known as Special-Needs items, can be placed at the Main aid station (5km mark).  These items must be packed into your self-provided Special-Needs Bag which will be identified by your bib number written on a piece of tape. 
As part of our effort to preserve the environment, we will not be providing such bags for you. 
Please limit to race-essential items only as limited space is available.  You may consider placing Energy Gels/Bars, Food, Drinks, Sunglasses, Cap, body lubricant, socks, etc..
You may retrieve/re-deposit your Special-Needs Bag anytime you pass by the Main aid station. 

All Special Needs Bags/items must be claimed by 12pm on 24 September 2017 Sunday.  Unclaimed bags/items will be disposed after 12pm.


As part of our efforts to preserve the environment through the reduction in usage of cups, we highly encourage participants to bring your own bottle(s) (BYOB) for hydration purpose.  These bottles will be placed at the Main aid station (5km mark).  You may deposit up to 2 water bottles (1 for isotonic, 1 for plain water).  Your bottle(s) will be marked with your name, bib number and type of drink so we know what type of liquid to fill your bottle with. 
There will be cups available at the other support station (2.5km mark).  You can also bring your own bottle/cup to refill at that support station.
All bottles must be claimed by 12pm on 24 September 2017 Sunday.  Unclaimed bottles will be disposed after 12pm.

Personal Bag Deposit Facility(For non-race items)
We will provide complimentary bag deposit facility for your self-provided personal bag.  A tape will be attached to your bag marked with your bib number.  You may retrieve your bag at any point during the event by simply showing your bib to the bag deposit volunteer. 

All bags must be claimed by 12pm on 24 September 2017 Sunday.  Unclaimed bags will be disposed after 12pm.  

Do refrain from placing valuables inside your bag as we will not be held responsible for any loss and/or damage to your items.
As the event will be conducted in low light condition, we highly recommend you wear bright coloured clothes with reflective material to enhance your visibility to others.
Professional Ambulance service with paramedic equipped with AED, CPR & First Aid certification will be on standby throughout the event.  They will be located at the Main Event Site.  If you encounter any participant who has need for medical attention along the route, please contact the Race Director immediately with details of the situation & location so we can respond quickly.
Please ensure you are in good health and have a reasonable amount of fitness/prepared sufficiently before taking part in this Challenge.  During registration and on event day, you will be required to declare any health condition(s) you have which might affect you during the event.  Please carry your medication (if any) with you during the event, e.g. Asthma Inhaler.
Please have sufficient sleep daily, starting 1 week prior to the event.  This will help reduce fatigue during the event.
If there is lightning/adverse weather before or during the event, the organiser will delay the start or halt the event temporarily until the bad weather has subsided.  In the unfortunate situation where there is bad weather throughout the event duration, the organiser will have to cancel the event without a refund of the event entry fee.
More safety information are provided at Event Day page.
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