A marathon is one of the most challenging physical activities one can choose to participate in, providing extreme mental and physical challenges throughout the 42.195km. Overcoming these challenges and then completing the run makes it all worthwhile. Crossing the marathon finish line is undoubtedly one of the most rewarding personal experiences an athlete can enjoy.
3 December 4.30AM – Orchard Road
The marathon is a considerable distance and should only be taken up by runners who are committed to several months of dedicated training. Individuals who are new to the sport of running may wish to start with a shorter distance and then move up to a marathon once confident they can safely complete the 42.195km.
Total Ascent: 421 metres Total Descent: 441 metres
Maximum Altitude: 27 metres Minimum Altitude: 0 metres
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Check out the Marathon Route video to find out where all the aid stations are!
Pen Layout & Information
Please note that no runner will be allowed into the pen after 0520AM
In order to ensure the safety of our participants, and to adhere to traffic regulations, SCSM will be enforcing the cut-off timings. For more information about the cut-off timing, click here