IMPOSSIBLE is just the first step to a future of exciting new possibilities. This Standard Chartered Singapore Marathon, Toyota pushes forward with everyday SCSM athletes and wheelchair elites as they work to cross the Finish Line, proving that – when it comes to your impossible, all you have to do is start.


Jen Macapagal

This year, Jen Macapagal will be running SCSM together with Race2Share, an organisation she founded in 2015. With a goal of empowering foreign domestic workers through sports, Jen will be helping these ladies achieve their impossible by crossing the #SGMarathon finish line.

#StartYourImpossible today at #SCSM2019:

Wali Khan

After his near-fatal road accident, Wali Khan has had to undergo lifestyle changes and hours of physical therapy to learn how to walk again – but that’s not stopping him. This year, Wali will be commemorating 1 year since his accident by taking on his “impossible” and running Toyota Ekiden at #SCSM2019, together with his loved ones.

#StartYourImpossible today at #SCSM2019:

Sally Teo

Sally’s life turned upside down when she was diagnosed with cancer for the first time in 2008. Having relapsed two times since then, it’s her family that helps her stay strong. Sally is unstoppable, and she is determined to reach her goals and live a happy life with her loved ones. This #SCSM2019, she will conquer her impossible by completing the 10KM.

#StartYourImpossible today at #SCSM2019:


Made up of a group of clinical psychcologists, this Toyota Ekiden team is running to break the stigma of mental illness and raise awareness for those suffering in silence.

Learn more about them and contribute to their cause here:

#StartYourImpossible today at #SCSM2019: