| James Kon |
RUNNING enthusiasts can participate in the Re-Integration Run 2019 on April 14 at Taman Haji Sir Muda Omar ‘Ali Saifuddien in the capital.
The launching ceremony of the run was officiated by Acting Director of the Prisons Department Haji Muhammad ‘Ishamuddin bin Abdullah Juna recently.
The ceremony also witnessed the handing over of sponsorship of shirts for volunteers and organising committee from GHK Motors which was presented by Director of GHK Motors Jake Goh Kiat Hing.
The Re-Integration Run 2019 posters were also distributed to various representatives of government agencies.
The run, organised jointly by Youth and Sports Department, the After Care committee, Brunei Darussalam Athletics Federation as well as Royal Brunei Police Force, carries the theme Ke Arah Perubahan Yang Lebih Baik or ‘Change For The Better’. It is hoped that former inmates will become useful persons in the community and be responsible to their family, religion, nation and country through the support of all parties. The run also aims to raise funds for former inmates programme.
Categories include 11km Open Run (Male and Female); 11km Veteran Run (Male and Female) and a 6km Fun Run.
The registration fee for for the 11km Open Run is BND30, and BND28 for the 11km Veteran Run. These competitive categories are open to all Brunei citizen and permanent residents as well as people who are working and studying in the country.
The registration fee for the 5km Fun Run is BND24. Students will be given a BND5 discount as part of the student package. Participants also can opt for the family package, which requires a minimum of three persons, and will be given a BND4 discount.
All runners will receive limited edition runner’s shirt, finisher’s medal and bib.
For the competitive categories, prizes will be awarded to the top 10 winners. All participants are entitled to win prizes in the lucky draw.
Participants must complete the registration form which can be acquired at the Secretariat of Re-Integration Run 2019 at the 1st floor of Sumbangsih Mulia, from 8am-6pm. Registration closes on March 31.