• The run organised by S P Setia, which will be held on Sept 18, 2022 in Setia Bayuemas, Klang, is supported by the Ministry of Youth and Sports.

PETALING JAYA (Aug 10): S P Setia will be organising ‘#Setia4Malaysia Unity Run 2022’ in an effort to celebrate the spirit of togetherness this Merdeka and Malaysia Day.

The run, which will be held on Sept 18, 2022 in Setia Bayuemas, Klang, is supported by the Ministry of Youth and Sports.

‘#Setia4Malaysia Unity Run 2022’, which is expected to attract more than 2,000 runners, aims to promote healthier living and balanced lifestyles among the communities, while creating the opportunity to experience S P Setia’s township developments that are anchored on its ‘LiveLearnWorkPlay’ development philosophy.

S P Setia said the runners of ‘#Setia4Malaysia Unity Run 2022’ can choose to participate in a 5km fun run or the 21.1km half marathon. Families with young ones can also take part in this family-friendly weekend event and spend quality bonding time together outdoors.

The first 200 registrants will enjoy an early bird price of RM35 for the fun run and RM55 per ticket for the half marathon, while the next 500 registrants can purchase tickets at RM50 and RM80, respectively while normal tickets are priced at RM70 and RM110, respectively.

Half marathon runners who complete the 21.1km run will also receive a limited-edition finisher’s jersey.

‘#Setia4Malaysia Unity Run 2022’ will also see the participation of 30 local running and fitness influencers at the event, which include Malaysian athletes and medallists Penny Loh Chooi Fern (@chooifernpenny), Muhaizar Mohamad (@muhaizarmohamad) and Saddam Pittli (@saddampittli).

Tickets for ‘#Setia4Malaysia Unity Run 2022’ can now be purchased online or via the JomRun app downloadable on Apple App Store and Google Play Store until Sept 16, 2022.

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