'Princesses' make a dash for it

Clad in tutu skirts, girls aged between seven and nine took part in the 100m Princess Dash, a new category at the Great Eastern Women's Run yesterday. They were flagged off by Dr Khoo Kah Siang, Great Eastern's chief executive officer for Singapore.
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Clad in tutu skirts, girls aged between seven and nine took part in the 100m Princess Dash, a new category at the Great Eastern Women's Run yesterday.

They were flagged off by Dr Khoo Kah Siang, Great Eastern's chief executive officer for Singapore. The event, now into its 10th edition, attracted 17,000 participants across three adult race categories - the 5km, 10km and 21.1km runs.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on November 02, 2015, with the headline ''Princesses' make a dash for it'. Print Edition | Subscribe