SportSG looking at how run organisers can be better assessed

The 2017 Yolo Run Singapore drew a barrage of complaints from participants on social media. Runners voiced unhappiness over issues including delayed flag-off times, congested routes and logistical hiccups, prompting an apology from race organisers.
The 2017 Yolo Run Singapore drew a barrage of complaints from participants on social media. Runners voiced unhappiness over issues including delayed flag-off times, congested routes and logistical hiccups, prompting an apology from race organisers.PHOTO: FACEBOOK / YOLO RUN SINGAPORE

A series of poorly organised runs hogged the headlines last year, but it could be a thing of the past.

Sport Singapore is studying how it can improve how such runs are organised in the future.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on March 05, 2018, with the headline 'SportSG looking at how run organisers can be better assessed'. Print Edition | Subscribe