Run with Mok at final clinic

National marathoner Mok Ying Ren will be conducting the third and final running clinic for Straits Times Run participants on Sunday at Suntec City from 3.30pm.

The two-time SEA Games gold medallist will be sharing his experience clinching Singapore's first marathon gold at the 2013 Games as well as tips for race day.

Participants will also get the rare opportunity to train alongside Mok, who will wrap up the session with a 20-minute run.

Dr Dinesh Nair from the Mount Elizabeth Hospital group will kick off the clinic by giving a talk entitled A Runner's Life: How to Catch a Heart Attack Before It Catches You.

Participants can also collect their race entry packs on the same day at the Suntec City North Atrium. Collection of race entry packs is available from 11am to 8pm between Thursday and Sunday.

Sunday's running clinic wraps up a host of fringe activities to help participants gear up for race day, ranging from training runs to a body combat workout. ST Run participants interested in Sunday's clinic can register for free through their participant accounts. Successful applicants will be notified via e-mail.

The ST Run is into its fifth edition and will take place on July 16.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on July 02, 2017, with the headline 'Run with Mok at final clinic'. Print Edition | Subscribe