Jen Macapagal moved to Singapore from her native Philippines in 2009, and by her own admission was not a pretty sight back then. She did no exercise, and in an effort to dispel work-related stress took to all kinds of unhealthy vices. By chance, she tried her hand at dragon boating as a way to build new connections and as a healthy hobby during her weekends, and before the end of her first year living in Singapore, she knew that she had found an activity that was worth doing.
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TIME TO FLY
Hoka One One may still be the new kid on the block, but the sports shoe brand is already showing the way with its innovative engineering.
THE VEGANS ARE COMING
What's fuelling the interest in plant-based eating?
THE HARDER THE STRUGGLE, THE GREATER THE REWARD
In 1981, Rob de Castella was the fastest marathoner in the world. He recounts his rise to the top and tells us about his current project.
BEATING THE HEAT ON YOUR RUNS
Find your PURPOSE this season.
The journey towards a fitter, stronger and better version of yourself through sport is not always an easy road. Marathoner Ashley Liew, triathlete Ahmad Arif Ibrahim, and trail runner Ong Kian Tiong share with us how their coaches and mentors helped to encourage and motivate them to bring out the best in their sporting abilities. They tell us of their doubts and struggles, and why the presence of an experienced mentor is vital in helping them achieve their best.
AT THE EDGE OF SOUTH AMERICA
Run wild, but safe, at the 2020 Patagonian International Marathon
Maximizing Potential For Tomorrow
Lim Yao Peng shares his sports and running passion with the next generation.
The Journey To Injury Free Running
How physiotherapists help you stay active, injury-free
Running Makes You Smarter -- Here's How
The science behind how your brain gains as you train.
The Key To Record Breaking Performances?
Running shoes: how science can help you to run faster and more efficiently
Keep Singapore's Books Clean
The city-state wants to prove it’s safe not just for wealthy tycoons but for investors, too
José Jeuland 2020 BIG SURPRISES
It was the end of 2019, welcoming the year 2020 when I told myself that it would be a great year
Keeping Up With the Lees
SINGAPORE IS NOT A MODEL FOR AMERICA.
On the Rise
Premium economy soars in popularity and profitability for airlines.
What You Don't Know About...Singapuras
Good Things Come In Small Packages
Pushing the BOUNDARIES of Creativity
The studio offers unlimited options and creativity.
Do You Really Want a Flying Car?
It's the year 2020. So where are all the flying cars? The vast majority of people still get to work and school in boring, ground-bound cars. Not to mention buses, trains, and bikes.
Leading the Way
Singapore balances priorities as it forges a sustainable future.
Felipe's Mexican Taqueria
Everyone has a handful of go-to restaurants they count on for consistently delicious dining experiences.
Photographer José Jeuland New Photography Project and Exclusive Interview
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