Date: 5-6 August 2017
Time: 11AM-6PM
Venue: Mercy Relief Office,Blk 160 Lorong 1 Toa Payoh #01-1568 S(310160)

All participants are required to collect their Race Entry Pack before the race.Participants will need to bring along a Photo ID and a printed copy of confirmation slip for the collection of Race Entry Pack. The Organiser reserves the right to refuse participants without the required documents from collecting their Race Entry Pack.


For Participants Who Are Unable To Collect In Person:

If you are unable to collect your Race Entry Pack in person during the assigned collection days, you may authorize someone to collect it for you. Your representative will need to produce the following documents in order to collect on your behalf:

• A copy of the runner’s identification card and confirmation slip for verification. No authorization form is required.

Your representative’s particulars will be noted down for record purposes.


For Foreign Participants:

If you are travelling from overseas for the race, we recommend that you authorize someone to collect it for you during the assigned collection days. Otherwise, you may collect it on Race Day.


We want the meaning of Ground Zero Run to resonate beyond race day, so we’ve worked with our partners to create a distinct and sustainable set of runner’s entitlements that reflect our humanitarian values.

Wrist Tag
Race Bib (10KM)
Running Jersey
Finisher Medal
Tote Bag

  • All measurements are in inches.
  • Actual size may have a +/- 0.5 inches variation from the size chart above.
  • No exchanges will be allowed during the Race Pack Collection.

To recognise your commitment to supporting humanitarian work, we want to commemorate your participation in the Ground Zero Run with a unique medal, made from volcanic ash. The material symbolises the work of Mercy Relief to provide timely and effective aid when natural disasters strike, be it an earthquake, volcanic eruption, or typhoon.

Our partner Sealed Air's initiative, Linens for Life™ empowers people displaced by disasters by providing livelihood opportunities and training. People in the community convert linens discarded by hotels into useful items, including this Mercy Relief tote bag.