The Puma Night Run takes place this Saturday evening.
But with the current haze that is predicted to last till November, Puma will be taking measures, in case the PSI is at a high level. This will be based on the 5pm three-hour PSI reading from the National Environmental Agency’s (NEA) website this coming Saturday, 17 October.
If the PSI is under 100 at 5pm, then the run will proceed as per normal as long as it continues to remain under 100 throughout.
However do note that if the PSI exceeds 100 by the time 7pm rolls around, then the run will be cancelled (even though the PSI was under 100 at 5pm), but the post-race activities will still take place.
And if the PSI exceeds 100 at 5pm on Saturday, then the Puma Night Run will be cancelled regardless of the 7pm reading.
Participants can collect their finisher medals in the event of cancellation
If the run is cancelled, runners can collect their finisher medals either at the race village, or at an alternative time and location which Puma will announce at a later date.
Stay in touch with the latest haze updates for the Puma Night Run
Participants can stay in touch with the latest updates regarding the Puma Night Run on Puma’s website, Facebook page as well as via SMS messages.