GPS and heart rate company TomTom will help participants to achieve their running goals at the Standard Chartered Marathon Singapore (SCMS) this December.
TomTom is closely supporting the SCMS 2014 running community programme
As the Official GPS Training Device and Heart Rate Monitor Sponsor, they will be closely supporting the SCMS 2014 running community programme.
This initiative includes the weekly ‘Run in my Hub’ training runs on Wednesday nights and monthly training clinics – where runners can pick up tips for the big race day. It also comprises of a Pacers Programme, which will be introduced closer to the day of the race.
Said Lawrence Robertson, Commercial Director, Spectrum Worldwide, the SCMS event organisers, “TomTom is at the forefront of wearable training technology and we’re delighted to have the opportunity to work with them. Once again, a major brand has recognised the scale and significance of the SCMS in Singapore as a platform to achieve their business objectives.”
Joins other key sponsors of Singapore’s marquee running event
TomTom joins the event title sponsor, Standard Chartered Bank and other key partners and suppliers, including Adidas, SEIKO, 100PLUS, Prudential and Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) – which have all aligned themselves with Singapore’s marquee running event.
Said Simon Baker, Commercial Director of TomTom, South East Asia, “We are delighted to be a part of this great event, and excited to work on a partnership that empowers people to live a healthier lifestyle. The SCMS is a great platform for runners from all walks of life to come together, run their personal best on the day and achieve their goals.
Partnership with SCMS follows TomTom’s launch of the Cardio Runner GPS Sports Watch
Their partnership with SCMS follows TomTom’s recent launch of the Cardio Runner GPS Sports Watch, the ultimate training accessory for all participants preparing for the SCMS on 7th December.
With a built-in heart rate monitor, this watch allows runners to view their key running statistics at a glance on a high-resolution display.
Registrations for SCMS 2014 close on 30 September. So if you have not yet signed up for the SCMS, do so quickly.