Singapore Challenge 2013

The annual Singapore Challenge brings local and international youths together for an exhilarating race around the island that promises fun, friends and fascinating insights into the country.

Singapore Challenge 2013 engaged close to 1,000 international and Singapore youth on a ‘race for good’ to learn about the head, heart and soul of Singapore. On top of the race winners, multinational and multi-poly teams were also awarded prizes.
Singapore Challenge 2013 polytechnic student participants packed food hampers of donated items for needy families in Singapore International Foundation’s ‘race for good’.
The almost 1,000 student participants painted a mural displaying Singapore’s history and heritage on the Coleman Bridge underpass as part of Singapore International Foundation’s Singapore Challenge 2013.
Close to 1,000 polytechnic students representing 17 nationalities raced across the island to learn about themes close to Singapore’s heart, which included themes like ‘A Liveable City’ and ‘City in a Garden’.
Singapore Challenge 2013 student participants performed tasks and solved puzzles at activity stations scattered throughout the island for a meaningful cause.
Singapore International Foundation Executive Director, Ms Jean Tan, and VIPs flagging the students off on their ‘race for good’!
Bright and early on a Saturday morning, close to 1,000 polytechnic students toss their caps in the air, as they geared up for the Singapore International Foundation’s Singapore Challenge 2013 race flag-off.
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