SportyTechie and crew just claimed our Race Packs for the Hyundai Run for a Cause and I’m a bit surprise at the quality of the running singlet included. Honestly, I were expecting more of a low-quality singlet made from cheap fabric (the one that may chaff your skin during long runs) since the event is free but I’m wrong, very wrong.
The singlet is well designed, comfortable to wear and fits nicely. Unlike other singlets that from previous runs I joined which are now just lying around in my closet, surely I’ll use this every now and then when I’m at home. More surprisingly, the pack includes a RFID Timing tag just like RunRio’s D-Tag that makes getting results a breeze and much much accurate, down to the second.
Now, who says there’s nothing good and free? Hyundai and its organizers surely give a big effort to make this running event successful. I do hope dividing the run in waves will make this event much much organized than last year’s Milo Marathon which flooded the same venue with more than 25,000 runners and made the run very chaotic with congestion at the first 5km of the route.