Come Run With Durex 

As the first quarter of 2024 comes to an end, I’m sure many of us are already beginning to struggle with keeping fit and active. Simply wanting to get in shape may not be enough motivation for your weekly jogs or gym sessions. After all, as humans, rewards motivate us and we often require instant gratification. 

If you need something to motivate you to start exercising, check out Durex’s upcoming running event. According to the top-selling condom brand, this run will be the “most satisfying night run in 2024.”

The run


Durex’s Come Run will be held on 6 September, at 6:09pm — if you know the significance of the numbers, you know. If you’re worried about running too slowly, fret not as you can run any way you like in this event, be it fast or slow — just like how you might prefer it in the bedroom.

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Image courtesy of The Smart Local

There are two race categories to choose from — 6km or 9km. For those who have less stamina, feel free to choose the shorter race. After all, finishing together is what matters most in this event.

For now, the location of the race remains undisclosed. On their Instagram page, Durex has announced the location will only be revealed to qualified registrants closer to the event date.

Durex Race Pack


If the event interests you, sign up ASAP. Be the first 100 to register for the run and you’ll be able to snag a Durex Race Pack worth $100. 

Look forward to goodies like a race tee, glow sticks, a pack of Durex’s mutual climax condom and the Durex Play Classic Lube. 

#ComeTogether at Durex’s Night Run And Receive A Durex Goodie Bag Worth $100 

For a night to work up a sweat for a different reason, check out Durex’s night run. Limited slots are available so do sign up before it’s too late. You can register for the event here

To prepare for the run, check out this article on 7 tips to train for your first long-distance run, as shared by a professional female runner.

Come Run With Durex
Date: 6 September 2024
Price: Free
Address: TBC
Time: 6:09pm

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Also read: 

7 Tips To Train For Your First Long-Distance Run, As Shared By A Professional Female Runner