More than 10,000 participants assembled in Cyberjaya for the fourth instalment of the Puma Night Run Malaysia 2017.
The event catered to both fun and competitive runners as for the first time there were two categories to choose from.
Over 6,000 runners participated in the 6km category and over 4,000 runners in the 12km competitive category.
Participants experienced a carnival-like atmosphere filled with activities such as the Puma Ninja Warrior Challenge and performances by local singer Black, cheerleading team Cheer Aces, percussionists No Noise Percussion and dance crew, EleColdXHot.
There was a carnival-like atmosphere at the venue with cheerleaders and drummers at the starting line.
The first wave of 12km runners was flagged off by Puma South-East Asia general manager Philippe Le-Bretton.
The second wave of 6km runners was flagged off by South Korean star Peter Lee Jae Yoon who also ran alongside the participants.
“We hope the participants had a memorable run and a great experience overall and we look forward to seeing more runners in 2018,” said Le-Bretton who is an avid runner himself.
Jae Yoon, who was on his first visit to Malaysia, also visited Puma’s pop-up store and tried out the Netfit lacing system before the event.
The top three finishers of the 12km Men and Women categories walked away with RM2,500, RM2,000 and RM1,500 worth of Puma vouchers, respectively.
Winners of the 6km Men and Women categories received RM1,000, RM750 and RM500 worth of Puma vouchers, respectively.