F&N’s very own 100PLUS Promenade at the Singapore Sports Hub

What better way is there for 100PLUS to pledge its support to Singapore's sporting scene and promote a healthy and active lifestyle to all Singaporeans, than to make the 100PLUS Promenade a reality at the Singapore Sports Hub?

On 25th June 2014, Dato' Ng Jui Sia, Chief Executive Officer, Non-Alcoholic Beverages, Fraser and Neave, Limited and Mr Oon Jin Teik, Chief Operating Officer, SportsHub Pte Ltd, unveiled the 100PLUS Promenade at the Singapore Sports Hub, the latest sports, entertainment and lifestyle venue to open in Singapore.

The 100PLUS Promenade is Singapore's largest fully-sheltered, free-to-use civic space. The 888-metre promenade encircling the National Stadium is the main walkway for the public to access all the major facilities within the Singapore Sports Hub, and doubles up as a running track.

As the Official Isotonic Drink of the Singapore Sports Hub, as well as its Experience Sports programme, visitors will find 100PLUS at various convenient locations around the venue.

The Singapore Sports Hub has made a variety of sports facilities and community programmes free so that all demographics can participate and experience sports.

100PLUS' partnership with the Singapore Sports Hub befits its commitment to not only support Singapore’s athletes, but to encourage everyone to lead healthier and more active lifestyles.

100PLUS Promenade at Singapore Sports Hub
The Singapore Sports Hub is a dedicated venue for all Singaporeans to experience sports and entertainment.
The 100PLUS Promenade is Singapore’s largest fully-sheltered, free-to-use 888-metre running track.
Dato Ng Jui Sia and Mr Oon JinTeik
Dato' Ng (left) and Mr Oon (right) addressed the media at the unveiling ceremony of the 100PLUS Promenade.
100PLUS Promenade at Singapore-Sports Hub
Dato' Ng and Mr Oon signed the agreement symbolising the two organisations' partnership.
The inaugural lap of the 888-metre track around the 100PLUS Promenade was ran by two talented sportsmen from the Singapore Sports School, Bryce Chong Sheng Cher (extreme left) and Lerhan Muhammad Raushan (extreme right)