Sun Life Resolution Run is an annual running event title sponsored by Sun Life Hong Kong Limited for people of all ages in Hong Kong to run with the resolution to live healthier lives.

The Sun Life Resolution Run 2020 will be held at the Hong Kong Science Park on February 26, 2020. To help raise awareness about diabetes prevention and support those affected by diabetes, Diabetes Hongkong has been named as the beneficiary of the Run. HKD20 from registration of every race participant goes towards donation to Diabetes Hongkong. In 2019, the Run raised HKD150,000 for Diabetes Hongkong.

The Sun Life Resolution Run 2020 will feature four events: a 10km, a 5km, and a 1km Family run, plus a new half-marathon run for experienced runners to challenge their limits. The 10km race will follow a different route this year crossing the Shing Mun River and going down the Ma On Shan Promenade.

The Run will also have a carnival featuring fun game booths for the whole family to enjoy a fun day out together under the sun. This year at the carnival, a #BeFit Obstacle Challenge will be held in collaboration with The Fred Hollows Foundation. Through finding the path to #BeFit, participants would learn about ways to keep their eyes healthy.

Join the Sun Life Resolution Run 2020 now and help run down diabetes. Visit sunrun.sunlife.com.hk for details and registration.

Asia Sport Connection Limited is the organizer of the Sun Life Resolution Run 2020. Sun Life Hong Kong Limited (Incorporated in Bermuda with limited liability) is the title sponsor of the Sun Life Resolution Run 2020.

Sun Life is committed to the promotion of health and well-being in every community the company serves. To this end, in addition to Hong Kong, the event will also be held in the Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia and Vietnam. Sun Life wants to encourage everybody to get active and adopt a healthier lifestyle. In 2019, around 16,000 participants all over Asia joined Sun Life Resolution Runs and raised over CAD250,000 for six non-profit organizations dedicated to the research and prevention of diabetes.