Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Win A QCIM 2011 Race Kit


Check your race result here
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Due to the overwhelming response, I have to put the promo on halt. I have sent your names to the organizers. I have prioritized those who submitted their entries thru email

Please wait for a confirmation if you are entitled for a race kit. Thanks to those who joined!

RUNNEX is giving away FREE Race Kits for the 3rd Quezon City International Marathon

How to get one?  Very simple!  Just answer the question below together with your information and sent it to barefootdaves@yahoo.com

Question
What is your fave running event?

Follow the submission template
Answer:
Name:
Date of Birth:
Address:
Email Address:
Contact #:
Category (5km/10km/21km/42km):
Shirt Size (S/M/L):

Submission Deadline
Please send out your entries no later than December 1 (11:59PM)

Race Packet Collection
Claiming of race packets will be on Saturday, December 3 2011, 9am to 5pm at the 3/f, Bahay Ng Alumni Bldg, UP Diliman Campus, Quezon City

Caveat
These FREE race kits are not entitled to the Condominium Unit raffle prize.  Event shirt plus the freebies after finishing the race will still be given

Important Reminder
Those who already submitted their names to a similar contest/giveaway (and received a confirmation), need not submit again so we can give other runners a chance

Earth Run Cebu 2011

In its third year, Solar Entertainment Network’s fun run dubbed Earth Run goes nationwide with three legs to be held in Metro Manila, Davao and Cebu. After last years successful event, where over 8,000 runners took to the street to show their support for the environment, this year Earth Run looks to be even bigger and better

Earth Run has chosen Greenpeace as its beneficiary. Greenpeace, is an international environmental organization that acts to change attitudes and behavior, to protect and conserve the environment and to promote peace. Here in the Philippines, the organization and its supporters are focused on promoting renewable energy and energy efficiency, a nuclear-free Pilipinas, and keeping waterways clean

When: December 18 2011
Where: Parkmall, Mandaue City, Cebu

Registration Fee
PHP200 - 1.5k dog lover's
PHP250 - 3km (includes dri-fit singlet, race bib and bib belt)
PHP250 - 5km (includes dri-fit singlet, race bib and bib belt)
PHP250 - 10km (includes dri-fit singlet, race bib and bib belt)

Registration Form
Download your copy here

Registration Site
Chris Sports SM
Chris Sports Ayala
Parkmall Main Entrance

Singlet Design

Race Route / Race Map

This is your chance to take part in standing up for Mother Nature not to mention an enjoyable way to stay fit and healthy

Sunday, November 27, 2011

PSE Bull Run 2012

The PSE Bull Run: Takbo Para Sa Ekonomiya is an annual running event organized by the Philippine Stock Exchange, Inc. (PSE), as part of its advocacy campaign to inform the people about the Philippine stock market

Now in its 8th year, the 2012 edition of the PSE Bull Run: Takbo Para Sa Ekonomiya will take place on Sunday, 08 January 2012, 4:00 a.m., at the Bonifacio Global City in Taguig

When: January 8 2012
Where: Bonifacio Global City
Organizer: AdEvents Manila

Registration Period
From December 01, 2011 to January 05, 2012

Registration Fee
PHP450 - 3km
PHP450 - 5km
PHP450 - 10km
PHP550 - 16km (finisher's shirt & medal)
PHP550 - 21km (finisher's shirt & medal)

Registration Site
Riovana Bonifacio Global City
Chris Sports Glorietta 3 (818-6136 and 818-6124)
Chris Sports Megamall (633-4946 and 633-1659)
Chris Sports SM North Annex (441-1075 and 441-1889)
Chris Sports Ever Gotesco Caloocan (363-3738 and 366-1152)
PSE Ayala, 2/F PSE Plaza, Ayala Avenue, Makati City (12NN to 7PM, M-F)
AdEvents Manila, 73 William Shaw Street, Barangay 87, Caloocan City (12NN to 7PM)

Singlet Design

Singlet Sizing
XS - W: 30-32 / L: 24in
S - W: 34-36 / L: 26in
M - W: 38-40 / L: 30in
L - W: 42-44 / L: 31in
XL - W: 46-48 / L: 32in

Assembly and Gun Start
21km - 4:00AM - 5:15AM
16km - 4:00AM - 5:20AM
10km - 4:30AM - 5:30AM
5km - 4:30AM - 5:40AM
3km - 4:30AM - 5:45AM

Race Route / Race Map

Group Awards
1 To qualify for the group awards (biggest group and 21k team category competition), participants must submit and register their entries at the same time
2 The PSE Bull Run will award the BIGGEST GROUP with a minimum of twenty five (25) runners.  A cash prize will be given to the following categories
- Running Club
- Stockbroker
- Lister company
- School
3 The PSE Bull Run will have a 21k TEAM CATEGORY COMPETITION for groups with a minimum of ten (10) runners.  A cash prize will be awarded to the 21km team with the lowest/fastest aggregate chip time

Finishers Medal

Finishers Shirt

Friday, November 25, 2011

Get A Chance To Win An SMDC Condo Unit


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Considered as the city’s biggest sporting event, QCIM has increasingly become popular since it started in 2009. It is now listed in the calendar of international marathon events by the prestigious U.S. magazine Runner’s World.

This year, the event is expected to attract 15,000 local and international runners. The runners will be passing through challenging and picturesque routes that include Commonwealth Avenue, known as the widest road in the Philippines, the famous University of the Philippines campus and the scenic La Mesa Water Dam and Eco-Park.

With the full backing of the Quezon City government, QCIM aims to promote Quezon City as a prime sports tourism destination and to advance its green campaign program. Aside from these, the event will also champion the cause of road safety by transforming Commonwealth Avenue into one of the safest and most disciplined highways in the country


Registration is still ongoing.  Please see event details here

Race Organizer: RUNNEX
Race Director: Gerry Manlapaz
Operations and Technical Consultant: Neville Manaois

For inquiries and information
Anthony Albert Espinola - (632) 435-5292
RUNNEX Admin and Secretariat
anthonyalbert.espinola@yahoo.com
Rm. 304 Bahay ng Alumni UP Diliman, QC

Shod vs Barefoot Running Infographic

Free Your Feet

Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Standard Chartered Marathon Singapore 2011 Race Map


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We are just two weeks away from Standard Chartered Marathon Singapore 2011. With that, I give you the race maps for all categories.  The half-marathon and marathon route is the same as last year.  Then there's a new non-competitive category which, for me, provides a great opportunity for friends and family members to enjoy this sport and lead a more active lifestyle

I've noticed that the 10km route has been slightly modified.  We will no longer see/run along Helix Bridge and Marina Bay Sands.  Not sure why but perhaps this is the organizer's answer to combat the congestion in East Coast Parkway (ECP).  This was one of the major complaints that participants from other categories has raised. 

Looking into the race route even further, all runners will still merge in Republic Blvd.  This means that its going to be a struggle for the half and full marathoners on the last 3 kilometers as they will still mash up with the 10km and 5km runners.  I hope that the running experience will still be a little better






Monday, November 21, 2011

Care. Give. Help. CGH MSA Fun Run 2011


Caveat: This is an uber late post about my race experience in CGH Fun Run. Now that we've settled that, please proceed reading the rest of my blog entry. Enjoy!

Registration. I've noticed with small races that the registration sites are quite either quite troublesome or always brings the question "where is that?" I guess it comes with a premium when races have an online facility or a registration venue where it is accessible to most runners. And this race is no exception. In order for me to participate, I have to spend time going to Chinese General Hospital to sign up. So the only option left is to register onsite. But I don't want to come down to CCP and ending up unable to participate in the race because they wouldn't allow race day registration. So the next logical thing to do was send them an email in which no response was received

Race Day. With four hours of sleep and my fingers crossed, I drove myself to the event area. As I make turn towards CCP, I started to see people with the event's singlet. I immediately found the entrance to the nearest parking area and rushed to one of the tents of the organizers. Almost immediately, a smile was planted on my face when I learned that I'll be able to register for the race. I grabbed one of the registration forms and hastily filled up the details required. Even ended up using a red marker because their pens are occupied with other runners who wanted to join and support the cause of CGHMSA

Three Kilometers. My original plan was to sign up for the 3km category but was told that all slots was taken. There was even who backed out at the last minute learning that there were only 5km and 10km race bibs left. Since I wasn't able to run for a week, it was only logical for me to take on a 3km race especially when I intend to set a new PR. Yes, you read it right. I want to set a new personal best even without training for it. My idea was to evaluate my current fitness level. I also wanted to try my luck and see how far my competitive nature would take me

Next Best Thing. Since the 10km runners has already gathered in the starting arc, I was able to see the front liners. They do look terrifying. Terrifyingly fast. Because of that I opted with the 5km distance. While waiting for the 10km participants to be released from the pen, I did some warm up to start the blood flowing and the sweat glands to open up. It is always essential to keep the heart rate elevated before a race to prevent rapid lactic acid buildup.

The Elite. A few minutes after my warmup, the 10km participants was given the go signal and sped off. I then went inside the assembly area and slowly inched my way near the starting line arc. Once there I've spotted familiar faces. Saw at least 2-3 elite runners. There may be more but couldn't deduce it further if I will only take into account physical appearance. With that in mind, landing in the top 3 is a far fetched dream. I know how difficult it is to compete with athletes who breathes the sport especially with a recreational runner like me.

Glimmer of Hope. The host started to enumerate the prizes for our category. I learned that the prizes isn't exclusive to the top 3 but was extended to the first 10 finishers. Since a podium finish is already impossible the next best thing is to run as hard as I can and be one of the top 10. Bringing home a P200 voucher from a fast food chain ain't so bad. At least I get something out from the P600 registration fee that I shelled out. But with the thought that the proceeds of the race will go to the charity ward division's indigent patients, I know that everyone who participated the event is already a winner

I Got Smoked. The countdown was pretty straightforward. Nothing fancy. No grand fireworks. It was a simple - "3! 2! 1! Go!" As expected the elite runners flew with lightning speed. But much to my surprise, I saw 20+ other runners who composed the lead pack and sadly, I wasn't a part of it. This was a good example of the old adage - don't judge a book by its cover. I guess not having my regular training session has taken its toll. Since I don't want to be gasping for air in the middle of the race I opted not to chase them but just kept with my pace

Zone 5. Soon enough I was catching up with the some of the lead pack runners because they gassed out too soon by running too fast since our gun start. This has kept me mentally engaged with the race. My strategy was to keep on running at Zone 5 (at least 90% of my maximum heart rate) and pausing very briefly to grab a cup of cold water to douse myself and hydrate. At times I'd find myself running at a slower pace but I simply continued to plow the road with every glycogen left in me. One trick I'd use is find a fellow runner and stick with his/her pace for as long as I could

Finish Line. With 500 meters left, I was beginning to see stars. I quickly glimpsed on my watch to check my heart rate. It was already at 99% but my pace felt so slow. Even got scared with what could possibly happen if I kept my heart rate that high. Knowing that the finish line was just around the corner, I continued on pounding the road without any hesitation

Surprise! Surprise! Since my 10km race last year at SCMS, I promised myself that I'd always give everything I've got in an event that I chose to be competitive.  Its always refreshing to see how far I've come from the numerous speed work sessions and long runs.  Just running at my heart's content and without looking back if I could have done it better.  Since I was missing a lot of my training sessions, I wasn't expecting to land on the podium but a top 10 would be nice.  And I did!  Time ain't that impressive since I was hoping for a sub-20 but still good.  Gotta hit the road and train hard once more

Saturday, November 19, 2011

Si Aida, o si Lorna, o si Fe?

from mattersmost.deviantart.com
I noticed that the month of November has been notorious for having multiple events in a day. We've seen this phenomenon last year and we are not spared this year. The problematic date is November 27 and I have no idea why this particular day.  Auspicious perhaps.  So far, there are at least 7 races within Manila and another 4 outside the metro (Takbo Lung - Cavite, Run United - Cagayan, PPS-STC Fun Run and Run for Red Cross, Run for a Cause - both in Laguna)

Kawawang puso ko
Dumurugo, nalilito kung sino kaya
Sino kaya ang pipiliin
At gagawin kong aking
Pag-ibig na tunay

O kay gulo, o kay gulo
Naiinis na nga ako
Sa dinami-dami ba naman ng babae
Sa buong mundo
Bakit ba ako nababaliw sa tatlo
Sabihin mo na, pare
Si Aida, o si Lorna, o si Fe?

I have compiled and listed the event information you'll need and hoping that the table below will help you decide on how to spend your Sunday morning

Here's a music video that you can sing along with while pondering which race to participate in


Trivia: Si Aida, si Lorna, o si Fe was made into a movie in 1989. Directed by Johnny Manahan and written by Tony Gloria and Jose Javier Reyes. Starred by Miguel Rodriguez alongside Carmi Martin (as Aida), Jackie Lou Blanco (as Lorna), Aurora Sevilla (as Fe), Gloria Romero and Boboy Garovillo.

Thursday, November 17, 2011

SecondWind Talk: Compression Technology

SecondWind Running Specialty store will be hosting a talk on COMPRESSION TECHNOLOGY. This talk will cover most of the basics of compression technology, and most FAQs (frequently asked questions)
- Does it work
- What does it do
- Does it prevent cramping
- How do you know if it fits right
- What kind of compression to get
- Who needs compression
- Can I wear this during sport
- Can I wear this after sport, and many more
- Is it exclusive to runners
- Is it exclusive to triathletes

The talk will be conducted by David Almendral and Tobias Bernardo of Light’N Up Mktg, who distributes Zoot and 2XU here in the Philippines. Both David and Tobias is well versed when it comes to compression technology (both are runners and triathletes as well). They have worked closely with point persons from Zoot and 2XU, they know their products inside and out!

When: November 25, 2011 (Friday) at 6PM
Where: Ortigas Home Depot Hall4 (front of SecondWind Ortigas)

And much like all of the previous talks of SecondWind, registration is FREE!

Not just that, participants also get a chance to walk away with a prize or two. A fair warning though, big winners from previous raffles were the ones who went to the stores to register and dropped their business cards (some just wrote on a piece of paper)

Prioritization of the raffle prizes are (1) those who went to the stores to register and dropped off business cards or contact info, (2) those who called in to register, and (3) walk-in

(source: secondwind running store facebook page)

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Run United Regional Series Cebu 2011

Run United Regional Series 2011 CEBU – This Runrio Series Regional 2011 will be held on December 18, 2011 at Cebu. Boasting of 5 race categories 500m dash for kids, 3k, 5K, 10K, and 21K

Official Race Result
- 500m
- 3km
- 5km
- 10km
- 21km

Regular In-store registration period
From October 27, 2011 to November 29, 2011

Registration Fee
PHP200 - 500m dash for kids
PHP300 - 3km
PHP350 - 5km
PHP400 - 10km
PHP500 - 21km (Finisher’s Shirt & Finisher’s Medal)

Registration Site
CEBU:
• Runnr Store (Toby’s) – Active Zone, Ayala Center Cebu
• Toby’s Sports House – SM Cebu
• Cebu City Sports Center – PSC Office

MANILA
• RUNNR – G/F Bonifacio High Street, Taguig City, Tel # 403-1787

Singlet Design

Assembly Time and Gun Start
21km - 4:00AM - 5:00AM
10km - 4:30AM - 5:30AM
5km - 4:30AM - 5:45AM
3km - 5:00AM - 5:50AM
500m - 6:30AM - 7:30AM

Race Map / Race Route

Finisher's Entitlement (21km participant)

Prizes

Questions / Inquiries
Please contact (call only) any of the following Runrio hotline numbers from Monday to Friday (10:00am – 6:00pm)
Manila Landline 02-7031736
Manila Globe 0915-7827126
Manila Globe 0927-3990043
Cebu Landline 032-4068945
Cebu Globe 0917-6328675

(source: RunRio)

Sunday, November 13, 2011

eXtri 2011

Ex-TRI San Juan is an off-road type triathlon race which poses unique challenges specifically during the bike and run segments

Event Name: eXtri 2011
Date: 3 December 2011 (Saturday)
Venue: La Luz Resort, Laiya, San Juan, Batangas

Distances and Disciplines (eXtri 2011)
1km Ocean Swim
23km XC Bike
4km Trail Run

Registration Fee
Nov 01 - Nov 15: PHP2,500.00
Nov 16 - Nov 19: PHP2,800.00

Rules of Individual Disciplines & Required Equipment
1 Swimming
 Racers may use any stroke or method without use of any artificial propulsion devices
 Goggles or masks and swim caps are required
 Use of snorkels not allowed
 No artificial propulsion aids may be used
 Prior to starting the race, participants must wear swim caps and are already “body marked” for identification and monitoring in the swim leg of the race
 All swimmers must swim to the outside of the rope marker and buoys
 Intentional “roughing”, elbowing, bashing and striking of other competitors will result in disqualification from the race
 Those who veer too far from the swim leg Race Course will be assisted back by the Safety Marshals

Required Equipment
Goggles or mask/ Swimming caps

2 Mountain Biking
 Road bikes, time trial bikes, cyclo-cross and tandem bikes are not permitted
 Tires (wheels) must be 26-inch (660 mm) diameter with a minimum width of 1.8 inches (46 mm)
 Slick tires are not permitted. Semi-slick tires are not permitted
 Participants may ride, push, pull, or carry the bikes
 Each participant must wear a bike helmet securely strapped to his/her head at all times in the mountain bike leg of the race
 Participants lacking any of the mandatory equipment will be subject to penalties or disqualification
 All participants must FULLY STOP at the mandatory Check Point in the bike leg- make sure you receive your verification mark from the Race Official.
 All participants should follow the instructions of Race Officials at the bike leg- specifically where to mount and dismount, slow down, completely stop, etc.
 Riders who are stalled should clear the trail and allow other participants to pass thru
 Participants who suffer a mechanical problem can either fix his equipment at the side of the Race Course or proceed to the Mechanic Station along the bike leg course (see Race Map) where he will receive assistance

Required Equipment
Mountain Bike- checked and approved for safety by Official Bike Mechanic Helmet- ANSI/SNELL certified
Upper clothing- bike jersey, race jersey, t-shirts, running shirts, etc
Race Number- either fastened to the upper clothing or to a race belt
Bike Number- fastened to the front of the bike

Recommended Equipment
Extra inner tubes Repair kit / tool kit Patch kit Tire pump Eye wear / protection
Cycling gloves

3 Running
 Runners may run, walk or crawl
 Runners should follow all instructions by Race Officials; failure to do so will result in time penalty/ies or disqualification
 All participants must stop at the mandatory Check Point in the Run leg course- make sure you receive your verification mark from the Race Official
 Running, trekking, hiking and adventure racing shoes with ample protection against loose rocks, glass fragments, tree branches and debris should be worn during the running section of the Race Course

Required equipment
Footwear-. NO sandals (Teva, Mojo,etc) or Aquasocks allowed during the run leg
Helmet- ANSI/SNELL certified helmet MUST be worn at all times during the run leg of the race

Recommended Equipment
Eye wear / Protection
Gloves
Hydration belt/ Hydration packs

Shirt Design / Race Tee

Route Maps

Rules & Regulations (Race Course)
- Marshals on critical areas will guard the Race Course, intersections and signs, banners, buoys and other marking devices. Participants are responsible for
(a) Staying on the course
(b) Slowing down to pay attention to course markings or the absence of course markings
(c) Participants may be provided with course maps and are responsible for understanding the maps and headings and following the maps and headings
- The Race Course may be changed due to weather, safety hazards or darkness. The Race Committee will have complete discretion to adjust raw leg finish times to reflect any course changes
- Athletes/participants who remove or change the location/direction of course markings will be disqualified
- Participants must stay on the marked course. Any participant inadvertently leaving the marked course will be time penalized unless he/she reenters the course at the exact place that it left the course. Participants intentionally leaving the marked course will be time penalized or disqualified
- Any act harmful to the ecology of the race venue, including littering or leaving any trash, garbage or equipment on the race course, will result in a time penalty of not less than 5 minutes or disqualification. Water and food containers gotten from aid stations must be deposited in trash containers or carried on the Race Course until they can be deposited in trash containers

General Guidelines
1 Any participant failing to finish a Race leg within the allotted time or deadline fixed by the Race Committee will remove itself from the Race course as directed by a Race official with prior clearance from the Race Committee. Time cut-off points may be designated at various points in any Race leg
2 The use of any EQUIPMENT, the legality of which is unclear under these rules, must be disclosed in full to the Race Committee prior to use and must be pre-approved. In the event that the equipment is approved, the Race committee has the right to announce the use of such equipment to all participants. In the event that a participant fails to pre-disclose and receive pre-approval, this fact will weigh very heavily against the participant in the determination of any protests filed on account of such equipment
3 The use of any RACE TACTIC, the legality of which is unclear under these rules, must be disclosed in full to the Race Committee prior to the start of the race and must be pre-approved. If a participant fails to pre-dispose and receive pre-approval, protest filed on account of such tactic. Failure of any participant member or a participant to immediately and respectfully comply with a direction or decision of a Race official may result in the disqualification of the participant
4 Participants may use any self-propelled means to traverse the race course provided the participants start and finish each race leg with all required equipment for that sport\discipline
5 No outside support is allowed between the start and finish lines of any Race stage. Participants must be self-contained except for limited support offered from official aid stations and at the transition area. If offered, support may also be accepted from other officially entered participants provided that the offer and acceptance of such support does not violate any Rule
6 The winning participant may be required to attend a media conference after each race. Participants required to attend will be notified at the finish line. All participants are required to attend the awarding ceremonies after the race. A maximum fine of 50% will be deducted from prize money winnings if any participant fails to attend the awarding ceremonies. Individual participant will be excused from required media conferences and awarding ceremonies for medical reasons provided the medical excuse is certified by the Race Medical Director or Race Director

Friday, November 11, 2011

Don Henrico's Run 2011

This urban race aims to aid the Sagip Buhay Foundation, a local organization that provides medications to our less fortunate brothers and sisters admitted at the Medicine Wards and ICUs of the Philippine General Hospital in Manila

The ENTIRE PROCEEDS for this event will help provide assistance to healthcare professionals at the said hospital, which inevitably leads to more financially dependable patients getting treatment and more lives saved

When: December 17, 2011
Where: CCP Complex, Pasay City

Registration Period
October 25 to December 15 2011

Registration Fee
PHP600 - 3km
PHP600 - 5km
PHP600 - 10km

Registration Site
Don Henrico’s SM Mall of Asia (Tel 556-2848)
Don Henrico’s Malate (Tel 5249141,524-9134)
Don Henrico’s Greenhills (Tel 571-3911)
Don Henrico’s Morato (Tel 373-5750,373-5780,448-5564)
Don Henrico’s Festival Mall Alabang (Tel 850-3915-17)
Don Henrico's West Ave. (Tel 372-4561,411-6614 to 15)
Don Henrico’s Sta Lucia East Grand Mall (Tel 681-5242)

Singlet Design

Event Shirt

Race Map / Race Route

Prizes
P5,000 for the winner of the 10K run
P4,000 for the winner of the 5K run
P3,000 for the winner of the 3K run

Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Quezon City International Marathon 2011


Check your race result here
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This year, the event is expected to attract 15,000 local and international runners. The runners will be passing through challenging and picturesque routes that include Commonwealth Avenue, known as the widest road in the Philippines, the famous University of the Philippines campus and the scenic La Mesa Water Dam and Eco-Park

When: December 4 2011
Where: Quezon Memorial Circle

Registration Fee
PHP500 - 5km
PHP600 - 10km
PHP750 - 21km
PHP850 - 42km
US$30 - non-Filipino runners

Registration Site
Mizuno SM Megamall
Mizuno SM Mall of Asia
Mizuno Bonifacio High Street
SMDC Showroom (FIELD Residences) 2/F North Wing, SM Mall of Asia
SMDC Showroom (BLUE Residences)5/F Building B, SM Megamall
SMDC Showroom (GRASS Residences) Interior Zone, SM North EDSA
Second Wind Teachers' Village, Quezon City
RUNNEX Office 304 Bahay ng Alumni Magsaysay St., U.P. Diliman

Race Tee / Shirt Design

Assembly Time and Gun Start
42km - 3:30AM - 4:00AM (7 hours cut off)
21km - 4:00AM - 4:30AM
10km - 5:15AM - 5:45AM
5km - 5:30AM - 6:00AM

Race Route / Race Map

Water and First Aid Stations
Drinking water will be provided at selected points along the route. Medical aid will be available at certain points via roving representative

Toilet Area
Toiler cubicles will be available at the site during the race

Parking Area
All participants and other spectators are required to park their vehicles at the allocated parking area

Baggaga Area
Baggage deposit service is available near the stage from 3AM to 12NN

Rules & Regulations
1 Participants below 18 years old must have their entry form signed by a parent/guardian
2 Race bib number must be worn at all times during the race. It should be pinned in front of your running shirt
3 All protest related to the results must be made in writing and submitted to the Race Organizer within 30 minutes after the official announcement of winners. A protest fee of PHP500 will be collection for every written protest made
4 The marathon will have a 7 hour cutoff time from the start of the race. Race Organizers may also impose cut off times in designated areas of the race course due to traffic and road conditions
5 The organizer's decision is final
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