Saturday, March 31, 2012

Barefootdaves Supports Earth Hour 2012

WHAT: Earth Hour 2012
WHEN: Saturday 31 March at 8.30pm in your local time zone
WHERE: Across the globe
WHY: To celebrate your commitment to the planet with the people of the world
HOW: Switch off your lights, register your support and get more details at earthhour.org

About Earth Hour
Earth Hour is a global initiative in partnership with WWF. Individuals, businesses, governments and communities are invited to turn out their lights for one hour on Saturday March 31, 2012 at 8:30 PM to show their support for environmentally sustainable action. The event began in Sydney in 2007, when 2 million people switched off their lights. By 2011, Earth Hour was being reported as ‘the World’s largest campaign for the planet’ with participation in 135 countries and territories across every continent, including the world’s most recognized man-made marvels and natural wonders in a landmark display of environmental action.

Friday, March 30, 2012

TBR Dream Marathon Chronicles - Part 2

Picking up from where we left off in my previous post

Right there and then I realized the huge number of marathon dreamers. Jaymie's program is very friendly to any runner who aims to finish a full marathon. The program will give anyone the courage to overcome any fear that running a marathon can throw at you. I guess it is fair enough to say that we will definitely have more by next year

Roughly three hundred meters from the starting line, we were asked to veer to the left and cross the dirt road. With the fear on stepping a stone I just walked this part of the route and resumed running once I've hit the concrete. I noticed that a handful were being faithful with their run-walk strategy early on

Halfway the kilometer mark, I caught up with Gian (aka Bigfoot). Noticed that he was wearing compression socks. In my experience, compression socks helped in minimizing fatigue and cramps especially on long runs. Recommended two brands. Good thing he decided to get one. Chatted with him for awhile before he shooed me away

Just ahead I bumped into Josef (aka Romp). Noticed that he was wearing red. Seems that Alpha1 family has grown again. Always a good thing. Toyed with him for a bit by pushing him forward. I just asked Rocky's whereabouts before running off again.

I met up with Rocky on the 1st kilometer. Rocky has been plagued with an injury and was supposedly to take it easy last February but still raked in some roadwork by participating in some races. Asked him about his foot injury. He just smiled and said okay.

Rocky and I started to pick up the pace at this time. We met up with CJ/Run Adobo King whom reminded me a phrase (its not about the time!) uttered by Jim Lafferty on his inspirational talk during our send-off party. I mischievously responded that its not and teased him with a route recon (for a race event) he did the day before. CJ then decided to ran with us. I glimpsed at my watch and it says we were doing 9.6 minute per mile (6 min/km)

Somewhere between the 2nd and 3rd km mark, a traffic circle (Terelay Rotunda) greeted us and there was a steep climb to this landmark. My plan was to walk up this part. Some decided to jog their way up. Even though I'd lose some time here, I can make it up with the descent that awaits us on the other side. After passing the rotunda, CJ and Rocky eased up on their pace and I found myself running alone when I reached the 3km mark

I was somewhere near 4km mark, when I bumped into Atty Rain (KB Runner) and JackieG. KB asked me if I was pacing someone, I answered back "no one". That I was pacing myself since I am a participant as well. KB was in disbelief and immediately replied "get outta here". I just smiled back

I guess it can't be helped. KB's reaction wasn't totally unexpected. A handful of people couldn't believe that I signed up for TBRDM as well. Though I've been running for 2 years already, fact is I'm lazy to train for a full marathon. Just couldn't imagine running a half-marathon twice! And that's the reason why I signed up.  Was to force myself to join the marathon bandwagon. I've been enjoying 21km runs too much that I don't want to leave my comfort zone. Besides there's only a handful of local events that provides a full marathon category and tons for the half mary

For the next kilometer, I was taking it easy since this particular section of the route was mostly uphill. I am applying what Christine Jacob-Sandejas shared to us during one of our TBR clinics. Keeping it slow and easy while running uphill then taking advantage of gravity on a downhill. Making a conscious effort that my running form is relaxed and my stride is not forced. This allowed me to compensate for lost time

I was nearing the 5km mark when I saw MarkT. He reminded me to clock in a good time or at least finish within top 10. With such a tall order, I just laughed back. A few yards ahead, I saw the dream chasers station. They were cheering everyone with a lot of enthusiasm. Realized it was being manned with familiar faces (Wes, James, Aileen, Rain, Eman and Banjo). This station will always be remembered with their long balloons
image credits to Yongsky

Near six kilometers into the run the road split into two. Neville announced before our gun start that changes were made in our route. Upon reaching this point, we will be turning right (Everest Academy) instead of going left (Avida Village) as originally communicated. This was made in order to compensate for the missing distance. Who would want to be called marathoners knowing that we didn't cover the required distance - 42.195 kilometers
image credits to Mutz Cruz

Since I did not cover this part during our long runs, I didn't knew what to expect. Lo and behold, I got the surprise of my life The next kilometer, going to 7km mark, was mostly (if not all) uphill. I've already covered at least 500 meters when I saw the lead pack. They were on their way back to cover their 8th kilometer. I cheered them as they zoomed away from my view

After the seemingly nonstop ascend, here comes the turnaround point at km7. Since a water station was available, had my mandatory walk break here. The marshal handed me a blue loop cord which I placed on my left wrist. Took a deep breath and relaxed my shoulders. Went back running again

What goes up must come down. The next kilometer (8km) was all downhill. I used this to my advantage. With the help of gravity I slowly picked up my pace and found myself running at 7.75 minute per mile (sub5 min/km). I felt relaxed while consciously avoiding to heel strike.  Surprisingly I was having fun while doing so. Haven't had the chance to run at this pace since I got injured last year

By the time I've reached Nuvali Blvd again (8.4km), I didn't felt tired nor gasping for air. A good sign. So I just continued and kept my pace. Upon reaching the 9km mark (Republic Wakepark), I saw Allan Gregor and rest of the lead group. Was dumbfounded. Finally caught up with the group and was now trailing them. Perhaps they took it easy on their way out towards Avida Village

I ran alongside with them for a few minutes before I decided to inch my way forward. Slowly overtaking some runners. Since it was another downhill, I capitalized the terrain to my own advantage. I was a couple of hundred meters away from the second turnaround (10km) when I saw Elvin (lead runner) and was being chased by Ritchel and Mark Anthony

Finally reached the 2nd turnaround point (chasers tent #3). Another mandatory walk break included. I was asked for my bib number. "187", I obligingly replied. Hydrated with a cup of water and braced myself with Nuvali's own heartbreak hill. From the turnaround until the next 500m was a very steep climb. It was only logical (and wise) to take it easy

After the very steep hill was a friendlier ascend that brought us back to Nuvali Blvd. On my way, I saw familiar faces. Most were smiling and can't deny that they're having fun while they take one step at a time towards the finish line and conquering their first (or second) marathon. I continued on cheering everyone. As soon as I've reached Nuvali Blvd, I made another walk break. Drank two cups, one filled with water and the other with sports drink. I also reached for a sponge drenched with cold water

Resumed running and was now going back towards Solenad. I was running with Mark Sigue when we've reached the chasers tent #2 (km12.6) where MarkT was stationed. The dream chasers greeted us again with their infectious enthusiasm and long balloons

From thereon until the next chaser station (km15.5) things got a little bit lonely. There were just 4~5 of us running on the road. And the lead runner was nowhere to be found. I kept on pounding the concrete pavement at a similar pace with the rest so I won't lose them in my sight. I was seizing every opportunity of overtaking one runner at a time. Kilometer 16 marked my energy gel intake. Good thing a water station was nearby. Had to take another walk break to keep my legs fresh.

While running along with the lead group, it seems that most of them don't take any walk breaks at all. Or I'm probably too busy chasing them that I didn't notice. It was a different story with Ricky. He was consistently implementing his run-walk strategy. He was having short walk breaks then bursts with a sub5 min/km pace each time he runs.

Now at km17. I was asked to turn right in East Nature Ave towards Abrio. Sped up a little bit. Did a sub5 (8 min/mi) pace. Was now chasing others again. At this time I was unaware with my current position. All I knew that I was able to pass a few but had no idea how many runners were in front. I saw chasers tent #4 in Abrio Rotunda (led by Miriam). The said station housed speed demons from Team PowerPuff Boys (Alfred, Totoy, Jixee, MarkHernz, and Ronnel) I just grabbed a cup to hydrate myself and quickly resumed on running

It was more than 90 minutes since the last time I saw the guys at the start/finish arc. Was very happy to see them in the SecondWind Zone (km18.4) The team screamed with joy and yelled that I was now in 3rd place. I was astounded! I thought that there were still plenty ahead of me. I just grabbed my second energy gel from Weng, ditched the idea of replacing my moleskin, and put my game face on.

Worked on shortening the distance between me and the runner ahead. I caught up with Ricky at the corner of Evozone Ave and Taal Rd. "I thought this was supposedly fun, why are we all so serious?", I cheerfully asked. I was now infront of Convergys (One Evotech) when I saw Elvin (lead runner) again. Since I didn't knew the exact location of the 3rd turnaround point, I initially had no idea how far or near I was. Though I chose to think the latter. Focused on keeping things positive. And I was right. I was only 150 meters behind!

Knowing how close I was, adrenaline shot through the roof. My leg turnover became faster. My strides longer. Arms swung wider. Focus became razor sharp. Every second mattered. I was now more keen on chasing the leader. After running for almost a kilometer. My wish was granted. Finally caught up with the lead runner

Even though my competitive spirit was screaming I still cheered him on. Shouted out his name and tried to motivate him. Keeping things in perspective, TBRDM isn't about finishing first. It is about finishing. Period.

Now back in the SecondWind Zone (km20.5) headed to Nuvali Blvd for my second loop. The team got ecstatic when they learned that I was now leading. I asked the guys to take a picture of me with the lead bike escort. As I might not have another opportunity because usually it is the Kenyans/Ethiopians who gets escorted on our local races. I was running hard. Still pumped up with adrenaline. Eugene then reminded me to take it easy and be more conscious on my pace. Fearing that I might hit the wall early


To be continued ...

Hyundai Fun Run 2012


Official Race Result
Get your race result here

What: Hyundai Run For A Cause 2012
When: April 29 2012
Where: Quirino Grandstand

Beneficiaries: Gawad Kalinga, HARIBON Foundation, UP Women Lawyer’s Circle, Polytechnic University of the Philippines, Department of Tourism, National Children’s Hospital, St. Scholastica’s Priory and The Younghusband Football Academy
Note: Each cause will be represented by a particular color; color representation will determine the color of the singlet

Registration Fee: FREE?!
Online Registration: Click HERE
Categories: 5km and 10km

Singlet Design / Race Kit Contents

Claiming Race Pack Procedure
1 Signed and fully accomplished Waiver Form and Registration Form
2 Photocopy of participant’s valid ID (with picture and signature)
3 If claiming through a representative
- Signed and fully accomplished Waiver Form and Registration Form
- Photocopy of participant’s Valid ID (with picture and signature)
- Signed Endorsement Letter from the participant [original copy]
- Photocopy of Representative’s Valid ID (with picture and signature)

Race Kit Redemption Schedule
Date: April 21-25, 2012
Time: 9AM to 8PM

Race Kit Redemption Site
- HARI Headquarters (KPMG 6787 Ayala Ave., Makati City)
- Hyundai Alabang (235 FMW Building, Tierra Nueva Subd. Alabang Zapote)
- Hyundai Global City (5th Ave., cor 26th St., Bonifacio Global City, Taguig
- Hyundai Quezon Ave (1144 Quezon Ave., Brgy. Paligsahan, Quezon City)
- Second Wind Ortigas (Ortigas Home Depot, Julia Vargas Ave., Pasig City)

Need access to your Waiver/Release Form?
1 Just type www.hyundairunforacause.com/PrintForm.aspx?id=XXXXXX in your browser
2 Replace XXXXXX with your unique registration code (this was sent to your email)

General Guidelines (Race Kit Redemption)
1 All race packs must be claimed on the claim dates mentioned above
2 No race packs shall be issued or may be claimed on race day
3 Race packs are non transferable
4 Shall be issued/released only upon presentation of the Registration Form and Waiver Form signed by the participant
5 Unclaimed race packs may be given away by the organizers

Race Map / Race Route

Assembly Time and Gun Start
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10k - Wave A - 4:45AM - 5:00AM
10k - Wave B - 4:55AM - 5:10AM
10k - Wave C - 5:05AM - 5:20AM
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5k - Wave D - 5:45AM - 6:00AM
5k - Wave E - 5:55AM - 6:10AM
5k - Wave F - 6:05AM - 6:20AM
5k - Wave G - 6:15AM - 6:30AM
5k - Wave H - 6:25AM - 6:40AM

Rules and Regulations
1 Participants below 18 years old must have their Registration Form signed by a parent/guardian
2 Baggage deposit service is available at the Finisher’s Village.
3 Race Bibs must be worn at all time during the race. It should be pinned in front of the singlet.
4 Drinking water will be provided at selected points along the route. Medical aid will be available at certain points via roving representative.
5 Portalets will also be available at the site.
6 HARI and/or the organizers reserve the right, without incurring liability to any participant/s, to alter or modify the starting times and race routes without prior notice in case of weather disturbances, safety and security issues.

Got Inquiries?
- Smart: 0908-7098264
- Globe: 0905-4216805
- Sun: 0933-1721837
- Email at info@hyundairunforacause.com

Friday, March 23, 2012

TBR Dream Marathon Chronicles - Part 1

Nov 2011.  Went online and booked a room at El Cielito Inn.  Made a decision to be near the venue.  I didn't want to entertain additional stress by driving myself to Nuvali.  Also, I want to get as much sleep the day before the event.

March 17.  Woke up and checked the time.  It says 6AM.  Still early.  Closed my eyes again and tried to grab a few more ZZZ.  But my mind was already thinking about the race.  Can't contain my excitement anymore.  It just made it hard to fall back asleep.  After 15 minutes, I decided to bring myself out of bed and started to pack my stuff.  By 11AM, we were already en route to Sta Rosa

Original plan was to grab lunch at Paseo Center but decided to have it in Festival Mall instead because my tummy has been growling since we took the Skyway ramp.  Had a half slab of pork ribs in Racks.  Yum!  After a heavy meal, we grabbed some chocolates, chips, sports drinks and distilled water in the supermarket.

A little over 2PM, we were already in our room.  Decided not to sleep since I intend to have a light snack later in the afternoon. But Limitless got in the way.  Instead of going out by 4PM, we headed out to Paseo Center around 5:15PM.  On our way, I got scared.  Because I wasn't feeling hungry when I should be starving already.  I'm accustomed to eating every 3-4 hours and every time I miss my meal I'd go bonkers (abdominal pains and headache)

I managed to shove a chunky tuna sandwich down my throat and wished that everything would turn out alright.  We didn't stay long and immediately went back to the hotel.  This time, I was keen on getting some sleep.  At least 2-3 hours would be enough.  I got what I wished for.  I fell asleep around 730PM.  My alarm woke me up by 1030PM and felt great

Called up room service and asked for a beef pochero.  While waiting for my food to come in, I drank 16 ounces of water to keep me hydrated and opted for a quick shower.  Few minutes later, room service rang in and brought my dinner.  At that time, I was already hungry which was a good sign.  To save up on time I decided to watch Spirit Of The Marathon while having my supper.  Getting more conscious about the time because I had to clean up my plate at least 2 hours before the race

Didn't expect that the movie was lengthy.  I was still halfway when I realized that the clock was way past midnight.  Had to put the movie on hold so I can start taping myself.  I have to say that I've underestimated the time it'll take me to go through this process.  Even though I've done it several times in the past, I've spent almost 30 minutes taping my knees, my left ankle, and right shin.  Next in my to-do list, stuff my bag with essentials

With 40 minutes left on the clock, we rushed out of the front door and drove like a mad man.  I knew it'll take me roughly 15 minutes to Nuvali but had to make an emergency pit stop at a convenience store.  I forgot to tape my little toes and needed a pair of scissors.  Eugene (Eugenator/Alpha1) called up and asked our whereabouts.  Made a gentle reminder that I still need to check-in and that I might miss the gun start

By the time we arrived at the parking area, heard the emcee saying that there's still 15 minutes left before the race.  Agitated and confused with the event layout, I called up Eugene and asked for directions.  Needed to know where to get my timing chip.  The check-in process was smooth.  I got in and got out in just a few minutes.  With 10 minutes to go, I drank 8 ounces of sports drink and taped my pinky toes. All of it was captured by Deemen Noel (thanks bud!)

Since I was getting nervous, a bathroom break was in order.  Good thing there was only a short queue to the portalet.  While waiting for my turn, I listened to my power song to calm my nerves.  Another announcement was made.  Only a minute left before the gun start.  I rushed back to the assembly pen and waited for the countdown.  Since the pen was full I just settled at the back and didn't bother to squirm my way to the front.  This works in my favor as I get to pace myself properly during the first few kilometers and avoid running hard and crashing afterwards. 

Mood was very festive.  Adrenaline was through the roof.  Lots of cheering going on.  Lots of positive vibes.  And if I may add, lots of tarps and posters of varying shapes and sizes.  Words of encouragement.  Names of runner.  Others were logos of running groups.  Ours were no exception.  Rolly ... preesh the effort!

Countdown begun.  5.. 4.. 3.. 2.. 1.. Then off we go!  Armed with an energy gel and a blister tape, I scurried off along with the rest of my batch mates and passed through the start/finish arc

To be continued ...

Monday, March 19, 2012

Congrats To All TBRDM 2012 Finishers!


Give yourself a pat on the back. For stepping on the starting line. For not giving up despite the pain. For believing in yourself. For crossing the finish line with a big, big smile. You are now a marathoner!



TBR2012 'Theme Song'

Sunday, March 18, 2012

Fila Skeletoes Lite

I was flipping thru the pages of Footwear Insight when I saw a "Lite" version of Fila Skeletoes. I immediately went to the official page of FILA.  Unfortunately there's not one bit of information was found.  Perhaps it only serves as a teaser of what's coming

Though I didn't find what I was looking for, I still saw something nice.  A couple of new products under the Skele-Toes line

Fila Skele-toes Watermoc. Take your athletic footwear underwater with the Watermoc, the all-purpose shoe that’s perfect for all your aquatic needs. The rubber outsole aids multi-surface traction while the mid-sole offers both support and flexibility. The quick-dry upper provides breathable comfort. It also features an open mesh quarter panel, lightweight nylon stretch upper, and durable webbing pull-tabs for ease of putting them on
Fila Skele-toes Wave. Get on board with the Skele-toes Wave, which features the same grip, support and flexibility as the Watermoc with advanced nylon stretch mesh upper with integrated silicon-printed panels for enhanced fit and reflective detailing for increased safety
Fila Skele-toes Trainer. Get the benefits of a classic training sneaker combined with the organic foot mechanisms of a Skele-toes. The lacing system provides additional support, while breathable air mesh and supportive synthetic overlays make it durable, versatile and comfortable
Fila Skele-toes Turbo.  Super sleek and super fast, Skele-toes Turbo maximize your performance off the field. Crafted for the athlete, this shoe features a traditional lacing system as well as all the benefits and natural foot movement of Skele-toes footwear. It also features welded quarter details, air mesh and synthetic overlay panels

Saturday, March 17, 2012

Skechers' Running Essentials Invades Cebu


With the growing fitness trend today, SKECHERS finds it necessary to help newbie runners and running enthusiasts improve the way they train and prepare for their next run.

RUNNING ESSENTIALS is part of Skechers Fitness' advocacy to promote Mid-Foot Strike, proper running techniques, and a healthy lifestyle with the help of ultra marathoner Michelle Estuar and other fitness coaches and runners, covering topics such as Stretching, Leg & Foot Technique, Hydration & Nutrition, and more

Two clinics were conducted already last Feb. 18 and Mar. 3 at Market! Market! and we've seen a very good turn out of around 70-100 attendees!

This March 24 2012, SKECHERS is bringing RUNNING ESSENTIALS to Cebu (G/f Activity Area, Ayala Center Cebu, 4:00-7:00PM)

Friday, March 16, 2012

Yakult Everyday, Everyday Okay

Yakult 10 Miler is the second longest running event in the country, set on April 1 at the Cultural Center Complex in Pasay City
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Official Race Result
3km race result
5km race result
16km race result
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Registration Fee
PHP450 - 3km
PHP450 - 5km
PHP450 - 16km
Note: Includes singlet, finisher’s shirt, bottle of Yakult

Registration Site
Mizuno Trinoma Mall
Mizuno SM Megamall
Mizuno BGC
Mizuno Festival Mall

Singlet Design

Assembly Time and Gun Start
5:00AM - 5:30AM

Race Map / Race Route

Thursday, March 15, 2012

Nike and Adidas Sale. Up to 70% OFF


Nike and Adidas Clearance Sale is from March 14-18, 2012.  Up to 70% OFF on selected items
Happening only at the SM Megatrade Hall 1 in SM Megamall

Other brands also in the sale are Puma, Outland, Levi's, Sandugo Sandals, NBA, Converse and Accel
For BDO cardholders: 5% rebate and 0% interest up to 3 months with a P5,000 single-receipt purchase

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Adidas Adipure Adapt - Spotted!


I was in Adidas-Greenbelt looking for a new pair of running socks when I saw a minimalist shoe on display.  Was surprised to spot one because I wasn't expecting any especially when they've just recently launched the Adipure Trainer

I immediately grabbed it and learned the name of the shoe - Adipure Adapt (4.5 oz).  A pair retails for PHP5,295.  The first time my eyes laid on it, I thought it was a pair of water shoe.  Simply judging from its construction where you have a thin sole and an elastic (and lightweight) upper

Initial thoughts.  The shoe has a thin and flexible sole but not zero drop.  Will there be superb ground feedback?  On that aspect, I am keeping my fingers crossed.  Can't comment if the toebox is wide enough.  But the elastic upper may allow the necessary toe splay upon ground contact

The first thing that I did when I got home was to research about it.  I browsed the official site of Adidas but no related material was available.  Then I defaulted by googling the product name and most of the information yielded came from JP, KR, and DE sites.  Tough luck.  Cant read/understand 'em.  Good thing there's a video that shows the shoe in action


I also saw this statement on one of the media blurbs for Adipure Trainer
In March 2012, adidas will launch the adipure Adapt, which the brand describes as “a premium running shoe, which supports the mid-to forefoot foot strike, facilitates higher muscle activity and sufficient joint stability and provides runners with guidance for an efficient run.
I am just wondering why the media isn't picking this up/didn't picked it up or perhaps the five-toed version (Adipure Trainer) is a lot more interesting to the eyes of the general public.  Besides from the black and blue versions that I saw on the store, there are two more colorway based from my google search

Monday, March 12, 2012

TBR Dream Marathon 2012 Send Off Party

A year ago (March 16 to be exact) I said that I intend to join the 2012 edition of The Bull Runner Dream Marathon.  Time flew so fast that 7 days from now I will be donning bib #187 and pounding the pavement with fellow TBR dreamers and covering 42.195 kilometers

We had our send off party last Thursday on Unilab's Bayanihan Center in Pasig City.  And it was a blast!
TBR staff checking my medical certificate and signed waivers
Long queue to the buffet table
Our hosts for the evening - Tessa Prieto-Valdez and Boy Ramos
Opening remarks from Jaymie "The Bull Runner" Pizzaro
TBRDM Race Director Neville Manaois
Encouraging words from TBR Co-founder Jim Lafferty
"Enjoy the run" said Coach Lit Onrubia
TBR Dream Team
Unilab's Alex Panlilio will also run this Sunday
TBR Batch 2012
Neville talks about the race route
Breakfast will be served at the Dream Village.  Yey!
Raffle! Raffle! Raffle!

The night ended with a very special video from Ripple 100 and a batch photo


Sunday, March 11, 2012

NatGeo Earth Run 2012

Mother Earth cannot wait.
Do your part NOW before it's too late.

Run and make a difference.
JOIN THE NAT GEO EARTH DAY RUN.
And be counted.

Official Race Result
3km race result
5km race result
10km race result
21km race result

Race Photo
Spongebob Runner (album1, album2, album3)
LeStSkY Runner (album1, album2, album3, album4, album5, album6, album7)

Registration Fee
PHP650 - 3km
PHP750 - 5km
PHP950 - 10km
PHP1150 - 21km
Note: Registration fees are non-refundable and non-transferable. Categories are not upgradable nor downgradable. Technical Shirt sizes are subject to availability

Registration Site
Greenbelt 3, Ground Floor Left Wing

Tech Shirt (credits to Imelda Carmona Libunao)

Assembly Time & Gun Start
21k - 4:00AM - 5:00AM
10k - 4:30AM - 5:30AM
5k - 5:00AM - 6:00AM
3k - 5:30AM - 6:30AM

Race Map / Race Route

Rules & Regulations
Participants below 18 years old must have their entry form signed by a parent/guardian. Race bib number must be worn at all times during the race. Bib number should be pinned in front of your running shirt. All protests related to the results must be made in writing and submitted to the Race Organizer within 30 minutes after the official announcement of winners. The organizer’s decision is final.

Water & First Aid Stations
Drinking water will be provided at the finish line and at every 2.5km after the first 5km, Medical aid will be available at certain points along the way and at the finish line.

Toilet Area
Toilet 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.
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