Monday, July 2, 2012

36th National MILO Marathon - Baguio City

PRESS RELEASE

BAGUIO, PHILIPPINES, July 1, 2012 - Hernanie Sore and former MILO marathon queen Cristabel Martes served notice of their respective title aspiration bid by dominating the opening leg of the 36th National MILO Marathon on Sunday in Baguio City

The 30-year-old Sore finished the Baguio qualifying leg with a time of 1:14:59, topping the treacherous 21-kilometer uphill and downhill course in the men’s category, while the ageless 32-year-old Martes finished with a clocking of 1:34:46, leading the women’s division

Cesar Lastaneto Jr. was a close second with a time of 1:15:03 followed by Marson Tarcelo with 1:20:18. In the distaff side, Mercy Taypok of University of Baguio finished third with a time of 1:38:30. And Gretchen Felipe followed with 1:49:32

A total of 25 men and 3 women passed the qualifying criteria for the 36th MILO Marathon National Finals

Official Race Result
3K Overall Results
5K Overall Results
10K Overall Results
21K Overall Results

Baguio was a host to more than 6,000 registered runners for MILO’s opening leg race in this year’s National MILO Marathon. Organizers are expecting a total of 200,000 runners through the 18 elimination legs in 17 cities to participate in the nationwide search for the best runners in the country today

500 school children from Baguio were given running shoes as a part of the “Help Give Shoes” advocacy of MILO which is currently on its third year of staging. Students from the Rizal Elementary School, Quirino Elementary School, Dona Josefa Elementary School, Mabini Elementary School, and Pine City Elementary School were the lucky beneficiaries. Andrew Neri, MILO Sports Executive, said MILO is donating another 10,000 shoes this year on top of the 14,200 count from the last 2 years

The 36th National MILO Marathon is made possible by Timex, the Bayview Park Hotel Manila and Reebok, along with partnerships with the Department of Education and the Philippine Olympic Committee. For more information on the race and its advocacy, visit the MILO marathon website or access the MILO Philippines fanpage on Facebook


About the National MILO Marathon
The National MILO Marathon is an annual marathon event open to amateur and professional runners. From its humble beginnings in 1974 as a single marathon race in Metro Manila attended by 747 participants, the National MILO Marathon has grown to be the biggest, longest, grandest national running event in the country attracting more than hundreds of thousands of runners across the country. The race is organized by RunRio, Inc

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