Friday, June 10, 2011

CamSur Marathon 2011

Race Results
Check out the Top 3 from each category here
Download the 42km overall result
Download the 21km overall result
Download the 10km overall result

Race Photos
Will be posted here as soon as it becomes available

Registration Fee
Local (Those that are residing in the Philippines)
PHP400 - 3km
PHP400 - 5km
PHP500 - 10km
PHP850 - 21km
PHP850 - 42km

International (Those that are residing outside the Philippines)
PHP2000 - 21km
PHP2000 - 42km

Registration Site
RUNNR - Bonifacio High Street
ROX - Bonifacio High Street

Registration Period
June 1 - August 30
1. Manila registration (ROX and RUNNR Stores in BHS) – extended until September 18, 2011
2. CamSur registration – extended until September 22, 2011
3. Online registration – will be re-opened and extended until September 18, 2011

Those who will register via the Manila registration sites: ROX and RUNNR and via ONLINE from September 12 to 18, race kits will have to be claimed at CWC, CamSur. Organizers will setup a race kit claiming area from September 22 to 24 

Online Registration
Local Participant (3km, 5km, 10km, 21km, 42km)
International Participant (21km, 42km)
Note: Race kit delivery fee (PHP125 - Metro Manila; PHP185 - Outside Metro Manila)

Singlet Design
singlet image courtesy of Rolly Pangilinan

Race Map / Race Route
race route from last year's camsur marathon

International Measurement Certificate

Rules and Regulations
1 Participants below 18 years old must have their entry form signed by a parent/guardian.
2 Race bib numbers and electronic timing chip must be worn at all times during the race. Bib numbers should be pinned in front of your running shirt. And chip must be attached to your shoes.
3 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.
4 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.

Electronic Timing Chip
Official time will be based on the disposable Champion Chip provided in the race packet. The chip must be secured by participants to their shoes prior to the race. No chip, no time. Without the chip, the participant is not qualified to win the prize.

Hotel Booking
Villa del Rey Capacity Rate
Villas 2 Php 7,950.00
Cabana 2 Php 3,450.00
Single Container 2 Php 3,250.00
Family Container 4 Php 7,000.00
Small Cabin 2 Php 4,450.00
Medium Cabin 2 Php 4,950.00
Large Cabin 3 Php 6,300.00
Tiki Huts 1 Php 1,950.00
Dwell 2 Php 5,500.00

Mansion Capacity Rate
Deluxe Double 2 Php 4,500.00
Executive Suite 2 Php 4,950.00
Family Suite 3 Php 6,300.00

The Avenue Plaza Hotel Capacity Rate
Superior Double 2 Php 5,550.00
Superior Twin 2 Php 5,750.00
Deluxe double 2 Php 6,850.00
Deluxe Twin 2 Php 7,100.00
Executive Suite 2 Php 9,995.00
Presidential Suite 2 Php 16,750.00

Villa Caceres Hotel Capacity Rate
Standard Single 1 Php 2,950.00
Standard double 2 Php 3,600.00
Executive Twin 2 Php 4,500.00
Executive Suite 2 Php 6,250.00
Family Suite 2 Php 6,400.00
Bridal suite 2 Php 8,250.00
Presidential Suite 2 Php 12,600.00
Group A 6 Php 6,800.00
Group B 8 Php 9,200.00

Liability Waiver and Race Agreement
I attest to being fully trained and physically/mentally fit to participate in the event and have full knowledge of the risks involved. I give my permission for the free use of my name(s), photos and/or voice in any broadcast, telecast, print material or any other material in any medium of this event

In consideration of being permitted to participate, I for myself, our heirs, executor and administrators do hereby waive and release forever any and all rights, claims and damages, I may have against the event organizers, sponsors, volunteers, race officials and all participants involved with this event.

1 What is the date of the 2011 CamSur Marathon?
The 2011 CamSur Marathon will be held on Sunday, September 25, 2011

2 What do I do if I cannot participate once I have registered?
Unfortunately numbers are non-transferable and entry fees are non-refundable and non-transferable. You may not give your number to someone else.

3 Are headphones permitted?
Although the CamSur Marathon discourages the use of iPods and headphones, they are allowed. As most valuable items such as jewelry, cellular phones, and laptops, are discouraged from being brought to the event.

4 Can I run the race as an unofficial or “bandit” runner?
No, please do not run if you have not officially entered in the race. Race amenities along the course and at the finish, such as fluids, medical care, and traffic safety, are provided based on the number of official entrants. Any addition to this by way of unofficial participants, adversely affects our ability to ensure a safe race for everyone.

5 Where are the portalets and water stations? How many are there?
There will be 120 portalets all over the site during the race. Drinking water will be provided at the finish line and at every 2.5km.

6. What if I need medical attention?
First, please have clearance from your doctor before you run. Second, train yourself sufficiently for the event. Third, do not over exert yourself beyond your fitness level during the run. Lastly, be sure to properly hydrate yourself before, during and after the event.

There will be medical stations at certain points throughout the race and at the finish line. Medical teams will be ready to attend to emergencies that may occur during the race.

7. Is there anything else to do in CamSur after the Marathon?
CWC, the host venue, is a unique watersports park designed for wakeboarding, wakeskating and waterskiing. For beginner riders to the professional wakeboarders and skiiers from all over the world, CWC offers a 6-point cable ski system, coupled with restaurants, sand bars, spas, pro-shop and grand stands to hold guests. Riders can also enjoy their favorite water sports at night as the park will be equipped with spotlights that allow for it even to be open on evenings

Lago del Rey is a facility expected to be fit for royalty as its name infers will however offer very affordable wholesome family watersports entertainment including giant water slides, aqua wall climbing, water polo, water volleyball, kayaking, aqua obstacle course, paddle surfing, boat-towed wakeboarding and skiing, dragonboating and, of course, pure and simple

Camsur Skate Park
The Camsur Skate Park is open to the public and is currently free. All you need to do is to sign the waiver and you’re ready to skate. It features a 6 ft. half pipe, transitions and some street style stuff.

Swimming Pool
Getting a little too hot for your liking? Well, splash around in the swimming pool and cool yourself off. Swimming is a great exercise and a lot of fun! Remember to take out your valuables before jumping in!

8 What is the climate like in CamSur?
March to May is hot and dry. June to October is rainy. November to February is cool.
Average temperatures: 78°F / 25°C to 90°F / 32°C
Humidity: 77%

9 Where can my family and friends cheer and assist me?
There will be a spectator zone where your family and friends may cheer and assist you.

10 When can I claim my race kit?
Race kits are given upon registration.

For online registration – race kits will be delivered within 5 working days after registration
For international participants – race kits may be claimed only at CWC from Sept. 19-24, 2011

Getting To and Around CAMSUR
From Manila
By Land
Take a bus for an approximately 8-hour ride to Naga Central Business District Terminal near SM Naga
By Air
Domestic-route plane for a 45-minute trip to Naga (Pili) Airport

From Naga City
Air-conditioned vans are available to take passengers to Caramoan for P85. Travel time is approximately 1.5 hours; or take a public jeepney plying the Naga-Sabang route to Sabang port, which is cheaper by at least P10. Approximate travel time is 2 hours

From Sabang Port
There are small boats (banca) that transport passengers to Guijalo port in Caramoan for P120. Approximate travel time is between 1.5 to 2 hours. The boat schedules start at 5 am until before lunchtime. Special rental boat to take you from Guijalo port to Caramoan can be arranged for P3,500.
A provincial government-owned and subsidized catamaran is currently made available – free of charge – to transport visitors coming from Nato Port to Guijalo Port for a faster 1 hour and 15 minutes ride

From Guijalo port to Caramoan
Take a public jeepney or tricycle for P15. Approximate travel time is 15 minutes; from Caramoan to Gota Beach, fare is P20

Note: For tours around the beach areas, a boat can be rented out for whole-day island hopping (from morning until 4 pm to as late as 6 pm). An 8-to 10 person capacity, 8-meter outrigger boat that runs on a 16-HP motor can be hired for P1,700; while a smaller, 6-meter boat that runs on a 5-HP motor and can carry 2 to 4 passengers, is pegged at P1,200

Secretariat Contact Details
2nd Flr. Bldg. 11, Lafuerza Compound, 2241 Don Chino Roces Ave., Makati City 1231 Philippines

Email Address:
For race details, pls. call +632 703 1736


Daves said...

(CamSur Marathon 2011) registration got extended =)

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