Enervon Activ 226 Bohol Triathlon: December 6, 2014

Bike King, the organizers of the Tri United Triathlon series will be staging once again this year’s Enervon Activ 226 Bohol Triathlon on December 6, 2014 at the world class Bellevue Bohol Resort in Panglao, Bohol. The Bohol 226 has been running for a while now making it one of the most anticipated triathlon event in the country at present.

This is definitely the one to do if you want to venture further and experience racing the full distance with an organization that is very well experienced, fully supported by able volunteers and one of the best in terms of delivery and preparedness.

Enervon Activ 226 Bohol Triathlon
December 6, 2014
Panglao, Bohol, Philippines
3.8Km Swim / 180Km Bike / 42Km Run

Registration Fee:

  • Aug 1 to 31 – P12,000.00
  • Sept 1 to Sept 30 – P15,000.00
  • Oct 1 to Oct 15, 2014 – P18,000.00

Race Start: 7:00AM.
Swim cut off: 2:20 hours
Bike cut off: 10:30 hours
Run cut off: 17 hours

REGISTRATION REMINDERS

  • Registration and payment may only be done online.  Log on to http://bikekingphilippines.com/ to register and to pay via PayPal/Credit Card. Payments will not be accepted at any payment center.
  • Deadline for registration is October 15, 2014 or until slots last
  • Registration deadline is subject to change depending on slot availability
  • Registration fees are non-transferable
  • Refund Policy:
    • Athletes confirmed in the race who wish to withdraw, must do so in writing by emailing the race office.  Email: registration@bikekingphilippines.com.
    • It is the athlete’s responsibility to ensure the race office has received any communication. Upon confirmation of this request, athletes are eligible for a partial refund as follows:
      • Any requests received on or before August 31, 2014 will be eligible for a 50% refund.
      • Any requests received after August 31, 2014 will not be eligible for a refund unless there is a wait list and the cancelled slot can be passed on to a wait listed participant.
    • If you do not receive a response from the race office within 5 calendar days from request, it should be assumed that it has not been received and you should contact us again by sending another email to registration@bikekingphilippines.com.

Online registration link: www.bikekingphilippines.com

Aerial view of the swim leg

RACE CATEGORIES

  • Male Age Group (18-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50 and above). This may change based on actual registration. If less than 10 participants in an age group, that AG may be combined with another AG at the sole discretion of the Race Director.
  • Female Age Group (Top 3 female)
Enervon Activ 226 Bohol Triathlon
Press Release

Enervon Activ 226 Bohol Triathlon rolls out in Panglao, Bohol on December 6. Limited slots available for the country’s longest triathlon; Registration is now open! As early as now, triathletes are already ticking off the first weekend of the last month of the year for the much-awaited Enervon Activ 226 Bohol Triathlon.

Dubbed as the country’s longest triathlon, the 226 race will cover 3.8km swim-180km bike-42km run along scenic routes in Panglao, Bohol on December 6. Enervon Activ 226 Bohol Triathlon is being put together by premier multisport events’ organizer Bike King. Slots for the first-of-its-kind race will be limited, thus interested participants are encouraged to register early.

Bellevue Bohol Resort, site of the Enervon Active 226 Triathlon

Online registration has started and will last until October 15, 2014 or until slots last. “We are expecting around 120 participants, mostly top long-distance elite and age-group triathletes. It will be a small and intimate kind of race compared to the other triathlon races that we organize like the Tri United series,” said Raul Cuevas of Bike King.

The race will be held at the world-class Bellevue Bohol Resort. Bike King is the also the organizer of the Tri United Series, the second leg of which (Tri United 2) was held early this month on July 6 and was participated by a record 750 triathletes. Next up, before the Bohol race, is the Active Health Duathlon in Porac, Pampanga—SCTex. According to Cuevas, it has been quite a while since local triathletes competed in a full triathlon distance race.

The first Iron-Distance race in the Philippines was held in Matabungkay, Batangas in 2002, also organized by Bike King. “There is really a clamor for this because it is every triathlete’s dream to someday finish an Iron-Distance triathlon. We want to give the Filipino triathlete the opportunity to realize that dream at Enervon Activ 226. It takes commitment, dedication and mental toughness to finish this kind of race,” added Cuevas.

Race proper for Enervon Activ 226 Bohol Triathlon will be on December 6 at 7am. Race kit pickup and briefing as well as bike check-in will be held the day before, on December 5. Cut off times will be observed during the race, it will be as follows: 2:20 hours for the swim; 5:30pm for the bike; and 17 hours to finish the race.

A race expo will be held simultaneous where products of sponsors will be showcased and sold. For race registration and details, please visit unilabactivehealth.com or www.bikekingphilippines.com/enervonactiv226.

Sofitel Manila Half-Marathon Recap

Last Sunday morning, teammate Chito and i drove to the Mall of Asia to run the Sofitel Manila Half-Marathon. Turns out to be a large size half-marathon race as we were able to managed to be near the middle of the 200 meter long line of runners!

It’s Coach Rio’s familiar, easy course that started along Seaside Blvd., proceeding to Macapagal Ave. that took us along Roxas Blvd for the most part of the route before ending back at Seaside Blvd. I couldn’t run my normal pace as my acid reflux issues are still bugging me but was able to treat this as an LSD run together with husband and wife team, both Doctor-runners, Doc Elvis and Doc Evelyn.

I’ve been running exclusively in trail races lately, but any road race organized by Coach Rio guarantees a great race event and i didn’t want to pass this up so it’s back to lacing my road shoe and it was good to be back on concrete. There were kilometers markers along the way, tons of water, Gatorade in quantity and big, ripe bananas towards the last few kilometers of the run.

Tech shirt and medal

Runners couldn’t have asked for better weather as the weather gods might have been looking down upon Roxas Blvd (overcast, moderate, with nary a drizzle). Had the race taken place the day before or after with the heat of the sun or heavy downpours, it would’ve made for one miserable day.

I bumped into Docs Elvis and Evelyn after the 1st turn-around point at Roxas Blvd and  the good doctors were employing the Galloway method where we did 3 to 4 minutes of running followed by 1 minute of walking then repeat. I felt less fatigued and allowed me just to concentrate and enjoy the revelry of greeting running friends along the course.

With Doc Elvis and Doc Evelyn at the 20th km mark

It’s hard enough not to enjoy running along this route with thousands of other half-marathon runners and it’s one of the best road race i’ve had in a while. There were some swags given from tents you line up to and get this nice dri-fit shirt which was cool to change into after running 21 kilometers!

Looking forward to running this event again next year! Thanks to Doc Elvis and Doc Evelyn for the wonderful company!

No hurry! 200 meters before the finish line

Doc Evelyn and Elvis Ponce

Dash to the finish

Condura Skyway Marathon 2015: Feb. 1, 2015

 

I did the half in 2013 and i have to say that it was one of the best 21k ever for me that year! Long, straight challenging route, very good organization, plenty of aid stations, no traffic intersections and the lack of scenery did not hurt my impression of the event either.

When the organizers canceled the Condura Skyway Marathon (CSM) early this year for reasons that remain unclear, many runners including myself were a bit disheartened when we have looked forward in running this race again last February. No doubt, it was one of the most anticipated races in our calendars and one that would enable you to run on the Skyway, so seeing this canceled because of alleged reasons beyond their control, despite the favorable reviews given to it had cast some doubt if the race was sustainable for the organizers.

But fret not! Next February 1, 2015, CSM will have about 15,000 runners trooping back the starting line at Filinvest City in Alabang signaling a new beginning for the country’s only Skyway marathon.

They have returned

From the CSM 2013 Race

Condura Skyway Marathon Run for a Hero 2015 all set for February 1, 2015!

(Press Release)

The wait is over for the Premier Marathon event in the country, Condura Skyway Marathon, one of the biggest and most anticipated marathon events of the Philippines goes back to the starting line for its seventh edition, on Sunday, 1 February 2015 in Filinvest City, Alabang.

Expecting a huge field of about 15,000 runners from all over the Philippines and other parts of the world, this premier racing event will again be the perfect opener to a season of active and healthy lifestyle.

RACE DETAILS

Condura Skyway Marathon: Run For A Hero 2015

When:   February 1, 2015 (Sunday)
Where:   Filinvest City, Alabang, Muntinlupa
Race categories:   42k / 21k/ 10k/ 6k
Race owner:   Condura Skyway Marathon
Beneficiary:  HERO Foundation
Target registration:   Limited to 15,000 runners only

Race Fees and Inclusions:

  • 42K   –  P 2,000.00
  • 21K   –  P 1,700.00
  • 10K   –  P 1,000.00
  •    6k   –  P     900.00

Inclusive of : Technical Race Shirt, D-Tag Timing, Donations, Finisher’s Medal.

21k and 42k Finishers will get an extra Finisher’s Shirt

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CSM2015-Technical Shirt

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CSM2015-Finishers’ Medals

BENEFICIARY

Organized by Condura Skyway Marathon’s Founder and Chief Organizing Officer, Ton Concepcion, and its running ambassador, Patrick Concepcion.
This year’s race is dubbed – RUN FOR A HERO

This year’s beneficiary will be Hero foundation – we will send kids to school.
Find out more about the Hero Foundation at www.herofoundation.com.ph
“We can be heroes for a day” – Ton Concepcion

REGISTRATION:

For Credit Card Payments:

1. Register online at http://www.conduramarathon.com
2. Pay via the PayPal gateway using your credit card. A PhP200 processing fee will be charged for all credit card registrants. A confirmation email will be sent out as proof of successful registration.

3. For local runners, your race kit will be delivered to your registered delivery address from 03 November 2014 to 30 November 2014. Ensure your availability to receive your race kit.

For international runners, race kit redemption will be from 28 January 2015 to 31 January 2015. Details to be announced.

Prepaid Card:

1. Buy your CSM 2015 Prepaid Card at the nearest participating Asics Shop. Prepaid cards will be sold only on cash-basis.
2. Register online at http://www.conduramarathon.com. Enter the unique code found at the back of your
prepaid card when prompted. A confirmation email will be sent out as proof of successful registration.
3. Claim your race kit from the Asics shop where you bought your prepaid card starting 15 January to
25 January 2015. When claiming, present a print-out of the confirmation email. Strictly no print-out, no race kit.

Participating Asics Shops:
Asics Greenbelt 3 G/F Greenbelt 3, Makati City
Asics Two Parkade Bonifacio High Street Central, Taguig City
Asics Trinoma Level 2, Trinoma Mall, Quezon City
Asics Fairview, 2nd Level, Ayala Fairview Terraces, Quezon
City
Asics Ayala Cebu Level 2, Ayala Center, Cebu City
Asics Centrio, Level 1, Centrio Mall, Cagayan de Oro
Asics Solenad Solenad 2, Sta. Rosa, Laguna

Sponsors:

The Condura Skyway Marathon: Run for a Hero 2015 is presented by co-title sponsors Condura and Skyway, presenting sponsor Asics, official venue sponsor Filinvest City.

Visit the official website www.conduramarathon.com and like us on Facebook
https://www.facebook.com/conduramarathon for more details.

Official Hashtag: #ConduraSkywayMarathon

Salomon City Trail Manila 2014

The historic walled city of Intramuros has lately become the venue of choice for various road races which is good news to runners wanting a fresh change of scenery. A fun run, the Color Blast Run will be held here on September 21 but before that would be the highly anticipated SALOMON City Trail run on September 7, 2014.

The Salomon City Trail Run, which has its roots and maiden runs in various cities in Europe now comes to Manila and what better venue to hold its inaugural run than in Manila’s oldest district, the “Walled City”, famous for its nearly 6-kilometer circuit of massive stone walls and fortifications that almost completely surrounds the entire district.

Salomon’s City Trail brings the trail running spirit to people who dream of running in the mountains, but live in the city. It involves running in different surfaces within the city like pathways, roads, sidewalks, alleyways, bridges, stairs, tunnels, etc. Intramuros perfectly exemplifies this venue as a gate to various walls, gardens and other fortifications.

SALOMON CITY TRAIL: INTRAMUROS

When:   September 7, 2014 (Sunday)
Where:   Intramuros, Manila
Race categories:   6k / 12k
Race owner:   Salomon Philippines/Primer Group of Companies
Target registration:   500 to 1,000 runners only

REGISTRATION FEES:

6K —  P900.00

12k — P1,200.00

GUN START:  4:00PM

Inclusive of : Dri-Fit Salomon City Trail Race Singlet, Race Bib, Timing Chip, City Trail Cap, Entrance Fees to Fort Santiago and Puerta De Isabelle II, Post Race Meal pack. 12k Finishers will get a Finishers’ Medal.

*Top three male and female winners per distance will be awarded with R.O.X. gift certificates, Salomon products, and other freebies. Salomon items and products from sponsors will also be given away to lucky participants on the day of the event.

Registration Venues:

Claiming of race Kits:

ROX – 3rd Floor, Bonifacio High Street, Taguig City ( August 30 – September 5, 2014)

The Salomon City Trail in Intramuros will bring runners to main landmarks like Fort Santiago, Palacio Del Governador, Baluarte De San Diego, Manila Metropolitan Cathedral, Puerta De Isabel II, Baluarte De Dilao, Revellin De Recolletos, the Balluartillo De San Jose and San Agustin Church, among many others.

Ayuntamiento

Baluarte De San Diego

Fort Santiago

Plaza San Luis Complex

Manila Cathedral

One of the entrances

Palacio Del Gobernador

SALOMON CITYTRAIL MANILA 2014

Whether you run for the thrill of it, to stay fit of healthy, or both, get ready for a more enjoyable running routine as Salomon promotes Citytrail running, inspired from its mountain trail running heritage. Alongside the launch of Salomon’s Citytrail products, the brand is happily prepping to host the first-ever event in the Philippines following its success in different countries including the U.S., and select countries in Europe and Asia such as Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong, and Taiwan.

After much deliberation, the Salomon Citytrail Manila is set to launch on September 7, 2014 at Intramuros, Manila.

The oldest city in the Philippines, The Walled City was deemed perfect for an adventure run that will not only be challenging and exciting with its dynamic urban landscape, but rich with culture and heritage as well. Even more enticing is the fact that the race starts at 4PM, which means the runners will experience all these amid the Manila sunset –the best time to explore and absorb the old fortress.

The sunset run is set to target at least 500 participants made up of adventure seekers, road runners, weekend warriors, fitness buffs, and trail running enthusiasts. Divided into two categories of 12km and 6km, the course will not be a conventional road run and will include challenges such as climbing stairs, crossing bridges, and clambering ramps around the Walled City.

Foot strikes on different surfaces, ascends on bridges and stairs will stimulate trail running skills while rediscovering Philippine heritage and culture. Salomon brand ambassadors, Philippine Sky Runners & Suunto Athletes will be the assigned to selected areas to marshal and guide the participants in the running tour. The cutoff time for the whole race is two hours.

The registration will be open from August 1 to August 29 at the Salomon stores and August 30 to September 5 at R.O.X. Bonifacio High Street. Participants may also register online ( http://www.runnersrunner.com/2014sctp/).

The fee is P900 and P1,200 respectively for the 6km and 12km categories. All registrants will get a race bib, timing chip, Salomon Citytrail singlet, Citytrail cap, post race meal and a historical running tour of Intramuros City. 12km finishers will get a Citytrail Finisher’s medal.

Top three male and female winners per distance will be awarded with R.O.X. gift certificates, Salomon products, and other freebies. Salomon items and products from sponsors will also be given away to lucky participants on the day of the event.

Fortunately, participants need not to worry because substantial parking spaces will be made available within the venue. Plus, a baggage counter will be situated within the Start/Finish area in Fort Santiago where race participants may leave their belongings.

Salomon Citytrail Manila is a green run as it promotes sustainability and environmental preservation. No disposables will be given throughout the race course. Gatorade dispensers and water jugs will be stationed around the road areas of Intramuros City.

In line with Salomon’s campaign to “Elevate Your Run”, it is through the Citytrail event and its latest Citytrail footwear that Salomon aspires to introduce Citytrail running as an urban alternative to trail running.

A global event meant to entice everyone to “Elevate Your Run”, Citytrail running is all about being creative and imaginative when it comes to making your own trails in the city. It involves making use of the different surfaces within the city like pathways, roads, sidewalks, alleyways, bridges, stairs, et cetera to keep the experience exciting and more challenging.

(Press Release)

Color Blast Run Goes To Intramuros: September 21, 2014

FUN RUNNERS! This is a must do event for you!

The COLOR BLAST Run Philippines which previously held its series in Lucena and Tayabas in Quezon province, is now bringing this wholesome family fun run event in the historic walled enclave of Intramuros, Manila on September 21, 2014!

If you haven’t been on one of the similar Color Runs previously held elsewhere, you’ll be on for a treat as the incremental powder blasts at various stages along the route is amazingly super fun and feels like a gigantic powdery rainbow party!

This event though promises to be more energetic and colorful, and the happy vibe lingering in Intramuros would come alive as the volunteers would not only spray powder but cheer for you as well.

A street in Intramuros

COLOR BLAST RUN INTRAMUROS

When:   September 21, 2014 (Sunday)
Where:   Intramuros, Manila
Race categories:   3k / 6k
Race owner:   Global Excellence and Events Promotion
Beneficiary:  Project PEARLS*
Target registration:   Limited to 2,000 runners only

*Project Pearls is an outreach Feeding Program, Scholarship Program and quarterly Medical Mission in Ulingan, Tondo, Manila.

REGISTRATION FEES:

3K or 6KP — P650.00 only

Inclusive of : Dri-Fit Race Shirt, Race Bib, Powder Packs, Finisher’s Medal and Finisher’s Certificate

Dri-Fit Race Shirt

Registration Venues:

  • A Runners Circle (ARC) Running Shop: Unit H, Aloha Hotel, 2150 Roxas Boulevard, cor. Quirino Avenue, Manila
  • Olympic Village – Robinsons Malate, Manila
    Olympic Village – Megamall
  • Affini Tea : College of St. Benilde and Centro Escolar University
  • Lyceum of the Philippines, Central Student Government Office (LYCESGO)

Another view of the street

The Manila Cathedral, one of the most famous landmarks in Intramuros

This is one great concept of fun runs and get splashed on by color at different sections of the route.  The color they throw on you is edible and safe, just a little powdery. Organizers will make sure to make it the most exciting color fun run ever which will keep you up your toes until the finish.

They might even give you a packet of color to save at the end for the grand finale to throw up in the air, which is awesome!

Save up for this date and see you on September 21!

With representative of Project Pearls, the race’s beneficiary

 

Pimco 2X Trail Run: A Short Race Recap

“Go fast enough to get there but slow enough to see”.

Borrowing this quote from Ashley’s FB timeline, this may well be the gist of our 24k trail run yesterday in Sampaloc, Tanay where we savored the views along the route but mindful still of finishing fast and strong.

The trails over the 2X Trail run offered a surprising level of challenge, and while there’s nothing too extreme (crossing the rivers went smooth), there’s not too many trail runners who can make it through the whole route without clipping out.  I had to stop a couple of times to catch my breath while walking on those steep hills and nearly stumbling a few times while maneuvering around rocks embedded under the river.

The scenery changes every few minutes. Waterfalls, mountain views, rivers, hills galore, beasts of burden, open fields, single track trails, mountain ridges and a thousand different types of tress – this trail route has it all! This is about as good as it gets for trail running and this race in particular where we really had so much fun; challenging course, just enough water to fill-up the gaps in our water bottles, a coconut juice station and amazing views!

Now to the race itself..

The starting line was low-key, no race arch nor big banners, just two twin posts and a white floor marker in between that showed where the start was and it was just at the doorstep of the Sampaloc Inn Hotel, a major sponsor of the run. Some runners said it was warm but i didn’t feel that way at all.

Gun went off at exactly 5:00 am for the mass start of both the 24k and 12k runners which i would estimate to be a hundred people or less. Although it was still dark, we had cool air, overcast skies with very forgiving temperatures pretty much the whole way through and even the sunlight towards late morning was bearable.

I started out slowly with running buddy Jun, Ashley Dimanlig, a strong trail runner, trail habitue James Yap Lim and later, Ricky Francisco. This was the group i would be running with from start to end.

With Ashley and Jun before the start of the race

Ashley ascending at the top of a hill before day break

We started along the right lane of the main highway, turned right into a residential area after about 400 meters then passed through market stalls, another residential street before descending into a wooden bridge on the way to the trails.

After this wooden bridge, it was trails galore

The trails could have been marked a little better. My group over-shot a mark when the leading runners were coming back from a downhill portion, apparently lost too, just 1.5 kms after the start. We back-tracked a bit and found our way back through a poorly marked uphill climb and we were all now following the leading runners. There were a few inclines at the early stages that were a bit more difficult than expected (a precursor of more difficult climbs to come) but it was all worth it!

“Always rely on the markers because the person in front of you may not know where they are going”.

Not when the markers are pointing in the wrong direction!

A funny thing happened when we were about 4kms into the trails.  We reached a “Y” junction that was manned by two young gay marshals, their lips glowing with bright red lipsticks, heavy make-up and all, who were emphatically telling us to turn left, as it was the correct route. It seemed that earlier, they had inadvertently turned the arrow marker (located beside them) to point to the right side road which the leading runners followed as they thought was the right route!

The blunder was only discovered when other marshals, who were stationed a kilometer away after the junction, were worried why no runners had emerged towards them when the first batch should have passed through their station half an hour earlier.  At this point, more than half of the 12 and 24k runners have already entered the wrong way! Imagine our laughter when these two poor kids told us their blooper and the predicament they were in! Hahah…

Since the route is a loop, all the runners who followed the wrong way took it to themselves to continue the run, to run in reverse of the course since they were way too far to turn back (more laughter)!

When we reached the next water station after the junction, our amazement were further heightened when Ricky Francisco, a 12k runner who was ahead of us by a minute was told by people manning the station that we were the first 24k runners who have reached their post! Funny as it seem, with our “run the flats-walk the hills-sprint the downhills” scheme, the five of us were now technically leading the race! LOL!

“On the trails, any which way you go is always the right way”!

Like the rest of the group, i was walking most of the uphills which were more pronounced during the last stages of the run. And there were a few instances that when Ashley stopped in front of me,  my legs stopped moving too for a moment before having to spur myself onwards when she began to start again. Usually, these were on uphills that we were summitting non-stop but we would compensate by attacking all downhills.

Our group finished the race a few minutes of each other with Ashley and myself crossing the finish line together. My thighs were painfully bruised and throbbing from the relentless uphills but still, it was a great trail run and no matter which direction you run, clock-wise or otherwise, it isn’t where you came from, it’s the journey that counts!

Here’s the rest of the story, in pictures..

The group was “hysterical” upon learning that we were the front runners!

With Ashley

The first ones to partake the fresh coconut juice!

Towards the next mountain peak

Ashley and Ricky

Jun crosses the river and going over to the other peak

Despite sore ankles, Ashley seems to attack the hills

This is where we were told to turn-around at the second mountain. Many of the 24k runners failed to reach this place

Runners we met up doing the reverse route. Despite the confusion, they were all smiles and content

This is James Lim crossing one of the many rivers

By far the most difficult river crossing because of its swift current and depth

In front of a rock formation

Walking the uphills

Running the straights. Inside the Macaira trails

Some trails were perpendicular to a river

Nice trails inside Macaira

 

Run United Philippine Marathon 2014 All Set

 

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I can’t say enough good things about the Run United Philippine Marathon, having ran the 42k distance the last 2 years. Amazing race support, more than enough hydration stations, adequate medical aid, bling medals, nice finishers’ shirts and a lot more! And it’s happening again on October 5, the last of the trilogy series for this year.

To those running the 42k, it you ran the 32k RU2 a few months ago, the route will more or less be the same, starting and ending at the Mall of Asia this time instead of KM O. It will pass along the major thoroughfare of Roxas  Blvd and proceed again to Cavitex and back.

Looking back, the past marathons i ran here were all memorable and this final race of Unilab should not be missed!

Here’s the heads-up of the marathon in full:

The 2014 Run United Philippine Marathon will be held on October 5, 2014 with Growee 500m, Enervon HP 10km, Alaxan FR 21km and Enervon Activ 42km race categories. All categories will have a start and finish at the Seaside Boulevard, Mall of Asia.

Registration Schedule:

Reg

PREPAID CARD SELLING VENUES:
In-venue registration to be held at Greenfield District Central Park, Mayflower St. Greenfield District, Mandaluyong City from 11:00 AM to 9:00 PM August 15 to 17 only.

In-store purchase of the prepaid cards will be available at the following stores, from 12:00NN to 8:00PM Monday to Sunday starting August 22, 2014.

  • RUNNR Store BGC, B1 Bonifacio High St. The Fort, Taguig City
    Toby’s Galleria
  • 3F Robinson’s Galleria, EDSA cor. Ortigas Ave., Ortigas Center, Pasig City
  • Toby’s SM North, SM North – The Block G/F, North Ave. cor. EDSA Quezon City
  • Toby’s MOA, SM Mall of Asia, G/F Entertainment Hall, Roxas Blvd, Manila

Registration Fees:

Inclusion

Note: Additional P200 will be charged for race kit delivery for Online & Prepaid card registrants: P150 delivery & processing fee & P50 web admin fee.

RaceKit Delivery SkedFOR RACE EXPO and IN-STORE REGISTRANTS: complete race kit will be given upon registration for runners participants. Singlet sizes will be on a first-come, first-served basis. No additional fees will be applied.

ASSEMBLY AND GUN START TIMES:

Gun StartREMINDERS:

  • Registration is on a first-come, first served basis, and may end earlier than the announced deadline. Race slots may run out before September 14, 2014.
  • Runner participants who register at the stores will receive their complete race kit upon purchase. A Valid ID must be presented upon registration.
  • Those who will be registering for their friends must buy a prepaid card. The singlet will be given upon purchase of the prepaid card. The rest of the race kit shall be delivered.
  • Singlet and finisher’s shirt size availability will be on first-come, first-served basis.
  • Singlet and finishers shirt sample sizes will be available for fitting at the registration centers.
  • D-Tag will be provided to every participant to get the runner’s accurate time result and must be surrendered to claim the finisher’s item after the race.
  • No BIB, No D-TAG, NO RACE.

RACE RESULTS:
 Race results will be available within three (3) days after the race at the following websites:www.unilabactivehealth.com and http://www.runrio.com.
 Timing and Race Results: feedback@runrio.com

CONTACT DETAILS:
For online and in-store registration inquiries:
 Landline (+632) 703 1736 or (+632) 463 4814
 Mondays to Fridays, 9am to 5pm only, except holidays.

EXCEED YOURSELF. GEAR UP FOR THE 2014 RUN UNITED PHILIPPINE MARATHON

Get a chance to own your very own Active Health branded limited edition Run United Philippine Marathon FORTIVS-S singlets and kits when you participate in the 2014 Run United Philippine Marathon. These special items will forever serve as your badges of participation in this prestigious run where you are encouraged to continuously train and become a better version of yourself.

RACE KIT:
The Run United Philippine Marathon race kit will contain the following: singlet, 3 pieces of Enervon Activ, bib number, D-tag, Active Health Sun Visor and wrist tags (only for Growee 500m dash participants). Complete race kit will be delivered for online registration and singlet will be given for pre-paid card purchase. For in-venue and in-store registration of “actual runners” complete race kit will be received upon registration. Singlet and finisher’s shirt sizes (for 21km and 42km registrants) will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. Singlet and finishers shirt sizes will be available for fitting at the registration centers.

SINGLET:

Singlet 42
ACTIVE HEALTH VENTILATION BAG & SUN VISOR

Visor

Loot

 

POST-RACE KITS:

FINISHERS SHIRT (for 21km & 42km Finishers only)

 

Finisher Shirt

Singlet and 42k Finishers shirt

 

FINISHERS MEDAL (for 21km & 42km Finishers only):

Medals