THE 2nd ANTIQUE MARATHON
RACE Date – November 15, 2015
Distances: 42K, 21K, 10K
The 2nd ANTIQUE MARATHON is a 3-town race in the province of Antique, Philippines. The province has a storied history, arresting landscape and exhilarating views. Its beautiful scenery and the centuries-old structures have attracted visitors from around the world for years.
The marathon will take off from the town of Sibalom and will pass through the capital town of San Jose de Buenavista and the historic town of Hamtic. The route is relatively flat which is friendly to first time marathoners. It consists of 37 km asphalt and concrete with a 5Km dirt, sand and aggregate road.
Now on its 2nd year, it is the biggest in Antique which takes place in a rural setting, and brings lots of opportunities for the towns people to showcase the best of their province. Runners will never run out of fresh air that flows from the nearby mountains, rice fields to the sea.
Participants will pass through historic sites in the province – the Pangpang bridge, the Evelio Javier Freedom Park, the place where Evelio B. Javier – the local hero of the province was gunned down in 1986 that triggered the start of EDSA Revolution. Also along the route is the Malay Settlement site believed to be the first settlement of the 10 Bornean Datus in the 13th Century.
Whatever your reasons for running, we invite you to join us on the start line and become part of this exciting athletic event. The 2nd Antique Marathon provides fantastic sights, challenges to suit various abilities, lots of fun, and the chance to achieve something memorable in one of the most iconic parts of the country.
LIMITED SLOTS ONLY
42K – 50 Slots
21K – 60 Slots
10K – 30 Slots
REGISTRATION is NOW OPEN!
Early Bird Registration – June 8 to September 6, 2015
42K – Php800.00
21K – php550.00*
10K – Php350.00*
* Early bird registrants for 21K and 42K will have a personalized race bib with their name printed on it.
Regular Registration – September 7 to October 30
42K – Php900.00
21K – Php650.00*
10K – Php450.00*
* Regular registrants for 21K and 42K will have a personalized race bib with their name printed on it.
Late Registration – November 2 – 13
42K – Php1,200.00
21K – Php750.00
10K – Php500.00
42K – 2:30AM
21K – 4:00AM
10K – 4:30AM
42K – 3:00AM
21K – 4:30AM
10K – 5:00AM
10K – Singlet, Race Bib and Certificate
21K – Singlet Race Bib, Finisher’s Shirt, Finisher’s Medal
42K – Singlet Race Bib, Finisher’s Shirt, Finisher’s Medal
• Top 3 for Male and Female Categories will receive a trophy
• We are still working out for the cash prizes
HOW TO REGISTER
We have 3 types of registrations:
Register online and pay using Paypal or Credit Card. Visit Webscorer.com http://www.webscorer.com/members/myracedetails?raceid=43274. Additional Php60.00 will be charged as processing fee.
Deposit registration fee thru Bank of the Philippine Islands
Acc. # 3056 4064 39
Acc. Name: Manuel Magbanua, Jr.
Email scanned deposit slip with your name and category to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Bring deposit slip upon claiming of race kit.
Evelio Javier Freedom Park
Malay settlement site
We have registration sites located at the following:
-Black & Yellow Carwash
Trade Town, Brgy. Dalipe, San Jose
Call/SMS: Mark (0926) 7168791
-ALM Party Needs
Fenete cor Maza St. Sibalom, Antique
Call/SMS: Boogie (0927) 7786286
For other Inquiries call/SMS:
Manie (0917) 7260899
Part of the race route
Visit and like: www.facebook.com/antiquemarathon for updates.
More on Antique:
If you’re searching for quiet shores, then Antique is for you. Charter a boat from Culasi to take you to hook-shaped Malalison Island. Its sparkling waters hug a powdery white-sand shore. Snorkel in Batabat Coral Reef, and you’ll see a bunch of fish and aquatic animals.
A local favorite is Malumpati Cold Spring, whose waters flow into the Bugang River. Get a cottage near the pool. This place is ideal for swimming and picnics.
Malumpati Cold Spring
Other good spots for diving and snorkeling in Antique include Batbatan Island off the coast of Culasi. This tropical island has natural caves and white-sand beaches. Maniquin Island, also called Hammerhead Island, is for divers. Then there’s uninhabited Nogas Island off the coast of Anini-y, which is a marine sanctuary with a beautiful stretch of frangipanis. Sira-an Hot Spring is a tiny sulfur pool overlooking the sea. The majestic white sand stretch of Seco Island is a sweet spot for kitesurfers.
Siraan Springs and Hot springs
Antique is also a place full of pristine falls. Go chase the seven-tiered Bugtong-Bato Falls in the wilderness of Brgy.Tuno, Tibiao. Its refreshing waters flow into a basin ideal for swimming. Hop into a kayak and paddle your way through the white water rapids of the Tibiao River. Enjoy swimming in the cold emerald basin of Pula Falls. In the town of Carawisan, you’ll find the towering Batwan Falls.
Scale up the peak of Igbaclag Cave, or take in a stunning view at the summit of Bato Cave in the town of La Union. Marvel at the lush mountains, green farmlands, and fields. Hike up Mt. Igtuog and catch a Rafflesia lobata in full bloom, if you’re lucky. The gigantic flower is endemic to the mountains of Antique and Iloilo, and is picky about blooming.
Rafflesia Lobata Flower
End the day by taking a hot bath in an enormous kawa. This vat was originally used by the locals for cooking brown sugar. But now it’s for your pleasure.