WINNERS of SMDC-QCIM3 Race Kits

The SMDC-QCIM free race packet promo is now CLOSED! Much as i want to accommodate all those who sent their answers, i could only accept the first 102 entries as i have already exceeded my limit of 75 race packets.

Those names listed in the comments below will be entitled to the free race packet. It turned out the the 42k race kits had already ran-out before noon today that we had to cancel late entries to this distance. We ask for your understanding if ever your 42k race kits have been downgraded to 21k.

  1. Sam The RunningNinja
  2. Edwin V Siojo
  3. Angustia Lintao
  4. Jay Orbeso
  5. dbron
  6. MAY M. MITRA
  7. Benjamin Pacheco
  8. Rosemarie Beltran
  9. Rene P. Abacan
  10. joebert dela rosa
  11. Joshua Nieva
  12. Carlo Molod
  13. Russel T. Hernandez
  14. Arnel Distor
  15. Randy Cabañero
  16. Allen Ryan Sevilla
  17. Rikki Suarez
  18. Erwin B. Ordonez
  19. Daniel Malangis
  20. Angela Mae T. Abad
  21. Ryan S. Castro
  22. Aileen Manat
  23. Angela Mae T. Abad
  24. Odie Cacho
  25. Michelle Luciano-Nibalvos
  26. Roy Nibalvos
  27. Cris C. dela Cruz
  28. Hamza Eshmael
  29. Aldrin S. Palacio
  30. Reginald Santos
  31. Jennybave B. dela Cruz
  32. Belle Unson
  33. Dennis S. Cruz
  34. Jinky SD. Cruz
  35. Luzel Maria G. Franco
  36. Jay Samson
  37. Abelardo C. Perez
  38. Mark Anthony Tibo-oc
  39. Marielle Ringais
  40. Elsa Lagumen
  41. joemar paras
  42. Daryll Eshan Ong
  43. Arianne D. Ramos
  44. Maureen Ivy B. Cosca
  45. Rommer Ryan D. Torres
  46. Jackie Gutierrez
  47. Joseph sibal
  48. Grace Jacosalem
  49. Mykel Gunay
  50. BabyRuth Vista
  51. Roderic Ortiz
  52. Wilford Lawrence Yu
  53. Pedro t. ratilla
  54. Harold Esteban
  55. Jayson Escobar
  56. StanleyNavarro
  57. Paul John Telan
  58. Vilmar Pacana
  59. Gerda Summerian L. Cuestas
  60. Rommel Caguioa
  61. emil rebaño
  62. Maurice Rafael G. Niñofranco
  63. Mary Gold dela Cruz
  64. Benedict de Jesus
  65. JOSE RAMIZARES
  66. Gerald A. Urbayan
  67. Jairuz Agang-ang
  68. Jonard Aries Gamboa
  69. Kristine Joy Cerame
  70. John P. Cuestas
  71. Jelieca Anne Gamboa
  72. Jay francis Estallo
  73. Takumi Reyes
  74. genisses tan
  75. Gerwin Dioneda
  76. Ruel C. Capuso
  77. Jeffrey Garcia
  78. Rudel Constantino Capuso
  79. Isabel anne villa mendoZa
  80. Marco Pelicano
  81. Kyvin Nucom
  82. CLARIDEL GUANSENG
  83. Jeffrey Garcia
  84. Raymund Joren A. Abacan
  85. nandy noble
  86. Francis Velarga TheOriginalFVV
  87. Maria Verzo
  88. Marilou De Guzman
  89. Philip Martinez
  90. Miguel De Guzman
  91. Joanne Uy
  92. Marilou Fortuna-De Guzman
  93. Oliver De Guzman
  94. Kaiser Jared Dela Cruz
  95. Rhozallino Ramones
  96. Erickson Martin
  97. Nancy Martin
  98. Jayson Forfieda
  99. elmo Antonio
  100. Gerald kristopher Ebina
  101. Gregorio Ebina

 

All will get their QCIM3 commemorative T-shirts but sizes are limited.

Claiming will be on Saturday, December 3, 2011 at the 3/F of Bahay Ng Alumni Bldg, UP Campus, Diliman, Q.C from 9:00am to 6:00pm.

Thank you so much and see you on Sunday for the 3rd SMDC-QCIM!

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The Jazzrunner is giving away FREE Race Packets for the 3rd SMDC-QCIM3 in the distance of your choice (5K, 10k, 21K and 42K).

To join, simply answer  following question:

“In 3 sentences or less, please tell me where your favorite running route is and why it is so.”

Readers should submit their names, address, contact no., e-mail address, distance to run and shirt size.

I will be giving away 75 race kits.

Entries should be received not later than 3:00PM, Friday, December 2, 2011.

Claiming of race packets will be on Saturday, December 3, 2011, 9am to 5pm at the 3/f, Bahay Ng Alumni Bldg, UP Diliman Campus, Quezon City.

Thank you!

Pacers For 21K QCIM3 Still Needed

The publicity and support group of the SMDC-Quezon City International Marathon3 (QCIM) are looking for additional volunteers to pace runners for the 21k distance this coming December 4, 2011. Only 21k pacers are needed as the 42k pacer slots have all been filled up.

The pacers will lead pace groups for the following finish times of 1:45, 2:00, 2:15, 2:30, 2:45 and 3:00 hours. Each time slot will have 2 or more pacers allocated. The “LEAD” pacer/s at the front of the pack and the “SWEEPER” pacer/s at the rear. The Lead Pacers will be setting the pace and the Sweeper Pacer will be on hand to offer support and encouragement to any runner who may be dropping off the pace.

The objective here is to be able to comfortably run the pace you have volunteered for and to be prepared to offer encouragement and motivate runners in your pack. Pacers shall be equipped with clearly identifiable time markers in a flag or baloon.

In exchange, all pacers will be entitled to the following:

1. A complimentary race packet will all race freebies included (T-shirt, race bib, timing chip, loot bags, etc.)

2. Pacers eligible for the Raffle draws (condo unit and other valuable prizes)

3. Special mention of his/her running club

4. Names of pacers and their time goal groups will be posted at the QCIM website

5. Acknowledge them before the race starts

All interested parties may contact me by e-mail and submit their credentials (no. of marathons, half-marathons ran, best times, etc.) at: runnerjazz@yahoo.com

Here is the full mechanics:

THE 3rd SMDC- QUEZON CITY INTERNATIONAL MARATHON

Mechanics and information for pacers:

Objectives:

· Lead runners across the finish line, at the same time achieving their target time goals;

· Lead the group. Pay attention to the overall group goal, not personal/individual goals;

· Look out for the welfare of all;

· Have FUN leading them across the finish line so they remember the QCIM as one great experience.

Important points for the Pacers:

  • Pacing duty is a big responsibility. So pacers must be fit and strong to run and pace a group, should have ran the 42K and 21k many times before, and must have a wealth of running experience to lead and pace a group effectively. Running a marathon or half-marathon is hard enough as it is; to run it at a different pace is even harder. And the challenge of pacing is to maintain consistency.
  • A pacer is a leader, coach, cheerleader, psychiatrist, etc. A good sense of humor will greatly help.
  • Ideal set up: pacer and a back up pacer in the same group.

Each time slot should have at least two (2) pacers allocated. The “Lead” pacer/s at the front of the pack and the “Sweeper” pacer/s at the rear. The Lead Pacer will be setting the pace and the Sweeper Pacer will be on hand to offer encouragement to any runners who may be dropping off the pace.

  • Participation in a pace group is free to all participants who will run the full 42 and 21k distance. .
    • The Pace Groups are: 1:45, 2:00, 2:15, 2:30, 2:45 and 3:00 .
  • Pacers should maintain an “even split,” which means that every kilometer will be run at approximately the same pace. A pace guide shall be provided to all pacers, and even the runners. Pacers must maintain their designated pace.
  • Pacers should meet with their group before the actual race so that an assessment of the group’s individual and collective capabilities and personalities can be done as soon as possible. That way the race day strategy can be drawn up. Pacers are encouraged to communicate their strategy as soon as possible and as clearly as possible.
  • Hydration and water station strategy must also be drawn up. Walking breaks can be encouraged right after the water stops especially for the slower groups (2:30 and up). However the runners must be told that after a walking break, the pace will have to pick up a bit in order to compensate for the walk and so that the time goal can be met. Also pacers should communicate regrouping instructions.
  • The names of the pacers and their time goal groups shall be posted in the QCIM website after confirmation with the pacers.
  • Other/additional/final instructions shall be issued before the race start.
  • Pacers shall be equipped with clearly identifiable time markers in a flag or balloons.
  • Pacers shall take up corral starting positions arranged with the faster groups in front in front with the slower groups taking up the rear positions.
  • About ten minutes before the start of the race final instructions shall be issued. This will include any adjustments being made to the pace due to course conditions. This shall also include back up and contingency measures. This is another great opportunity for the pacers to encourage questions from the runners they shall be leading.
  • Try to spot as early as possible those who have a difficult time keeping pace. Encourage them to fall back to the next group if they can’t really keep pace, or walk. Please do not risk the safety, health, or condition of the runner.