29
Oct
09

Philippine International Marathon 2009: A Run for the Pasig River

The Philippine International Marathon 2009, a Run for the Pasig River to be held on November 08, 2009 is being managed by Gran Obra, Inc. under the supervision of Race Director Rudy Biscocho.

The event includes a marathon, marathon relay of 20 or 40 runners, 10K, 5K, and 3K races which have been approved and certified by the Philippine Amateur Track and Field Association (PATAFA) and will be carried out in accordance with the regulations and sanctions of the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF).  Water stations will be situated every 2 km from starting line to finish line according to the organizers.

Route

For everyone’s convenience I’ve rendered the text-based directional map into a visual one via Google Earth (unofficial):

Rough rendering of PIM Marathon Route (consult your race kit for the official route)

Registration

Registration fee for each individual runner is Php250 for all categories.  You may register for this race through the following:

Kapit Bisig Para Sa Ilog Pasig 3/F ELJ Building, Mother Ignacia Ave., Quezon City
ABS-CBN Foundation, Inc. Head Office Mother Ignacia Ave., Quezon City (Guard House)
Izod Boutiques SM City North Edsa
SM Mall of Asia
The Podium
Trinoma
Ayala Center, Cebu
Robinsons Place, Manila
Gateway Mall
Van Heusen Boutiques SM Megamall
SM Southmall
Gateway Mall
Greenhills, The Shop
Shangri-La Mall
Gold’s Gym Glorietta, Makati
Alabang
Robinson’s Galeria, Ortigas
Wilsons Greenhills
R.O.X. Running Store Bonifacio High Street, The Fort, Taguig City
Second Wind 88 Maginhawa St., Teacher’s Village, Quezon City

Race Packets Claiming

  • Registrants from September 1-30, 2009 may start claiming their race packets from October 17, 2009 until November 4, 2009
  • Registrants from October 1-15, 2009 may start claiming their race packets from October 24, 2009 until November 4, 2009
  • Registrants from October 16-30, 2009 may start claiming their race packets from October 31, 2009 until November 4, 2009

Race packets may be claimed in the same outlet/registration center where they submitted their registration form.

All unclaimed race packets after designated dates will be turned over to the Kapit Bisig Head Office, Mother Ignacia Ave., Quezon City with telephone nos. 416-1911 or 415-2272 loc 3797 and may be claimed on November 6, 2009.

Reminders

Here are some reminders from the organizers:

Assembly:

Km 0, Roxas Blvd.

Starting time:

42K (including relay): 4:30AM
10K, 5K, 3K: 6:00AM

Cutoff Time:

42K (including relay): 5 hours
10K: 1 hour, 30 minutes
5K: 1 hour
3K: 30 minutes

Parking:

Vehicle parking is available at T.M. Kalaw and the South drive of Quirino Grandstand.

Restrooms:

Portalets are located at the assembly area and at the finish area at the Quirino Grandstand.

Check-in service:

42K: South wing of the Quirino Grandstand
10K, 5K, 3K: South wing of the Quirino Grandstand and at the start area on Roxas Blvd.

Only clothing will be accepted for check-in. No bottles, coolers, or other items. We assume no responsibility for the items checked-in.

Finishing:

Upon crossing the finish line, you will be video recorded, timed, and directed into a chute where the barcode tag on your number WILL BE REMOVED.  Move through the chute as quickly as possible but do not pass other runners or transfer to other chutes or your time and the other runners will be displaced.  Please do not talk to the timers while the race is in progress as distraction can result to errors.  Please exit as soon as you are able.  To facilitate your exit you may remove the bar code tag yourself while in the chute and hand them over to the tag puller at the end of your chute.  Once you have passed through the finish area, do not return.  Be courteous and make room for other runners.


9 Responses to “Philippine International Marathon 2009: A Run for the Pasig River”


  1. 2009 October 29 at 10:12 AM

    Will be joining this event 🙂

  2. 2009 October 29 at 2:38 PM

    Hey dennis, nice for you to plot the previously “text only” race course. This saves me the trouble from having to do it myself. Would you be joining this one?

  3. 4 therunningninja
    2009 November 04 at 11:47 AM

    Dhenz stop waiting for the signs! Join na! Hahahahaha! (pa-pace nren) ehehhhe

    • 2009 November 04 at 12:34 PM

      I’ll be running this event as a pacer (unofficially of course) with target finish time of 4h 50m (6:52/km average pace). This may be a little slow for many (including you Sam) but this pace is targeted for debutantes aiming to finish within cutoff of 5h. To those wanting to do the same feel free to join me. 😀

      Good luck runners!

  4. 2009 November 06 at 3:09 PM

    dhenz u forgot to pass lambingan bridge. daan ka pa ng new panaderos then right sa jp rizal. not right on tejeron jprizal.

    • 2009 November 06 at 3:12 PM

      This map rendering is not official, it was based on text-based map issued before the official ones were distributed. This was just a guide to give you an idea on where the route goes. For official maps please consult your race kit.

  5. 2009 December 09 at 10:52 PM

    race results are not yet out after more than a month 😦


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