The race that started “time trials” in the country last year is now back to challenge you, “can you beat your time?” For those who started the challenge a year ago now is your time to show everyone the better you, but for those who missed their chance this is the right time to start gauging yourself. Of course I’m referring to the Mizuno Infinity Run—Never Settle.
The race is on April 11, 2010 at Bonifacio Global City, near the NBC Tent and features a 5K, 10K, and 15K leg with Open, Age, and “Beat Your Own Time” categories. Registration fee is P450 for 15K and P400 for 10K and 5K but if you joined last year’s event you get a P50 discount. Race packet includes a special edition Mizuno Infinity bag and a finisher’s shirt.
Here are the route maps: 15K, 10K, 5K Can you smell a new personal record?
But Wait! There’s More!
Carbo Loading Parties (CLPs) are usually held for marathons and even half-marathons, but for a 15K? Mizuno in partnership with Joey Pepperoni Global City is having their Carbo Loading Promo starting today, March 26, until tomorrow, March 27, 2010 where a group of three runners availing of Joey Pepperoni’s “Pasta All You Can” can get a bread basket or three bottomless iced tea free.
Mizuno still has a lot in store under its sleeves, among them are a run in Ortigas (yes, Ortigas!), the arrival of Mizuno trail shoes in the country, and a fun run in Tagaytay Highlands:
Mizuno Tagaytay Highlands Fun Run
When: April 25, 2010
Where: Tagaytay Highlands (starts at Saratoga, Midlands)
Distances: 3K and 5K road run; 10K road & trail run
Registration: March 15-April 15, 2010 at all Mizuno stores and Tagaytay Highlands Sports Club
Fees: P450 for all distances except for 10K which is P500 for non-members of Tagaytay Highlands, which includes a race pack, singlet, lunch, raffle prizes, and shirts to finishers.
For more details about the fun run call (046) 483 0848.
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The Mizuno Infinity Run sounds really fun man. Wish I were there to participate. Soon enough though, soon enough. I have decided to work myself up to ultras as I long for the endurance aspect of running, but shorter races are a blast. I can definitely see that running is really taking off in the PH. Take care.