My TNF100 2016 Chronicles would not be complete without the stories behind the scenes, before and after the race. This is also where I got to look back at the event and note my observations and lessons learned.
It was 2010 when The North Face 100 (TNF100) was first staged in Baguio. It was also the last time I joined. This year, they’re returning to Baguio—and so am I! And this is my story.
[Press Release] Boundaries. They’re made to be broken. This is the mantra of those who never stop exploring and pushing themselves to their limits. This is the mantra of the participants of the TNF 100 2016.
It’s been six years since I’ve last ran TNF100 which was then also held in Baguio. I did the full 100K back then and now I’m doing 50K so this makes it the shortest TNF100 race I’ve joined! 😀 This being my first time to do the 50K leg, I thought of making a guide…
Baguio City is known for great food joints and one of my favorite new discovery in the city is Canto located along C. Arellano Street. Here are some of my reasons why:
Let’s admit it, running can sometimes be dreadfully boring! But it doesn’t always have to, especially if you’re running on picturesque locations. I believe that the best way to explore a place is on foot, and here are some of the most scenic places I’ve seen through running.