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.
After a long time of hiatus from joining races, I finally got back. And it was Salomon XTrail Run that got me back on my feet for my first race of the year. I can’t say no when Salomon invited me, and I can’t miss the chance of running in one of my favorite places…
2013 is one interesting but very challenging year for me. I’ve had lots of ups and downs, but looking back I can’t say that I have any regrets. And if I had to pick just 10 as highlights of my year, this list would be it. In no particular order, they are:
I’ve been very privileged to have been part once again of Pico Tri Invitational for the second year in a row, and this year’s event saw the event grew much bigger than the previous. Here’s a behind the scenes look back at this event that happened last April 06, 2013.
Hamilo Coast is just beautiful, but hiding behind its scenic coastlines and terrains lie some of the toughest trails I’ve ever been to, and the recent Salomon XTrail Run was just one of the toughest trail runs I’ve ever had.
Last February 23, 2013, yours truly alongside with other runner bloggers and the members of the media were invited by Salomon Philippines to have a sneak peak of the trails of the forthcoming Salomon XTrail Run to be held this March 23, 2013 in Hamilo Coast, Pico de Loro, Nasugbu, Batangas. If you plan on…
2012 had been one of the most “interesting” years of my adult life but unfortunately running took a back seat for me this year in terms of mileage. That doesn’t mean though that there isn’t much to share about this year! Here are ten (10) of my favorite posts for the year:
Last March 31, 2012 I had the opportunity to cover Pico Tri Invitational held at Pico de Loro Cove, Hamilo Coast. While it may not be the first triathlon event I’ve seen, it is definitely the first world class event I had to cover. I could count this event as my first “real” media duty.