Petaling Jaya, 20th October 2013 – Filipina runner Mary Grace Delos Santos was recently crowned Queen of the Road in the final leg of the adidas King of the Road (KOTR) South East Asia, clocking in 1 hour and 3 minutes for the 16.8K distance.
(Press Release) adidas King of the Road 2013 proved to be one of the biggest and most anticipated races in the Philippines. Over 7,000 runners gathered at Bonifacio Global City to strive for the title of King and Queen of the Road.
One of the most anticipated races of the year is adidas King of the Road (KOTR) and having one of the most expensive race fees in the country, expectations were really high. Did adidas KOTR Philippines 2013 deliver?
Here are some running tips from adidas Philippines, particularly for those joining the forthcoming adidas King of the Road 2013.
Here’s something that could add to your motivation in joining this year’s adidas King of the Road—presenting KOTR 2013 event singlet and finisher’s medal:
(Press Release) Runners, it’s time for you to gear up because adidas is now opening the registration for this year’s adidas King of the Road (KOTR), happening this July 7 at the Bonifacio Global City, Taguig.
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:
The recently concluded adidas King of the Road 2012 is probably the most “international” race in the Philippines so far this year with runners coming from all over the world, one of the most colorful, and has one of the best finisher’s medals. Here’s the story of my first 16.8K race.
Triathlon coach Ani de Leon-Brown shares her foolproof tips to getting run-ready for the KOTR: With this year’s adidas King of the Road (KOTR) coming up this September 30, it’s time to begin your preparations for the run.
From adidas Philippines: MANILA, October 23 – The adidas King of the Road (KOTR) came to a vibrant and colorful close at the Bonifacio Global City grounds as thousands of participants fought to the finish as they vied for the ‘adidas Southeast Asia King of the Road 2011’ crown.
The first ever adidas King of the Road (KOTR) Southeast Asia Championship had just concluded in Bonifacio Global City, Metro Manila, Philippines, and I’d say it’s the most “international” race I’ve experienced in the Philippines so far. Here’s my recap on this outstanding race:
From adidas Philippines: Running races aren’t always about your speed or passing through the finish line, it goes beyond your physical abilities. Races are a great way to motivate yourself to get fit and can also be a platform for personal breakthroughs. Running makes you test your limits, but also makes you able to believe…