Time flies so fast and before we know it, it’s already the middle of March! New Year seemed like yesterday and with all the crazy work that I have in the office I didn’t notice the first leg of the Run United 2013 series coming. Of course I wouldn’t just let RU1 slip just because…
Race results for the recently concluded first leg of Run United 2013 is now available online! You may view the results here. To all the finishers, Congratulations! 🙂
After what seemed like an eternity, I’m finally back to into running. It had been more than three months since my last race, and I’m glad that Run United 2 was here to kickstart me back into sense. Here are my accounts of what I thought to be the best Run United leg so far.
The unofficial race results of the recently concluded Cebu City Marathon has just been made public via the event website. To all finishers, Congratulations!
December 04, 2011, the day of my second marathon outside the Philippines and my first road race below 15°c. I could’ve come more prepared but things don’t always happen according to plan so the goal was simple: to have fun and finish within cutoff!
I am just flabbergasted on how fast my finisher’s medal for the Yamaha Run for Heroes arrived: within hours! I can’t believe such feats were possible, particularly here in the Philippines!
I’ve ran onto the routes of Nuvali before, both on and off-road, and honestly I find it a bit boring especially when compared to natural trails of the mountains—until Valley Trail came along! It was a race with a lot of firsts, including my first DNF!
This year’s installment of the Condura Skyway Marathon could arguably be considered as the best one yet, but there were still some things that could’ve gone better.
It was the ninth day of the New Year, and it was my ninth marathon. I’ve heard wonders about the previous Cebu Marathon, so this year I decided to find out for my own and do some “assessment run,” but I got much more than I had expected.
For runners such as myself, there’s no better way to celebrate our big day but with a fun run, and this year it fell on a Sunday—a Sunday with a great event, the Men’s Health Urbanathlon.
At long last, the fun of Halloween was brought back to runners with a Halloween night run, thanks to Adobo Run. This would be my VFF Sprint’s first race, and one of the most fun!
This year’s installment of the National MILO® Marathon (Manila Eliminations) takes the race on an entirely new level. Personally I’ve never had any local race come close to what MILO® had achieved with this year’s Manila Eliminations, and despite so many new developments it still had plenty of room for improvements. The Runners I consider…