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Labor Day Run

On May 1st, Saturday, go the extra mile and run for a better Philippines as we celebrate the working Filipino at the 1st Annual Labor Day Run.

The First Annual Labor Day Run
When: Saturday, May 01, 2010
Where: Katipunan Circle, Bonifacio Global City
Distances: 5K, 3K
Registration: P250 for 3K and P300 for 5K. First 1000 registered runners will receive a Labor Day Run souvenir shirt from Roam Philippines.

Registration is from April 22-30, 2010 at

  • ROX Bonifacio High Street
  • Figaro Coffee Emerald Building, Pasig City and Tomas Morato, Quezon City

You may also download the registration form here.  For more information with this event you can e-mail


Run for a good cause: Join the McHappy Day Fun Run!

This November, McDonald’s is celebrating McHappy Day!

McHappy Day, formerly known as World’s Children’s Day, is a global fundraising effort to support various children’s causes.  In the Philippines, McDonald’s aims to raise funds for the RONALD McDONALD HOUSE CHARITIES (RMHC) and its two flagship programs: BRIGHT MINDS READ (BMR), a beginning reading program for public elementary schools and BAHAY BULILIT, a program that builds day care centers in low-income communities.

One of the special McHappy Day fundraising initiatives is the McHAPPY DAY FUN RUN.  McDonald’s is inviting adults and kids alike to join and run for a good cause!

McHappy Day Fun Run Date: November 30, 2009
Venue: McKinley Hill, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City
Registration: From November 3 to 25, 2009

Application forms can be downloaded here and are also available in selected McDonald’s outlets in Metro Manila:


  • Bankmer
  • Buendia
  • Makati Ave.
  • PRC
  • Valero Vera


  • Barangka
  • EDSA Boni
  • Worldwide Corp. Center


  • Gov. Forbes
  • P. Campa
  • Pedro Gil
  • Quirino
  • Sta. Cruz Church
  • Taft Libertad
  • UN Ave.
  • UST Parking Deck


  • Muntinlupa City Hall

  • Airport Road
  • Sucat Palanyag
  • Times


  • EDSA Taft Rotonda


  • Strata 100

Quezon City

  • EDSA Panay
  • Matalino
  • Philcoa
  • Project 8
  • Quezon Ave.
  • Quezon Ave. Banaue
  • Visayas Ave.


  • McKinley Hill
  • Pateros Bayan
Already included in the P350.00 registration fee are the official McHappy Day race bib, route map and meal stub.

Three races are scheduled on that day: 3K, 5K and 10K races—all in support of McHappy Day and RMHC.  There will be a total of 18 winners (each race level will have 1st, 2nd and 3rd place for each for male and female categories).

Register now and join the first ever McHappy Day Fun Run!  It’s time to run, have fun, and give the gift of education to Filipino children.


Kenny’s Urbanite Run Registration Ends Today

If you still haven’t registered for this run today, August 11, 2009 is the last day of registration.  Race kit may be claimed from August 13-14, 2009, 3:30PM – 11PM in Bonifacio High Street in front of Nike Park.

In case you’re still undecided on which distance to run race routes are now available, courtesy of Kenny Roger’s Roasters Online:

For more information about this race including the registration process visit  You may download the registration form here also courtesy of Kenny Rogers Roasters Online.

You may also read about my notes regarding this race.


Get Ready for the Kenny’s Open ’09 Urbanite Run

The next race to feature a disposable timing chip is due to arrive on August 15, 2009 via the Kenny’s Open ’09 Urbanite Run.  This is another race organized by Finishline so expectations are naturally high, especially with the timing chips and the interesting results it generates.

This race is set apart from the norm by being the held on a Saturday night.  It is also a fund raising run for the benefit of Hands On Manila Foundation, Inc. and 57:75 Movement so you know that it’s worthwhile.

Easy and Fast Registration

If all registration processes were like this one’s it would be a delight!  By far registration for this race is one of the most convenient with numerous Kenny Rogers branch to choose from and virtually no lines!  I registered on KR Megamall branch and it was pretty quick—a banner was placed for quick recognition and the staff manning the process was really helpful and informed so it was a hassle-free experience.

Registration costs P600 which would make this the costliest “typical” race so far in the Philippines but as stated earlier part of it goes to charity.  For the P600, P200 goes to the aforementioned institutions, P200 goes to the race dues, and the remaining P200 returns to you as a food stub so when you think about it, it’s not that expensive.  You get to enjoy a night run, eat good food, and be able to help the fund-raising—I’d say a pretty good combo.

Notes and Reminders

The “Eat” stub can be used from July 15 to October 15, 2009 so there’s no need to rush in using it.  It’s accepted at all Kenny Rogers Roasters branch including the Kenny’s Roast & Grill restaurant at the Powerplant Mall in Rockwell.

The “Donate” stub should be brought on the night of the race where it should be dropped at designated drop-boxes.  What happens if bearers fail to do so is unspecified but I think this process would just be for visual representation of how much funds we would generate.

Make sure to arrive at the assembly area by 7:00PM especially if you have vehicles to park (since it’s on a Saturday night).  Gun start for the races are as follows:

15K: 8:00PM
10K: 8:45PM
5K: 9:00PM

Don’t lose your claim stub as it contains your registration information needed for a quick claiming process.  Race kits may be claimed in front of Nike Park in Bonifacio High Street on August 13 to 14, 2009, from 3:30PM to 11:00PM.  The race kit includes the following:

  • Official race number
  • Route map
  • Singlet
  • Disposable timing chip

Baggage deposit service is available from 7:00PM to 2:00AM.

If you plan on joining this race register now to avoid the “last minute crowd.”  It would also be better for both the runners and organizers if we all have time to spare and not wait for the deadline, especially that the race kits are not immediately distributed.  You may download the registration form here courtesy of Kenny Rogers Roasters Online.

All I can say it that all things are going smoothly so far with this race, and if everything goes as the organizers planned, this may be one of the best races of the year.  If you have further enquiries about this race you may contact Vince Mendoza at (+63 2) 703 1736.


Race Update: Nokia RECYCLE YOUR PHONE and RUN

Good news to everyone who want to join this event: pre-registration is now open! I just received news from the race organizers that pre-registration starts today, December 04, 2008:

The new event e-flyer

December 06, 2008 (Saturday)
Bonifacio Global City

December 04-05, 2008
R.O.X. Bonifacio High Street, Global City
1:00PM – 6:00PM

You may download the registration form and waiver here.

On-Site Registration:
December 06, 2008
Registration Booth at 9th Street (near NBC Tent)
5:00AM – 6:30AM

Program Schedule:

5:30AM – 6:30AM Registration
6:31AM – 7:00 AM Assembly/Warm-up
7:00AM Start of Fun Run
8:30AM Program/Awarding

Entry Fee:
IT’S FREE – Just bring old mobile phones, phone covers, components, batteries or packaging. Participants can donate any mobile brand of mobile phone and accessories.

Race Categories:

  • MALE (13 and above)
  • FEMALE (13 and above)
  • KIDS (6 to 12 yrs old)

Race Route:

You may download the race route for both the 3K and 5K courses here.

Collection of Race Kits

Participants may claim their Race Kits (containing the official race number, safety pins and route map) kits at the registration booth at 9th Street (near NBC Tent) on the day of the race.  If you pre-register you may already get your race kits.

Rules and Regulations

  • Participants below 18 years old must have their entry form signed by a parent/guardian
  • Race bib numbers must be worn at all times during the race.  It should be pinned in front of your running shirt
  • Thirty (30) minutes before the actual fun run, the organizers shall ask the participants to convene at the starting line for the announcement of rules and warm up exercises
  • On the cue of a start shot, the starting line rope shall be released to indicate the start of the fun run
  • Participants who will be able to arrive/pass/finish the 1.5 and 2.5 and 3 and 5 kilometer run shall be given a kilometer indicator lace.
  • Two SWEEPER vehicles shall pick-up the runners who cannot run anymore.  The first will leave the starting point 15 minutes and the other 30 minutes after the start of the run. The “CANNOT RUN PEOPLE” will be transported back to the starting point.

Water & Paramedics Stations

Drinking water stations will be available at the corners of Rizal Drive and 1st Street and of 34th and 8th Streets, and at the Finish Line of the race route.

Medical aid will be on standby at the corner of 26th Street and 5th Avenue and of 3rd Avenue and 32nd Street.

Toilet Area

Toilet cubicles will be available at the site during the race.

Parking Area

All participants and other spectators are required to park their vehicles at the allocated parking areas.

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