Posts Tagged ‘TNF100

13
May
16

TNF100 (Philippines) 2016 Official Race Results

The official race results for TNF100 Philippines 2016 is now available online via thrillofthetrail.ph.  You may also generate your own finisher’s certificate here.

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09
May
16

TNF100 2016 Chronicles: Outtakes

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.

Camp John Hay

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06
May
16

TNF100 2016 Chronicles: Homecoming

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.

The improved TNF100 race marker, now with reflectors

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02
May
16

The Race to Outdoor Revolution – TNF 100 2016

[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.

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27
Apr
16

Game Plan: TNF100 2016 (50K)

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 for myself, but am now sharing for your perusal.

From my first ever trail run.

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30
Jun
14

Scenic Places For Running You Must Visit

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.

You know more of a road by having traveled it than by all the conjectures and descriptions in the world—William Hazlitt

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17
Oct
12

Lahar Chronicles: Columbia Eco Trail Run Pinatubo Encounter

It was another sleepless race—that’s one of the downsides of having an out of town race.  But it doesn’t matter—what matters is that after two years, I’ll be back onto one of my favorite trail routes of all time: the lahar fields of Mt. Pinatubo!

The surreal view of the lahar fields

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