NUTRILITE HEALTH RUN – February 22, 2015

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NUTRILITE HEALTH RUN
3km/5km/8km

MANILA LEG:
February 22, 2015
Bluebay Walk, Pasay City

DAVAO LEG:
March 1, 2015
SM Ecoland Parking Lot (near Amway Dist. Ctr. – Tulip Drive)

CAGAYAN DE ORO LEG:
March 15, 2015
Amway Distribution Center

REGISTRATION FEE:
PHP 300 (any race category)

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REGISTRATION PERIOD:
January 5, 2015 – onwards

REGISTRATION SITES:

  • MANILA AMWAY Distribution Centers
    Makati and Greenfields Shaw (Mondays to Saturdays only)
  • CDO AMWAY Distribution Centers
  • DAVAO AMWAY Distribution Centers
  • IN-STORE SITES: (Thursdays to Sundays only)
    • RUNNR BGC
    • TOBY’S MOA

RACE KIT CONTENTS:

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NUTRILITE PROMO:
FREE 1 box of Daily Foil pack for every five (5) Non-IBO registrants.

RACE BIBS:

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RACE ASSEMBLY AND GUN START TIMES:

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VENUE MAPS:

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ROUTE MAPS:

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RACE FINISHER’S ENTITLEMENTS:

  • freebies from Amway brands
  • Nutrilite Daily sampler
  • Free App for Non-IBO

RAFFLE PRIZES:

  • Php10,000 product coupon
  • iPod Touch
  • Consolation prizes

BRAND PRESENTOR:

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PARTICIPATING BRANDS:

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ORGANIZER:

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38th National MILO Marathon kicks off in Baguio City – Race Results

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38th National MILO Marathon kicks off in Baguio City
82 runners qualified for country’s premier footrace finals

BAGUIO City, Philippines, 29 June 2014 – Elite runners Julius Sermona and Christabel Martes set the pace as they came out top in the 21K events as the 38th National MILO Marathon kicked off in Baguio City on Sunday. More than 6,700 runners joined the race.

Sermona, SEA Games silver medalist and 2006 MILO Marathon King, took category rival Cesar Castañeto down to the wire as they crossed the finish line, clocking in at 01:14:42 and 01:14:47 respectively. Castro Cudli finished third with a time of 01:23:40.

Two-time SEA Games gold medalist Martes bested the female category with an impressive time of 01:26:48 as she finished well ahead of second placer Sandi Menchi Abahan (01:34:23) and third placer Lua Angella Limbo (01:46:41).

The runners were blessed with very good weather but there were other challenges they needed to overcome. ”The uphill and downhill route was quite difficult to navigate. It was a very tight race. I had to sprint in the final kilometer,” said the 34-year-old Sermona, a military soldier who hails from Bacolod. “I am overjoyed that I won. For the national finals, I need to continue training to be able to give my best performance.”

Martes, the 34-year-old from La Trinidad, Benguet plans to take her training up a notch for the national finals. “For the qualifying race, I did not do any intensive training, unlike before when I was still with the national team. I also had difficulty in the uphill parts of the route. I had to exert twice the effort,” expressed Martes. “My training consisted of jogging and recreational running only. I need to step it up and be consistent with my routine to maintain my form for the finals.”

Sermona and Martesboth received P10, 000 and a trophy while securing their spots, along with 80 others,to compete in the National Finals on December 7 at the SM Mall of Asia grounds. This season’s MILO Marathon King and Queen will get the chance to represent the country at the esteemed Tokyo Marathon in 2015.The country’s biggest and most prestigious footrace expects 230,000 runners to participate this year.

Sharing the spotlight with the inspiring elite runners is 60-year-old Senen Garcia from Novaliches. Garcia qualified for the national finals, finishing with a time of 01:57:59. “It’s a far cry from my record time of 01:07 back in the day,” laughs Garcia. “It’s harder to race now that I’m older, but my goal is to qualify for the national finals, and I’m very happy that I did. I’m also happy to contribute to the Help Give Shoes campaign.”

Josh Buenavista, son of two-time Olympian and reigning MILO Marathon King Eduardo “Vertek” Buenavista also joined the Baguio leg. The 12-year-old definitely followed in his father’s winning footsteps as he clinched the top spot in the 3K events, posting a record time of 00:08:34. “My father encouraged me to take up running and join the MILO races,” said Josh, who has been running for four years now. “I really look up to him. He is my inspiration.”

As part of its ongoing commitment to support young Filipino talents through sports, MILO’s Help Gives Shoes advocacy will provide 16,000 underprivileged youth with brand new running shoes and reach the 50,000 mark this year. As MILO celebrates its 50th year, Help Give Shoes aims to make the donation to students in Yolanda-hit cities, particularly Tacloban, Ormoc, and Eastern Samar.

“The National MILO Marathon strives to offer a challenging athletic experience for Filipino runners, and at the same time reach out to young Filipino athletes with strong potential and bright futures ahead of them,” said Andrew Neri, MILO Sports Marketing Manager. “We are blessed with the unwavering support of all the runners and Filipino families across the country as we continue to build champions not only in sports, but also in life.”

The elimination legs will resume in Dagupan on July 6, before heading to Tarlac (July 13), Angeles (July 20), Manila (July 27), Naga (August 24), Lucena (August 31), Puerto Princesa (September 7), Lipa (September 14), Iloilo (September 21), Bacolod (September 28), Tagbilaran (October 5), Cebu (October 12), Butuan (October 19), Cagayan De Oro (November 9), General Santos (November 16), and Davao (November 23). The National Finals will be held on December 7 at the SM Mall of Asia grounds in Pasay City.

The 38th National MILO Marathon is made possible by Timex, the Bayview Park Hotel Manila, ASICS, Lenovo, Manila Bulletin and Gatorade, along with endorsements from the Department of Education, Philippine Sports Commission and the Philippine Olympic Committee.

For more information on MILO Philippines, log on to the official website (http://www.milo.com.ph) or the MILO Philippines Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/milo.ph). Follow MILO on Twitter (@MiloPH) and Instagram (@MiloPhilippines).

DOWNLOADABLES:

38th National MILO Marathon Leg 01 – Baguio 3k

38th National MILO Marathon Leg 01 – Baguio 5k

38th National MILO Marathon Leg 01 – Baguio 10k

38th National MILO Marathon Leg 01 – Baguio 21k

38th National MILO Marathon Leg 01 – Baguio School Competition

38th National MILO Marathon Leg 01 – Baguio Team_Company Competition

38th National MILO Marathon Leg 1 – Baguio ARETE

38th National MILO Marathon Leg 1 – Baguio Qualified to Finals

Our IronMan Weekend to Remember

The first weekend of August 2013 will have to be hubby and mine’s most memorable weekend of 2013 so far. Well, for one it was our first out of town trip together without the kids – our first for almost 19 years! Best of all it was great because we were at Cebu and witnessed the Alaska IronKids and Cobra Ironman 70.3 Philippines events.

If you were there, you will have the same feeling as ours – pride for being Filipinos! These events, for the uninitiated, are international events which attracts foreign participants from various countries. This year alone, the IM70.3 event attracted 2,150 participants from 35 countries. It was a great chance to see the beauty of our country and our people. Aside from the excellent event organizing of Sunrise Events, the people of the province of Cebu came all out to support this endeavor. Foreigners were harping that our Half-Ironman event in the Philippines is the best IM event they have been to.

We will definitely come back again next year!

Meanwhile, let me share with you the highlights of both the Alaska Ironkids and Cobra Ironman 70.3 Philippines via these video clips. Also found after each video are the race results for both events.

Enjoy!

Awards Per Age Group-CEO Per Age Group-Per Relay Team
Overall Results – Age Groupers
Overall Results – CEO Category
Overall Results – TOP 20 PRO and FILIPINO ELITE
Overall Results – PROs
Overall Results – Filipinos
Overall Results – RELAY TEAMS

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37th National MILO Marathon – MANILA Elims Race Results

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Panique outlasts Raquin in heated bid for 37th MILO Marathon finale post
MILO shatters record headcount with 42,214 runners in Manila race

42K Male and Female Winner with MILO Executives at the Manila Eliminations of the 37th National MILO Marathon

42K Male and Female Winner with MILO Executives at the Manila Eliminations of the 37th National MILO Marathon

Elite Runners Eric Paniwue and Luisa Raterta blew the competion away at the 42K division race of the 37th National MILO Marathon Manila Qualifying Leg

Elite Runners Eric Paniwue and Luisa Raterta blew the competion away at the 42K division race of the 37th National MILO Marathon Manila Qualifying Leg

Manila, Philippines, July 28, 2013 – Elite runners Eric Panique and Luisa Raterta blew the competition away at the 42K division race of the 37th National MILO Marathon Manila qualifying leg Sunday at the SM Mall of Asia Grounds, Pasay City. A record-shattering 42,214 runners joined the country’s premier footrace, marking the largest number of participants in a single race in the history of the MILO Marathon.

Along with other 42K qualifiers, Panique and Raterta each took home a cash prize of Php 50,000, a trophy and a coveted spot at the National Finals in December for their respective victories. To increase the level of competition this year, MILO will sponsor this season’s MILO Marathon King and Queen to the 2014 Paris Marathon next April.

28-year old Panique settled the score towards the finish line and clocked in at a swift 2:30:20.51, beating Condura Skyway Marathon 2013 Filipino champion Irineo Raquin (2:30:20.73) with just 22 milliseconds to spare. Last year’s MILO Marathon Manila Eliminations champion Jeson Agravante placed a distant third with a time of 2:41:55.

Panique, who only started joining the National MILO Marathon in 2004, has since received numerous awards and accolades, including the 36th MILO Marathon Bacolod eliminations crown. The elite runner recounts his close call against a tough rival at the finish line. “I beat Raquin by a mere inch and I feel very fortunate to have done so. We had kept a close distance since the 25th kilometer and maintained our pace until the last second,” he said. Panique said he has yet to decide whether he will be competing at the 37th MILO Marathon National Finals or at the Southeast Asian Games in Myanmar.

In the distaff side, Raterta crossed the finish line at 3:14:17, way ahead of 2012 MILO Marathon National Finals 42K women’s second runner-up Jennylyn Nobleza (3:23:27) and Geralden Sealza (3:32:40).

“I’ve kept a fast pace from the first few hours until the last 10 kilometers of the track. It was a very challenging race, not only in terms of route, but also because I was running alongside some of the country’s finest runners,” said Raterta. As a mother of three, she shares that her fervor for running has kept her family close. “My husband is a former elite runner who shares the same passion for running that I have. We also try to encourage our children to be active in sports and to always be humble and level-headed.” Raterta’s daughter Leonalyn placed first in today’s 3K division race at an impressive 11:12.

In the 21K race, Richard Salaño (1:14:36) and Monica Torres (1:29:57) won their respective divisions and each received a cash prize of Php 10,000, a trophy and a spot in the finale. Actress, singer and fitness advocate Angelika Dela Cruz also ran in the 21K track, while local celebrities Aubrey Miles, Troy Montero, Karylle, LJ Reyes, Carl Guevarra, Arthur Solinap and Carlo Gonzales took part in the 5K and 3K divisions earlier today.

“MILO is very proud of surpassing our target headcount for the Manila qualifying leg, as well as of inspiring more runners, particularly the youth, to lace up their running shoes and take on the challenge of a marathon race,” said Andrew Neri, MILO Sports Executive. “The rise of local talent among the 42,214 marathoners in today’s race launches bright possibilities for the finale. We are looking forward to seeing an all-Filipino finish in December to bring pride to our home soil at the Paris Marathon next year.”

With the invaluable support of MILO Marathon runners and partners, the Help Give Shoes advocacy, a program initiated by MILO in 2010, provides pairs of running shoes to underprivileged students from public schools across the country. A total of 1,000 pairs were delivered to beneficiary schools today in Manila, bringing the total shoe count to 27,200. Manuel Quezon City Elementary School, San Diego Elementary School QC, Dagat Dagatan Elementary School Navotas, Hulo Elementary School Mandaluyong, Fourth Estate Elementary School Paranaque, North Bay Blvd. Elementary School Navotas, East Rembo Elementary School Makati, Amado Reyes Elementary School Mandaluyong, Cayetano Arellano High School and La Paz Elementary School Makati were among the advocacy’s beneficiaries.

The qualifying race will commence in Iloilo on August 4, before advancing to Dumaguete (August 11), Tagbilaran (September 15), Cebu (September 22), Cagayan de Oro (September 29), Butuan (October 6), Davao (October 13), General Santos (October 20), Baguio (November 3), Dagupan (November 10), Tarlac (November 17) and Angeles (November 24). The 37th MILO Marathon National Finals will then be on December 8 at the SM Mall of Asia grounds.

The 37th National MILO Marathon Manila race is made possible by Timex, the Bayview Park Hotel Manila, Reebok, SMART, Gatorade, Sennheiser, and SM Mall of Asia, along with endorsements from the Department of Education, Philippine Sports Commission and the Philippine Olympic Committee. For more information on the race and its advocacy, visit the MILO marathon website or access the MILO Philippines fanpage on Facebook. Follow MILO on Twitter (@MILOPH).

RACE RESULTS:

TOP WINNERS:
37th National MILO Marathon – Leg 5 – Manila 3k
37th National MILO Marathon – Leg 5 – Manila 5k
37th National MILO Marathon – Leg 5 – Manila 10k
37th National MILO Marathon – Leg 5 – Manila 21k
37th National MILO Marathon – Leg 5 – Manila 42k
37th National MILO Marathon – Leg 5 – Manila Company Delegation
37th National MILO Marathon – Leg 5 – Manila School Delegation

OVERALL:
37th National MILO Marathon – Leg 5 – Manila 3k Overall Results
37th National MILO Marathon – Leg 5 – Manila 5k Overall Results
37th National MILO Marathon – Leg 5 – Manila 10k Overall Results
37th National MILO Marathon – Leg 5 – Manila 21k Overall Results
37th National MILO Marathon – Leg 5 – Manila 42k Overall Results

MANILA QUALIFIERS:
37th National MILO Marathon – Leg 5 – Manila Qualifiers to the Finals

2013 Run United 2 RUNPIX Results OUT NOW

Aside from the race results for the 2013 Run United 2 – Runrio Trilogy Leg 2 which is now available for viewing/downloading (click HERE), the RU2 also has another race result treat for its participants:

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This is RUNPIX, a graphical and statistical version of race results which can be viewed and saved as a lasting souvenir of one’s race participation. Click HERE or on the image above to access the facility.

Don’t forget to have your race bib number handy or if not, inputting your surname on the text box will do too.

For any concerns/inquiries, email feedback@runrio.com.

Have fun retracing your race footsteps!

 

2013 Run United 2 RACE RESULTS

Hello Folks! Here are the UNOFFICIAL  2013 Run United 3 race results (Only Unilab Active Health and RunRio can release OFFICIAL race results). Congratulations to everyone who participated and finished this race!

Here are the OVER-ALL RACE RESULTS PER CATEGORY released by RunRio, Inc.:

WINNERS:
Winners for 500m dash for 5-8 years old Category
Winners for 500m dash for 9-12 years old Category
Winners for 10km Category
Winners for 21km Category
Winners for 32km Category

OVER-ALL:
Over-All Results for 500m dash for kids Category
Over-All Results for 10km Category
Over-All Results for 21km Category
Over-All Results for 32km Category

As advised by the RunRio Timing Team:

“All details were based on the data gathered from the UHF RFID D-Tag by ChronoTrack Systems.

Gun Time: is time from the gun start to the time you crossed the finish line. Results for this is used as basis for determining the Top 3 finishers.

Chip Time: is when you cross the start line to the finish line. This is most helpful for you to know your personal record (PR).

The race was organized by RunRio, Inc. For any concerns regarding the race results, please email feedback@runrio.com.


Sin Tax Run RACE RESULTS Out Now!

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The race results for RunRio’s last race event for the year 2012, the Sin Tax Run is now available!

The official race results can be viewed/downloaded below:

Download Sin Tax Run Overall Results

According to RunRio, Inc:

All details are based on the data gathered from the UHF RFID D-Tag by ChronoTrack Systems.

Gun Time: is time from the gun start to the time you crossed the finish line. Results for this is used as basis for determining the Top 3 finishers.

Chip Time: is when you cross the start line to the finish line. This is most helpful for you to know your personal record (PR).

The race was organized by RunRio, Inc. For any concerns regarding the race results, please email feedback@runrio.com.