OFFICIAL RESULTS: 2015 Bakun Trio Trail Fest

Posted in Uncategorized on April 20, 2015 by jonel c mendoza

Bakun Trio Trail Fest
Bakun, Benguet
April 18-19, 2015

I wish to congratulate and thank all the participants of the first edition of this event, an activity in furtherance of our personal efforts to promote sports eco-tourism in must-see destinations in the country.

Bakun is a vegetable-producing town surrounded by mountains and located 90 kilometers from Baguio City. Admittedly, the last 35 kilometers getting to the venue is already a story to tell in itself but it only adds charm to the whole experience. Bakun Central or Poblacion, the old town capital, sits on top of a plateau and plays host to a hydroelectric plant. Inspite of this modern-day facility, the place itself hums little at any given time; rice terraces and vegetable gardens abound in all directions, a no-liquor ban exists. Finding cellphone signals is a challenge and the surrounding mountains come to life whenever rains come falling and countless waterfalls appear like white curtains draped along the towering walls and cliffs. Little wonder the locals dubbed the surrounding peaks The Crying Mountains. I have yet to see a place where I have lost count of waterfalls. This one is for the books. But there is nothing to shed a tear for in Bakun. This is where nature is at its best. I seldom say this, but this has got to be one of the most beautiful trails I have been to. As for the difficulty, I leave it to you to find out, just as the pioneering participants have done during their two-day immersion.

If there is one place I highly recommend for you to visit and put in your must-do list, it is Bakun. I wish all the concerned will preserve Bakun for generations to come.

I extend my deepest gratitude to the LGUs of Bakun and Poblacion Bakun for their warm welcome and the officials led by Bakun Tourism Committee Chairman Councilor Donald Bag-ayan, Municipal Tourism Officer Arthur Tolito, Bakun PNP, Head Marshal Jason Kevin Lipa, and volunteer Brian Guleng. To the local folks, thank you very much for making us feel at home every second of our stay.

Once again, thank you to the intrepid for taking on this adventure, I salute you!

This one actually felt like a gathering of family members. Salamat.

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1. Wilnar Iglesia, Champion 8:28:42
2. Rashel Pena, Champion, Women 9:23:03
3. Gay Zerine Baniwas, 1st Runner-up, Women 9:49:59
4. Lyza Emelo, 2nd Runner-up, Women 9:54:06
5. Oliver Alcido, 1st Runner-up, Men 9:55:01
6. Karen Joy Umali 10:36:42
7. Paola Joyce Ronquillo 10:52:04
8. Rowena Valencia 11:48:40
9. Marween Corpuz 11:48:40

DNF: 2
DNS: 1

OFFICIAL RESULTS: 2015 Sagada Circuit Marathon

Posted in Uncategorized on April 13, 2015 by jonel c mendoza

2015 Sagada Circuit Marathon
Sagada, Mountain Province
April 11, 2015

First of all, I wish to congratulate and thank all the participants who joined the events, 42 and 10 kilometers.

I extend my sincerest gratitude to those who helped us make this possible, SMART, LAGALAG and the folks of Sagada led by Mayor Edward Lattawan, Municipal Executive Assistant Robert Pangod, Winston Lattawan and the local marshals.

My appreciation also goes to the members of Team frontRUNNER who volunteered for the events, Nick Pasiken, Tom and Gay Baniwas, Lyza Emelo, Sandi Menchi Abahan, Al Tellias, Glairold Recella, JC Padua, Paul Jasmin, PJ Ballesteros, Isko Lapira and Che Alberto. Thank you as well to Running Photographers, Andrew Chinalpan and Bing Girl Clemente for allowing the use of their beautiful Sagada Cellar Door for our post-race festivities.

To you all, I thank you for your hardcore support.

Cheers!

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RANK BIB NUMBER TIME NAME
1 22 1 41 42 Marween Corpuz, Champion
2 13 1 45 22 Prudence Bolinget, First Runner-up
3 08 1 46 45 Onaya Atienza, Second Runner-up
4 31 1 51 58 Iris Desvaro
5 86 1 52 41 Raymond Talavera, Champion Men
6 19 1 53 28 Roland Casumpang, First Runner-up Men
7 54 1 53 58 Benjamin Labay, Jr., Second Runner-up Men
8 07 1 56 05 Mark Jayson Antonio
9 78 1 56 44 Rexcie Jane Saldivar
10 83 1 57 09 Jayson Tabudlo
11 84 1 57 10 Ten-ten Tabudlo
12 12 1 57 15 Alex Belen
13 61 1 57 16 David Narvaez
14 60 1 57 17 Aya Monares
15 66 1 57 18 Amanda Paredes
16 17 1 57 19 Alicia Carvajal
17 82 1 57 20 Kirby Sunga
18 81 1 57 21 Diane Jo Soria
19 88 1 58 37 Minnie Beth Tomas
20 38 1 58 58 Warren Evangelista
21 40 1 59 10 Caryll Ferrer
22 03 1 59 45 Alain Bernard Andal
23 59 2 00 10 Patricia Masferre
24 57 2 00 40 Jean Macaspac
25 53 2 01 20 Gerry Jano
26 36 2 04 35 Noemi Melican
27 35 2 04 50 Romel Espinoza
28 50 2 05 16 Manuel Hieras
29 20 2 06 54 Nikki Angeline Cepe
30 16 2 08 14 Jesus Canono
31 09 2 08 25 Ajani Baret
32 75 2 09 59 Randy Rodriguez
33 27 2 12 22 Nicole Del Rosario
34 55 2 12 24 Alfonso Licuanan
35 26 2 12 26 Iris Del Rosario
36 28 2 12 28 Joel Dela Cruz
37 56 2 14 27 Rilani Longid
38 85 2 15 00 Roman Taguiling
39 48 2 24 02 Gerald Hidalgo
40 64 2 24 55 Jose Panes
41 11 2 26 00 Maria Theresa Basilio
42 80 2 29 45 Napoleon Sarez
43 30 2 30 14 Margarita Dela Vega
44 79 2 30 15 Kristine Salvador
45 39 2 30 17 Marvin Fernandez
46 68 2 30 18 Janice Patio
47 04 2 30 19 Ahmalia Andal
48 67 2 31 15 Jinky Paredes
49 16 2 34 17 Jesus Canono
50 65 2 35 12 Harold Panganiban
51 32 2 35 28 Hazel Cuan
52 24 2 35 49 Rowell Cuan
53 63 2 35 50 David Michael Mallarca
54 14 2 37 20 Nalaine Briones
55 41 2 37 50 Carla Francisco
56 33 2 37 51 Maria Teodora Dumlao
57 52 2 38 38 Lorenzo Jaime
58 72 2 40 08 Arnel Rillera
59 42 2 42 44 Elizabeth Francisco
60 45 2 42 45 Jasper Lorenzo Francisco
61 44 2 42 46 Jason Immanuel Francisco
62 51 2 43 43 Rowena Ison
63 89 2 44 00 Katrina Valenzuela
64 37 2 44 26 Summer Evangelista
65 21 2 50 53 Wennie Chua
66 06 2 50 54 Kim Patrick Donado
67 43 2 51 25 Inocencio Francisco
68 02 2 51 31 Glaiza Alvarez
69 69 2 51 33 Gheza Francisco
70 77 3 08 52 Wildom Rosario
71 15 3 12 15 Noriel Calaguas
72 05 3 12 16 Cherlyn Angagka
73 76 3 12 17 Anjan Rosario
74 10 3 12 18 Maria Gloria Baret
75 70 3 12 19 Marvin Mono
76 71 3 12 20 Meryll Kate Regaspi
77 49 3 12 21 Jessica Hieras
78 50 3 12 22 Manuel Hieras

STARTERS: 78
DNS: 12

42K
RANK BIB NUMBER TIME NAME
1 25 5 18 39 Modesto Estoesta, Champion
2 37 5 20 58 Roland Wangwang, First Runner-up
3 12 6 54 43 Stuart Burke, Second Runner-up
4 20 7 21 23 Jonathan Cross
5 30 7 25 24 Carlo Gonzalez
6 04 7 26 12 Oliver Alcido
7 47 F1 7 34 04 Rashel Peña, Champion-Women
8 28 8 03 44 Dennis Delas Alas
9 59 F2 8 04 23 Ruth Taguiling, First Runner-up-Women
10 44 8 06 18 Beni Vilches
11 01 F3 8 06 42 Jonalyn Acosta, Second Runner-up-Women
12 39 8 07 04 Randy Leviste
13 42 8 07 34 Michelle Mercurio
14 49 8 08 27 Jose Ramizares
15 11 8 31 50 Brent Bulso
16 14 8 32 06 Miguel Carvajal
17 45 8 32 14 Jojo Padua
18 66 8 32 56 Richelle Perez
19 68 8 32 57 Meljohn Tezon
20 26 8 56 16 Phillip Fiar-od
21 57 8 56 25 Karlene Sebastian
22 29 9 03 41 Myla Go
23 67 9 03 42 Wilnar Iglesia
24 61 9 03 43 Arnel Timbreza
25 83 9 03 44 Lester Chuayap
26 13 9 12 32 Yobs Cabrera
27 41 9 23 21 Julius Lucea
28 03 9 24 10 Gladys Alcido
29 36 9 24 11 Adel Laking
30 18 9 26 03 Mark Chico
31 55 9 33 39 Minnie Rosario
32 24 9 34 29 CJ Escandor
33 54 9 34 55 John Rosario
34 06 9 34 56 Sheryl Amboni
35 40 9 34 57 Eisset Liwag
36 62 9 36 10 Chiara Rica Tolentino
37 60 9 36 18 Allan Tauyan
38 34 9 36 55 Jan Imperio
39 16 9 36 56 Haydee Chamorro
40 17 9 36 57 Macky Chamorro
41 02 9 36 58 Jereven Adriano
42 32 9 36 59 Neil Hidalgo
43 23 9 42 56 Francis Dumangeng
44 56 9 42 57 Marie Nelle Saddul
45 53 9 45 43 Elaine Ruth Reginaldo
46 51 9 47 37 Irene Ramos
47 52 9 47 55 Jeri Ramos
48 15 9 59 24 Brian Casorla
49 09 10 01 20 Jet Ballesteros
50 10 10 02 30 Yoyie Bitangcol
51 69 10 02 31 JC Padua
52 08 10 09 46 Tito Aquino, Jr
53 58 10 10 25 Marlon Suligan
54 19 10 24 16 Jorrel Paringit
55 46 10 24 17 Jazz Paringit
56 48 10 44 53 Mara Melanie Perez
57 65 10 45 00 Jasper Verceles
58 22 10 55 00 Rhett Del Rosario

STARTERS: 69
DNS: 1

OFFICIAL RESULTS: 2015 Four Lakes 100/Old Spanish Trail 50

Posted in Uncategorized on March 30, 2015 by jonel c mendoza

2015 Four Lakes 100/Old Spanish Trail 50

March 28, 2015

Kayapa, Nueva Vizcaya, Philippines

 

First of all, I wish to thank all the participants, both the new and habitual repeaters, for their support of these annual events, now on its fourth edition. Thank you for imbibing the spirit of trail running and embracing our simple, no frills set-up.

I also extend my gratitude to our sponsors and partners-SMART, Universal Robina Corporation, GU gels, BROOKS, Polar Heart Rate Monitors, Gatorade, Superfood Grocer, Cordillera Conservation Trust, Dennis Uy, Che Alberto, Nixon Pasiken as well as the marshals and volunteers led by Barbara Mendoza, Glairold Recella, Brian Guleng, Tom Baniwas and Marcelino Sana-oy.

To the Municipalities of Kayapa and Itogon, Kayapa Central School, as well as the local folks for once again opening your homes and place to all, agyaman ak, Dios ti agngina kada kayo amin.

Congratulations to all the finishers, especially to those who set personal records, led by Manolito Divina, who now holds the Course Record for Four Lakes 100.

To those who failed in their endeavour, have no shame and take heart because it happens even to the very best of us. Learn your lessons well and come back stronger, wiser and more prepared. I respect you all the more for being gracious in defeat. Truly, victory favors the prepared, now you know better.

Again, please accept my most sincere and deepest appreciation for your hardcore support – for making the KOTM community bigger each passing year with your attendance.

You have now met the real uphills and downhills – climbed them, crawled them, run them, smashed them!

Mabuhay kayong lahat!

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All OST 50 Official Finishers are qualified for Pulag 100K and all Official Finishers of Four Lakes 100 are qualified for both Pulag 100K and Hardcore Hundred Miles happening on May 22, 2015.

Nationality: Filipino, unless otherwise stated

OST 50K
2015
BIB NUMBER TIME NAME
1 777 6:46:45 Dino Mantilez(Champion/Course Record)
2 770 7 09 19 Zosimo Bruce(1st Runner-up)
3 797 7 16 45 Al Tellias(2nd Runner-up)
4 760 7 44 25 Maijo Simpado
5 769 8 09 03 Kristian Joergensen(Denmark)
6 783 8 29 31 Retzel Orquiza
7 745 8 31 08 Jonas Borja
8 800 8 32 52 Stephen Zarate
9 733 8 40 15 Richard Akol
10 774 8 42 32 Dennis Lopez
11 765 9 02 45 Daniel Hall(UK)
12 779 9 30 37 Dylan Marshall(UK)
13 741 9 33 07 Joel Batomalaque
14 752 9 34 42 Jordan Dacanay
15 742 9 45 39 George Ventayen
16 756 9 54 13 Romulo Doctolero
17 538 10 30 35 Terrence Chen(Singapore)
18 731 10 41 47 Ken Agsaway
19 764 10 49 29 Nino Enguerra
20 771 10 50 52 Lai Heng Lee(Malaysia)
21 751 11 13 35 Ceejay Custodio
22 743 11 14 14 Mario Bautista, Jr
23 754 11 20 24 Ronald Declarador
24 781 F1 11 22 12 Michelle Mercurio(Champion/Course Record, Ladies)
25 744 F2 11 24 43 Zhen Loy(Malaysia, 1st Runner-up, Ladies )
26 775 F3 11 24 44 Wan Khiun Bong(Malaysia, 2nd Runner-up, Ladies)
27 753 11 29 14 Matthew David
28 740 11 32 09 Mark Jaycobe Banatlao
29 796 11 35 34 Erwin Sy
30 780 11 35 35 Donalyn Mauting
31 792 11 57 35 Christine Salazar
32 798 12 03 08 Seng Chor Teoh(Malaysia)
33 757 12 06 15 Arthur Duque II
34 794 12 17 17 Vincent Saligbon
35 782 12 26 33 Michael Montevirgen
36 763 12 28 45 Nerissa Golondrina
37 785 12 38 08 Dennis Pagayon
38 736 12 42 31 Rosalyn Valeroso
39 767 13:00:49 Ro Ann Jervoso
40 784 13:00:50 Davis Pagayon
41 58 13 02 36 Manny Dela Serna
42 795 13 02 37 Clariza Sta. Rosa
43 793 13 02 59 Jess Sales
44 778 13 05 07 Julius Lucena
45 791 13 07 37 Allan Rizare
46 701 13 10 30 Clint Abit
47 746 13 15 47 Herbert Cabrera
48 739 13 27 41 Benedict Balaba
49 738 13 27 42 Candy Balaba
50 787 13 28 00 Jean-Michael Pedroso
51 734 13 30 05 Gladys Alcido
52 735 13 35 34 Oliver Alcido
53 790 13 40 26 Wally Puruganan
54 762 13 40 28 Jason Gayoma
55 748 13 41 11 Melvin Christian Catbagan
56 799 13 41 12 Alexander Tumbaga
57 788 13 43 18 Mark Peralta
58 750 13 47 35 Jason Cuaton
59 776 13 52 49 Ian Mabilangan
60 755 13 54 00 Francis Dedicatoria
61 761 14 10 57 Jose Antonio Federizon
62 768 14 10 58 Charisma Vecuna
63 789 14 10 59 Nick Pasiken(Official OST sweeper)

Total registrants: 78
DNS: 8
DNF: 7
Cutoff time: 14:00:00 hours
Success Rate: 60/70, 85.7%

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BIB NUMBER TIME NAME
1 13 05 47 Manolito Divina(Champion/Course Record)
2 503 13 57 34 Gene Olvis(1st Runner-up)
3 514 14 33 57 Jan Nilsen (Norway, 2nd Runner-up)
4 515 16 31 48 Robert Watson (Australia)
5 459 17 08 38 Mohd Puzi Dolah (Malaysia)
6 484 17 24 40 Jeric Occiano
7 524 17 24 41 Erick Guieb
8 505 17 24 42 Ronie Nular
9 457 17 50 57 Marvin Evasco
10 448 18 44 00 Rai Cabanig
11 497 18 59 25 Thumbie Remigio
12 455 19 41 08 Rollie dela Cruz
13 287 19 52 28 Joel Bengtay
14 463 19 52 48 Marc Conrad Molina
15 489 19 53 03 Jullius Ceazar Lim
16 513 19 53 05 James Tellias
17 215 19 53 44 Patrick Aquino
18 488 19 54 28 Alex Lacsama
19 493 F1 20 00 25 Del Guidaben(Champion, Ladies)
20 480 20 34 39 Jeff Suazo
21 504 20 34 40 Roswald Espinosa
22 597 20 42 00 George Dolores
23 510 20 46 57 Yuen Loong Ho(Malaysia)
24 501 21 28 50 Vladimir Hernandez
25 472 21 54 04 Windell Patagoc
26 F2 22 06 21 Julie Ann Luchana(1st Runner-up, Ladies)
27 460 22 08 25 Weai Boon Lai(Malaysia)
28 482 22 33 45 Jose Llaneta
29 496 22 33 46 George Javier
30 208 22 49 07 Andrew Aquino
31 453 23 28 23 Ceejay de Leon
32 467 23 28 24 Darrel Padolina
33 475 23 28 25 Cyrus Fabres
34 285 23 51 49 Nicholas Barrowclough(UK)
35 469 23 55 53 Dexter Tubang
36 446 23 56 13 Randy Bierso
37 492 23 56 20 Ronnie Santos
38 508 23 59 59 Weng Kwong Woo(Malaysia)
39 179 24 14 01 Leo Año
40 25 09 00 CJ Paran
41 537 25 20 47 Ryan Carmona
42 495 25 21 20 Rodel Saclao
43 464 25 22 25 Badong Sietereales
44 483 26 04 08 Darwin Pagayon
45 084 F3 26 04 09 Rashel Peña(2nd Runner-up, Ladies)
46 456 26 04 10 Elle Alvarez
47 494 26 09 57 Arman Garcia
48 470 26 27 17 Allan Ordaniel
49 461 26 35 24 Daisy Merca
50 490 26 57 32 Jojo Padua
51 452 27 03 37 Armando Dennis Delas Alas
52 450 27 03 38 Jonjon Alegre
53 447 27 03 50 Bren Bulso
54 462 27 04 48 Lorenzo Mina
55 539 27 04 49 Van Denn Cruz
56 507 27 18 54 Lai Fong Sang(Malaysia)
57 511 27 23 44 Al Casas
58 479 27 23 45 Teejay Sakuma
59 473 27 28 08 Manny Faminialagao
60 509 27 44 02 Fujii Loh(Malaysia)
61 474 27 45 11 Arwin Sta. Clara
62 522 27 47 28 Edison Maalindog
63 451 27 51 44 Edmund Cura
64 454 27 55 32 Jojo dela Cruz
65 28 22 00 Glenn Anthony Magnayon
66 31 09 00 Gay Zerine Baniwas
67 31 09 00 Adel Laking
68 31 09 00 Rone Milan

Total registrants: 93
DNS: 5
DNF: 24
Cutoff time: 28:00:00 hours
Success Rate: 64/88, 72.7%

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2015 Bakun Trio Trail Fest

Posted in Uncategorized on March 10, 2015 by jonel c mendoza

April 18-19, 2015

Start/Finish: Bakun Central Municipal Hall

 

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REGISTRATION PROCEDURE

  • Accomplish registration form race-waiver
  • Deposit registration fee to BPI 2379 0362 39 Constante C Mendoza Jr. Print name and shirt size on the slip(See chart below). No shirt substitution will be allowed once registration is confirmed
  • Scan/Camera shoot and email both documents to frontrunnermag@gmail.com (Subject: BAKUN TRIO. Please do NOT post on my Facebook wall or send through private messages)
  • Wait for confirmation email
  • Claiming of race kits will be from 3:00 PM onwards, April 17 at the Briefing Venue(Bakun Central Barangay Hall)
  • Registration Fee P3,500.00 (Inclusive of Race Bib, Event Shirt, Trail Fee, Finisher’s Medal, Frontrunner  Magazine, Six meals(April 17-dinner, April 18-breakfast, lunch, dinner, April 19-breakfast and lunch), Two nights lodging(beddings/mattress and pillows provided-no beds/floor sleeping, April 17 and 18)
  • Registration Period: March 12-March 31, 2015(or while slots last)

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THERE WILL BE NO TRANSFER OF ENTRY FEES(event or person) AND NO REFUNDS(full or partial). “Finally – please remember that there will be NO refunds – NO transfers – NO exceptions. Do not ask for a refund or a transfer to another date or event – the answer is a polite NO. There will be no refunds even if your cat ate your homework or your dog ate your cat or your grandmother ran over your dog or your grandfather ran over your grandmother or you can’t find a babysitter or your girlfriend is cheating on you or you are cheating on your girlfriend or you get shot in the head during an unfortunate piñata incident, or if you become injured or if you don’t have time to train or if you contract poison oak, syphilis, herpes simplex, chapped lips, or any other communicable disease or you get bit by a lizard, you have a hangover or you got shot in the neck with a poison dart or your trailer gets destroyed by a tornado or you get deported or your daughter gets married, or any other reason – your registration will not, under any circumstances, no way, no how, ain’t gonna happen, be refunded. Comprende? Don’t like that idea? Don’t register.” – Luis Escobar of Born to Run Ultra Marathons in California

RACE ROUTE INFORMATION AND GUIDELINES

All runners joining this event, a trail race, must understand that innate challenges exist and therefore, must be prepared to make decisions for their own safety without any expectation of assistance due to the inaccessibility to any type of motor vehicle, remoteness of the race route and the distance between villages/households. And given the race’s nature, the conditions normally experienced in road races are entirely different from what is to be encountered here.

While there is no guarantee that the runner is prepared for any eventuality, proper and adequate training and information about the event will increase the chances for a runner to finish the event successfully. That said, please read the details carefully before you sign up.

You have been forewarned.

  • APRIL 18. This is an and out and back race(25 kilometers, starts at 4:30 AM-1:30 PM) that will take participants to the summits of Mount Tenglawan first, then Mount Lobo.
  • APRIL 19. This is an and out and back group trek(10 kilometers, starts at 4:30 AM-11:30 AM) that will take participants to the summit of Mount Kabunian. All participants must stay together at all times and trek as one under the guidance of marshals and at no instance will no one be allowed to trek outside of the designated area.
  • Along the trail are villages where you will also see vegetable gardens and terraces. Please do your best to avoid stepping on the plants.
  •  It is STRICTLY prohibited to gather any kind of vegetation/insect/living thing for souvenir at any point of the course. Violation of such will result to outright disqualification. You may however take pictures.
  • Everyone must stay only along the designated path and not create new paths(no bushwacking) at all times.
  • THIS IS A SEMI-SELF SUPPORT EVENT. All participants are required to bring with them at least 1.5 liters worth of water(in bottles or hydration bags). Everyone is also required to bring with them extra food to last them during the duration of the events. There will be a gear check upon checking-in at the start. Anyone without the necessary items will not be allowed to proceed.
  • There will be an aid station along the route.
  • Given the altitude and characteristics of the area and time it is being held, there are chances of rain and sudden dips in temperature at times. It is therefore a must for all to bring the necessary clothing-waterproof raincoat/jacket and the like. Whistles are required as well.
  • Runners must also bring with them first aid kit consisting of cotton balls, loperamide tablets, antiseptic solution, gauze bandages and the like and wet wipes.
  • There is a possibility of leech bites(limatik) therefore, you are encouraged to bring salt with you to rub on the bite. Check on your body from time to time especially when passing through grassy sections.
  • The course will be marked with ribbons and permanent markers. There will also be some local guides acting as marshals along the route. Other than that, you will have to rely on your navigational skills, good judgment and common sense. Please take time to study the route pictures and map.
  • There will be bib and time recorders at the different aid stations so all participants must report to the stationed race marshal to have his name and bib recorded.
  • Evacuation costs for runners who will declare themselves as DNF(Did Not Finish)will be at the said runner’s account/expense.
  • Participants must conduct themselves properly at all times and are requested to treat all marshals with utmost courtesy.
  • Runners who will declare themselves as DNF must contact the Race Director or nearest race marshal informing him of such status.
  • Some of the areas along the route have hamlets so everyone is encouraged to say a word or two of greetings to the locals. Steer clear of animals especially those with their young. PLEASE RESPECT THE LOCALS AND CULTURE AT ALL TIMES.
  • Participants must properly mark and secure their belongings should they deposit their bags at the starting line. The organizers will not be responsible for any loss, damages or breakages whatsoever.
  • At ALL times, everybody must practice the Leave No Trace(LNT) credo. Please cooperate by following only what is right. Remember that we are all visitors to the place and as such, we must respect it, the people and their culture. Your full cooperation will be highly appreciated by all.
  • And with all due respect, the Race Director’s decision is final, thank you.

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MANDATORY GEAR

  1. Cellular Phone (fully charged and with load)
  2. Functioning flashlights or headlamps
  3. Whistle
  4. First Aid kit (antiseptic, bandage, cotton, salt, loperamide tablets)
  5. Extra food or energy gels
  6. Wet wipes
  7. Light poncho or Waterproof jacket

 

HOW TO GET THERE

 

Bakun is 3 to 4 hours away from Baguio City. You may take the lone bus of Bakun Coop which leaves at 6:30 AM in its terminal in La Trinidad.

If you fail to catch it, you may take other public transport bound for Central Benguet or Mountain Province for as long as it will pass through Halsema Highway. Alight at Sinipsip junction along Halsema Highway. Bakun is around 35 kilometers away yet so contact Mr Arthur Tolito(0905 317 2616) to provide a pickup service to bring you to the venue. Otherwise, you may arrange for your own personal service vehicle.

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Valley Trail Challenge 5

Posted in Uncategorized on March 2, 2015 by jonel c mendoza

June 28, 2015 

NUVALI, Sta Rosa, Laguna

Your intro into the world of ultra trail running 

Nagsawa na ba kayo sa paulit-ulit na tinatakbuhan ninyo dito sa Metro Manila at kung saan-saan pa? Batung-bato na ba kayo sa tigas ng sementong kalsada? Di ba’t panahon na para subukan ninyo ang ibang klaseng kalsada, ruta at mga bagong tanawin?

For those who have done the marathon, don’t you think it’s time to test your feet for an ultramarathon? And for those who simply love the outdoors, a 15- and 30-kilometer category awaits you.

And for all those who had their trail or ultramarathon baptism of fire in the same event the past years, you are all once again cordially invited by frontRUNNER Magazine, Ang Pambansang Babasahin ng Mananakbong Pilipino, to the 5th Valley Trail Challenge that will be held on June 28, 2015 at NUVALI, Sta Rosa, Laguna.

The route is generally runner-friendly, having a rolling but mostly flat terrain(single and double track dirt roads), and only around 5% will consist of concrete roads. This route offers reprieve from constant pounding on hard surfaces. It is an out and back course with the start and finish lines situated in the vicinity of the Baseball Field. The course will bring runners to the peripheries of the NUVALI complex which will offer participants majestic views that only nature and NUVALI can offer.

And in the true tradition of trail and ultra running, this race will be a no frills, all thrills event where runners, despite the presence of aid stations, are strongly advised to be self-contained and sufficient, meaning, runners are strongly advised to carry their own headlamps/flashlights, hydration kits and nutrition supplies.

Additionally, it is also recommended that they bring their own first aid kit(cotton balls, antiseptic solution, band aid strips and anti-biotic ointment).

Experience the peace and serenity of your run without the distractions of the usual pre- and post-race noise and fanfare.

We hope to see you share the trails with us.

Bring your cameras too! RAIN or SHINE.

REGISTRATION FEES (part of registration fees will go the HERO FOUNDATION).

LIMITED SLOTS (Updates will be given as to availability of slots)

15k- 900.00 pesos- Swag: Event shirt and Finisher’s Medal, Post-race meal and drinks

30k- 1200.00 pesos- Swag: Event shirt and Finisher’s Medal, Post-race meal and drinks

50k- 1500.00 pesos-Swag: Event shirt and Finisher’s Medal, Post-race meal and drinks

Registration starts on March 16. Limited slots only and registration period may end once all slots are filled up. This means there will be NO onsite registration/extension. 

15k Start: 5:00 AM, Cutoff time THREE hours, 3:00:00 

30k Start: 3:00 AM, Cutoff time SIX hours, 6:00:00 

50k Start: 2:00 AM, Cutoff time TEN hours, 10:00:00 (25-Kilometer Cutoff, 5:00:00 Hours. Runners not able to meet this deadline will be declared as DNF and be brought back to the finish line.) 

REGISTRATION PROCEDURE

  1. Bank Deposit: HARDCORE PUBLISHING HOUSE, INC. BPI 2371 0034 71
  2. Print your name, shirt size and distance on the deposit slip together with your signed and duly-accomplished registration form and waiver

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  3. Scan or Camera-capture and email to 2015valleytc@gmail.com. You will receive an acknowledgement thereafter. Please do NOT post on facebook.
  4. Incomplete details on deposit slip will not be honored.
  5. For inquiries; frontrunnermag@gmail.com

RACE DETAILS

  1. Please read and understand all details thoroughly.
  2. Start/Finish Line: Baseball Field, NUVALI.
  3. Please be on time. Latecomers will NOT be allowed be allowed to officially join the race anymore. However, they are still entitled to post-race items except the Official Finisher’s medal.
  4. Assembly Time: 1:00 AM (for 50k), 2:00 AM(30k) and 4:00 AM(15k) / RAIN or SHINE.
  5. Claiming of  race kits will be held on the following dates; June 2015  from 11:00 AM – 7:00 PM at 100 Miles Cafe, BGC, Taguig City.
  6. THERE WILL BE NO RACE KIT DISTRIBUTION DURING RACE DAY AT THE VENUE.
  7. All runners must wear their race numbers in front, pinned on the shirt or shorts.
  8. Runners will make a turnaround at their respective turning points and make their way back to the finish line.
  9. There will be aid stations located at Km 6(Gate 3-15, 30, 50K), Km 15(Mirriam-30, 50K), Km 20(Gate 5-50k) and Km 25(Nuvali Boulevard corner East Conservation Road-50k) where all runners are free to refill and eat. Take note that since this an out and back course, you will be passing these aid stations twice, except for the Km 25 station.
  10. Littering is absolutely prohibited. Violation of such will merit outright disqualification. Garbage bags are available in all aid stations.
  11. Race route will be marked by ribbons and/or directional tarpaulins.
  12. Runners who decide not to continue the race must contact the Race Director or inform the nearest aid station marshals for proper accounting.
  13. No time credits will be given for runners who get lost therefore all runners are encouraged to pay attention to race markers/signs.
  14. NO shuttle service to and from NUVALI is provided.
  15. FREE parking is available at the designated parking areas. While security will be provided, runners will be solely responsible for securing their belongings. Race organizers and management will not be held liable for any damage or loss to personal items.
  16. Baggage deposit counter/toilet and bathroom will be available at the same site.
  17. The Race Director may, at any time, make revisions on the course and race details/rules for the benefit of all runners and reserves all the rights to use pictures and videos taken by any participant for publication in any form of media without any consideration, monetary or otherwise. Owners of published photos/videos will be duly recognized.
  18. ALL RUNNERS ARE REQUIRED BRING THEIR OWN HYDRATION BOTTLES/PACKS. YOU ARE FREE TO REFILL IN ALL STATIONS. THERE WILL BE NO CUPS AVAILABLE IN ALL AID STATIONS IN KEEPING WITH THE “LEAVE NO TRACE” theme.
  19. Enjoy, have fun and absolutely NO WHINING.
  20. Race Director’s decision is final.
  21. OFFICIAL RESULTS

    • 2012 results and race pictures; http://frontrunnermagph.com/2012/07/03/list-of-finishers-2nd-valley-trail-challenge/
    • 2013 results and race director’s report; http://frontrunnermagph.com/2013/07/02/yes-to-typhoon-gorios-signal-number-2-bluff-2013-valley-trail-challenge-official-results-and-race-report/
    • 2014 results and race director’s report; http://frontrunnermagph.com/2014/07/03/official-results-and-race-directors-report-2014-soleus-valley-trail-challenge/

    RACE MAP

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    TRAIL RUNNING. JUST YOU AND THE GROUND. NOTHING FANCY.

OFFICIAL RESULTS: 2015 Mount Ugo Trail Marathon

Posted in Uncategorized on February 23, 2015 by jonel c mendoza

2015 Mount Ugo Trail Marathon

February 22, 2015

Kayapa, Nueva Vizcaya, Philippines

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b5   11016836_10152873830229442_297437611040142109_n 10995282_10152268804017325_788230655645308923_n (1) 1924615_10205071656503064_1570807948232720825_n 10981954_10205071653502989_2513843953726195350_n 10998312_10205071654703019_2907612298038617330_n   10958196_10205210942145998_1661707319682284168_n mum3 b1 b2 b3 Congratulations to all the participants of the 2015 Mount Ugo Trail Marathon!

Thank you very much for making it a success once again and for making it to date the most-attended. And thank you to those who keep coming back and making the event a part of their annual pilgrimage to the mountain trails.

To the first-timers, welcome to the beautiful world of trail running. I hope that you have already discovered more for yourselves during the many times of difficulties and in your solitary moments when there is nothing but silence and the wide-open vista.

To those who did not make it, do not sulk. Instead, hold your heads up, learn your lessons well and come back stronger and wiser. There is no shame in defeat, it is but temporary.

There are no words to express my deepest appreciation to everyone but please accept my most sincere gratitude on behalf of the schoolchildren of the beneficiary schools.Thank you very much, Climb Against Cancer Pilipinas led by Ms. Nini Sacro and her hardy bunch of volunteers, and the donors.

Thank you to our event supporters and partners, Universal Robina Corporation, MILO, SMART Communications, Sport Resources Inc., Superfood Grocer, Cordillera Conservation Trust, Ms. Che Alberto and Mr. Dennis Uy.

Thank you to Team frontRUNNER event volunteers – Nick Pasiken, Robert Watson, Tom and Gay Baniwas and Brian Guleng.

And finally, thank you to the Municipalities of Kayapa and Itogon, Barangay Tinongdan and the local folks for opening their homes once again to all the visitors. Mabuhay kayong lahat!

NEXT UP: http://www.kotmtrailrun.com/fourlakes100/  March 28, 2015

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Top Three, Men’s 21, Al Tellias, Marcelo Bautista, Smith Acangan with Major Ron Illana, PA as special guest

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Top Three, Women’s 21, Diana Occiano, Em Balanza, Marween Gonzales)

(Photos from various event participants, thank you!)

OFFICIAL RESULTS

21 Kilometers (Cutoff 5:00:00 Hours)

  1. Marcelo Bautista 2:00:05 Overall Champion
  2. Smith Acangan 2:03:59 First Runner-up
  3. All Tellias 2:05:20 Second Runner-up
  4. Larry Estoesta 2:07:36
  5. Jess Magat 2:09:21
  6. Mark Villafuerte 2:09:59
  7. Marco Acosta 2:25:10
  8. Francis Singson 2:36:36
  9. Mark Abella 2:45:44
  10. Richard Lamb 2:47:45
  11. Em Balanza 2:51:31 Women’s Champion
  12. Mark Balanza 2:51:32
  13. Randy Agdeppa 3:04:12
  14. Diana Jane Occiano 3:06:29 Women’s First Runner-up
  15. Marween Corpuz 3:12:22 Women’s Second Runner-up
  16. Louie Salvador 3:15:26
  17. Maris Bautista 3:16:32
  18. Jeffrey Juson 3:25:29
  19. Carlo Magayano 3:30:08
  20. Ruben Labasan 3:30:59
  21. Alexandria Ahongon 3:31:22
  22. Francis Dedicatoria 3:33:37
  23. Rochelle Valdez 3:43:24
  24. Lex Cusay 3:45:06
  25. Ronalyn Linatoc 3:45:07
  26. Clariza Sta. Rosa 3:53:21
  27. Ivy Artegenio 3:56:33
  28. Rhea Artegenio 3:56:54
  29. Raymundo Bautista 3:57:13
  30. Ricky Alon-alon 4:10:02
  31. Charisse Luayon 4:14:09
  32. Karina Encela 4:14:15
  33. Gerald Galan 4:19:17
  34. Nick Pasiken 4:31:59
  35. Amelia Picardal 5:40:39

Success Rate: 34/35 = 97%

DNS(Did Not Start): 12

Total Registrants: 47

42 Kilometers (Cutoff 10:00:00 Hours)

  1. James Tellias 4:43:31 Overall Champion
  2. Koi Grey 4:47:09 First Runner-up
  3. Joel Bengtay 4:48:06 Second Runner-up
  4. Dino Mantilez 5:05:04
  5. Marcelino Sana-oy 5:25:44
  6. Kristrian Joergensen 5:26:28
  7. Richard Akol 5:36:04
  8. Jeff Suazo 5:40:57
  9. Manolito Divina 5:52:58
  10. Thumbie Remigio 5:52:59
  11. Jeric Occiano 5:54:38
  12. Rai Cabanig 5:54:39
  13. Marvin Evasco 5:57:36
  14. Jonas Borja 5:58:37
  15. Alex Lacsama 6:09:42
  16. Patrick Aquino 6:11:41
  17. Arnold Banaay 6:13:11
  18. Rollie Dela Cruz 6:15:11
  19. Jojo Mendoza 6:17:27
  20. Erwin Layosa 6:18:16
  21. Al Casas 6:19:40
  22. Stephen Zarate 6:23:17
  23. Ariel Aquino 6:25:47
  24. Dennis Lopez 6:25:48
  25. Jovencio Luspian 6:30:43
  26. Darvic Mallare 6:36:44
  27. Alain Vincent 6:40:13
  28. Sam Guabna 6:41:39
  29. Jeffrey Poblete 6:42:02
  30. Rashel Peña 6:45:23 Women’s Champion
  31. Edmund Cura 6:45:24
  32. Argie Cabrera 6:47:34
  33. Darwin Pagayon 6:47:58
  34. Daphne Codilla 6:50:46 Women’s First Runner-up
  35. Arlene Agulto 6:50:54 Women’s Second Runner-up
  36. Robert Watson 6:54:58
  37. Neil De Leon 6:57:52
  38. Vladimir Hernandez 6:58:56
  39. Darrel Padolina 7:00:48
  40. Manny Faminialagao 7:00:58
  41. Arnold Eming 7:01:47
  42. Jerome Bautista 7:04:30
  43. Marc Molina 7:05:19
  44. George Ventayen 7:05:39
  45. Andrew Christopher Khrisnan 7:08:32
  46. Mark Frandsen 7:08:34
  47. Nestor Ferrer 7:09:21
  48. Jordan Dacanay 7:13:19
  49. Windell Pagatoc 7:14:56
  50. Jane Canggat 7:18:13
  51. Daisy Merca 7:18:14
  52. Zoltan Komlosi 7:18:15
  53. Christian Pabatao 7:19:07
  54. Jojo Dela Cruz 7:19:22
  55. Ellany Anlap 7:23:05
  56. Glenn Anthony Magnayon 7:25:04
  57. Nerissa Golondrina 7:28:00
  58. Camelo Balugo 7:29:06
  59. Rose Betonio 7:37:05
  60. Leo Año 7:43:25
  61. Michael Dauz 7:43:38
  62. Samuel Fernando 7:44:43
  63. Francis Arnold Rivera 7:46:15
  64. Mark Itol 7:47:40
  65. Matthew David 7:49:31
  66. Allan Gregor Bulos 7:51:28
  67. Mon Iti 7:51:32
  68. Marie Joyce Negapatan 7:51:42
  69. Bong Bernadez 8:00:32
  70. Donald Yasay 8:06:35
  71. Bren Bulso 8:07:12
  72. Oliver Alcido 8:07:13
  73. Lester Jerome Chuayap 8:07:25
  74. Elsie Ojeda 8:08:43
  75. Dominic Jamisola 8:09:20
  76. CJ Paran 8:10:03
  77. Arthur Duque II 8:10:45
  78. Marvin Javillonar 8:10:46
  79. Rizzalyn Damaso 8:12:46
  80. Tony Baga 8:12:47
  81. Jefferson Sensano 8:15:15
  82. Jeffrey Furigay 8:19:49
  83. Rodel Saclao 8:20:10
  84. Reymar Mercado 8:20:16
  85. David Buban 8:22:31
  86. Adel Laking 8:27:08
  87. Johanna Lee 8:27:12
  88. Jojo Padua 8:28:05
  89. Johann Marquez 8:28:06
  90. Jorell Paringit 8:28:07
  91. Francis Santiago 8:28:08
  92. Christine Salazar 8:31:32
  93. Gladys Alcido 8:31:45
  94. Jason Tabudlo 8:37:41
  95. Johanna Padua 8:39:38
  96. Rhoda Grace Sison 8:40:58
  97. Jake Manzano 8:41:08
  98. Jan Allan Orden 8:45:05
  99. Jerry Peralta 8:45:26
  100. Orlando Ortines 8:49:27
  101. Manny Ocampo 8:50:08
  102. Sam Mallari 8:52:38
  103. Khris Caleon 8:52:39
  104. Jona Acosta 8:52:40
  105. Myla Go 8:54:22
  106. Roy Ochavo 8:54:23
  107. Randy Miranda 8:55:44
  108. Ronald Noriega 8:59:59
  109. Jeffrey Garcia 9:02:03
  110. Knell Villena 9:08:18
  111. Reza Tordilla 9:09:52
  112. Joylyn Calde 9:14:51
  113. Michael Mariano 9:15:26
  114. Michelle Mercurio 9:16:21
  115. Lenny Angeles 9:17:12
  116. Chinky Villavicencio 9:20:38
  117. James Bandayrel 9:23:38
  118. Denicko Labayan 9:23:41
  119. Jose Miguel Limos 9:24:19
  120. Elvin Delingon 9:26:39
  121. Jean-Michel Pedroso 9:30:10
  122. Marvin De Guia 9:29:36
  123. Voltron Visda 9:40:38
  124. Warren Padura 9:42:40
  125. Marvin Restor 9:43:51
  126. Paola Ronquillo 9:44:50
  127. Jaya Ladyong 9:44:51
  128. Limuel Marinay 9:44:59
  129. Jing Guerrero 9:50:13
  130. Melvin Catbagan 9:52:39
  131. Arnel Distor 9:54:26
  132. Jay Baclay 9:57:42
  133. Roy Encela 10:03:21
  134. Errol-Flynn Regaya 10:03:23
  135. Francis Dumangeng 10:17:51
  136. Marie Nelle Saddul 10:17:54
  137. Joyce Llanda 10:30:31
  138. Jet Ballesteros 10:30:45
  139. Jasper Verceles 10:30:48
  140. Jayson De Ocampo 10:42:40
  141. Arianne Ortega 11:18:59
  142. Cecille Manginsay 11:21:47
  143. Kathleen Perez 11:47:27
  144. Laxmi Valido 11:57:08
  145. Herman Ramos 11:57:09
  146. Geraldine Rupisan 12:00:56
  147. Maria Celeste Marinay 12:00:57

Success Rate: 132/147 = 89%

Did Not Finish: 3 Did Not Start(DNS):  14

Total Registrants: 164          

OFFICIAL RESULTS: 2015 Santa Fe 18K Trail Run

Posted in Uncategorized on January 19, 2015 by jonel c mendoza

2015 Sante Fe 18K Trail Run

Ampucao, Itogon, Benguet

January 18, 2015

 

Congratulations to all the finishers!

Thank you to all the participants and Team frontRUNNER marshals-Nixon Pasiken, Robert Watson, Tom and Gay Baniwas, Brian Guleng, Mark and Mylady Villafuerte, James and All Tellias, JC Padua, Joel Bengtay, Dino Mantilez and Ms. Che Alberto-for the support and help.

I also extend my appreciation to Universal Robina Corporation and Calle Dulce.

My gratitude goes as well to the Municipality of Itogon(Mayor Victorio Palangdan) and Barangay Ampucao(Barangay Chairman Eddie Amuasen) and its residents for welcoming everyone.

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Official Results

  1. Jason Lipa 1:56:57 Overall Champion
  2. Ronald Donaal 1:56:59 First Runner-up
  3. Koi Grey 1:57:38 Second Runner-up
  4. Warren Lumidao 1:59:18
  5. Meloyd Quiñones 2:02:38
  6. Richard Akol 2:06:02
  7. Ronie Nullar 2:10:32
  8. Sandi Menchi Abahan 2:15:15 Champion, Women
  9. Joe Wacangan 2:15:28
  10. Sam Guabna 2:16:58
  11. George Killo 2:17:57
  12. Floyd John Geston 2:19:47
  13. Jonas Borja 2:22:31
  14. Kristian Joergensen 2:24:51
  15. William Capya-ao 2:26:54
  16. Eddie Culos 2:27:00
  17. Kenji Akinaga 2:27:03
  18. Stephen Zarate 2:28:26
  19. Jovencio Luspian 2:29:22
  20. Jackson Buenavente 2:31:05
  21. Rogan Coilan 2:31:15
  22. Jp Alipio 2:31:37
  23. Joanne Plumbley 2:31:55 First Runner-up, Women
  24. Roger Nafianog 2:33:20
  25. Charles Ganga-ey 2:33:35
  26. Francis Evan Singson 2:36:10
  27. Sprite Miguel 2:36:38
  28. Vanessa Laura Hans 2:39:28 Second Runner-up, Women
  29. Rey Jimenez 2:39:30
  30. Michael Salada 2:41:18
  31. Kenedy Datong 2:43:15
  32. John Mark Gammonac 2:43:50
  33. Harry Tanoja 2:45:15
  34. Dennis Lee 2:45:44
  35. Lezer Mercene 2:46:50
  36. Rashel Peña 2:49:20
  37. Ignatius Patrimonio 2:49:38
  38. Aris Matibag 2:50:40
  39. Marc Conrad Molina 2:51:02
  40. Allan Jay Espiritu 2:51:20
  41. Carlo Gonzalez 2:51:50
  42. Bryant Utleg 2:52:10
  43. Arlene Agulto 2:52:33
  44. Joeferino Guinumtad 2:58:16
  45. Oliver Alcido 2:58:17
  46. Reymart Ngoddo 2:58:18
  47. Elson Ballena 2:59:26
  48. 268 3:00:20
  49. Annie Tumaneng 3:03:29
  50. Daisy Merca 3:03:30
  51. Michael Cruz 3:05:45
  52. Felicito Cutit 3:05:50
  53. Miel Caballero 3:08:00
  54. Rod Leal 3:09:28
  55. Maurine Gaspar 3:15:39
  56. Bong Palaganas 3:16:16
  57. Franklin Lobino 3:19:04
  58. Fred Michael Go 3:19:45
  59. Paul Chris Agustin 3:19:47
  60. George Ventayen 3:19:48
  61. Donna Mauting 3:20:24
  62. Mabel Bastawang 3:20:54
  63. Allan Margarata 3:22:13
  64. Michael Noel Maximo 3:23:15
  65. Ruth Taguiling 3:23:18
  66. Roxanne Maquinto 3:23:31
  67. Aloysius Llanes 3:25:44
  68. Rose Betonio 3:27:30
  69. Mark Frandsen 2:27:35
  70. Donald Boc 3:28:04
  71. Gene Estandian 3:28:20
  72. Rhoyland Buscay 3:28:24
  73. Mark Itol 3:29:10
  74. Gilbert Jacaban 3:31:37
  75. Karinna Aquino 3:32:11
  76. Pepe Calulot 3:33:24
  77. Lauren Marie Flores 3:34:54
  78. Marji Sim Raganit
  79. Allan Ordaniel 3:35:09
  80. Roger Espe 3:35:50
  81. Jose Jasper Andal 3:41:40
  82. Andrew Garcia 3:41:45
  83. Kenneth Borje 3:41:55
  84. Edd Dereck Borja 3:42:10
  85. Jerome De Leon 3:43:20
  86. Mark Jaycobe Banatlao 3:46:16
  87. Jeremias Telva 3:46:27
  88. Roderick Sotto 3:46:32
  89. Kathleen Bugnosen 3:53:14
  90. Remi Roque 3:53:16
  91. Ron Illana 3:54:19
  92. Christine Salazar 3:57:02
  93. Raul Verceles 4:04:38
  94. Mary Grace Benavidez 4:04:40
  95. Eisset Liwag 4:04:41
  96. Ruben Casim 4:10:44
  97. Evelyn Sabalones 4:10:58
  98. Jill Page-et 4:15:21
  99. Sheryl Amboni 4:15:32
  100. Joylyn Calde 4:16:05
  101. Anthony Valcos 4:16:25
  102. Donnie Salvador 4:16:30
  103. Jeffrey Juson 4:29:59
  104. Aimee Sanoy 4:32:55
  105. 267 4:36:04
  106. Mark Lester Sotelo 4:38:37
  107. Paul Randy Olimpo 4:38:56
  108. Rowena Ruth Valbuena 4:42:58
  109. Eugene Valbuena 4:43:00
  110. Julius Lucea 4:46:33
  111. Boy Angeles 4:46:38
  112. Elda Rhea Olimpo 4:48:28
  113. Reza Tordilla 4:52:23
  114. Eggie De Guia 4:53:16
  115. Christian Garcia 4:53:33
  116. Gerald Asiado 4:54:47
  117. Jesus Reigner Sindanum , Jr. 4:55:49
  118. Jay-Arr Cabrigas 4:55:59
  119. Charlton Jules Romero 4:59:30
  120. Boni Doques 5:01:52
  121. Melvin Co 5:03:12
  122. Robin Perez 5:03:23
  123. Kristopher Marzan 5:03:46
  124. Amadeo Go 5:13:59
  125. Richelle Alimba 5:15:45
  126. Jennifer Densen 5:21:00
  127. Krilenko Geslani 5:21:20
  128. Patricia Janine Ealdama 5:21:31
  129. Anson Joy Kitan 5:23:12
  130. Dina Pindog 5:23:16
  131. Cassiopoea Anne Peralta 5:37:01
  132. Janelle Dulnuan 5:37:02
  133. Fred Peralta 5:37:03
  134. Kim Bulatao 5:43:31

DNF 0

DNS 9

 

 

 

 

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