BR’s “Best” In Running For 2010

31 12 2010

1) 2nd Edition of BDM 102—Better administration and conduct of the event with lesser manpower; more runner-participants; slowly getting exposure and awareness in the running community; runners from overseas increased; and finally dubbed as the “longest solo running event in the country today”.

2) Jeju & Soochow Ultramarathon Events—Exposure of our local elite athletes to IAU-sanctioned events proved to be beneficial. As a Race Organizer, more information and technology had been absorbed, studied and applied. Meeting and talking to the “Gods” of Ultrarunning in these events was one of the best experiences! Read the rest of this entry »





“Uh-Oh! I Did It Again”

29 12 2010

Two days after the 2nd Quezon City International Marathon, I went to Camp Aguinaldo to have my recovery run. I planned to have one loop of the 7K-loop course with a slow pace. However, after running for about 5 kilometers, I slowly increased my pace up to the finish line. But my workout changed when I felt my 7K run was not enough. So, I decided to continue my run with a goal to finish 10K for the day. Read the rest of this entry »





Result: 2nd RIZAL Day 32K Run

28 12 2010

2nd Rizal Day 32K Run    
Camp Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo    
27-Dec-10    
           
           
1 Henry Bajo 02:30:55 Champion (Male)  
2 Junrox Roque 02:35:10 1st Runner-up (Male)
3 Alfredo Ocampo 02:37:14 2nd Runnner-up  (Male)
4 Hermogines Olvis 02:39:29      
5 Arnold Dimasuhid 02:44:41      
6 Cenen Milan, Jr 02:45:59      
7 Jonel Mendoza 02:46:11      
8 Eric Bullena 02:46:23      
9 Moses Moreno 02:46:29      
10 Jessie Sacayle 02:49:02      
11 Freddie Mercado 02:49:59      
12 Alexander Macalintal 02:50:37      
13 Mark Hernandez 02:51:10      
14 Philip Le Roux 02:53:04      
15 Benedict Balaba 02:53:41      
16 Ignatius Patrimonio 02:53:41      
17 Graciano Santos 02:54:46      
18 Vergelio Leona 02:58:44      
19 Fernando Cabanero 02:59:12      
20 Edwin Gajol 02:59:29      
21 Mark Anthony Rodica 03:00:25      
22 Alfred Delos Reyes 03:01:25      
23 Eugene Yasay 03:01:44      
24 Simon Miranda 03:01:56      
25 Angelo Arellano 03:02:25      
26 Francis Randy Hortelano 03:03:08      
27 Efren Dimaano, Jr. 03:03:10      
28 Bryan Magali 03:03:14      
29 Ronnel Go 03:03:17      
30 Jose Duenas 03:03:26      
31 Olivia Dimaano 03:03:29 Champiom (Female)
32 Ken Go 03:03:34      
33 Roberto Delos Santos 03:04:43      
34 Samson Ocampo 03:06:34      
35 Nolan Llanora 03:06:59      
36 Rex San Pedro 03:07:07      
37 Ruthgardo Munez 03:07:00      
38 Rolando Escalano 03:08:58      
39 Saturnino Camangonan 03:09:31      
40 Elmer Morales 03:10:23      
41 Ben Alacar 03:10:46      
42 Rain Ordonez 03:11:22      
43 Gil Brazil 03:11:31      
44 Lester Chuayap 03:14:39      
45 Christine Ferrera 03:14:49 1st Runner-up (Female)
46 Roberto Dela Cruz 03:15:33      
47 Roning Avellanosa 03:15:48      
48 Camila Brooks 03:15:49 2nd Runner-up (Female)
49 Leopoldo Santos, Jr 03:17:15      
50 Lito Quintero 03:17:37      
51 Jerome Bautista 03:17:48      
52 Linton Lim 03:18:11      
53 Noel Senorin 03:18:22      
54 Jerry Adriano 03:19:05      
55 Jan Imperio 03:19:05      
56 Noel Miano 03:20:07      
57 Andrei Baguio 03:21:49      
58 Randy Rubio 03:22:25      
59 Bobby Go 03:24:09      
60 Robert Reyes 03:25:53      
61 Rolly Tolentino 03:27:15      
62 Emerson Sto. Domingo 03:28:43      
63 Allan Martos 03:28:58      
64 Jeoffrey Ramos 03:29:40      
65 Abel Jin Ngo 03:29:51      
66 Marlo Guloy 03:30:10      
67 Arnulfo Villaluna 03:30:59      
68 Reuben Miranda 03:31:29      
69 Kate Pascual (F) 03:31:41      
70 Siosan Baysa (F) 03:32:37      
71 Mari Grace Maligaya (F) 03:32:37      
72 Roque Tena 03:33:39      
73 Jeffrey Avellanosa 03:33:50      
74 Sherwin Montevirgen 03:33:58      
75 Brigilio Balaba 03:34:34      
76 Alex Ebreo 03:35:03      
77 Melvin Pangan 03:35:40      
78 Michael Pua 03:35:59      
79 Joe Babsa-ay 03:36:16      
80 Manol Diaz 03:36:53      
81 Helen Grace Arabia (F) 03:37:08      
82 Raul Roco 03:37:24      
83 Allen Gaspar 03:39:50      
84 Christian Oting 03:39:50      
85 Gil Ocampo 03:39:59      
86 Din Cordero 03:41:15      
87 Ambrosio Felimon 03:41:55      
88 Raffger Sese 03:42:48      
89 Conrado Teodoro 03:43:22      
90 Dennis Villanueva 03:43:28      
91 Mel Severino 03:43:48      
92 Jonathan Villasin 03:45:37      
93 Lit Jose Onrubia 03:45:59      
94 Deanno Basas 03:46:36      
95 Leo Tugade 03:47:31      
96 Julius Cervantes 03:47:44      
97 Charlie Chua 03:48:12      
98 Sonny Vergara 03:48:40      
99 Pedro Ratilla 03:48:45      
100 Bernadette Schlueter 03:48:55      
101 Alwin Magpantay 03:49:19      
102 Cesar Abarientos 03:51:30      
103 Laurencio Ogerio 03:51:47      
104 Chito Carreon 03:52:19      
105 Jerome Cartailler 03:52:41      
106 Jason Dela Rama 03:55:02      
107 Jozell Fernando 03:55:36      
108 Teresa Ybanes 03:56:42      
109 Delmo Sullano 03:57:20      
110 Martin Kare 03:57:30      
111 Marian San Juan (F) 03:58:12      
112 Joseph Ligot 03:58:46      
113 Tom Moreno 03:59:08      
114 Samuel Narcise 03:59:47      
115 Rene Miranda 04:02:10      
116 Ric Cabusao 04:02:36      
117 Carlos Manalo 04:02:42      
118 Vans Camannong 04:03:15      
119 Raymond Suarez 04:03:53      
120 John Paul Bautista 04:06:01      
121 Jason Van Masayon 04:06:06      
122 Noel Medina 04:07:16      
123 Rene Villarta 04:07:35      
124 Jude James Senirez 04:08:48      
125 Fernando Masarin 04:11:11      
126 Jonathan Ramos 04:12:58      
127 Michael Santos 04:13:19      
128 Gerardine Kun (F) 04:13:30      
129 Angela May Pelayo (F) 04:15:56      
130 Ann Kessel Que (F) 04:16:10      
131 George Dolores 04:17:27      
132 Ralph Salvador 04:17:27      
133 Jarvis Nike Jaranilla 04:17:45      
134 Eugene Tariaga 04:21:18      
135 Joferd Petalino 04:21:59      
136 Adrian Florendo 04:23:18      
137 Cookie Wenceslao 04:25:41      
138 Jael Wenceslao 04:25:41      
139 June Jaranilla 04:25:49      
140 Margarette Jaranilla (F) 04:25:57      
141 Jackson Sia 04:27:12      
142 Andrew Llanes 04:27:12      
143 Ian Alacar 04:28:47      
144 Enrico Caramay 04:29:54      
145 Arturo Virata 04:30:41      
146 Napoleon Ocampo 04:33:25      
147 Carlos Ocampo 04:33:25      
148 Leynard Gripal 04:33:47      
149 Mark Fer Castillo 04:33:47      
150 Mark Anthony Alindada 04:33:55      
151 Christopher Montaos 04:35:27      
152 Bong Bernnadez 04:35:40      
153 Estanislao Guillermo 04:36:16      
154 Irene Ong (F) 04:37:00      
155 Glenn Protacio 04:37:42      
156 Raymund Canta 04:38:00      
157 Philip Commeyne 04:38:01      
158 Wesley Orana 04:38:20      
159 Victor Viola 04:38:30      
160 Paolo Tambo 04:38:34      
161 Gary Chua 04:41:28      
162 Rosgar Apolinario 04:41:30      
163 Carlos Nobleza 04:44:30      
164 Benedick Duria 04:45:31      
165 Allan Palomarez 04:46:19      
166 Henry Nufable 04:50:07      
167 Mike Angeles 04:51:15      
168 Ellen Castillo (F) 04:51:26      
169 Ike Soriano 04:51:36      
170 Raiza Tulan (F) 04:51:41      
171 Ayette Padua (F) 04:56:04      
172 Ronald Declarador 04:56:58      
173 Jesy Cruz  04:58:02      
174 Carlo Octoman 04:58:09      
175 Aaron Anievas 04:59:53      
176 Eddie Yruma 05:00:24      
177 Krisha  Manginsay (F) 05:00:41      
178 Kim Manginsai (F) 05:00:41      
179 Carmeli Anne Ortega (F) 05:01:39      
180 Francis Chua 05:05:14      
181 Eric Rizal Vallesteros 05:11:25      
182 Karl Mark Martinez 05:12:15      
183 Michael Romero 05:12:15      
184 Princess Duterte (F) 05:14:21      
185 Clare Justine Perez (F) 05:22:08      
186 Francis Acop 05:22:49      
187 Cindy Sevilla (F) 05:23:36      
188 Frederick Gabriel 05:23:39      
189 Marcos Lontoc 05:30:07      
190 Reginald Santos 05:30:09      
191 Norberto Mortel 05:30:26      
192 Alfred Paul Paiso 05:30:26      
193 Yan Dizon (F) 05:33:51      
194 Rona Dizon (F) 05:33:51      
195 Lorie Padua (F) 05:33:51      
196 Michelle Diangkinay (F) 05:37:31      
197 Danilo Diangkinay 05:37:31      
198 Edwin Rara 05:45:11      




2nd RIZAL Day Run Guidelines

25 12 2010

2nd RIZAL Day 32K Run: 5:30 AM December 27, 2010

The 2nd RIZAL Day Run will be conducted on December 27, 2010 inside Camp Aguinaldo, Quezon City. The Assembly time will be at 5:00 AM and the race will start at 5:30 AM in front of the GHQ Grandstand. Runners will have to run 4 & ¾ loops along the 7-Km route inside the camp. There will be 3-4 Aid Stations along the route that will serve water, sports drinks, cola drinks, and limited “bite” foods. The registration fee is P 650.00. Read the rest of this entry »





“At Last!”

24 12 2010

 At last, the Bald Runner is featured on a Cover Page of a Magazine! I would be a hypocrite if I don’t accept the fact that I’ve been longing to appear in one of the Sports/Running Magazines that are in publication right now. Last year, one of the lady runners asked me why I am not being featured in some of the sports magazines since almost all the runners read my blog and always see me in weekend road races. I answered her that the publisher/s might be afraid to ask me such proposal because of my background as a retired General of the Armed Forces of the Philippines. Or it could be a other way around, my appearance might be a “down-turner” and does not have an appeal to the readers. Their reasons could be both but I really don’t know! Read the rest of this entry »





Running In Newspapers

22 12 2010

A day after the Soochow International Ultramarathon 24-Hour Endurance Run, I randomly bought two daily newspapers in one of the 7-11 Stores in Taipei, Taiwan in order to find out how the media in this country treat a running event in their newspapers.

I don’t know how to read and understand what were printed in such newspapers but by looking at the pictures, the newspapers depict how the media treats this yearly international running event. Read the rest of this entry »





Martin Fryer: Ultrarunner From Australia

21 12 2010

Martin Fryer was the first ultrarunner whom I met at Soochow University and he happens to be from Australia. I started to know him when we had a conversation over lunch with the Race Director of the event, Frank Kou and I spent more time to talk to him later in the afternoon. I did not ask him about his past feats and credentials in ultrarunning as I could easily “Google” his name on the Internet. Read the rest of this entry »








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