Official Result: 4th Bataan Death March 160K Ultra Marathon Race

28 01 2014

4th Bataan Death March 160K Ultra Marathon Race (BDM 160)

5:00 AM January 25 To 11:00 AM January 26, 2014

BDM Km Post #00, Mariveles, Bataan To Capas National Shrine, Capas, Tarlac

Cut-Off Time: 30 Hours

Number of Starters: 60 Runners

Number of Finishers: 50

Percentage of Finish: 83.33%

Gun Start @ BDM Shrine In Mariveles, Bataan

Gun Start @ BDM Shrine In Mariveles, Bataan

1 Wilnar Iglesia  (Champion, Course Record) 16:25:32
2 Lao Ogerio (1st Runner Up, Male) 22:48:35
3 July Oconer (2nd Runner Up, Male) 23:05:03
4 Daphne Codilla (Champion, Female) 24:16:44
5 Bong Alindada 24:31:48
6 Ofelia Lorete (1st Runner Up, Female) 24:56:22
7 Emerson Sto. Domingo 25:14:04
8 Lyra Valles (2nd Runner Up, Female) 25:21:31
9 Dante Sagayap 25:54:57
10 Glairold Recilla 25:56:52
11 Carlo Bacalla 26:14:53
12 Sandy Alentajan 26:17:32
13 Gia Estrella (F) 26:33:04
14 Michael Dauz 26:34:52
15 Tess Leono (F) 26:53:32
16 Manny Ocampo 26:53:33
17 Marc Conrad Molina 26:55:14
18 Jon Borbon 27:17:07
19 Sheryl Quimosing (F) 27:20:50
20 Ariel Tuto Aquino 27:37:58
21 Andrew Aquino 27:47:31
22 Dindo Diaz 28:05:22
23 Amos Adalim 28:06:41
24 Dexter Cruz 28:07:50
25 Hermie Saludes 28:14:07
26 Marc Tibo-oc 28:15:04
27 Carlo Gonzales 28:15:25
28 Jerry Peralta 28:20:41
29 Ferdinand Leaño 28:21:28
30 Fernando Sy Jr. 28:21:40
31 Meljohn Tezon 28:26:58
32 Randy Racho 28:29:33
33 Noel Ko 28:30:49
34 Ariel Briones 28:35:56
35 Jerry Yutuc 28:37:28
36 Carl Balagot 28:45:03
37 Peachy Tamayo (F) 28:47:32
38 Christian Oting 28:54:37
39 Johann Marquez 28:59:07
40 Joseph Sibal 29:15:20
41 Jhunbie Serna 29:16:03
42 Marlon Saracho 29:16:42
43 Michael Flores 29:16:58
44 Ejercito Suyo 29:16:59
45 Ryan Sison 29:17:57
46 Chips Dayrit 29:18:50
47 Marlon Ponce Ian Zarate 29:23:03
48 Joel Sison 29:39:06
49 Floydie Lobo 29:41:07
50 Neil Jhamfrens Broncano 29:47:30
Champion & Course Record Holder, Wilnar Iglesia

Champion & Course Record Holder, Wilnar Iglesia

Wilnar Iglesia & Race Director/Organizer

Wilnar Iglesia & Race Director/Organizer

Congratulations To All The Finishers & Support Crew!

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Race Route Description: Taklang Damulag 100-Mile/50-Mile Endurance Run

9 12 2013

Race Route Description: Taklang Damulag 100-Mile/50-Mile Endurance Run (TD 100/50)

1. The race starts at the vicinity of the Special Operations Command (SOCOM), Fort Magsaysay, Palayan City (Nueva Ecija). The SOCOM Headquarters is located at the Abundo Area Complex inside Fort Magsaysay, the largest Military Camp/Reservation Area of the Philippine Army. The race starts at 5:00 AM of Saturday, December 14, 2013 together with the Taklang Damulag 50-Mile Endurance Run.

2. This is a solo race. The cut-off time for the 100-Mile Race is 32 hours. The cut-off time for the 50-Mile Race is 16 hours.

3. From the starting line, runners will proceed towards an east direction to a dirt road which is parallel to the Fort Magsaysay Airstrip. The airstrip is located on the right side of the runners. This dirt road has a lot of potholes and uneven portions. Runners must be able to have their headlights/handheld flashlight on this part of the course since it is still dark at 5:00 AM.

4. After almost 500 meters, runners have to TURN LEFT upon reaching an intersection. It is still a dirt road which leads the runners to the newly-constructed Fort Magsaysay-Laur Road after getting out from the Gate of the Camp. This dirt road goes down and slightly uphill towards the Gate. The distance of this road is about 700-800 meters.

Dirt Road To The Fort Magsaysay-Laur Highway

Dirt Road To The Fort Magsaysay-Laur Highway

5. Runners shall TURN RIGHT on the paved/cemented Sta Rosa-Fort Magasaysay-Laur Road. This is the same road on the first 3K of the Fort Magsaysay To Dingalan 65K Ultra Marathon Race.

6. There will be an INTERSECTION after running for almost 2 kilometers along the Sta Rosa-Fort Magsaysay-Laur Road. There is a Detachment and Military Checkpoint on this intersection. Runners will have to TURN RIGHT on this intersection which leads to Barangay Dona (Donya) Josefa. Runners will be able to pass on the intersection of Sitio ALORMA and Sitio BACCAO. Runners will have to follow the asphalted road up to Barangay Dona Josefa.

TURN RIGHT Towards Barangay Dona Josefa

TURN RIGHT Towards Barangay Dona Josefa

INTERSECTION @ Sitio ALORMA (Right Side of the Road)

INTERSECTION @ Sitio ALORMA (Right Side of the Road)

BRGY BACCAO Intersection (On the Right Side of the Road)

SITIO BACCAO Intersection (On the Right Side of the Road)

7. Once the runners will reach the center of Barangay Dona Josefa, turn RIGHT and just follow the dirt road. Do NOT take the road towards the LEFT Direction as it ends at the Dona Josefa Elementary School.

@ BARANGAY Dona JOSEFA

@ BARANGAY Dona JOSEFA

TURN RIGHT TO BRGY PALALE

TURN RIGHT TO BRGY PALALE

8. Runners will reach the first Spillway and after passing the Spillway, it will be an uphill climb and a steel arc will be seen with the markings “WELCOME TO SITIO LANGKA”.

First Spillway Before Barangay Langka Welcome Arc

First Spillway Before Barangay Langka Welcome Arc

Barangay LANGKA Welcome Arc

Barangay LANGKA Welcome Arc

9. After passing the BARANGAY LANGKA Arc, at about 20 meters, there will be a Y-intersection. TURN RIGHT on the Y-intersection and it will be the start of more uphill climbs and descending parts of the route. Ultimately, the runners will be crossing the Palale River.

TURN RIGHT After Brgy LANGKA Arc

TURN RIGHT After Brgy LANGKA Arc

10. After crossing the Palale River, runners will be able to reach the center of Barangay Palale after few meters. There will be an Aid Station in this Barangay. There are also sari-sari stores in this area.

PALALE RIVER

PALALE RIVER

Center Of Barangay PALALE

Center Of Barangay PALALE

TURN RIGHT on the Right Most Road

TURN RIGHT on the Right Most Road

11. Runners will take the road on the RIGHT as one leaves the center of the barangay. Runners will be going to the direction of the Provincial Cattle Stock Farm.

Approaching The Provincial Cattle Stock Farm

Approaching The Provincial Cattle Stock Farm

Take Note Of This Road Markings

Take Note Of This Road Markings

12. Once the runners reach the Provincial Cattle Stock Farm, TURN RIGHT on the intersection. This road will lead the runners to Barangay NAZARETH.

TURN RIGHT On This Road Going To Barangay NAZARETH

TURN RIGHT On This Road Going To Barangay NAZARETH

13. Runners shall reach the intersection of GAPAN-PAPAYA-FORT MAGSAYSAY Road which is a paved/cemented, once they reach the center of Barangay Nazareth. The Aid Station is located at the Barangay Hall of Nazareth. At this intersection, runners have to TURN RIGHT going to a north direction.

Barangay NAZARETH Intersection

Barangay NAZARETH Intersection

TURN RIGHT On This Road

TURN RIGHT On This Road

14. After 1.5 Kilometers, runners have to TURN LEFT in an intersection that goes to San Mariano/Purok 9/Barangay Militar. On this dirt road, runners shall always take or turn LEFT on intersections along the way.

TURN LEFT On This Road Towards Barangays San Mariano, Purok #9, Barangay Militar

TURN LEFT On This Road Towards Barangays San Mariano, Purok #9, Barangay Militar

TURN LEFT To Barangay Mariano/Purok #9/Barangay Militar

TURN LEFT To Barangay Mariano/Purok #9/Barangay Militar

SPILLWAY On The Western Side Of Barangay Militar

SPILLWAY On The Western Side Of Barangay Militar

15. Runners must be able to pass/cross an SPILLWAY on western part of Barangay Militar. After an uphill climb from the SPILLWAY, the runners will reach the PUROK #9  . From Purok #9, the runners will be approaching an intersection with the Santa Rosa-Fort Magsaysay-Laur Road/Highway.

S-Curve @ Purok #9

S-Curve @ Purok #9

Approaching The Santa Rosa-Fort Magsaysay-Laur Road/Highway

Approaching The Santa Rosa-Fort Magsaysay-Laur Road/Highway. TURN RIGHT

TURN LEFT Towards Barangay BANGAD On This Intersection

TURN LEFT Towards Barangay BANGAD On This Intersection

16. After about 1.5 kilometers, runners will reach a busy road intersection (Bangad To Gate 1 Fort Magsaysay Road & Santa Rosa To Laur Road). Runners should TURN LEFT towards Barangay Bangad, Palayan City.

17. After running for 2 kilometers along the Fort Magsaysay-Bangad Road (going North), runners will see a green steel arc with the markings “FORT MAGSAYSAY RESERVATION AREA” and a Waiting Shed on the right side of the road. There is a Y-intersection after passing the Arc and Waiting Shed. Runners shall TURN RIGHT on the road that goes to Barangay MALIGAYA.

Before The Y-Intersection Going Barangay MALIGAYA

Before The Y-Intersection Going Barangay MALIGAYA

Road To Barangay MALIGAYA

Road To Barangay MALIGAYA

18. After runners had passed Barangay MALIGAYA, the road will lead them to the FIRST intersection with a Military Checkpoint & Detachment along the Santa Rosa-Laur Road. Runners shall cross the Paved Road (Santa Rosa-Laur Road) on their way to Barangay Dona Josefa. At this point, runners shall have circumnavigated the outer perimeter of the Camp’s Cantonment Area.

TURN RIGHT @ The Intersection of SITIO ALORMA

TURN RIGHT @ The Intersection of SITIO ALORMA (Going To The Airstrip)

Runners Will Be Reaching This Place From Sitio ALORMA

Runners Will Be Reaching This Place From Sitio ALORMA

19. Along the Barangay Dona Josefa Road, runner should be ATTENTIVE. The first intersection is at SITIO ALORMA. TURN RIGHT at Sitio ALORMA intersection and go  STRAIGHT uphill. The trail will lead the runners to the end of the airstrip. At the end of the airstrip, there is a Y-intersection. TURN LEFT on the said intersection. The road will lead the runners to BATAAN ROAD and the runners will be going to a SOUTH Direction.

END OF THE AIRSTRIP. Runners Shall TURN LEFT Towards Bataan Road

END OF THE AIRSTRIP. Runners Shall TURN LEFT Towards Bataan Road

20. Along BATAAN ROAD, runners will see FIRING RANGES on their LEFT and a GOLF COURSE on their RIGHT. Runners will follow the Bataan Road until they will reach the intersection going to CORDERO DAM.

BATAAN ROAD

BATAAN ROAD

Street Sign/Marker @ Bataan Road

Street Sign/Marker @ Bataan Road

21. Runners have to TURN LEFT on a dirt road that goes to CORDERO DAM. After 2 kilometers, there is a Y-intersection. Runners shall TURN RIGHT on this intersection. This trail will lead the runners to the Special Forces School and then to FERNANDEZ HILL.

22. Fernandez Hill is the location of an Aid Station. Runners will have to pass this Aid Station for six (6) times for the 100-Mile Race and three (3) times for the 50-Mile Race.

@ Fernandez Hill With Mt Taklang Damulag At The Background

@ Fernandez Hill With Mt Taklang Damulag At The Background

23. From Fernandez Hill, runners will have to proceed to the peak of Mt Taklang Damulag and then descend on its northern part. The descending trail leads to SITIO BACCAO (along the Barangay Dona Josefa To Barangay Palale Road). Upon reaching the asphalted road, runners shall TURN LEFT and proceed to SITIO ALORMA Crossing/Intersection.

Trail Coming From Taklang Damulag To Dona Josefa-Palale Road

Trail Coming From Taklang Damulag To Dona Josefa-Palale Road

24. Runners shall TURN LEFT at Sitio ALORMA intersection (Going To Cordero Dam). After about 20 meters, TURN LEFT on a trail that leads to CORDERO DAM/LAKE. (Going UPHILL will lead the runners to the end of the airstrip. Don’t take this UPHILL dirt road!)
Going South To Brgy Alorma Intersection (400 Meters)

Going South To Brgy Alorma (Going To Cordero Dam) Intersection (400 Meters)

TURN LEFT On This Intersection Going To Cordero Dam

TURN LEFT On This Intersection Going To Cordero Dam

TURN LEFT On This Trail (20 Meters From The Intersection)

TURN LEFT On This Trail (20 Meters From The Intersection)

25. Once the runners are in CORDERO DAM/LAKE (on the right side of the runners), they will reach a Y-intersection (the same Y-intersection that runners had passed after coming from BATAAN ROAD and upon reaching CORDERO DAM/LAKE). At the intersection, TURN LEFT and the runners will be going to the Special Forces School and then to Fernandez Hill. This completes the 12K inner loop.

26. Runners will have to run along the Taklang Damulag course (12K inner loop) for two times.

27. After finishing two loops, from Fernandez Hill, runner will follow the asphalted road that goes out from the Molave Complex (location of the Special Forces School and Fernandez Hill/Taklang Damulag). Runners must pass the Checkpoint/Gate of the Molave Complex that goes directly to BATAAN ROAD.

28. Runners will be running along BATAAN ROAD on their way back to SOCOM Headquarters/Starting Area. At the dirt road at the end of the airstrip, there will be an intersection (the first intersection on a dirt road after 800 meters from the Starting Line), TURN LEFT on this intersection. The dirt road will lead the runner to the Starting Area/SOCOM Headquarters.

TURN LEFT On This Dirt Road In Going Back To The Starting Area (SOCOM Headquarters)

TURN LEFT On This Dirt Road In Going Back To The Starting Area (SOCOM Headquarters)

29. This completes the FIRST HALF of the 100-Mile Course. The LAST HALF of the course will be a repetition of the FIRST HALF.

TD 100 Route Map

TD 100 Route Map

TD 100 Elevation Profile

TD 100 Elevation Profile

30. 100-Mile Race Runners must be able to finish the FIRST HALF in 15:30 Hours. Cut-Off Time for the 50-Mile Race Runners is 16 Hours.

31. On the SECOND LOOP, runners must be able to reach FERNANDEZ HILL in 25 hours before starting their last TWO (Small) Loops at Mt. Taklang Damulag.

Good Luck & Have Fun!

Good Luck & Have Fun!

Good luck to all the runners!

(Note: Rules & Regulations Will Be Posted Soon!)





Official Result: 6th Tagaytay To Nasugbu 50K Ultra Run

9 12 2013

4:00 AM – 1:00 PM Sunday, December 8, 2013

Starting Area: Picnic Grove, Tagaytay City

Finish Area: PETRON Gasoline Station, Nasugbu, Batangas

Number of Starters: 70

Number of Finishers: 69

Cut-Off Time: 9 Hours

Final Briefing Before Countdown

Final Briefing Before Countdown

Group Picture Before Gunstart

Group Picture Before Gunstart

1 Danin Arenzana (Champion, Overall) 4:00:21
2 Allan M. Dayao   (1st Runner Up, Overall) 4:25:44
3 Junrox Roque     (2nd Runner Up, Overall) 4:27:01
4 Enrique Sundiang 4:50:57
5 Laurencio “Lao” Ogerio 4:56:31
6 Joseph Philip James Morente 4:58:18
7 Mark Romero 5:05:56
8 Joseph Rebolledo 5:06:44
9 Lieza Valerio    (Champion, Female) 5:10:19
10 JoJi Salvador 5:23:40
11 Nina Ferando (1st Runner Up, Female) 5:28:57
12 Mark M. Hernandez 5:30:38
13 Gil Conanan 5:34:31
14 Gia Estrella (2nd Runner Up, Female) 5:44:18
15 Michael Paja 5:53:54
16 Jeffrey Poblete 5:55:07
17 Baly Anne Caluma (F) 5:57:11
18 Carl Balagot 5:57:19
19 Rey Laberinto 5:57:38
20 Mark Sigue 5:59:29
21 Irrol M. Novenario 5:59:43
22 Jonathan Averin 5:59:49
23 Kathleen Fresnido  (F) 6:00:27
24 Jesus Evangelista 6:03:34
25 Januarius Padilla 6:08:43
26 Kelvin dela Torre 6:11:21
27 Aileen Almirante (F) 6:15:12
28 Chill Orbegoso 6:17:37
29 Arnold Dungca 6:18:54
30 Cris De San Juan 6:19:06
31 Ian Francisco 6:19:29
32 Arnold Dagdag 6:20:45
33 April Jane Maisog   (F) 6:25:48
34 Jimmyjon R. Azul 6:37:29
35 Loradez Hanopol    (F) 6:38:03
36 Mark Enrick Hernandez 6:38:05
37 Mark Jaycobe Banatlao 6:40:29
38 Danny Añonuevo 6:47:47
39 Shelley Gayle Acdan   (F) 6:47:54
40 Ipe Macarenan 6:51:53
41 William Robert B. Hain 6:52:47
42 Ivan Peña 6:56:04
43 Jonathan Jan Lapuz 6:56:05
44 Allan Lanzon 6:56:09
45 Joel Baybay 6:58:31
46 Reymar Bawang 6:58:33
47 Adrian Bauto 6:59:41
48 Allan S. Bauto 7:01:15
49 RyannR. Sison 7:02:26
50 Gerson Yuson 7:02:59
51 Bryan Delen 7:03:53
52 Adrian Aquino 7:08:39
53 Jessica C. Tiu Laurel   (F) 7:09:38
54 Marc Adam Batino 7:14:19
55 Melvi Maalin (F) 7:14:55
56 Aureo Pascua 7:34:27
57 Allenstein Co 7:35:54
58 Mark Capistrano 7:35:56
59 Jojo Malolos 7:38:10
60 Katrina Alon-alon (F) 7:44:09
61 Christian Almendrala 7:44:37
62 Fraulein Mariano (F) 7:54:51
63 Michael H. Sastrillo 8:00:02
64 Barney Mamaril 8:06:59
65 Alexander Pineda 8:17:48
66 Anna Kathrina Paloma   (F) 8:19:07
67 E. Albert Abaca III 8:22:48
68 Gladysmay E. Pascua   (F) 8:31:05
69 Michael Pineda 8:51:34
Trophies & Finisher's Medals

Trophies & Finisher’s Medals

Cash Prizes:

Overall Champion—-P 6,000

1st Runner-Up, Overall—-P 4,000

2nd Runner-Up, Overall—-P 2,000

3rd – 10th Places, Overall—-P 1,000 each

Lady Champion—-P 5,000

1st Runner-Up, Lady—-P 3,000

2nd Runner-Up, Lady—-P 2,000

3rd – 10th Places, Ladies—-P 1,000 each

Total Cash Prizes: P 36,000

Congratulations To All The Finishers!





Official Result: 2nd WEST COAST 200K (Multi-Day Stage) Ultra Marathon Race

6 11 2013

FINAL RESULT AFTER 3 DAYS:

Starting Time & Place: 5:00 AM November 1, 2013/Remy Field Oval Track, Subic Freeport, Olangapo City

Finish Line: Barangay Lucap, Alaminos, Pangasinan

Distance: 200 Kilometers

Cut-Off Time: 36 Hours (3-Day Stage)

Number of Starters: 8 Runners

Number of Finishers: 7 Runners

RANK

NAME

TIME (HRS)
1 Rosauro Dizon (Champion) 28:55:20
2 Bobby Go (1st Runner-Up) 28:57:17
3 Edwin Clemente (2nd Runner-Up) 29:34:10
4 Ruben Veran 31:30:00
5 Merwin Torres 32:51:20
6 Ruben Herrera 32:51:26
7 Carlito Buenaventura 33:08:03

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RESULT: FIRST DAY

Starting Time & Place: 5:00 AM November 1, 2013/Remy Field Oval Track, Subic Freeport, Olongapo City

Finish Line: Municipal Plaza, Botolan, Zambales

Distance: 72 Kilometers

Cut-Off Time: 12 Hours

Number of Starters: 7 Runners

Number of Finishers: 7 Runners

RANK

NAME

TIME (HRS)
1 Bobby Go 9:44:36
2 Rosauro Dizon 10:42:32
3 Carlito Buenaventura 10:44:30
4 Ruben Veran 10:59:52
5 Edwin Clemente 11:00:06
6 Merwin Torres 11:22:21
7 Jean Lim (Female) 11:22:59
8 Ruben Herrera 11:23:05

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RESULT: SECOND DAY

Starting Time & Place: 5:00 AM November 2, 2013/Municipal Plaza, Botolan, Zambales

Finish Line: Municipal Plaza, Infanta, Pangasinan

Distance: 72 Kilometers

Cut-Off Time: 14 Hours

Number of Starters: 7 Runners

Number of Finishers: 7 Finishers

RANK NAME TIME (HRS)
1 Rosauro Dizon 11:12:10
2 Ruben Veran 11:44:02
3 Edwin Clemente 11:44:04
4 Bobby Go 11:59:13
5 Merwin Torres 12:13:40
6 Ruben Herrera 12:13:45
7 Carlito Buenaventura 13:47:10
Runners Before The Start Of The 2nd Stage In Botolan, Zambales

Runners Before The Start Of The 2nd Stage In Botolan, Zambales

RESULT: THIRD DAY

Starting Time & Place: 8:30 PM November 3, 2013/Municipal Plaza, Infanta, Pangasinan

Finish Line: Barangay Lucap, Alaminos, Pangasinan

Distance: 56 Kilometers

Cut-Off Time: 10 Hours

Number of Starters: 7 Runners

Number of Finishers: 7 Runners

RANK NAME TIME (HRS)
1 Edwin Clemente 6:50:00
2 Rosauro Dizon 7:00:38
3 Bobby Go 7:13:28
4 Ruben Veran 8:46:16
5 Carlito Buenaventura 8:56:23
6 Ruben Herrera 9:14:42
7 Merwin Torres 9:15:19
Podium Finishers

Podium Finishers

Congratulations To All The Finishers & Their Support Crew!





Official Result: 1st WEST COAST 200K (Single Stage) Ultra Marathon Race

5 11 2013

5:00 AM November 1, 2013 To 5:00 AM November 3, 2013

Starting Area: Remy Field Oval Track, Subic Freeport, Olongapo City 

Finish Line: Barangay Lucap’s Port & Lighthouse, Alaminos, Pangasinan

Number of Starters: 44 Runners

Number of Finishers: 41 Runners

Cut-Off Time: 48 Hours

RANK

NAME

TIME (HRS)
1 Roberto Abad (Champion, Course Record) 31:05:34
2 Alfred Delos Reyes (1st Runner-Up) 32:52:07
3 Wilnar Iglesia (2nd Runner-Up) 32:52:08
4 Henry Laron 33:12:59
5 Bob Castilla 33:13:00
6 Joseph Pineda 34:00:28
7 Graciano Santos 35:34:47
8 Elmar Bob Tolete 35:47:29
9 Carlo Gonzales 35:53:59
10 Simon Pavel Miranda 36:38:18
11 Nicolas De Leon 37:44:01
12 Calvin John Escandor 38:54:42
13 Alex Jones 39:14:20
14 Dante Sagayap 39:14:30
15 Ronnel Go 39:21:59
16 Glairold Recilla 39:27:30
17 Bong Alindada 39:42:35
18 Raffy Gabotero 40:02:29
19 Meljohn Tezon 40:07:39
20 Chito Carreon 41:35:57
21 Gilbert Anama 43:20:24
22 Roger Villareal 44:48:09
23 Jonathan Moleta 44:48:23
24 Benedict Meneses 45:02:03
25 Mark Sigue 45:08:22
26 Joseph Sibal 45:26:12
27 Marlon Zarate 46:05:58
28 Carl Balagot 46:08:25
29 Allain Cuchas Llagono 46:11:40
30 Yob Red 46:13:39
31 Kharl Ocampo 46:14:13
32 Mel Severino 46:23:21
33 Larry Daliwag 46:23:22
34 Sherwin Botabara 46:47:42
35 Randy Rubio 46:48:55
36 Luzel Franco Tibo-oc (Champion, Lady) 46:58:57
37 Mark Anthony Tibo-oc 46:58:58
38 Noel Ko 47:12:56
39 Joel Sison 47:30:49
40 Robert Watson 47:38:29
41 Jinky Yray (1st Runner-Up, Lady) 47:58:49
WEST COAST 200K Runners (Photo By Elaine Botabara)

WEST COAST 200K Runners (Photo By Elaine Botabara)

Congratulations To Everybody!





Rules & Regulations: 1st West Coast 200K Single Stage (WC200SS) Ultra Marathon Race

22 10 2013

The following are the Rules & Regulations and Additional Information on the conduct of the 1st West Coast 200K Single Stage Ultra Marathon Race on November 1-3, 2013:

1. WEST COAST 200K Single Stage (WC200SS) is a single-stage solo run which will start o/a 5:00 AM of November 1, 2013 at the Remy Field Oval Track in Subic Freeport (Olongapo City) and ends o/a 5:00 AM of November 3, 2013 at the Port of Barangay Lucap, Alaminos, Pangasinan.

2. This is a SOLO run. Runners will run along the Olongapo-Alaminos Highway covering a distance of 200 kilometers. All runner-participants has the option to join as an unsupported or supported. A supported runner can avail of a support vehicle and support crew. An unsupported runner will be on his own as he/she can avail of convenience stores & eateries along the route.

3. Pacer/s are not allowed.

4. Runners should ALWAYS run on SINGLE FILE. Running abreast with other runner-participants will not be allowed. This is a cause for disqualification.

5. Runners should always stay on the farthest left side of the road facing the incoming traffic. The race route is an Open Road and the runners shall share the road with other vehicles. Be always vigilant on your surroundings and be alert on the vehicles in front and behind each runner.

6. A runner-participant is limited to only ONE support vehicle. However, a support vehicle can support a maximum of three (3) runner-participants.

7. Support vehicles should always park on the far RIGHT side of the Highway/Road. A runner will be disqualified if his/her support vehicle is parked on the Left side of the Highway. Support Vehicles shall not be allowed to “shadow” their runner. Only four-wheeled vehicles are allowed as support vehicles.

8. Runners will not be allowed to enter their parked Support Vehicle once the Race starts. Runners should bring a stool or portable chair or folding bed positioned outside their support vehicle (within the view of other runners & roving marshals) if they intend to sit or lie down. Runners will not be allowed to sit or lie on any part of their support vehicle.

9. Runners are required to display a piece of tarpaulin with the words “RACE IN PROGRESS” on any side of their Support Vehicle. Race Organizer will not provide such tarpaulin.

10. Only the NAME of Running Group or Team’s Name of the Runner will be displayed on the runner’s Support Vehicle.

11. Corporate Brands will not be allowed to be displayed on the runner’s Support Vehicle.

12. Runners with Support Vehicle must submit to the Race Secretariat the Type & Make/Model of Vehicle; Color; Number of Support Crew and Plate Number.

13. The prescribed cut-off time for the race is 48 hours. However, there will be intermediate cut-off times along the route on the following checkpoints:

Kilometer #40——7 Hours

Kilometer #80——15 Hours

Kilometer #100—–22 Hours

Kilometer #140—–32 Hours

Kilometer #180—–42 Hours

Kilometer #200—–48 Hours

14. Podium Finishers’ Awards/Trophies will be given to the Top 3 Male & Top 3 Female. Official Finishers (Finishers within the Cut-off time) will be awarded with a Finisher’s Belt Buckle, Finisher’s Medal, Finisher’s T-Shirt, and Certificate. Corresponding Award Points for the 2013 PAU Runner of the Year will also be awarded.

15. A runner is declared DNF once he/she could NOT cross each checkpoint within the prescribed cut-off time. The runner will not be allowed to run the course once he/she is declared DNF in the race.

16. In case of emergency and/or reports of DNF, the runner or support crew should contact Cellphone # 0918-965-9895 and provide the following information: Name of the Runner; Race Bib Number; Location of the Runner; and Nature of Emergency or Reason For Declaring as DNF.

17. There will be NO Aid Stations along the route. NO Drop Bags will be allowed.

18. It is mandatory for every runner to have his/her hydration system; headlight/lighting system; reflectorized vest; and first-aid kit. These items will be inspected before the start of the race. Unsupported runners must bring with them a cellphone.

19. Registered runners are advised to bring their BPI Deposit Slip to the Starting Area on Race Day and this will be used to redeem their Race Packet/Race Bib.

20. Each of the Municipal Plaza in Botolan, Zambales (Km #70) & Infanta, Pangasinan  (Km #140) has a Covered Court (with Comfort/Bath Rooms) and Lawn Area where runners could sleep/rest and take a bath. Please don’t litter on these areas.

21. This is the FIRST 200K Run under the auspices of the Philippine Association of Ultrarunners (PAU) to be held in the country. Let us maintain the INTEGRITY of this run and be proud to be a participant and much more if you intend to finish the event.

22. It is the responsibility of the runner-participant to inform, advise, and instruct his/her designated support vehicle DRIVER and SUPPORT CREW on the Rules & Regulations of this Event.

23. Runners are reminded of the presence of dogs along the course. Take precautionary measures in dealing with them.

24. Runners are also reminded to talk politely to the locals and greet them as you pass them. There will be a lot of people and vehicles on the cemeteries along the road as the days of the event are declared as “Public Holidays” to honor the dead.

Good luck and have fun!

Finisher's Belt Buckle

Finisher’s Belt Buckle





1st Antique 100/50-Mile Ultra Marathon Race

2 10 2013

1st ANTIQUE 100-Mile & 50-Mile Ultra Marathon Race (1st PAU Grand Slam of Ultra Marathon Races)

The following are the details of the 1st ANTIQUE 100-Mile & 50-Mile Ultra Marathon Races:

Starting & Assembly Area: In Front of the Provincial Capitol of Antique In San Jose De Buenavista, Antique

Time of Assembly & Processing of Runners: 10:00 PM October 4, 2013, Friday

Time of Start/Gun Start: 11:00 PM October 4, 2013, Friday

Route of the Race: From San Jose De Buenavista To Caticlan, Malay, Aklan (Along the Antique-Aklan Highway) Via Nabas, Aklan.

Finish Line For 50-Mile Race—-Tibiao Bridge, Tibiao, Antique

Finish Line For 100-Mile Race—–Army Transient Facility (ATF), Caticlan, Malay, Aklan

Cut-Off Time For 100-Mile & 50-Mile Races:

—100-Mile Race: 30 Hours

— 50-Mile Race: 14 Hours

Intermediate Cut-Off Times For The 100-Mile Race On Checkpoints:

Kilometer #40—-6.5 Hours

Kilometer #80—-14 Hours

Kilometer #100—-18 Hours

Kilometer #120—-23 Hours

Kilometer #160—-30 Hours

Intermediate Cut-Off Time For The 50-Mile Race On Checkpoint:

Kilometer #40—-6.5 Hours

Qualifications/Requirements: Must have finished a 50K Ultra Marathon Race & Medical/Doctor’s Certificate

Registration Fees:

50-Mile Race: P 2,500.00

100-Mile Race: P 6,000.00

Registration Period: September 17-October 4, 2013. (NO Registration On Race Day)

Awards: Trophies For Top 3 Overall and Top 3 Ladies (For both Races); Finisher’s Medals; Finisher’s T-Shirt (Long-Sleeved For 100-Miler); Certificate of Finish

****Gold/Silver Belt Buckle For The 100-Miler Finishers

****PAU Grand Slam of Ultra Marathon Races

Registration Procedure: Deposit the Registration Fee to the Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) Savings Account #0296-0673-22 in the name of Jovenal D Narcise. Send the photocopy of the Deposit Slip to e-mail address: jovie75@hotmail.com and then bring the said deposit slip at the Starting Area on Race Day.

Provincial Capitol Of Antique

Provincial Capitol Of Antique

Starting & Assembly Area

Starting & Assembly Area

The following are the Rules and Regulations of the Race:

1. Maintain The Integrity of the Race. Runners and their respective support crew are “deputized” to report any infraction of the rules and regulations of this event. Immediate investigation will be conducted for any report received by the Race Director. If found and proven guilty, the runner who committed the infraction will be immediately Disqualified.

2. All runners must stay on the farthest left side of the road. If there is an incoming traffic, runners must be prepared to immediately side-step to the shoulder of the road.

3. All runners will be on “single file” while running or walking on the farthest left side of the road.

4. All runners must have a support vehicle. However, two runners can share a single support vehicle.

5. ONLY Four-Wheeled Vehicles are allowed as Support Vehicles. Bicycles and Motorcycles/Tricycles are NOT allowed as Support Vehicles for the runners. “Spotters” deployed by a team or group of runners are strictly NOT allowed. Runners using “Spotters” on bicycles or motorcycles will be immediately Disqualified.

6. Runners must ALWAYS carry with themselves a hydration bottle or belt even if they are being supported by their respective support vehicle. Anybody caught running without any hydration bottle or belt will be automatically disqualified.

7. On night running, it is MANDATORY for each runner to use headlight and/or hand-held flashlight and a reflectorized vest. Not being able to use these equipment during the night run portion will be automatically disqualified. “Flashlight” or Lights from Cell Phones are NOT allowed. “Blinking Lights” are not considered as personal lighting system of the runner during the race.

8. Half-naked running will NOT be allowed.

9. Race Bib shall be always visible on the front portion or part of the body/apparel of the runner.

10. Support Vehicles should NOT “shadow” their runner on any time of the day and even during nighttime. Support Vehicle must be able to “leap frog” their respective runner. It is the responsibility of the participating runner to advise or instruct the driver of the support vehicle on the rules and regulations of this event.

11. Support Vehicles should park on the right shoulder of the road when waiting for their runner. Any runner with a Support Vehicle parked on the left shoulder of the road shall be automatically disqualified. There will be No Warnings to be issued by the Race Marshals.

12. Runners are not allowed to enter their Support Vehicle to sit, rest, sleep, or change their running outfit. There are gasoline stations and waiting sheds along the road where each runner could sit or rest and change their outfit/apparel or relieve themselves due to the call of nature.

13. The Cut-Off Times and the Intermediate Cut-Off Times will be strictly enforced for both races. (Please see above on the details of the event for the said Race & Intermediate Cut-Off Times)

14. In case of emergencies, runner must be able to contact the Race Director at Cell Phone #0918-965-9895. State your name, race bib, location and nature of emergency.

15. In case of DNF, immediately send the report to the Race Director through the same Cell Phone Number (CP# 0918-965-9895) by stating the following: Name, Race Bib Number, Km Post or Name of the Place He/She Stopped, Reason/s, and if the runner needs immediate medical attention.

16. Finish Line for the 50-Mile Race is at the Tibiao Bridge in Tibiao, Antique. Awarding Ceremony for the Finishers will be done in the finish area.

17. Finish Line for the 100-Mile Race is at the Army Transient Facility (ATF) in Barangay Caticlan, Malay, Aklan. Runners will take the road going to Tabon Port and then turn right on a road going uphill to the Transient Facility.

ANTIQUE 100-Mile Finisher's Buckle

ANTIQUE 100-Mile Finisher’s Buckle

Good Luck To All The Runners!





RD’s Report: 2nd PAU Nationals 110K & 50K (Guimaras)

19 09 2013

The primary objective of the Philippine Association of Ultrarunners (PAU) is to promote the sports of ultrarunning/ultra marathon races, whether they are on roads or trails. It is also a way of bringing the sports closer to the grassroots with the hope to discover new and younger talents and potentials as elite runners. It also serves as a contribution in the Sports Tourism Program in the locality where the event is being held. Such events and presence of runners from other regions and countries would bring added income and economy to the local establishments and at the same time for the runners to explore the site of the event.

Map Of Guimaras (www.guimaras.gov.ph)

Map Of Guimaras (www.guimaras.gov.ph)

The PAU Nationals, for the second year, had been held in Guimaras Island Province which has a 125-Kilometer Circumferential Highway on the outer edges of the island. It is accessible from the long distance runners from the islands of Panay and Negros, where potential elite runners are residing. Rene Herrera, our Olympian 5,000-meter and 10,000-meter runner, hails from the Province of Guimaras.

Through the help of Dick Balaba, PAU Runner of the Year 2011, who is presently assigned in the 3rd Infantry Division of the Philippine Army whose Area of Responsibility covers the Island Provinces of Western Visayas, my trip arrangements and courtesy call to the new Provincial Governor, Honorable Samuel Gamurin, were scheduled and implemented without any problem.

Courtesy Call/Meeting With Governor Gumarin

Courtesy Call/Meeting With Governor Gumarin

My staff and I were received by Governor Gamurin in his office and immediately gave instructions to his Provincial Administrator, Provincial Tourism Officer, and the Provincial  Risk Reduction Management Administrator who was the Action Officer during the conduct of the 1st PAU Nationals in the province. With a short notice, the 5 Municipal Tourism Officers were called for a meeting with the Governor giving instructions for the support for the event, to include the PNP and the Philippine Army Reservist/Reserve Force in the province.

Governor Gamurin fired the Starting Gun at Midnight of Friday in front of the Provincial Capitol and he event went to the extent of manning the first Aid Station at Km #10, asking and giving food to the runners, and later inspecting the rest of the Aid Stations along the route.

Starting Area & Runners

Starting Area & Runners

The Barangay Captains in places where Aid Stations were located were properly supervised by the Barangay Captains themselves and their Councilors. PNP elements were also stationed in the Aid Stations and some selected points along the route. Critical intersections were covered by the Philippine Army Reservists and they served as Marshals. Roving patrols and checkpoints were also manned by the PA Reservists.

The 50K runners were ferried from the 50K Finish Line back to the Provincial Capitol aboard specially-built vehicles for tourists along the rest of the circumferential road of the island. This is an improvement from last year’s experience for the 50K runners where they were ferried by military 6 X 6 trucks!

The Governor and First Lady, Vice-Mayor Cecille Gumarin of Buenavista, Guimaras awarded the Trophies, Medals, Finisher’s Shirts and Certificates to the Podium Finishers of the 50K and the Overall Top 3 Runners for the 110K Race.

Podium Finishers With The Governor & First Lady

Podium Finishers With The Governor & First Lady

Even if I prepared packed lunch/dinner for all the runners, the Provincial Government prepared also another set of packed lunch/dinner with one ripe Guimaras Mango for all the Finishers!

Before the Governor left the Finish Area, he promised to fully support the next edition of the race where he suggested that the event will be a part of the Octoberfest in the province. He said that there will be lots of beer for the runners and Rock Bands on Stage near the Provincial Capitol. This is something that ultra runners would like to experience after finishing the race.

There was a 100% finish rate for the 50K runners while 3 runners declared themselves as “Dropped/DNF” among the 27 starters for the 110K race. A total of 50 runners started in front of the Provincial Capitol of Guimaras.

The Course Record in the 50K Race was broken by Marianito “Jun” Ramirez, Jr of Iloilo City with a time of 5:03:28 hours , improving the time by 7 minutes.

The Official Result of the Event is posted at: http://baldrunner.com/2013/09/16/official-results-2013-pau-national-championship-110k50k-ultra-marathon-race/

I would say that the mission/objectives of PAU were satisfied with the conduct of this event. New potentials/talents were discovered among the runners in the area. Sports Tourism for Guimaras was promoted and the presence of the runners and their family & friends had greatly contributed to the economy in the area.

See you next year in Guimaras! Keep on running!

Note: Additional pictures of the event can be seen here: https://www.facebook.com/baldrunner/media_set?set=a.10201423731048885.1073741853.1043179758&type=3





2014 Ultra Events Schedule

17 09 2013

I just created a PAGE on this blog for all the scheduled Ultra Marathon Events in the country and other selected international ultra running events for the year 2014. I listed some of the yearly PAU Races and BR’s Events; and also the Ultra Races of Jonel Mendoza/Frontrunner Magazine.

I would like to invite all Ultra Race Organizers/Directors to post their events and respective details/links on the Comment section of this PAGE. Events posted on the Comment section shall be included in the list of events for easy reference to interested runners.

I hope that this PAGE will serve its purpose as the repository of scheduled ultra marathon events in any part of the country for the year 2014.

Thank you!





Official Results: 2013 PAU National Championship 110K/50K Ultra Marathon Race

16 09 2013

Result: 2013 PAU National Championship 110K Ultra Marathon Race (Guimaras)

September 14, 2013

RANK

NAME

TIME

1 Jovel Alla (Champion) 12:20:46
2 Alfred Delos Reyes (1st Runner-Up) 13:48:49
3 Ilmar Philip Elardo (2nd Runner-Up) 13:56:19
4 Daniel Earl Celis 14:58:46
5 Jonathan Tahumar 15:07:30
6 Dante Adorador 15:14:29
7 Rommel Deslate 15:33:59
8 Ernie Abanco 16:26:00
9 Kent Ryan Lampago 16:34:45
10 Arthur Chu 16:36:37
11 Michael Dauz 17:18:28
12 Rocky Go 18:36:06
13 Mylene Pura (Champion, Women’s) 18:40:46
14 Bernadette Schlueter (1st Runner-Up, Women’s) 18:46:47
15 Katherine Villaflor (2nd Runner-Up, Women’s) 19:17:04
16 Jinky Yray (W) 20:02:54
17 Cleo Gevero (W) 20:20:42
18 Benj Tuble 20:40:24
19 Adrian Aquino 21:30:44
20 Ramie John Tuando 21:42:48
21 Laurice Rogel (W) 22:05:39
22 Stephanie Hefti (W) 22:07:05
23 Januarius Padilla 22:07:07
24 Katrina Constantino (W) 22:19:52

 

Result: 2013 PAU National Championship 50K Ultra Marathon Race (Guimaras)

September 14, 2013

RANK

NAME

TIME

1 Marianito Ramirez, Jr (Champion, Course Record) 5:03:28
2 Charles Antido (1st Runner-Up) 5:12:09
3 Jerry Peralta (2nd Runner-Up) 6:07:35
4 Louie Estember 6:51:37
5 Allan Bulos 6:54:46
6 Jeld Yap 7:03:19
7 Mary Gold Dela Cruz (Champion, Women’s) 7:03:44
8 Rafael Rafinian 7:05:36
9 Jay De Jesus 7:06:11
10 Frances Patingo 7:06:29
11 Jonathan Zarraga 7:17:37
12 Ted Famatiga 7:24:00
13 Nielito Tupas 7:28:03
14 Pyt Trimanez 7:36:34
15 Romel Catalan 7:41:28
16 Lyra Palma (1st Runner-Up, Women’s) 7:41:30
17 Gina Pugma (2nd Runner-Up, Women’s) 7:46:52
18 Emmanuel Leo Lim 8:18:12
19 Onyx Parcia 8:47:14
20 Pearl Magahum (W) 8:47:15
21 Nenet Naranjo (W) 8:59:48
22 Jeffrey Natividad 9:11:52
23 Johnny Young 9:11:53

 Congratulations To All The Finishers! 

PAU Logo Medal

PAU Logo Medal








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