TNF 100 Clark Philippines CHAMPIONS!


23-24 May 2009 @ Sacobia, Clark, Philippines

Eduardo Villanueva of Team Bald Runner won as the Overall Champion in the TNF 100K Solo Run at Sacobia, Clark, Philippines.  Ed Villanueva was also the Overall Champion in the 1st Bataan Death March 102K Ultramarathon Race held last April 5, 2009.

Ed Villanueva Receiving The Check Worth P 20,000
Ed Villanueva Receiving The Check Worth P 20,000
Eduardo Villanueva as The Champion in the TNF 100K Clark Solo Run Receiving His Prize & Gifts from TNF
Eduardo Villanueva as The Champion in the TNF 100K Clark Solo Run Receiving His Prize & Gifts from TNF

In the 100K Team relay, Cresenciano Sabal and Reynaldo De Los Reyes of Team Bald Runner also won Overall Team Champion in the said event.

Cris Sabal & Rey De Los Reyes Receiving Their Awards & Prizes (On the right is Coach Rio as the RO/RD & Jundel of TNF)
Cris Sabal & Rey De Los Reyes Receiving Their Awards & Prizes (On the right is Coach Rio as the RO/RD & Jundel of TNF)
Cris & Rey of Team Bald Runner as Champions in the 100K Relay Race
Cris & Rey of Team Bald Runner as Champions in the 100K Relay Race

Ed Villanueva received a cash prize of Twenty Thousand Pesos (P 20,000) and other Gifts from The North Face and other sponsors. The members of the 100K Team Relay also received a cash prize of Seven Thousand Pesos (P 7,000) each and other gifts from The North Face and other sponsors. 

Congratulations!…”Good Job”!!! Mabuhay ang Team Bald Runner!!!

6 thoughts on “TNF 100 Clark Philippines CHAMPIONS!

  1. congratulations team bald runner! it was a very tough course. well, at least for us non-elite runners. hehe. but it was well worth the effort. it was a good challenge to conquer. plus the view of the mountains, and the other terrain of the area (even at night) was priceless. it was quite an experience.

    rico

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    • my staff & runners gave me a report that the runners encountered rains & “mini-tornado” on their second 50K and the race was suspended for a while. there were only 63 brave trail runners who started the solo 100K race and i think only 1/2 of the starters finished the race. my “boys” were really impressive!

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