|RIZAL DAY 32K RUN|
|9||Ralp Jerome G. Salvador||4||2:23:12|
|17||Jose Martin Paiso||280||2:32:01|
|18||Mark Anthony Rodica||89||2:32:42|
|26||Aliston Rayos Del Sol||307||2:39:19|
|28||Jose B. Duenas||38||2:40:32|
|39||Robert Delos Santos||48||2:43:27|
|46||Rudy George Ilustre||191||2:46:02|
|64||Alfred delos Reyes||128||2:50:51|
|66||Roberto dela Cruz||259||2:51:01|
|72||Rex Bryan Rivera||147||2:51:54|
|75||John Paul Dancel||312||2:53:44|
|86||Jaypee delos Santos||49||2:55:44|
|92||Jose Amang Cando||222||2:57:20|
|94||Jeffrey dela Cruz||175||2:57:35|
|95||Rey Jun Cayaba||310||2:58:24|
|100||Henry dela Cruz||359||2:59:17|
|106||Maria Cristina Narvaez||24||3:01:13|
|108||Jason dela Rama||303||3:01:40|
|115||Rolando San Miguel||58||3:03:04|
|132||Junofer Mark Salazar||274||3:08:54|
|133||Lloyd La Torre||187||3:09:31|
|170||Mark Matthew Parco||61||3:17:48|
|180||Fenando de Lara||322||3:20:05|
|181||Juan Carlos Buenaventura||152||3:20:08|
|183||Emeline Carmela Guinid||97||3:20:17|
|186||Juan Carlos Buenaventura||152||3:21:14|
|188||Teodoro de Castro Jr.||265||3:21:22|
|204||John Allan Maigue||151||3:26:30|
|205||Ricardo Cabusao, Jr||78||3:26:59|
|213||Adonis Rey Luardo||314||3:29:19|
|218||Florencio de Mesa||206||3:31:19|
|219||Eugene Marie Tariaga||196||3:31:21|
|225||Benjamin Roy Susalo||313||3:32:58|
|237||Earl romulo Quero||110||3:36:04|
|240||John Jeffrey Avellanosa||287||3:36:27|
|246||Antonio Oro, Jr||40||3:37:11|
|256||Martin Loo Balasoto||64||3:44:31|
|260||John Joseph Sanchez||232||3:45:53|
|265||Marian San Juan||197||3:49:18|
|267||Mark Joseph Pacat||289||3:49:59|
|269||Jose Arturo Virata||6||3:50:31|
|286||Kim Vanessa Yma||347||3:57:46|
|288||Benedicto III Isaac Pinga||135||4:00:19|
|295||Ronald Rey Declarador||254||4:03:51|
|299||Mark Fer Castillo||96||4:05:28|
|303||Jose Abelardo Manoto||234||4:10:35|
|306||Immanuel Carlo Serrano||28||4:13:23|
|308||Marco Christopher Montaos||69||4:15:50|
|314||Edgar de Jesus||90||4:28:21|
|320||Loren Lois Venida||302||4:38:02|
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Tags: RIZAL DAY 32K Run, Running
Categories : Jogging, Race Results, Races, Running, Running For Cause
My sincerest thanks to the HINGS Running Club who have consistently provided the ICE, BEER, ICE CREAM/POPSICLE & LECHON in every Bald Runner’s Events.
To Jonel aka Bugobugo85 for the ASSORTED BEER & LOTS OF BEER IN CANS.
To my friend Tin F. aka Timothy for the Water Supply & Del Monte’s “Fit & Rite” Fresh Fruits.
To the group of Carrey, Isko & Eugene for the Free First 100 Finisher’s T-Shirts.
To the Commanding General of GHQ & HSC, Brig Gen Felipe Tabas, Jr and his personnel & staff under his command.
To Lt Col Fely Andaya & Major Rod Turno & the Post Chaplain of St Ignatius Cathedral.
To Reinier Pacific, Jinoe, Quennie, Tere aka El Capitana and the takbo.ph peeps.
To the members of the Elite Team Bald Runner and staff of BR’s Events.
And most of all, thanks to all the runners who joined us to commemorate the 113th Death Anniversary of our National Hero, Dr. Jose Rizal.
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Tags: RIZAL DAY Run, Running
Categories : Pictures, Running, Running For Cause, Sports Program
1. Assembly Time is 5:00 AM and the Gun Start is 5:30 AM. Assembly Area is at the Grandstand of Camp Aguinaldo.
2. There will be two Aid Stations along the 7K-loop, at the vicinity 3K & 6K. Aid Stations will serve Water & Gatorade. Bite Foods like Cookies, Crackers, Choco Bites, and Fresh Fruits will be served starting on the 3rd Loop. Please do not throw your litter along the route. There will be trash bags/cans placed within the vicinity of each Water Station.
3. Members of the Elite Team Bald Runner will act as PACERS for the leading runner/s. Elmer Sabal will be the PACER for the leading Male Runner/s while Reynaldo De Los Reyes will be the PACER for the leading Female Runner/s.
3. There will be marshals/BR elite athletes who will be giving wrist bands to every runner along the route. Every finisher must have four (4) wrist bands visibly seen or worn on their arm as he/she crosses the finish line. Any runner with the lacking number of wrist bands will not be entitled to be given a Finisher’s Medal & Certificate.
4. Parking Areas are available at the sides of the Grandstand; infront & vicinity of the AFPCOC (Officers Club); and at the St Ignatius Cathedral. Make sure that your valuables are not displayed in your car. Secure your things and make sure that your car is locked. There had been no reports of “bukas-kotse” inside Camp Aguinaldo in the past but there is always the possibility of “first time”! Remember that suspects in “bukas-kotse” in past races are also runners!
5. If you are arriving at Camp Aguinaldo before 5:00 AM, you must enter at Gate #1 along Santolan/Boni Serrano Avenue as it is the only gate open 24 hours. Gate #3 along EDSA and other gates open at 5:00 AM. Just tell the MP Guards that you are participating the RIZAL DAY Run organized by General Narcise (Retired). (Note: The MP guards do not know the Bald Runner!!!)
6. Comfort Rooms are available at the back of the Grandstand and at the Daza Park, in-between Km #3 & Km #4.
7. The 32K route will entail 4 loops of the course (7K-loop) plus 2/3 of the 5th loop. Road Marshals will be positioned on critical crossroads to make sure that each runner will not get lost on the 5th loop. It is guaranteed that the distance will entail 32K + 500-600 meters. I personally measured the whole course with my GF 305.
8. Baggage Counter will be available at the Public Address System Booth located at the Grandstand.
9. Be vigilant during your run as the road is shared with vehicles. Although the traffic of vehicles inside the camp early in the morning and during holidays is very light, always look on your sides before crossing the road. Stay away from dogs at the EMs Barrio!
10. My staff, athletes and I are overwhelmed with the support and attendance of runners to this race. This race was intended for serious runners left behind in Manila during the Holiday vacation and who will be joining the Cebu Marathon, Condura Marathon and the 2nd BDM 102 as we planned for a maximum of 150 runners. As of this writing, we have already accepted 350 runner-participants. Thanks to all those who registered for this run.
11. There are only 168 Finisher’s Medals made by “Bernal Engravers” before their workers went on vacation for the holidays. So, for those who will not get their Finisher’s Medal after the race, they will get their respective medal during the first road race of January 2010.
12. If I will not have any chance to thank those “runners & friends” who supported this race, let me take this opportunity to thank the following: Bugobugo85 & Team Hardcore; HINGS Running Club; Reinier Pacific; Tintin aka Timothy/Right Sources; Carrey; Eugene & Isko; Jinoe, Quennie & takbo.ph peeps; Brig Gen Felipe Tabas Jr & GHQ & HSC/Camp Aguinaldo; volunteers; and the members of the Elite Team Bald Runner.
13. See you at the Starting Line. Take it easy and have fun! Happy New Year to Everybody!
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Tags: RIZAL DAY Run, Running
Categories : Jogging, Races, Running
1. This is my second week of my training cycle. I am still with my base training after slowly recovering from a chronic muscle tear injury on my peroneus-calf muscle (left leg).
2. After experimenting on using Adidas’ Climacool & Adizero Racing Shoes in my past Marathon Races (MILO Finals, SIM, & Pasig River), I am going back to my dependable and more stable ASICS Gel Shoes. Since I started this training cycle, I’ve been using my ASICS Kayano-14 and Kanbarra-4. For my light and recovery runs at the oval track, I use my NIKE Lunaracer. The ASICS provide me with better stability and comfort during my base training.
3. I was able to run a total of 61 kilometers for the week. The following was my daily workout for the 2nd week:
There are so many variants of this exercise. However, the steps I’ve mentioned (squat thrust + push-up) is the basic “burpee” exercise. You can jump upwards or leap forward once you bring your body back to the starting position for a higher intensity drill.
Lesson #3: Rule of Thumb In Increasing Mileage—10% of your previous week’s total mileage. Abruptly increasing your weekly mileage to more than 10% of your previous week’s mileage will result to overtraining and/or the possibility of a running-related injury.
Note: If you are a beginner or serious runner, you have to maintain a Runner’s Diary or Log where you can write your distance, time, heart’s pulse rate, weight, and other data related to your running workout. I suggest also that you try to sign in with www.dailymile.com and try to be motivated with your friends who have registered in the said site.
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Tags: Burpees, Running, Running Mileage
Categories : Insights, Jogging, Pictures, Runners' Training, Running, Running Shoes
10. Commemorate the 113th Death Anniversary of our National Hero, Dr Jose Rizal. He was 35 years old when he was executed.
9. Recall the life of our National Her and the story/plot of Rizal’s famous novels, “Noli Me Tangere” and “El Filibusterismo”
8. Nothing had changed from the attitudes of the characters in the novels from what we see today in our society. You can see these “characters” also in our weekend Road Races!
7. Rizal was never a runner, but he could had been a “runner-blogger” if he is alive today.
6. In the 70s & 80s, there was a RIZAL DAY Run with a distance of 30K every Dec 30 of the year. The race was organized by the government.
5. Bald Runner is the Race Organizer & Race Director. He is not fond of “distractions” or “frills” in road races, he wants everybody to simply run and have fun!
4. It is the first 32K Road Run in the country. The second Road Race done during a declared Public Holiday. The first Road Race to be held on Wednesday or middle of the week. A Road Race without the support/endorsement from any private corporation or from the national government.
3. Running inside Camp Aguinaldo for almost 5X will test the mental toughness of runners.
2. The 32K distance is a perfect LSD run for Cebu Marathon, Condura Marathon & 2010 BDM 102. There is no cut-off time for this run!
1. Burn those calories accumulated for attending Christmas Parties and a reason to eat & drink some more on New Year’s Eve!!!
M E R R Y C H R I S T M A S & H A P P Y N E W Y E A R ! ! !
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Tags: 32K Run, RIZAL DAY 32K Run, Running
Categories : Insights, Jogging, Running
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Tags: Cebu City Marathon, Marathon, Running
Categories : Half-Marathon, Marathon Race, Running
In last Sunday’s edition of the Philippine Daily Inquirer (Dec 20, 2009), the runner-participants in the 1st Bataan Death March 102K Ultramarathon Race who posed in a picture taken before the race were featured in a picture posted at the “Sportswatch” section of the said newspaper.
The picture below consists of the 82 “new brave warriors” who started the race from Km #0 in Mariveles, Bataan last April 5, 2009 and finished at Km #102 in San Fernando, Pampanga. Out of the 82 starters (with 8 foreign runners), 63 runners finished the race within the cut-off time of 18 hours.
As of today, there are 167 runner-applicants for the 2nd edition of the BDM 102 which will be held on 6-7 March 2010. In addition, I have reserved 40 slots for the AFP-PNP runners who will join the race.
For the details of registration and rules & regulations for the 2nd edition, please visit www.bataan102.blogspot.com. Applicants for this race should leave a comment at the Bataan 102 Page of this blog by stating their name, age, date of birth, e-mail address, contact number, and last marathon race finished. Last day of application is January 5, 2010.
To the runner-applicants, good luck on your training!
GO BEYOND YOUR LIMITS !!!
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Tags: 2010 BDM 102, Running, Ultramarathon
Categories : Insights, Jogging, Pictures, Running, Ultramarathon