Official Result: 2010 BDM 102K International Race


 

 

2nd BDM 102K International Ultramarathon Race Result
March 6-7, 2010
     
              NAME TIME
1 Alvin Canada 10:01:05
2 Randy Bumahit 10:44:27
3 Jonnifer Lacanlale 11:01:47
4 July Oconer 12:25:48
5 Hermogines Olvis 12:25:48
6 Jusell Laya 12:41:38
7 John Frederick Abenina 12:42:43
8 Armand Fernando 12:45:09
9 Eric Bullena 13:18:40
10 Junrox Roque 13:20:44
11 Gregorio Ocampo 13:33:28
12 Albert Salazar 13:40:25
13 Muhammad Sallehan Zainuddin  (SING) 13:55:58
14 Don Ubaldo 14:03:40
15 Audax Cantero 14:12:25
16 Bonifacio Dalisay 14:19:25
17 Albert Sama 14:35:42
18 Carlo Bacalla 14:38:15
19 Oscar Sañez 14:40:26
20 Constante Mendoza 14:47:25
21 Francis Jay Nacino 14:49:26
22 Charlie Chua 14:55:09
23 Mark Peralta 14:55:10
24 Enrico Tocol 14:56:14
25 Graciano Santos 14:58:52
26 Rhoderick Guieb 15:06:15
27 Wilnar Iglesia 15:17:33
28 Christopher Iblan 15:17:34
29 Ben Gaetos  (USA) 15:28:27
30 Rayman Delos Angeles 15:28:35
31 Edilberto Yonzon 15:34:05
32 Felipe Nama 15:44:47
33 Albert Henson 15:47:38
34 Francisco Lapira 15:49:18
35 Patrick Winceth Alcomendas 15:55:41
36 Julius Oliver Giron 15:58:13
37 Romeo Erivera 16:00:00
38 Whreachelle Cordova (F) 16:00:07
39 Red Samar 16:01:33
40 Cesar Abarientos 16:01:36
41 Dennis Ravanzo 16:02:19
42 Dionam Basco 16:13:40
43 Glenn Romualdo 16:16:43
44 Ricardo Cabusao, Jr 16:19:45
45 Raiza Tulan (F) 16:23:01
46 Ralph Jerome Salvador 16:24:15
47 Jerry Guiao 16:28:55
48 Alvin Adriano 16:29:05
49 Joshua Suarez 16:34:58
50 Maria Myrna Emelyne Buenafe  (F) 16:38:48
51 Anecito Grimaldo 16:40:02
52 Paolo Osmeña 16:46:25
53 Jael Wenceslao 16:48:02
54 George Dolores 16:48:42
55 Ronald Rei Declarador 16:52:38
56 Fernando De Lara 16:52:42
57 Charles Fletcher  (USA) 16:55:16
58 Armando Queza 16:58:04
59 Ellery Ho  (USA) 16:58:32
60 Kelly Lim  (F)  (SING) 16:59:30
61 Maria Cristina Narvaez  (F) 17:03:47
62 Glendel Tañag 17:03:52
63 Vener Roldan 17:05:08
64 John Nikko Nolasco 17:05:24
65 Lemuel Narcise 17:09:22
66 Carlo Nobleza 17:10:24
67 Ramon Gillego 17:13:28
68 Jose Maria Galauran 17:14:32
69 Dennis Enriquez 17:17:30
70 Abiegayle Jocson  (F) 17:18:45
71 Artemio Ladia 17:19:32
72 Francis Andrew Santiago 17:22:46
73 Rodel Cuaton 17:22:52
74 Caesar Callangan 17:22:54
75 Gregorio Torres 17:24:25
76 Jose Arturo Virata 17:26:40
77 Odessa Coral  (F) 17:29:56
78 Michelle Estuar  (F) 17:32:30
79 Francis Randy Hortelano 17:33:20
80 Jag Irasga 17:33:35
81 Blas Ople Tiangco 17:33:50
82 Jeremy Go 17:34:13
83 Frederick Chaneco Gabriel 17:35:41
84 Luis Arcangel 17:35:53
85 Ria Go Tian  (F) 17:37:07
86 Sherwin Tommy Botabara 17:37:43
87 Niño James Ramos 17:37:58
88 Mark Adrian Hernandez 17:38:13
89 Haide Acuña  (F) 17:40:08
90 Joseph Adrian Soriao 17:42:24
91 Joseph Cu Unjieng 17:43:05
92 Junar Layug 17:43:49
93 Ronaldo Sulapas 17:44:25
94 Sammy Deleña 17:44:32
95 Rosgar Apolinario 17:44:42
96 Marco Christopher Montaos 17:46:03
97 Mel Severino 17:48:26
98 Wilfredo Parcon, Jr 17:48:50
99 Ramoncito Carreon 17:49:59
100 Delmo Sullano 17:51:50
101 John Jeffrey Avellanosa 17:52:42
102 Marlin Marilag 17:54:10
103 Emerson Go Tian 17:55:34
104 Manuel Macrohon 17:58:21

Note: Runner-Finishers #4 & #5 are tied at Number 4 Place.

67 thoughts on “Official Result: 2010 BDM 102K International Race

    • would you believe that almost all the finishers cried after they crossed the finish line? the heat was worse this year as compared that of last year. thanks, rick!

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  1. Congratulations to all the finishers (veteran or newbie), now ultrarunners! Thank you to the invaluable support of crew and friends. I think that was the hottest race so far.

    Rest/recover well and enjoy your accomplishment.

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  2. Congratulations to everyone! Wohoo! And thank you Sir Jovie for organizing this wonderful event. Indeed, 41 degree heat! A lot of us were wilting. Ice water cold towels barely kept me going 🙂

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    • planning is everything in this kind of race. my staff and volunteers did a lot of hard work just to be able to make everybody safe in this race. thanks for your support.

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  3. Congratulations to everyone! You are now the Immortals of Philippine Ultrarunning! Each one of you will serve as inspiration to us, mortals 🙂 Recover well. See you on the road!

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      • Count me in for next year’s edition, Sir. I hope I’ll get bib. no. 16. I’ll be waiting for more posts from you and from other bloggers/finishers regarding this event, as I know those will be useful in training. CONGRATS once again for organizing and directing this race. More power to you!
        Nolan

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  4. mabuhay and congratulations especially to all who got devirginized yesterday.welcome to club 102.

    and thank you to all the support crew and race volunteers and congratulations to the bdm founder and race director, sir jovie.

    can’t wait for next year.

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    • thanks for those support and “shouts” on your blog about the event. let us promote ultrarunning here in the country and hopefully be united in sports. don’t worry, the application for participants for the 3rd edition will be open after the awarding ceremony & get together party for the 2010 Finishers.

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  5. Congrats to all runners!!! Thank you, Sir Jovie for leading the way in Philippine UltraRunning! God bless & More power!!!

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  6. congratualation sir br for this succesful running event…. and many thanks for giving us d opportunities to test the limits of our self…see you again sir at the starting line next year…. to all participants MABUHAY!!!!!

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  7. Congrats to all finishers and DNFers. It wouldn’t be BDM102 if everybody finished. The scorching heat was difficult for everyone. I was amazed by the display of sportsmanship from everyone as all runners and their support crews helped each other in foods and drinks. Thank you to Kiko’s crew for the hot pandesal and pouring ice cold water on my head.

    Thank you Sir Jovie for putting together a top class event.

    Ben

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    • ben, thanks for joining this event. yes, the heat was far worse than what we had last april 2009 but i am glad the participants were ready for the challenge. with such experience, i will come up with a camp training for future BDM 102 runners as soon as possible. i hope you will submit your race report to ultrarunning magazine. have a safe trip & thanks for your support.

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  8. sir jovie, thank you for coming up with this event. congratulations to your staff, participants, support groups and finishers!

    rod

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  9. Congratulations again! Indeed the hype is still on, I logged on to get updates on the Oscars and my Homepage was flooded with BDM updates! =)

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  10. Congratulations to all participants – finishers and non-finishers alike. Congratulations and thank you to Sir Jovie for giving us BDM 102. I hope to join the 3rd BDM 102 in 2011.

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  11. Sir Jovs,

    After finishing this race, I would like to help out with the website maintenance part [content aspect] for your next BDM102k. And if the 159k event pushes through with a lot of runners, I will be joining that one too. Thank you so much for organizing this race. We will send you the link updates on the pictures and a CD to your office for your use as well. Till then, all the best!

    Blas Ople Tiangco aka TitaniumRunner/MidnightPencil
    http://midnightpencil.wordpress.com
    blastiangco@gmail.com

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  12. Congratulations to all runners it was really a test of wills.. Thanks to Sir Jovie and the BR team for the great job, also to all support groups who was offering drinks along the way, it really helped sustain us during those moments..

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  13. Congratulations on your successful event. Hey was there anyone among the runners who was a direct descendant of the original walkers? Maybe a grandson or great grandson? What a fantastic story that would be.

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    • cecil, i guess, there are runners who are connected with those original walkers but they are silent. however, i suspect that those who cried at the finish line have one or the other connection with the original walkers.

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  14. For all the Finishers Congratz!
    Grabe ako din naiiyak na before crossing the finish line.. i thought i would not make it. But i said to my self for the last 4km… “No pain No Gain, you are already at the finish line give everything you got!”

    Thanks Sir Jovie for this memorable ultra marathon! now i know what is the feeling to finish a race like this!

    Jeffrey Avellanosa

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  15. Sir BR, mas mataas pa siguro sa 41 degrees yung init na galing sa pavement. on asphalt 5x hotter yata. Congrats to TBR. What a race! My toughest race so far. See you on the 3rd edition. 100milers na ba talaga?

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    • yes, you are right! the feeling is that the temperature while you were running may have reached to 115 degrees Fahrenheit which was almost the same temperature when i witnessed the start of the 2009 badwater ultramarathon. congrats on your PR finish! thanks also for your support!

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  16. Sir Jovie, Congratz and thanks to you and your staff!!!
    sobrang init, i almost passed out but It a wonderful experience ;D
    Sulit na Sulit!!!

    Sa lahat ng participants..
    Congratz to you all, see you again next year ;D

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    • you have improved a lot since your 1st BDM. baka next year, top 3 ka na! congratulations for a PR finish. thanks for your continued support to this event. i am sure you will be one of the first bdm 150 finishers! see you on thursday!

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  17. thank you sir!!!
    for giving me and my wife ria the opportunity to be in this race.
    we both finish it too. 1st husband and wife tandem? hehehe
    my first time to cry for a race!!!
    really thought i wouldn’t reach the cut-off time,
    DEAD TIRED. and i do mean it!!!
    thanks again!!!
    more power to you sir jovie and the group!!!
    congrats to all who finish!!!

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    • yes, you and wife are already a part in the history of this event! thanks for your participation and support to this event. congrats! see you on thursday!

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  18. Sir Jovie,
    Jose Ma. Mateo Galauran of CAMANAVA RUNNERS, my grandfather Simplicio Felipe Mateo was one of the survivors of the original Bataan Death March. After finishing the race and returning home my mother told me that my grandfather was one of the original survivors of the Bataan Death March. It is but until now that I have realized why he was buried in the Libingan ng mga Bayani in fort Bonifacio. Maybe he is the one who guided me to participate and finally finishing the race. To all the participants support crew in this memorable event thank you very much for remembering the HEROES of Bataan DEATH March. To Bald Runner may you continue this very inspiring tradition of BDM102 ULTRAMARATHON.

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    • thank you, jose. you are indeed very lucky to be a part of this ultramarathon race. your grandfather must be smiling and happy knowing that you have retraced his experience 68 years ago. i think you have to make a story/memoir about this event and how it is connected to your family. congrats!

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  19. Hi BR,

    This is the toughest race I’ve done!!! Even tougher than Comrades Marathon, although it was only 12km longer… Although the route was very flat (less the first 20km of the race), the condition that runners, support crew and even the volunteers had to endured makes it an extreme event (to run, to support & to volunteer)… This is not for the faint-hearted…

    P.S. Btw, a BIG THANKS to all the support crews of other runners who had helped me with water, sports drink, ice, sunblock, and encouragement… I truly appreciate everything that you had given me… Esp the volunteer just before the 91km mark… He gave up his one and only apple juice to me after seeing that i had nothing else to drink…

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    • kelly, thanks for joining the race. i still remember what you said to me at the finish line that you will not recommend this race to your running friends because of the challenging heat & humidity during daytime. i hope that after you have rested & recovered, you will be able to change your mind and invite others to experience what it takes to be a finisher of BDM 102. good luck on your future races!

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  20. Congrats to all the finishers and those who gave their very best!

    To my bdm 1st edition running mate Charlie Chua, Congrats Bro you did very very well. Its sweeter the 2nd time around di ba 🙂

    Br, congrats on a well run race. Lester wants to do this na… hahaha 🙂

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  21. This race was a life changer.

    I came to a point where I was about to give up. I saw myself a failure after km50 when I could not bend my right knee anymore. Even with enough energy to push me through, the heat, exhaustion,demons in my mind..they were all partying on my mind….and then a barrage of encouragement from fellow runners and text messages from takbo.ph members bombarded my mobile and I kept on reading those messages while walking. From my self-perceived failure, I broke away from status-quo and ran/but mostly walked the remaining 52km with gusto to finish this race.

    ..and then I came, saw and conquered Bataan Death March!

    Thanks for the experience sir Jovie. This is one of the highlights of my life *shed a tear*

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    • i am glad you brought your cellphone with you during your run! BDM 102 is the only running event where you can use your cellphone while competing with the other runners and the elements of your surroundings. see you soon!

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  22. i want to thank baldrunner and all his staff and crew, and congratulate all the participants and thanks to all the support crews, we all had our own support crews but it was great to have crews that were willing to help keep other fellow runners cool, those splashes of cold water made a huge difference especially when my support crew was still far away

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  23. Hi BR,

    Hope you already got the email link of Estan to the BDM102 pictures. But for everyone’s reference, here it is again:

    http://fitandrun.info/

    Over 150 pictures posted on the BDM102, with a brief photo essay on the carbo load party as well.

    – B

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  24. thanks, fit&run. i’ve seen some of the pics and thanks for taking time out to feature the event in your site. see you soon!

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  25. Hi sir BR,

    First, congratulations to all the finishers (your training paid-off!)

    Congratulations also to you & the BR events team for organizing such a one of a kind running event! BDM102 was the longest race I ran so far and the crazy El Niño heat really pushed me out of my limits.

    May typo-error lang po sa time ko. It should be 17:44:25 instead of 14:44:25. (how I wish I could run that fast hehe)

    With more time to prepare and train, I’m hoping to do the longer distance next year. Thanks again and more power!

    Ron

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