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Official Result: 5th MAYON 360-Degree 80K Ultra Marathon Race (Solo)

12 04 2015

5th Edition MAYON 360-Degree 80K Ultra Marathon Race: A Run Around Mt Mayon Volcano

4:00 AM To 8:00 PM April 11, 2015

Starting & Finish Line: Penaranda Park, Legazpi City (Albay)

Cut-Off Time: 16 Hours

Number Of Starters: 313

Number Of Finishers: 278

Percentage Of Finish: 88.81%

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RANK

NAME

TIME (Hrs)

1

Eliud Kering (Overall Champion, Course Record) 5:36:44

2

Bong Postrado (1st Runner-Up, Overall) 6:07:36

3

Mario Maglinao (2nd Runner-Up, Overall) 6:17:16

4

Marino Lagyap 6:30:47

5

Chito Gonzales 6:39:23

6

John Nino Monte 6:45:41

7

Adonis Lubaton 7:19:28

8

Carlo Morante 7:20:29

9

Froilan Enriquez 7:28:45

10

Salvador Nachor 7:32:42

11

Christian Velson Ticson 7:47:04

12

Ronald Aguilar 7:54:15

13

Neptali Icatlo 8:07:12

14

Jade Arevalo 8:08:48

15

Siegfried Amanca 8:13:25

16

Virgilio Undaloc Jr 8:13:28

17

Joseph Gentoleo 8:18:40

18

Stuart Gurr 8:21:53

19

Rafael Maestro 8:24:07

20

Karl Penones 8:29:34

21

Norman Ariate 8:32:55

22

Roy Calimlim 8:37:25

23

Alvin Luminario 8:40:24

24

Janette Agura (Champion, Female) 8:46:00

25

David Rivera 8:48:52

26

Sam Milan 8:55:58

27

Bembo Munap 9:00:52

28

Rocky Migpo 9:01:55

29

Silamie Apolistar (1st Runner-Up, Female) 9:02:00

30

Edgar Minas 9:04:59

31

Melchomelda Kitane (2nd Runner-Up, Female) 9:10:28

32

Melchor Flores 9:17:20

33

Antonio Quiriba 9:17:27

34

Cricenciano Borito 9:23:31

35

Diogenes Bernal 9:24:39

36

David White 9:26:17

37

Marlon Bon 9:30:56

38

Paul Drossou 9:41:16

39

Sebastian Roth 9:42:11

40

Smith Luna 9:44:01

41

Ruben Casim 9:48:38

42

Julius Ceazar Lim 9:49:44

43

Eric Solina 9:50:39

44

Ricky Betito 9:57:12

45

Chris Jefferson Lozano 9:57:49

46

Rosie Cantoria (Female) 9:58:11

47

Randy Cantoria 9:58:12

48

Nomeriano Barnedo Jr 9:58:14

49

Jennifer Cabbab (Female) 9:58:57

50

Ronaldo Racines 10:05:35

51

Saturnino Camangonan 10:06:49

52

Matthew David 10:09:38

53

Christopher Llobrera 10:11:34

54

Leo Ano 10:15:29

55

Sofronio Igay (Champion, Senior Citizen) 10:22:42

56

Cornelio Velus 10:23:53

57

Humali Cuizon 10:27:06

58

Rod Losabia 10:28:30

59

Allan Bandiola 10:30:40

60

Jerome Caasim 10:34:10

61

Ian Wellington Hukom 10:36:22

62

Erwin Alea 10”36:40

63

Roberto Banawon 10:37:34

64

Manny Magbanwa Jr ’10:39:12

65

Roselle Abajo (Female) ’10:43:55

66

Andrew Competente ’10:47:02

67

Orlando Alondra 10:47:31

68

Rhina Sison (Female) 10:48:26

69

Jess Evangelista 10:51:27

70

John Mark Sevilla 10:52:23

71

Florencio Bonaobra Jr 10:55:16

72

Ryan Nieva 10:56:20

73

Edmond Manlangit 10:57:05

74

Arjie Golimlim 11:02:13

75

Mhark Alan Pena 11:04:50

76

Killy Kunimoto (1st Runner-Up, Senior Citizen) 11:05:36

77

Aldrin Aguallo 11:06:32

78

Christian Cadez 11:12:58

79

Vicente Topacio 11:13:31

80

Ronald Julian Torregrosa 11:14:25

81

Trinidad Madison 11:15:58

82

Erwin Alamil 11:16:16

83

Gerimias Martinez 11:18:33

84

Harold Kim Isaguirre 11:18:48

85

Edgar Moron 11:20:35

86

Rey Bardelobar 11:21:41

87

Myriam Abejuela (Female) 11:26:18

88

Francisco Abejuela 11:26:42

89

Jelmor Biture 11:29:22

90

Raymundo Mabini 11:30:26

91

Tommy Tan 11:31:52

92

Anna Carmela Lim (Female) 11:37:03

93

John Michael Onipig 11:37:32

94

Marlo Alcantara 11:37:44

95

Gray Bateo 11:40:32

96

Brando Bueno 11:41:41

97

Jose Asis 11:42:32

98

Jonas Nacario 11:43:01

99

Gil Lustares 11:48:52

100

Pete Peralta 11:51:38

101

Marites Mangubat (Female) 11:52:34

102

Jeremiah Adam Prelleglra 11:53:09

103

Rodolfo Mapagdalita 11:54:22

104

Gary Castillo 11:54:35

105

Orlando Payumo (2nd Runner-Up, Senior Citizen) 11:55:15

106

Danilo Lim 11:55:20

107

Scherle Mark Abion 11:55:54

108

Albert Villamayor 11:56:00

109

Rodrigo Lanorias Sr 11:56:22

110

Cesar Pillarda 11:57:38

111

Rolfe Molina 12:01:54

112

Mark Jacob Banatlao 12:04:53

113

Wilmar Plopino 12:05:43

114

Cleodelia Armendez (Female) 12:06:43

115

Alex Alianza 12:13:38

116

Perfecto Balantes 12:14:03

117

Ma. Teresa Villa Abrielle (Female) 12:14:32

118

Rowena Madrid (Female) 12:14:37

119

Adrian Recacho 12:15:07

120

Aldrin Pallera 12:21:58

121

Rolan Cera 12:22:20

122

Rosette Pesuelo (Female) 12:22:41

123

Ronald Dedace 12:22:59

124

Santi Aphiwattanas 12:23:31

125

Samuel Bacayra 12:25:18

126

Dar-C Silao 12:26:22

127

Vincent Helario 12:26:29

128

Vicente Wanasen Jr 12:26:50

129

Benjie Moron 12:28:43

130

Ryan Laban 12:31:35

131

Abner Corpus 12:31:48

132

Joven Avila 12:31:56

133

Edmundo Tam 12:32:53

134

Remy Caasi 12:34:36

135

Noel Pitapit 12:35:27

136

Twila Mae 12:36:13

137

Eugene Dulay 12:36:25

138

Alberto Cruz Jr 12:38:47

139

Sherwin Guansing 12:44:41

140

Joel Rodriguez 12:47:15

141

Fabian Tagle 12:47:24

142

Severlino Real 12:47:59

143

Michael Peralta 12:48:15

144

Oliver Cavinta 12:52:17

145

Bernadeth Rocapor 12:55:59

146

Allan Joseph Abenes 12:56:15

147

Edsel Castillana 12:56:34

148

Elizalde Estrella 12:58:32

149

Henschel Boragay 12:58:36

150

Gracito Villaver 12:59:20

151

Alvin Sanga 13:02:27

152

Ma. Cecilia Macogay (Female) 13:04:24

153

Randy Padua 13:07:44

154

Ariel Pisquiza 13:09:01

155

Roderick Margallo 13:09:05

156

Arnel Amor 13:12:08

157

Nik Antonio 13:15:34

158

Ronald Dela Rosa 13:16:12

159

John Roger Calisin 13:16:24

160

Rosario Milallos 13:16:32

161

Boy Bernie Abrugan 13:16:43

162

Jesus Bayrante 13:16:54

163

Albert Constancio Ramon Hefti III 13:17:16

164

Almar Kenneth Marjalino 13:19:13

165

John Kevin Morcel 13:24:13

166

Randy Torralba 13:24:14

167

Teddy Boral 13:26:09

168

Reo Rey Jagonap 13:26:53

169

Mark Anthony Reyes 13:29:45

170

Jamie Rose Rillo (Female) 13:30:33

171

Mary Kristine Ira Garcia 13:30:34

172

Joshua Martin Esquela 13:30:51

173

Gilbert Balid 13:32:31

174

Grace Diocampo (Female) 13:32:36

175

Luis Ricario Jr 13:38:18

176

Rona Saludes (Female) 13:39:31

177

Hermie Saludes 13:39:33

178

Miguel Beduya 13:39:57

179

Junmar Que 13:40:50

180

Marinela Camatog (Female) 13:40:51

181

Addison Sayoc 13:41:02

182

Cecilia Lalisan (Female) 13:43:23

183

Gudelia Marcelo (Female) 13:45:39

184

Michael Angelo Maleriado 13:46:01

185

Daisy Visperas 13:46:24

186

Rus Kristoffer Parcia 13:50:06

187

Cerryson Moreno 13:50:37

188

Michael Yap 13:51:05

189

Angelica Isabel Paz 13:51:07

190

Kendrick Asanion 13:54:57

191

Venerando Monsarat 13:55:32

192

Rolando Macapagal 13:55:37

193

Joseph Ronquillo 13:56:06

194

Mario Honrado 13:56:18

195

Ma. Julieta Rael 13:56:32

196

Delmo Sullano 13:56:50

197

Julius Cruzat 13:57:13

198

Mignun Ignacio 13:57:19

199

Yancy Manaog 14:00:11

200

Kenji Akinaga 14:00:48

201

Julius Distrajo 14:01:15

202

Oliver Abuyen 14:01:28

203

Francis Sandro 14:02:53

204

Danilo Anonuevo 14:04:02

205

Lester Evangelista 14:05:37

206

Joe Peter Alaguer 14:05:59

207

Celso Callo 14:10:08

208

Victor Ansel Tingson 14:14:54

209

Errol Flynn Regaya 14:15:53

210

Chris Jefferson Lozano 14:16:19

211

Prospero Ibardaloza 14:16:30

212

Rhaffy Borbo 14:16:41

213

Nelson Val Caro Jr 14:18:13

214

Maureen Genes (Female) 14:18:21

215

Marife Dacanay (Female) 14:18:30

216

Ray Paras 14:19:13

217

Christian Rabe 14:23:37

218

Michael Arcos 14:23:46

219

Henry Llorente 14:24:36

220

Cyrus Barrameda 14:24:41

221

Joseph Nebrida 14:26:44

222

Efren Grogorio 14:27:10

223

Manuel Rebandaban 14:28:33

224

Arvin Arcilla 14:34:21

225

Ma. Emilie Mangampo (Female) 14:37:10

226

Mildred Tugado (Female) 14:37:23

227

Roxanne Maquinto (Female) 14:37:42

228

Arman Belen 14:37:52

229

Andrie Pacayra 14:38:07

230

Felipe Calixto Ignacio 14:38:21

231

Donald Jaca 14:42:23

232

Barge Harvi Singson 14:44:16

233

Janice Gilbuena (Female) 14:45:07

234

Joeven Gilbuena 14:45:28

235

Arjay Argote 14:45:41

236

Juan Tan 14:46:18

237

Ronald Tagsuan 14:48:37

238

Martin Roces 14:53:19

239

Josephine Bonavente (Female) 14:53:36

240

Arsenio Chavez 14:53:48

241

Gerly Santos (Female) 14:58:23

242

Jesson Prima 15:03:11

243

Wilbert Robles 15:03:12

244

Kristoffer Pelona 15:03:13

245

Victor Cambarijan Jr 15:03:51

246

Lhara Daferina (Female) 15:07:43

247

Ryan Calisura 15:08:24

248

Victor Biagtan 15:08:35

249

Melisse Montalbon (Female) 15:08:58

250

Ricardo Roxas 15:09:09

251

Matthew Mutia 15:09:39

252

Chris Allan Bandola 15:11:45

253

Romar Jaucian 15:12:37

254

Carlos Pitapit 15:12:50

255

Victoria Rodriguez (Female) 15:13:33

256

Ma. Leslie Abad (Female) 15:13:42

257

Leandro Gigantoca 15:14:58

258

Shane Siy-hian (Female) 15:18:22

259

Willie Adaz 15:18:24

260

Anthony Evon Cruz 15:19:17

261

Tim Tuscano 15:21:11

262

Marie Grace Blanco Perez (Female) 15:22:14

263

Russel Hernandez 15:22:16

264

Shanie Sinagco (Female) 15:22:42

265

Herbert Puyat 15:23:41

266

Aleli Gloria Delos Santos (Female) 15:30:49

267

Melchor Nicolas 15:31:01

268

Aldrin Cosa Barde 15:37:01

269

Rosita Dino (Female) 15:46:37

270

Elordino Piodos 15:46:55

271

Melissa Sarmenta (Female) 15:51:09

272

Raymund Sabater 15:53:23

273

Daniel Caampued 15:53:39

274

Evangeline Gregorio (Female) 15:53:49

275

Queenie Lynne Aceveda (Female) 15:54:09

276

Dhonabel Castillo (Female) 15:54:20

277

Rowena Santos (Female) 15:54:36

278

Raymond Nable 15:56:50
Starting/Finish Area

Starting/Finish Area

Champion & Course Record Holder

Champion & Course Record Holder Ellud Kering From Kenya

Congratulations To All The Finishers!

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Official Result: 1st MAYON 160K Ultra Marathon Race

11 04 2015

1st MAYON 160K Ultra Marathon Race

Start & Finish Area: Penaranda Park, Legazpi City (Albay)

Start Time: 2:00 AM April 10, 2015

Finish Time: 10:00 AM April 11, 2015

Cut-Off Time: 32 Hours

Number Of Starters: 46

Number Of Finishers: 37

Percentage Of Finish: 80.43%

Route Map & Course Elevation

Route Map & Course Elevation

RANK    NAME                 TIME (Hrs)

1.  Lao Ogerio (Overall Champion, Course Record) ——23:47:13
2.  Reynaldo Oros (1st Runner-Up, Overall) —————-24:03:36
3.  Bonifacio Balleras (2nd Runner-Up, Overall)———24:03:38
4.  Beda Abugan —————————————————24:50:42
5.  Roberto Villamor ———————————————-25:33:25
6.  Bob Castilla —————————————————-26:36:35
7.  Barrey Red ——————————————————27:12:24
8.  Dante Adorador ————————————————27:27:24
9.  Henry Castillo —————————————————27:55:38
10. Mark Tibo-oc —————————————————-28:03:59
11. Sherwin Ivan Joboli ——————————————-28:08:56
12. Ruben Veran —————————————————28:26:17
13. Cris Liwanagan ————————————————28:27:58
14. Joefren Perez ————————————————-28:34:18
15. Glen Calixto —————————————————28:34:21
16. Dindo Almoquera ———————————————28:56:05
17. Joseph Pili ——————————————————29:02:25
18. Janice Mauricio (Female Champion) ————-29:08:40
19. Jude Thaddeus Singson ———————————29:28:11
20. Ernesto Badong ——————————————-29:31:17
21. Noel Ko ——————————————————29:43:37
22. Gia Estrella (1st Runner-Up, Female) ———29:44:24
23. Cheryl Bihag 2nd Runner-Up, Female) ——-29:51:31
24. Benedict Meneses —————————————-29:53:33
25. Eusebio Cabidog ——————————————30:00:02
26. Arianne Ortega (Female) ——————————-30:18:10
27. Peach Tamayo (Female) ——————————-30:25:17
28. Elmar Bob Tolete —————————————-30:25:20
29. Marck Arcky Imperial ———————————30:29:22
30. Joji Salvador ————————————————30:34:40
31. Joseph Evasco ———————————————30:42:39
32. Yolly Barja (Female) ——————— ————30:55:27
33. Zaldy Santillan ——————————————-30:56:34
34. Elly Casulla ————————————————31:02:56
35. Lauro Daliwag ———————————————31:07:39
36. Kelvin Dela Torre —————————————31:19:37
37. Alvin Cesar ————————————————-31:21:14

Brave Warriors Of The 1st MAYON 160K Ultra Marathon

Brave Warriors Of The 1st MAYON 160K Ultra Marathon

Overall Champion & Course Record Holder Lao Ogerio

Overall Champion & Course Record Holder Lao Ogerio

Congratulations To All The Finishers!!!





Official Result: 3rd MAYON 360 80-Km Ultra Marathon Race

8 04 2013

3rd MAYON 360-Degree 80K Ultra Marathon Race (Run Around Mayon Volcano)

4:00 AM-8:00 PM April 6, 2013

Start & Finish: Penaranda Park, Legazpi City (Albay)

Number of Starters: 210

Number of Finishers: 193

Number of Female Runners: 26

N  A  M  E

T I M E

1 MARIO MAGLINAO (Champion) 6:10:59
2 MARTIN BALAYBO (1st Runner-Up) 6:41:39
3 ELIJAH KIPRUTO (2nd Runner-Up) 6:44:07
4 BONG POSTRADO 6:49:46
5 MARIANO BASAGRE JR. 7:00:22
6 RONALD AGUILAR 7:16:54
7 EDUARDO VILLANUEVA 7:28:20
8 ROGEL ANAJAO 7:41:15
9 JOEL BENGTAY 7:41:23
10 DARRY BADO 7:43:45
11 JANETTE AGURA (Lady Champion, Course Record) 7:49:56
12 MARCELO BAUTISTA 8:14:15
13 SUSAN JEMUTAI (Lady, 1st Runner-Up) 8:45:10
14 MELANIE MALILAN (Lady, 2nd Runner-Up) 8:50:59
15 LUNA SMITH 8:51:00
16 DANTE DELA CRUZ 8:51:01
17 PAULINO BACUS JR 8:52:28
18 CHITO GONZALES 8:53:36
19 CHRISTIAN VELSON TICZON 8:59:15
20 SANDI MENCHI (Female) 9:02:59
21 MARIO TAHIYAM 9:10:17
22 EMMANUEL NOCOS 9:27:23
23 ALFRED DELOS REYES 9:33:26
24 RODEL CAPALOS 9:43:31
25 ARVIN GALUS 9:44:24
26 TROY ABADEZA 9:53:56
27 ZALDY LORENO 9:57:40
28 NARCISO ALIPIO JR. 10:12:39 
29 ORLANDO UMBRERO 10:18:39
30 JADE AREVALO 10:22:12
31 LAURENCIO LAO OGERIO 10:29:31
32 JIMMY COLLADO 10:32:14
33 JAN CARLO BALOLOY 10:39:55
34 BRANDO BUENO 10:43:47
35 BONIFACIO BALLERAS 10:46:51
36 MOYANO RAYMOND 10:46:52
37 RAFFY GABOTERO 10:49:30
38 CRESENCIANO BORITO 10:49:42
39 ROBERTO VILLAMOR 10:51:55
40 DANTE MENDOZA 10:54:29
41 LEONARDO BLANES JR 10:54:59
42 ELY CASULLA 11:08:10
43 EUTIQUIO BAGACINA 11:10:02
44 MOSES MORENO 11:10:48
45 JUNIFER FRENILA 11:13:17
46 ANTHONY GALON 11:13:43
47 LUCILLE COZ (Female) 11:15:52
48 ERIC NEPOMUCENO 11:26:02
49 ROMEL ROSENDE 11:26:42
50 DENNIS CARCANO 11:29:25
51 JESSEL BESANTA 11:33:52
52 MON GILLEGO 11:40:25
53 EJERCITO SUYO 11:43:26
54 LEO PURA 11:33:54
55 HEINRISH PEREZ 11:46:58
56 ARIEL BRIONES 11:51:19
57 MYRON NUYLES 11:52:49
58 IAN WELLINGTON JOCOM 11:53:34
59 NOEL KO 11:54:37
60 EDISON TICZON 11:57:22
61 ALFREDO LUZURIAGA 11:59:11
62 ORLANDO PAYUMO 12:03:29
63 BENJ TERMULO 12:03:43
64 JONATHAN COLAO 12:05:38
65 JOSE ASIS 12:05:46
66 JOFFREY ANO 12:06:37
67 PHILIP AGUILAR 12:06:44
68 AL BRYAN LAGMAN 12:06:51
69 JAYLORD BALLAO 12:13:36
70 GIL CONANAN 12:14:15
71 RICO LAPLANA 12:14:17
72 JOHNNY SALINAS 12:16:22
73 GERMAN ACIDO JR. 12:19:29
74 JOEL SIMSIMAN 12:20:38
75 NONILO ONOYA 12:22:09
76 CELEDONIO QUINTO 12:22:10
77 DANNY LIM 12:22:41
78 RODEL MENDOZA 12:24:54
79 TED FAMATIGA 12:26:00
80 DENNIS LOPEZ 12:26:03
81 TESS LEONO (Female) 12:29:18
82 ALFEUS DE LOS SANTOS 12:32:44
83 CHRISTIAN OTING 12:33:34
84 GIL LOSTARES 12:36:28
85 EDGARDO CAUBANG 12:38:37
86 ROBERTO HERNANDEZ 12:40:49
87 VANS CAMANNONG 12:43:03
88 ISIDRO BRAZA JR 12:43:27
89 RODELIO MENDOZA 12:49:06
90 CHITO CARREON 12:49:14
91 KALOI GARCIA 12:49:57
92 RANDY MIRANDA 12:50:05
93 REYLYNNE DELA PAZ (Female) 12:50:16
94 FREDERICK TUPAZ 12:53:11
95 MARLO ALCANTARA 12:55:22
96 OBETH MALANA 12:58:07
97 RANIL VALENCIANO 12:58:17
98 RYAN MORAL 12:58:18
99 ELMER CABALLES 12:59:03
100 CAEZAR AQUINO 13:03:20
101 ROMMEL BONGALA 13:05:28
102 JORGE LI 13:05:53
103 RONALD TORREGOSA 13:11:49
104 JERIC REDILLAS 13:12:20
105 ANJOE RESURRECCION 13:14:04
106 SUSAN JAEL (Female) 13:14:54
107 WILNAR IGLESIA 13:14:58
108 POJIE PENONES 13:15:16
109 YVES RODIS 13:15:18
110 RANDY RUBIO 13:19:28
111 RONNEL GO 13:19:59
112 REZA TORDILLA (Female) 13:23:16
113 OSCAR ANTONIO 13:23:33
114 PEACHY TAMAYO (Female) 13:23:48
115 WILMAR PLOPINIO 13:26:08
116 GAY REDILLAS (Female) 13:27:30
117 ADRIAN LIM 13:31:52
118 ARCHY IMPERIAL 13:32:46
119 ERNESTO BADONG 13:35:58
120 DALE PRADO 13:39:21
121 NOEL RABE 13:42:49
122 ALMAR DANGUILAN 13:48:02
123 JONAS NAGARIO 13:48:51
124 MARKNEIL GONZALES 13:48:52
125 JERRY BRIONES 13:51:07
126 JOESSE DELANTAR 13:52:41
127 ARTHUR RYAN DOLINA 13:52:42
128 JERVIS ANGAY 13:52:44
129 HARRY DURUIN 13:54:36
130 OLIVER DE GUZMAN 13:54:57
131 CHRISTIAN RABE 13:56:31
132 NEIL CANICULA 13:58:21
133 ADRIAN AQUINO 13:59:35
134 GUNTHER BENITO 14:00:00
135 JEROME BAHOY 14:00:58
136 WILLIAM MARINO 14:01:30
137 ALDRIN AGUALLO 14:06:10
138 ELMER MECEDA 14:09:06
139 ANGELICA LEYSA (Female) 14:10:13
140 EDMUNDO TAM II 14:12:46
141 PAUL GIDEON MENDOZA 14:18:08
142 PROSPERO IBARDALOZA 14:21:08
143 JUNAR LAYUG 14:21:21
144 SIMPLICIO TIRONES JR. 14:25:24
145 JOHN PATRICK DELA PAZ 14:25:59
146 JONATHAN MOLETA 14:26:54
147 ALLEN GASPAR 14:28:59
148 JONLY SABARICOS 14:29:00
149 LAURICE ROGEL (Female) 14:29:33
150 MA. JEAN BENITO (Female) 14:29:51
151 RUSSEL HERNANDEZ 14:30:17
152 CHONA SALVIDAR (Female) 14:40:00
153 RENZ SABINORIO 14:42:41
154 CHRISTOPHER NELSON CASULLA 14:46:34
155 GARRY ESLLER 14:46:35
156 CLEO GEVERO (Female) 14:46:36
157 RAMIE JOHN TUANDO 14:46:38
158 VICENTE CAUREZ 14:48:19
159 ROCHELLE SUMAGANG (Female) 14:48:48
160 MERWIN TORRES 14:48:49
161 JASPER RYAN OLIVETE 14:49:22
162 MARK ANTHONY DELUMEN 14:49:23
163 EDGAR CABALLERO 14:51:03
164 SIMEON MORAL 14:51:13
165 ROGER VILLAREAL 14:52:45
166 RONALDO ROBLES 14:56:14
167 VICENTE DE LIMA 14:56:51
168 RIC LOZANO 14:57:06
169 REAGAN MOLERO 14:58:35
170 LITA GERRY 14:59:06
171 PERFECTO BALANTES 15:00:17
172 YOLLY SIMPAO BARJA (Female) 15:03:26
173 ANGELO KAUFMAN 15:03:22
174 GIA ESTRELLA (Female) 15:04:15
175 ZALDY SANTILLAN 15:04:21
176 DANIEL BERSANO 15:07:05
177 IRVIN STO. TOMAS 15:07:17
178 MERLITA DUNKIN (Female) 15:09:00
179 JEROME CASTRO 15:09:02
180 GERARDINE KUN (Female) 15:20:00
181 JESUS BAYRANTE JR 15:20:12
182 MICHAEL ANGELO PANGASINAN 15:22:14
183 SAMSON SERVANO 15:30:41
184 LYRA ROSARIO (Female) 15:30:59
185 KHARL OCAMPO 15:31:00
186 ARIANNE ORTEGA (Female) 15:34:41
187 JOANNA LIU (Female) 15:35:50
188 NELSON VAL CARO JR 15:35:51
189 KHRISTIAN CALEON 15:36:00
190 STEPHANIE HEFTI (Female) 15:36:46
191 LUZEL FRANCO TIBO-OC (Female) 15:59:34
192 MARK ANTHONY TIBO-OC 15:59:35
193 WILFREDO MARQUEZ 15:59:36

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Official Result: 2nd MAYON 360 50-Mile Ultra Run

1 05 2012

4:30 AM April 21, 2012 @ Penaranda Park, Legazpi City (Albay)  

N A M E                              BIB #          T I M E

1. Albert   Omboga 22 6:33:15
2. Eliud K. Kering 50 6:44:57
3. Martin Balaybo 116 6:47:55
4. John Fred Abiner 104 6:56:30
5. Willy Rotich 31 7:20:43
6. Eduardo C. Villanueva 47 7:26:12
7. Noel Tillor 93 7:33:01
8. Joycer Lacno 43 7:39:34
9. Santiago Ducay 58 7:53:30
10. John Nino Monte 131 7:57:05
11. Jackson Chirchir 51 7:59:43
12. Janette Agura (F) 68 8:17:48
13. Alvin Luminario 70 8:19:59
14. Darry Bado 145 8:20:46
15. Ellen Tolentino (F) 115 8:26:21
16. Mark Anthony Toledo 75 8:41:44
17. Susan Chepkwony (F) 32 8:41:56
18. Luna Smith 107 9:04:26
19. Peris Poywo 46 9:04:43
20. Chito Gonzales 126 9:10:37
21. Reno Binguera 127 9:15:17
22. Salvador Nachor 60 9:20:57
23. Troy Abadeza 133 9:27:48
24. Mila Paje (F) 71 9:29:25
25. Melanie Malihan (F) 144 9:33:01
26. Arnold Tidon 95 9:40:42
27. Alipio Narciso 41 9:42:22
28. Alfred Delos Reyes 100 9:46:03
29. Randy Rubio 171 9:46:22
30. Archiet M. Pamanano 20 9:59:20
31. Cherry Palles (F) 69 10:05:07
32. Rogelio Banares 147 10:13:13
33. Emerson Gonzales 73 10:21:27
34. Roberto Abad 55 10:21:35
35. Bob Castilla 45 10:22:21
36. Olivia Dimaano-Llanillo (F) 153 10:30:16
37. Graciano Santos 1 10:41:45
38. Dante dela Cruz 79 10:41:53
39. Mark Repala 108 10:45:51
40. Mark Anthony Mercado 67 10:46:37
41. Lana Jacel Mercado (F) 66 10:46:42
42. Nonilo Onoya 48 10:54:10
43. Leo Pura 103 10:55:11
44. Eligio Boy Marifosque 172 10:56:25
45. Henry Laron 28 10:58:11
46. Mark Jay Dagat 85 10:58:38
47. Joseph G. Pineda 24 10:58:43
48. Emmanuel Nocos 56 11:03:38
49. Gil Lastares 106 11:04:37
50. Audax A. Cantero 26 11:05:20
51. Raul C.Tapia 18 11:05:25
52. Edwin Romano 112 11:07:13
53. Ian Wellington Jocom 134 11:07:15
54. Edgar Orellana 110 11:12:32
55. Jon Las Bruce 36 11:14:21
56. Brando Bueno 59 11:15:57
57. Fernando Dellomos Jr. 109 11:18:14
58. Nicolas de Leon 64 11:18:17
59. Jan Carlo Baloloy 111 11:22:12
60. Zaldy Loreno 105 11:22:55
61. Jessez Basanta 135 11:23:55
62. Roberto delos Santos 166 11:25:09
63. Ricardo Cabusao Jr 2 11:27:00
64. Simon Pavel T. Miranda 11 11:29:23
65. Leonardo Blanes Jr. 149 11:32:50
66. Aladdin Cordero 155 11:36:58
67. Ronnel Go 160 11:39:05
68. Benjamin Termulo 74 11:39:14
69. Roberto Villamor 137 11:43:39
70. Danilo Lim 78 11:44:10
71. Dapne Rose T. Codilla (F) 9 11:47:00
72. Prospero Ibardaloza Jr. 120 11:50:12
73. Eric Alzaga 98 11:50:30
74. Myron Manuel L. Nuyles 39 11:53:41
75. Jose Asis 65 11:57:49
76. Ruben Fajardo 90 11:59:00
77. Nelson Val A. Caro Jr 142 12:04:34
78. Guan Kheng Kho 94 12:05:43
79. Sherwin Botabara 29 12:09:34
80. Maximo Ancheta 146 12:12:59
81. Mateo R. Borbon Jr 44 12:13:01
82. Wilfredo Maiquez 150 12:16:38
83. Johann C. Marquez 10 12:16:40
84. Calvin John Escandor 37 12:18:34
85. Marc T. Tomas 40 12:29:24
86. Lyra Valles 80 12:30:25
87. Ernesto Venancio P. Badong 34 12:30:28
88. Orlando Payumo 152 12:32:02
89. Jorge Li 119 12:32:12
90. Alfredo Luzuriaga Jr. 114 12:32:31
91. Camilo Paran Jr. 130 12:37:34
92. Coleen Digman (F) 53 12:40:30
93. Eduardo Balcueva 57 12:42:28
94. Samuel Narcise 76 12:45:50
95. Red Samar 30 12:46:45
96. Arianne Ortega (F) 122 12:47:59
97. Stephanie Hefti (F) 13 12:50:16
98. Carlos S. Santiago 19 12:51:31
99. Arlie Escandor 63 12:57:51
100. Ronaldo Sp Robles 35 12:59:32
101. Mart Rabelas 168 13:01:41
102. Herman Garcia 138 13:09:12
103. Clark C. Llaga 49 13:13:16
104. German r. Acido Jr. 83 13:14:14
105. Marilou Ingua (F) 42 13:22:55
106. Victor Ting 77 13:23:13
107. Ernesto Abas 151 13:23:18
108. Jerome Jamili 123 13:23:20
109. Nario B. Gittabao Jr. 89 13:23:27
110. June Javier 38 13:23:30
111. Vicente Caurez 118 13:25:07
112. Joey Baladad 162 13:34:49
113. Mary Grace Lao (F) 143 13:35:58
114. Vicente M. De Lima II 33 13:39:43
115. Bing Baltazar C. Brillo 17 13:39:47
116. Adrian Anthony Q. Arcaya 8 13:41:55
117. Reynante L. Villela 86 13:45:39
118. Christian Rabe 96 13:46:33
119. Zaldy Santillan 25 13:49:35
120. Gia Estrella (F) 154 13:49:35
121. Albert Constancio Ramon Hefti III 140 13:51:06
122. Edgar de Jesus 101 14:01:18
123. Harold Lorete 156 14:06:48
124. Ofelia Lorete (F) 157 14:06:48
125. Miko Sabado 14 14:12:32
126. Lady Dianne G. Palogan (F) 12 14:12:48
127. Joseph Ligot 159 14:13:29
128. Romeo l. Garcia 82 14:15:15
129. Blas Ople 7 14:22:20
130. Janet Legaspi (F) 92 14:24:33
131. Rey Argee S. Jabonete 84 14:25:00
132. Thea Sangrador (F) 129 14:25:09
133. Daryl Q. Tabang 91 14:26:52
134. Eduardo D. Escalante 52 14:27:10
135. Mohsherwin Manangil 54 14:27:39
136. Rod Apolinar  124 14:32:00
137. Mar Marilag 163 14:32:23
138. Vivian Cerrer (F) 5 14:34:35
139. Richard Toledo 6 14:34:35
140. Alfredo R. Moral Jr 16 14:34:37
141. Audi Samar 27 14:34:42
142. Mario Honrado 128 14:36:22
143. Rogelio Regallado 148 14:36:47
144. Jenny Bave dela Cruz (F) 97 14:39:46
145. Adrian Lim 169 14:45:30
146. Bee Yen Soberano 158 14:53:00




Results: 2nd MAYON 360 50-Mile Ultra Marathon Race

22 04 2012

The following are the results of the 2nd MAYON 360 50-Mile Ultra Marathon Race held last Saturday, April 21, 2012. Please click on the link below.

Mayon 360 Race Result final corrected (1)

One Hundred Thirty Six (146) runners, out of 169 starters, finished the race within the prescribed cut-off time of 15 hours.

Congratulations to all the Finishers! Good job!





Look & Compare…The Cheapest Ultra Race!

16 02 2012

This could be the road race that you had been waiting and looking for. If you are fond of looking for cheap registration fees and want to get back what you have paid for, then this the running event that is worth every centavo of your money!

2011 Champion DOT Award For Sports Tourism

If you want to have a review about what had happened in last year’s 1st edition of the event, you can click on the following links.

https://baldrunner.com/2011/04/08/race-directors-report-1st-mayon-360-50-mile-run/

https://baldrunner.com/2011/04/03/result-1st-mt-mayon-360%c2%b0-50-mile-ultra-marathon-race/

https://baldrunner.com/2011/10/13/award-winning-ultra-run/

Nothing Beats MAYON 360 50-Mile Endurance Run that promotes Sports Tourism in the Regional as well as in the Provincial Level.

See you at the 2012 Magayon Festival!





Race Director’s Report: 1st Mayon 360 50-Mile Run

8 04 2011

4:00 AM April 2, 2011/Penaranda Park, Legazpi City

 

Event's Logo By Yves Yu

 

A Dream Race 

Yves Yu, an avid visitor of my blog and a member of the Jaycees International of Legazpi City, and I personally met during the 1st Mt Mayon Trail Run in October 2008 when I joined the said trail run. In one of our conversations, he asked and invited me to try and run the circumferential road of the Mount Mayon Volcano and be the first runner to complete and run the distance from Penaranda Park and back where I’ve started. I told him that I will be back to Legazpi City and have a try on the said run.

Fast forward. After three years such attempt to run around Mt Mayon did not materialize but the dream was still alive. When I participated in the 3rd Mt Mayon Trail Run last October 2010, Yves again reminded me about the run and I said that finally, I will be coming back soon to have a try to run the dream run.

On the early part of January this year, Yves and Provincial Board Member JP Lee had a chance to meet in Manila and we discussed about the conduct of the said event as part of Albay’s Magayon Festival. The schedule was set and the overall administration and operational needs of the event were laid out already. It was a plan which needs to be approved by the Governor of Albay, Hon Joey Salceda.

Recon Run in Legazpi City (January 25, 2011)

Although I was still recovering from my injury, I visited Legazpi City on the later part of January this year. Instead of running through the road surrounding the volcano, I opted to have a short recon run and measured the whole distance of the route while inside a vehicle. After seeing the route and scenic surrounding of the places we passed by during the recon run, I told Yves and his friends with the JCI Legazpi that the course is beautiful and challenging to ultra runners. It is doable and there is a need to implement the plan for the said race without any delay and it could be done on the first Saturday of April.

Mt Mayon & Memorial Park For The Victims of a Flood/Disaster Incident

And just like that, assignments of jobs to be done were designated to each member of the JCI Legazpi City and I was tasked to be the Race Director and have the race sanctioned by the Philippine Association of Ultrarunners (PAU). Despite the needed qualifications of runners imposed by the standards of PAU, the Race Organizers approved the implementation of such standards.

The Majestic Mt Volcano From The Oval Track of BSU

Courtesy Call To Governor Joey Salceda

While I was in Legazpi City for the recon run, the Event Organizer decided to drop by the Office of the Governor for a short courtesy call. It was my first time to meet the Governor. The planned short visit and courtesy call lasted for 2-3 hours. The casual conversations about the running event and other topics led to the approval of the budget for the said event. In short, the Mayon 360 50-Mile Ultra Marathon Race was approved as part of the Magayon Festival with the approved budget for the Cash Prizes for the winners and for the expenses needed for the logistics and mobilization of security/administrative personnel and volunteers.

Governor Joey Salceda of Albay & BR

Governor Joey Salceda simply wanted something different to happen in his province for the Magayon Festival. He knows that nobody had done such feat, to run around the most beautiful volcano in the world in 15 hours, and he knows that this is an opportunity to create awareness about ultrarunning for his province.

Vision

The Race Organizer/JCI Legazpi and I were one in coming up with such running event with the thought of not making a profit out of it. I could be corny and try to be naive but it was far from our thoughts and objectives of raising some funds from such event. The mere fact that the Provincial Government had supported the event, it was already enough to have this dream realized. The vision was to develop this sports event as part of the yearly Magayon Festival and promote “Sports Tourism” in the region.

I told Yves that if we have 70 runners, it will be a good start to create awareness about the event as it will be the first PAU-sanctioned ultra marathon race being organized by a Provincial Government outside Metro Manila. Yves understood my point as he experienced what came out with his Mt Mayon Trail Run (MTR) for the past 3 years. His races which he founded and initiated had grown in its participants through the years and runners keep on coming through the years.

I have a prediction that the Mayon 360 will be a regular ultra marathon schedule of the year where runners would train and prepare for. It will be an ultra race where the participants will be growing in numbers through the years.

Coordinating Meetings & CarboLoading/Briefing Party 

Two nights before Race Day, I joined the last coordinating meeting among the different committees involved in the said race. I was impressed on how the member-units were able to brief the whole group on their preparations and jobs to be done during the race. Different scenarios had been played and “brainstormed” by the group or committee involved in any particular situation to happen during the event. These guys were so meticulous on their preparations and I could see in their eyes the interest and drive to make this event a successful one. 

Coordination Meeting With All The Committees Involved

The CLP and Briefing was done at the Provincial Capitol Center with almost all the runners who most of them are from Metro Manila and the so-called “PAU-loyalists” and “BDM Veterans”. I was happy that these runners, although not yet fully recovered from their BDM Races, have joined this event and be a part of history in running in the Bicol Region.

Prov'l Board Member & President of League of Barangays JP Lee, BR, & Oriel Maddela/Chairman, JCI Legazpi

As the Race Director, I delivered a very detailed Briefing about the race and what the runners would expect along the route, to include the elevation and the logistics, but I did not tell them about the beauty of the scenery of their surroundings while they will be running the race. Finally, I told them that they are already part of history in this event as the first group of runners who ran around the Mt Mayon Volcano. They should not be pressured with the distance as the people of Albay will be in every Aid Station to cheer and support them in their run from Start to Finish.

Board Member JP Lee Delivering His Opening Remarks to the Guests & Runners

Runners & Guests From Metro Manila

Route of the 1st Mayon 360

Race Proper

My first frustration in directing a road race is when the scheduled time of start is not done on the dot. I have that “signature” of starting my races before or on the scheduled time of start. It is a little shy of 5 minutes after 4:00 AM that the race started after a short prayer, singing the national anthem, and a short talk from the Race Organizers. At least, the race started not more than 10 or 20 minutes from the scheduled time. I knew the runners would not notice such a little delay. 

Start of the 1st Mt Mayon 360 50-Mile Run

The communications, support, and logistics systems of the race were great and everybody was working as a team and they were very efficient. A local radio station was broadcasting a “live update” of the race from the top runners from Start to Finish. The AMA School Computer Team was also feeding a “live update” on the event’s website at http://mayon360.com with photos of finishers as they cross the Finish Line! Results of the Race were on real-time as they are posted on the website immediately. Simply great!

Mt Mayon 360 Website Picture

What is nice about an ultra marathon race is the “drama” within each runner; the “drama” among runners and competitors; and the “drama” of the runner with the challenges of the environment; the route; and the warm hospitality & appreciation you receive from the local people witnessing the event. Moreso, the interaction of the runners with those people who volunteered to make this road race an enjoyable and successful one! 

Elmer Sabal & Willy Rotich Leading The Race @ Km 25

Alley Quisay, Willy Rotich, Mario Maglinao, & Elmer Sabal @ Km 40

The “drama” on the first half of the race was the competition between our own elite runners, Elmer Sabal, Alley Quisay and Mario Maglinao with the visiting Kenyan runner, William Rotich. The four made up the frontrunners for almost 40 kilometers with each of them exchanging places from time to time, depending on the terrain of the route. At Km 41, Elmer Sabal dropped out from the race due to severe muscle cramping in his legs and declared as DNF before he rode in one of the support vehicles. From here on, it was a matter of knowing who will win as the Champion as the three of them were confident to bring home cash prizes after the said run. At Km 50, Mario and Alley were already having problems with leg cramps and they slowed down. William took advantage of the situation and started to speed up his pace towards the Finish Line. He did not look back and went alone to win the race. Mario was running 2nd place while at far back of him of about 500 meters, Alley was trailing his back.

Willy Rotich Leading The Race at Km 70

Alley Quisay Running 2nd at Km 70

The “drama” started to unfold between Mario and Alley when suddenly Mario was struck with a severe leg cramping that he had to lie down on the pavement to be given a “massage” by the Medical Team. Alley was able to pass him with 15 kilometers more to go before the Finish Line. Alley maintained his pace and he was able to create a big gap from Mario. When Mario was able to recover and started to run again, Alley was already 2-3 kilometers ahead of him. Alley won 2nd place and later, Mario arrived in 3rd place.

The Hardcores of Ultrarunning!!!

There was a “big drama” with the Women’s Division. Merlita Arias was leading for about 2 kilometers from the Kenyan runner at halfway but at Km 60, Merlita slowed down due to cramps and Poywo was able to overtake her at Km 70 and she was leading for awhile. But Merlita was able to recover and through her strong will to win the race, she placed all her efforts to regain back the first position. On the last 10 kilometers, they alternately changed positions but Merlita prevailed and she was able to lead the race until she reached the Finish Line. Poywo came in second.

Merlita Arias Dunkin @ Km 25

Peris Poywo of Kenya Having Massage & TV Interview @ Km 40

Due to unavoidable circumstances, a first-time lady ultrarunner whom I invited to join the event through the Event’s Page on Facebook got the 3rd place. Arianne Ortega was surprised when she crossed the Finish Line and declared as the 3rd top finisher among the women’s division. She joined her first ultra marathon race with the only objective to finish the race within the prescribed cut-off time of 15 hours but she got a bonus for winning a cash prize of $750.00. She was very happy and she thanked me for the invitation. Nice and happy lady!

Out of the 69 runners who started the race, 59 runners were able to cross the finish line and all of them were declared “official” finishers as they finished within the cut-off time of 15 hours. 

Mac Milan Having Massage & TV Interview at Km 40

A Typical Aid Station Along The Route

Hard-Boiled Eggs With Salt

Boiled Bananas & Massage Station at the Next Table

Sodas & Bite Foods

Awarding Ceremony

The awarding ceremony started as soon as the last runner crossed the finish line. Gov. Joey Salceda awarded the cash prizes, medals, and certificates to the top finishers (men’s and women’s). Governor Salceda was satisfied with the result and the awareness the event had created among the people of Albay. He stated in his closing message that this event will be made bigger and with more participation from international runners in the next year’s edition. Thus, this event will be a permanent activity for the Magayon Festival that will promote Sports Tourism in the Region.

Awarding Ceremony With Governor Joey Salceda

Things To Be Improved

Knowing that 85% of the runners would be coming from Metro Manila and the “usual suspects” in PAU and BDM Races, I did not strictly impose on the rules and regulations of PAU Races because I knew that such rules/regulations are already “automatic” to them. I did not realize that the local “first-time” ultra runners were not aware of such rules and regulations. We will improve on the strict implementation of the PAU/BDM Races’ rules & regulations on the future editions of this road race event. (Note: About 30+ local runners ran as “bandits” and pacers for the registered local runners)

Through my suggestion, a local Marathon (42K) race must be conducted in Albay months prior to the Magayon Festival to give a chance for the local and regional runners to qualify for the next edition of the race.

Future and Expectations 

As stated by Governor Joey Salceda in his closing remarks during the Awarding Ceremony, the ultra running event will remain as a permanent activity of the yearly Magayon Festival. It will be a bigger event where international runners will be invited and hopefully, included in the calendar of events in ultra marathon websites and Ultrarunning Magazine Online.

The involvement of the Provincial Government, League of Barangays of Albay, JCI Legazpi, and the people of the 3 cities, 7 municipalities and 77 barangays of the province will showcase the unity, warmth, hospitality, and the kindness of the populace.

This ultra marathon race must be a part of the yearly checklist of an ultrarunner!

See you next year!








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