Official Result: 1st The Great Metro Manila 100-Mile Endurance Race


1st The Great Metro Manila 100-Mile Endurance Race

Time Of Start: 1:00 AM Saturday March 21, 2015

Place Of Start: Km #0, Luneta Park, Metro Manila

Time Of Finish: 1:00 PM Sunday March 22, 2015

Place Of Finish: Philippine Army Gymnasium

Number Of Starters: 10

Number Of Finishers: 9

Cut-Off Time: 36 Hours

Percentage Of Finish: 90%

Starters With The RD @ Km #0
Starters With The RD @ Km #0

RANK                NAME                                                    TIME (Hours)

1. Lao Ogerio (Champion, Overall)————————27:49:55

2. Mark Anthony Alindada (1st Runner-Up, Overall)—28:13:16

3. Myk Dauz (2nd Runner-Up, Overall)——————30:00:14

4. Marlon Santos ——————————————-30:22:48

5. Eden Pagsolingan —————————————31:01:50

6. Ronnel Go ———————————————–31:22:17

7. Amor Gabriel ——————————————–31:22:18

8. Benedict Meneses —————————————34:48:19

9. Mark Anthony Rodica ———————————-34:51:40

Champion Lao Ogerio
Champion Lao Ogerio
9th & Last Runner Mark Anthony Rodica
9th & Last Runner Mark Anthony Rodica

Congratulations To All The Finishers!

Official Event's Logo
Official Event’s Logo

 

180 Days: Adidas KOTR; Another “Runabout”; & Others


I got my race packet for the Adidas “King of the Road” (KOTR) 21K Race last Monday. Inside the race packet is a nice and expensive Adidas runner’s singlet, a flyer for the Adidas Shoes recommended to be used in specific road race distances, and the race bib. I think I am lucky this time to get the following race number.

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187 Days: “Dirty & Noisy Manila”/”Runabout”


5:30 AM 30 September 2008

I woke up early at 5:00 AM, had my morning ritual, wore my running kit, and picked-up my The North Face Hydration Pack (where I packed my camera, cellphone, ID and cash) and I was out of my place at 5:30 AM.

I had a 3-hour “runabout” along C-5, EDSA, Buendia Avenue, Fort Bonifacio, and The Fort. I was able to cover a distance of 23.06 kilometers in 2:57:48 hours to include my time in brisk walking, crossing the road along the pedestrian lanes, climbing pedestrian overpass, eating two servings of “taho” along the way, buying Propel Vitamin Water in one of the 7/11 Stores and taking some pictures along the sidewalk of EDSA.

I had an average pace of 7.52 kms/hr; 1,597 total calories spent; total ascent of 1,128 meters and total descent of 1,118 meters. Continue reading