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Official Results: 3rd PAU 6-Hour & 12-Hour Endurance Runs

16 09 2019

PAU 6-Hour & 12-Hour Endurance Runs

Philippine Army Grandstand & Parade Ground’s Jogging Lane

5:00 AM To 5:00 PM September 15, 2019

6-Hour & 12-Hour Runs Starters

PAU 6-Hour Endurance Run

RANK    NAME        KILOMETERS

  1. Edwin Fernandez —50
  2. Mark Ebio —45
  3. Remy Caasi —40
  4. Bryan Francia —39
  5. Ranchi Alvendia —38
  6. Rose Ann Menendez —37
  7. Elena Tuñacao —36
  8. Jerard Asperin —35
  9. Rona De Queroz —34
  10. Erica Batac —33
  11. Rexie Vaflor —32
  12. Rene Gonzales —30

6-Hour Endurance Run Finishers

PAU 12-Hour Endurance Run

RANK   NAME       KILOMETERS

  1. Jubert Castor —85
  2. Ian Torres —73
  3. Cheche Magramo —72
  4. Dixie Sagusay —68
  5. Janice Reyes —67
  6. Emery Torre —65
  7. Frank Flora —61
  8. Ralph Louie Jacinto —60
  9. Jojo Arevalo —60
  10. Laico Tolentino —57

12-Hour Endurance Run Finishers

Congratulations To All The Finishers!

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Official Results: 2nd 12-Hour & 3rd 6-Hour Endurance Races

3 06 2019

2nd PAU 12-Hour & 3rd PAU 6-Hour Endurance Races

@ Philippine Army Grandstand & Jogging Lane

5:00 AM May 26, 2019

2nd PAU 12-Hour Endurance Race:

RANK      NAME          KILOMETERS

  1. Ian Christian Torres (Champion)—72
  2. Jubert Castor (1st Runner-Up)—71
  3. Vicente Zapanta Jr (2nd Runner-Up)—65
  4. Tina Aldaya (Female Champion)—59
  5. Aureo Pascua—50
  6. Kevin Lucero—45
  7. Gibo Malvar—40
  8. Laico Tolentino—37

Podium Finishers: 12-Hour Endurance Run

3rd PAU 6-Hour Endurance Race:

RANK    NAME          KILOMETERS

  1. Thomas Combisen (Champion)—56
  2. Jon Borbon (1st Runner-Up)—43
  3. Gary Mosqueda (2nd Runner-Up)—39
  4. Ale Paez—37
  5. Janice Reyes (Female Champion)—37
  6. Jerard Asperin—36
  7. Ruby Ann Angway (1st Runner-Up, Female)—34

Event Participants With The RD

Congratulations To All The Finishers!





Official Results: 1st PAU 12-Hour Endurance Run & 2nd PAU 6-Hour Endurance Run

11 03 2019

1st PAU 12-Hour Endurance Run

5:00 AM To 5:00 PM March 3, 2019 (Sunday) @ Philippine Army Parade Ground’s Jogging Lane

Number of Runners: 5

RANK      NAME          No. Of KMs

  1. Thomas Combisen—96
  2. Golden Boy Herrera—75
  3. Jonas Olandria—71
  4. Laico Tolentino—67
  5. Tina Aldaya (Female)—66

12-Hour Endurance Finishers

2nd PAU 6-Hour Endurance Run

5:00 AM To 11:00 AM March 3, 2019 (Sunday) @ Philippine Army Parade Ground’s Jogging Lane

Number of Runners: 14 

RANK     NAME            No. Of KMs

  1. JC Igos—61
  2. Ale Paez—43
  3. Leonora Ealdana (Female)—41
  4. Ronald Tayawa—41
  5. Sherwin Guansing—40
  6. Hope Brazil—39
  7. Jun Ramirez—38
  8. Genevie De Leon (Female)—37
  9. Erika Batac (Female)—35
  10. Joy Eder (Female)—34
  11. Lou Maghuyop (Female)—34
  12. Rosita Diño (Female)—31
  13. Rose Ann Menendez (Female)—28
  14. Raquel Agustin (Female)—27 

6-Hour Endurance Run Finishers

Congratulations To Everybody!

(Note: Pictures By Bong Bernadez Photography)

 

 





Official Result: 1st PAU 6-Hour Endurance Race

7 01 2019

1st PAU 6-Hour Endurance Race

5:00 AM – 11:00 AM January 6, 2019

Philippine Army Grandstand/Parade Ground’s Jogging Lane

Number of Starters: 35 Runners

Number of Finishers: 35 Runners

Percentage Of Finish: 100%

Group Picture Before The Race

RANK      NAME        KILOMETERS

  1. Thomas Combisen (Overall Champion)—65
  2. Marc Conrad Molina—60
  3. Kit Feliciano—59
  4. Remy Caasi (Female Champion)—52
  5. Ian Piza—51
  6. Emerson Nuque—48
  7. Gil Brazil—47
  8. Tushima Kumar (Female)—46
  9. Efren Olpindo—45
  10. Elle Alvarez (Female)—42
  11. Bien Alcala—42
  12. Arnold Balaba—42
  13. Dondon Talosig—41
  14. Elmer Caballes—40
  15. Laico Tolentino—40
  16. Isagani Zuñiga—39
  17. Rowena Tan (Female)—39
  18. Cecilia Lalisan (Female)—38
  19. Rey Pascua—38
  20. Ralph Louie Jacinto—38
  21. Bryan Taroma—38
  22. Jesus Arevalo—37
  23. Jonas Olandria—37
  24. Gibo Malvar—36
  25. Anna Odessa Albaracin (Female)—36
  26. Ariel Abedong—36
  27. Frank Flora—35
  28. Jonathan Moleta—35
  29. Alvin Alcantara—34
  30. Jon Borbon—32
  31. Raizza Videña (Female)—30
  32. Leo Cadiz—29
  33. Evan Cañega—28
  34. Abegail Par (Female)—26
  35. Samuel Narcise—20

Overall Champion Thomas Combisen

Female Champion Remy Caasi

Congratulations To All The Finishers!





2018 IAU 24H Asia & Oceania Championship Race Report (Repost)

7 12 2018

Repost: Copied From the Facebook Page of the International Association Of Ultrarunners (IAU)

2018 IAU 24H Asia & Oceania Championship Race Report

Japan dominated 2018 IAU 24 hour Asia & Oceania Championship. Yuri Matsumoto (219.112 km) and Yoshihiko Ishikawa (253.420 km) both from Japan took home gold medals in individual competition. They lead both teams for double gold medals at Team competition with Women aggregated result of 620.181 km and Men 752.474 km. This was fantastic event.

2018 Soochow 24H Race Group Picture (From IAU Facebook Page)

The championship took place on December 1st-2nd at Soochow University, Taipei in conjunction with the Soochow 24 Hour race, this year celebrating its 18th edition. The race was organized on 400 m track. The LOC had few international invitees for the open race. Among them was a 27 years old Ivan Penelba Lopez from Spain participating in open race who took early lead in the race. He was running superbly and managed to lead the races during entire 24 hours. Finally reaching over 258 km he was over 5 km ahead of Championship winner Yoshihiko Ishikawa (JPN). Ivan builds secured lead over the time and kept lead over the track at Soochow University.

In the Championship from early hours there were few nations running together. The majority were from Mongolia, Japan and Australia. After 6 hour in the lead we had 3 runners from Mongolia and Japan, 2 from Australia and India. All of them being within 4 km distance. Slowly over time stinging was changing in favour of runners from Japan, Australia and India. However other runners kept very good pace. After 12 hours in top 5 we had 3 runners from Japan and one form Australia and India.

Top 5 men after 12H

  • NARAKI, Toshiro (JPN) 135.600 km
  • ISHIKAWA, Yoshihiko (JPN) 133.600 km
  • TAKAHASHI, Nobuyuki (JPN) 131.200 km
  • THWAITES, Michael (AUS) 128.400 km
  • HOSAHALLI NARAYANA, Ullas (IND) 125.947 km

It was very similar in women competition. Runners from Mongolia had a very strong opening but after 12 hours we did not have as strong domination as in men field. There were two ladies from Japan, one from Australia, New Zealand and Mongolia.

Top 5 women after 12H

  • HAYVICE, Fiona (NZL) 121.481 km
  • AOTANI, Mizuki (JPN) 120.000 km
  • JONES, Tia (AUS) 118.227 km
  • GANBAATAR, Uugantuya (MGL) 118.175 km
  • MATSUMOTO, Yuri (JPN) 116.800 km

The next few hours settle the standing in both competitions. Men field was led by 3 Japanese where in women Tia Jones from Australia was leading the pack. It was not over yet, especially in women competition as after 18 hours there were only few meters difference between Tia (AUS) and Fiona Hayvice (NZL) and least than 1.5 km among all top 4 ladies.

2018 Soochow 24H Event’s Running Picture (From IAU Facebook Page)

When we were getting closed to the end it was more and more exciting as all top runners were in striking distance from each other especially in women competition. In the last 3 hours Yuri from Japan joined the battle with Tia from Australia over 1st place. There was only 600 m difference between both ladies.

In men competition Yoshihiko from Japan has a solid lead of 5.6 km over second teammate Nobuyuki. Ullas from India was just 140m behind second place and it was still 2.5h to go. Finally the standing remains unchanged for men but all three were close to each other and over 250 km.

In women competition Yuri final manage to build a gap and secure gold medal. Second place after a long lead and battle went to Tai from Australia and bronze to Aiko from Japan.

Individual results

Men

  1. ISHIKAWA, Yoshihiko (JPN) 253.420 km
  2. TAKAHASHI, Nobuyuki (JPN) 252.301 km
  3. HOSAHALLI NARAYANA, Ullas (IND) 250.371 km
  4. NARAKI, Toshiro (JPN) 246.753 km
  5. HORSBURGH, Ewan (AUS) 235.771 km

Women

  1. MATSUMOTO, Yuri (JPN) 219.112 km
  2. JONES, Tia (AUS) 218.177 km
  3. KANEMATSU, Aiko (JPN) 212.700 km
  4. HAYVICE, Fiona (NZL) 202.320 km
  5. TUFFERY, Dawn (NZL) 202.041 km

Team Results:

Men

  1. Japan 752.474 km
  2. Australia 675.354 km
  3. India 645.936 km

Women

  1. Japan 620.818 km
  2. Australia 599.654 km
  3. New Zealand 563.443 km

This is a great opportunity to thank LOC, Chinese Taipei Federation, other involved for hosting great continental championship.

Jacek Bedkowski

IAU Director of Communication








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