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Alaska World Milk Day Run 2015 Race Maps


Here are the race maps I made for the Alaska World Milk Day Run 2015.  You can participate in any of the five race categories which are available in the Manila leg (SM Mall of Asia grounds), while the Baguio, Cebu and Davao fun runs will only have the 3KM distance.

Register here to join this fun run event for the whole family:

On-line: http://alaskaworldmilkday.com/registration/



Race Routes:















Race Shirt Design:




World Vision Run 2015 – The Difference Is LOVE

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Event Date: Sunday, 21 June 2015

Time:   3:00am to 9:30am

Race Organizer:   RunRio Inc.

Start & End Point:   Seaside Blvd.

Beneficiary:  World Vision Child Sponsorship Program

Registration:   https://regonline.activeglobal.com/Register/Checkin.aspx?EventID=1706429

Different people have various reasons for running.
And we all expect different results:
Some run to be in shape — the means to achieve fitness goals;
Some run for good health. — the secret to long life and vitality;
Some run for the fun of it — the perfect bonding activity with family and friends.
We may run for different reasons, but this time, we will all run to make a difference.

At World Vision Run 2015, the reasons you run are countless, and just as priceless.
When you run, it shows you care that children enjoy:
a sip of clean water, where there was once dirty;
a healthy child in a community where death and disease were once commonplace;
a vibrant classroom, in a village where schools used to not exist; and
a future that overflows with promise and hope.

You are running so that more children can make huge strides towards a brighter future. Because when you run for World Vision, you make a difference.

And that difference, is love.











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Ironman 70.3 Champion Inspirational Running video

Augusto Benedicto was once a vendor. He had a dream. And now, he is already a renowned Elite Triathlete having won several major races including the Cobra Ironman 70.3 2012 and 2014 as a Champion.

Jr. NBA and Jr. WNBA Mania Regional Selection Camp Results

Here’s the list of kids who qualified at the last Jr.NBA/Jr.WNBA Mania Regional Selection Camp held last April 11-12, 2015 at the PICC Forum.
11 Boys:
1. Stacey Tibayan (Manila)
2. Ernest John Felicilda (CDO)
3. Russelle Andrew C. Dominguez (Rizal)
4. Jac Inigo Macasaet (Baguio)
5. Kai Zachary Sotto (Manila)
6. Edrian Custodio (Paranaque)
7 Previn Competente (Manila)
8. Ren Gabriel D. Reyes (Batangas)
9 Jesse Adrian F. Intega (Manila)
10. Christian Allen G. Vergara (Las Pinas)
11. Vehnjo Maximo (Manila)
6 Girls:
1. Michaela Pentecostes (Makati)
2. Kyla Flores (Paranaque)
3. Akemi Marteja (Paranaque)
4. Christine Jazz Unqui
5. Nelia Jean David (Manila)
6. Stephanie Villapando (Laguna)

The National Training Camp is the high point of the Jr. NBA/Jr. WNBA program where ten Jr. NBA and five Jr. WNBA standouts will be named as the 2015 Jr. NBA/Jr. WNBA All-Stars and a Coach of the Year will be chosen.

All the best players from each region will pitted their skills and the ways in which they express the STAR values during the three-day boot camp that will prepare them to be exceptional athletes and total persons on and off the court.

The Jr. NBA/Jr. WNBA program, is free for boys and girls across all stages – from the school and open clinics, through the Regional Selection Camps, the National Training Camp and the NBA Experience.

Event Photos:

Video: Why do I run?

We all have our own reasons on why we run. It could be for health, for fitness, or even just for fun!

Here’s a day in the life of Brooks Running celebrity athlete, Benjamin Alves, as he shares how running fuels him to do better throughout the day.

Know more about Benjamin and what gets him more and more excited to run. Enjoy this video!

Jr. NBA and Jr. WNBA Regional Selection Camp in Baguio City Concluded with Surprising Turn-outs

Young players Magnus Gabriel  Ines, Manuel Andray Ober, Christian Allen Magno, Jan Zyrus De Ayre, Christine Angela Venterez, Kristine Cayabyab, and Rosemarie Delos Santos were selected to join the Jr. NBA/Jr WNBA National Training Camp in Manila.

Young players Magnus Gabriel Ines, Manuel Andray Ober, Christian Allen Magno, Jan Zyrus De Ayre, Christine Angela Venterez, Kristine Cayabyab, and Rosemarie Delos Santos were selected to join the Jr. NBA/Jr WNBA National Training Camp in Manila.

Seven out of 295 young basketball players in Baguio City and nearby provinces were selected 15th of March 2015 to join the National Training Camp in Manila on April 11-12, 2015.

The stringent selection process was held in St. Louis University Laboratory High School, Baguio City by Jr. NBA/Jr. WNBA evaluation committee headed by PBA legend, Coach Rodney Santos.

Some participants were anxious while some were excited during the registration as well as during the announcement of who will be chosen among the 295 players. It was a surprise also for the coaches that they attracted 24 girl participants to join the selection.

An awesome experience to witness these aspiring kids, some with accompanying parents supporting them, trying to get a slot in a level-up training camp in Manila come next month.

Christine Angela Venterez, 13, of Baguio National High School; Christine Cayabyab, 14, of Judge Jose De Venecia Sr. Memorial National High School, Dagupan City and Rose Marie de los Santos, 13, of St. Albert the Great School, Dagupan City will be the Jr. WNBA representatives for North Luzon in the National Training Camp.

Jan Zyrus De Ayre, 13, of Berkeley School, Baguio; Magnus Gabriel Ines, 13, of St. Louis University Laboratory High School, Baguio; Christian Allen Magno, 14, of St. Albert the Great School, Dagupan and Manuel Andrey Ober, 13, of Dagupan City National High School are the region’s Jr. NBA representatives to the National Training Camp.

Day 1 Photos

Jr. NBA / Jr. WNBA team from the Philippines joined their foreign counterparts in Beijing last year where they got the chance to watch an NBA game and meet up close some of its celebrity players like Yao Ming.

Alaska is really helping the country grow a nation of champions by providing world-class sports training, as great things were imparted to these young ballers by their coaches. They didn’t just acquired physical skills in the sport, but mentally, the importance of attitude, discipline, sportsmanship, teamwork, and respect were instilled on them.

Day 2 Photos

For more information about Jr. NBA / Jr. WNBA presented by Alaska, visit its pages at:





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