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Under Armour Kicks Off Limited 100 pairs of Curry One in PH

Under Armour Kicks Off Limited 100 pairs of Curry One in PH
After much anticipation, Under Armour will finally unveil Curry One in the Philippines, the first signature shoe of NBA superstar Stephen Curry, releasing only 100 limited pairs in the market.
The Curry One was launched worldwide on February 15, 2015 at UA.com and selected global trailers, and will be released in the Philippine market on February 28, 2015. Curry One shall only have 100 limited pairs coming this end of February so those who don’t want to miss this big surprise may visit selected Titan stores and NBA flagship store in Glorietta,which will retail for Php 7995. The soon to open Under Armour Brand House in UP Town Center shall exclusively offer to the first 18 fans to have the said Curry One. Something more exciting also awaits fans as Curry One will also launch a collection of apparel and accessories this year. 
This is a big grab for all the Stephen Curry’s fans out there, as well as NBA and basketball-lovers so don’t miss this big chance. But more than that, there’s a lot more reason why you shouldn’t miss this limited offer.
Unveiling the Curry One Innovation
The shoe was inspired by Stephen’s humble beginnings to being one of the undisputable NBA superstar players of his generation, which have defined his path on his basketball career.The shoe’s innovative features reflect Stephen’s style of play as well as his drive to be the best on this craft. Curry One highlights its precise and sharp design lines, showcasing the advancement it has gone through that will benefit every performance.
With this big surprise, Curry One’s technology has been engineered with the best features that will surely be one of the reasons to be excited about. Two new innovations, Charged Cushioning and Anafoam, provide the most “unguardable” playebrwith performance benefits that his game demands.With this, fans will now have more reasons to enjoy their all-time favorite game.
For ultimate advancement in energy, the shoe’s Charged Cushioning provides system absorption impact and converts it into a responsive burst to give your first step and change of direction unmatched explosiveness.
Another innovatiove feature of Curry One is its Anafoam,  which is a combination of EVA foam and mesh to anatomically fit essential pressure points to support the foot during a game. Additional performance benefits of this feature includes:
• An external heel counter that eliminates sliding and keeps your foot locked in place.  
• A midfoot TPU shank underfoot for maximum stability. 
• A multi-directional herringbone outsole delivering superior traction and control. 
 A padded mesh tongue with synthetic suede offering protection and increased breathability.
Since Curry One was inspired by Stephen’s journey on and off the court, each of its colorway tells their own story about him. The Curry One “Home” features a Royal upper with Taxi and White accents, while Curry One “Away” has a black upper with Taxi accents and a Camo print. The “Home” and “Away” colorways represent his love for the Bay area, his team and their fans.
Addition to the colorways collection are “The Underdog”, “Candy Reign”, and “Father to Son”, which tell their own unique stories that define Stephen as a husband, father, son, brother and on-court game-changer.
Curry One_Home
For more details about the Curry One, visit underarmour.com.ph or follow @UABasketball, underarmourph & underarmourSEA on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. You can also visit UA.com/CurryOne for more information.

Run for your Life 2 – Run for a cause


Run for your Life 2 aims to raise funds to financially aid scholars of Ateneo School of Medicine and Public Health (ASMPH). This fund raising event will help academically excellent but financially needy scholars stay in school and make a difference in improving the health systems and lives of people in the Philippines.

Event Name    :   Run for Your Life 2

Event Date  :   March 1, 2015, Sunday

Race Organizer     :  Runrio, Inc.

Target Participants  :    1,000-1,500 registered runners

Start & End Point  :   Ateneo de Manila University

Distance  :  500m/ 3km / 5km / 10km / 16km

Timing System    :    Barcode


Registration Fees and Race Kit Inclusions:



  • Registration is ongoing until Feb. 23, 2015 for in-store and online.
  • Registration sites: Toby’s SM North, Toby’s SM MOA and RUNNR BGC
  • Ateneo de Manila University Chemistry Dept.
  • Ateneo Medical School in Ortigas (next to TMC)
  • On-site registration on race day March 1 from 1-3am


















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SKYathon 2015, Boracay Islands


Sky-athon 2015 Boracay Beach Run

Saturday, April 25, 2015 5:00 AM9:00 AM

Epic, Boracay, Aklan, Philippines


Race Category Race Inclusions / Claiming
After Race Price
10k Tattoo, Singlet, Tri-tag Ipico Card

Claiming on April 24, 2015 (EPIC BORACAY)

Finisher’s Medal Certificate Lootbag P750
10k with obstacle P750
5k P600
5k with obstacle P600


Race Category Assembly Time Gun Time
10k 5:00AM 6:00AM
10k with obstacle
5k 6:15AM
5k with obstacle

7-Eleven Run 1500


Run1500 poster

7-Eleven will be holding RUN 1500 this coming March 15, 2015, the latest installation to its successful Run series.

The first ever 7-Eleven fun run, RUN 800, was held last 2012, and attracted over 10,000 participants. It was then followed by RUN 1000 and attracted close to 18,000 runners and was the largest paid race in the country in 2014. Traditionally, the 7-Eleven Run Series is also held to celebrate store opening milestones: RUN 800 to celebrate 800 stores in the Philippines, RUN 1000 to celebrate 1000 stores and this year, RUN 1500 in anticipation of opening its 1,500th store in the country.

What’s New?

RUN 1500 promises to be bigger and better, featuring new categories as well as new venue partners, Skyway and Filinvest City.

Now a full marathon, the race now includes a 42KM category, a 10KM buddy run and a 500M fun run for kids. Runners joining the 10KM, 16KM, 21KM, 42KM categories and 10KM Buddy Run will enjoy the course set along the Skyway. Those joining the 500M, 3KM and 5KM categories can look forward to an organized race course in Filinvest City.

What to Expect?

People can enjoy a fun, organized race made more convenient with 7-Eleven’s system. Runners can easily register online and pay at the nearest 7-Eleven store and claim their race kits there.

The registration system also allows participants to choose their wave starts to allow them to run with those of the same skill or speed, or with friends or family.

Race Categories, Fees and Inclusions

Registration Fees

All finishers in each category will receive finisher shirts and medals. Top 3 for each category will also receive cash prize.

APPROVED 711 run 1k finishers shirt vr6

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Cash Prizes


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Loot Bag

Loot Bag

Another tradition in the 7-Eleven Run Series is to give Filipino runners opportunities to be more competitive. Each Run, 7-Eleven sends top Filipino placers of the 21K category to represent 7-Eleven Philippines and compete in an international marathon, all expenses paid.

7-Eleven Run Series winners have been sent to the Angkor Wat International Half Marathon in Cambodia and Seoul Race in South Korea where Pinoy pride was well represented. Following in the footsteps of Janette Agura (2nd place winner in Angkor Wat), were our RUN 1000 delegates who dominated the Seoul Race last 2014. Mary Joy Tabal, won 1st  place in the women’s 21KM, while Mario Maglinao and Elmer Sabal won 1st and 3rd place, respectively for the men’s category.

Angkor Wat International Marathon winner RUN1000 SEOUL RACE WINNERS

This year, 7-Eleven will be sponsoring the top 3 Filipino males and females of 21KM and 42KM to join the Laguna Phuket International Marathon in Thailand.

Join Now!

Runners can expect tons of fun and freebies at the event, thanks to 7-Eleven’s generous event partners.

Register online at http://www.run711.com/ and pay the fees at any 7-Eleven store within 24 hours. Registration is until February 23, 2015 only!

7-Eleven Run 1500 is in partnership with Skyway and Filinvest City and is brought to you by: Safeguard, Selecta, Pocari Sweat, Gatorade, Nature’s Spring, Del Monte, Powerade, Bacchus, and 7-Connect, official footwear and apparel sponsor, Saucony and media partners: Solar Sports, CNN Philippines, and WhenInManila.com

Like 7-Eleven Run Series for updates: www.facebook.com/run711  and remember to use the hashtag #711Run1500!


Now on its third year, PhilHealth Run 2015!

Register now and join this fun run while at the same time help fund GRACES (formerly Golden Acres), a home for the elderly. Big chunk of your registration fee ‘contribution’ can go a long way to sustain the needs of senior citizens under GRACES.



Fun Run 150.00 Race Kit (race bib,  route map, safety pin)
3K 400.00 Singlet, Race Kit (race bib,  route map, safety pin)
5K 600.00 Timing Chip, Singlet, Race Kit (race bib, route map, safety pin)
10K 750.00 Timing Chip, Singlet, Race Kit (race bib, route map, safety pin)
20K 900.00 Timing Chip, Singlet, Race Kit (race bib, route map, safety pin)


Local Health Insurance Offices (LHIO)  DIRECTORY


Monday to Friday, 8am to 5pm


LHIO PASIG Ground floor, DAP Bldg., San Miguel Ave., Pasig City. 477-6805 / 477-6807 Gena ReyesAmy Carabaca
LHIO MAKATI 337 ITC Bldg., Jupiter St. cor., Reposo St., Makati City 897-1598 / 899-4506 Aristeo PalinesFilipinas San Victores
LHIO LAS PINAS #471 Editha Bldg., Alabang – Zapote Rd. Las Piñas City 556-5687 / 556-5685 Michael Angelo YangErnie Tambunting
SM AURA BUSINESS CENTER 7th Floor Room 1 Philhealth Business Center, SM Aura Tower, BGC Taguig City 531-6730 / 531-6729 Danieth GonzalesDexter Sultan
LHIO – QC F. R. Estuar Bldg. #880 Quezon Ave., Q.C. 332-1557 Gelver VenturaJuvelene Portillano
LHIO-RIZAL The Brick Road, Sta. Lucioa East Grand Mall, Marcos Hi-way cor. Felix Ave., Cainta, Rizal 646-7512 Allan PaguioRona DeVera
LHIO-CALOOCAN G/F REMCOR Industrial & Manufacturing Corporation 357 10th Ave., cor. B. Serrano Street, Grace Park, Caloocan City 3650464/3652014 Ophelia CapulongAbner Duron
LHIO – MANDALUYONG #94 Liberty Bldg. Boni Ave., COR P. Cruz St., Brgy. San Jose, Mandaluyong City 5320968/5321905 John Michael SentinaNiña Cristina Villanueva
POEA BFO Bldg. Ortigas Ave., cor EDSA, Mandaluyong City 7219414/7255178
LHIO-MANILA 1810 JARS Bldg. J.P. Laurel St., San Miguel Manila 5266344/5237039 Cathrina CuasayEr John Delos Reyes


  1. 3K Quezon Memorial Circle Commonwealth Entrance – Commonwealth Avenue – U-Turn in front of Central Avenue  –  back to  Quezon Memorial Circle Commonwealth Entrance


  1. 5K Quezon Memorial Circle Commonwealth Entrance – Commonwealth Avenue – U-Turn in front of Luzon Avenue – back to Quezon Memorial Circle Commonwealth Entrance


  1. 10K Quezon Memorial Circle Commonwealth Entrance – Commonwealth Avenue – U-Turn in front of Meralco Commonwealth – back to Quezon Memorial Circle Commonwealth Entrance
  1. 20K Quezon Memorial Circle Commonwealth Entrance – Commonwealth Avenue –  Right turn going Constitution Hill Road – Right turn going to Commonwealth Avenue –  U-Turn at Regalado Avenue – back to Quezon Memorial Circle Commonwealth Entrance


Starting November 7, 2014 participants can register at any LHIOs or on-line through our website and shall pay the corresponding registration fee to any Philhealth Local Health Insurance Offices (LHIOs).




PhilHealth Run 2015 singlet design



Phlhealth run race info sheet 3K



Phlhealth run race info sheet 5K



Phlhealth run race info sheet 10K



Phlhealth run race info sheet 20K



Philhealth Run Parking Areas

Philhealth Run Traffic Advisory 4ft x 8ft

Race Rules and Regulations


  1. All participants must wear their assigned race bib pinned on the front of their singlet/shirt at all times from the time that they enter the runners’ corral until the time they reach the finish line.


  1. The race will employ the highest form of sportsmanship and fairplay. Any form of disrespect (cuss words or abusive language, deliberate spitting towards anybody, profane gestures, or the like) and/or acts of violence – as reported by a race judge, race marshal, or an organizing team member – against fellow race participants and to any member of the organizing committee shall be penalized with automatic disqualification.


  1. Except on the immediate island of the road included on the race route, race participants caught deviating from the race route/taking short cuts/exchanging their race bibs with another runner will automatically be disqualified from the race.


  1. Race participants in all race categories must be wearing the specifically assigned colored string/s, to be handed at designated spot along the course, upon crossing the finish line. Runners crossing the Finish Line without the accurate/complete colored string/s will be considered as DNF (did not finish).


  1. Any means or attempt to gain an unfair advantage such as elbowing, pushing, or deliberate tripping a fellow race participant is another ground for disqualification.


  1. Should a runner make a protest, s/he must put it in writing & submit the written protest to the Race Organizer within thirty (30) minutes of the announcement of the official race winners. A protester is also required to pay a P500 protest fee for every written protest submitted.


  1. All participants must reach the Finish Line by 8:30am in order to have their respective times included in the race results.


  1. The decision of the Race Organizer is final.
  1. Official time of all finishers will be published (on-line) a week after the race.



GRACES is a residential care facility that provides care to male and female senior citizens 60 years old and above which is being managed by the DSWD-NCR. The services of the facility include:

Social Services:

  • Provision of comprehensive and integrated delivery of rehabilitation services using inter-disciplinary approach
  • Preparation for the re- integration of the older person to his/ her family or relatives or alternative caring institution/family
  • Coordination with LGUs, GOs and NGOs for resources and services needed

Residential Care Services:

  • Provision of comfortable living quarters, adequate food, clothing, and beddings to approximate family life

Occupational Therapy Services:

  • Provision of varied occupational and recreational activities that aims to enhance the resident’s vocational skills and capacity to earn.
  • Health and Medical Services:
  • Provision of consultation, treatment and referral for physical and psychiatric examination to promote physical, psychological and mental well- being of the residents.

Dietary Services:

  • Provision of appropriate meals to meet the needs of the residents.
  • Socio- Recreational Services:
  • Provision of activities and opportunities for social interaction, relaxation and fun among residents
  • Spiritual Service:
  • Provision of varied spiritual activities aimed at strengthening the resident’s faith and relationship with GOD.

Jr. NBA and Jr. WNBA Presented by Alaska returns for the 8th consecutive year


Carlo Singson, NBA Asia Country Manager for the Philippines and Wilfred Steven Uytengsu, Jr., President and CEO, Alaska Milk Corporation, during the presentation of Jr.NBA/Jr.WNBA.


Alaska continues their partnership with Jr. NBA and Jr. WNBA this year to nurture young boys and girls, become better individuals and encourage them to embrace a healthy lifestyle not just by drinking milk but also by leading an active lifestyle through sports. Last January 24, 2015 at the British School Manila, Bonifacio Global City, Philippine Basketball Association All-Star player and coach Jeff Cariaso has announced his return to Alaska to help the next generation of young and aspiring basketball players realize their dreams. Become an inspiring athlete too and join Alaska’s sports programs now! NUTRITION. ACTION. CHAMPION.

For general information about Jr. NBA and Jr. WNBA Philippines please visit www.jrnba.asia/philippines; Alaska Milk Corporation visit www.alaskamilk.com; Alaska Basketball Power Camp visit www.alaskapowercamp.com/basketball and for live Twitter updates follow @ALASKAsportshub #JrNBA #JrWNBA


10-time PBA All-Star returns to Alaska as Basketball Director for Alaska Basketball Powercamp, Jr. NBA and Jr. WNBA programs

At the 2015 Jr. NBA and Jr. WNBA Presented by Alaska Tip-Off, Jan. 24, at the British School Manila, Bonifacio Global City, Philippine Basketball Association All-Star player and coach Jeff Cariaso has announced his return to Alaska to help the next generation of young and aspiring basketball players realize their dreams. The launch was led by Alaska Milk President and CEO Fred Uytengsu, NBA Country Manager for the Philippines Carlo Singson and Alaska Milk VP for Marketing Blen Fernando.

“This feels like a homecoming for me because I’ve always been proud to be part of Alaska. My job right now is to find the best basketball players for boys and girls around the country and help them develop to their full potential not just as players but also as persons and productive members of the community,” said Cariaso.

Cariaso started his 15-year career in PBA after he was drafted sixth overall by Alaska in 1995 where he also took the Rookie of the Year award that year. On his 2nd year in the league, he achieved a rare Grand Slam with the Aces. When Jeff rejoined Alaska Aces in 2004, he was team captain for six years before announcing his retirement in 2010 after playing 15 seasons in the league.

From being a 10-time PBA All-Star, 2003 PBA All-Filipino Finals MVP and 2002 PBA All Filipino Best Player of the Conference, Cariaso began his transition to becoming a coach in 2011.



Cariaso returned home to Alaska this year to as Basketball Director for Alaska Basketball Powercamp and Jr. NBA and Jr. WNBA under Alaska’s NUTRITION. ACTION. CHAMPION. Program to help aspiring young players achieve their full potential. He will travel around the country together with the other coaches to conduct school clinics for coaches and players during the regional selection camps. They will also teach not just the basics of the sport but also STAR values of Sportsmanship, Teamwork, (positive) Attitude, and Respect. These activities will culminate in the National Training Camp at the SM Mall of Asia where the 2015 Jr. NBA and Jr. WNBA all-star teams and national coaches are named.

The players and coaches will then have an experience of a lifetime when they go on a trip to watch an NBA game and meet NBA players. Last year, the Jr. NBA and Jr. WNBA teams flew to Beijing, China to meet basketball legend Yao Ming and played friendly basketball games with other all-stars teams from Southeast Asia.

Young boys and girls will learn positive values as they as they showcase their basketball skills with athletes of the same age (10 to 14) through the Jr. NBA and Jr. WNBA. Alaska promotes a healthy lifestyle, especially among children, through regular sports activities and proper nutrition.

According to the 7th National Nutrition Survey of the Food and Nutrition Research Institute and the Department of Health, obesity is increasing with nearly two out 10 children considered as overweight. Under-nutrition is also a public health concern.

Alaska provides proper nutrition through its Alaska Chocolate Powdered Milk Drink, which contains essential nutrients that help children reach their full growth potential.

With Alaska as presenting partner, the Jr. NBA and Jr. WNBA program has reached thousands of schools and communities nationwide and benefited thousands of young boys and girls, parents, and coaches through basketball training camps and school clinics.

The Jr. NBA/Jr. WNBA program for 2015 will definitely be exciting with Coach Jeff on board in helping our future athletes realize their dreams. Encourage your children to go out and play!

For general information about Jr. NBA and Jr. WNBA Philippines please visit http://www.jrnba.asia/philippines; Alaska Milk Corporation visit http://www.alaskamilk.com; Alaska Basketball Power Camp visit


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