WHAT: The Great UP Run 2019
DISTANCES: 3K, 5K, 10K, 21K
WHEN: August 11, 2019
WHERE: University of the Philippines, Diliman, Quezon City Campus
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June 10-July 29
July 23-August 10 &
- Olympic Village
- Fairview Terraces
- Market Market
- Alabang Town Center
- UP DILIMAN
- College of Human Kinetics
INAUGURAL UP RACE TO KICKSTART THE 2019 UAAP SEASON
NoWhereToGoButUP Foundation in partnership with RUNRIO Events Inc., presents the inaugural The Great UP Run to be held on August 11, at the UP Diliman, Quezon City. Designed to be an annual event, the race is set to kickstart the upcoming season of the University Athletic Association of the Philippines (UAAP).
On its first edition, the event is targeting to attract 3,000 runners participating in any of the race’s 3km, 5km, 10km or 21km categories. Also expected to take part are all U.P. Varsity athletes, U.P. Students and faculty from all campuses, the rejuvenated U. P. Alumni, and all family, friends and supporters of the UP Community.
Registered runners from all categories will receive, as part of their race kit, a singlet, a race bib, timing chip and a loot bag. Apart from these entitlements, registered 21km runners who will successfully finish the race will receive a finisher’s shirt and a finisher’s medal.
Online registration for this race has already started. Interested participants can visit the The Great UP Run page on the RUNRIO Events Inc. website (https://www.runrio.com/race/registration/the-great-up-run) to register. Online registration is available until July 29.
As the race is part of NoWhereToGoButUP’s thrust of supporting the varsity teams of the University of the Philippines, proceeds of the race fees will go to the UP Athletes through the NoWhereToGoButUP Foundation.
Race fees are Php1,100, Php800, Php700 and Php600 for the 21km, 10km, 5km and 3km categories, respectively.
The Great UP Run is a sundown race, with gun start scheduled at 4:30pm for the 21k category, 4:45pm for the 10k category, 5:00pm for the 2km category and 5:05pm for the 3km category.
All roads that form part of the race route will be partially closed during the conduct of the race but will be re-opened after the set cut-off for each race category – 4 hours after the official race start for the 21km category, 2 hours for the 10km category and 1 hour for the 5km category.
Top race category winners will receive awards from the organizers and its sponsors. Right after the awards ceremony, as a kickoff to Season 82, Nowheretogobutup Foundation will be holding a concert featuring homegrown UP artists.
For more details about this race, visit https://www.runrio.com/race/the-great-up-run or check out the RUNRIO Facebook page.
“ONE TEAM, ONE NATION, GO PHILIPPINES!”
“Since 1974, the National MILO® Marathon has energized champions and continues to inspire millions more in what is now known as the biggest, grandest and most prestigious running event in the country. Winners, crowned MILO® Marathon King and Queen, are granted the privilege to represent the country in top international marathon events. Participants from all walks of life are able to help inspire underprivileged children to reach for their dreams through the HELP GIVE SHOES advocacy. Decade after decade, the National MILO®Marathon will always help the Filipino people in building a nation of champions.” ( Source: https://www.milo.com.ph/events/milomarathon# )
Starting July 14, 2019 up to the National Finals on January 19, 2020, the National Milo Marathon, now on it’s 42nd year, will again fill the roads all over the country for the fulfillment of One Team, One Nation, Go Philippines! goal.
MILO encourages the entire nation, to rally the Filipino athletes competing in the Philippines’ hosting of the 2019 Southeast Asian Games, also known as SEA Games. Part of the Philippine contingent is 6 time consecutive National Milo Marathon Queen, Mary Joy Tabal, who continue to bring pride to our country. She also used to participate in other MILO programs at a younger age where she was able to strengthen her values in pursuing her ambitions such as discipline, confidence, and teamwork.
Serious runners still have a little over a month to train and compete for their chosen distance while runners for fun and physical activity are already planning to participate in this race event of all ages. This also serves as a venue for bonding with family and friends, as well as an opportunity for cheer leading performers from different schools to show their skills and compete in one of the side events.
|(Standard) Registration Entry Fees:|
|Entry fees for Provincial Races:|
|21-K Half Marathon Qualifying Race||P 1,000.00|
|10-K Run||P 900.00|
|3-K / 5-K Fun Run (Adults)||P 160.00|
|3-K / 5K Fun Run (Students)||P 110.00|
|Entry fees for Metro Manila Races:|
|42.195-K Qualifying Race||P 1,100.00|
|21-K Half Marathon Qualifying Race||P 1,000.00|
|10-K Run||P 900.00|
|3-K / 5-K Fun Run (Adults)||P 160.00|
|3-K / 5K Fun Run (Students)||P 110.00|
ASSEMBLY TIME AND GUN START
*P10 from the registration fee will be donated to the “HELP GIVE SHOES” advocacy.
NOTE: REGISTRATION IS ON A FIRST-COME FIRST-SERVED BASIS. PARTICIPANTS SHOULD WEAR THEIR MILO® MARATHON MARATHON SINGLETS & RACE NUMBERS DURING THE RACE OR THEY WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO RUN.
RACE KIT AND FINISHER’S ENTITLEMENTS
The country’s go-to convenience chain, 7-Eleven, officially marked its seventh year of promoting health among its consumers through a fun-filled sports and wellness activity, the 7-Eleven Run.
7-Eleven Run 2019 brought together professional and recreational runners from different parts of the country into a nationwide gathering, where they showcased their love for the sport while spending time with friends and family. The event took place in Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao last February 3, 2019.
This is the second year that the company held the 7-Eleven Run simultaneously throughout the country. In 2018, over 25,000 participants joined the event as they vied for a podium finish.
Races were held at Filinvest City, Alabang, Cebu Business Park, and SM Davao. The race in Manila and Cebu both had 10 different categories that catered to all types of runners: 500M, 3K, 5K, 5K Buddy, 10K, 10K Buddy, 16K, 21K, 32K, and 42K. On the other hand, the race in Davao, had only 9 categories, excluding 500M.
The overall top 3 Filipino winners from the 42K, 32K, and 21K categories will be participating at the Phuket International Marathon in Thailand from June 7 to 10, 2019.
42K CATEGORY WINNERS:
|42K MALE||OFFICIAL TIME||42K FEMALE||OFFICIAL TIME|
|1st: Bryan Quiamco (Davao)||2:39:43||1st: Maricar Camacho (Manila)||3:20:05|
|2nd: Anthony Nerza (Manila)||2:40:16||2nd: April Rose Diaz (Davao)
|3rd: Richeel Languido (Davao)||2:43:08||3rd:Cinderella Lorenzo (Manila)
|32K MALE||OFFICIAL TIME||32K FEMALE||OFFICIAL TIME|
|1st: Azlan Pagay (Cebu)||1:56:53||1st: Ruffa Sorongon (Cebu)||2:22:01|
|2nd: Rafael Poliquit (Cebu)||1:57:56||2nd: Raterta Luisa (Manila)||2:25:31|
|3rd: Joerge Andrade (Manila)||1:59:11||3rd: Jocelyn Elijeran (Manila)||2:32:08|
21K CATEGORY WINNERS:
|21K MALE||OFFICIAL TIME||21K FEMALE||OFFICIAL TIME|
|1st: Prince Joey Lee (Cebu)||1:12:22||1st: Mary Joy Tabal (Cebu)||1:24:39|
|2nd: Richard Salano (Manila)||1:13:11||2nd: Christine Hallasgo (Davao)||1:27:47|
|3rd: Jerald Zabala (Davao)||1:14:32||3rd: Christabel Martes (Manila)||1:28:48|
Unfortunately, no one was able to take home the Php 500,000 cash prize since the current Philippine National Record for the 42K category men’s (2:18:44) and women’s (2.43:00) was not broken by any of the overall top Filipino placers.
“The 7-Eleven Run series is regarded as one of the most anticipated marathons in the country today,” Jose Victor Paterno, President and CEO of Philippine Seven Corporation said. “This year, we’ve made it more interesting by adding more categories to better fit the demand of every type of enthusiast—from the recreational runner to the professional athlete. We believe that by doing a sporting event like the 7-Eleven Run, we can contribute to the growth and development of Filipino sportsmen who are well on their way to bring pride to our country.”
7-Eleven Run 2019 was held in partnership with Filinvest Alabang, Cebu Business Park, and SM City Davao. Official timing partners: Soleus and L Timestudio. Official media partners: ESPN 5, PLDT, Smart, and Cignal. Official sportswear partner: Under Armour.
The event was also brought to you by Selecta, Cornetto, Nature’s Spring, Summit, Gatorade, Del Monte, Pocari Sweat, Refresh, Kopiko 78, San Miguel Beer, Fit n’ Right, Aquafina, Pepsi, Nova, Evian, Le Minerale, Sip, Safeguard, C2, Mogu Mogu, and Magnolia.
New distances introduced in simultaneous races happening in Manila, Cebu, and Davao
Get your running gear ready as 7-Eleven officially launches the seventh year of the 7-Eleven Run Series!
Happening simultaneously in Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao on February 3, 2019, 7-Eleven Run 2019 promises to be an exciting event for both professional and recreational runners. The race was first held simultaneously in 3 locations across the country last 2018, with over 25,000 runners participating. This year promises to be even bigger, better, and more exciting. Runners can expect to see new race categories, a chance to compete in an international Asian marathon, and even have the opportunity to win P500,000 cash.
The race in Luzon will be held in Filinvest City, Alabang. The Visayas leg will be held at Cebu Business Park, while the Mindanao leg will be in SM City Davao.
This year, runners will see new distances that will challenge experienced and novice runners alike. 7-Eleven is introducing the 32K category. Runners also have other options: from a short 500 meter run for kids, a 10K buddy category, and up to a 42K full marathon.
The race in Manila and Cebu will have 10 categories that will cater to different types of runners. The categories are as follows:
- 500M kids
- 5K Buddy
- 10K Buddy
The race in Davao, on the other hand, will only have 9 categories (all except 500M).
“The 7-Eleven Run Series is one of the most anticipated marathons in our country today,” said Jose Victor Paterno, President and CEO of Philippine Seven Corporation. “We listened to our runners and added new distances like the 32K which will serve as an entry point or trial run for 42K.”
As always, 7-Eleven continues to support Filipino athletes. This year, the overall top 3 Filipino winners for 21K, 32K, and 42K will be awarded cash prizes and medals, plus a chance to join an international marathon in Asia, all expenses paid. Last year, winners of the 21K and 42K races from 7-Eleven Run Series 2018 were sent to Jeju, South Korea to compete at the 23rd Jeju International Tourism Marathon Festival where they dominated the top spots in their respective race categories.
To further encourage the spirit of competition, 7-Eleven will be giving away a bonus cash prize to the top Filipino runner who can beat the Philippine record for the 42K category. The record setter will get to take home P500,000 in cash.
Registration is now open until January 15, 2019.
Customers can also redeem free race kits from the CLiQQ Rewards Catalog when they buy participating items from sponsors. Run 2019 e-stamps can be earned when customers buy participating items worth P100 and have their CLiQQ app barcode scanned. To redeem free race kits, customers must earn 8 e-stamps for non-buddy categories and 16 e-stamps for buddy categories. Promo runs from November 21- January 1, 2019.
7-Eleven Run 2019 is held in partnership with Filinvest Alabang, Cebu Business Park, SM City Davao, exclusive sportswear partner, Asics, and official timer, Soleus and L Studio. The event is also brought to you by Selecta, Cornetto, Nature’s Spring, Summit, Gatorade, Del Monte, Pocari Sweat, Refresh, Kopiko78, San Miguel Beer, Fit n’ Right, Aquafina, Pepsi, Nova, Evian, Le Minerale, Sip, Safeguard, C2, Mogu Mogu, and Magnolia. Official media partners: ESPN 5, Smart, PLDT, and Cignal.
Ayala Corporation (Ayala) has reaffirmed its support to the development and training of the country’s national track and field athletes, giving them access to the facilities of its newly opened Vermosa Sports Hub in Imus, Cavite.
Ayala had recently linked up with the Philippine Athletics Track and Field Association (PATAFA) and served as title sponsor of the just-concluded Ayala Philippine Athletics Championships in Ilagan, Isabela.
“We believe in our national athletes’ potential to inspire, drive and instill collective nationalism through sports,” said Ayala’s John Philip Orbeta. “One of the biggest gaps is an internationally certified athletics facility which the Vermosa Sports Hub provides as a means to improve their performance and competitiveness.”
At PATAFA’s new official home, athletes will train in the only International Association of Athletics Federation (IAAF) certified track & field oval in the Philippines with specifications and standards equivalent to those they will compete with internationally. Aside from the existing oval and Olympic- sized pool, upon completion of the Sports Hub’s first phase, PATAFA will also have access to the 600-square meter Sante Fitness Lab, a first-of-its- kind combination of facilities in the country, which will feature a strength and conditioning fitness facility, sports rehab areas, a Sports Science Laboratory, a dance studio, a spinning class area, bike shop and services, a nutrition and fitness café, VO2 max/lactate testing, plus conference and lecture rooms. Future plans include a provision for a 3,000 seat multi- purpose indoor sports arena.
Manila Water Company, Inc., through its subsidiary Manila Water Total Solutions (MWTS), will also be supporting this project with Ayala through a hydration sponsorship of Healthy Family Purified Water to the PATAFA athletes. Healthy Family will be supplying 4,000 bottles monthly of its 500ml variant to PATAFA for the duration of their training at Vermosa.
As advocates of environmental sustainability, MWTS will also be working together with PATAFA on a program called “Toka ng PATAFA”. This program is an advocacy on environmental stewardship and responsible consumerism that helps promote the value of waste segregation through the recovery of used PET (polyethylene) bottles. This is an initiative to be spearheaded by our athletes as champions for health and wellness, as well as, staunch partners for the environment.
Ayala will provide financial support to facilitate and strengthen PATAFA’s recruitment and training programs.
“Ayala’s support will help the athletes train better, perform better and hopefully bring more medals and recognition for the country,” said PATAFA President Philip Juico.
The eagerness to help improve the skills and international ranking of our national athletes has spurred the Ayala Group to do its part in helping Filipino athletes achieve excellence in their respective sports and succeed in various international competitions.
Now on its 6th year, Filinvest City Endurance Weekend is back! An MTB race with 24, 12 and 6th hour categories. Save the Date July 7 – 8, 2018.