Monday, March 30, 2015

30th Araw ng Kagitingan relay run

THE oldest and longest relay run saluting World War II Bataan Heroes will hit the road this coming April 8 and 9, 2015 for its 30th edition.

According to founding organizer Ed Paez, the relay-run will retrace the infamous 1942 Death March trail. 

No registration fee will be collected in this non-competitive relay run, the first edition of which was supported by late Pampanga Gov. Bren Z. Guiao.

Sunday, December 14, 2014

Tabal defends title, Poliquit wins first MILO Marathon crown

Pasay City, Philippines (13 December 2014) – Reigning MILO Marathon Queen Mary Joy Tabal reveled in the spotlight as she defended title in the 38th National MILO Marathon which started and ended at the SM Mall of Asia grounds in Pasay City.

Also hugging the spotlight was Rafael Poliquit who bagged the 2014 National MILO Marathon King title, winning his first National MILO Marathon championship title.

Today’s race saw 19,242 registered runners, bringing the total headcount of the season to 228,000 which shattered last year’s record.

Sunday, November 23, 2014

Wagdos, Miranda top Davao leg of 38th MILO Marathon

DAVAO City, Philippines (09 November 2014) – Sonny Wagdos and Judelyn Miranda claimed the top honors in the 21K event at the Davao leg of the 38th National MILO Marathon.

Over 10,000 runners joined the last qualifying leg of this year’s National MILO Marathon season.

Wagdos and Miranda each received a cash prize of P10,000 and a trophy, and will join the rest of the qualified elite runners in the National Finals set in Manila on December 7, where the MILO Marathon King and Queen titles are up for grabs.

The 2014 MILO Marathon King and Queen will also have the chance to run in the 2015 Tokyo Marathon, with all-expense paid trips to Japan sponsored by MILO.

Monday, November 17, 2014

Unabia, Ambasa triumph in Gen. Santos City MILO elims

GENERAL SANTOS City, Philippines (16 November 2014) – MILO Marathon veterans Arnold Unabia and Liza Ambasa won the 21K centrepiece events at the General Santos leg of the 38th National MILO Marathon held on Sunday.

Over 9,300 runners joined the prestigious race, establishing the record of the biggest race in General Santos City to date.

Unabia and Ambasa took home the top purse of P10,000 in cash and a trophy.

They both  booked spots to the National Finals in Manila on December 7, where they will meet the nation’s elite runners for the MILO Marathon King and Queen titles.

Winners in the National Finals will be sent by MILO to Japan on all-expense paid trips, for a chance to run in the 2015 Tokyo Marathon.