Breaking News

Latest Activities

Reviews

Run With The First-Ever Nike Women's 10K Manila


Nike Women's 10K Manila
09 May 2015 Saturday, 9:00 PM
Filinvest City, Alabang

Assembly and Gun-Time:
  • 10K - AM / AM
Distance Category and Registration Fees:
  • Women's 10K Buddy Run - Php 1,800.00
Registration Sites and Schedule:
  • 1,2Online Registration via gonike.me/WeRunMNL
  • 1,3Prepaid Card Purchase:
    1. Nike Park BGC
    2. Nike Women's Trinoma
    3. Nike Park BGC
    4. Nike Park Mall of Asia
    5. Nike Stadium Shangri-La
    6. Nike Forum Greenhills
    7. Nike Stadium Glorietta 2
    8. Nike Stadium Alabang Town Center
1All race participants must collect their race pack during the Nike Women’s 10K Run Race Entitlement Pack collection from April 20, 2015 to May 3, 2015, 12:00 noon to 8:00 PM. Please bring your ID and confirmation slip to collect your race pack.
2Claim race pack at the Nike store chosen during registration.
3Claim race pack at the store where you bought the prepaid card.


Event Jersey/Singlet Design
TBP

Finisher's Memorabilia/Token
TBP

Route Map
TBP

For questions, kindly visit or download the Frequently Asked Questions.

Press Release:
MANILA, PHILIPPINES, 16 March 2015 — Filipinas now have the opportunity to be part of a global community of sport that motivates, inspires, and connects athletes around the world with the inaugural Nike Women’s 10k Manila (#WeRunMNL) on 9 May 2015. Coming from the insight that Pinays love to run and train with a partner, the Nike Women’s 10k Manila takes on a unique twist by requiring participants to register with their best female buddy and enjoy the experience with the rest of the growing community of strong, beautiful women who are motivated to achieve their personal running goals. Set to take place in Fillinvest, Alabang, there are 10,000 slots available.

The Nike Women’s 10k Manila is part of the global Nike Women’s Event Series, which includes the Nike Women’s Race Series and N+TC Tour. The global event series will see more than 200,000 women around the world celebrate and experience the power of sport through a series of one-of-a-kind, high-energy training events.

To help prepare women achieve their personal bests, participants can get access to elite Nike Run Club training sessions in the weeks leading up to the Nike Women’s 10k Manila. Race registrants also get free access to a variety of fitness classes such as yoga, Pilates, barre, HIIT and an exclusive NTC Live (Nike Training Club Live) event on 25 April 2015 at Valkyrie, Manila’s largest nightclub. Participants can also train and prepare for the race through the Nike+ Running and Nike+ Training Club Apps, available for free on iPhone and Android. These best-in-class apps combine the power of Nike’s 65-million-women strong social community with the expertise of Nike’s top trainers.


“Women in the Philippines today, and all over the world, are increasingly engaged in fitness and sports and we are excited to launch the inaugural Nike Women’s 10k Manila. From the time they register with their best friend, they will be inspiring each other and the community around them – whether it is through training, or race day”, says Patrick Reyes, Country Marketing Manager of Nike Philippines.

Online registration for the Nike Women’s 10k Manila is now available. Participants can pay online via credit card or via prepaid cards available at select Nike stores to complete their online registration. Registration fee is PHP 1,800 per pair.

For more information, visit www.nikewomen10kmnl.com

Read more ...

Borlain Sisters Rule Alaska IronKids Triathlon in Subic

Tara and Samantha Borlain again finished one-two in the same category (Girls 11-12) during the 2015 Alaska IronKids Triathlon held in Subic over two weeks ago (March 8, 2015). Open to children 6 to 14 years old, Alaska IronKids is the local junior version of the international triathlon series, Ironman.

Tara trailed Sister Samantha in the swim and bike part of the race but relied on her strong finishing run to prevail. Other 1st place winners in the girl category are Nicole Danielle Eijansantos (13-14), Alison Ann Noble (9-10) and Justicia Mariearl Tan (6-8).

Brent Valelo also relied on a strong run to rule the Boy 13-14. Other 1st place winners in the boy category are Juan Francisco Baniqued (11-12), Mark Grist (9-10) and Dayshaun Karl Ramos (6-8).

Christine Levi Gaspar and Una Janus Sibayan placed second and third in the Girls 13-14. Everly Janarie Macalalad finished third in the Girls 11-12. Patricia Tolentino and Ana Maria Mempin placed second and third in the Girls 9-10. Franchezka Borlain, youngest of the Borlain sisters, and Caitlin Gaw finished second and third in the Girls 6-8.

Sabino Czar Manglicmot IV and John Caleb Barlin placed second and third in the Boys 13-14. Jose Manuel Arao and Karl Rafael Pamakid placed second and third in the Boys 11-12. Matthew Thomas Alumbres and Juan Miguel Tayag placed second and third in the Boys 9-10. Jabrielle Marcos Delizo and Reggeal Victoria placed second and third in the Boys 6-8.


Four races are lined up for 2015 — two aquathlons and two triathlons. The next races will be the Alaska IronKids Aquathlon Apr. 19 at The Village Sports Club; the Alaska IronKids Aquathlon in Subic Bay; and the Alaska IronKids Triathlon Aug. 1 in Cebu.

The races will have three categories: Race Category (with Podium Medals) with four age groups; Play Category (with finisher’s medal but no age categories) with short and long distances to promote outdoor play and increase participation for non-competitive participants; and the Relay Category (with Podium Medals) with two mixed age groups.

Alaska Milk Corporation President/CEO Wilfred Steven Uytengsu said he is ecstatic with the huge turnout.

“It’s really nice to see the parents supporting their kids promoting a healthy lifestyle, a lot of kids today spend a lot of time on their iPads or playstations. It’s important to develop your technical skills but you also have to be physically fit,” said Uytengsu.

Alaska IronKids Philippines is an annual sporting event that aims to promote the healthy and active lifestyle among children through the winning combination of proper nutrition and physical activity. The Alaska IronKids Race Series is just one of many sports development programs that Alaska conducts yearly to engage children to come out and play.

Pioneering athletic programs like the Alaska IronKids Philippines Triathlon has managed to take children away from their video game consoles, cellphones and cable TV remotes and out into the sun to swim, bike and run in triathlon races. Alaska’s sports programs hope to encourage children to get into organized sports while learning positive values like hard work, discipline, determination and teamwork. The program for 2015 will continue to bring excitement as it helps future athletes realize their dreams.

Become an inspiring athlete too and join Alaska’s sports programs now! NUTRITION. ACTION. CHAMPION.

For general information about the Alaska IronKids please visit www.ironkidsphil.com; Alaska Milk Corporation visit www.alaskamilk.com; and for live Twitter updates follow @ALASKAsportshub and #AlaskaIronkids.

Read more ...

Brooks' Features Ben Alves: "Why Do I Run?"

Why do you run? Most of your friends might have asked you this already. Our answer varies because we all have different reasons from health, meet great people, gain more friends, gain fitness, or even just for fun.

Now let Brooks Running Philippines celebrity Athlete Benjamin Alves tells you about how running fuels him through the day. Watch this short video below, be inspired and run happy!



Read more ...

Watsons Color Manila Challenge


Live. Love. Run. Challenge yourself!

Jump on rainbow tires, crawl on coloured sand, get a burst of colour on your favourite station, roll as long as you want and so much more! Color Manila, together with Watsons, bring you the most colourful fun run in the metro with a twist - the Watsons Color Manila Challenge will be colouring the streets of SM Mall of Asia with fun obstacles for all ages!

Watsons Color Manila Challenge 2015
19 April 2015 Sunday, 4:30 AM
SM Mall of Asia, Pasay City

Assembly and Gun-Time:
  • 10K - 4:30 AM / 5:30 AM
  • 5K - 5:00 AM / 5:50 AM
  • 3K - 5:00 AM / 6:10 AM

Distance Category and Registration Fees:
  • 3K - Php 850.00
  • 5K - Php 850.00
  • 10K - Php 850.00

Registration Sites and Schedule:
  1. *Online Registration via colormanilarun.com
  2. *SM Tickets Nationwide
  3. *Prepaid Cardss
    • Toby's Sports - Glorietta
    • Runnr - Bonifacio High Street; Trinoma; Alabang Town Center

1Race kit claiming schedule will be from April 9 to 11, 2015 (Friday to Sunday), 10:00 AM - 9:00 PM at SM Mall of Asia.

Runner's Memorabilia/Token

Route Map
TBP


You may visit the Color Manila Run for more details and further race updates.

Read more ...

GO GIRL! EXPO: A Pursuit For a Healthy and Active Filipino Women

In a study conducted by World Health Organization, more women in the Philippines are considered inactive whether it is occupational, non-occupational, or leisure-related activities (WHO 2010). The same study also reveals that women are more active in domestic activities than men more than ever. Furthermore, physical inactivity may contribute to coronary diseases, diabetes, and obesity.

This is the reason why Jump Start, Fondo Manila and Yabang Pinoy are working together to bring the very first GO GIRL! EXPO - Empowering Healthy and Active Filipinas. It is by promoting a holistic well-being among women -- a healthy and active Filipinas -- can we achieve a healthy and active Philippines. We further define a “GO GIRL!” as a well rounded Filipina that balances life, work, play, adventure, sports and more importantly – knows how to have fun.

GO GIRL EXPO will be held on May 30-31, 2015 at Rockwell Tent, Makati City. This event will be a celebration of every Filipina’s pursuits and women’s success and empowerment in different fields. The expo will feature faces of healthy and active Filipinas from different walks of life- from the working Filipina to moms, from outgoing women to social women. Furthermore, the expo will be a collection of products and services from different companies and industries that will cater to the needs of a healthy and active Filipina.

The expo will also be an avenue for women’s inspiration—tapping Filipinas who are considered “Go Girl!”. These women will share their impassioned stories of both success and struggle, how they achieve where they are now, and what keeps them active despite the daily routine this age has offered to them. Their stories will be installed in a gallery wall together with the commitment board that will gather responses from women of different size and age.

Come and be part of this milestone that will encourage Filipinas to shift from ordinary women to GO GIRL!.

For more information and other inquiries:

GO GIRL! EXPO Secretariat
gogirlexpo@gmail.com

PATRICK CHRIS JOSON
0917-527-7141
patrickjoson@gmail.com

JAN MICHAEL JOSE
0916-423-3214
janmichaeljose@rocketmail.com
Read more ...

Fitness

Health

The Other Side of my Cerebro

Poetry

Short Story

Technology

Contact Form

Name

Email *

Message *

Designed By Blogger Templates