Last year, me and some of officemates, where most of them are first-time runners, also joined the 2009 Pasig River Run which garnered around 22,000 runners. This time around, the event, the Largest Eco-Footrace in the World, through the Kapit Bisig Para sa Ilog Pasig (KBPIP) Foundation aims to attract more than 110,000 runners and beat the current World Guinness record on the 1988 Bay to Breakers race held in San Francisco, USA.
This year's event will be unique in such a way that each of the race categories' starting line will be from different places across the Metro, and all converging to one finish line at the SM Mall of Asia. The race director who was tasked for this big event is x-Tribe's Mr. Eric Imperio, who also sought for the hand of two more race organizers to handle the different race distance categories -- Thumbie Remigio of the UP Mountaineers, and Coach Rio Dela Cruz of RunRio. Watch the following videos from the organizers themselves to know more about each of the event category.
3k - Mall of Asia (MOA)
5k - Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP)
10k - Ayala Avenue
21k (Ceremonial run, for AFP and PNP) - SM Marikina
To register for the event, visit 10.10.10 Run for Pasig River website.