Wednesday, July 23, 2014

TK DC2DC Ultramarathon 60 (Digos City to Davao City)


What: TK DC2DC Ultramarathon 60
Categories: 60KM
When: 8PM. Sept. 6, 2014
Where: Digos City Hall
Website: http://tk60k.strikingly.com/
Contact: dc2dc60k@gmail.com
09334256966 - Jay
09328460488 - Paul
09228620900 - Pam
09185881209 - Garry

TK DC2DC Ultramarathon 60 (Team Kapwa Digos City to Davao City) is a 60-kilometer foot race which will start at Digos City and will end at the famous People’s Park in Davao City. This event is part of the Digos City Fiesta Celebration, and is organized by one of the active running groups in Davao, Team Kapwa (TK).

Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Centennial Run Bukidnon 2014: Race Route Photos


Centennial Run Bukidnon, happening on August 2, 2014 in Malaybalay City, is part of the province's Centennial and Kaamulan Festival 2014 Celebration. Event distances include 3K, 5K and 10K. Aside from the Open Category there will be a Special Category for each team representing Bukidnon's 20 municipalities and 2 cities and runners representing the Seven Hill Tribes (recognized as the first inhabitants of Bukidnon).
  
Race will start and finish at the Capitol Grounds and will pass through the road going to Barangay Can-ayan. This route is a favorite training ground of Malaybalay Runners due to its challenging terrain and beautiful views. To give out-of-town runners a head up, posted below are photos of the race route taken from various runs we had along this road.

Monday, July 14, 2014

Monday, June 30, 2014

Back to the Big Rock


In preparation for the upcoming LIONS 2014 Eco Run, we went for a long run to the Big Rock in Sitio Caleb, Can-ayan, Malaybalay City. The Big Rock is a favorite route of hardcore Malaybalay Runners due to its challenging terrain (2 km ++ of straight uphill stretch) and breathtaking views that can be seen along the way. Distance from the Capitol Grounds to the Big Rock is approximately 9 kilometers and elevation is at 946 meters above sea level. This is my second time to run to this spot and I definitely would want to go back here again and again.


For more photos of this run, visit this album in the Pulagay Blog FB Page: