As if running a full marathon wasn’t already draining, last Sunday’s Paris Marathon harvested energy from the 40,000 runners who joined the event, literally!
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(From the Press Release) It is all systems go for the premier marathon event in the country, the Condura Skyway Marathon, Run for the Mangroves 2013. The starting line in Filinvest City, Alabang heats up with 14,000 runners on Sunday, February 03, 2013.
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The premier marathon event in the country, the Condura Skyway Marathon Run for the Mangroves 2013 goes to the starting line on February 03, 2013 in Filinvest City, Alabang. It will be the curtain-raiser for the new running year of 2013—perfect timing for those who are serious in getting back to form after the long series of holidays and merry-making and for those who finally would like to get off that couch and find the fun and fulfilment in running.
The Run United Trilogy were really meant as training grounds for those aiming to run longer distances, but this year the trilogy went even further by staging their own “holy grail” of running events, forty two kilometers and a hundred ninety five meters of road—a full marathon! And it is to be called the Run United Philippine Marathon.
Cebu City Marathon 2011 holds my record for my fastest marathon so breaking my course record would also mean a new personal best—what a pressure! On a lighter note, merely completing CCM will finally take me across my first 3,000 kilometers. Will I be able to break my previous record, or will I just break a leg? That’s what went through my mind, and this was what went on with the race.
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After running a full marathon you’d expect that we’d just stay in our rooms to rest, but no way! We’re in Macau in some very cool, nice weather so rest will have to wait! Here’s where our feet took us some time after our races.
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December 04, 2011, the day of my second marathon outside the Philippines and my first road race below 15°c. I could’ve come more prepared but things don’t always happen according to plan so the goal was simple: to have fun and finish within cutoff!
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December 03, 2011: the day before our big race, Macau Galaxy Entertainment International Marathon, and also our first full day in Macau. Our brains tell us we should rest, but our feet tell us otherwise so relatively early in the morning we were up for a tour.
As a runner, nothing beats souvenirs like these:
Watch out for my story of our adventures in Macau and our side trip to Hong Kong soon! For the mean time, congratulations to all those who also finished their respective races last weekend!
Note: You may view your Finish Certificates at www.marathon-photos.com.