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My Runs

Running was an unexpected passion but it did caught up real fast that started with those 3K and 5K runs then to 10K, 15K and 16K road races and a consistent training regimen that started late 2010 and the passion has endured and taking a shot at longer and faster runs.

Personal Records

3K: 17 minutes

5K: 27 minutes

6K: 34 Minutes

10K: 59 minutes

12K: 1 hour 19 minutes

15K: 1 hour 35 minutes

16K: 1 hour 42 minutes

21K: 2 hours 18minutes

32K 3 hours 57 minutes

42K 5 hours 42 minutes

My Daily Collagen Virtual Duathlon

The first time I crossed a duathlon finish line, I felt that the cost of my bike was well worth it already. Why? I never saw myself as a Duathlete nor even an athlete. My Daily Collage Duathlon reminded me of the few years I’ve actually been active in both running and cycling. Continue reading »

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The Tale of The Trailogy

Hoka GTX culminates a trilogy of events under PT Events and Hoka One One with each having a unique feature and challenges that’s bound to create a lot of memories on the trail. Continue reading »

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Volvic Force of Nature Marathon

My calf muscles was about to cramp at km 10 and 13 but thanks to kind strangers who had muscle spray, I was able to continue. Then I was back to the usual dilemma on how to last the next 10K on cramping legs. Somehow, I did! That’s a reminder of how it is to suffer and yet find the inner strength to gut-it-out and finish. Continue reading »

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Lessons From Camp Amihan

Camp Amihan was an intimate trail talk and trail run session last September 22, 2019 at Camp John Hay. It’s nice to see fresh legs on the trails and impart a little bit of knowledge to the next generation of trail runners. Continue reading »

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Worth the Dirt at Mafate Mudfest

Mafate Mudfest was a character-building race for the runners and for us as well. It was a series of challenges but at the end of the day, it’s worth the dirt. Continue reading »

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Behind the Scenes at Itogonia 2019

Itogonia 2019 was another round of suffering over the high altitude and terrains of Camp John Hay and Itogon made even tougher by the rain. Continue reading »

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Pinoy Trails Camp Out and Hoka Shakeout Sessions

Trail Academy turns one and what better way to celebrate the milestone by opening up its 2019 calendar with Pinoy Trails Camp Out on May 11, 2019 and Hoka Shakeout Sessions on May 12, 2019 at Timberland Heights. Continue reading »

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Sandugo Road to Trail Challenge

Road… Road… Trail… Road… Trail… Down… Up… Up… Up… Up… Down… Down… Up… Finish. Sandugo Road to Trail Challenge was a roller coaster ride with climbs and descent in a mix of trails and road over a scenic Eastridge Trails. Continue reading »

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Speedgoat Challenger

New Race, New Team and New Innovations, that’s what Speedgoat Challenger is all about for me.  We always see a race by the actual event but it’s a much longer story from getting from point A to point B.  We’re just glad to have the support of Hoka One One and Timberland Heights for the … Continue reading »

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Translantau 25K 2019

My legs were cramping after the first 10 kilometers of the race owing to the long climb and the unforgiving heat at high noon. That’s when I went on to dig deep and looked for some mental toughness to find a way to hold on and finish the race. Continue reading »

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