Trikini Run, Bike & Party: Rescheduled to August 19, 2017

Trikini Rescheduled to August 19, 2017


MANILA, Philippines – MegaWorld Lifestyle Malls, in partnership with GEO Events Management, shall be presenting a unique active lifestyle event in McKinley West Park. Originally slated for July 29th, 2017, the event has been rescheduled to August 19th, 2017 to better accommodate guests at a more favorable weather condition.  

Trikini is an urban fitness party that will feature three basic elements – run, bike, and party- in a safe and exclusive venue where attendees can enjoy the outdoors right in the heart of the city. With a dress code of sports, active or beach wear, guests can participate in their activities of choice comfortably. 

The event will have two zones: Active and Fest. The Active Zone allows festival goers to get their fitness fix with a friendly 5K run and 15K bike race.  For attendees looking for a more relaxed experience, the Fest Zone offers dance workshops, oversized inflatables, and a main stage that will feature performances by high-profile acts such as SinoSiKat, Extrapolation, DJ Khai Lim, and Sanya Smith! 

  • WHAT: Trikini
  • WHY: To enjoy the fun of the outdoors right in the heart of the city. 
  • WHEN: August 19th – 20th 2017 
  • WHERE: McKinley West Park
  • TICKET PRICE: PHP 5,000.00. Can be purchased online at trikini.pouchnation.com, bank deposit and credit card payments accepted. Promo codes are available through MegaWorld Lifestyle Malls (Eastwood, Uptown, Bonifacio, and Venice Grand Canal), Colnago Manila, Secondwind, and Atheleema Makati.
  • PARTNERS’ TREAT: Follow @geoeventsasia in Facebook and Instagram for announcements on discounted ticket deals! 


About GEO Events Management

GEO Events Management creates conceptual events and strategic initiatives focused on active lifestyle, arts, and culture. With local and international credentials, the GEO Events Team has a proven track record in generating memorable attendee experiences and creating progressive impacts on partner objectives.

For more information, kindly contact:
Trikini Secretariat | GEO Events Management 

trikini@geoevents.asia | T: +63 2 224 2130 


Run, Bike, and Party with Trikini

Trikini at Mckinley West, Taguig 

Moved to August 19


MANILA, Philippines – Megaworld Lifestyle Malls shall be presenting a unique active lifestyle event this July 29th, 2017 in McKinley West Park.

Trikini is an urban fitness party that will feature three basic elements- run, bike, and party- in a safe and exclusive venue where attendees can enjoy the outdoors right in the heart of the city. With a dress code of sports, active or beach wear, guests can participate in their activities of choice quite comfortably.


The event will have two zones: Active and Fest. The Active Zone allows festival goers to get their fitness fix with a friendly 5K run and 15k bike race. For attendees looking for a more relaxed experience, the Fest Zone offers dance workshops, oversized inflatables, and a main stage that will feature performances by high-profile acts such as SinoSiKat, Extrapolation, DJ Khai Lim, and Sanya Smith!


“Trikini highlights enjoying the urban outdoors and being comfortable in your own skin,” says Sam Okal of GEO Events Management. “Since all the fitness activities are optional, you can decide on your level of participation. Competition is also kept light and friendly with cash prizes going as donations to beneficiary SOS Children’s Villages Philippines.”

For fifty years, the organization has provided healthcare, housing, and education to underprivileged children and families in the Philippines. Attendees may learn more about SOS and how they may contribute to its initiatives during the event.  
“Essentially, it’s Trikini’s overall vibe that sets it apart from other events in the category,” continues Okal.  “The ultimate goal is to encourage more city dwellers to live active lifestyles and enjoy the outdoors, no matter what the season.”

Don’t let the rainy season stop you from being active and enjoying the outdoors! Ticket prices are PHP 5,000.00 and can be purchased online at trikini.pouchnation.com, bank deposit and credit card payments accepted. Promo codes are available through Megaworld Lifestyle Malls (Eastwood, Uptown Bonifacio, and Venice Grand Canal), Colnago Manila, Secondwind, and Athleema Makati.



About GEO Events Management
GEO Events Management creates conceptual events and strategic initiatives focused on active lifestyle, arts, and culture. With local and international credentials, the GEO Events Team has a proven track record in generating memorable attendee experiences and creating progressive impacts on partner objectives.

Find them on Facebook and Instagram @geoeventsasia


For more information, kindly contact:
Trikini Secretariat | GEO Events Management

trikini@geoevents.asia | T: +63 2 224 2130

PSE BULL RUN 2017


Save the date! PSE BULL Run is here again and is set on January 22, 2017 at Bonifacio Global City. This time, PSE BULL Run 2017 will now to be organized by RunRio!

PSE Bull RunDetails
January 22, 2017;  4:00-9:00AM
34th Street corner 9th Avenue, Bonifacio Global City
5K | 10K | 21K
Organizer: RunRio
CATEGORY
REGISTRATION FEE
INCLUSIONS
5K
Php650
Official Singlet, Race Bib, D-tag, Raffle Stub and Race Map
10K
Php750
21K
Php950


– 10K and 21K gets Finisher’s Shirt + Certificate
– 21K gets Finisher’s Medal


REGISTRATION PERIOD:

Online Registration  – Click Here
November 28, 2016 – January 8, 2017

On-Site Registration  – Download Form Here
December 12, 2016 – January 15, 2017
– PSE Ayala
– PSE Ortigas
– RUNNR Store BGC
– RUNNR Store Trinoma
– Toby’s Sport Glorietta 2
– Toby’s Sport MOA

Eggciting Family Fun Run at SM By The Bay (MOA) moved to November 6, 2016!!!

Eggs have played a major role in feeding families around the globe and World Egg Day is celebrated every year on the second Friday of October.
 

Guerilla Race together with the Philippine Egg Board Association and The Good Egg Advocacy of Sarimanok, bring you the first ever Eggciting Adventure Family Fun Run to celebrate this event on November 6 at the SM By The Bay, MOA. It was initially scheduled last Oct. 16 but was unfortunately
 cancelled due to Typhoon Karen’s surge. 

This is a charity run for the fight against Stunting and malnutrition plus a unique opportunity to help awareness of the benefits of egg! This event also aims to promote One Egg A Day Awareness most especially to families. The main beneficiary is the AFP Educational Benefit Systems Office which helps the soldier’s orphans to continue their education.


Other activities will include Eggciting mini egg hunt on 500-meter dash for kiddos 3-7 yrs old, Eggciting Dance fitness, Eggciting Health Consultation, and many more!


Race Distances                  Registration Fees                   Gun Start
10K                                    P600                                     5:45am
5K                                      P500                                     6:15am
3K                                      P400                                     6:15am  
3K Family (group of 4)         P1,300                                  6:15am
1K                                      P250                                     6:30am
500m                                 P250 (with mini egg hunt)       8:00am
INCLUSIONS:
10K/5K/3K
Racebib and timing chip, event shirt, medal and lootbag
1K
Racebib, Event Shirt, Medal and lootbag
500m
Event Shirt, Medal, and lootbag

REGISTRATION VENUES:
1. Chris Sports – SM MOA
2. Chris Sports – Glorietta
3. Chris Sports – SM Megamall
4. Chris SPorts – SM BF
5. Chris Sports – Market Market
6. Chris Sports SM North Edsa
For more information, go to: www.eggcitingadventure.com
Make sure to use the official hash tags! 🙂
#EGGcitingAdventureFamilyFunRun
#itloglusogeveryday
#eggcitingadventure2016
#worldeggday
Written by:
AJ Seradoy
Team Powcast


The Manila Great Run – 06/12/’16 – Filinvest Alabang

The “Manila Great Run: Duo Road Race Challenge” was held on June 12, 2016 at Filinvest City, Alabang. Race categories includes individual 3k & 5k and the highlight categories which are the challenging twist of 10+5k Individual and the 10+5k team competition.

The Manila Great Run, like what they say, probably is the first one where you can run two sets of races with a recovery period in between. I was really planning on running the Duo Road Race Challenge Individual category 10k + 5k run but due to time and financial constraints, I decided to just skip it and look forward to the next run in my calendar.

This is an unexpected run for me because AJ Seradoy, who happens to write for Powcast, came down with flu on race day itself. I was just informed a night prior to the event that she may not make it but will still try.

Then at around 2am, she called me that I really had to run in her stead because there was a 5k race kit waiting for her in the Powcast tent. So to make it short I was the one who ran for her. Eventhough I was not able to run the 10k + 5k (as what I previously planned ), I’m still glad that I was able to run the 5k category.

In running, everything has to be in sync. Body and mind has to be as one because running one without the other is like running on just one foot. Even though I can run anytime on a short notice, but since my mind was not really set on running today, I had some challenges. Still, nothing that I
can’t handle. “A bad run is better than no run at all.” 🙂

The event was pretty much well organized, on the average to say the least. They could have done a much better job on the distribution of the finisher shirts, medals and lootbags because there’s no line in claiming. The security was great and the roads were very well marked. You wouldn’t get lost, with all the turns that the course had. Overall, minus my running buddy, the event was still great!

A big shoutout to Sir Pow and the rest of the Powcast peeps. Thank you for the run!

Here are few other pictures that I took at the event:

RICKY

Disclaimer: This feedback was prepared or accomplished by Ricky Cachero in his personal capacity. The opinions expressed in this article are the author’s own and do not reflect the view of the Powcast community. 🙂

Andok’s Pambansang Fun Run Review


Andok’s Pambansang Fun Run was held on December 6, 2015 at SM By The Bay, SM Mall of Asia Grounds, Pasay City. Andok’s in cooperation with Runtarantantan organizers celebrated their 30th anniversary to promote healthy lifestyle. All registered runners were able to get a singlet, medal, raffle entry and freebies. My brother registered early for the both of us at Toby’s SM MOA branch so we got the sizes that’s just right for us.

Registration fees were very affordable! Andok’s has organized their anniversary event to be budget friendly for everyone! Check the above poster for the registration details with prices, sample singlet, finisher shirts and medals.


To top it up, Andok’s gave away Dri-fit finisher shirt to the first 100 finishers of featured 4 race categories: 3K, 5K, 10K, and to all finishers of 16K. 

Here’s a sample 5k finisher shirt:



Okay, so what’s our take and other runner’s comments?

Negative:
  • There’s no assurance that all first 100 finishers of 3k, 5k & 10k deserve to have the finisher shirts. (Some runners even started on the first gap and did not finish the first U-turn slot- there were no markers yet on that route)
  • There were gaps on the median strips wherein no marshals were stationed. (So there’s a lot of undisciplined runners doing shortcuts- well, they’re just cheating themselves anyway 😉 )
  • Others claimed that they saw some runners running ahead of their gun start time. 3k division running at 5k gun start. (Oh c’mon guys, really?!)
Positive:
  • Cheap! Cheap! Cheap! Very affordable compared to other fun runs held on the same day. Andok (Lots of freebies too!) 
  • All for FUN! Non-competitive event! 
  • Entertaining performances after the run. (esp. the Zumba Fiesta show! *wink* )
  • Easy to register! (RUNNR Trinoma & ATC, Move Store in Megamall + TOBY’S Glorietta & SM MOA)
some of the traffic enforcers, marshals, photographers & runners who participated 





Here’s the highlight of the event:



Overall, the Andok’s fun run was still good and fun. Considering that all events like this have their downsides. Hopefully they can improve on their opportunities. I’d still recommend Runtarantantan organized events to people who are into healthy living and at the same time having fun.