TRIKINI: Making a Difference by Staying Fit

MANILA, Philippines – Megaworld Lifestyle Malls in partnership with GEO Events Management held the urban fitness party Trikini in the McKinely West Park last August 19, 2017.
Trikini featured three basic elements – a 5K run, 15KM bike, and night party to all attendees in a safe and exclusive location right in the heart of the city. Trikini set 2 major areas for the event: an Active Zone and a Fest Zone. All race-friendly runners and cyclists set their weekend fitness fix at the Active Zone. Guests who preferred a more relaxed experience at The Fest Zone joined poi and hoop workshops amid picnic grounds and watched high profile entertainment acts such as SinoSiKat, Extrapolation, and Sanya Smith.
Trikini is the first event of its nature that raised donations for SOS Children’s Villages Philippines. For forty years, the organization has provided health care, housing, and education to underprivileged children and families in the country. Cash Prizes were automatically donated to SOS Children’s Village Philippines, with winners receiving prizes and tokens from participating brands such as ON Shoes and Colnago.  
Winners of the 5K Women’s Category
Winners of the 5K Men’s Category
Winners of the 15K Cycling Category
“The ultimate goal is to encourage more city dwellers to live active lifestyles and enjoy outdoors, no matter what the season!” says Sam Okal of GEO Events Management. “The Trikini Series shall continue in other locations and seasons aligned with our mantra that it’s always a matter of here and now to get fit and enjoy the outdoors.”

NUTRILITE Health Run 2017



               3KM (Deluxe) –  Php 250 
 (Deluxe) –  Php 250        
             10KM (Deluxe) –  Php 25  
             21KM (Rockstar) –  Php 850
DATE: October 15, 2017 – SM MALL OF ASIA, MANILA
            October 29, 2017 – SM ECOLAND, DAVAO
            November 5, 2017 – CENTRO MALL, CAGAYAN DE ORO


Option 1: On-lineRegistration

               – Click the REGISTRATION LINKS to process your online registration.

                MANILA – CLICK HERE
                DAVAO – CLICK HERE
                CDO – CLICK HERE

               – Read and follow the instructions carefully.

Option 2: Registration Venues  
              MANILA: Toby’s Store MOA
                             Toby’s Store Glorietta
                             RUNNR Store Glorietta
                             RUNNR Store BGC
                             Amway Distribution Center – Makati
                             Amway Distribution Center – Mandaluyong
                             ACE Bldg, Dela Rosa St. Makati
                             Mayflower Bldg, United Street, Greenfield District, Mandaluyong

              DAVAO: Amway Distribution Center- Quimpo Boulevard, Ecoland, Matina

              C.D.O: Amway Distribution Center – Velez-Montalvan, Cagayan De Oro

            21 KM Category: Race shirt, Race Bib, Finisher’s Shirt, Finisher’s Medal, Finisher’s Kit
            10 KM Category: Race shirt, Race Bib, Finisher’s Bib
              5 KM Category: Race shirt, Race Bib, Finisher’s Bib
              3 KM Category: Race shirt, Race Bib, Finisher’s Bib

BrickRunPH on September 17 at SM by the BAY



5 KM   – Php 650
10 KM – Php 750
16 KM – Php 1000

DATE: September 17, 2017 (Sunday)

VENUE: SM Mall of Asia (by the Bay)


5 KM   – 5:30 AM
10 KM – 5:00 AM
16 KM – 4:30 AM


5 KM   – Race bib and Event shirt
10 KM – Race bib, Event shirt, and Finisher’s Medal
16 KM – Race bib, Event shirt, and Finisher’s Medal


Sports House SM MOA
Sports House SM Megamall
Sports House SM Bacoor
Affinitea SM North EDSA
Affinitea Leon Guinto
Garmin Up Town Mall, BGC
Vita Hub Robinson’s Place Manila

Tour De Manille 2017

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TOUR de Manille is a bicycle fest celebrating 70 years of French-Philippine Friendship. Have a taste of Tour de France “ala Manille” on Sunday, July 9, 2017 along Seaside Blvd. at North Park SM by the BAY, Pasay City. This event is presented by SM by the BAY, Peugeot, Marithe Francois Girbaud and the Embassy of France in Manila as part of the PHILFRANCE Campaign of 70 years of Friendship.
Ride, Race and Save the Planet! Proceeds to benefit the advocacy work of the Firefly Brigade for Bicycling, Clean Air and Sustainable Transportation.

Early Rider (June 9 – 21): Php 1000
Regular Rider (June 22 – 30): Php 1500 

DATE: July 09, 2017

VENUE: SM by the Bay, Pasay city

TIME: 5:00 AM – 9:00 AM

All participants will receive a Limited Edition Tour de Manille cycling jersey, race RFID tag, rider and raffle number, snacks and giveaways. 

Top 3 Finishers will receive medals and cash prizes from Peugeot 

Sportive Men & Women:

1st Place: Php 5,000
2nd Place: Php 3,000
3rd Place: Php 2,000

Elite Pro Men

1st Place: Php 15,000
2nd Place: Php 10,000
3rd Place: Php 5,000


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Address: 37-B Quinto Apts., Tomas Morato Ave, Quezon City
Contact: (02) 410-8500
Office Hours: Tue – Fri 1:00 PM – 8:00 PM
                        Sat – Sun 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM

Address:Bldg G, Unit 15-16 Seaside Blvd, SM by the BAY,
Contact: (02) 804-0130
Store hours: (Open Daily) 5:00 AM – 12:00 AM 

Address:2240 Chino Roces Ave., Makati City
Contact: (02) 869-7894 
Store hours: Mon – Sat 10:00 AM – 7:00 PM

41st National MILO Marathon: Metro Manila Leg

42 KM – Php 950
21 KM – Php 850
10 KM – Php 750
5 KM – Php  150
3 KM – Php  150
DATE: July 30, 2017 (Sunday)
 VENUE: SM Mall of Asia, Pasay city


42 KM Category: Race bib, Singlet, Finisher’s Medal, Finisher’s Shirt, Towel, and Loot bag. 
21 KM Category: Race bib, Singlet, Finisher’s Medal, Finisher’s Shirt, and Loot bag. 
10 KM Category: Race bib, Singlet, and Finisher’s Medal.
3 KM and 5KM Category: Race Bib, and Race Singlet


On-line Registration: Register  HERE

In-store Registration:

– RUNNR Store Trinoma
– Toby’s Sports Mall of Asia
– Toby’s Sports Glorietta
– Toby’s Sports Shangrila

*Registrants must provide one (1) MILO 300g empty pack  



Performance Review: Mizuno Wave Enigma 6

During the test run for the Wave Enigma 6 last April 19 at the Mizuno store in SM Mall of Asia (READ article HERE), I had different impressions towards the shoe. It was understandable since it was entirely brand new and would require a break-in. I decided to hold my assessment and give the shoe further tests. 
At this point, my accumulated mileage input in the Wave Enigma 6 has already reached 47 kilometers. I believe that the shoe has already gone past its break-in period and adjusted well already to my foot.
At first, I struggled during the first few miles due to the concerns I had with the shoe. The first concern I had was the stack height. The pair I often use only has a 22m on the heel and 18mm on the forefoot.  On the other hand, the Wave Enigma 6’s measures 32 mm on the heel and 20mm on the forefoot.
(The rear view of the Mizuno Wave Enigma 6’s heel   PHOTO BY: The Road Titan)
That’s high. The higher the heel-to-toe drop, the more likely I’d land on my heel (which bugged me since I’m a natural midfoot striker).  The last thing I’d want is pain caused by unintended heel striking. Good news since nothing as such occurred and my appreciation for this shoe grew overtime.
The other concern I had was the underfoot. It felt a little stiff. It was soft but not as plushy as I’d hoped it to be considering the weight penalty it already had due to the midsole foams installed in it. On a positive note, it’s the right kind of stiffness I want in a shoe. Perhaps  the Parallel Wave plate inserted within caused this. I gave consideration to the Wave Enigma 6 since it is a neutral-support shoe. It’s meant to have a more structured functionality.
Heading to the cushioning and ride topic, a runner must remember that the degree of cushioning can affect the shoes’ overall ride. Most shoes nowadays are beefed-up with unique cushioning technologies that brag an all-new level of “comfort”. As a consequence, the ride of the shoe feels dull or sluggish. I once bought a shoe that was generally known for its marshmallow-like cushion. Unfortunately, I ended up disliking it since it eats up additional energy or effort in every stride. It made me feel slow and tired than usual afterwards.   
I believe this is where Mizuno’s Wave Enigma 6 comes in. It’s one of the few pairs in the world that found the sweet spot between support and responsiveness. It might not be too squishy but it maintained my ground feel without compromising too much comfort. For me, that is relatively important than running in a very cushioned shoe. 
The Wave Enigma 6 compensated a lot when it comes to responsiveness. In long runs, I liked how the shoe remained stable due to the heel-to-toe transition guided by the Wave plate inside the midsole. It was fun and impressive. The transition of each stride was fast since the forefoot helped my feet launch quickly.  Despite being a support shoe, it felt a bit snappy.
 However, my guts tells me that the Wave plate itself, despite its effectiveness to distribute the impact received by the foot, causes the rigid feeling I had underfoot. It didn’t significantly affect anything in my performance actually. I’m just a weenie when it comes to the midsole area.
(The Wave Enigma 6 after 15Km run)
After additional miles logged into the shoe, the ride became more forgiving and comfortable. The stiffness of the shoe will eventually wear off. Just give it more time.
The upper construction of the shoe allowed my feet to stretch freely and naturally inside while running on uneven roads. When it comes to grip or traction, the outsole of the Wave Enigma 6 is definitely a winner. There was a time when I decided to train outdoors after raining. To fully test the grip, I decided to run on the wet sidewalks since it was more slippery than asphalt roads. The traction of the outsole performed well despite the condition I set.   
The Wave Enigma 6 is perfect for long distance runs and training sessions. It can take a serious beating in high mileage runs. The shoe was highly responsive and performed better than the other cushioned shoes I tested before. For neutral runners who tend to land on their heels, the Wave Enigma 6 can adequately provide the support you need. However, it needs a longer break in period to reduce the stiffness of the shoes.
I hope Mizuno will look into the possibility of reducing the weight of this trainer by making adjustments in its components and figuring out how to enhance the underfoot comfort. Aside from those, the shoe did a very fine job. Fine enough for me to consider it as my marathon trainer.

(I would like to thank our friends in Mizuno Philippines for providing us a sample of the Wave Enigma 6. It did not affect or had any bearing on the results of this review.)



RUNRIO Trilogy Race Series 2017: Bigger and Better

Running coach Rio dela Cruz of RUNRIO Events Inc. announces the start of this year’s most premiere running series in the country – the RUNRIO Trilogy 2017 at the Okada Manila in Paranaque City. 
Bigger and better, the Runrio Trilogy Race Series 2017 is made possible by Adidas, Gatorade, & Okada Manila. This year’s trilogy solidified its desire to help the community by choosing   YesPinoy Foundation as its event beneficiary this year.  

“We are excited to launch the Runrio Trilogy race series because there are many running enthusiasts out there who are looking forward to this event. This year marks the 7th year of the RUNRIO Trilogy, whose main objective is to educate runners to train and race progressively,” said award winning actor and YesPinoy ambassador Dingdong Dantes. ‘Aside from this, part of the proceeds of this year’s race series will go to the YesPinoy Foundation to support the organization’s philanthropic works” he added. 

RUNRIO will also be launching its new campaign “Heart to Finish”, which is expected to become the participant’s mantra for all RUNRIO races. 

“We at RUNRIO understand that people join races not just to run. It’s more because of their desire and passion to be able to finish their 21k, 32k, and 42k races with different motivations. We believe that if you run with your heart, anything is possible” said Coach Rio dela Cruz, President of RUNRIO Events, Inc. 
The first of the three legs is set for June 25 and features a half-marathon run including 10Km and 5Km run. The 2nd leg set on August 13 will showcase the “Afroman Distance” which is a 32Km run, with shorter distances- 21 Km, 10Km, and 5Km. The third and final leg will cap the series on October 1 with a full marathon distance of 42 Km that also includes 21 Km, 10Km, and 5Km distances. Runners who can complete the highest distance of all 3 races will be honored at the RUNRIO Trilogy Awards Night. 
“I would like to invite all  those who like running to join the RUNRIO Trilogy 2017. This unqiue running series will definitely provide runners a chance to train properly and to show how far they can go when the run with their heart,” said Coach Rio. 
The most awaited race series of the year is supported by Active Health, Summit Water, and Garmin Philippines. 
For more information, visit www.runrio.comor like the official Facebook page,Runrio Events Inc. 

Mizuno Wave Enigma 6: First Impressions

Mizuno Philippines had a test run for its latest release, the Mizuno Wave Enigma 6, at the SM Mall of Asia last April 19, 2017. 
The Wave Enigma 6 is specifically designed for runners with neutral pronation. Unlike its brother, the recently released Wave Rider 20, the Wave Enigma 6 boasts added cushion and support. Being a neutral runner myself, I was anticipating on how the shoe will deliver.
(Mr. Mickey Regala, Marketing Communications Supervisor of Mizuno Philippines, introduces the Wave Enigma 6)
Here are my initial impressions with the new Mizuno Wave Enigma 6:
The shoe weighs 11.2 ounces. In my book, that means that the shoe is leaning on the “heavy” category.  When I first tried the shoes, I immediately noticed the tad difference between its weight and the pair I was wearing earlier. It was understandable since the Wave Enigma 6 is beefed up with 2 different cushioning systems and the outsole has a full X10 blown rubber coverage. One shouldn’t expect that trainers like this would be as light as other performance shoes. 
(The Wave Enigma 6 utilizes a full X10 hard rubber outsole coverage)
Here’s the good news: During the actual test run, the weight of the Wave Enigma 6 was barely noticeable. I felt it but it didn’t have any significant effect on my strides nor pace. I have yet to see how the shoes will fare in long slow distance runs and sprints.
2.)  FIT and UPPER
It was a perfect lockdown. 
My heel sat pretty well within the heel cup of the shoe.  The toebox of the Wave Enigma 6 gave my toes a spacious room to wiggle around. I didn’t have any issues with the midfoot since the mesh wrapped around my feet just fine. It wasn’t too snug (which I often dread in some brands). The plush feel of the tongue and ankle collar was superb as well.

(The tongue and ankle collar of the Wave Enigma 6)
(The upper mesh construction of the Wave Enigma 6)
The upper construction of the shoe, which is composed of a breathable stretch mesh, is the result of Mizuno’s Dynamotion Fit technology. Mizuno aims to build a pair that will adapt to the natural motion of the feet. The Wave Enigma 6, in response to this, actually allowed my feet to move naturally while running. When it comes to fit and upper construction, this pair will not disappoint.

3.) SOLE
This is the part in which I had mixed reactions. Right after I wore the shoes, there’s one striking observation that came right in my head. It was VERY FIRM. I had other pairs that were softer. This one seems to beg differently. 
(The Wave Enigma 6 features different technologies in its midsole)
The Wave Enigma 6 didn’t feel soft as I expected it would be. In some cases, that’s also a good thing. Other brands invest on comfort by adding some kind of additional “cush” on their products’ midsoles. The result? You have a shoe that eats up additional energy in every stride and erases ground feel. Having a shoe with excessive cushioning can be disadvantageous.   
Also, there’s a lot of going-on in its midsole. It gave me the impression that the shoe focuses on providing that balance between premium cushioning and responsiveness. 
I was right.
According to Mickey Regala, the Marketing Communications Supervisor of Mizuno Philippines, he explained that the shoe features 3 materials in its midsole: The Parallel Wave plate, U4ic and U4icX midsole foams.
The Parallel Wave plate is the plastic-like material in between the midsole foams. This patented technology of Mizuno aims to equally disperse the shock received by the foot during the impact phase. My guess is that this plate plays a huge role in the Wave Enigma 6’s overall firmness, responsiveness, and ride.  
(The Trifecta: The Parallel Wave Plate in between the U4ic and U4icX foams)

The wave plate was then compressed with different midsole foams. The U4ic (white) is placed on top while the U4icX (orange), the softest midsole foam of Mizuno, is located at the bottom. I was curious on how these 3 different materials will work out together in the test run.

Here’s the answer: The Wave Enigma 6 was equally responsive in all trials I did during the test run: drills, easy pace, race pace, and sprints. The overall ride was great and the cushioning was adequate. Despite the weight penalty, the shoe performed well.  Just a slight improvement on the sole comfort will be great. 
The Wave Enigma 6 comes with a hefty price of Php 7, 495. It’s quite expensive. With different brands offering cheaper alternatives in the market, choosing this shoe will be a dilemma. 
This article will be fully updated after I log more mileage in the shoes. Stay tuned for the performance review.

 [I would like to thank our friends in Mizuno Philippines for providing us a pair of the Wave Enigma 6. This did not affect the results of the initial and performance review]



Nickelodeon Slime Cup Run on May 28, 2017 @ Mckinley West



               500 meters
  –  Php 350       
               1KM  –  Php 40  
               2KM –    Php 500
               4KM –    Php 600
DATE: May 28, 2017 (Sunday)

VENUE: Mckinley West, Taguig City


  Event starts at 5:00 AM

Option 1: On-lineRegistration

               – Click here to REGISTER

Option 2: In-store Registration

               – CHRIS SPORTS SM Mall of Asia

               – CHRIS SPORTS SM Megamall
               – CHRIS SPORTS SM North
               – CHRIS SPORTS Market Market
               – CHRIS SPORTS Glorietta

Laguna Run 2017: Climate Change Awareness and Mitigation- Moved to June 18

Fun Run activity on June 18, 2017 , Sunday at Nuvali Sta Rosa Laguna. This one day activity captioned as LAGUNA RUN 2017 “A Run for Climate Change Awareness and Mitigation”, is a running event that aims to raise environmental awareness/literacy in chosen public schools and help mitigate climate change by encouraging participants to plant indigenous fruit bearing trees in their community. 
This event further inspires unity, friendship, fitness and a healthy lifestyle. Moreover, this will highlight advocacy on saving mother earth and mitigate climate change through local actions and enhancing our environment.



               3KM –  Php 50
–  Php 60          

             10KM –  Php 80            

DATE: May 07, 2017 (Sunday) moved to June 18, 2017

VENUE: Nuvali, Sta. Rosa Laguna



Option 3: Registration Venues 
              – Toby’s SM Sta. Rosa
              – Toby’s SM Calamba
              – Toby’s Filinvest Mall

– 3 KM & 5 KM Category: 

Singlet, Race bib, Finisher’s Medal, Certificate of Completion, fruit bearing tree, and freebies.  

– 10 KM Category:

 Singlet, Race bib, Finisher’s Medal, Finisher’s Shirt, Certificate of Completion, fruit bearing tree, and freebies.  



Please visit the Laguna Run Official Facebook page for more details.

Run for Aspins on May 6, 2017 @ Camp Aguinaldo

The 2017 Run for Aspins, in partnership with the AFP K9 Unit and the PART (Philippine Animal Rescue Team), will be held on May 6, 2017, Saturday, at the Camp Aguinaldo in QC. The parade grounds will be the venue of the race assembly and an exciting RACE EXPO of products and services that will cater to both dogs and runners. An added treat for dog-enthusiasts will be jaw-dropping stunts as K9s from different AFP Units compete in their very own K9 Olympics and Exhibition.

                                                                   EVENT DETAILS


                    5KM Human          – Php 500 (Early Rate) / Php 600 (Regular Rate)
                   10KM Human          – Php 650 (Early Rate) / Php 750 (Regular Rate)
                   600M Man & Dog   – Php 500 (Early Rate) / Php 600 (Regular Rate)
                   2KM Man & Dog     – Php 650 (Early Rate) / Php 750 (Regular Rate)   
DATE: May 6, 2017 (Saturday)

VENUE: Camp Aguinaldo


                5KM Category –   TBA
              10KM Category –   TBA
              600KM Category – TBA
                2KM Category –   TBA 


1.) Deposit your payment for registration into the following bank accounts: 

Bank: Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI)
Account Name: Rundezvous Inc.
Current Account No: 2431-0082-14

Bank: Banco De Oro (BDO)
Account Name: Promax Business Solutions
Savings Account No: 3501762-99

2.) Proceed to the Online Registration Link: Click here

3.) Take a photo, scanned copy or screen shot of the deposit/transaction slip/fund transfer record and email to: with subject: ASPINS – (Distance Category). A confirmation email will be sent back to you in 1-2 days.

4. Race kit Claiming will scheduled a week before the race at your chosen Garmin Concept Store.


CMR BlackLight Run 2017 @ Filinvest City Alabang




               3KM (Deluxe) –  Php 850 Early Bird Rate/ Php 950 Regular Fee
(Deluxe) –  Php 850 Early Bird Rate/ Php 950 Regular Fee              
             10KM (Deluxe) –  Php 850 Early Bird Rate/ Php 950 Regular Fee            
               3KM (Rockstar) –  Php 1,350 Early Bird Rate/ Php 1500 Regular Fee
               5KM (Rockstar) –  Php 1,350 Early Bird Rate/ Php 1500 Regular Fee
(Rockstar) –  Php 1,350 Early Bird Rate/ Php 1500 Regular Fee

             6KM Blacklight Challenger – Php 1800 Early Bird Rate/ Php 2000 Regular Fee

DATE: May 27, 2017 (Saturday)

VENUE: Filinvest City, Alabang


  General Assembly Time (All Categories)– 8:00 PM

  6KM Category: 9:00 PM
10KM Category – 9:10 PM
  5KM Category – 9:35 PM
  3KM Category – 9:50 PM

Option 1: On-lineRegistration

               – Click this REGISTRATION LINK to process your online registration.
               – Read and follow the instructions carefully.

Option 2: SM Tickets

               – Purchase SM Tickets for the COLOR MANILA BLACKLIGHT RUN 0217.
               – Go to and click on REGISTER.
              – Fill-up the online form. When choosing payment, choose SM Tickets.
              – Enter your SM Ticket ID to complete your registration. (7-digit number)
              – You will receive an email confirmation with details on race kit claiming.
              – Please keep your SM Ticket for proof of payment.  

Option 3: Registration Venues 
              – TBA

All DELUXE Categories: 
               – One (1) Dri Fit Shirt, Headlamp, Race bib, Color packet, and Finisher’s Medal 

All ROCKSTAR Categories: 
               – One (1) Dri-Fit Shirt, Headlamp, Drawstring Bag, Foldable Water Bottle, Face Paint Tube, Color packet, and Finisher’s Medal

6KM Blacklight Challenger Category:
               – Two (2) Dri-Fit Shirt, Headlamp, Drawstring Bag, Foldable Water Bottle, Face Paint Tube, Color packet, and Finisher’s Medal Tri Series "DUAMAN Duathlon 2017"

The Duaman Duathlon is the second leg of the Tri Series. It is their perennial biggest event. designed both distances of the Duaman Duathlon to be short enough for the newbies and lung-busting enough for the seasoned duathlete. The Duaman Duathlon was the biggest recorded duathlon in Philippine history. Garnering over 900 participants from all walks of life and varying skill levels.

Nuvali is the Official Venue Partner of the Duaman Duathlon.



               FULL : 6KM Run / 20KM Bike / 3KM Run
               LITE :   3 KM Run/ 13KM Bike / 3KM Run

Early Rate: Until April 2, 2017 only

– Individual : Php 1,900
– Relay 2-man : Php 2,900 (For FULL Distance ONLY)

– Relay 3-man : Php 3,900 (For FULL Distance ONLY)

Regular Rate: April 3, 2017 to May 14, 2017

– Individual : Php 2,200
– Relay 2-man : Php 3,200 (For FULL Distance ONLY)

– Relay 3-man : Php 4,200 (For FULL Distance ONLY)

DATE: May 28, 2017 (Sunday)

VENUE: Nuvali, Sta. Rosa, Laguna



OPTION A: Bank Deposit via

Step 2- Deposit Payment to:

                  Account Name: Carlos de Guzman

                  Bank Account: Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI)
                  Account Number: 3379-0967-69

                 Account Name: Carlos de Guzman
Bank Account: Banco de Oro (BDO)
Account Number:132-024-11-99

  • Email us the completed registration form along with the deposit slip (with your name and contact number) to
  • Make sure to fill up all the important information like SHIRT SIZE, EMAIL, and CONTACT NUMBER.
  • We cannot encode what we cannot read. So make sure to send us a CLEAR IMAGE of your registration form.
  • Please don’t forget to write YOUR COMPLETE NAME and CONTACT NUMBER in the deposit slip.
  • Deposit slips WITHOUT the complete name and contact number WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.
  • Group registrations via Bank Deposits are allowed.
  • On the email, write on the subject 2017 Tri Series Registration – RACE NAME (race name : Aquaman / Duaman / Triman / Tripack ) to make sure its filtered properly.
  • Wait for a confirmation email from us. Do note that we will have to confirm your payment manually so give us 2-3 days to reply. If you don’t get a confirmation email within a week, kindly resend your email registration or contact us via our facebook page (@SWIMBIKERUNph).
  • Keep a copy of the completed registration form and the deposit slip for safekeeping.

OPTION B: In-store Registration

Unit 1, Woodridge Apartments, McKinley Hill, Taguig.
Tel.: 02-9854890
Shell Pacific Gas Station, Alabang-Zapote Road, Muntinlupa.
Tel.: 02-8096736
3Oth Ave., Two Parkade, Bonifacio High Street, Makati.
Tel.: 02-5532445
GF Bldg B. Solenad 3, Nuvali, Sto. Domingo, Sta. Rosa, Laguna.
Tel.: 049-2580780
SM CITY MALL OF ASIA, Seaside Boulevard, Pasay
Tel.: 02-5560680
126 Pioneer, Sparta Complex, Mandaluyong.
Tel.: +63917-8641014
SWIM BIKE RUN PH Headquarters 
#2 Kamagong St. Violago Homes III. Visayas Avenue, Q.C. (Waze / Google Maps : SBRPH SPORTS INC.)
Tel.: 02-4546735 (Office Hours Only)
OPTION C: Credit Card Payment thru

Click REGISTER to process your online registration.

Important Reminders:
– Entry fee is non-refundable, non-transferable, and non-applicable to future races.
– Race numbers are non-transferable.
– Your Dad / Brother’s hand me down bike is also allowed

Yakult 10-Miler 2017: Going Strong at 28 Years

MANILA – Yakult, in partnership with Mizuno and 100 PLUS, kicked-off its annual “Yakult 10-Miler” at the Liwasang Ullalim at the CCP Complex last March 5, 2017. For the first time in its 28-year history, the Yakult 10-Miler added a Half-Marathon Category in its event. 
Proactive, the well-known race organizer of Color Manila Runs, was the event organizer of the pioneer 10-Miler this year. The fusion of both premier bodies proved to be an effective tandem due to the dramatic developments added in this year’s run; the addition of finisher medals and post-race freebies in all registered kits. 

Aside from the delay in the official gun time for the 21 KM Category, the Yakult 10-Miler event transitioned smoothly. The route map for this year’s staging bested the previous ones. The roads were clear and checkpoints were monitored by race marshals. As expected, the hydration stations were sufficient and allocated effectively along the route while the post-race freebies were distributed without any hassle.
Yakult 10-Miler 2017’s Post-Race Freebies
Mizuno featured its latest release: The Wave Rider 20

Winners of the 21-KM Category- Male Division

Winners of the 21 KM Category – Female Division
Winners of the 16-KM Category- Male Division
Winners of the 16-KM Category- Female Division

Congratulations to all winners and finishers! See you again next year!


COLOR MANILA RUN Year 5: A Kaleidoscope Comes to Life

The Color Manila Run jump-started the 1st quarter of 2017 with a vibrant event last January 8, at the SM Mall of Asia Grounds. Now on its 5th year, thousands of registered runners were pelted with colored powder throughout the race route. The result? A color-stained shirt, tons of artsy photos, unlimited smiles, and epic memories that will last a lifetime.
Known as the most anticipated non-competitive run in the Philippines, the Color Manila Run maintains its goal to advocate a healthy and active lifestyle by adding fun to the running sport that Filipinos will surely enjoy. “I really felt the enjoyment of everybody in the event. In spite of the exhaustion, you can see the joy in their faces. It was a clear sign that Color Manila Run was successful in showing us that running can be a fun thing to do,” Dannika Rodriguez, a consultant at Misys Philippines, recounts her experience.
Dannika Rodriguez showing off her 21KM medal after a strong finish
Runners from various categories – 3K, 5K, 10K, and 21K, – ran through the race courses where different color stations and well-propped crews await them. “It was the perfect event to start my year.” says Milo Dagami, a technical support agent at Telstra Company who just finished a 10KM distance, “The crowd (race crew) at the color stations was very nice and friendly to me. It was awesome!”  Unlike other events in which most runners go home after running, most runners stay in the race village after completing in their respective categories. The programs prepared by organizers every year are exciting and fun as the race route itself.   
Milo Dagami during the Color Festival at the race village
IM Agency’s Michell Rosimo posing at one of the Color stations
The highlight of the post-run programs was the Color Festival; a post-run party in which participating runners simultaneously released the colored powders in the air and danced to the beat. “I had so much fun with other runners, especially during the Color festival at the race village,” shares Brian Tan, a software quality engineer. “I guess the best part about the race was being a part of it. Unlike usual competitive races, I didn’t have to worry about my personal record. I had a good time during and after running. It was a wonderful experience all throughout.”
Brian Tan and Dannika Rodriguez proudly shows their 21KM Finisher’s medal
Aside from the creative theme of the event, the Color Manila Run boasts a lot of freebies that gave participants a bang for their bucks. These included race singlets, dri-fit shirts, unique finisher medals and shirts, sunglasses, multi-way headwear, drawstring bags, pillows, hydrations, and even color packets to be used for the color festival! “The finisher items were a big bonus. I certainly love this years’ big and pretty medal.” Brian added. 
Color Manila Run race freebies PHOTO BY: Michelle Rosimo
The Color Manila Run tours in different parts of the country every year.  With different themes such as the Black Light Run, Costume run, Glitter Run, and others, the organizers never failed to bring something fun and memorable that runners of all ages will definitely enjoy all year round.  
Congratulations, Color Manila Run!

Featured Event: 7-Eleven RUN 2017

After the successful Run 800 in 2013, Run 1000 in 2014, Run 1500 in 2015 and Run 2016, 7-Eleven will be holding Run 2017 this coming February 5, 2017.

Run 2017 promises to be bigger and more exciting, featuring the same categories as last year’s race. Just like last year, Skyway and Filinvest City will be an event venue partner for the 42KM, 21KM, 10KM, 16KM, 10KM, 10KM Buddy, 5KM, 3KM and 500 Meter (Kids run).
Runners joining the 10KM, 16KM, 21KM, 42KM categories and 10KM Buddy Run will enjoy the course set along the Skyway. Those joining the 500M, 3KM and 5KM categories can look forward to an organized race course along Filinvest City.
Run 2017 is made possible with 7-Eleven’s unique system of SELF-SELECTED WAVE STARTS. This enables the participants to choose their wave start and run with people with the same skill or speed (or with friends!).
Top 3 per category will receive cash prizes and medals. Top 3 Filipino males and females in the 21KM and 42KM categories will be sponsored by 7-Eleven to join an international marathon in Asia. Top 3 organizations with the highest number of registrants will also receive a special trophy.
To join, register online at and pay the fees at any 7-Eleven store within 48 hours. Race Kits can be claimed on the date indicated on the receipt, and from the same store where payment has been made.
Join us and be part of Run 2017!


            42 KM Category– Php 1,500
            21 KM Category – Php 1,000
16 KM Category – Php 800
10 KM Category – Php 700
10 KM Category (Buddy) – Php 1,000
5 KM Category – Php 600
3 KM Category – Php 500 
500 M Category – Php 400

DATE: February 4-5, 2017 (Sunday)

VENUE: Skyway, Filinvest City, Alabang 


You may REGISTER at
– Follow carefully all instructions given.




Assembly Area: Filinvest City Alabang: Bridgeway Avenue and Spectrum Midway


Takbo Ng Todong Lakas!" Aliw Broadcasting Corporation "Pasasalamat@25" Anniversary Event.

MANILA- Aliw Broadcasting Corporation celebrated its 25th anniversary through a fun-run event entitled Takbo ng Todong Lakas! on October 23 at the CCP Complex, Pasay City.
Photo by Aliw Broadcasting Corporation Media

Hundreds of runners registered in different categories, spanning from 2.5 KM, 5 KM, and 10 KM distance categories.  The event kicked-off as Aliw Broadcasting Corporation President Josephine Reyes welcomed and thanked participating runners for joining the company’s Pasasalamat@25 anniversary. Morning exercises and warm-up activities were facilitated by the Takbo ng Todong Lakas!  fitness partner, Slimmers World.
Photo: 10 KM runners waiting for the official gun start
Runners got the chance to win exciting raffle prizes and have post-run freebies. Top finishers of each category were awarded with medals and special prizes by Aliw Broadcasting Corporation President, Ms. Josephine Reyes and Vice-President, Mr. Randy Cabangon. 

Gatorade Run 2016 on November 27 at the SM Mall of Asia


            11 KM Category– Php 1,110
            22 KM Category – Php 1,700

DATE: November 27, 2016 (Sunday)

VENUE: SM Mall of Asia Seaside Blvd.


            11 KM –  4:50 AM (Assembly time: 4:20 AM)
            22 KM – 4:00 AM (Assembly time: 3:30 AM)
11 KM Category: Singlet, Race Bib, D-Tag, Finisher Shirt, and Towel
22 KM Category: Singlet, Race Bib, D-Tag, Finisher Shirt, Finisher Medal, and Towel
*Finisher Medals and Towels in progress
Important Notes:
            -Validity of the Prepaid Card registration is until November 14, 2016.
            – All registrations are thru online.
            – Delivery fee of Php 150 + Php 50 web admin fee for credit card registration.
Credit Card Registration: September 12 – November 13 (Register here)
In-store Prepaid Card Availability: October 19 – November 13 (12:00 – 9:00 pm)                         
  • Adidas Solenad 3
  • Adidas BGC
  • Adidas Trinoma
  • Adidas Greenbelt 2
  • Adidas Eastwood

The Running Addict: Takbo Kontra Illegal Na Droga on October 16, 2016


            5 KM Category– Php 600
            3 KM Category – Php 500

DATE: October 16, 2016 (Sunday)

VENUE: Liwasang Ulalim, CCP Complex, Pasay City.


5 KM Category: Race Bib w/ Timing Chip, Race Tech Shirt, Finisher’s Medal, Ribbons, and other freebies.  
3 KM Category: Race Bib w/ Timing Chip, Race Tech Shirt, Finisher’s Medal, Ribbons, and other freebies.  
3 KM Category (Barefoot): Race Bib w/ Timing Chip, Race Tech Shirt, Finisher’s Medal, Ribbons, and other freebies.  


  • SPORTSHOUSE Mall of Asia
  • SPORTSHOUSE North Edsa
  • SPORTSHOUSE Megamall
  • GARMIN Glorietta 2

UNICEF Heroes for Children Run on September 4, 2016 at the SM Mall of Asia!



            500 M  Category – Php 300

            5 KM Category– Php 700
            10 KM Category – Php 800
            21 KM Category – Php 1,100

DATE: September 4, 2016 (Sunday)

VENUE: SM Mall of Asia, Pasay City


            500 M – 7:00 AM
            5 KM –   5:10 AM
            10 KM – 5:00 AM
            21 KM – 4:00 AM
500 M Category: Singlet, race bib, loot bags with sponsor freebies and drinks.  
5 KM Category: Singlet, race bib w/ timing device, loot bags with sponsor freebies and drinks.  
10 KM Category: Singlet, race bib w/ timing device, loot bags with sponsor freebies and     drinks.  
21 KM Category: Singlet, race bib w/ timing device, Finisher shirt, Finisher’s Medal, loot bags with sponsor freebies and drinks.  


Online registration will start on June 27 until August 19. In-store registration will start on July 25 until August 28.





Manila Half Marathon 2016 on August 21, 2016 at the CCP Open Grounds!



            5 KM  Category – Php 750

            10 KM Category– Php 850
            21 KM Category – Php 950

DATE: August 21, 2016 (Sunday)

VENUE: CCP Open Grounds, Pasay City


            5 KM – 5: 00 AM
            10 KM – 4:40 AM
            21 KM – 4:00 AM
5 KM Category: Singlet, race bib w/ timing device, loot bags with sponsor freebies and drinks.  
10 KM Category: Singlet, race bib w/ timing device, loot bags with sponsor freebies and     drinks.  
21 KM Category: Singlet, race bib w/ timing device, Finisher shirt, Finisher’s Medal, loot bags with sponsor freebies and drinks.  


Online registration will begin on June 27 until August 7. In-Store registration will begin on July 13 until August 14




40th MILO Marathon 2016 – Manila Eliminations on July 31, 2016 at the SM Mall of Asia

The 40th MILO Marathon 2016 Metro Manila-ELIMINATIONS will be held on July 31, 2016 at the SM Mall of Asia, Pasay City!
The MILO Marathon is the longest running and most awaited running event in the Philippines. For four decades, the MILO Marathon carved the names of numerous elite champions in history. Be part of the Filipino community’s traditional running event! 




            3 KM  Category – Php 150 ( Php 100 for students)

            5 KM Category–   Php 150 (Php 100 for students)
            10 KM Category – Php 650

             21 KM Category – Php 750

             42 KM Category – Php 850

*Interested participants are required to pay a non-refundable entry fee plus one (1) MILO 300g empty pack along side the accomplished and signed official registration form

*All 42 KM and 21 KM participants are required to present a “Fit-To-Run” medical certificate signed by a licensed physician within two (2) months before race day.

DATE: July 31, 2016 (Sunday)

VENUE: SM Mall of Asia, Pasay City


            3 KM – 5: 35 AM
            5 KM –  5:30 AM
            10 KM – 5:00 AM
            21 KM – 4:30 AM
            42 KM – 3:00 AM


– All 21 KM finishers within the cut-off time shall receive a Finisher’s medal,loot bag & Finisher’s shirt. 
– All 42 KM finishers within the cut-off time shall receive a Finisher’s medal,loot bag, Finisher’s shirt, and exclusive towel. 

Bonus Prizes for Local Runners:

– P100,000 bonus for the first runner who breaks the 2:15:00 invisible time barrier
– P50,000 bonus for the first runner who breaks the 2:18:53 men’s course record of Eduardo Buenavista

– P50,000 bonus for the first female runner who breaks the 2:48:00 women’s course record of Mary Joy Tabal

40th MILO Marathon Rules and Regulations: Rules and Regulations Handbook


                   – Toby’s MOA

                   – ASICS BGC
                   – ASICS Trinoma
                   – ASICS Grennbelt
                   – Fairview Terraces

                   – Timex SM Megamall

Manila Bay Clean-Up Run on July 10, 2016 at the CCP Complex, Pasay City!

The Manila Bay Clean-Up Run will be held on July 10, 2016 at the CCP Complex, Pasay City!
Now in its 6th year, the MBC run is an annual event that aims to raise and cultivate environmental awareness among the Filipino people while promoting a healthy lifestyle. Cross that finish line and get FREE Ride-All-You-Can tickets for two in Star City!      



            3 KM  Category – Php 550

            5 KM Category–   Php 650
            10 KM Category – Php 750

             21 KM Category – Php 900

DATE: July 10, 2016 (Sunday)

VENUE: Vicente Sotto St. CCP Complex, Pasay City


            3 KM – 5: 30 AM
            5 KM – 5:00 AM
            10 KM – 4:30 AM
            21 KM – 4:00 AM
3 KM Category: Race Bib (w/ RFID), singlet, loot bag, route map, and two (2) Star City Ride-      All-You-Can  tickets.   
5 KM Category: Race Bib (w/ RFID), singlet, loot bag, route map, and two (2) Star City Ride-     All-You-Can  tickets.   
9 KM Category: Race Bib (w/ RFID), singlet, loot bag, route map, and two (2) Star City Ride-     All-You-Can  tickets.   
21 KM Category: Race Bib (w/ RFID), singlet, loot bag, Finisher’s shirt, Finisher’s medal,           route map, and two (2) Star City Ride-All-You-Can  tickets.   
Registration is open for all interested individuals from May 2 to June 26, 2016

                   Planet Sports Trinoma
                   Planet Sports Glorietta
                   Planet Sports SM Mall of Asia

                  Manila Broadcasting Company Lobby

Photo courtesy of Manila Broadcasting Company

OYM: "On Your Mark Leg 2" on August 07, 2016 at the Mall of Asia, Pasay City!

Mizuno, a globally-renowned Japanese sportswear brand, brings you the second leg of their running trilogy “OYM: On Your Mark” Run on August 7, 2016 at the Mall of Asia, Pasay City!. The Philippine running community is bombed with several runs every month  and this will be one of the biggest runs that will hit this year!
After the 1st leg of the OYM held last May 22, 2016 at the Bonifacio Global City, event organizers Affinitea Run announces the 2nd leg of the trilogy which features a 21 KM category or a Half-Marathon distance this August. If you availed the OYM Trilogy Card, you should definitely join this race!


            5 KM  Category – Php 750

            10 KM Category– Php 850
            21 KM Category – Php 1000

DATE: August 07, 2016 (Sunday)

VENUE: Mall of Asia, Pasay City


            5 KM – 5: 30 AM
            10 KM – 5:00 AM
            21 KM – 4:30 AM
5 KM Category: Singlet, Race Bib, and Finisher’s Medal
10 KM Category: Singlet, Race Bib, Finisher’s Medal, and OYM Towel
21 KM Category: Singlet, Race Bib, Finisher’s Medal, and Timing Chip
In-store registration for On Your Mark Leg 2 will start on June 4, 2016, Saturday at 1:00pm.

                   Mizuno Trinoma
                   Mizuno Alabang Town Center
                   Mizuno Bonifacio Global City
                   Mizuno SM Megamall
                   Mizuno SM Mall of Asia
                  Affinitea Osmeña Highway, Makati
                  Affinitea Binakayan
                  Affinitea SM North

                  Garmin Glorietta



5 Points That Made the Color Manila Run: Black Light Edition a SUCCESS

Did you run at the Color Manila Run Black Light Edition – Manila 2016? If not, you have may have missed out a great run party. Here’s my honest take regarding the most talked-about color run this month.
1.) It was a 100% FUN-run!
            There are only 3 reasons why I join a race: 1.) I want to break my official PR whenever I can, 2.) train for longer distances, and 3.) I want to earn that cool finisher shirt. With those being said, I’ll fall straight under the “serious runners” category.  Joining and running at Color Manila’s ‘Black Light’ 2016 edition was amazingly unnatural for me. My only GOAL in this race was to slow down and enjoy.There was no air of “competitiveness” around. Yes, there was a lot of walking that happened in this run. One must understand that the exact point of the event was simple: You’re not supposed to take it seriously. Everyone was there to have fun, play around on the streets, and exhaust the entire distance making memories with their friends and families. 

For a “serious runner” like me, it was like having a long recess with thousands of kids after a very complicated subject in school. It’s break time!

PS: A special shout-out to those brave men who brought Star Wars Lightsabers. That was a pretty awesome idea.

2.) It promotes a CLEAN party experience.

            Because of the recent issues that circulated in the news recently, the organizers of Color Manila Run took the mantle of responsibility and encouraged all runners to have a CLEAN party. The definition of “CLEAN” meant no alcohol and no drugs. You want to get drunk? Get and fill yourself with Vita Coco. The gesture done by the organizers during the jumpstart of the event was an impressive show of credibility to their clients. The Color Manila Run remained faithful in promoting a healthy lifestyle and an enjoyable running experience for everybody.  Great job on this one, CMR!

3.) It was well-ORGANIZED.

            Most of the runners had a pleasant experience (There is no such thing as a perfect event). The implementation of registration mechanics, set-up of the race village, transition of each running category, hydration, road facilitation, quality of race inclusions, and distribution of kits and freebies were all good. I always had this tendency to criticize every run I join in, and I have nothing to say about this run. Yes, the registration fee was quite expensive but it was fair, considering how everything turned out. Organizing a smooth event like this with a registered number of 9,000 runners is a commendable feat.

4.) It’s goes NATIONWIDE.

            Different editions of the Color Manila Run are held in several parts of the country every year. During the press conference at the Prive’, I had the chance to see the races that the CMR had organized throughout the years. It was amazing to imagine the number of people who actually participate in this kind of race. It didn’t matter whether you are from Manila or Davao, Luzon or Mindanao. 

The Color Manila Run surely brought the fun in Filinvest, Alabang that night. 

5.) It is a Run-For-A-Cause event.

            The CMR supports humanitarian advocacies. The Color Manila Foundation Inc is an organization that aims to help educate and support our fellow Filipinos. The event promotes a Shoebox drive that will benefit the people of the Mangyan and Dumagat tribes. It’s good to know that I was going run in an event that has a motive to help others and not just make profits.  It’s one of those events that has a HEART.