OFFICIAL RESULTS: FaRT 4 – Spider 21K Trail Run

Posted in Uncategorized on April 14, 2014 by jonel c mendoza

FaRT 4 – Spider 21K Trail Run

April 13, 2014

Cabuyao, Tuba, Benguet

Cutoff Times: 3:30:00 10K, 7:00:00 21K

Congratulations to all the finishers! Thank you for your hardcore support as always.

Thank you to all the volunteers led by Nick Pasiken, Robert Watson, Mark Villafuerte, Tom and Gay Baniwas, James and Al Tellias, Joel Bengtay, Dino Mantilez, Larry Estoesta, Marcelo Bautista and Ms. Che Alberto for facilitating the registration.

Thank you to Izzy Esteron(Run Izzy RFID TIMING SYSTEM) for the RFID timing, our first! 10250838_10152354387954837_409034754_n

FaRT4 120

FaRT4 065

10171742_10152180402737928_323810187719360847_n   10003542_10152180400262928_1789057967900873313_n 10006563_10152180399782928_3711462894516365319_n

10172792_692220067502846_8179826737991017398_n

 

10172870_10200826108493515_3800158520772851395_n

NAME *SPLIT TIME @ 10K *FINISH TIME

  1. Sandi Menchi Abahan, 1:47:34, 3:11:25, Overall Champion
  2. George Killo, 1:56:56, 3:25:26, Men’s Champion
  3. Joe Wacangan, 2:04:04, 3:54:44, Men’s 1st Runner-up
  4. Jasper Garcia, 2:05:45, 3:59:01, Men’s 2nd Runner-up
  5. Maurine Gaspar, 2:21:42, 4:10:43, Women’s 1st Runner-up
  6. Carlo Gonzalez, 2:16:52, 4:16:33
  7. Johanness Pascua 2:16:51, 4:31:02
  8. Vladimir Hernandez, 2:29:24, 4:40:34
  9. Jeoffrey Pagaduan, 2:17:52, 4:44:01
  10. Oliver Alcido, 2:37:49, 4:48:53
  11. Roxanne Maquinto, 2:37:28, 4:51:00, Women’s 2nd Runner-up
  12. Ryan Jucutan, 2:39:03. 4:52:11
  13. Nino Murao, 2:34:52, 4:56:26
  14. Brian Guleng, 2:34:48, 5:03:06
  15. Jazz Paringit, 2:35:24, 5:03:54
  16. Ralph De Guzman, 2:40:35, 5:11:36
  17. Jorell Paringit, 2:56:51, 5:15:58
  18. Joe Sal-ey, 2:50:45, 5:20:04
  19. Katrina Luspian, 2:51:03, 5:36:08
  20. Jovencio Luspian, 2:51:04, 5;36:09
  21. Myla Go, 3:11:37, 5:47:45
  22. Wilnar Iglesia, 3:11:36, 5:47:46
  23. Roy Ochavo, 3:12:10, 5:47:47
  24. Karla Rarick, 3:06:36, 5:48:00
  25. James Rarick, 2:59:32, 5:50:38
  26. Jean-Michel Pedroso, 2:58:55, 5:51:08
  27. Paolo Cenizal, 3:11:02, 6:01:38
  28. Kim Octubre, 3:08:49, 6:03:22

30 Starters/28 Finishers=93% Success Rate

OFFICIAL RESULTS: 3rd Mount Ugo Trail Marathon

Posted in Uncategorized on March 31, 2014 by jonel c mendoza

3rd MOUNT UGO TRAIL MARATHON

4:00 AM- 2:00 PM, March 30, 2014

Kayapa, Nueva Vizcaya, Philippines

Lowest Elevation: 1121 meters above sea level(3363 feet)

Highest Elevation: 2170 meters above sea level(6510 feet)

Total Elevation Gain: 5955 feet

TECHNICAL DATA courtesy of Ronnel Go

http://connect.garmin.com/activity/471961010

 

UP NEXT: FOUR LAKES 100/ OLD SPANISH TRAIL 65 http://frontrunnermagph.wordpress.com/2013/08/01/2014-four-lakes-100-old-spanish-trail-65/

 

DSC_19902

Congratulations to all the finishers and thank you to all the participants for your hardcore support!

Thank you to Gatorade and Pepsi-Cola for the beverages and Universal Robina Corporation for Refresh Purified Drinking Water and Red Dragon Energy Drink, Messrs. Ed Yonzon, Januarius Padilla, Brian Addams Guleng, and Ms.Sharen Bonayon.

Thank you to the Local Government Units of Kayapa and Itogon, Benguet, and the Nueva Vizcaya Tourism Office.

 

21 Kilometers, Cutoff 5:00:00 Hours

  1. Marcelo Bautista, 1 hour 55 minutes 23 seconds, OVERALL CHAMPION/NEW COURSE RECORD
  2. Joel Bengtay, 1:56:17, FIRST RUNNER UP/BROKE OLD COURSE RECORD
  3. Roland Wangwang, 1:59:00, SECOND RUNNER UP/BROKE OLD COURSE RECORD
  4. Al Tellias, 2:00:39
  5. Michael Pagnas, 2:26:37
  6. Mark Jakeson Jade Gauuan, 2:38:38
  7. Lua Angela Limbo, 2:38:40, WOMEN’S CHAMPION
  8. Mary Gold Dela Cruz, 2:41:56, WOMEN’S FIRST RUNNER UP
  9. Ryan Cortez, 2:43:40
  10. Romeo Alcantara, Jr., 2:45:26
  11. Ishyl Pagnas, 2:46:10, WOMEN’S SECOND RUNNER UP
  12. Janele Ong, 2:53:29
  13. Bunny Casiraya, 2:53:53
  14. Donna Mauting, 3:04:26
  15. Nick Pasiken, 3:08:26
  16. Alex Tumbaga, 3:09:30
  17. Manuel Torralba, 3:11:49
  18. Marie Joyce Negapatan, 3:12:05
  19. BJ Agonoy, 3:14:47
  20. Ellany Anlap, 3:15:57
  21. Marvin Sison, 3:23:45
  22. Louie Salvador, 3:24:50
  23. Rhoda Sison, 3:25:51
  24. Satur Eugenio, 3:27:11
  25. Kristine Joy Cerame, 3:35:31
  26. James Lim, 3:37:40
  27. Jefferson Jay Sensano, 3:37:50
  28. Ray Abenojar, 3:43:27
  29. Gegie Santos, 3:55:50
  30. Chicklet Flores, 3:57:34
  31. Joyce Carreon, 4:02:47
  32. Jake Pescador, 4:04:46
  33. Ness Manila, 4:15:50
  34. Vivian Toledo, 4:28:54
  35. Ronald Robles, 4:32:05
  36. Jimmy Gabriel 4:33:37
  37. Richard Toledo, 4:36:51
  38. Marlea Dulnuan, 4:38:59
  39. Jo Leo Gambito, 4:39:00
  40. Jannine Barrientos, 4:43:30
  41. Arlene Calidtaran, 4:43:31
  42. Grace Ruperto, 5:20:54

 

 

42 Kilometers, Cutoff 10:00:00 Hours

  1. Dino Mantilez, 4:47:10, OVERALL CHAMPION
  2. James Tellias, 4:47:37, FIRST RUNNER UP
  3. Mark Villafuerte, 4:54:32, SECOND RUNNER UP
  4. Larry Estoesta, 5:06:01
  5. Sandi Menchi Abahan, 5:29:41, WOMEN’S CHAMPION/NEW WOMEN’S COURSE RECORD
  6. Robert Watson, 5:35:40
  7. Alain Vincent, 6:26:05
  8. Allan Gregor Bulos, 6:29:59
  9. Earl Warren Navor, 6:38:51
  10. Jeff Poblete, 6:41:58
  11. Jake Manzano, 6:45:24
  12. Dennis Lopez, 6:50:40
  13. Noel Fabros, 6:50:41
  14. Darwin Pagayon, 6:59:49
  15. Mon Iti, 7:17:53
  16. Victor Callos, 7:19:12
  17. Ronnel Go, 7:20:16
  18. Mark Lambino, 7:20:49
  19. Jojo Dela Cruz, 7:22:10
  20. Camelo Balugo, 7:23:16
  21. Marc Conrad Molina, 7:25:45
  22. Bauding Meldwyn, 7:35:53
  23. Rastom Tictic, 7:35:56
  24. Rupert Ong, 7:36:47
  25. Klaus Gimeno, 7:40:44
  26. Wilfredo Astadan, 7:46:59
  27. Rashel Peña, 7:53:38, WOMEN’S FIRST RUNNER UP
  28. Glenn Mercado, 7:59:37
  29. Oriel Vista, 8:01:03
  30. Roselle Duldulao, 8:01:39, WOMEN’S SECOND RUNNER UP
  31. Michael Francis Guanlao, 8:01:47
  32. Jomari Waayan, 8:09:49
  33. Naval Vizconde, 8:09:50
  34. Arman Garcia, 8:19:32
  35. Marween Gonzales, 8:22:48
  36. Voltron Visda, 8:24:34
  37. Kian Llanda,8:27:57
  38. Rizzalyn Damaso, 8:29:45
  39. Romar Flores, 8:30:40
  40. Eric Aguilar, 8:38:45
  41. Leo Año, 8:39:23
  42. Dianne Palogan, 8:42:10
  43. Roxanne Maquinto, 8:49:29
  44. James Roldan 8:50:16
  45. Christopher Estacio, 8:53:20
  46. Jonard Gamboa, 8:54:01
  47. Nathaniel Navarro, 8:54:55
  48. Manny Ocampo, 8:54:56
  49. Ted Famaliga, 8:55:07
  50. Jazz Paringit, 8:56:16
  51. Jorell Paringit, 8:56:17
  52. Oliver Alcido, 8:57:48
  53. Dom Principe, 9:01:50
  54. Steven Valenzuela, 9:10:15
  55. Khris Caleon, 9:10:30
  56. Tin Ferrera, 9:11:48
  57. Karlene Sebastian, 9:22:45
  58. CJ Escandor, 9:22:46
  59. George Ged-ang, Jr., 9:24:37
  60. Jan Padilla, 9:44:29
  61. Knell Villena, 9:50:08
  62. Sammy Revita, 9:55:37
  63. Cecilio Besares, 10:02:17
  64. JC Campomanes, 10:13:10
  65. Ma. Theresa Villanueva, 10:14:21
  66. Enrique Sulat, 10:14:22
  67. Jericho De Jesus. 10:40:00
  68. Kendrick Agustin, 10:44:33
  69. Johanna Padua, 10:44:34
  70. Glenn Tibus, 11:08:25
  71. Christ Ivyn Tababa, 11:59:40

OFFICIAL RESULTS: FaRT 3, Run To The Clouds 50K

Posted in Uncategorized on March 17, 2014 by jonel c mendoza

3:00 AM – 1:00 PM, March 16, 2014

Start: Ambuklao Dam View Deck, Bokod, Benguet

Finish: Mount Cabuyao Transmitter Station, Tuba, Benguet

1920628_627792573960337_513233439_n

Technical Data courtesy of Rey Jimenez

http://connect.garmin.com/activity/461825327

1558380_10152037124363602_1741224856_n

Time Splits

Station 1: Adunot Bridge, Km 10

  1. Robert Watson, 49:00
  2. Marcelo Bautista, identical
  3. Juny Rex Carreon, identical
  4. Jess Magat, identical
  5. Mark Villafuerte, identical
  6. Sandi Abahan, 49:38
  7. Joe Wacangan, 58:10
  8. Rey Jimenez, identical
  9. Kenedy Datong, 59:00
  10. Alfred Delos Reyes, 1:01:40
  11. Carlo Gonzales, identical
  12. Rashel Peña, 1:03:20
  13. Geo-will Bungay, 1:05:30
  14. Lyza Jardin, identical
  15. Gay Baniwas, 1:10:26

Station 2: Benguet-Nueva Vizcaya Road, Km 20

  1. Juny Rex, 1:46:30
  2. Marcelo, 1:48:00
  3. Mark, 1:51:18
  4. Sandi, 1:59:14
  5. Jess, 1:59:30
  6. Robert. 2:06:30
  7. Joe, 2:26:12
  8. Rey, 2:27:50
  9. Alfred, 2:31:50
  10. Kenedy, 2:32:40
  11. Carlo, 2:33:30
  12. Rashel, 2:44:10
  13. Geo-will, 3;01:30
  14. Lyza, identical
  15. Gay, identical

Station 3: Pacdal Circle, Km 33

  1. Marcelo, 3:08
  2. Juny Rex, 3:09
  3. Mark, 3:25
  4. Sandi, 3:38
  5. Jess, 3:45
  6. Robert, 4:02
  7. Joe, 4:23
  8. Rey, identical
  9. Alfred, 4:24
  10. Carlo, 4:35
  11. Kenedy, 4:36
  12. Rashel, 4:57
  13. Gay, 4:42
  14. Lyza, 4:43
  15. Geo-will, identical

Finish Line: Mount Cabuyao Transmitter Station, Km 50

  1. Juny Rex Carreon, 4:49:33 Overall Champion
  2. Marcelo Bautista, 4:51:19 First Runner Up
  3. Mark Villafuerte, 5:26:59 Second Runner Up
  4.  Sandi Abahan, 5:33:01 Women’s Champion
  5. Jess Magat, 5:53:49
  6. Robert Watson, 6:10:01
  7. Alfred Delos Reyes, 6:45:25
  8. Carlo Gonzales, 7:02:08
  9. Joe Wacangan, 7:05:17
  10. Rey Jimenez, 7:09:49
  11. Kenedy Datong, 7:29:02
  12. Rashel Peña, 7:54:14 Women’s First Runner Up
  13. Geo-will Bungay, 8:50:55
  14. Lyza Jardin, 8:51:10, Women’s Second Runner Up
  15. Gay Baniwas, identical Women’s Second Runner Up

1146470_627676843971910_1085981687_n

Congratulations to all the finishers and thank you for your hardcore support. And to the first-timers, welcome to the wonderful world of underground ultramarathon, this is as simple as it gets.

Thank you to Che Alberto for helping facilitate the registration and to volunteers Chief Photographer Nick Pasiken, Joven Luspian, Brian Addams Guleng and Mae Cadayona.

The Call Of The Wild From This Side Of The Ultra Trail World: Race Director’s Report, 2014 H1/P1

Posted in Uncategorized on February 25, 2014 by jonel c mendoza

1723251_10200580798600921_1694816492_n

After finishing Steve Jobs’ autobiography and getting acquainted with his Reality Distortion Field thing, I decided to stand firm all the more on the new cutoff time that was to be implemented in this year’s edition of Hardcore Hundred Miles, H1 for short or as it is more notoriously called. From last year’s inaugural deadline of 46:00:00 hours, I trimmed it to 40:00:00 hours(16:00 in Babadak Cutoff and 26:00:00 in Dayap Cutoff, down from 18:00 and 30:00 hours respectively) which was incidentally the original limit in my mind.

Amid some catcalls, questions and threats of non-appearance, I was deadset nonetheless. And for many good reasons.

In 2013, the average time spent by runners in the 13 aid stations amounted to thirty minutes with some participants lingering for as long as an hour for a variety of valid reasons. This, plus the time spent sleeping out of sheer tiredness on any place along the course resembling a sleeping bed, be it a rock, rice paddy or simply the bare ground contributed to something like seven to nine hours total just “whiling” the time away. Do not get me wrong, it is alright to rest along the way but scheduling stops and the period spent in each must be carefully laid out and followed and be made part of a well-drawn battle plan.

That said, I also reduced the aid stations to just eleven, with the purpose of getting everyone on the move. Average stop time in the aid stations was down to just ten minutes in 2014!

This year, I added a side event, Pulag 100 kilometers(P1), that would start at the same time and trace 70% of the route of H1 and finish in Dayap. But with a twist; anyone wanting to upgrade to H1 may do so provided he will make it in the intermediate cutoffs in Babadak, Km 62(16:00:00) and Dayap, Km 102(26:00:00). Of the 12 participants, only three finished and no one took the H1 Challenge. Next year, perhaps?

If last year’s edition was rainy and driving winds blew cold from start to finish, 2014 was marked by heavy fog especially during the night trek back to Dayap after the daytime assault to the Pulag grasslands. So thick and so cold, some runners simply gave up and sought refuge in households along the route. Based on the reports, most stopped between the section from Banao to Dayap where one passes through the fringes of Mount Ambasa.

Zero visibility was also recorded in the Dayap-Castillo-Amelong section.

Learning from last year’s experience, I gathered four of my friends to mark the first sixty two kilometers a full week ahead of the event and I even personally put up fresh markers along the Dayap-Kayapa Proper East section while the event was in progress in the hope that there would be lesser chances of marking sabotage.

I introduced blinking lights, used reflectorized strips, bigger tarpaulin directional signs, wider and longer colored ribbons to mark each section and gave out colored maps clearly detailing the relative distances and altitudes of each aid station and as usual, gave out a pre-race briefing and showed some pictures of the marking process on social media as well. I even spray painted various surfaces using reflectorized paint to mark the route.

The first daylight, February 21, came and went with good weather although foggy at times and most runners finding their way through to Napo and eventually the grasslands with nary a problem with directions. It was as darkness fell at the crossroads to Ambaguio/Napo/Cabayo that some got confused. This, inspite of my repeated demonstrations at the briefing on where to go and the adequate markings we put in. I learned later that some markings were gone.

Along the Banao-Dayap section where during the daylight part, all runners did not have difficulty finding their way given the markings, I later found out that one marker led to a household. It was during the second night when some runners followed a ribbon that led them to a house. What happened was that the mother admitted that her son took the marking and displayed it inside their compound! I was not remiss in reminding elders and children we met during our marking not to remove the hangings until a week after but apparently this went unheeded in some instances.

In all the trail events I have done, H1, this year, was the most heavily-marked and I have four companions and three marshals to attest to this. This is why I felt disappointed when I read that somebody commented that the course was poorly marked. My question is, if others are able to find their way without  missing a step, heavy fog and all,  how come others cannot? But then again, many factors contribute to this because by nighttime, plain tiredness start to kick in. The prevailing cold does not help any better thereby concentration dips. This is all part of the ultra trail experience.  A moment of indecision and lack of focus will result in failure. Common sense and good judgement also play a good part in finding one’s way to the correct path as well.

Indeed, many things can happen in a forty-hour race especially the ones conducted high up in the mountains and in the middle of nowhere. And I mean remote, without electricity and with households set kilometers apart. To give you two classic examples, a P1 participant who eventually made it officially almost gave up everything only to find out when he was fetched by his buddies that he was merely 200 meters away from the finish line. An H1 participant decided to call it a day after giving up, knocked in one of the houses in the middle of the night to seek refuge and when daybreak came and he started his evacuation to the finish, he found out he was just about 500 meters away from an aid station. Such was the effect of heavy fog, biting cold weather, weariness and sleepiness on the participants. H1=Hallucination Hundred? Possible. I have seen a lot of strange things happen in ultras(at least those that run through the night) where you only have darkness and nothingness for company.

The eleven aid stations were filled with food and drinks ranging from hot rice meals, chicken ala pinikpikan, cooked vegetables, noodles, eggs, ground pork, chocolates, biscuits, strawberry and peanut butter sandwiches, soda, energy drinks, electrolyte drinks, hopia, water, coffee and chocolate drinks-mostly coming from generous friends and sponsors. The Banao team even cooked native chicken arrozcaldo served appropriately during the cold of the second night. Not for bragging and modesty aside, any frontRUNNER and KOTM event always has its tables filled more than enough with a variety of food and drinks.

Given that I did not make a call for volunteer duties because I knew how hard it was to get to the aid stations all the while carrying supplies, I was surprised to receive messages from prospective volunteers as early as late last year. I welcomed their services but held a little back knowing there might be non-appearances inspite of their promises. In the end, while others did not come, most came and fulfilled their commitment to help and I sincerely thank them for that.

From last year’s forty three pioneers, attendance was down to thirty. Six countries were represented-Philippines, Australia, USA, Malaysia, Singapore, and South Korea. But as I have always said, I would rather have thirty battle-ready warriors properly geared for war and see this to the end successfully. What good would it be to have a pocketful when others will just fall off along the way and can’t be properly monitored for forty hours?

In the end, only fourteen made it within forty hours with two others missing the deadline by just minutes. Indeed, hard lessons will have to be learned, training plans will have to be reviewed all over again should the others decide for revenge. Nine came back either for redemption or for the sheer pleasure of reliving the H1 experience. Some repeaters were successful, others were not. Some made it in their second try, but yet again, others did not. Twenty one H1 novices attempted, some triumphed, others sadly did not.

Seeing the results and having eight course record breakers, I felt vindicated in putting my complete trust and confidence in the ultra trail runner, forty and twenty six could be done, just think Reality Distortion Field!

I salute each H1 and P1 participant for taking on a challenge previously unheard of in local ultra trail running history. To this day, Hardcore Hundred Miles remains to be the longest single stage mountain trail run in the country. And P1, though 100 kilometers “only” in distance, is sure to beat the hell out of any one with its sheer elevation gain and Mount Pulag to boot.

You have rightfully earned my utmost respect and let me once again thank you for your hardcore support.

For offering up your best defense, your innocence has ended.

And to the following friends and sponsors who made the event a success and life easier for the participants, I would not have been able to pull this without you, so please accept my heartfelt gratitude; Isko Lapira (KOTM Technical Consultant), Nick Pasiken (Dayap terminator and Pulag 100 Assistant Race Director, etc.), Robert and Mae Watson (4×4 service vehicle and Dayap Marshal, etc.), Trace Pineda (Babadak terminator), James Roldan (4×4 Service vehicles), Piyod Alberto (4×4 Service vehicles), Lester Chuayap(Souvenir H1 patches), Ed Yonzon (Universal Robina Corporation products), Januarius Padilla (Pepsico products), Milo and Andrew Neri, Soleus GPS Watch and Judith Staples, Karlene Sebastian (Cobra Energy Drink), Dennis Uy, MGen Jovie Narcise (Beer), Myla Go (Eng Bee Tin Hopia, Reflectorized tapes and Napo-Tuyak/Balete volunteer), Boo and Vivian Toledo, and Cindy Sevilla (Napo-Tuyak/Balete volunteers), Mark Villafuerte (Dayap volunteer/Masseur), Joyce Llanda and Juvy Pagtalunan (Banao volunteers), Tom and Gay Baniwas and children (Kayapa Proper East volunteers), Allan Bulos, Goldy Dela Cruz and Dennis Lopez (Domolpos volunteers), Wilfredo Libcon, Dindo, Celso, John and Bernardo (local marshals), Teachers Saquing and Leni of Banao Elementary School, Principal Onofre of Kayapa Central School, Mayor John Balasya of Kayapa, Mayor Victorio Palangdan of Itogon, Barangay Chairman Benjamin Medino of Tinongdan, Itogon, Benguet, Nueva Vizcaya Tourism Council  and Ms. Emerita Albas of the Mount Pulag National Park.

Let me assure you that for next year, the cutoff times, forty hours(H1) and twenty six hours(P1) shall remain to include the intermediate cutoff times. The set up will always be as simple and fancy-free because I want the participants to do what they signed up for-hit the ground running- and to expect a no-gloves treatment. There shall be no quarters given and times will be strictly implemented.

For whatever shortcomings I have had this year, I ask for your indulgence with my personal conviction to do better next year.

To the future aspirants, please do not take H1 nor P1 lightly given the high DNF rate. I am not using the words Hardcore and Uphills in vain here. When doing H1 and P1 or any of the KOTM events, please bear in mind that the words really mean what they mean, they are not euphemisms. When all is said and done, I can assure you that you will learn to utter them with more restraint and respect but with more pride. Should you wish to join, PLEASE train well and hard and ask the previous participants for advices. As a two-time H1 finisher said, H1 is a “post-graduate” ultra trail race. I can guarantee you he knows his business.

If you think forty and twenty six hours are impossible, think hard and think again. Think Reality Distortion Field.

Remember that the mountains have lives of their own and have many ways of taming the wild in you, therefore, you must respect them.

Until then, happy trail running!

VICTORY FAVORS THE PREPARED. 

OFFICIAL RESULTS: 2014 Hardcore Hundred Miles/Pulag 100 Trail Ultramarathon

Posted in Uncategorized on February 24, 2014 by jonel c mendoza

12:01 AM February 21 – 4:00 PM February 22, 2014

Kayapa, Nueva Vizcaya, Philippines

h1 buckle

h1 token1723251_10200580798600921_1694816492_n

100-miles-map-lowres (1) - Copy - Copy

Your innocence has ended.

Congratulations to all the finishers, course record breakers, second time finishers, and those who sought redemption!

To all the participants, thank you for making H1 and P1 a part of your ultra trail running experience.

Until we meet again.

Coming up;

http://frontrunnermagph.wordpress.com/2013/08/01/3rd-mount-ugo-trail-marathon/

http://frontrunnermagph.wordpress.com/2013/08/01/2014-four-lakes-100-old-spanish-trail-65/

Technical Data courtesy of Mark Jolin, 2014 H1 participant and official finisher;

http://www.everytrail.com/view_trip.php?trip_id=2676953

PULAG 100

Starters: 12

Fiinishers:3

TIME SPLITS

PANGAWAN, Km 14

  1. Dino Mantilez 1:40
  2. Mac Azanes 2:04
  3. Rollie Dela Cruz 2:14
  4. Rodelyn Guidaben 2:15
  5. Alain Llaguno 2:15
  6. Ariel Briones 2:17
  7. Alex Jones 2:32
  8. Stanley Dela Cerna 2:32
  9. Cheryl Bihag 2:33
  10. Jonathan Ramos 2:35
  11. Bong Bernardez 3:06
  12. Brian Tan Seng 5:23

BANAO, Km 28

  1. Dino, 3:41
  2. Mac 4:43
  3. Rollie 4:56
  4. Rodelyn 5:19
  5. Alain, 5:20
  6. Ariel 5:30
  7. Alex 5:45
  8. Cheryl 5:57
  9. Stanley 6:00
  10. Jonathan 6:03
  11. Bong 6:28

NAPO-TUYAK, Km 44

  1. Dino 6:51
  2. Mac 8:30
  3. Rollie 8:53
  4. Cheryl 9:46
  5. Alain 9:47
  6. Rodelyn 9:48
  7. Ariel 9:55
  8. Alex 9:57
  9. Bong 10:51
  10. Jonathan 10:51
  11. Stanley 10:53

BABADAK, Km 62, Cutoff 16:00:00 hours

  1. Dino, 10:25
  2. Mac 13:07
  3. Rollie 13:07
  4. Rodelyn 14:54
  5. Alain 14:54
  6. Cheryl 14:54
  7. Ariel 15:49

BALETE, Km 74

  1. Dino 13:10
  2. Rollie 16:13
  3. Mac 16:15
  4. Rodelyn 18:37
  5. Alain 18:37
  6. Cheryl 18:43
  7. Ariel 19:08

BANAO, Km 91

  1. Dino 15:47
  2. Rollie 20:58
  3. Mac 20:58
  4. Rodelyn 24:32
  5. Alain 24:32
  6. Ariel 24:34
  7. Cheryl 25:25

FINISH LINE DAYAP, Km 102 Cutoff 26:00:00 hours

  1. Dino Mantilez 17:49 
  2. Mac Azanes 24:51
  3. Rollie Dela Cruz 25:14

HARDCORE HUNDRED MILES

Starters: 29

Finishers: 14

PANGAWAN, Km 14

  1. James Tellias 1:40
  2. Joel Bengtay 1:40
  3. Ronie Nullar 1:40
  4. Marcelo Bautista 1:40
  5. Aldean Lim 1:44
  6. Gene Olvis 1:45
  7. Jhonley Ballesteros 1:58
  8. Jonnifer Lacanlale 1:58
  9. Todd Kasteler 1:59
  10. Mark Jolin 1:59
  11. Majo Liao 2:00
  12. Robert Watson 2:03
  13. George Javier 2:04
  14. Elmar Bob Tolete 2:08
  15. Sang Seung Oh 2:08
  16. Jael Wenceslao 2:08
  17. Mia Constantino 2:09
  18. Manny Faminialagao 2:14
  19. Xerxis Tan 2:15
  20. Shine Teh 2:17
  21. Mun Ngai Wong 2:18
  22. Rey Jimenez 2:19
  23. Leo Ano 2:19
  24. Yim Heng Fatt 2:24
  25. Ralph Real 2:33
  26. CJ Paran 3:05
  27. Benedict Menese 3:05
  28. Jovie Narcise 4:20
  29. Dannin Arenzana 4:20

BANAO, Km 28

  1. James 3:40
  2. Marcelo 3:41
  3. Joel 3:41
  4. Ronie 3:41
  5. Gene 3:50
  6. Aldean 3:50
  7. Jonnifer 4:16
  8. Todd 4:22
  9. Mark 4:22
  10. Majo 4:26
  11. Jhonley 4:30
  12. Robert 4:38
  13. George 4:43
  14. Jael 4:50
  15. Mia 4:53
  16. Bob 4:46
  17. Manny 4:57
  18. Shine 5:07
  19. Xerxis 5:08
  20. Yim 5:10
  21. Sang 5:18
  22. Mun 5:19
  23. Rey 5:36
  24. Leo 5:36
  25. Ralph 5:58
  26. CJ 6:24
  27. Benedict 6:24
  28. Jovie 7:46
  29. Dannin 7:46

NAPO-TUYAK, Km 44

  1. Aldean 6:32
  2. Gene 6:32
  3. James 6:37
  4. Marcelo 6:51
  5. Joel 6:51
  6. Ronie 6:57
  7. Mark 7:23
  8. Todd 7:23
  9. Jonnifer 7:25
  10. Majo 7:40
  11. Jhonley 7:46
  12. Robert 8:17
  13. Mia 8:24
  14. Jael 8:30
  15. George 8:30
  16. Shine 8:36
  17. Manny 8:38
  18. Bob 8:45
  19. Xerxis 8:45
  20. Yim 8:45
  21. Mun 8:45
  22. Sang 9:48
  23. Leo 9:56
  24. Rey 9:57
  25. Benedict 10:21
  26. CJ 10:21
  27. Ralph 10:57
  28. Jovie 12:26
  29. Dannin 12:26

BABADAK, Km 62 Cutoff 16:00:00 hours

  1. Aldean 9:57
  2. Gene 10:00
  3. James 10:04
  4. Marcelo10:25
  5. Joel 10:25
  6. Ronie 10:46
  7. Mark 11:33
  8. Todd 11:38
  9. Jonnifer 12:09
  10. Majo 12:11
  11. Jhonley 12:30
  12. Mia 12:08
  13. George 13:07
  14. Shine 13:09
  15. Robert 13:11
  16. Jael 13:13
  17. Bob 13:26
  18. Mun 13:46
  19. Manny 13:46
  20. Xerxis 13:55
  21. Yim 14:22
  22. Sang 14:54
  23. CJ 15:30
  24. Leo 15:31
  25. Benedict 15:51

BALETE, Km 74

  1. Aldean 12:05
  2. Marcelo 12:06
  3. Gene 12:20
  4. Joel 12:50
  5. Ronie 12:50
  6. James 12;51
  7. Todd 14:10
  8. Mark 14:11
  9. Majo 14:45
  10. Mia 15:17
  11. Jonnifer 15:36
  12. Jhonley 15:37
  13. Jael 15:40
  14. Shine 16:06
  15. Bob 16:13
  16. George 16:14
  17. Robert 16:20
  18. Mun 16:23
  19. Xerxis 16:46
  20. Yim 17:15
  21. Manny 17:18
  22. Sang 18:25
  23. CJ 18:44
  24. Benedict 19:08
  25. Leo 19:08

BANAO, Km 91

  1. Marcelo 15:26
  2. Aldean 15:26
  3. Gene 15:31
  4. Joel 15:37
  5. Ronie 15:58
  6. James 15:58
  7. Todd 18:04
  8. Mark 18:09
  9. Majo 18:59
  10. Jonnifer 10:20
  11. Jael 19:21
  12. Jhonley 19:24
  13. Mia 19:38
  14. Shine 19:49
  15. George 20:58
  16. Bob 20:58
  17. Xerxis 21:33
  18. Mun 21:36
  19. Robert 21:38
  20. Sang 23:47
  21. Yim 23:47
  22. Benedict 23:57
  23. Leo 24:32
  24. CJ 23:25

DAYAP/Weigh-in Station, Km 102 Cutoff 26:00:00 hours

  1. Joel 18:04, 65 kilos (Pre-race weight: 65.9 kilos)
  2. Marcelo 18:05, 55 kilos
  3. Gene 18:10, 58 kilos (55.5 kilos)
  4. Ronie 18:14, 63 kilos (60.9 kilos)
  5. James 18:31, 53 kilos (55 kilos)
  6. Aldean 18:35, 57 kilos (56.8 kilos)
  7. Todd 21:23, 77 kilos (77.3 kilos)
  8. Mark 21:24, 75 kilos (80.9 kilos)
  9. Majo 22:14, 50 kilos (47.7 kilos)
  10. Jonnifer 22:25, 70 kilos (65 kilos)
  11. Jael 22:25, 64 kilos
  12. Jhonley 22:32, 56 kilos (56.8 kilos)
  13. Shine 22;43, 64 kilos (63.6 kilos)
  14. Mia 23:26, 59 kilos (58.6 kilos)
  15. George 24:30, 70 kilos (68 kilos)
  16. Mun 25:17, 61 kilos (61.3 kilos)
  17. Bob 25:18 (67.3 kilos)
  18. Xerxis 25:18 58 kilos (59 kilos)
  19. Robert 25:34 (81.8)

KAPAYA PROPER EAST MARKET, Km 125

  1. Marcelo 25:42
  2. Joel 25:43
  3. James 25:44
  4. Gene 26:18
  5. Ronie 26:18
  6. Aldean 26:19
  7. Todd 28:34
  8. Mark 28:34
  9. Jonnifer 30:28
  10. Jael 30:28
  11. Shine 30:28
  12. Majo 30:28
  13. George 31:31
  14. Jhonley 31:38
  15. Mia 31:44
  16. Bob 31:52
  17. Xerxis 32:28
  18. Mun 32:28

DOMOLPOS 1, Km 135

  1. Marcelo 28:28
  2. Joel 28:43
  3. James 28:43
  4. Gene 30:13
  5. Ronie 30:14
  6. Aldean 30:43
  7. Todd 31:40
  8. Mark 31:40
  9. Majo 33:16
  10. Shine 34:12
  11. Jonnifer 34:12
  12. Jael 34:12
  13. George 34:46
  14. Jhonley
  15. Bob 34:49
  16. Xerxis 35:25
  17. Mun 35:29

DOMOLPOS 2, Km 143

  1. Marcelo 29:43
  2. Joel 30:22
  3. James 30:24
  4. Ronie 31:57
  5. Gene 31:57
  6. Aldean 32:54
  7. Mark 33:30
  8. Todd 33:30
  9. Majo 35:10
  10. Shine 35:48
  11. Jael 35:51
  12. Jonnifer 35:53
  13. George 36:36
  14. Jhonley 37:12
  15. Bob 37:21
  16. Xerxis 37:26

LICENSED TO TUCK IT IN!

FINISH LINE KAYAPA CENTRAL SCHOOL, Km 160 Cutoff 40:00:00 hours

(Philippines, unless otherwise indicated)

  1. Marcelo Bautista 32:08:24 Course Record and Overall Champion
  2. Joel Bengtay 32:38:30*
  3. James Tellias 32:44:58*
  4. Ronie Nullar 34:24:25*
  5. Gene 34:35:20*
  6. Mark Jolin USA 35:45:10*
  7. Todd Kasteler USA 35:45:10*
  8. Aldean Lim 36:14:10*
  9. Jonnifer Lacanlale 38:14:40
  10. Jael Wenceslao 38:20:55
  11. Majo Liao 38:25:34 Course Record and Female Champion
  12. Shine Teh, MALAYSIA 38:43:15
  13. George Javier 39:42:12
  14. Elmar Bob Tolete 39:59:42
  15. Xerxis Tan 40:04:42**
  16. Jhonley Ballesteros 40:17:10**

*Broke 2013 Course Record

**Finished beyond Cutoff

Official Results: 2013 Hardcore Hundred Miles-CEBU/Bogo 50 Miles Challenge

Posted in Uncategorized on February 2, 2014 by jonel c mendoza

12:01 AM January 31 – 6:01 AM February 1, 2014

Start/Finish: Celestino Martinez Cultural and Sports Center, Bogo City, Cebu

Congratulations to all the participants!

BOGO 50 Miles (Cutoff 15:00:00 hours)

  1. Rene Navarro 10:10:02
  2. Boots Christopher Tanghal 10:48:01
  3. Gezer Morales 11:01:03
  4. Marjorie Ellen Jore 11:29:09 Womens’ Champion
  5. Orven Delima 11:45:50
  6. Jasper Jhebs Balbuena 11:48:05
  7. Joemar Sericon 11:49:40
  8. Arlene Pepito 11:49:41 Women’s First Runner-up
  9. Ermin Pepito 11:49:42
  10. Francisco Rosos 11:49:43
  11. Maricar Salimbangon 11:52:45 Women’s 2nd Runner-up
  12. Nohwe Lapay 12:00:06
  13. Ever Rondovia 12:30:18
  14. Nila Lampago 12;41:40
  15. Peri Pevida 121:41:41
  16. Adones Baterne 13:01:01
  17. Cyril Kenneth Langan 13:26:04
  18. Lulu Valiente 13:30:46
  19. Erwin garry Unson 13:42:25
  20. Shawn Hanley Cuesto 14:31:10
  21. Jez ramos 14:31:11
  22. Jerard Asperin 14:33:02
  23. Floydie Lobo 16:20:30*
  24. Ace Espejon 16:28:25*
  25. Enrique Tapere, Jr. 16:29:10*

26 starters

HARDCORE HUNDRED MILES-CEBU(Cutoff 30:00)

***Split Times: Km 78, Celestino Martinez Cultural And Sports Center, Bogo City  Cutoff 15:00:00

  1. Noel Tillor 7 hours 38 minutes
  2. Yim Heng Fatt 9:48
  3. Paolo Osmena 10:25
  4. Brian Lou Guillen 10:48:02
  5. Jose Laude 10:49:30
  6. Edwin Colina 10:49:30
  7. Kit Quiseo 10:52
  8. Lope Noay 10:53
  9. Cilu Joel Ouano 11:03
  10. Rhoda Oporto 11:04
  11. Elmer Abing 11:08
  12. Kent Lampago 11:20
  13. John Merin 11:25
  14. Romil Garces 11:25
  15. Mark Modesto 11:45
  16. Johnny Salinas 12:03
  17. Romauldo Calbes 12:26:50
  18. Katherine Villaflor 12:55
  19. Richard Yanez 12:55
  20. Dins Domingo 13:29

***Split Times: Km 112, Borbon Municipal Hall, Borbon, Cebu Cutoff 20:00:00

  1. Noel Tillor 15 hours 49 minutes
  2. Brian Guillen 16:10
  3. Yim Heng Fatt 16:21
  4. Kit Quiseo 16:53
  5. Paolo Osmena 16:58
  6. Jose Laude 17:33
  7. Kent Lampago 17:35
  8. Edwin Colina 17:39
  9. Lope Noay 17:45
  10. Cilu Joel Ouano 17:45
  11. Rhoda Oporto 17:49
  12. Elmer Abing 17:50
  13. John Merin 18:56
  14. Romil Garces 18:56
  15. Mark Modesto 19:19
  16. Romualdo Calbes 19:19
  17. Johnny Salinas 19:19
  18. Katherine Villaflor 19:21
  19. Dins Domingo 19:59

***Final results: Km 160 Celestino Martinez Cultural and Sports Complex, Bogo City Cutoff 30:00:00

LICENSED TO TUCK IT IN!

  1. BRIAN LOU GUILLEN 24:07:23
  2. KIT QUISEO 25:06:03
  3. YIM HENG FATT 25:47:52
  4. PAOLO OSMENA 26:00:35
  5. ELMER ABING 27:06:50
  6. EDWIN COLINA 27:31:40
  7. JOHN MERIN 27:31:41
  8. JOSE LAUDE 27:31:50
  9. KENT LAMPAGO 27:31:51
  10. RHODA OPORTO 27:32:55 Womens’ Champion
  11. LOPE NOAY 28:37:00
  12. ROMIL GARCES 28:47:40
  13. CILU JOEL OUANO 28:54:52
  14. MARK MODESTO 29:32:25
  15. KATHIE VILLAFLOR 29:47:42 Women’s 1st Runner-up
  16. JOHNNY SALINAS 29:59:13

22 starters

Thank you to all the participants for your hardcore support and to all the support crews for unselfishly helping all runners.

Thank you to the Bogo City Administration led by Mayor Junie Martinez, City Administrator Max Suico and HR Head Slavsky Ybanez for your generosity and warm welcome as always and to the traffic marshals.

Thank you to Smart Communications and Grace Ruperto, BE Resorts, and ARC-Cebu, Jidan Jakosalem and Kristian Garciano for your help. 

Thank you to Team ADR for the aid station and Lulu Valiente for helping disseminate the event.

And last but not the least, thank you very much to my friends Garry Garcia, Yuletide Amazona and Bro. Carlo Bacalla for helping me man the time checkpoints and for your invaluable time and effort.

Official Results: FaRT 2/3rd Radar Run 5 Miles

Posted in Uncategorized on December 30, 2013 by jonel c mendoza

Fastest Recorded Time 2

Congratulations and thank you to all the finishers of the 3rd Radar Run 5 Miles! You’ve earned your license to eat on New Year’s Day for conquering the country’s highest finish line.

Thank you to all the volunteers, Nick Pasiken, Robert Watson, Trace Pineda, Tom and Gay Baniwas, Joel Bengtay, James and Al Tellias, Dino Mantilez, Larry Estoesta, Mark Fer Castillo and Marcelo Bautista.

Until FaRT 3, 2nd Run to the Clouds 50k, March 16, 2014/Ambuklao Dam-Mount Cabuyao.

http://frontrunnermagph.wordpress.com/2013/11/04/fastest-recorded-time-series-the-fart/

Happy New Year!

  1. Sandi Menchi, F, 46:55 ( Champion, Overall/Female)
  2. Jet Ramos, 47:02 (Champion, Male)
  3. Jasper Garcia, 48:01 ( 1st Runner up, Male)
  4. Arnulfo Manongdo, 48:54 (2nd Runner up, Male)
  5. Yvonne Balag-ed, F, 53:26 (1st Runner up, Female)
  6. Kenneth Magcasi, 53:40
  7. Lua Angela Limbo, F, (2nd Runner up, Female)
  8. Cesar Dela Rosa, Jr., 54:37
  9. Jonathan Navalta, 54:38
  10. a.k.a Jack Ammo, 54:49
  11. Glenn Mitchelle Cosue, 56:10
  12. Chips Dayrit, 56:12
  13. Jonathan Ramos, 57:10
  14. Christopher Abenes, 57:12
  15. Leo De Guzman, 57:15
  16. Lou Ann Ramos, F, 59:32
  17. Pepe Calulot, 1:00:10
  18. Ma. Victoria De Guzman, F, 1:00:24
  19. Christopher Sabillo, 1:02:48
  20. Ralph Severo, 1:03:46
  21. Michael Jason Batac, 1:05:20
  22. Junn Besana, 1:05:27
  23. a.k.a. Kalyani Nam, F, 1:05:46
  24. Gladys Alcido, F, 1:06:31
  25. Oliver Alcido, 1:06:39
  26. Alexis Ador Batac, 1:07:40
  27. Xavier Lance Soriano, 1:07:41
  28. Benedick Duria, 1:08:20
  29. Eleazar Galaouya, 1:08:31
  30. Carlo De Guzman, 1:09:49
  31. Jun Rivera, 1:10:33
  32. Junenalyn Cosue, F, 1:10:44
  33. Gene Estandian, 1:11:20
  34. Phoebe Sherrae Langaoan, F, 1:12:27
  35. Kathleen Langaoan, F, 1:13:55
  36. Joyce Newman, F, 1:13:58
  37. Boni Doques, 1:13:59
  38. Jephunceh Gwen Casildo, F, 1:14:20
  39. Cian Dayrit, 1:15:54
  40. Erwin Damian, 1:15:56
  41. Brian Guleng, M, 1:17:20
  42. Russel Severo, 1:17:21
  43. Fidel Mabalot, 1:20:45
  44. Eva Marie Mabalot, F, 1:20:46
  45. 184, F, 1:20:48
  46. Glenn Cosue, 1:21:03
  47. Janice Cosue, F,  1:21:04
  48. Mariel Aglipay, F, 1:22:27
  49. Daniel Corpuz, Jr., 1:23:25
  50. Jamella Calaoa, F, 1:23:28
  51. Janet Aspilan, 1:27:34
  52. Elaine De Guzman, F, 1:33:51
  53. Randy De Guzman, 1: 1:33:52
  54. Angie  Dela Cruz, F, 1:46:49
  55. Jennifer Navarro, F, 1:49:03
  56. Anden Rivera,  F, 1:49:04
  57. Drex Dumaguing, 1:49:05
  58. Dwayne Dumaguing, 1:51:28
  59. Vanessa Navarro, F, 1:51:29
  60. Riolyn Dumaguing, F, 1:51:50
  61. Carlo Navarro, 1:51:51

***For any errors/misprints, please contact the Race Director at 0917 803 0664

Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 79 other followers