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Thursday, July 23, 2009

I Ran for Home & for Mheng

I ran my 2nd half-marathon through Run for Home of Globe-Ayala Land, Inc. last Sunday, 19 July 2009. Since I'm now into my full-marathon training program, my goals are simple, as follows:

1. Treat the race as a long run, limit pace to 7:30 to 8:00 -> CHECK
2. Do not to walk -> CHECK
2. Try my CW-X Stabilyx Conditioning Wear -> CHECK, perfect! more reviews later...
3. Try running with shades -> CHECK, vision generally ok
4. Try Hammer Gel -> CHECK, stomach not upset, generally ok

The event features the use of the ChampionChip, where the results of every runner may become available upon crossing the finish line. Apparently not in the case of last Sunday's race. Perhaps, the race organizers attended to some concerns which requires some more days to release the results. Wild guess... How about website development? Photovendo uploads? Hmmm...

Anyway, I find the ChampionChip very effective, accurate, and informative. Here's my stats:

787th overall
671st male
236th m 30-39
7:35 ave pace/km
2:42:26 (gun) / 2:41:09 (net)

And finally, I got a taste of Photovendo running pictures:

In Makati CBD

Homestretch inside BGC.

Make Love Run 2
We were able to raise P9,850.00 for the rehabilitation of Mheng Torres. We would like to thank all who supported our project. Here's Mheng's bank account details: BDO 2370113258, Rommel R Torres. Thank you for Making Love Run!


carlo July 24, 2009 at 12:20 AM  

finally, i found your blog. :)

i'm adding you up!

Anonymous,  July 24, 2009 at 9:52 AM  

Congratulations on a nice run! And, more importantly, for "making love run." Keep on running for your first full marathon :-)

Mama Mia July 24, 2009 at 10:34 AM  

Cool photo! Congrats on the success of the run and the fund raising!

Roy lester July 28, 2009 at 5:58 PM  

Cool bro! Congrats again for the successful fund raising for mheng. God bless!

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