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Salomon X-Trail Pilipinas, 25 April 2015

OutRUN the Road, OutLAST the Trail.

The Salomon X-Trail Run is a series of trail running events in the Asia-Pacific Region namely in Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan, and the Philippines. Known as a technical trail running, the past Salomon X-Trail events attracted more than a thousand participants with varying trail skills.  To get a glimpse of what the trail challenge this year, Salomon conducted a press conference and event launch on March 25 at Anvaya Cove in Morong, Bataan to give everyone what to expect this year and to prepare gears, which complement the race.


The upcoming Salomon X-Trail Pilipinas will be held in Anvaya Cove, one of the country’s premiere developments by Ayala Land Premier in Morong, Bataan.   To attract more trail running enthusiasts, new trail routes are created exclusively for this event.


32K Mountain Run  P 1,600    Gun start: 5:00 AM

·   Advanced trail runners who look for more adrenaline and adventure  ·  The trail is a mixture of different terrains from sand to rocks, to river crossing and technical ascents  ·   It simulates ascents of sky running races   ·   Mandatory gear: Headlamp, whistle, hydration pack/belt.  

Important: Gears will be checked prior to race start. Participants who can’t comply with the gear requirements will not be allowed to race. 

lnclusion: Race bib, timing chip, Salomon X-Trail technical jersey, Salomon water bottle, post-race meal, and a finisher’s medal for those who finish within the cut-off time*

24K Mountain Run P 1,400  Gun start: 5:30 AM

·    For trail runners who aim to take their race to the next level ·    With technical ascents and varying terrain  ·    It simulates ascents of sky running races·    Mandatory gear: Headlamp, whistle, hydration pack/belt

·   Important: Gears will be checked prior to race start.  Participants who can’t comply with the gear requirements will not be allowed to race.

lnclusion: Race bib, timing chip, Salomon X-Trail technical jersey, Salomon water bottle, post-race meal, and a finisher’s medal for those who finish within the cut-off time*

12K Road to Trail P 1,100   Gun start: 6:00 AM 

· Targets runners with basic trail running experience who want to level up  and experience technical terrain

lnclusion: Race bib, timing chip, Salomon X-Trail technical jersey, Salomon water bottle, post-race meal

6K Road to Trail   P 850   Gun start: 6:30 AM

·   For beginners who want to explore the world of trail running.  Road runners are welcome to experience a different adrenaline rush.

lnclusion:  Race bib, timing chip, Salomon X-Trail technical jersey, Salomon water bottle, post-race meal

The Race Course

The race will tour the roads, hills, mountains and valleys around Anvaya Cove. The trail sections overlooking the cove are steep and technical with sharp and loose rocks, roots and thick foliage, but the view, if you need to stop and rest, is worthwhile.



The Salomon Xtrail Pilipinas 2015 Race is a GREEN event.  No disposables will be provided at the hydration stations. All participants are required to bring their own hydration packs/belts.

All registered participants get 20% discount across all regular priced items valid at Salomon stores  including SM Aura, SM Megamall, SM North Edsa Annex, Glorietta 3, Abreeza Davao, and at R.O.X. Bonifacio High Street.

Registration is ongoing until 20 April 2015.  Interested participants may register online via or at the following registration centers:

  • Salomon Store – 4F SM Aura, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City
  • Salomon Store – 3F SM Megamall Bldg. B, Mandaluyong City
  • Salomon Store – 2F Glorietta 3, Ayala Center, Makati City
  • Salomon Store – 2F SM Annex North EDSA, Quezon City
  • R.O.X. Store (beginning April 10) – 3F Runner’s Runner Booth, Bonifacio High Street, BGC, Taguig City


Special rates of partner hotels of Anvaya Cove will be available at  For inquiries and reservations, please email Camping is not allowed.  There are hotels/resorts in Morong and at SBMA.

 Bus Reservation

Buses will be available for the first 300 participants for an additional P 600.  To avail, simply click the tickbox in the registration form and include payment with the race registration fee.  Each registrant may avail of ONLY one (1) additional seat in the bus (maximum of 2 seats per race participant). Please keep the bus stub in your registration/waiver form.  It will be surrendered upon boarding the bus on race day.

Pickup Point: Trinoma Mall (fronting Starbucks, Mindanao Entrance) | Meeting Time: 12:00 AM | ETD: 12:30 AM (First Batch); 1:00 AM (Second Batch) | Requirement: Online and in-store registrants must present a valid ID


Gates will open at 3:00 AM.  If guests are not an Anvaya Cove Members,  they will not be allowed to enter before the said opening time.  A car pass will be attached to the Race Kit and must be shown at the entrance gate for entry.  No car pass, no entry.  Runners get to wear a wristband to have access to the event staging area.

 *Cut-off Time (TBA)

Schedule of the race start can change due to weather conditions.

The Salomon X-Trail Pilipinas 2015 is in cooperation with AXN and R.O.X. with official venue partners Anvaya Cove and Ayala Premier Property.  This event is sponsored by Honey Stinger, Gatorade, Sea to Sumit, Sudeco, Otterbox, Goal Zero, Eco x Gear, Nalgene and Primer Group of Companies.  Media partners are the Philippine Star, Philippine Daily Inquirer, Business Mirror,, Endurance, UNO Magazine, Clavel, Psst!, Multisport, and Speed Magazine.

About Salomon

Salomon ( was born in 1947 in the heart of the French Alps and the birthplace of modern alpinism.  During the following 60 years, Salomon’s commitment to innovative design and passion for mountain sports  created a vast range of revolutionary new concepts in bindings, boots, skis and apparel for both alpine and nordic skiing and brought innovative solutions to footwear, apparel and equipment for snowboarding, adventure racing, mountaineering, and other sports.  Salomon’s heritage, culture, and commitment are tied together by one simple concept: the world’s leading mountain people creating the world’s leading mountain product.

“Trail Running nOOb in Nuvali” – GUEST POST BY FR HORTELANO

Note: This post has been edited.  

It has been over a week since the Soleus Valley Trail Challenge race in Laguna.  And here I am still grappling with my post-race story.  Anyhow, allow me instead to share with you once more a trail running experience of a good friend/colleague of mine who was instrumental why I opted to try the trail running challenge.  I asked him if he wanted to share his story with you here so here it is. Francis or FR to his close friends has been in hiatus from racing and the trail race last weekend was to some extent his comeback in the world of long distance running.  He has scaled great mountains here and abroad including Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest point in Africa, and I had the chance to race/run with him in major long distance PAU races before.  

Read on friends/dear readers …

Trail Running nOOb[1]in Nuvali
3 AM to 11 AM, Sunday, 29 June 2014

By FR Hortelano

A heavy downpour gets off the ground as the bus rolled on for Manila. The heavens pause its tears for a while. But upon arrival at home, Manila’s dusty streets were swept by the rains. Such was a respite from the boiling temperature I experienced for three long hours earlier.

It may have been grueling hot, but I still would have preferred it than cruising through sticky, muddy and slippery trails in a span of 8 hours. An Aquarian does not fear the water-bearer, but not after years of hiatus in any sports and outdoor activities.

Photo courtesy of Running Photographers

Once again, the newbie feeling resurrected, i.e., butterflies in the stomach, excited yet nervous.  Even doubtful.  Shall I ever cross the finish line? And if ever, will it be on cut-off time?

As I dropped my loot bag and race gears, the 50-KM Nuvali trail event slowly sank in.

For the first time, I received a loot bag after an ultra-race.

For the first time, I ran/trudged Nuvali’s scenic trails.

For the first time, I ran for free through the kindness of Adidas Body Care c/o the RUNNING DIVA (

For the first time, I was shuffling a hydration bottle on my left and right hands.

 For the first time, I ran at the mercy of a piteous mileage. 5 KM was my last fun run a year ago.

For the first time, I reached the starting line just before the race organizer started the countdown (“10, 9, 8….1. Goodluck Runners!”).

For the first time, I hitched a ride to the starting line (God, where did these angels come from?)

For the first time, I wore old, derelict shoes that just got sewn and glued.

Yep!  The list could go on and on.  Lest I forget…

For the first time, my mind was LSSed[2]  on Elton John’s Skyline Pigeon.

“Turn me loose… let me fly to distant lands, over green fields, trees and mountains, flowers and forest fountains…”

I started humming the lyrics on the break of dawn (past 4 am) as the majestic horizon revealed its secret grandeur.

            “Let me wake up in the morning.  To the smell of new mown hay …”

The scent, the sight, the milky white brush like foxtails (buntot pusa) strewn over the hills is a visual treat. The tamed cows and bulls even shared their morning grins.

            “Fly away… towards the dreams you’ve left so very far behind …”

Then approached the newly bulldozed areas. Everything became dry and brown. It was difficult to run. But yet, this path had to be faced head on. Slowly, I hurdled the 25-KM mark (3 hours or so? within cut-off time of 5 hours). I could breath. At least, I met my goal. I could call it a day.

       “To laugh and cry, to live and die, in the brightness of my day …”

Then the blazing sun illumined all nooks and crannies of the trail. I struggled the uphills and downhills from the 30th to 45th KM.  At times with a group and at times, in my lonesome.  The cows faded. The leveled grounds turned dusty. Every race of the sun started biting inch-by-inch my exposed skin and garments. Yet still, I needed to keep on moving. As a recreational runner, I just wanted to enjoy the run.

            “Towards the dreams you’ve left so very, so very far behind!”

Running a road or a trail race is no different from life itself.

It takes sheer persistence to reach the finish line; 

Train. Train. Train. Enduring trainings to build on required mileage/strength;

Be inspired but never bank on previous achievements.  Muscle memory can only bring you so far.

Honor your pace. Enjoy those moments when pacing with a group, even on lonesome times.

Express genuine gratitude to all (runners, marshals, organizers, sponsors). The blessings come back a hundred fold.

Dedicate your run. Thank you Mama for showing us how to courageously face life. Your body may have gone back to earth but your enduring spirit and resilience shall forever inspire our lives.

My sincerest thanks to Running Diva for making me sign-up on the last registration date; Ivy Macainan for making me remember Mama on the eve of the race; Mark Leo Antonio and Elma Magbuhos of Adidas Body Care for the race kit.  Apologies for failing to personally express this at the finish line; Sir Jonel Mendoza, race director and editor of Frontrunner magazine, for organizing this meaningful event; and, to all the runners who run with me along the dark and bright corners of the trails!

Thank God for making it all possible.   

[1] Newbie
[2] Last Song Syndrome

Brooks Run Happy 3/e, 11 May 2014

Brooks Run Happy is back! 

On 11 May 2014, Brooks brings another cross country challenge in the form of obstacle courses with a mix of on and off-road terrain and the scenic view of Tanay, Rizal.  This is one race runners should not miss out on! 
Brooks Run Happy 3 Race Kit

Brooks Run Happy 3 Finisher’s Medal 
Brooks Run Happy 3 Race Shirt

For more details and race updates, you may click here or Like Brooks Run Happy on Facebook.  Brooks Run Happy is brought to you by the people from SRI (Brooks) and Without Limits.  REGISTER NOW!

Cavinti Adventure Trail Marathon, 30 Nov. 2013

The town of Cavinti, Laguna is hosting for the [very] first time a trail run marathon on November 30 with runners completing a scenic loop deep within forest trails and rough roads, woodlands, rivers, falls, and a lake.
CAVINTI Roadand Trail Adventure Marathon
30 Nov. 2013 – 4:30 AM

Cavinti Town Plaza, Cavinti, Laguna

Organizer: Cavinti Sports and Tourism Council

42K – P 1,200 / 21K –  P 800  / 12K – P 500  / 6K – P 300 
(Inclusive of singlet, finisher’s shirt/medal [for] 42k and 21k categories, race bibs, packed lunch, and [race] guidelines)

Cutoff Times


10 hours


5 hours


3 hours


1.5 hours
Finisher’s shirt


The 42-km route will have mild to cool temperature, moderate to steep rolling hills, several river crossings one of which will lead to the Cavinti Underground River, moderate elevation gains, and scenic views of surrounding mountains, wildflower meadows and lake.

The [race] will start at CavintiTown Plazafronting the historic Our Lady Parish Church and end at the Bumbungan Eco Park Fallswhere runners will be treated with a sumptuous lunch after they cross the finish line.

Conveniently placed refilling stations will be provided in different points of the route. To ensure an environmentally friendly race, runners are encouraged to bring their own hydration bottles, hydration backpacks, hydration belts or any hydration gear as no cups will be provided.

There will be a 10 + 1 promo for every group of 10 runners who will register together. One (1) race packet will be given for FREE for a distance not exceeding the longest distance a member has registered in (e.g., if a group registers for 5x12k and 5x21k, 1 free race kit for 12k or 21k shall be given). 

[This] promo is up to 16 Nov. 2013 ONLY! Register now!

Merrell Adventure Run

Date: 27 April 2013, Saturday
Venue: Mt. Sinai, Pintong Bukawe, San Mateo, Rizal
Race Distances: 5km (Men’s & Women’s), 10km (Men’s & Women’s), 21km (Men’s & Women’s)

Race kits and singlets can be claimed starting April 1 to April 21 ONLY in respective registration centers. Singlet sizes will be subject to availability and will be on a first come, first served basis.

Distance / Gun Start:
21km 6:00am
10km 6:10am
5km   6:20am
Cut-off time of 5 hours for the whole race will be implemented

•Timing Chip, Race Bib, Singlet, Safety Pins
•Rules and Regulations
•Directions to Venue
•Shuttle Option (optional for participants, with extra charge)

Submit  registration form with your fee from February 15 to April 7 at any Merrel Concept Shops listed below:

G/F Space 23-24 Phase 8, Gaisano Market Market                  
Taguig City 
Tel. no. (02) 836-1560

Space 2128 M2, Quezon City
 Tel. No. (02) 915-0197        

Level 3, The Annex, EDSA, North Avenue 
Quezon City
 Tel. no. (02) 352-2737

 2/F Festival Mall, Alabang, Muntinlupa City
 Tel. no. (02) 659-3284 

Nepo Ave. Angeles City, Pampanga 
Tel. no (045) 304-0654

Ground Floor, Olongapo-Gapan Road
San Fernando, Pampanga

2nd Floor, Rizal Highway 
Olongapo City
 Tel. no.(02) 542-2235

Upper Ground Floor, Expansion Wing, Governor’s Drive
 Dasmariñas City, Cavite

Singlet sizes will be subject to availability and will be on a first come, first served basis
Hydration stations will be provided at the finish line and along the race route.
This is an eco-friendly event.  Each participant is required to bring his/her own hydration pack/bottle.  Organizers will only provide refilling stations along the race course and there will be no cups to avoid littering.
Medical aid will be available at certain points along the way and at the finish line.

1. In the event of heavy rain, lightning, haze, fog and other inclement weather or adverse weather condition, the event may be delayed or cancelled.
2. Should bad weather persist beyond 7:00am or the condition deemed unsuitable, the event will be cancelled.
3. If rain occurs after the race has started, race participants may continue unless otherwise advised by the designated race official or marshal.

All Top 3 finishers for each race category for both Men’s and Women’s each get the cash prize along with a gift bag from the sponsors
FINISHERS MEDAL All 21km finishers will receive a finisher’s medal. Medals will also be given to the first 50 finishers for 5km and 10km categories respectively.

CERTIFICATES will be sent through email within two weeks after the race date to those who finish the course in their specific categories.

Trail running shoes, hydration pack/bottle belt, cap, running gaiters and energy bar or gel, head lamp especially for the 21K runners.

General Rules
1. All participants below 18 years old must have their registration forms signed by either a parent or a guardian.
2. Registration is non-transferable and non-refundable.
3. Multiple category registration for one person is prohibited for safety purposes and as this may affect or disrupt race results.
4. Participants who choose not to take part in the event after having registered can decide to withdraw. However, please note that there will not be any registration fee refund. Race slots are also strictly non-transferable.
5. Race bib numbers and electronic timing chips must be worn at all times during the race. Official time will be based on the disposable timing chip provided in the race kit. No chip, no time. Without the timing chip, participants are not entitled to win any of the top prizes.
6. Organizers maintain the right to remove any participants from the race. Injuries and medical emergencies are the utmost priority.
7. No late runners will be allowed to run 15 minutes after the gun start of their respective races.
8. All runners are required to have the proper loop band when they cross the finish line; no loop band means disqualification from the race.
9. A cut off time of 5 hours for the whole race will be implemented. Runners on the course after the cut-off time will be pulled out by the Race Marshals.
10. Time penalties and disqualification may be imposed by the race organizers on runners who do not follow race rules.
11. All protests related to the results must be made in writing and submitted to the Race Director within 30 minutes after the official announcement of winners.
12. The organizers reserve the right to make changes at its discretion without prior notice. The organizer’s decision is final.

In the event that a participant will not be able to personally register and sign the liability waiver form at the designated registration areas; their representatives must bring the following: (1) downloaded form with signature of participant, (2) authorization letter, and (3) valid ID of the participant and representative.

Place & Time
Market!Market!, BGC 3:00 am
TriNoma, North Edsa 3:30 am
Php300 round trip, first come, first served basis (payment to be settled only at Merrell Concept Shops)

One Fine Sunday Morning Run

It has been roughly almost two weeks since my visit to Baguio City for the 2013 Panagbenga “a season of blooming” flower festival, but still have yet to write an article about it. Missing to do a long slow distance (LSD) the other weekend, I made up for it last Sunday.

Meanwhile, the day before my long run, a fellow runner sent me this text message: Are you back? My reply was, “Yep,” and even added, “It’s BDM (acronym for Bataan Death March) weekend now.” We exchanged a little friendly banter of doing the LSD there. Half jokingly, half seriously, she prodded me to inquire if we could sign up at the event and run a fifty to seventy-kilometer distance para daw payat kaagad (so as to lose weight instantly). Given the time, I knew it would be impossible to register. This event is organized under strict adherence to BDM rules including registration requirements. I replied, “Huwag na. Done na tayo doon. Beauty rest na muna. (Let’s not. We’re done with it. It’s better to have a beauty rest.) Running around Rockwell or going to another place is OK with me.”

In the end, we agreed to do LSD somewhere in the south, in the scenic trail she told me where she and her running buddy, now a dive instructor at a resort in the Visayas, used to train. A bowl of lugaw or arroz caldo (porridge or congee with chicken topped with hard-boiled egg) at Aling Pina’s Lugawan (canteen) in Silang, Cavite was the prime motivator to do this run.

We left at past 4 AM on Sunday morning and drove straight up to Santa Rosa, Laguna. We arrived in the village, an upscale residential area close to a golf course at almost half past five. As there are sari-sari stores along the way, I only brought enough money with me for any hydration or food need. Sari-sari means variety or a different mix of whatever or mini grocery.

It was still dark with patchy drizzle at times. The long path was almost deserted; the only living creatures in sight were us. The road was lit only by the headlights of a passing car or motorbike, the silence broken only by the noise of the engine and our incessant chatter. We started to walk the course to warm up our rather still sleepy legs, going up a sloping pavement with the first few kilometers relatively less steep than the others. Watching the pre-dawn glow of bluish-gray, purple, pink and orange burst into yellow sunlight, revealing the beauty of Mother Nature at its best. Fantastic sight!

The route is more a trail for bikers than for runners. Judging the way some locals eyed us, I think it was pretty uncommon for them to see female runners taking the same route the bikers would pass later. Anyway, for two hours, not taking water or energy drink, this little detour didn’t bother us, as we were enjoying the sights, taking in a deep breath and loving the wind as it brings the smell of flowers, soil, grass, trees and the feel of the fresh dew on the grass. The good training base in ultra distance running had helped us a lot. We did a combination of slow running, walking.

When I was still a young girl, I was bitten by a dog once. Consequently, I get scared of either stray dogs or the unleashed ones. I learned a few techniques through watching Dog Whisperer episodes on National Geographic channel and tried to apply the Cesar Millan way, ha ha. It helped me muster the courage not to get scared when some of them are barking at us as we walked by. So every time we saw one, even if it’s not barking at us, we stopped running from time to time, walked a bit then resumed a jogging pace.

On our way back, the sky suddenly became overcast with heavy rain clouds, later the rain started to pour, which made running more pleasant. After a few minutes, the rain let up, then just as suddenly the sun shone again. Nearing the place from where we started, we stopped to rest and quenched our thirst with fresh buko juice (coconut water) at Mang (mister) Vic’s buko stall. To top it off, much to our delight, Mang Vic gave us free freshly cut pineapple slices.

Overall, we did the LSD for six hours, covering the areas of Santa Rosa in Laguna, Silang in Cavite, and a portion of Tagaytay with a distance of approximately 48 kilometers. For lunch, we treated ourselves to a great tasting crispy fried shrimps plus a bowl of beef bone marrow/shank soup, a cup of rice each and fresh mango shakes. On our drive back home, we grabbed breads to go and a cup of coffee later, the perfect end to our trip.

I would like to thank this lady adventurer, hard-core ultra marathon runner, and trail seeker, who remains grounded despite all the experience and achievement, Ivy aka the Running Contessa (Italian countess), for the invite, photos, and for bringing me to a good route to run at early morning. Until next time! 

Waldorf Trail Run at Timberland Heights, 26 Jan. 2013

Calling all trail runners for a run for a cause! 

Here’s an upcoming trail run called the Waldorf Trail Run at Timberland Heights, and it’s scheduled on January 26 next year with three race categories 3Km, 5Km, and 10Km through the forested landscape of Timberland Heights in San Mateo, Rizal. The start line and assembly area is on the driveway of the Manila Waldorf School, the organizer of the event.

Registration is through  The early registration will run from November 5 until December 7 at discount fees on registration at P350 for 3Km,  P450 for 5Km, and P550 for 10Km.   On Saturday, December 8, the regular fees will kick in at P400 for 3Km, P500 for 5Km, and  P600 for 10Km.

Since its a fund-raising event, the organizer is still looking for additional sponsors. For more information, please check out all the details here

Camaya Coast Aquathlon (4th : 2012)

This is the off-road version of the fast-growing sport of aquathlon run-swim-run, and the ever popular sport of running. No paved roads, no air pollution, single track trail, fine beach sand, waterfalls, streams, close to nature, and great panoramic views.

Categories and Race Distances

Aquathlon – individual: 3.5km trail run / 1.5km ocean swim / 3.5km trail run
Aquathlon – 2-member team relay: runner and swimmer, same distance as  Aquathlon

Mini aquathlon: 500m ocean swim / 3.5km trail run
Adventure trail run: 5km 
Extreme trail run: 10km 
Registration Fees
Aquathlon – individual: P2000/multisport athlete
Aquathlon – relay: P3900/team
Mini aquathlon: P2000/multisport athlete
Adventure trail run: P2000/ trail runner
Extreme trail run: P2000/trail runner
How to Register

1.  Deposit entry fee at Banco De Oro Savings Account: 
    147-004-7754 – Ramon Marchan

2.  Email scanned or photographed deposit slip to with the following information:

–      Race name: CAMAYA COAST
–      Race category (Aqua Ind, Aqua Relay, Mini Aqua, Adv Trail or X-Trail)
–      Full name(s)
–      Gender
–      Birth date
–      Mobile number
–      Singlet size
Friends and family members of participants may join the ferry ride and lunch for a fee of P1800/person, on a first come, first served basis. Participants may email names and ages on pre-registration. Only paid participants are confirmed.  Just like in previews editions of this event, entries will quickly fill up the limited slots.
Register now!
Participants are entitled to:

–    Round trip ferry service (only 1.5 hours travel) 
–    Running singlet
–    Sumptuous post-race lunch
–    Use of pool, ocean facilities, etc.
–    Entertainment while on the ferry
–    After-race party
Categories and Awards
Medals and valuable prizes from Salomon and other sponsors will be awarded to top finishers of the various categories.

Aquathlon:Top 3 Overall, Male and Female
       Top 3 Male Age Groups: 18-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60and over
       Top 3 Female Age Groups: 18-29, 30-39, 40 and over
       Top 3 Relay Team
Mini Aquathlon:          Top 3 Overall, Male and Female
Adventure Trail Run:   Top 3 Overall, Male and Female
Extreme Trail Run:      Top 3 Overall, Male and Female
Note: All finishers will receive an event running singlet
Event Schedule

4 AM:      Assembly at PICC, Manila ferry station
5 AM:      Departure time
6:30 AM: Arrival at Camaya Coast
8 AM:      Start of races (mass start)
11 AM:    Lunch courtesy of Camaya Coast Developers
12-4 PM: FREE time – sun bathing, massage, banana boat, kayak, swimming, volleyball, etc.

4-7:30 PM: Awarding and Party
8 PM:   Leave Camaya Coast
9:30 PM: Arrival of ferry at PICC, Manila

Event Sponsor


Event Hosts

Earth and Shore Leisure Communities Corporation
Earthfield Development Corporation

Event Organizers 

This is a GREEN and NON-SMOKING event. 

eXtri 2011, 3 Dec. 2011

Join the 2011 ExTRI RACE!

Event Name: eXtri 2011
Date: 3 December 2011, Saturday
Venue: La Luz Resort, Laiya, San Juan, Batangas
Distances and Disciplines:
1km ocean swim
23km XC bike
4km trail run

Oct 15 – Oct 30: Php 2,000.00
Nov 1 – Nov 15: Php 2,500.00
Nov 16 – Nov 19: Php 2,800.00

eXtri RAW (Rookies, Amateurs & Weekend warriors):
0.5km swim
10km bike
2.5km run
Oct 15 – Oct 30: Php 1,500.00
Nov 1 – Nov 15: Php 1,800.00
Nov 16 – Nov 19: Php 2,000.00

To register online, just visit eXtribe site.