June 2011 is one hectic running month for me.
One of the many events I look forward to is this:
New route. Road and Trail. +mud, +water = Challenging.
…and I am just up to the challenge. I registered for the longest distance that will offer all and everything challenging – the 16K.
With just a handful of runner-blogger, we tested the 5K route. I personally like it. Im all-sweat when we finished. The humidity at 7am in Nuvali is just too much. I wonder how it will be come race day.
Men’s Health holds All-Terrain Race on June 5
Bikers and runners, get ready to hit the dirt as Men’s Health brings you one of its most highly-anticipated events of the year—the Men’s Health All-Terrain Race. Now on its fifth year, this year’s Men’s Health All-Terrain Race will be held on June 5, 2011, Sunday, 5:00 A.M. at Nuvali, Sta. Rosa, Laguna.
Participants may choose to run the 5-kilometer, 10-kilometer or 16-kilometer trail courses, or ride their bikes on the 20-kilometer or the 40-kilometer route. For those who are up for a challenge, the Run & Bike option will have participants doing the 10-k run and the 20-k bike.
Registration is ongoing at ROX Bonifacio High Street, 360 Fitness Club, all Sabak Bike Centers, all All-Terra Cyclery Bike Shops and at the Summit Media Office at the 7th Floor of Robinsons Cybergate Tower 3, Pioneer St., Mandaluyong City. But starting May 25, registration will be available only at ROX, Summit Media Office and all Sabak branches. Deadline of registration is on June 1, 2011. Limited slots are available, so register now!
This year’s Men’s Health All-Terrain Race is made possible by our major sponsors Bo Athletics and Emperador Light Brandy, official sports drink Gatorade, official venue partner Nuvali, and official race partner Leadpack. Special thanks to our registration partners ROX, Club 360 Fitness, Sabak Bike Shops and All Terra Cyclery and to media partners Magic 89.9 and Takbo.ph.
For more information about the Men’s Health All-Terrain Race, grab a copy of the May issue of Men’s Health featuring Coco Martin on the cover, available in newsstands, bookstores and supermarkets nationwide. You may also visit http://www.menshealth.com.ph or follow us on Facebook via Facebook.com/menshealthphilippines.
Note: Finisher’s of the longest distance for this race will get a medal! 🙂
While the shirt is nice, it’s the experience that’s worth keeping.
Php 500 – 5K
Php 500 – 10K
Php 600 – 16K
Php 500 – 20K
Php 600 – 40K
10K Run + 20K Bike
Register now and taste the difference of an All-Terrain Race!