Pacer Duty Done

Ordinary but Effective Ways of Doing Things

Last Saturday, the 24th of January 2015, I went to San Fernando, Pampanga for a pacing duty at the 5th 160kms Bataan Death March Ultramarathon. I was privileged to join the 1st and the 2nd edition, but after it, I stayed as a pacer and crew since the 3rd.

As a backgrounder, browse thru:

1st Edition. Finished in 34 hours 5 minutes 54 seconds.

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2nd Edition, Finished 29 hours 31 minutes and 22 seconds.

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3rd Edition, Crew and Pacer to CJ Paran who finished fast at 14th Overall, with a time of 27 hours 1 minute 28 seconds.

CJ with the entire team. lol CJ with the entire team. lol

4th Edition, Pacer to Daphne Codilla, who finished 4th Overall and the Female Champion, with a time of 24 hours 16 minutes 44 seconds.

For lack of available actual picture at the Finish Line, Daphne is seated here in front of me at the U-turn of BDM 160. For lack of available actual picture at the Finish Line, Daphne is seated here in front of me at the U-turn of…

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