Adidas KOTR Race Kit Giveaway Winner

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Thank you to all those who joined the promo. And the winner is Ghiex David!

Congratulations Ghiex David!
You won One (1) KOTR VIP Certificate = One (1) Free Adidas King of the Road Race Kit

For those who did not win, you can still register at adidas Greenbelt 3, adidas SM Mall of Asia, adidas SM Megamall, adidas Powerplant, adidas Trinoma, adidas Two Parkade (Bonifacio Global City), or Runnr at Bonifacio High Street until June 30, 2013.

adidas-kotr-gift-certificate

Thank you to all those who joined the promo. And the winner is Ghiex David!

Congratulations Ghiex David!
You won One (1) KOTR VIP Certificate = One (1) Free Adidas King of the Road Race Kit

For those who did not win, you can still register at adidas Greenbelt 3, adidas SM Mall of Asia, adidas SM Megamall, adidas Powerplant, adidas Trinoma, adidas Two Parkade (Bonifacio Global City), or Runnr at Bonifacio High Street until June 30, 2013.

We sent you a message through your mobile phone on how to claim your prize. If you did not receive a message, please email info@marathonphilippines.com

adidas Philippines: Preparing Yourself for the 2012 adidas King of the Road

Triathlon coach Ani de Leon-Brown shares her foolproof tips to getting run-ready for the KOTR

With this year’s adidas King of the Road (KOTR) coming up this September 30, it’s time to begin your preparations for the run.

If this is your first running event and it actually took you a while to finally gather the courage to join, then keeping that motivation alive is your number one priority. You may follow the dozen or so helpful tips online (like adidasrunning on Facebook), but without the proper motivation, all your preparations are for naught.

Set Your Goals. “Preparing for a race is like preparing for an exam– you have to study the specific subject so you will not be shocked and will have the answers on race day. It pays to have a plan for whatever distance you are aiming for,” said Coach Ani de Leon-Brown, Filipina Ironwoman, triathlete, race director and proud mom.

Triathlon coach Ani de Leon-Brown shares her foolproof tips to getting run-ready for the KOTR

With this year’s adidas King of the Road (KOTR) coming up this September 30, it’s time to begin your preparations for the run.

If this is your first running event and it actually took you a while to finally gather the courage to join, then keeping that motivation alive is your number one priority. You may follow the dozen or so helpful tips online (like adidasrunning on Facebook), but without the proper motivation, all your preparations are for naught.

Set Your Goals. “Preparing for a race is like preparing for an exam– you have to study the specific subject so you will not be shocked and will have the answers on race day. It pays to have a plan for whatever distance you are aiming for,” said Coach Ani de Leon-Brown, Filipina Ironwoman, triathlete, race director and proud mom.

When asked what she usually does to keep her motivation intact, she answered, “I visualize the excitement of race day.” She adds, “Visualize that you are going through the race already, and finishing it happily. It is great to have certain goals in your mind in terms of time, effort level, pacing, etc. If you have already planned these things ahead it will be much easier to actually execute them.”

Eat Right. Now is not the time to obsess over that bag of chips in your cupboard or that triple chocolate-flavoured ice cream in the fridge. When preparing for a race, a balanced diet is vital. If you’re training for a light to moderate session, Coach Ani advises not to eat too much before the run. “Maybe a banana or a slice of bread with peanut butter, or a small bowl of oatmeal will do,” she suggests.

“If you are doing a very long session you can plan to eat a much more solid meal at least two hours beforehand,” she adds. After your workout, she recommends, “focus on taking in some lean protein along with carbs for optimal recovery.”

Hydrate. Aside from your food intake, always remember to hydrate. Coach Ani advised, “During short runs, only water is necessary. For runs longer than an hour, some sports drinks or gels can help.”

Use the right gear. It may not be wise to start buying new gear. Stick with what you have. According to Coach Ani, “all you need is your favorite pair of running shoes.” If you have nothing to wear yet, test out your gear before the race and make sure you break in your new shoes. You don’t want to commit the common mistake of ending the race with blisters on your feet or, worse, dropping out of the race before crossing the finish line because of extreme pain.

Always take comfort into consideration. You may want to wear light running shoes to increase your speed and lessen stress on your leg muscles or heavier, but flexible, shoes that move with your feet to reduce the risk of injuries. “I choose the most responsive models which also offer good support and stability from adidas,” said Coach Ani.

Plan a training routine and stick to it. If you’re a beginner and only signed up for shorter 3km or 5km distances, Coach Ani recommends a very basic regimen of running at least three times a week, with one 45-minute session, even if you have to walk part of it, and two 30-minute sessions.  For advanced runners, she suggests, “more than just aiming to finish the required minutes or distances, they have to train at their target race pace. So some sessions would have to have some speed involved.”

You may want to join a running group such as the adiNation of Runners Philippines, which provides another great approach to sticking to a routine. They have set schedules every week around Metro Manila and registration is free. It’s also a good way to meet new running buddies to train with you for the 2012 King of the Road. If this will be your first time to run, it would be a great venue to get tips and recipes for the proper diet for runners like you. Having running buddies also means surrounding yourself with like-minded people who can surely motivate you when you needed a nudge towards the right direction.

Signing up for the 2012 King of the Road is just the tip of the iceberg. Being physically and mentally prepared is what will separate you from the others and allow you to win that race. “It is an icon of a running race, one of the best and the oldest in the country. Consider yourself lucky to be part of this wonderful event, and savour every moment,” said Coach Ani, a KOTR regular.

For more information on adidas King of the Road, visit http://adidaskingoftheroad.com/ph/ or https://www.facebook.com/adidasPhilippines

Adidas King of the Road 2012

adidas King of the Road 2012 is a running championship held across 5 countries – Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines and Singapore.

Race/Event Date: Sunday, September 30, 2012

Location: Bonifacio Global City, Taguig

Race Types and Registration Fees:

adidas King of the Road 2012 is a running championship held across 5 countries – Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines and Singapore.

Race/Event Date: Sunday, September 30, 2012

Location: Bonifacio Global City, Taguig

Race Types and Registration Fees:

16.8km/Men’s Closed (For Filipino Only)

16.8km/Women’s Closed (For Filipino Only)

16.8km/Men’s Open (For All Nationalities)

16.8km/Women’s Open (For All Nationalities)

10km/Men’s Open (For All Nationalities)

10km/Women’s Open (For All Nationalities)

5km/Men’s Open (For All Nationalities)

5km/Women’s Open (For All Nationalities)

16.8K – P1300

10K – P1050

5K – P1050

Registration will start on the 25th July 2012 and close on the 23rd September 2012. In the event of participation reaching 10,000 runners, registration will be closed.

Registration Venues: 

adidas MegaMall

adidas Rockwell

adidas MOA

adidas Trinoma

adidas Greenbelt 3

For online registration and other details, visit http://adidaskingoftheroad.com/ph/

adidas crowns the King of the Road this 2011

MANILA, October 23 – The adidas King of the Road (KOTR) came to a vibrant and colorful close at the Bonifacio Global City grounds as thousands of participants fought to the finish as they vied for the ‘adidas Southeast Asia King of the Road 2011’ crown.

MANILA, October 23 – The adidas King of the Road (KOTR) came to a vibrant and colorful close at the Bonifacio Global City grounds as thousands of participants fought to the finish as they vied for the ‘adidas Southeast Asia King of the Road 2011’ crown.

Exemplifying the brand’s exceptional commitment to sport, the adidas KOTR has unified runners from all around Asia – with participants from Thailand, then Singapore, Indonesia, and Malaysia. The race then culminated here in its first ever host country, making Philippines the ultimate race destination. Represented through the variety of different coloured adidas singlets, the multi-colour showcase is meant to demonstrate the vibrancy of the sports scene across Southeast Asia.

The adidas KOTR was a testament to the keen and enthusiastic participants overflowing with energy as early as three in the morning as they prepare for the very first gunstart at 5AM. With three different categories varying from 5K, to 16.8K and 21K, the routes make for an enjoyable and pleasant race day. adidas definitely delivered the race of a lifetime, creating an experience where runners not only challenged themselves but also achieved personal breakthroughs. Celebrities who made personal breakthroughs in this race are Robi Domingo, Rich Hardin, and Karylle . Even Iza Calzado, Will DeVaughn, Kim Atienza, and Rovilson Fernandez went all in with at the adidas King of the Road race.

The 16.8K category is the most distinctive signature distance this year as winners from the previous legs in Thailand, Singapore, Indonesia, and Malaysia were flown in to represent their countries. Taking home the King of the Road 2011 crowns are I Gusti Gede Karang Asem with a running time of 57:58 and Mary Joy Tabal with a runnning time of 1:04:44 for our 16.8K Southeast Asian  winners, David Mutai with a running time of 54:41 and Esthar Karimi with a running time of 1:02:07 for the 16.8K Open Category; John Philip Duenas with a running time of 54:41 for the 16.8K Closed Category; Kimbert Sarmiento  with a running time of 15:59 for the 5K Category; and Frederick Mwingirwa Mathiu with a running time of 1:10:12 for the 21K Category.

With the availability of premium running products and training platforms, adidas provides runners with the tools needed for a better run—whether it’s finishing the first marathon or breaking a personal best. From the adiNation of Runners, a running community formed to help motivate and train running enthusiasts to train together on a weekly basis; to the launch of the adidas miCoach virtual training system, nothing else gets a runner more prepared for a race than adidas. Race analysis and photos will be made available 3 weeks after the race day at http://runrio.com/. For more information and updates, participants may continuously check http://www.adidaskingoftheroad.com/or visit http://www.facebook.com/adidasPhilippines .


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adidas King of the Road 2011 Kick-Off Advisory

adidas would like to remind you that the KOTR 2011 Kick-Off is this coming Monday to Wednesday, October 10-12 from 11am to 11pm at the NBC Tent at the Fort Bonifacio Global City.

Come collect your race pack during this time. Do note that it is mandatory to collect your race pack in order to participate in the race. There are running clinics, talks for runners, selling and sampling booths, games, and raffle, so we encourage all participants to drop by. The KOTR 2011 Kick-off is open to the public so please feel free to bring family and friends.

adidas would like to remind you that the KOTR 2011 Kick-Off is this coming Monday to Wednesday, October 10-12 from 11am to 11pm at the NBC Tent at the Fort Bonifacio Global City.

Come collect your race pack during this time. Do note that it is mandatory to collect your race pack in order to participate in the race. There are running clinics, talks for runners, selling and sampling booths, games, and raffle, so we encourage all participants to drop by. The KOTR 2011 Kick-off is open to the public so please feel free to bring family and friends.

Read on to ensure smooth race pack collection.

The adidas Race Pack consists of the ff:

  1. KOTR 2011 Tote Bag
  2. KOTR 2011 Singlet
  3. Race Bib
  4. KOTR 2011 Timing Device
  5. Freebies from Sponsors

Collecting race pack for yourself:

Find the lane for your category, fall in line, and present your KOTR confirmation letter and the valid ID that you used for the registration. No requirements or incomplete requirements, no race pack.

Collecting through a representative:

Should you be unable to collect your race pack personally, you may allow someone else to collect on your behalf. A representative should present an ID, authorization letter issued by you, attached with your (participant) KOTR confirmation letter, and a photocopy of the ID you used for registration. No requirements or incomplete requirements, no race pack. Representative should locate the lane for your category and queue accordingly.

Collecting bulk race packs:

For group race pack collection, please double check to have all your requirements intact. Please bring authorization letter, attached with the corresponding KOTR confirmation letter, and photocopy of each valid ID used for registration, strictly for each participant whose race pack is being collected for. Find the lane for bulk collection and queue accordingly. No requirements or incomplete requirements, no race pack.

Collecting for minors:

Minors (participants below 18 years old by 23 October), please present your confirmation email, and the valid ID that you used for registration. Please take note that a signed Parental Consent and Indemnity Agreement, and a photocopy of ID of the parent/guardian are required as well.

If you are outside Metro Manila:

All participants from the provinces and overseas who are unavailable for the Kick-Off may claim their race packs on the race day at the Bonifacio Global City on Sunday, October 23, 2011 from 3am-4am only. Please present your KOTR confirmation letter and valid ID used for registration. No requirements or incomplete requirements, no race pack.

If you registered through Free Run Promo:

Please expect delivery of your race pack on or before Oct 21. Come down to NBC Tent to participate in the side events at the Kick-Off, too.

* adidas Reserves the right to amend all of the above stated at its discretion. For more information, visit  http://www.facebook.com/adidasPhilippines.

Win Race Slots to Adidas KOTR by Powerade

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Three (3) racing slots will be given away to the much-awaited race this October 23, the Adidas King of the Road 2011.

Promo Period: Until August 30, 2011, 12 midnight

To join, just answer these questions:

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Three (3) racing slots will be given away to the much-awaited race this October 23, the Adidas King of the Road 2011.

Promo Period: Until Monday, August 29, 2011, 12 midnight

Mechanics:
1. Answer the following questions:
-How has Powerade stepped up your game?
-Why do you love Powerade?

2. Leave your answer in the comments section below.

The 3 best entries will win 1 racing slot each to the Adidas KOTR.

This contest is brought to you by:
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Powerade FAQs

What is Powerade?
-Powerade is a scientifically formulated sports drink
-It not only quenches your thirst but also replenishes lost fluid and electrolytes in the body after exercise or any physical activity
-Fluid replacement is important as it compensates for those which are lost during perspiration or sweating (specially for athletes like us)
-It’s just 84 calories per (250 mL) serving unlike other sugared drinks which people consume when they are at the gym or when in sports Powerade is a Global brand from the Coca-Cola Company
-It is made by the Coca-Cola company and is the official sports drink of the Olympic Games and the official hydrators of the 2010 FIFA World Cup
-Available in three flavors – Berry Ice (red), Mountain Blast (blue) and Orange Burst (orange) to encourage people to drink enough fluids in the form of a sports drink

Why are Electrolytes and Carbohydrates Important?
-Electrolytes are ions which have special functions in our body. Powerade currently has two – sodium and potassium which help drive thirst and promotes water balance in your system.
-These help prevent being short of breath and muscle cramps so in the end make you become your best self and do better.
-Carbohydrates in sports drink, in the form of sugar, will give you sustained energy in your sports or exercise and keep those muscles working
-Water alone will not provide these support to step-up your game and keep playing
-Athlete can talk about his personal experience about it during practice/training and while at the game

Is Powerade and Energy Drinks the same?
Though almost all energy drinks give you the promise of feeling energetic and alive to do more, it does not really give your body electrolytes, which are necessary to keeping you hydrated. You may be able to get a kick out of energy drinks, but you will not have the sustained energy to be able to kick that extra goal unless you drink a sports drink like Powerade.

Why is it important not to get dehydrated?
Dehydration makes exercise feel harder because your heart has to beat faster to get the oxygen and fuel to your muscles that they need. Dehydration can also result in your body temperature increasing during exercise. Sports drinks such as Powerade help to keep your body cool during exercise.

To avoid dehydration and get the most out of yourself and your sports drink, you should drink before, during and after sport. Before sport it is important to hydrate yourself and get fluid into the body. Regular replacement of fluid is the main consideration during any sports event. This can be in the form of plain water for shorter bouts of exercise, but for longer events the fluid should also include small amounts of carbohydrate and electrolytes. Drinking it after a strenuous exercise will help you recover fast so you are ready for the next game.

How much should I drink to get hydrated?
Before you can win, you need to know how much you lose. Get on the scales. Weigh yourself, immediately before and after exercise, you’ll get a good idea of how much fluid you actually lose during exercise. The difference in weight is all the fluid you need to replace.

Any tips for people to get most out of their workout?
1. Don’t forget to stretch. Start and end your training sessions with stretching exercises to avoid any injuries. Injuries can have unfavorable effects on your training schedule and render you incapable to continue your bid to run.

2. Warm ups are important. After stretching at the start of your training session, proceed with a 5-10 minutes of warm up – either an easy jog or a walk would do. This will loosen up your leg muscles to achieve maximum efficiency in your actual training.

3. Acclimate gradually. During exercise, do not increase your speed instantly. You have to acclimate to the heat gradually and safely to warm-up and condition your body.

4. Dress light and loose. Wear lightweight, loose-fitting and light-colored clothing. Choose sports-specific synthetics over cotton. Tight clothing can be uncomfortable when damp with sweat and dark colors absorb the sun’s light and heat.

5. Get wet. Don’t forget to drink water to aid yourself in cooling your body during your runs. It’s also refreshing to pour cold water over your head especially when doing endurance training like running or biking long distances. It is more important to replenish lost fluids, carbohydrates and electrolytes with a Sports Drink like Powerade..

Everything you need to know about the adidas King of the Road 2011

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What is the adidas King of the Road (KOTR)?
Adidas King of the Road 2011 is a running championship held across five (5) countries – Thailand, Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Philippines.

Each country is a qualifying leg towards the finals, which is held in the Philippines on 23 October 2011. The winner and runner-up of each country’s 16.8km category win an all-expenses paid trip to the Philippines to compete with the best of the best in Southeast Asia.

When and where will the 2011 adidas King of the Road Philippines be held?
The adidas King of the Road Philippines will be held on 23 October 2011 (Sunday) at the Bonifacio Global City.
What are the race categories available and how much is the race entry fee?
The race is divided into the following categories:
• 5km Men’s Open – 1,050
• 5km Women’s Open – 1,050
• 16.8km Men’s Open/Closed – 1,300
• 16.8km Women’s Open/Closed – 1,300
• 21km Men’s Open
• 21km Women’s Open

Why is the international championship race distance at 16.8km?
With the championship race distance at 16.8km, you’ll be able to complete 2 marathons (84km) over five (5) countries with adidas KOTR 2011…

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What is the adidas King of the Road (KOTR)?
Adidas King of the Road 2011 is a running championship held across five (5) countries – Thailand, Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Philippines.

Each country is a qualifying leg towards the finals, which is held in the Philippines on 23 October 2011. The winner and runner-up of each country’s 16.8km category win an all-expenses paid trip to the Philippines to compete with the best of the best in Southeast Asia.

When and where will the 2011 adidas King of the Road Philippines be held?
The adidas King of the Road Philippines will be held on 23 October 2011 (Sunday) at the Bonifacio Global City.
What are the race categories available and how much is the race entry fee?
The race is divided into the following categories:
• 5km Men’s Open – 1,050
• 5km Women’s Open – 1,050
• 16.8km Men’s Open/Closed – 1,300
• 16.8km Women’s Open/Closed – 1,300
• 21km Men’s Open
• 21km Women’s Open

Why is the international championship race distance at 16.8km?
With the championship race distance at 16.8km, you’ll be able to complete 2 marathons (84km) over five (5) countries with adidas KOTR 2011.

What’s the theme for this year’s KOTR?
KOTR features a different theme each year, and this year’s theme is entitled ‘Colours’. This is represented through the variety of different coloured adidas singlets participants will don. The multi-colour showcase is meant to demonstrate the vibrancy of the sports scene across Southeast Asia.

Just how big is the adidas KOTR race?
An estimated total of 40,000 runners are expected to pound the pavement across Southeast Asia.

How do I register?
You may register in three different ways.
1. Regular registration
• Register online at www.adidaskingoftheroad.com at your convenience
• Only Visa and Mastercard credit card/debit cards are accepted
• Receive an email confirmation once registration has been processed
2. Free Run promo
• Be one of the first 100 participants per store to register and get a guaranteed slot (and guaranteed singlet size in the color of your choice) in KOTR 2011
• Get 50% off your registration fee when you purchase Php5,000 worth of adidas running products or register absolutely free when you purchase adidas running products worth Php7,000
• Those who avail of this promo will be getting their race kits sent to their preferred address via carrier
• Promo period is from June 29-Aug 31, 2011
3. Prepaid Registration
• Beginning August 22, you may avail of the KOTR Prepaid Reservation Form giving you the chance to pre-register for the KOTR 2011.
• The KOTR Prepaid Reservation Forms gives you the chance to reserve a slot by paying in cash at selected KOTR doors.
• As you receive your KOTR Prepaid Reservation Form, you will receive your very own Reservation Code. The Reservation Code is a unique code that corresponds to a race slot. Only cash payments are accepted.
• The purchase alone does not register you for KOTR 2011. You still have to log on to the website and register as soon as possible as the purchase of the Prepaid Reservation Form guarantees only that your race slot is reserved, not your singlet size.
• The purchase of the KOTR Prepaid Reservation Form is on a first-come, first-served basis.
• KOTR Prepaid Reservation Forms are available from August 22 to August 31, or while forms last. Registration ends August 31, 2011.

Avail of the Free Run Promo and the Prepaid Registration at the ff participating stores namely: adidas in 1) Alabang Town Center 2) Gateway Mall 3) Glorietta 3 4) Greenbelt 3 5) Greenhills 6) Newport Mall 7) Powerplant Mall 8) Robinsons Place Ermita 9) SM MOA 10) SM North Edsa 11) Shangri-La 12) TriNoma, and 13) RUNNR Bonifacio Global City and 14) RUNNR TriNoma.

What time is the assembly time and where?

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When and where can I collect my Race Kit?
Registered participants are invited to gather at the KOTR 2011 Kick-Off Assembly from Oct 10-12, 11am-11pm at the NBC Tent, Bonifacio Global City, where race kits containing singlet, timing device, and other race paraphernalia will be distributed and a variety of activities awaits everyone. It is necessary to bring a copy of the confirmation e-mail from the organiser and a valid ID upon collecting the Race Kit.

Last-minute race kit collection may be done on the actual Race Day on Oct 23 at the event grounds from 3am-4am only. To claim race kit, please present confirmation email and a valid government-issued ID. Those who have availed of the Free Run Promo get their race kits shipped to their mailing address for free.

What is the time of the gun start?
*Assembly Time: 3:30am – all runners 7th Street (START Arch)
5:00 AM 21K
5: 30 AM 16.8K WAVE 1
5: 35 AM 16.8K WAVE 2
5: 50 AM 5K WAVE 1
5: 55 AM 5K WAVE 2
6:00 AM 5K WAVE 3

What is the KOTR Ipico Card?
IPICO’s dual-frequency, shoe-mounted RFID tags are easy to use, quick to collect and adidas’ top choice for the adidas King of the Road 2011.

The Ipico system works using a shoe-mounted plastic tag that is approximately half the size and similar thickness to a credit card. The tag is tied into the shoelaces and each time it passes over one of the blue Ipico timing mats, the tag ID and exact time of passing are recorded in the Ipico Elite reader box and transferred to KOTR’s timing software for processing.

It is important that the tag is flat and tied to the shoelaces correctly throughout the event.

This custom made KOTR Ipico Card is yours to keep and can be used for the following adidas KOTR races for 2-3 more years. Leave the finish line area and keep this KOTR Ipico Card as your KOTR souvenir, a great piece of memorabilia to display along with your finishers medallion.

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How about hydration and safety?
The KOTR will have water stationg installed every 1.5km along the race path, ensuring every runner to hydrate as necessary. In total, there are 14 water stations, 14 Powerade stations, and strategically located at the 21k race route are 2 sponge stations, and 1 banana station.

On first aid, the KOTR is fully equipped with first aid teams to attend to runners needing assistance. There are a total of 15 ambulances, 15 medic stations, and 11 medics roving on bicycles. There will also be marshals – police men, traffic aids, and radio communicators manning various points at the race path..

Adidas KOTR Prepaid Reservation Forms now available

August 22, MANILA – Beginning today, you may now avail of the KOTR Prepaid Reservation Form giving you the chance to pre-register for the adidas King of the Road (KOTR) slated on October 23 at the Bonifacio Global City. KOTR Prepaid Reservation Forms gives you the chance to reserve a slot by paying in cash at selected KOTR doors.

Visit registration booths in participating stores namely: adidas in 1) Alabang Town Center 2) Gateway Mall 3) Glorietta 3 4) Greenbelt 3 5) Greenhills 6) Newport Mall 7) Powerplant Mall 8) Robinsons Place Ermita 9) SM MOA 10) SM North Edsa 11) Shangri-La 12) TriNoma, and 13) RUNNR Bonifacio Global City and 14) RUNNR TriNoma. Choose the category you want to join, ranging from 5k, 16.8k, and 21k. Pay the race fee in cash—P1,050—for both 5k and 21k, and P1,300 for 16.8k, then receive your KOTR Prepaid Reservation Form, which indicates your Reservation Code. Only cash payments are accepted. The Reservation Code is a unique code that corresponds to a race slot…

August 22, MANILA – Beginning today, you may now avail of the KOTR Prepaid Reservation Form giving you the chance to pre-register for the adidas King of the Road (KOTR) slated on October 23 at the Bonifacio Global City. KOTR Prepaid Reservation Forms gives you the chance to reserve a slot by paying in cash at selected KOTR doors.

Visit registration booths in participating stores namely: adidas in 1) Alabang Town Center 2) Gateway Mall 3) Glorietta 3 4) Greenbelt 3 5) Greenhills 6) Newport Mall 7) Powerplant Mall 8) Robinsons Place Ermita 9) SM MOA 10) SM North Edsa 11) Shangri-La 12) TriNoma, and 13) RUNNR Bonifacio Global City and 14) RUNNR TriNoma. Choose the category you want to join, ranging from 5k, 16.8k, and 21k. Pay the race fee in cash—P1,050—for both 5k and 21k, and P1,300 for 16.8k, then receive your KOTR Prepaid Reservation Form, which indicates your Reservation Code. Only cash payments are accepted. The Reservation Code is a unique code that corresponds to a race slot.

1. Immediately log on to www.adidaskingoftheroad.com to register.
2. Go to the Philippines tab and click on Registration.
3. Read and accept the Terms and Conditions then click VIP/Prepaid Registration.
4. Key in your Reservation Code found on your KOTR Prepaid Reservation Form and follow registration steps as instructed.
5. Receive your confirmation email after a successful registration.

The purchase of the KOTR Prepaid Reservation Form is on a first-come, first-served basis. The purchase alone does not register you for KOTR 2011. You still have to log on to the website and register as soon as possible as the purchase of the Prepaid Reservation Form guarantees only that your race slot is reserved, not your singlet size. The Prepaid Reservation Forms are limited per store. If a certain category has run out in one store, try visiting other adidas stores. Should you wish to register and pay online via Visa/MasterCard credit/debit card, there is no need to visit the store, simply log on to www.adidaskingoftheroad.com to register, read and accept Terms and Conditions, then choose Individual Registration.

Please note that no computer stations are set up in the stores. Log on to the website to register from any computer with Internet connection. KOTR Prepaid Reservation Forms are available from August 22 to August 31, 2011, or while forms last. Registration ends August 31, 2011.

For news and updates on KOTR, visit www.adidaskingoftheroad.com and the adidas Philippines facebook fanpage.
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