Antique Marathon on November 15, 2015 at Sibalom, Antique
The 2nd ANTIQUE MARATHON is a 3-town race in the province of Antique, Philippines. It will take off from the town of Sibalom and will pass through the capital town of San Jose de Buenavista and the historic town of Hamtic. The route is relatively flat which is friendly to first time marathoners. It consists of 37 km asphalt and concrete with a 5Km dirt, sand and aggregate road. Runners will never run out of fresh air that flows from the nearby mountains, rice fields to the sea. Runners will pass through 3 historic sites in the province – the Pangpang bridge – famous for the Pangpang Massacre in the 1980’s, the assassination site of Evelio B. Javier – the local hero of the province who was assassinated in 1986 which also triggered the start of EDSA Revolution. His supporters are the ones who were massacred at the Pangpang bridge. Finally the Malay Settlement site believed to be the first settlement of the 10 Bornean Datus in the 13th Century.
Race/Event Date: November 15, 2015/Sunday
Location: Sibalom, Antique
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