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36th Milo Marathon Metro Manila Eliminations 2012

The 36th National Milo Marathon Metro Manila Eliminations will be held on July 29, 2012. Same as last year, for every runner who joins the National MILO® Marathon, a portion of the registration fee will be allotted to the advocacy. And the money raised will be used to produce running shoes that will be donated to different public schools selected by the Department of Education.

Race/Event Date: Sunday, July 29, 2012

Location: Manila

Race Types and Registration Fees:

42.195K Qualifying Race – P500

21K Half Marathon Elimination Race  - P 500

10K Run – P 500

5K Fun Run (Adults) – P 100

3K Kiddie Run & 5-K Fun Run (Students)  – P 50

Registration Venue:

Riovana, Bonifacio High Street

Riovana, Katipunan

Toby’s, SM Mall of Asia

Toby’s, SM North (The Block)

The Athlete’s Foot, Robinson’s Galleria

The Athlete’s Foot Alabang Town Center

For registration and other details, visit http://www.nestle.com.ph/milo/marathon/ you may also call Mr. Rio De La Cruz at 703-1736 / 09297178164 /09165709220

National Milo Marathon 2011

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35th National Milo Marathon. Help Give Child a Pair of Shoes.

Main Sponsor: Nestle/Milo
Beneficiaries:
On the occasion of Nestle’s 100 years comes golden opportunity to make the cause even bigger. This year, 10,000 more shoes will be handed out to 100 public schools with 100 running shoes each. With P10 pesos out of each registration fee, every runner contributes to a fund that MILO will double amounting to a total of P4,000,000 to be used for buying shoes

Milo Marathon Schedule and Venue
Laoag – July 3, 2011
Dagupan – July 10, 2011
Olongapo – July 17, 2011
Tarlac – July 24, 2011
Manila – July 31, 2011
Batangas – August 21, 2011
Puerto Princesa – August 28, 2011
Naga – September 4, 2011
San Pablo – September 11, 2011
Iloilo – September 18, 2011
Bacolod – September 25, 2011
Cebu City – October 2, 2011
Tagbilaran – October 9, 2011
Cagayan De Oro – October 16, 2011
Butuan – October 23, 2011
General Santos – October 30, 2011
Davao – November 6, 2011
Manila Finals – December 11, 2011

Race Types: 3k / 5k / 10k / 21k / 42.195k

Registration Fees:
Provincial Races:

21k Half Marathon Elimination Race – P500
10k Run – P500
3k Kiddie Run – P100

Metro Manila Races:
42.195k Elimination Race – P500
21k Run – P500
10k Run – P500
3k Kiddie Run & 5k Fun Run – P100

Registration Period: Starts June 6, 2011 for Manila Elims

Registration Venues:
Toby’s SM San Lazaro
The Athlete’s Foot, Robinson’s Galleria
Planet Sports Trinoma
The Athlete’s Foot Alabang Town Center
Toby’s, MOA
Planet Sports Glorietta
RUNNR, Bonifacio High Street

For more info, please visit http://www.nestle.com.ph/milo/marathon/default.html

Milo Marathon Controversy

There are a lot of Blog posts about the recent Milo Marathon controversy, you can find the details at this blog http://lifeisahighway91.blogspot.com/2010/07/fly-in-ointment-dishonesty-at-milo.html

We fully support what was said in this post, specially this Quote from Life is a Highway:

“Now, you may be asking why I am making such a big deal out of all of this. Well, I’ll tell you why.

I’m doing this because, after months of busting my knees and training for this marathon, after almost collapsing due to dehydration and heat exhaustion during the last eight kilometers, I chose to stay the course and somehow managed to finish the race with my integrity intact.

I’m doing this because of fellow runners like Jet Paiso, who got injured during the marathon yet chose to carry on and finished what he started, even if it meant taking all of SEVEN hours to complete the damn thing and crossing the finish line long after the cheering crowds have left.

I’m doing this because I personally witnessed an old, bent, and shabby-looking runner, evidently bereft of material advantages in life, almost crawling to the finish line wearing only one tattered shoe (it wasn’t even a running shoe!) while carrying the other one in his hand, because it apparently lost its sole during the run.

I’m doing this because, somewhere along Kilometer 25, I and another runner attended to an old and battle-scarred marathoner who collapsed in the heat of the late morning sun, and stayed with him until help arrived.

I’m doing this because I’ve just learned that a 21k runner collapsed as he was only a kilometer away from finishing the race, and was then rushed to the hospital where he remained unconscious until he passed away yesterday due to multiple organ failure. May his soul rest in peace.

I’m doing this because, by their acts of dishonesty and lack of integrity, these “finishers” are making a mockery of all the ideals that the sport of running is supposed to instill in all of us.”