PH longest ultra race sets on October 28- 342 km

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Finest ultrarunners nationwide are all set to join the country’s longest ultramarathon race scheduled on October 28. The 3rd Manila to Daet Endurance Race 2017 is one of toughest ultramarathon in the country today with its promising and remarkable distance of 342 kilometer that will truly left awe to everyone in the running community.

Aside from its jaw dropping distance, from Rizal Park in Manila the race will track some of the most the difficult routes of the PAN Philippine Highway crossing borders to borders of three regions of Southern Luzon finishing at the historic first Rizal Monument, mostly known as Bantayog Shrine in Daet, Camarines Norte

The said race event will span about 82 hours rain or shine concluding on November 1st 8AM following strict cut off times at each designated check points. All finishers will be awarded of elusive finisher’s buckle, trophy and medal.

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Image Credit to: Rodell Mendoza, Race Director

Champions to champions from various racing events  are expected to join as far as Cebu City.  This year’s Manila-Baguio (250k) Champion, Mr. Vico Librilla is also expected to vie the title. Together with him is BBG Superstar Roselle Abajo to set record for finishing first female in the longest ultra race in the country. Last year’s edition champion was Joseph de la Rosa with finish time of 86 hours and 25 minutes ans 14 seconds finishing bronze category.

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The race has limited slots and for toughest runners only, Sir Rodell Mendoza (Race Director) urges all “to never join if your mind, body and soul are not ready”. In fact guidelines are stipulated to set standards among racers.

For more details you may follow and redirect this link below;

https://rodellmen.wordpress.com/2017/09/05/3m2d-342km-endurance-race-2017/

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