Rogin-E LAST MAN RUNNING

Rogin-E LAST MAN RUNNING

5k/10k/Rogin-E Last Man Running Race

February 20, 2010

McKinley Hill, Taguig

I. REGISTRATION DETAILS:

Registration Fee: NONE

Registration Requirements:

– A proof of purchase of any Rogin-E multivitamins bottle*

– Properly filled-out the registration form (which also covers a waiver of liability)

Additional Registration Requirement for those joining the Last Man Running Race Category:

– A copy of a race result page showing his name as proof of participation in a Full Marathon race (42.195km) or longer (ultra-marathon) held within the last 6 months prior to this event

OR

– A certification from a physician indicating fitness to participate in an athletic competition

*Walk-in participants are welcome to join by purchasing their Rogin-E bottle at the registration booths.

Registration Venues:

1. Mercury Drug

– Trinoma Mall 1 on Jan 7 to 9, Feb 11 to 13 and Feb 18-19

– Glorietta 3 Makati on Jan 7 to 9, Jan 21 to 23, Jan 14, Jan 28 and Feb 4

– Market Market Global City, Taguig on Feb 4 to 6, Feb 11 to 13 and Feb 18 to 19

2. Watsons

– SM Mall of Asia Mall 1 on Jan 14 to 16 and Jan 29 to 30

– SM North EDSA Main on Jan 21 to 23 and Feb 4 to 6

– SM Megamall B on Jan 15 to 16 and Jan 28 to 30

3. ROX in Bonifacio High Street from Feb 1 to 13 (3 to 8pm only)

II. RACE CATEGORIES:

– 5k

– 10k

– Rogin-E Last Man Running Race which is capped at 7 hours

III. GUN START:

– 5k : 6:00 am

– 10k : 5:45 am

– Rogin-E Last Man Running : 4:00 am

IV. RACE COURSE:

The 5k and 10k races will have separate race courses but will be terminating at the same finish arch.

The Rogin-E Last Man Running Race will be run around a much longer area and distance. One lap approximately covers 2.5km.

V. PRIZES:

– The top male and female finihsers for the 5k and 10k races will receive a cash prize:

5k Top Male/Female Finisher : P5,000 each

10k Top Male/Female Finisher : P10,000 each

– For the Rogin-E Last Man Running category, there will only be one winner: The ULTIMATE RUNNER who has covered the longest distance in a span of 7 hours!

At the end of the endurance race, the Rogin-E Last Man Running will be awarded and will be given a cash prize of P50,000.

Note that the rogin-E Last Man Running has minimum pace requirements per hour.

A runner should maintain the required minimum pace/segment during the 7-hour race.

1st 2 hours – minimum of 6mins/km pace

2nd 2 hours – minimum of 7mins/km pace

3rd 2 hours – minimum of 8mins/km pace

last hour – minimum of 9mins/km pace

A pacer runner will run the required pace during each segment. If the pacer overtakes a runner that runner will be eliminated. The race will test a runner’s speed and endurance.

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2010 PIFGEX “Gifts of Nature” Photography Competition

The “Gifts of Nature” is a photography contest being organized with the purpose of increasing awareness of the need to protect our environment, educate people about the Philippine’s natural beauty with its rich yet fragile biodiversity, its endearing culture and also, its unique products.

Categories: We are looking for impressive or unusual images of nature — on land, in the air and beneath the water’s surface—from anywhere in the Philippines.

Category A: Flora (Plants)

This category includes photographs focusing on Philippine endemic or indigenous plants or flowers. Partial adjustment of the brightness and color variation of photos is allowed. Sharpening adjustments that will not reduce the photo’s natural effect are allowed.

Category B: Fauna (Reptiles, Amphibians, Marine, Avians, Mammals, Insects)

This category includes photographs focusing on Philippine endemic and indigenous animals portrait and behavior. Partial adjustment of the brightness and color variation of photos is allowed. Sharpening adjustments that will not reduce the photo’s natural effect are allowed.

Category C: Nature and Landscapes

The category includes photographs of any landscape or object in the Philippines in its natural state regardless of geographical location, weather or season, such as rains, mists, sunrises, sunsets, flowers, trees, mountains, rivers, animals, plants, etc. Partial adjustment of the brightness and color variation of photos is allowed. Sharpening adjustments that will not reduce the photo’s natural effect are allowed.

The Organizing Committee of

PIFGEX 2010 Photography Competition

Mechanics and Guidelines

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15th Philippine International Hot Air Balloon Fiesta

I’m so excited for this year Hot Air Balloon festival. Last year was my first time and since then I’m looking forward for the next event. So this year I hope i could join the festival.

Anyway here is the tentative schedule for the 2010 Balloon Festival

February 11
THURSDAY

FIRST FIESTA DAY

Hot Air Balloon Flight

5:30-7:00AM

Paragliding Exhibition

7:00-7:30AM

Ultra-Light Aircraft Formation Flying

7:40-8:30AM

Ultra-Light Bomb Dropping Audience Participation

8:30-9:30PM

Skydiving Exhibition

9:30-10:00AM

Kite Flying Exhibition

10:00-11:00AM

AOPA Light Airplane Balloon Bursting Competition

11:00AM-1:30PM

Sky Diving Exhibition

1:30-2:00PM

Army Jeep Club Demonstration

2:00-2:45PM

RC Demonstration Flying

3:45-4:30PM

Rocketry Demonstration

4:30-5:00PM

Ultralight Formation Flying

5:00-5:20PM

Hot Air Balloon Fly-In

5:20-6:00PM

February 12
FRIDAY

SECOND FIESTA DAY

Hot Air Balloon Flight

5:30-7:00AM

Paragliding Exhibition

7:00-7:30AM

Ultralight Aircraft Flyby

7:40-8:30AM

Aerobatic Flight Display

8:30-9:30AM

RC Helicopter Show

9:30-9:50AM

AOPA Aircraft Flyby

9:50-10:30AM

AOPA Aircraft Balloon Bursting Competition

10:30-11:30AM

Skydiving Exhibition

11:00-11:30AM

Ultralight Airplane Bomb Dropping

11:30AM-12:30PM

SIL Helio Courier Short Field Demo Flight

12:30-1:00PM

Choreographed Kite Flying Exhibition

1:00-1:30PM

Fire Fighting Exhibition

1:30-2:30PM

AOPA Regional Summit

3:00- 5:00PM

Sky Diving exhibition

2:15-3:00PM

Aerobatic Show

3:00-3:15PM

Rocketry Demonstration

4:00-4:30PM

Paragliding Exhibition

4:30-5:15PM

Hot Air Balloon Flights

5:30-6:00PM

AOPA- Fellowship dinner dance

7:00 PM -onwards

February 13
SATURDAY

THIRD FIESTA DAY

Hot Air Balloon Flight

5:30-7:00AM

Paragliding Exhibition

7:00-7:30AM

Ultralight Aircraft Flyby

7:40-8:30AM

Aerobatic Flight Display

8:30-9:00AM

SIL Helio Courier Short Field Demo Flight

9:00-9:30AM

Search And Rescue Flying Exhibition

9:30-10:00AM

AOPA-P, Wings Over Asia, Thai Flying club Fly-By

10:00-10:30AM

Sky Diving Exhibition

10:30-11:00AM

AOPA Light Airplane Balloon Bursting Competition

11:00AM-12:30PM

Choreographed Kite Flying Exhibition

12:30-1:30PM

Ultralight Flying Display

1:30-2:30PM

Piper Turboprop fly by of Ed/ Citation Mustang fly-by

2:30-3:15PM

Skydiving Exhibition

3:15-3:45PM

Aerobatic display

3:45-4:30PM

Rocketry Demonstration

4:30-5:00PM

Ultralight Fly By

5:00-5:30PM

RC Airplane Flying Demonstration

5:30-5:45PM

Hot Air Balloon Flight

5:45-6:15PM

Hot Air Balloon Night Glow

6:45-7:30PM

Annual Aviators Ball and Awards Night

7:40 onwards

February 14
SUNDAY

LAST FIESTA DAY

Hot Air Balloon Flight

5:30-7:00AM

Paragliding Exhibition

7:00-7:30AM

Ultralight Aircraft Flyby

7:30-8:30AM

AOPA-P, Wings Over Asia, Thai Flying club Fly-By

8:30-9:30AM

RC Helicopter Show

9:30-10:00AM

Helicopter Flying Exhibition

10:00-10:30AM

Sky Diving Exhibition

10:30-11:00AM

AOPA Light Airplane Balloon Bursting Competition

11:00AM-12:30PM

Choreographed Kite Flying Exhibition

12:30-1:30PM

Ultralight Flying Display

1:30-2:30PM

RC Airplane Flying Demonstration

2:30-3:00PM

Aerobatic Exhibition

3:00-4:00PM

Rocketry Demonstration

4:00-4:45PM

Search and Rescue Exhibition

4:45-5:30PM

Hot Air Balloon Night Glow

5:30-6:45PM

Crew and Awards Night Party

7:30PM

Tickets are available at the entrance for PhP 150 per person.

You may also pre-order tickets from the main office. Call them at +63 2 384-0085, or through their mobile number: +63 927 340-4994.

Tickets are available via TicketNet and from Recreational Outdoor eXchange at Bonifacio High Street.

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Philippine holidays and long-weekend schedule for 2010

As we bid goodbye to 2009 now is the perfect time for us to plan for our next vacation! 2010 will be a new adventure for me and by now I should be planning for my next travel adventure or just plain old leisure trip.

Plan your vacation here are the list of Philippine holidays and long-weekend schedule for 2010 based on RA 9492 and Proclamation 1841.

  • January 1 (Fri) – New Year’s Day (five-day long weekend from December 30 to January 3)
  • February 23  (Mon) – EDSA Revolution Anniversary (holiday for schools only, three-day long weekend from February 21 to 23)
  • April 1 (Thu) – Holy Thursday
  • April 2 (Fri) – Good Friday (four-day long weekend from April 1 to 4)
  • April 9 (Fri) – Araw ng Kagitingan (three-day long weekend from April 9 to 11)
  • May 1 (Sat) – Labor Day
  • June 14 (Mon) – Independence Day (three-day long weekend from June 12 to 14)
  • August 23 (Mon) – Ninoy Aquino Day (three-day long weekend from August 21 to 23)
  • August 30 (Mon) – National Heroes Day (three-day long weekend from August 28 to 30)
  • September – Eid’l Fitr (to be announced, calculated September 10, possible three-day long weekend from September 10 to 12)
  • November 1 (Mon) – All Saints Day (three-day long weekend from October 30 to November 1)
  • November – Eid ‘l Adha (to be announced, calculated November 16)
  • November 29 (Mon) – Bonifacio Day (three-day long weekend from November 27 to 29)
  • December 24 (Fri) – Non-Working Holiday
  • December 25 (Sat) – Christmas
  • December 27 (Mon) – Rizal Day (four-day long weekend from December 24 to 27)
  • December 31 (Fri) – Non-Working Holiday
  • January 1  (Sat) – New Year’s Day (three-day long weekend from December 31 to January 2)
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