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2012 Run United 2 Race Photos AVAILABLE NOW!

Hello Runners! The facility to view/download your 2012 Run United 2 race photos is now available. To start viewing, click HERE to go to the Unilab Active Health Official Site and click on the RU2 Headline at the home page’s carousel (same as image above) or click on the image above. Please have your bib number ready as this will be needed in searching for your photos.

Enjoy!

 

 

ICTUS Century Run photos now available

We are pleased to announce the availability of all the ICTUS Century Run photos.

You can view, search and order your photos at www.photovendo.ph

Just key in your Race/BIB Number and all your photos will come up.

PHOTOVENDO now offers HIGH RESOLUTION COPIES ready for download intead of having prints. Simply choose the order type (4″x6″, 6″X9″ or SoftCopy Download)

All payments may be done through traditional bank deposit(BDO) or by credit via our Paypal account.

We look forward to seeing you at the next race: The Happy Run

~PhotoVendo~

VSO Bahaginan Fun Run photos.

We are pleased to announce the availability of all the VSO Bahaginan Fun Run photos.

You can view, search and order your photos at www.photovendo.ph

We have simplified the process of searching for your photos. Just key in your Race/BIB Number and all your photos will come up.

Due to numerous requests we’ve received, PHOTOVENDO now offers HIGH RESOLUTION COPIES ready for download intead of having prints. Simply choose the order type (4″x6″, 6″X9″ or SoftCopy Download)

All payments may be done through traditional bank deposit(BDO) or by credit via our Paypal account.

We look forward to seeing you at the next race: UNICEF: Walk on the Child’s Side

~PhotoVendo~

Nike Human Race Pictures available for pick-up

Good News!

All unclaimed free race pictures from the Nike Human Race event is now available for pick at Nike Park Bonifacio High Street Branch. Please look for Ms. Gina at the counter and simply present your claim stub.

We have prepared a list of the available photos. Please see attached file.

As much we want to open the PhotoVendo site for viewing and ordering the rest of your race photos. We don’t want to encounter a technical problem similar to what happened with the on-site system. This is why we are making sure that before we launch the site, we are already 100% sure that the system is ready.

Again, we apologize for the delay and sincerely ask for your patience.

~PhotoVendo Management

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RUNRIO: Milo-Marathoner in 2 months

MARATHON #1

By: Butch Tansengco

Race day: The 32nd National Milo Marathon Metro Manila Elimination Race – I was promptly in bed at around 8:00 p.m. of the eve of the race, but the anxiety of running my first marathon prevailed over me and it took me another two hours or so of channel flicking and tossing and turning before I finally dozed off. Nevertheless, I beat two cellphones (three, including my wife’s) with their respective alarm settings set to go off at 2:00 a.m. and was up and about by 1:30 a.m. to go about my pre-race ritual, courtesy of a handful of running books purchased during the course of my two-month preparation and countless back-issues of Runner’s World:

- light breakfast (at least two hours before the start) consisting of a peanut butter sandwich, a cup of milk and cereals and a cup of fruit cocktail: check

- applying petroleum jelly to areas that are prone to being chafed: check (or so I thought)

- gear (singlet, race bib, shorts, socks, shoes, heart rate monitor, chest strap, foot pod, shades, cap): check

- sunblock: check!

My wife, Lora (who was going to run the 10K), and I left our Makati home a little past three and were parked in front of The Manila Hotel some fifteen minutes later to meet up with Coach Rio dela Cruz and his assistant, Coach John (a South East Asian Games gold medallist and record holder), who were kind enough to volunteer to be my support team during the marathon. I constantly ribbed Coach Rio that his main incentive was to see me finish (hopefully within the prescribed five-hour cut-off for the event) or his coaching career would be over! Of course, this was all done in jest as Coach Rio had reluctantly agreed to my foolhardy request in late May to get me marathon-ready in two months.


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