3/11/2015

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Running Event: May 2015: The 2nd 21KM Uphill Challenge - Dash For The Orphans

Following the success of the Dash Series organized by the Team Cavite ESE (Endurance Sports Enthusiats) in 2014, this year they will start the first quarter by giving back to the Bahay San Rafael Orphanage located in Amadeo, Cavite.

This is a 21km distance that will challenge every runner in the never-ending uphills beginning from Governor's Hills,  located in General Trias, Cavite, and will finish at Tagaytay City Track Oval with an estimated elevation of 678 MASL.  

How invigorating it be to finish in the City of Tagaytay, famous for it's cool breezes and a variety different tourist spots like Palace In The Sky, Sky Ranch, Picnic Grove, and many more. 


REGISTRATION FEE
EARLY BIRD FEE: Php 600.00 from March 9 - April13, 2015
REGULAR REGISTRATION FEE: Php 800.00
DEADLINE: MAY 11, 2015

RACE INCLUSIONS
Race Bib, Finisher's Shirt, Finisher's Medal, and Drinks

PRICES
CHAMPION - Php 2000.00 for Male and Female FInishers +  Trophy
1st Runner Up - Php 1500.00 For Male and Female Finishers + Trophy
2nd Runner Up - Php 1000.00 for Male and Female Finishers + Trophy

HOW TO REGISTER 
A. For BPI-Island Bank Payments, please deposit your fees in favor of:
Co-Race Director
S/account Name: Michael Maleriado
S/account Number: 0959 0489 59
B. NEW BALANCE - The District Imus, Cavite

Remember
Please send scanned copy/photo of your validated deposit slip to neweraraceventmanagement@gmail.com with your Name and Shirt Size. We will send confirmation once the email has been received.


RACE ROUTE


FINISHER'S SHIRT


FINISHER'S MEDAL





This is last year's 1st edition of ‪Dash For The Orphans 21km Uphill Challenge where runners stopped by to re-hydrate in one of the hydration stations setup in front of The Brothers Of St John Of God, ‪ ‎Bahay San Rafael Orphanage along Amadeo, Cavite.

The hydration station was setup by The Brothers themselves to thank the runners who supported the event. The Brothers also took some pictures of the runners in action.



"Running should not be just a hobby;  it can be an opportunity to help others! " - Angelo the Explorer


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32 comments:

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    1. I am one of the organizers of the run. Hope you could join Peachy! ;)

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  2. It's been always great to go through this running event articles

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    1. Thanks Debarpan! Also a great way to promote an amazing event in May!

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  3. Running for a good cause somehow provides you a double positive feeling. Wish I can participate in events like this.

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    1. It is the greatest feeling ever! It's a great motivation as well to push yourself to the limits.

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  4. This sounds great! Mixing your passion with charity works. Win-win situation! Keep it up, Angelo ;)

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  5. Love your quote on helping others by running....wish I can participate in one soon..been too busy at work :(

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    1. Thank you so much Melvin! Will organize another events again soon and will keep you all posted. ;)

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  6. Always good for these events to have a deserving beneficiary. Orphanages really need our financial aid to take care of their wards.

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    1. I know. I wish I could take pictures of the orphanage but for their own safety it is now allowed. It would help them a lot by this event.

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  7. Uphill is always more difficult than downhill... just like raising money is more difficult than giving out money! hahah... weird theory but good luck with the fund raising!

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    1. Thank you so much Tifanny! I agree with the difficulty but once you reach the finish line.. It's worth more than what money can buy! haha Take care always!

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  8. Nice event for youngsters from Dasma to Tagaytay. An uphill challenge for energetic runners and this thing isn't for me.

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    1. They need to really be fit and prepare for this ahead of time to be able to finish within the cut off time. ;)

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  9. Running is a part or way of life of every person to move or to do things fast. But a sponsored running event is a different thing. Some join with it for prizes. Some for camaraderie and some for collecting souvenirs like T-shirt and medal.

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    1. That is so true Gil, and we need to also listen to what the runners are aiming for and at the same time do good to others by running.

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  10. Sounds like fun. An uphill is big challenge! I used to run and I only after the t-shirt. During my time, shirt will given away after you finished the race.

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    1. Yes we also have the same, we will give Finisher's shirt with a 21km Finisher print at the back. ;)

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  11. Running should be fun for this race because of the nature vistas and scenic views in Tagaytay and the rest of Cavite. I'll see if I can join, I have not participated in any run in such a long time.

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    1. I am sure you will have a great time here! Specially if you started feeling the cold breeze of Tagaytay approaching the finish line! ;)

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  12. I personally don't like to run but would run for causes I believe in. This seems like it will be a great event and would love to see pictures of it when it's over.

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  13. The 21km uphill run is gonna be quite a challenge even for the most experience runners. It takes a lot of preliminary training, will and persistence.

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  14. Whew! I think Luzon grab the Running capital of the Philippines. Everyone is doing an event like this, this is great!

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  15. Never mind the distance as long as running event is done for a good cause, Sulit ang pagsali.

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  16. If only I am on this place, I could join together with my family. I love the idea of joining a family fun run.

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  17. This is a really challenging one with the terrain going to Tagaytay. I'm not sure though if I can make it this time.

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  18. I was wondering where you were of late. Good to read about an interest you have and hope you've been active with running.

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  19. I'd love to join this, I always try my best to support a good cause, while staying fit in the process! Where exactly is the starting point?

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    1. Hi, the starting point is at Sun Trust Village at General Trias. The finish line will be at Tagaytay Track Oval. The climb is gradual adding a little bit of challenge to the course.

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