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July 16, 2008

Men’s Health Miracle Run

Filed under: Uncategorized — levyang @ 1:26 am


Admit it… you run either to stay fit or to win. Now, it’s time to put your money where your foot is… 

This August, make a difference… lace up your running shoes and be counted. 

The Men’s Health 10,000km Miracle Run 
is a unique event that will gather all sorts of runners—those who run to compete or simply those who want to push their limits. This time, they’re all running for those who can’t. 

Be part of this unique running event where finishing first or last doesn’t matter at all. 

Be one of more than 1,000 runners who will run a 10km. course (OR a cumulative total distance of 10,000 km.) for the benefit of those who can’t. 

Now you won’t just be cheering for the first ones to finish!

What’s at stake? 
There are no losers in this event. Everyone who signs up is already a winner. For every finisher, Men’s Health will donate P200 to GMA Kapuso Foundation, Inc. If all runners finish the course, the event will donate a minimum of P200,000! 

Individual and team options 
Participants may register as an individual and complete the entire race course or register as a team of two (each to run 5 km.). Teams can be same or mixed gender. 

Summit Media
6/F Robinsons Cybergate 3, Pioneer St., Mandaluyong City 

Bonifacio High Street
Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City 

All-Terra Bike Shop
Club 650, Libis, Quezon City


Registration fee: P350 / individual
Registration starts July 15, 2008 

Claiming of Race kits will begin on August 6, 2008 at:
Summit Media
7/F Robinsons Cybergate 3, Pioneer St., Mandaluyong City 




  1. Hi Levy,

    This is what I’m looking for. If every 10K finisher finishes and 200 will be donated, am I allowed to run 2 or 3 10Ks?

    Btw about the bike, my friend actually sold his bike to me for only 20K. It looked so reasonable and nice so I already got myself a bike. It was a Specialized Allez frame with an entry level group set (Tiagra). I’m not much familiar with the other parts but it looked nice. Anyway, thanks for offering to assist me to Quiapo. I hope to see you more often, and maybe one time we could bike and run together. 🙂

    Comment by Taki — July 16, 2008 @ 3:48 am | Reply

  2. hi taki,

    congrats on your new bike, i’m sure i’ll see you around in one of the triathlon races soon. about men’s health, don’t know if they’ll donate more if a runner chooses to do 2 or more 10k’s. I’ll try to inquire at ROX when I register.

    Comment by levyang — July 16, 2008 @ 6:52 am | Reply

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