CIHM Corregidor International Half Marathon Dec 1, 2012

This is one of the exciting ANNUAL races I look forward to. Ive been wanting to join this race

but I was always reluctant to join due to the cut-off. Then I learned after cohosting with Coach

Edward Kho in a hypersports event .. that there is NO FINISHLINE cut-off, but a qualifying time.

But this doesnt give one to have the liberty to totally get lost in the scenic route picture taking and

chillaxing.

 

What makes this race exciting? Its going to be in the historic island of CORREGIDOR! If you havent

been here, this is truly a must go destination and a must race event!

Imagine running in scenic corregidor.

Oh!!! the HILLS!!!! known to be one of the toughest race route.. its one of the races even Coach Rio

was challenged to in which he was a podiumed.  This is the 3rd year and  I was just turning green with

envy as I saw the photos of the participants in the last years.

 

Cost concerns wise.. please mind that you will ride a ferry / boat cruise courtesy of SUN CRUISE

going to Corregidor so pretty much its all about paying for the EXPERIENCE !

If  youre into goodies, it couldnt get any better then this.

 

Ill be racing there. My goal Im just praying I GET BACK TO THE FERRY GOING BACK TO MANILA

THE SAME DAY!!!! I have to remember that the race route is 21k and varying in hilly grades.

Race details are as follows:

CIHM  boasts  of  itself  as  one  of  the  toughest  foot  races  in  the  country  where  participants

experience to run on all types of terrain – paved ascents and downlopes, grass, forest trail, rocky

cliffside, and the lung-busting 60° hill climb spanning over 600meters. It will run from the north

side of the island at the Lorcha Dock, the historic landmark where McArthur broke the lines of

the then advancing Japanese offense to finish at the panoramic South pontoon. Key highlights of

the 10K course, meanwhile, include the spectacular topside featuring the picturesque historical

Battery vestiges, a jaunt through the Eternal Flame monument and Spanish Lighthouse, past the

Mile Long Barracks

 

HALF-MARATHON

One of the distinctive features of the race is that it is a very tough foot race in terms of the course

and technical rules. There will be a qualifying time (Men – 3h30m; Women – 3h45m) for this

year’s edition of the CIHM. There will be no finish time cut-off for the race, however. All runners

who have successfully managed to finish the entire 21km distance will be awarded with the

Corregidor International Half-Marathon Medallion and Finisher’s Certificate upon crossing the

finish line.

10K CHALLENGE

Aside from the centerpiece 21km event, there will be a 10km race for running aficionados who

are yet to be familiar with the challenging terrain of Corregidor but yearn to discover and

experience its distinctive scenic course. All finishers in this race category will be awarded with a

10km Achiever Medal. This course is exceptionally fast

and stunningly beautiful.

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2012

• 8:00 AM Half-Marathon Gunstart

• 8:15 AM 10K Challenge Gunstart

• 11:30 AM Award Ceremony

• 12:00 NN Lunch Buffet

• 12:30 PM Class PhotoOp

• 7:30 PM Victory Party

 

Race Registration Fee:

  • ·        P2,700.00 (plus 4% service charge)

 

*The 3rd CIHM Race Registration Tickets can be availed at SM Tickets outlets at all SM Cinemas nationwide. For non-competing companions of race participants, they may avail of the regular Sun Cruises tour package also at SM Tickets.

 

 

Race Registration inclusions:

  • Roundtrip ferry to and from Corregidor
  • Full lunch buffet on race day
  • Race bib w/ RFID timing chip
  • 3rd CIHM Dri-fit Race Shirt
  • 3rd CIHM Race sling bag
  • 3rd CIHM Finisher’s Medallion (or a 10k Achiever Medal)
  • Runners’ Briefing (Nov 24 and 25)
  • 3rd CIHM Victory Rave Party (Dec 01, Saturday night)
  • 3rd CIHM Finisher’s Certificate
  • P1,000 SOLEUS Gift Voucher

*For race participants wishing to attend the Carbo-loading Dinner (Nov 30), they may avail of the Carbo Dinner ticket at P250.00 on Nov 24 & 25 during the Runners’ Briefing.

 

 

Registration, Ferry and Room Reservations Procedures:

1) 24 hours after purchasing the 3rd CIHM registration ticket from SM 

Tickets, log on to www.corregidor21.runningmate.ph to complete registration for the race.

 

2) Immediately after making the online registration, contact Sun Cruises (8am to 5pm – Mon to Fri; 8am to 12nn Sat) at 5275555 loc 4511, 0917-5459917, 0917-7948271, 0922-8475418 to book for ferry trip schedules.

Indicate the desired trip schedule:

    From Manila to Corregidor

a) Overnight – departure on Nov 30 @ 11:00am

b) Day trip – departure on Dec 01 @ 5:00am

Return from Corregidor to Manila

a) departure on Dec 01 @ 3:30pm

b) departure on Dec 02 @ 2:30pm

 

 

 

*For steps 1 and 2, remember to keep the 3rd CIHM race ticket on hand. You will be asked of the SM Ticket ID Number to validate your transaction. It is indicated on the ticket preceded with a “#” sign.

 

 

3) If applicable, make accommodations reservation with Sun Cruises (only 

    registered participants will be given reservations; 1 room per participant 

    only). Pay the appropriate accommodations booking amount through the 

    payment mode advised by Sun Cruises.

 

 

4) On Nov 24 & 25 (as advised through email and text by the organizers) at  

    R.O.X., attend the Runners’ Briefing, pick-up the race pack, and claim the 

    Boarding Pass and/or Accommodations Booking ticket from Sun Cruises. 

    Ensure to bring the 3rd CIHM SM Tickets. Anyone may pick up   

    your kit at R.O.X. during the R.O.X Runners’ Briefing from 3pm to 

    8pm. They may be asked for identification and your signed   

    authorization note.

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