UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES ALUMNI ASSOCIATION CENTENNIAL (1913 – 2013) “BAGONG SIGLO. BAGONG SIGLA.” March 24

UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES
ALUMNI ASSOCIATION CENTENNIAL (1913 – 2013)
“BAGONG SIGLO. BAGONG SIGLA.”

UP Alumni Association

UP Alumni Association Bagong Siglo Bagong Sigla

 

The 100th Anniversary celebration of University of the Philippines Alumni Association, banners by the theme “Bagong Siglo. Bagong Sigla.” takes off on a rousing start on March 24, 2013, Palm Sunday, with an activity-filled “Family Fiesta.”

The Centennial festivities kick off at 4:00AM with the “Bagong Sigla Fun Run” for runners of all ages, consisting of three groups, namely, 3K, 6K, and 12K. Registration fees are P400, P500, and P600, respectively.

The early morning running event will be followed at 9:00AM by a tennis tournament organized by the UP Alumni Tennis Association. In and around And Bahay ng Alumni, visiting alumni and their family members can enjoy and/or win prizes in various fiesta and parlor games, such as palo sebo, buko sebo, piñata, pabitin, “pin the donkey’s tail,” scrabble, checkers, dama, sungka, and others.

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Brass bands will parade in the streets adjoining the Academic Oval. Fiesta booths offering food and beverages, souvenir items, or fair-style games and prizes will be set up by UP Varsity teams and others around Ang Bahay.

From 1:00-6:00PM, the “Bagong Siglo Bingo” will be held in the main hall of Ang Bahay ng Alumni. Bingo cards will be available for only P200 apiece. Prizes at stake are gadgets and home appliances.

Proceeds for the kick off day will go to the UPAA fund for its various projects and programs.

For inquiries, please contact UPAA Office at (02) 920-6868 (Jenny) or email upalumn@yahoo.com, and Without Limits Office at (02) 383-7658 (Marjan or Vayne) or email secretariat@withoutlimits.ph.
Registration for UPAA Bagong Sigla Fun Run 2013 is extended until March 22, 2013, Friday at all of our partner registration sites! Chris Sports SM North Annex, SM Megamall, SM MOA, SM Fairview and Fitness and Athletics BGC. UP Alumi Office at UP Diliman, UP Manila and UP Los Banos.
And there will be onsite registration this March 24, 2013, race day. Just look for our registration booth in the activity area. Thanks! See you runners on the race day!

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Pet Express Doggie Run 2013 March 23

Pe Express Doggie Run 2013

Pe Express Doggie Run 2013

Its time for Doggie to have his own race bib!

This is a fun event specially for those closest to their hearts! Running ! and their pet dog!

Before anything make sure that your dog is already eased in running with you. Be wary of the temperature as dogs are very susceptible to overheating. Dogs cannot sweat like humans can, and heat is dissipated primarily through panting and via the paws. In hot weather, it’s very easy for a dog to overheat, and hyperthermia can be life threatening.

I personally suggest you bring a small b0ttle for your dog for hydration.

Make sure you bring doggie toiletries to clean up should your dog poo at the race site.

Im really excited to host this event! This will be a first for me!

They say that good things come in 3’s, so you’d better get ready for another fun-filled day with your dogs and fellow dog lovers at the Pet Express Doggie Run Year 3! On March 23, 2013 (Saturday), expect 1000 doggie runners and their humans to hit the streets of SM Mall of Asia at the Pet Express Doggie Run 2013. Participants may register in the 1.5K, 3K, or 5K race categories.
Runners will get an event running shirt, race bib, and timing chip, while the doggie runners get a doggie bandana and doggie race bib they can personalize. All dog registrants who crosses the finish line will get their very own doggie finisher medal and loot bag.
Also featured during the run is the exciting dog sport, Flyball, a team relay game that will surely make you get up on your feet and cheer. This exhibition game, in cooperation with PCCI (Philippine Canine Club Inc.) is a sneak peek into the next big thing in dog sports that will hit the Philippines.
Part of the proceeds of the Doggie Run 2013 will be donated to PAWS (The Philippine Animal Welfare Society). Come and enjoy the sponsor game booths, souvenir photos, and raffle prizes that are up for grabs.
Registration is ongoing in all Pet Express branches (Corinthian Hills, Greenhills, SM Cubao, SM Hypermarket Makati, SM City Masinag, SM City North Edsa, and SM Mall of Asia) until March 20, 2012. Registration will be continued in Mall of Asia branch from March 21-23. On-site registration during the race day will depend on the availability of race kits. Race fee is P500 for the Doggie Race Kit and P400 for the Human Race Kit.
This event is made possible with the support of Holistic Recipe, Beef Meal, Espree, Hartz, Pedigree, Cesar, Ezydog, Frontline, Royal Canin, Kong, Wahl, Sergeant’s, Orijen, Acana, Kibbles ‘N Bits, Doggyman, Nutripet, Bayer Advocate, Virbac Nutriplus Gel, Pampered Pooch, Play Pets, Canidae, Cosi, Pawsh Couture, and Toy Kingdom.
For more Doggie Run 2013 details, visit the Pet Express Facebook page.
Registration Fee:
• P500 Doggie Race Kit
• P400 (human race bib, dri-fit running shirt, insurance coverage, donation to PAWS only)
On-Site Registration Fee – P550
Registration:
1. Register at any Pet Express branch.
(Corinthian Hills 696-7400, Greenhills- 705-1176, SM City Masinag 477-8659, SM City North Edsa- 921-9442, SM Cubao 912-5924, SM Hypermarket Makati 843-7174, SM Mall of Asia 836-8955)
2. Race kits will be given upon payment to Pet Express.
Pet Express Doggie Run 2013 Race Kit (P500) includes:
• Event Dri-fit Running Shirt
• Event Dog Bandana
• Race Bib (for human)
• Timing Chip
• Race Bib (for dog)
• Insurance Coverage
• Donation to PAWS (The Philippine Animal Welfare Society)
For Registered Doggie Finishers:
• Doggie Finisher Medal
• Doggie Finisher Loot Bag
Gunstart:
5K- 5:40 A.M.
3K- 5:50 A.M.
1.5K- 6:00 A.M.
Pet Express Doggie Run 2013 Features:
• 1.5/3/5K Run
• Flyball Exhibition (NEW!)
• Sponsor Game Booths
• Souvenir Photo Booth
• Raffle Prizes
Dog Runner Winners:
• 1.5K- 1st, 2nd, 3rd Place (only toy/small dogs are eligible to win in this category)
• 3K- 1st, 2nd, 3rd Place (all breeds/sizes)
• 5K- 1st, 2nd, 3rd Place (all breeds/sizes)
Guidelines:
1. All participating dogs must be properly vaccinated (Please bring vaccination records).
2. Bitches must not be in heat.
3. Please keep your dogs on a leash.
4. Please provide a muzzle for unfriendly dogs.
5. Please be considerate and pick up after your dog’s waste.
6. Never leave your dog unattended. Pet Express will not be liable for dogs that are lost or missing during the event.
7. The organizers reserve the right to reject the participation of a dog that might cause disruption or disturbance in the event (i.e. dogs with aggressive behavior, bitches in heat, etc.)

 

Habagat Earth Hour Night Ride (Marikina City) March 23 8:30pm

Habagat Earth Hour

Habagat Earth Hour

Millions of people around the world switch off their lights for Earth Hour at 8.30pm (20:30) in their local times on the last Saturday of March each year. In 2013, Earth Hour occurs one week earlier, on March 23.

Millions of people turn off their lights for Earth Hour at 8.30pm (20:30) in their local times on the last Saturday of March. Iconic buildings and landmarks from Europe to Asia to the Americas have stood in darkness during previous Earth Hours. Some people enjoy Earth Hour with a candle-lit dinner or a candle-lit bath, while others host large events or parties, either in darkness or with candles, to celebrate Earth Hour.

Businesses and government organizations, as well as community and political leaders also take part in Earth Hour. It’s about giving people a voice on the planet’s future and working together to create a sustainable low carbon future for planet earth.

This March 23, you can do your part in earth hour by joining a Night Ride.

This will be the first HABAGAT EARTH HOUR Night Ride to be held in Manila. It will commemorate the worldwide EARTH HOUR event that has become a global phenomenon, focusing people’s attention on Earth’s energy crisis and how we can help by using less electricity and more human power.  Simultaneous bike rides are also being organized in Cebu, Davao and Cagayan de Oro.

In the spirit of EARTH HOUR, the HABAGAT EARTH HOUR Night Ride will be entirely FREE of charge! Habagat items will also be raffled-off after the ride.

Assembly time is at 6:00pm and Ride out at 7:00pm.  Assembly will be at the Marikina City hall. This will be a leisurely ride with a speed of 8kph to 10kph with frequent stops so cleats are not really advisable. Safety first! NO HELMET NO RIDE. The route will be as follows.

Habagat Night Ride Route

Habagat Night Ride Route

Ride safe and see you there!

Quizzed at Quiznos BGC

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After one of those hectic meetings I had from BGC Bonifacio Global City I don’t know why I found myself inside Quiznos again after vowing I won’t eat here again.

Its like that love hate relationship na nagtampo ka pero binanalikbalikan mo pa rin. For the life of me I couldn’t figure out why? Quizzed at Quiznos but rather puzzled.  Is it the lure of good location just returning to where you parked? Is it the clean inviting interior you see from the outside of Italian or Mexican red and green hues? Could it be the sumptuous sandwich photos posted outside? Whatever it is I couldn’t figure out.

Last I ate I wanted to try what the people are lining up for and I wasnt too happy with the roast beef sandwhich vis a vis the price.

You get a bright welcome greeting from the staff which is a good start. I ordered the Italian sandwich size regular which is 8″ I think. Salami pastrami all the Italian mi ‘s are in the mix on rosemarie bread honey mustard dressing.

Too bad they don’t have jalapeno peppers. And off the sandwich goes to their toaster conveyor which is the highlight hmmm toasty.

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The lady played a Jedi trick “do you like chicken noodle soup to go with that?” I must have said yes

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Hmmm toasty. Bread toasted to perfection. But a tad too much bread or lack of sandwhich filling. Honey mustard dressing tasted good and something to rave about on the light sweet side. Not too happy with the price though at p185.

Not too happy with the p65 chicken noodle soup with plastic spoon. I must say the chicken chunks are rather fresh but it reminds you of a diluted Royco chicken noodle soup when you were a kid.

Hmmm toasty. Maybe I’ll be back to complain some more but deep inside I really enjoy eating there and enjoy the food even if it’s a Tad pricey for a sandwhich. Youre in BGC after all.

An unlikely deli at La Gourmet Shopwise

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When I’m on the road and I couldn’t get my Subway sandwich fix, my next best option would be a little deli inside Shopwise libis. It’s a no frills bang for your buck treat at last Gourmet located in the middle of the grocery section where the deli is.

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My comfort food of choice is a combo of chicken sandwich on toasted rye, grilled Hungarian sausage, and Russian potato salad with red beets hefty serving good for two all in all for P180.

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My comfort food triumvirate of chicken sandwhich grilled Hungarian sausage and Russian potato salad with red beets

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The size of the chicken sandwich is pretty much standard in toasted rye bread. Filled generously on a bed of lettuce with a sumptuous mayo dressing with a hint of mustard.

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The grilled Hungarian sausage is grilled just right no frills served with mustard ketchup n mayo. It’s best eaten though with garnish that’s why I ordered…

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Russian potato salad with red beets. Dressing seasoned well and incredibly light on the taste, it doesn’t overpower the taste of the main dish but rather compliments it. Contains potatoes, green peas, egg, ham slices and red beets.

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One of the best things I like with La Gourmet is that it’s right smack in the middle of the grocery. You can buy drinks chips and other Food items you wanna munch on. Best to visit odd hours weekdays seats and service all to you.

Did you know there’s a PH Runners Classifieds in Facebook?

Runners Classifieds

Runners Classifieds

I see some Filipino runners posting running gear for sale in different sites and facebook groups.

I created a facebook group way back and its been helpful for runners and suppliers as well in marketing their running related goods.

Check out :

https://www.facebook.com/groups/100910170037018/

Here are the rules and regulations of the group page.

Buy & Sell RUNNING GEAR here. SELLING OF PRE-REGISTERED RACEKITS PROHIBITED. Please take note of the rules

Rules:

1. This is for Classified Ads only. All items should be RUNNING related. No other topics please.
2. You can post For Sale, For Trade, or Wanted To Buy Ads. Please use the following codes in your post:
FS : For Sale
FT: For Trade
WTB : Wanted To Buy
3. Post the price. or PM the price to the prospective buyer.
4. Indicate where your location is. If you are willing to ship or do meet ups, please indicate as well.
5. One thread per item is enough. Multiple threads will be deleted. Please allow three weeks before reposting.
6. No price policing or price comments allowed.
7. No feelers
8. Message bumping is prohibited. This includes “PM sent” and other bumping tactics.
10. No bidding or counteroffers allowed. Please transact privately.
11. Admin may delete messages or threads that violate the rules. Repeat offenders run risk of being banned from this section.

Admin is not liable to any of the items sold or bought in this group page, transact at your own risk.

My 2012 Tri United Experience Sprint 1Km Swim 30Km Bike 7km Run


Id like to wish all the participants racing this March 10, 2013 Unilab Active Health Tri United the best of luck. Sadly I wont be able to join as I have an event to host at the same date. Looking back, I just want to share my Tri United 1 experiece last 2012 in Laiya. But mind you based on the website at UNILABACTIVE HEALTH the venue for TRI UNITED 1 is at Subic.

arriving near the transition area

arriving near the transition area

Practicing my bike transition as I arrive near the transition area. I still have time to prep up my bike. Coach Cris Supremo de la Cruz was also with me. He did the swim relay a day earlier.

Getting some help from coach tweaking the bike

Getting some help from coach tweaking the bike

BIKE PREP

For TRI UNITED in Laiya, if you are far from race site you may have to bring the car than ride to race site. Make sure you plan ahead giving time for bike prep. Make sure that when you attached the wheels, it is all aligned, brakes, clippers, chains and mechanics functioning well. If you need to disassemble seat post make sure you have markers. By the end of the bike prep your bike should be fit for you.

Posing with my road bike converted for tri

Posing with my road bike converted for tri

I didnt have a tri frame bike during the Tri United1  race so I had to make do with some modifications. Whats the difference between a tri and a road bike? its basically the seat post angle which gives you a more agressive riding position, which lets you activate other muscle groups needed for the run. It activates  the glutes more and rests the quads more on the much needed run to follow. I got an Profile Design forward post to compensate for the straight seatpost giving me an inch to 2inches forward angle. I also placed a Profile Design clip on aero bar.

Kinakabahan na ako

Kinakabahan na ako

The serious Oh shit what did I get myself into look was brought by the fact that Im doing something new at the race which is a big no no. Its common racing sense to just go what you practiced, what your usual nutrition and food intake is and no new gear your are just about to try in the race. It was my first time to ride on an FSA forward sea post. I wasnt able to ride more than 5km on it yet.

Transition area

Transition area

TRANSITION AREA

And Im off to my transition area. I make sure that everything is on the checklist.  Make sure that the stuff is prepared and laid out well in accordance to swim, bike, run leg.

For my swim I make sure that I brought the following

1 I am body marked

2) Brought my goggles

3) Brought my issued cap which is mandatory to be worn for safety reasons ( so marshals on kayaks can see you)

4) slippers/shoes on my jog/ run after the swim from the beach to transition 1. Just playing safe I wouldnt want to injure myself on splinters, sharp rocks, etc

5) watch w heart rate monitor

Transition from swim to bike

6) a Gallon of Water, for washing the feet, face/head. If you come from salt water the salt gets to stay on the skin and drizzle to your eyes which can be very uncomfortable when youre on the bike. you wouldnt want sand on your feet ether so the wash water really helps

7) power gel shot

8) race bib on race belt turned and worn at the back so marshals can see your number, it is reverted back to front later at the run

9)  Drinking water left at transition area

10) Gatorade/ pocari sweat on bike water bottle brought on the bike leg

11) HELMET! no helmet no ride

12) shades which serves as protective eyewear too

13) bike shoes, cleats

14) mini toolset

15) extra tire

Transition bike to run

16) Power gel shot

17) socks rolled so its easy to slip on ( I use socks, others dont)

18) running shoes, preferred if you have boa ties, no need to tie shoe laces

19) cap

BEACH

Park your slippers you will use on your run back to t1 where its visible

Around 20 minute prior to gun start  I already go to the water and try to get acclimatized. This is the time to be focused and not be intimidated by other triathletes as everyone starts to position themselves at the starting line. I do some swim strokes good for around 50 meters to acclimatize myself  with the water temperature, bouyancy and get acquanted with water visibility clarity or cloudyness.

Check out my warm up swim video here

STARTING LINE

Its best to position yourself depending on your swim split. If you have a faster than average swim split position yourself at the front. If not just stay at the back. Lessons learned from previous tri races, is that I would be humble and position myself at the back. I would say im an above average swimmer.  The problem there is that its extremely difficult to overtake slow swimmers ahead of you.  IF your comfortable makipag brasuhan sa tubig, stay inner lane, KEEP CALM,  WAG MAPIKON, getting hit on the face, kicked on the goggles, pulled, etc. . is part of it. If it may seem deliberate, its not, or at least think its not. If youre not comfortable with the limb frenzy stay outer lane.

GUNSTART and SWIM
I teach swimming, thats why some people call me coach boy coz im their swim coach. Labo noh… swim coach pero running host. Whatever.

I position myself at the 3nd row, Im confident im able to cope up with the lead pack for at least 400meters.  At gunstart, Run towards the water, when you feel the water near knee deep you actually thrust yourself forward and start swimming. Cant really share some swim secrets but if youre keen on watching the warm up swim video youll be surprised that the technique I use (taught by coach eric imperio tri dogs) gets you from shore to 25meters in less than 20  seconds

Check out the high intensity gun start video here

You will see that even high level triathletes try to wade and run through the water, which I think is better to lounge in and swim.
RELAX RELAX RELAX…keep calm ..this is the craziest part of the race, you will feel racers behind you try to grab your feet. Just do your thing. Focus on your own stroke. DRAFT.  Thats why in my classes, for those tri-ing, we simulate gun starts, feeling comfortable during swim roughing up and balyahan and drafting on the swim.  There are optimum placement on where you should be where you draft and there are worst areas as well. Make sure youre on the right area.

At about 50 meters, you notice the water is deep, and if clarity is good you can see how deep you are and see the bottom sea floor. At the start, that really scared the shit out of me. Visions of sharks and jaws coming out of nowhere begin to fill your head. Here is a comforting thought when that image flashes, just think that the sharks are after the rest of the participants and not you. At about 200 meters, the swimmers have must be in their swim equilibrium. That is, relaxed swim, good pace, good rhythm and you have found your pace place. Pace place is the term i use where youre in your optimum pace an stroke and no longer overtaking or being a nuisance to faster swimmers. You are with your fellow swimmers of the same pace.

I hope you breath on your left and right, as this helps in stroke symmetry and swim stroke path. This is open water, not a pool, waves and bouyancy come into play.  Be sure to SIGHT and Navigate. By SIGHT, meaning you should learn to quickly peep and see where you are going. If you depend on the person you may be drafting with , youll be dependent on his navigation which sometimes is just ofcourse.

TURNS

Bouy turns are exciting as well. Be careful not to be caught in the rope. Most do a breaststroke at this point, mind the effective indiscriminate kicking. Get back to your pace place and swim rhythm soonest.

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After loop 1

After loop 1 in the swim.  This TYR Goggles is a good investment and more than 7 years old. I try to clear the fog out

ASSHOLES

There are no worse assholes in world to me, worse than triathletes who try to overtake you on the swim, realizing that overtaking took toll on the energy used, he is now tired and slows down, worse, does a breastroke with frog kicks, indiscriminate kicking follows. Assholes , you know who you are.
After the 1st loop, take in some water and gargle, then hydrate a shot. Get back  into the water.

Make sure you do your required number of loops, depending on the race distance. Some have 2, 3 or four loops. Make sure you count yours

When youre done make sue youve accomplished the required number of loops. Press lap split on your watch once you step on timing mat. Get on with the parked slip on and run to T1 Transition 1

SWIM SPLIT: 27:10 Im quite happy But I know I can do better

Run from swim to T1. For a biggie like me, its a great feeling your not last.. yet

Run from swim to T1. For a biggie like me, its a great feeling your not last.. yet. I made it a point I had shoes/ slippers after the swim on the way to T1.

Flashing a smile. Happy that Im not the last on the swim

Flashing a smile. Happy that Im not the last on the swim

TRANSITION 1

Some races have shower spray on the way to T1, if there is, try to get the salt and sand of your body, and pass by the shower spray. If there is none. Thats where the gallon wash water gets handy. Wash sand off your feet. I personally do a gel shot, hydrate and off to the bike. You dont ride immediately, There are permissable bike mount areas.

Transition split: 2:48 Im quite happy with my transition time, its not like before that It takes me around 4:00

BIKE

For some, they hit it hard at the start to build  momentum immediately. For me, I dont really expect to place, but I started off with an easy spin and build my way up. True to my prediction, no surprises, never do anything new on the race, the bike fit of the newly installed seat post is okay. The problem is that the angle makes you literally sit and bring your weight down on your balls. I havent gotten an ADAMO seat yet (which has comfy betlog perforations and shutes) so it was really uncomfotable for me during my ride.

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This is near the turnaround loop, every U turn I make it a point to uncleat

This is near the turnaround loop, every U turn I make it a point to uncleat

Be sure to count the loops you have accomplished and check your cyclo comuputer against the mileage.  No one can discount the fact that knowing your bike course ahead of time is an advantage. You can already map out your plan of attack as regard to gearing, etc.  The bike course in laiya is great, straight all the way with rolling hills. There are some false gradation meaning you think its going down but its actually going up. Be careful during turn around points as the momentum you get from the straights may lead you to overshoot or lose control, the turn was just as wide as the street. Careful for those specially on cleats.

BIKE SPLIT: 1:14 for a 30km bike ride. Not too happy with the timeI was gunning for sub 1:00 but the seat was just killing me. Its a good thing I already have 2 kids. I dont mind shooting blanks after this.

TRANSITION 2

Arriving from bike leg.. Oh no! theres so many bikes on the rack! Lagging behind on my run

Arriving from bike leg.. Oh no! theres so many bikes on the rack! Lagging behind on my run

Being a safety freak, I  couldnt careless about time but I do make it a point that during transitions and turns, I slow down and look all around. I witness a horrific accident in one of the tri races and its usually dangerous in intersections, transitions and turnaround points. When I arrive at T2, I realize Im lagging behind to my run and I see so many bikes on the bike racks.. most participants are already on the run. Whatever lead I got from the others on my swim was lost on my slow bike ride.

I make it a point I get a shot of power gel and hydrate again prior to the run

Transition 2 Split: 3:06 dismount area is far from my rack and I took some time changing into my running shoes. Chill Chill pa sa T2.
RUN

This is where push comes to shove. By this time, I could still conjure up some strength on my run, but im really exhausted. Its demotivating to know that you are just about to start your run and people are finishing already.  The bad thing about the Laiya run route for slow guys like me , is that its a straight course, and I get to see everyone about to finish on their second loop while im still starting on my first.  Thanks for those that cheered me on the run, elite tri athlete, Rayzon Galdonez, my swim coach in high school Polo Tri Albert Altura, and several teams.

Thanks to coach Roel Ambao Ano for taking care of me at hydration, the ice really helped me cool off.

Thanks to Team Crystal Clear hydration for a refrshing hydration pit stop

Thanks to Team Crystal Clear hydration for a refrshing hydration pit stop

It does help getting to know the marshals! I enjoy my hydration stops with friends / marshals.

There are local spectators at Laiya, some cheer you, some give cat calls, kids run with you, all in all its a great experience.

I know I could have ran faster, the heat was just getting to me.

RUN SPLIT : 1:00:00 I was targetting at most 50 for a 7km run.

And I run to the finish!!! finally!

My final time 2:47:19 1km swim 30km bike 7km run

My final time 2:47:19 1km swim 30km bike 7km run

100 Crazy Things I did

Taralets dive at magswimming sa track!

Taralets dive at magswimming sa track!

 

(x) smoked a cigarette
(x) smoked a cigar ==> when john sid’s kid was born
(x) done weed ==> at a high school reunion
(x) drank alcohol ==> tia’s in high school most memorable
SO FAR: 4

(x) been in love
(x) been dumped ==> pucha kayo..
( ) shoplifted
( ) been fired
(x) been in a fist fight
SO FAR: 7

(x) snuck out of the house
(x) had feelings for someone who didn’t have them

back
( ) been arrested
( ) made out with a stranger
(x) gone out on a blind date
SO FAR: 10

(x) had a crush on an older person
(x) skipped school
( ) slept (not sex) with a co-worker
(x) seen someone/something die ==> was driving, someone crossed the street and got ran over
SO FAR: 13

(x) had / have a crush or liked on one of your
friends.
( ) been to Paris
( ) been to Spain
(x) been on a plane
(x) thrown up from drinking
SO FAR: 16

(x) eaten Sushi
( ) been snowboarding
( ) met someone BECAUSE of
myspace/facebook/multiply/friendster
(x) been mosh pitting ===> in one of those ultrastorm concerts
SO FAR: 18

( ) been in an abusive relationship
(x) taken pain killers
(x) love/loved someone who you can’t have
(x) laid on your back and watched cloud shapes go by
( ) made a snow angel
SO FAR: 21

( ) had a tea party
(x) flown a kite
(x) built a sand castle
( ) gone puddle jumping
( ) played dress ups
SO FAR: 23

(x) jumped into a pile of leaves
( ) gone sledging
(x) cheated while playing a game
(x) been lonely
(x) fallen asleep at work/school
SO FAR: 27

(x) used a fake/someone else’s ID
(x) watched the sun set
(x) felt an earthquake
(x) killed a snake
SO FAR: 31

(x) been tickled
(x) been robbed/vandalized ==> when i was9 years old
( ) robbed someone
(x) been misunderstood
(x) pet a deer
SO FAR: 35

(x) won a contest
( ) been suspended from school
(x) had detention
(x) been in a car/motorcycle/4-wheeler accident.
SO FAR: 38

(x) had/have braces
(x) eaten a whole tub of ice cream in one night
(x) had deja vu
(x) danced in the moonlight
SO FAR: 42

(x) hated the way you look
(x) witnessed a crime
( ) pole danced
(x) questioned your heart
(x) been obsessed with post-it notes
SO FAR: 46

(x) squished barefoot through the mud
(x) been lost
( ) been to the opposite side of the world
(x) swam in the ocean
(x) felt like you were dying
SO FAR: 50

(x) cried yourself to sleep
(x) played cops and robbers
(x) recently colored w/crayons/colored

pencils/markers
(x) sang karaoke
(x) paid for a meal with only coins
SO FAR: 55

(x) done something you told yourself you wouldn’t
(x) made prank phone calls
(x) laughed until some kind of beverage came out of
your nose
(x) kissed in the rain
SO FAR: 59

(x) written a letter to Santa Claus
(x) been kissed under a mistletoe
(x) watched the sun set with someone you care/cared

about
(x) blown bubbles
(x) made a bonfire on the beach
SO FAR: 64

( ) crashed a party
(x) have traveled more than 5 days with a car full of

people
(x) gone rollerskating/blading
(x) had a wish come true
SO FAR: 67

( ) worn pearls
( ) jumped off a bridge
(x) screamed “you suck” in class
( ) swam with dolphins
SO FAR: 68

(x) got your tongue stuck to a freezer/ice cube
( ) kissed a fish
(x) worn the opposite sex’s clothes ==> hold yer horses, it was in those Aiesec newbie nights
(x) sat on a roof top
SO FAR: 71

(x) screamed at the top of your lungs
(x) done/attempted a one-handed cartwheel
(x) talked on the phone for more than 5 hours
(x) stayed up all night
SO FAR: 75

( ) picked and ate an apple right off the tree
(x) climbed a tree
(x) had been in a tree house
( ) are scared to watch scary movies alone
SO FAR: 77

(x) believe in ghosts ==> look who or whats behind you
(x) have/had more than 30 pairs of shoes throughout

your life
(x) gone streaking
( ) gone to jail
SO FAR: 80

(x) played chicken
(x) been pushed into a pool with all your clothes on
( ) been told you’re hot by a complete stranger
(x) been easily amused
SO FAR: 83

(x) caught a fish then ate it
(x) almost drowned in a pool
(x) caught a butterfly
(x) laughed so hard you cried
(x) cried so hard you laughed
SO FAR: 88

( ) mooned/flashed someone
(x) had someone moon/flash you
(x) cheated on a test
(x) forgotten someone’s name
(x) slept naked
( ) French braided someone’s hair
(x) gone skinny dipping in a pool
( ) been kicked out of your house
SO FAR: 93

(x) rode on a roller coaster
(x) went scuba-diving/snorkeling
(x) had a cavity
( ) Black-mailed someone
( ) been black mailed
SO FAR: 96

(x) been used ==> pucha kayo
(x) fell going up the stairs
( ) licked a cat
(x) bitten someone
(x) licked someone
TOTAL: 100

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