CARDIMAX–CLARK ULTRAMARATHON 2016

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CARDIMAX–CLARK ULTRAMARATHON 2016
September 3-4, 2016
Clark Freeport Zone
50K and 100K
 
Registration Fee
100K Championship – P3,500
50K Challenge – P2,200
100K Relay (4 member team) – P5,000
50K Relay (2 member team) – P2,500
 
Inclusions
18-week Training Program (except for the relay teams)
Personalized Bib
Race Yaya Timing Bracelet
P300 GC from Simple Hydration
2-Day Pass from Urban Ashram Yoga
Discount on Services and Purchases from Pace Prehab and Recovery, Secondwind Running Store and Eyecatcher
Post-race Meal
Finisher Shirt and Medal for all
 
A Marathon raced within 2015-16 is a prerequisite for 50K and 100K solo races.
 
Register at http://www.raceyaya.com
For more details, visit http://www.clarkultramarathon.com

 

CARDIMAX CLARK DETAILS

 

Cardimax L-Carnitine is best for ultramarathoners, endurance sports aficionados, runners and multisports enthusiasts. The benefits of using this supplement include mental alertness and less accumulation of lactic acid thereby effecting fast recovery period. Clark Ultramarathon on the other hand provides the best avenue with which to Go Longer, Go Faster and Go Together. The combination of both makes for a perfect endurance race.
 
What makes this race unique aside from the tough but scenic route?
 
There are several pre-race training program and activities that a registrant is recommended to undergo before the race. These are under the guidance of the organizing team, volunteer running teams, seasoned ultramarathoners, partners and sponsors.
 
Here is the schedule of activities:
 
Runners’ Bootcamp – Saturday, May 14 at the Conrad’s Cafe
• Cardimax-Clark Ultramarathon Introduction: Jon Lacanlale, Race Director
• Recovery 101: Francis Diano, PT, MCMT, Pace Prehab & Recovery
• Endurance Nutrition: Cardimax Philippines Representative
• Training and Running Emergencies: Doc Cecille Mendoza, Team Rescue 8
• Ask the Experts: Q&A with top and veteran ultramarathoners
• Free Yoga Session: Led By JC Ty, Urban Ashram
 
Group Long Run Schedule:
• May 14 – Team Matindi, Greenhills Area (Rye Daza and Jerome Bautista, Lead)
• May 28 – Ayala Triads, Makati Area (Gia Estrella, Lead)
• June 12 – Team Powepuff Boys, BGC Area (Alfred delos Reyes, Lead)
• June 18 – Pinoy Aspiring Runners, Ortigas Area (Silamie Apolistar, Lead)
• July 12 – Monumentum Milers, (Daphne Codilla, Lead)
• July 24 – Team Soleus, McKinley Area (Coach Roel Ano, Lead)
• August 7 – Team Clark and Tukod, Clark Freeport Zone (Doodsie Mallari, Lead)
• August 28 – Team Pukers, Filinvest Area (Wilnar Iglesia, Lead)
 
Race Briefing and Racing Tips 101
• Saturday, August 27 (More details to be announced)
• September 3 at 10am, Clark Freeport Zone
 

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Photos taken during the Press Launch

 
Race Route
The route shall take the runners to the wide highway towards the main gate, along the tree-lined Airforce City which displays WW2 fighter jets and planes, and will further take them towards SCTEX and back to Sacobia River on their 25th kilometer. Halfway, the terrain shall present some steep climbs and downhills until the turn around point back to Sacobia Bridge. The last kilometers will be along Balagtas Avenue, aptly called “The Wall”. The route is a mix of open and tree-lined roads. It is expected to be chilly at night and scorching hot during day time. A scenic view of the mountain ranges of Miyamit and Mount Arayat shall be a treat to the runners.
 
Gun Start
100K and 100K Relay – 6pm September 3
50K and 50K Relay – 12 midnight September 4
 
Cut-off Time
100K and 100K Relay – 18 hours
50K and 50K Relay – 10 hours

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