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2nd MIT – Mountaineering Club Orienteering Competition
August 30, 2009 – Maragondon, Cavite

Registration Fee includes:

01. Race Kit (map, race number, passport, control description)
02. 2 Cans Pocari Sweat
03. Souvenir Shirt
04. Lunch (I wonder what…)

Prizes:

Champion = 3k + trophy + sponsor items
1st Runner-up = 2k + trophy + sponsor items
2nd Runner-up = 1k + trophy + sponsor items
Fastest Couple = 1k + certificate + sponsor items
Fastest Barkada of 3 = 1k + certificate + sponsor items
Fastest Barkada of 4 = 1k + certificate + sponsor items

Mandatory Equipments:
Baseplate Compass (at least 1)
Hydration (at least 2L) note: no water station
Pencil
Whistle
1st Aid Kit
Trail Food
Cellphone

Recommended Equipments:

Insect Repellant
Arm and Leg Warmer (pwede kayang mag sun block?)
Poncho / Rain Gear (rain forest ba yun?)
Headlamp (bawal gamitin ito, ibig sabihin GINABI NA!)

NOTE: GPS not allowed. (Ground for disqualification)

Race Schedule:

6:30-7:30 – Registration
7:30-8:00 – Final Briefing
8:00-8:30 – Program
8:30 – Start Race (2 min. interval per team)
12:00 – Estimated time of arrival of first team
3:00 – Awarding Ceremony

NOTE: Lunch is provided strictly for racers only. Non-racers/Guests may buy food and beverages at the starting point.

Comments

  1. Timmy........ akalain mo naisip mo pa to.. "time to get LOST" sakto meron ng pinoy bersyon pagnagkataon hehehe.. ang kalikutan talaga ng isip mo Tim gumana na naman... :) :P

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  2. good luck sa orienteering! ;) basta makabalik kayo in time for ROTARUN ok na! hehehe.

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  3. maybe next time bro, i'm in clark on sunday. you guys enjoy, and don't get lost too much hehehe =)

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  4. ayan makakapag-comment na rin ako hehe... salamat sa pagbibigay gabay sa aming mga mawawala sa linggo! hehe

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  5. I have absolutely no idea what would happen to us hehe. Once we throw in the towel, breakfast na! :P

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  6. ..and true enough, we got LOST!!! LOST na LOST!! no room for sourgraping or feeling frustrated.. it was a great way to bond with takbo peeps! hep hep... hoooray!!

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