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kasado na.

ako'y nag adik.

nag check ng website ng Condura Marathon.

tiningnan ang requirements.

nag type, nagsulat sa mga kahon.

ayun.

pagdating sa dulo, eto ang naka abang.


tapos na.

simula ngayon, walang ibang mimithiin kundi matapos ang rutang ito.



tara, takbo na tayo.

mahaba-habang takbuhan to.


pero teka, ilang mahalagang paalala mula sa mga taga Condura:

  1. Race bib and shirt redemption:
    • For local participants paying in CASH, redemption is in the Condura Skyway Registration Center, Greenbelt 3 beginning on TUESDAY, DECEMBER 14
    • For local participants paying via CREDIT CARD, race bib and shirt will be mailed to your preferred address via Air 21. Please note that this is subject to delivery charges and credit card processing fees.
    • For international participants paying via CREDIT CARD, race bib and shirt will be claimed at the Asics Store in Greenbelt 3. Redemption begins on TUESDAY, DECEMBER 14 up to MONDAY, JANUARY 31.
  2. Shirts
    • Shirt are subject to stock availability and sizes are not guaranteed.
    • Shirt sizes will be given based on a first come, first served basis.
    • Shirts once released cannot be changed.
  3. Registration terms and conditions.
    • Registration is non cancellable and fees are non refundable.
    • Registration is non-transferrable.
    • Once fees are paid, changes in registration will not be accepted. Downgrade and upgrade of race categories are not permitted.
  4. There is no group or early bird discount.

ayot? apir! :)

Comments

  1. nice tim! ganda ng medal... (katakot yung route...)
    go go go! :)

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  2. good luck tito caaat! :)

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  3. Me too! Kaka e-reg palang, will be paying tomorrow sa GB3. Wahhh Pahatak naman kung nakita mo nakadapa na ako sa malapit sa Sucat exit ha! :D

    Go for the... 3" medal with a spanking time!

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