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ProNation

 

I got this from my email. I think this is a good road race to join, not that expensive, and a "different" route from the usual BHS or MOA races. 
Read up to learn more about this race  from the emailed info below :) 

 
ProNation is an annual fundraiser and fun run activity of the John Gokongwei School of Management (JGSOM) Management Engineering Program and the Ateneo Management Engineering Association (MEA). Your participation will help MEA, in coordination with JGSOM, raise funds for the Ateneo Scholarship Fund that will enable underprivileged but deserving students to have a quality education and continue the proud tradition of the Ateneo.

ProNation is composed of three distinct competitive races: a 10K Open race (Men and Women divisions) for serious distance runners, a 5K Team race, as well as a 3K race for recreational and first-time runners. All races are open to all competitive and casual runners and walkers. It is the honor of ProNation to be organized by Mr. Rudy Biscocho, organizer of big running events such as MILO Marathon, Mizuno Infinity Run, Condura, Clark Freeport International Marathon, DZMM’s Takbo Para sa Kalikasan, and The Philippine International Marathon.

It will be held on February 20, 2011, Sunday at the Ateneo de Manila University, Loyola Heights Campus. All races begin in front of the Blue Eagle Gym.

All winners of the 10K Open for Men, 10K Open for Women, and the 5K Team Run will receive cash awards and trophies, while winners of the 3K Fun Run will receive special awards. Refer to the following table for the prizes for the 10K and 5K categories. Specials awards for the 3K category will be announced later.


10K
5K
Table of Cash Prizes
Men
Women
Team Run
1st Place Finisher
P 8,000
8,000
10,000
2nd Place Finisher
5,000
5,000
7,000
3rd Place Finisher
3,000
3,000
5,000

Visit www.pronation.meaonline.org for registration details, mechanics for the three categories, point persons and their contact details.

Be part of this worthy cause! We look forward to your participation in this event.  

Sign-up early! Tickets are at Php300 for THIS WEEK ONLY!  




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