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QCIM 3

this was one of the last projects i handled before i left Mizuno. Why did I want to partner with this event? I did that because this is one of the racing events I would want to join. The route is different from the usual Fort-McKinley-Bayani Road- Kalayaan Flyover-Buendia-Roxas Blvd route that ever runner goes to every weekend (not unless you're into ultramarathons or multisport).



I recommend you guys join this one. its a fun race running through Commonwealth Avenue.

Get to experience the Motorcycle lanes first hand too! :)


which side are you from

face off

I have been a Mizuno user for almost 3 years already, and one of my favorite running shoes is their Wave Inspire line. It combines both enough support for my mild overpronation without compromising cushioning (as compared to other brands) AND being lightweight also. Now, I am open to search for other brands that can provide the same answers to my needs (perfect combination of right support and cushioning and lightweightedness). I've searched the 'net and found out that Saucony seems to be the perfect match, almost identical to what Mizuno is.



SAUCONY PROGRID GUIDE 5 MIZUNO WAVE INSPIRE 8 Weight 10.0 oz 10.8 oz Heel 28 mm 28 mm Forefoot 20 mm 16 mm Support Moderate Moderate

Even with it's raceday shoes, the basic specs are almost identical (only minor differences with weight and heel-to-toe drop