Kasabay ng pagdiriwang ng 1st Philippine World Milk Day ang pagtakbo nga mga kyut na kyut na mga bagets na kumarera sa Alaska Iron Kids Run Race sa Mall of Asia!
Dinaluhan ito ng Babae’t Lalaking Bagets na nasa edad 6 – 14… At shempre sa bawat patimpalak may mga nananalo… Eto ang listahan ng mga nagwagi…
|1ST||Athena Shanessa Chang & Justicia Mariearl Tan||Glendwyn Giles Maniscotes|
|2ND||Mariane Marie Guevarra||Matthew Thomas Alumbres|
|3RD||Denisse Andreah Bernabe||Umi Martin Abelarde|
|1ST||Tara Borlain||Juris Aaron Tan|
|2ND||Everly Jane Macalalad||Fernando Diaz|
|3RD||Angelina Powell||Joaquin Tyson Ogsimer|
|1ST||Lauren Justine Plaza||Eryake Mengorio|
|2ND||Una Janus Sibayan||Brent Valelo|
|3RD||Nicole Danielle Eijansantos||Bambam Manglicmot|
|1ST||Lovely Rica Moreno||Carlos Gabriel Cano|
|2ND||Maria Margarita Delos Reyes||Julius Alfred Constantino|
|3RD||Angelee Pelaez||John Aldous Bayola|
|6 – 10 Y/O RELAY CATEGORY|
|Juris Aaron Earl Tan|
|Vicente Patrick Hizon|
|Paul Andrei Hizon|
|Jeffrey Dean Hizon Jr.|
|Aidan Antoni Bragais|
|Toni Kirstyn Bragais|
|Judd Miguel Bragais|
|11 – 14 Y/O RELAY CATEGORY|
|Jose Bernard Sarmiento|
The Alaska World Milk Day provides a great opportunity to reinforce importance of drinking milk and healthy lifestyle and bring it at the forefront of consumer awareness. And with the series of exciting activities lined up for the World Milk Day, Alaska Milk encourages children and adults alike to get into the habit of drinking milk and engage into sports activities to achieve optimum health.
Allow us to share with you some alarming health problems. Nutrition disorders such as malnutrition and obesity are particularly rampant with children. They interfere with the child’s growth and development which could lead to serious health problems. Based on a 2008 survey of the World Health Organization (WHO), more than one in ten adults are obese. Obesity and being overweight are
the fifth leading risk for global deaths. And what is alarming is that even children are experiencing overweight issues as nearly 43 million children are overweight based 2010 WHO data.
June 2013 marks the milestone of the first-ever Alaska World Milk Day. Various exciting activities are lined-up to celebrate and promote good health! The celebration kicks off on June 1 at 6:30am with the Alaska IronKids Run Race in SM Mall Of Asia (IMAX Parking Area). There will also be an Alaska World Milk Day Sampling in Glorietta Malls from 10am to 10pm. June 9 is the Alaska World Milk Day Family Run where participants can race at 3k, 5k, 10k. In all events, there will be the Alaska milk moustache photo shoot where everyone is invited to participate in.
” Kelan ka pa natutuo nyan?! Ikaw! Kung kailan ka pa tumanda saka ka pa nagkaganyan. Akala mo may mabuting maiidudulot yan sayo?! “
Paalala ng aking mahal na Ina noong nagpaalam akong manood ng Rugby Game ng Philippine Volcanoes sa Maynila. Well hindi naman kasi talaga popular ang larong Rugby saatin. Pag tinanong mo nga ang ordinaryong Pilipino kung ano ang naiisip nila sa salitang Rugby… eh eto yung maiisip nila:
Wait… Breath in.. Breath Out… Breath in.. Breath Out…Gooosefrabbah… Gooosefrabbah… Gooosefrabbah… Yes! Yes! Yes! Sila nga yung mga sinasabi kong Rugby Boys… Pero hindi naman sila nakaganyan nung pinanood ko sila… Hay… Super sayang experience lang na mapanood sa Asian 5 Nations ang ating pambato na Philippine Volcanoes… Alam mo yung Adrenaline Rush na makukuha mo pag nanood ka ng Football + UFC + Cheerdance Competition?! Well lagpas pa dun ang egggciting level na naramdaman ko!!! As in napa Boom Tarat Tarat ako sa kakasigaw at sa kakacheer sa Team Philippines!!!!!
Well medyo na Sad lang ako kasi hindi mashadong madami ang nakanood, ako din naman siguro if hindi ako naimbitahan ng FILA… na Official Sponsor na ngayon ng Philippine Volcanoes eh malamang sa malamang hindi ko din alam na may laro pala sila ng araw na iyon.
Sadyang nakakatuwa talagang manood ng Rugby Game! Sana lang mas madaming laro ang gawin dito para naman mas maging active at mas magkaroon tayo ng kaalaman tungkol sa Isports na ito.
Nakakatuwa ding makita ang ating mga manlalaro habang inaawit ang Pambansang Awit ng Pilipinas ang Lupang Hinirang… Hindi naman bago saatin na halos half – half sila diba… Half – Pogi… and Half – Hot…. Chos! Basta nakakatuwa kasi alam nilang kantahin ang National Anthem natin…
Nwei… sobrang saya lang na experience ang manood ng Rugby Game… and I’m looking forward sa masmadami pang game… score at shempre pak na pak na pagkapanalo ng Philippine Volcanoes!
Nwei Maraming Maraming Salamat uli sa FILA sa pag sponsor sa Valcanoes at shempre sa experience na ito!
Official Press Release
adidas King Of The Road 2013: all in for your alma mater
2013 is the year of running for adidas.
Last February, adidas launched Energy Boost, a groundbreaking innovation in running footwear technology featuring superior cushioning that allows runners to store and unleash energy more efficiently with every stride.
To continue their efforts for all things running, adidas is back with its annual King of The Road (KOTR), one of the most anticipated races across Southeast Asia. This year, adidas is pushing the limits for KOTR to be even bigger than before as it opens a new category exclusively for students 25 years old and under.
The 10K Relay for Students is set specifically to encourage the youth to get into a healthy, active lifestyle and to give them a chance to represent their alma mater. Students need to team up in pairs – one male and one female – with each running 5K to complete the total 10K distance. Winners don’t just get individual cash prizes; they will also win prizes for their schools.
“adidas has always been an advocate of health and wellness through sports. The King of the Road is a testament to that fact,” said Jason Gervasio, Brand Communications and Sports Marketing Manager of adidas Philippines.
“The new School Championship category aims not only to promote fitness, but also to inspire teamwork and pride as students are given the chance to be ambassadors of their respective campuses.”
The adidas KOTR 2013 will be held on July 7, 2013 at Bonifacio Global City. Apart from the School Championship category, the race will include distances of 10K for the general public and 16.8K with Open and Closed categories. The Closed category is strictly for Filipinos while the Open category is for all nationalities.
The top male and female winners from the 16.8K Closed category will be hailed as the Philippines’ King and Queen of the Road and will represent the Philippines in the KOTR Southeast Asia Championship in Malaysia.
How to Join KOTR 2013
There are two ways to sign up for this year’s adidas King of the Road Philippines:
Race fees are as follows: P1,300 for the 16.8K race; P1,100 for for the 10K regular race; and P800 for for the 10K students’ race. Runners signing up for the 10K students’ race will have to present vaild student IDs (must be valid until July 7, 2013) at the registration sites.
There is also a discount for runners that sign up in large groups. Participants who register with their friends and family at the same time at the registration site get the following discounts:
Supporting this year’s race are the sponsors Summit Water, 100 Plus, Sennheiser, EO Optical, adidas Bodycare, L Timestudio, and Century Tuna.
For more news, updates, and promos on adidas KOTR 2013, visit www.facebook.com/adidas or follow the conversation with #kotrph2013.