For those who “Conquered Corregidor,” click here to view your race results. Congratulations!
New Balance Power Race results can now be downloaded at eXtribe’s website. Click here. Get your race bib number ready because results are arranged in that order, not by time.
According to the site, results are “unofficial.” Hmm, with the RFID timing chip and three full days after the race, I would’ve thought our time for at least 25k would be official already. Oh well, no biggie. I’m a happy camper.
My official time for 25k was 2:34:35, a little over my Garmin’s 2:33:10.
* Thanks DATC for the heads up.
Coach Rio, the organizer of Runnex @ 25, releases his race results as fast as he runs. The race was just this morning and the results are already out!
The results are even presented in a well-organized manner—male and female are categorized and age categories are noted—and these are all easily accessible on Coach Rio’s website. If I’m not mistaken, this is the first race that got my name, gender, and age right. Just goes to show how meticulous this organizer is. Hats off to you, Coach Rio!
Click here to view results.
My official time was 30:41 with a pace of 6:08. I was 14th in the women’s 5k category. 3rd in my age group.
Thanks to Bald Runner, the Global City Run results are out. Finally! Click here to view it.
The wait was well worth it. I got the surprise of my life when I saw my time for 5k: 26.13 mins. 22nd for females and 162nd overall.
This isn’t a great time compared to all the other faster runners out there. But, I am ecstatic over it because I wasn’t even in race mode! I arrived at the run with the mindset that I would absolutely not run race pace, just 80% effort. While waiting for the gun to fire, I even stayed at the back with hubby without a strategy in mind nor a target time. All I was concerned about was running a wee bit faster to satisfy my race craving.
Oooh, these are exciting times for The Bull Runner…
BUT… and this is a big BUT…I do have my concerns over the accuracy of the results.
I checked out the time of my friend, Annie, who according to race results finished at 18.38 mins. Passing the finish line, Annie recounts that she trailed Jenny Guerrero by a few seconds. My question is: Why are the times of Jenny G. (#30), Annie A. (#31), and Ma. Alice de la Cruz (#32) all the same at 18.38? Race organizers awarded them correctly—Jenny won 3rd place while Annie won 4th—but still the time recorded was inaccurate. How do they time us anyway? Can we trust the next results that come out?