TBR’s Past Races

{MY 2007 RACES}

Mar 18: Pinay in Action 5K 33.38
Apr 29: Play BGC Run 5k 30.15
May 20: Champion Run 10k 1:00:57
Jun 10: Run For Peace 10k 1:00:24
Jul 1: Adidas KOTR 10k 56:27
Aug 4: Barbizon MMM 2k
Aug 5: Run To Bring Hope 10k 46:57 PR
Aug. 18: Takbo Kay Ariel 5k 32:55
Sep 9: Fil-Mus Run 10k 49:15
Sep 23: Fame Fun Run 5k 28:44
Oct 27: Run For Love 10k 55:00
Dec 9: Yakult 5k 26.04 PR
Dec 16: DND AFP Team Relay 21k

{MY 2008 RACES}

Jan 13: Clark 10k 52.26
Mar 9: PIA 2.5k
Mar 30: Mizuno Run 5k 32.17
Apr 13: On Your Mark 5k
Apr 20: Global Run 5k 26.13
May 4: Runnex 5k 30.41
May 25: Doc Fit 5k 29.03, 10th Place 
Jul 13: OROFOLS 5k
Jul 27: Buddy Run 5k
Aug 10: Mommy Milkshake 2k
Aug 31: Nike+ Human Race 10k 59.28, Top finisher age category
Sep 14: Animo Mini-Sprint Triathlon 1:15:07
Sep 27: Gabriel 10k 59:48, 3rd Place 
Oct 5: Hope in Motion 10k 55.38, 3rd Place
Oct 11: Adidas KOTR 10k 52.52
Oct 18: Takbong May Yabang 8.6k 46.43, 2nd Place
Oct 26: Octoberun 10k 58.21
Nov 9: VSO 15k 1:33:14
Nov 16: NB 25k 2:33:10
Nov 23: Unicef 10k DNF 
Dec 7: Singapore Half Marathon 21k 2:08:35

3 Responses to “TBR’s Past Races”

  1. faith agustin Says:

    It’s interesting to know that there are indeed individuals in the Philippines who are avid runners and who feel as passionate about it as I do. I say this because during my vacations to the Philippines I get curious looks from people on the streets during my morning runs. And during these runs, I have not once come across anybody who is a runner like me(save for the boxers whom I’ve seen running along Roxas Blvd). I am a a 41 year old pinay nurse living in the San Francisco Bay Area. I didn’t start running until after my son was born. I discovered running as the fastest way to get back to my prepregnant weight. And then, I got hooked. I went from running on my treadmill to running outdoors. Running outdoors gives me so much freedom. I become more aware of my surroundings. I do prefer running alone on most days. It is my time to de-stress and to think clear. I like running in the early morning, there is something surreal about sneaking out of house before my husband and child wake up, go for a 30-45 minute run and come back to the house and find them still sleeping. By the time they wake up, I would have had my cup of coffee like I didn’t even go for a run. Running is something that I can also do anywhere I am. I’ve ran on a cruise ship, on the streets of Paris and Rome, on the beaches of San Diego, Puerto Vallarta, and Bohol.
    Three years ago, I met someone who introduced me to long distance running. Both our kids were on the swim team, we would run instead of sit around waiting for our kids during swim practice. She helped me train for my first half marathon. We both ran the Nike Womens Marathon in San Francisco in 2006 and then again in 2007. Right now I am training to run the New York Marathon.

  2. Nora Says:

    Had I ran the PIA Race last March 9, both of us would have officially started our running career with the PIA Run. Yours in 2007, mine in 2008. Too bad my daughter got sick the night before the event.

    You are one incredible woman, Jaymie. You’ve been my inspiration since May 2007 and you will always be my running idol. I’m keeping my fingers crossed that I’ll finally meet you this Aug. 3, 2008.

  3. j Says:

    fast times… you should consider a marathon…. seriously! =)

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