2021 Philippines Road Running Results

Last Updated on January 16, 2023 by Andrew Pirie

2014 Philippines Road Running

Road Running Philippines Takbo sa Pagbangon ng Leyte Benefit Run

April 11, 2014


The Philippine Deposit Insurance Corporation (PDIC) is holding a Benefit Run dubbed Takbo sa Pagbangon ng Leyteon 4 May 2014, Sunday, 5:00 AM at the PNB Financial Center, Pres. Diosdado Macapagal Boulevard, Pasay City. The Benefit Run aims to raise funds to help rebuild communities for Typhoon Yolanda victims as well as enhance awareness about PDIC’ and its CSR program. The Takbo sa Pagbangon ng Leyte is also the culminating activity of PDIC’s 50th Anniversary celebration.

For more details, please refer to the poster below and the PDIC website at www.pdic.gov.ph.  You will also find the files about the Benefit Run attached.

You can view the race map here



Yes, they can also register online through this link:

The registration form can also be downloaded from the site 


For more details, please refer to the PDIC website at http://www.pdic.gov.ph/pdic-takbo/takbo.html..

Road Running Philippines Adidas King of the Road: Good Field in Local Women’s 16.8k

(Sept 30) Perhaps the most interesting race of this event was the Philippine Women’s 16.8k road race.  This was won by National 5 and 10k Silver Medalist Mary Grace Delos Santos originally from Zamboanga now representing Cebu

the 25-year-old held off teammate Mary Joy Tabal. Tabal (23) the 2011 National Bronze Medalist in the 5k was originally a 59 second 400m sprinter who has moved up into the world of road running. 

Behind them was National 10k and Marathon record holder Christabel Martes, the 33-year-old veteran these days is an employee of Riovanna. Another veteran 30-year-old Former 2005 SEA Games representative and UAAP Stand out Nheann Bharcena was fourth. And in fifth place to add diversity was 15 year old Ana Jean Tamayo.

Womens 16.8k Results

1.03.22 Mary Grace Delos Santos
1.07.06 Mary Joy Tabal
1.10.19 Christabel Martes
1.13.50 Nhea Ann Bharcena
1.14.20 Ana Jean Tamayo

Floredeliza Donos of Baguio won the womens 5k while Michael Bacong won the Mens.  Veteran 10k Record Holder Eduardo Buenavista took out the Mens 16.8k easily.

Full results can be found here at takbo.ph

Road Running Philippines (Sept 23)

By Romina S. Austria (Philippine Daily Inquirer)

(Sept 23), Manila Local runners struck in the 21K relay races with Flor-deliza Donos and Jho-ann Banayag ruling the all-female race (1:25:23); Rafael Poliquit Jr. and Richard Salano the all-male division (1:10:21); and Lowemar Strella and Michelle Tibagacay (1:26:23) the mixed relay category.

Willy Rotich, the 2010 21K Rexona Run king, settled for the 5K title in 14:55. Fellow Kenyan Philip Ronoh was second (15:14) and olympic 10k runner Rene Herrera third (15:25).

Jessa Mangsat topped the female side with a time of 19:55 while Lovely Gemeroy clocked 20:38 and Annaleah Cierva 24:48 for second the third places, respectively.

*Herrera and Banayag are members of the national team

Road Running Philippines Tabal, Tillor rule PSAN Run

By Caecent No-ot Magsumbol (The Freeman)

 (Sept 17) CEBU, Philippines – Mary Joy Tabal added feather on her cap as Noel Tillor continued to make waves in the local running scene via the Philippine Society of Animal Nutritionists at the Terraces grounds of Ayala Center-Cebu yesterday.

Tabal reigned supreme in the 25K women’s open with the time of one hour, 43 minutes and three seconds. The little known Jennylyn Nobleza was a distant second with a 1:53:54 clocking, while Christy Sevilleno-Tutor finished third in 2:03:59.

Tillor, on the other hand, came out the fastest among male entries with the time of 1:13:25. Jeson Agravante placed second in 1:29:53 followed by Jobert Carolino in1:30:15.

In the 15K battle, Mary Jane Beboso and Riez Enriquez stamped their respective classes.

Beboso dominated the women’s category with the time of 1:13:25, while Enriquez ruled the men’s side in 55 minutes and 21 seconds.

Joel Delposo stole part the show after dominating the 5K run in 18 minutes and 16 seconds. In the distaff side, the Andrin sisters Lovely and Cherry posted a 1-2 finish.

In the 3K action, John Cliff Debulusan and Jhean Andrin lorded it over in their respective categories. (FREEMAN)

Road Running Philippines Beboso and Kenyans win VCMC Run Cebu (rev 1)

Article by Emmanuel B. Villaruel, Philippine Star Cebu.

(Sept 3) In yesterday’s Value Charity Make a Change (VCMC) Run. Run starting and ending at Park Mall Grounds. The Kenyans dominated the mens distance running in Cebu. However in the womens with top distance runners Mary Joy Tabal and Mary Grace delos Santos missing in action.

Mary Jane Beboso won the Womens 21K (Half Marathon) would win in 1h47:37.33, Preciosa Sanchez came out second in 1:53:13.85 followed by Emeralde Hermosilla (1:56:02.86), Jane Ong (2:01:49.81) and Eri Miyamura (2:04:04.31). Rounding up the top 10 finishers were Marissa Yap (2:08:52.98), Marjorie Jore (2:09:36.99), Pamela Apuhin (2:11:08.19), Edna Herale (2:14:04.94) and Rose Caballero (2:17:57.37).

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Road Running Philippines Hypersports Get Fit Run Review and Results (July 8)

(Aug 18) Hypersports successfully staged its first ever road race ‘Hypersports Get Fit Run’ at Quirino Grandstand, Manila July 8.  Hypersports is a sports events management group, composed primarily of  a group of mainly ex-national track and field athletes.

They conducted a 3k, 5k, 10k and 21k (half-marathon) event, with the timing done with the IPICO Sports Chip.

The 3K Road Race was won by Kenyan Jackson Chirchir in 8:38, who has a best Marathon time of 2 hours 33.31 according to Allathletics. Second was former San Sebastian stand out Michael Bacong in 8:48, National 1500m Record Holder and double SEA games silver medalist Mervin Guarte (SSC) was third well behind in 9:20, with his training partner Michael ‘Topix’ Villamor of UPHR running with him at 9:21. The fastest women in the 3k finished 5th overall and that was Josephine Mendoza in 10:56.

Meanwhile in the Mens 5K  35-year old Kenyan Samuel Tarus Too (who holds a life time pb of 2h21.01 in the Marathon) clocked 15:14.3 in the 5K, well ahead of Roger Denolio of UST 15:45.9 and fellow Kenyan Elid Kipliomo 15:58.8.

National 5k Record Holder Mercedita Fetalvero (nee. ‘Bunso’ Manipol) was the fastest women the 30-year old former member of the national team jogged 18:37.2 well off her glory days of 16:40.81, but held off UAAP 5k medalist Mary Ann Dela Cruz (FEU) 19:00.5 who is in good shape coming into the next UAAP, and National Junior 10K Record Holder Jessa Mangsat (Baguio) was third in 19:13.0


The Mens 10k was dominated by Kenyans with 36- year old Willie Rotich 31:16 winning

(If Rotich is the same guy on allathletics.com he has best times of 1:45.33 800m (2002), 3:38.63 1500m (2004) which are below the Philippine records. He has run 14:19.60 (2012) in 5k which would be very competitive at the PNG. He has a best 10k time of 29:07.26 which is parallel to the Philippine record.)

Samson Tuwei was second 31:50, Eliud Kerring third in 32:32, Kiptala Kimuge 33:30, James Mirei 37:42.  The fastest women in this event was also a Kenyan Irene  Kipchumba who ran 40:10 (there is another Irene Kwamai Kipcumba who was a world championship finalist)

The Half Marathon was won by Kenyan Benjamin Kipkazi in 1:12.14 who edged out 10K national record holder Eduardo Buenavista 1:12.22, and National 10k Champion Julius Sermona 1:12.27 narrowly for the win. His Kenyan team-mate Philip Rono was fourth in a very close 1:12.35, and SEA Games Marathon Medalist Eric Paniqui was fifth in 1:13.55.

(NB. Could someone please comment in regards to the Kenyan runners and there best times etc.. over various distances. Are they working in the Philippines? Would they be fairly competitive at national level. Are they recreational runners? or just older runners or where very good at one stage?)

Full Results can be found here

Hyper Sports is now organizing another road run at General Santos as part of the 14th Tuna Festival Activities on September 2, 2012. This race will be called Get Fit Run- Gen San Tuna Festival for more information  about entering this run and registration please visit the Hyper Sports Website below


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By Andrew Pirie

Andrew was elected Vice President of the Association of Track and Field Statisticians in 2020 after being a member for 7 years. He has worked as a PSC Consultant and Research Assistant from 2013-2015, Consultant, and Sprint Coach at Zamboanga Sports Academy from 2015-2017. And Currently is Consultant Coach with VMUF 2021- Current editor and chief of Pinoyathletics.info, and has recently done consultancy work for Ayala Corp evaluating the Track and Field Program. Coaches Sprints, Middle and Jump events he is  Level 3 Athletics Australia Coaching Certification in Sprints and Hurdles. Currently working towards a Masters Degree in Education. He can be contacted on [email protected] You can find more information on Coaching here http://www.pinoyathletics.info/coaching-2/

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