7-Eleven Marathon Cebu Leg (Feb 5) Partial Results
SEA Games 1500m Bronze medalist Alfrence Braza representing Spectrum Runners took the 10,000m in a time of 32:42, barely holding off Jhon Marc Dizon of USC who registered 32:43, with Triathlon man Andrew Kim Remolino in 3rd place in 33:33 Seasons best, Remolino won the 10km at the Cebu Marathon last month.
Thankyou Spectrum Runners and its leader Dr. Gerry Mayo for ‘Helping a Braza Out’
Surprisingly National Triathlete Karen Manayon (University of San Carlos) 40:20. Manayon had a commanding win over UAAP 10,000m Champion Emmalyn Taypin (42:05) with Lovino (42:14) in 3rd. Taypin and her Adamson teammate Lovino both were representing Spectrum Runners.
Meanwhile, the now nationwide Spectrum Runners also picked up wins in the 16km Rogen Aguirre (55:23) from Iloilo, 16-year-old Angel Parase (1:11.23), besting Olympian and 2017 SEA Games Champion Mary Joy Tabal-Jimenez (1:17.29) who wound up third. Jason Padayao won the 21k, and Florencio Lapiz won the 42k for Spectrum Runners.
And 17-year-old Mary Rose Frias representing Spectrum Runners, from Virgen Milagrosa and with the PinoyAthletics Elite Program clocked a new PB of 19:45. Frias took bronze in the weekly relay youth division behind Triathlon teen sensation Kira Ellis. Frias run was the 19th Personal best for VMUF athletes so far this year, with 18 Personal bests set by VMUF on 29th January at the PinoyAthletics Summer Series
Results 7-Eleven Marathon Cebu Partial
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