Last Updated on April 16, 2023 by Andrew Pirie
Pinoyathletics National Virtual 1k
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Pinoyathletics National Virtual 1k Challenge – FULL RESULTS
The Pinoyathletics National 1000m Challenge has now concluded. Alfrence Braza of Iloilo, the winner of the BBGPH Run 10,000m, Talking Chinoy 5000m, and National 3000m Championships in 2021, has emerged as the event winner in 2:32.23 (road).
Louie Agawa (Baguio City) came in second, timed 2:33.04 at the Oval to set a Philippine Outdoor 1000m Record (requirement it is done on track).
Ann Magda Tubal won the Womens in 3:31.85, and Erica Ruto won the girl’s division in 3:15.17.
Attached below are the full results of the event.
*With Busy Olympic Coverage, coaching duties, and household chores. Im now ratifying some performances.
Pinoyathletics National Virtual 1k: Ruto wins National 1000m Junior Title.
A close-way 4-way battle saw Erica Marie Ruto (Team IsKolar Atletiks / Laguna) crowned as the National Junior Girls Champion over 1000m. Ruto, a 58.5 PB in 400, was a Palaro Finalist in 2019 in the secondary girls 100,200. She stopped the clock at 3:15.17.
She held off Edna Magtubo of Iloilo Athletics a Palaro 1500m and 3000m Finalist in 3:18.14, Ruto’s teammate Agamanos was 3rd in 3:20.03, and Fantasia 1000m Champion and Palaro 200/400 Bronze medalist Divina Mahusay of CANTAFA was 4th in 3:20.35. It was a wonderful competition with the top 4 all under the 3:23 winning time of Mahusay at the Pinoyathletics Fantasia meet in March.
Masters Record for Rebese
Magda Takes Womens Open Title
The winner of the Womens Division was Ann Magdalene Tubal of H12 Running, who clocked 3:31.82 to win the Women’s Title. The record of 3:06.39 was never under threat in the Women’s event. Femia IB-IB (PUP Athletics) took second place in 3:35.0, and Former UAAP Standout Maria Lyka Sarmiento (Pinoyathltics) took third in 3:50.0.
Guidelines to 1000m from Letsrun.com
It’s pretty difficult to determine because it likely rests a lot on your 1500m ability.
A good estimate might be:
2:00 –> 2:35
2:05 –> 2:42
2:10 –> 2:49
2:15 –> 2:58
That being said, a 4:00 1500m runner might only run 2:00 and could bust out a 2:32 – 2:33 1000m. Conversely, a 2:00 guy who can only run 4:20 for 1500m might have difficulty breaking 2:40.
My indoor 1k (because I never ran an outdoor one) was 27% slower than my indoor 800 (1:53 –> 2:24), which would put a 2:00 equal to about 2:32.5. That said, I was always better at 1500 than the 800.
Martir lowers the time to 2:41.64
John Mark Martir did it again, establishing another new national junior record with a time of 2:41.64.
Martir had previously time 2:43.20 (unofficial run).
The 16-year-old from Bago City finished ahead of his brother John Eric Martir, who is one year older. John Eric clocked in at 2:45.02.
The duo represented the H12 Running team coached by Singapore-based Reginald Montano.
The Virtual event organized by Pinoyathletics runs from July 17 to July 31. With some entries withdrawing due to new covid restrictions.Junior Mens Results (born Jan 1, 2002, or after)
Pinoyathletics National Virtual 1k Challenge (attempt at the National Record)
July 23, 2021
My Campoamor clocked a time of 4:09.42 (Garmin) to win the Women’s 35-39 title at the Pinoyathletics National 1000m Challenge. However, this mark did not count towards a Philippine Masters Record as 1000m is considered a track event, and it needs to be run on a standard oval.Iy completed her run at Kibawe Oval Bukidnon. So far, only 5:28 has been registered in the girl’s division from Princess Lanipa, another female participant.
16-year-old Martir sets National Junior Record in 1000M Outdoor
16-year-old John Mark Martir of Bago City set his intentions early when he established a new National Junior Record in the 1000m Outdoor run at the Pinoyathletics National 1000m Challenge; there was no previously established junior record in this event.
Martir, who celebrates his birthday a month ago, stopped the clock at 2:43.20 (video time) on the dirt oval at Bago City. Finishing ahead of his training partner, the talented 18-year-old MJ Maldeguia, who timed 2:44.17.
Maldeguia finished 3rd against senior athletes in the National 3000m Championships in 9:03.0.
The duo is coached online by Singapore-based coach RM Montano also a proud son of Bago City. Both boys ran solo.
Martir runs Again
Martir will, on Monday again, attempt to break his new National Junior Record on Monday, July 26. 30 athletes are entered in the Virtual meet of the Boys 1000m with video submissions between July 17 and 31. A total of 80 athletes registered, but to comply with Covid restrictions, some have had no choice but to pull out in line with LGU quarantines.
Edgar Carado of Iloilo leads the mens 1000m in 2:49.1, while Princess Lanipa of Zamboanga City, the girls in 5:28.0
2019 SEA Games 4×400 mixed relay bronze medallist and 2018 Philippine National Games Champion, Former Philippines NCAA 400 champion representing Mapua) and national team member Reymond Alferos with a 400 PB of 48.08, has signed up for the Pinoyathletics National 1000m Challenge.
Alferos (Bulacan) leads a 19-strong men’s which includes UAAP Record holder In 800;/1500 and former national athlete Elbren Neri (Tangub City), Palaro 1500 record holder Alfrence Braza (Iloilo), National orienteering athlete and winner of Pinoyathletics Fantasia 1000m Louie Agawa (Baguio), and former national jr 800/1500 champion and MVP rookie uaap Edgar Carado (Iloilo).
The event sponsor Masiv Sports, a premium local apparel brand that outfits most of the UAAP and national sports teams, will provide a free singlet to the winner of the 1000m in each category. Mens, Womens, Junior Mens, Junior Womens, and Masters Womens. Participants will all receive a certificate of participation.
The Virtual event will run from 17-31 July. With entries strictly closing on 16th July. This is the 8th Virtual or Mini Meet that Pinoyathletics has hosted or co-hosted this year.
- Performances are preferred on rubberized standard ovals.
- But can also be held on dirt tracks or other surfaces permitted by Pinoyathletics.
- Events with downhill gradients totaling less than 0 will not be accepted and told to rerun.
- STRAVA times will not be accepted if deemed inaccurate by Pinoyathletics
- Garmin watch performances will be accepted, but performances for National Records must be counter-checked and measured with video software.
- And will only accept national Records on Track Ovals. We will require any suspect sub-standard ovals to be mismeasured; a full video must accompany them.
- Videos need to be submitted of the complete run clear view of the start and finish, no partial videos.
- Once a video is submitted and accepted by Pinoyathletics before July 31, no Re-Runs will be allowed, and the time from the video is Final.
- If Pinoyathletics considers a video a DQ and asks the athletes to re-run, they may re-run and submit a video on or before July 31.
- As all National records are indoor, National records from this meeting will be noted as outdoor records in the Database.
- Mens 1000M – Jesson Ramil Cid 2:46.55 (Indoor)
- Boys 1000M – (Vacant)
- Womens 1000M – Natalia Quintero 3:06.39 (Indoor)
- Girls 1000M – Natalia Quintero 3:06.39 (Indoor)
National Virtual 1k Entries (16.07.21) ENTRIES CLOSED. National Virtual 1k
Pinoyathletics National Virtual 1k Challenge
*Disclaimer Pinoyathletics is in no way, shape, or form associated with PATAFA or the PSC
Entries Close at 6 pm Phi Time on July 16.
Submission of Videos: July 17 to July 31
Announcement of Winners: August 1
- Date of Birth
- Team Name
- Where you will run
- Event Choice
And email the Following Details to [email protected]
- 1000m – Mens
- 1000m – Womens
- 1000m – Boys (born on or after January 1, 2002)
- 1000m – Girls (born on or after January 1, 2002)
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