MILO Marathon 2011 Schedule

Posted: February 20, 2011 in Events, News
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This is it, folks!

The MILO Marathon has always been one of the most anticipated local running events because of its history, the big cash prizes, and the challenge posed by having strict qualifying times. The 2011 schedule has just been released so mark your calendars, everyone!

This year marks its 35th edition, featuring 17 elimination races and one final race on December 11. It kicks off on July 3 in Laoag while the Manila Elimination Leg is on July 31. That should give people plenty of time to prepare. I’m sure every serious runner out there is eager to join and qualify for the Finals.


Here’s the complete schedule for the Milo Marathon 2011:

July 3 – Laoag City
July 10 – Dagupan City
July 17 – Olongapo City
July 24 – Tarlac
July 31 – Manila Eliminations
Aug 21 – Batangas City
Aug 28 – Puerto Princessa
Sept 4 – Naga City
Sept 11 – San Pablo City
Sept 18 – Iloilo City
Sept 25 – Bacolod City
Oct 2 – Cebu City
Oct 9 – Tagbilaran
Oct 16 – Cagayan de Oro
Oct 23 – Butuan City
Oct 30 – General Santos
Nov 6 – Davao City
Dec 11 – Manila Finals

Source: Takbo.ph

I’m not sure what the qualifying times will be this year, but last year they were:

For 21K Provincial Eliminations

For 42K Manila Eliminations

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Pretty tough. I myself need 4:20 to qualify for the  finals, and for someone who has yet to run her first marathon, that’s quite a daunting task. But hey, I’m up for the challenge. Bring it on! And good luck to all of us!

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UPDATE! (June 2, 1011)

Registration details are up at the Milo website. You can download the form here: http://www.nestle.com.ph/milo/marathon/race_registration.html

Registration Fees:
42K/21K/10K – PHP 500.00
3K Kiddie Run & 5K – PHP 100.00

Registration Venues:
– Toby’s SM San Lazaro
– The Athlete’s Foot, Robinson’s Galleria
– Planet Sports Trinoma
– The Athlete’s Foot Alabang Town Center
– Toby’s, MOA
– Planet Sports Glorietta
– ROX, Bonifacio High Street

Sign up starting June 6, 2011!

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Comments
  1. rey says:

    how to register?

  2. […] decent for a 42K debut, and around the neighborhood of my target finish time for the upcoming Milo Marathon. Lori said she followed Hal Higdon’s marathon training program, so I took a quick look at it […]

  3. Pamela Yago says:

    Hi rey, could you please email me the details on how to register for the 35th Milo Marathon Elimination on July 3, 2011…my brothers keeps on telling me to monitor the forthcoming event. I would appreciate it very much. Thanks a lot.

  4. dr. bon says:

    BOHOL SANDUGO PANGLAO HALF MARATHON, 5k FUN RUN, 3k FAMILY-KIDDIE RUN Aug 28, 2011 Start/ Finish: Bohol Beach Club, Bolod, Panglao Bohol
    Registration: July 04 to August 21, 2011
    Register @ the ff: outlets: Tagbilaran Community Hospital, Lola Lilia’s, Matig-a Seaside Pensione, CPG Sports Complex
    21K – 500 PhP
    5K – 250 PhP with singlet 200 without Singlet
    3K – 100 without singlet 50 PhP for Students
    50 PhP Discounts to Early Bird/ Group/ Senior Citizen Registrants

    Medals and cash prizes await winners, 21K finishers medals, exciting prizes will be raffled off and After Race Beach Party.

    For the benefit of: Societas Divinae Charitatis and Project RARE

    other registration outlets soon: PMI, BBC
    Cebu, Manila and Cagayan De Oro

    Visit BOHOL RUNNERS CLUB group in Facebook

  5. Iro Cadion says:

    I want to experience this… I’m kinda excited..:)

  6. cha says:

    Hi Rey,

    Still the registrations open? and till when?

    Thanks,
    Cha

  7. jobs says:

    Just wanna ask if they have registration on the day of the event ?

  8. Jeng F Valdez says:

    I can’t believe how “slow” the posted qualifying times are, especially the 21K provincials. They strike me as a lot less competetive than during my time, ( circa early-mid 80’s). Way back then, when the eliminations were run at 20K ( instead of 21) one had to run a 1:13 to ensure a qualifying slot in the Manila elims ( top 50). I remember running a 1:14: 52 in 1983 and not qualifying. In 1984, I again clocked a 1:14 ( but seconds faster) and made no. 46 barely making it to the finals ( which were then held on the 3rd Sunday of November). Either way, a 1:14 20K translates to a sub 1:19 21K. What happened? It seems like the Filipino long distance talent pool has gone through some sort of regression? Or recession maybe? I hope not.

    • scout says:

      Maybe Milo simply wants more people to join the finals leg to make it bigger. Eduardo Buenavista holds the course record of 2:18:53 and he is still active. Filipina women swept the top 3 in this year’s Manila eliminations, beating all the Kenyans. I hardly think that’s a sign of regression.

  9. Rowena Bandola says:

    gudday!i want to join milo marathon but i’m don’t know how to register and where to..

  10. wheng says:

    i want to know complete info.and how to register,what’s the requirements and qualification,im here in calamba Laguna

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