100km run for KYTHE

Message below from Boy Siojo.
Congrats sa lahat ng tumakbo at sumuporta sa event.

Mabuhay UP Mountaineers, 100km swim naman hehehe.


Maraming salamat sa inyong lahat na tumulong sa takbo na ito.

Shy ako kaya hindi ako makapag salita sa mic kahapon during
lunch kaya dito ko na gagawin. At ngayong umaga ko lang m
agagawa kasi pagdating ko sa bahay kahapon eh na zonk na ako.

Please forward this to all that were involved as I do not
have all their email addresses.

Also please do not take it personally if I don't
remember your names, medyo makakalimutin na ako, its true!
You can ask my wife and sons...hmmm nasaan na nga ba ako.

We all didn't have to do this but we all did anyway...
ako I had to do it kasi tumatakbo asawa ko, kung di ko
ginawa ito baka habulin ako ng walis at mas malayo pa sa
100km ang matakbo ko!!!!! hehehe (honey loko lang!!!)

To all the UPM members who joined the support team.
Our heartfelt thanks to you.

1. Thank you to all those who brought their own cars,
drove through the night, spent their own money for the
gas and the supplies, leapfrogging the route just so that when
we arrived at certain points refreshments were at the ready.

There were cold/iced orange and melon slices, cold water,
rush, gatorade etc..., to refresh the runners and the bike team.
Most of all thank you for all the encouragements that you gave!

2. The Bike team. My hats off to you. Hindi rin tayo natulog from
start to finish. Maraming salamat for for your committment in
gurading and taking care of your assigned runner.
Mahirap talagang magbisikleta ng mabal at magabot ng tubig,
gatorade, pagkain at kung ano-ano pa sa mga runners,
all the while keeping your balance and not running into our runners.

At lalo ng mahirap tumayo sa isang intersection at humarang sa
mga kotse habang binubusinahan at minumura ka para lang hindi
maabala ang pace ng ating mga runners..

Maraming salamat kay Winston na kahit masama ang pakiramdam
eh sumama pa din. He had to peel off around 8am at the Makati
area as he was beginning to feel worse.

3. To the guys at th backroom, maraming salamat.
Unknown to most of you we had a lot of help from Ninoy,
Bunny and Ed Garcia of Waypoints.ph.

I was feeding Bunny the map coordinates of certain points
throughout the night and he was plotting our course all the way.
We were constatntly asking Bunny for advise specially for the
route changes. Lalo na when we slipped th Que Ave to
Oblation-Visayas-Mindanao portion of the run.

Bunny was instrumental in plotting and suggestin new routes
para siguradong maka 100kms ang runners.

Ninoy on the other hand kept the people at home informed
of the current location ng runners.

4. Maraming maraming salamat sa mga non-UPM
members who helped.

The medical Team:

Doc Dan RedoƱa for agreeing to be our medical doctor
throughout the trip. He came all the way from Clark in Pampanga
just to help out and he was ready to address any medical situation
that may have occured.

Louie Domingo for being our Emergency First Respone personnel,
for all the medical supplies and equipment that he brought.
We had a stretcher, splints, medical O2 delivery system, and
even a defibulator on board. A defiblutaor is the one you see
in the movies when they electrocute a heart attack victim
to jumpstart his heart.

Eric Reyes he was the guy with the full face helmet
on the bike team. Eric is a trained Emergency Medical Technician
and Registred Nurse at the same time.

What most of you guys did not know is Eric is a cancer warrior.
He is curently fighting the sickness for the 3rd time in 7
years. He is currently doing his Chemo and radiation treatments
and he was in some pain during the night and early morning.

I asked him several times if he wanted to just ride in one of
the support vehicles but he refused each time because he but he
wanted to finish the event which he committed to do and because
he wanted to help, in his own small way daw, the cause of the run.

Karla Corpus, whom I recruited minutes before the
run and readily said yes!

Logistics Team:

Maite Abellanosa for helping out in purchasing, packing and
distributing the suppllies for the runners, she was with us
throughout the whole trip.

Armind Sony, who readily volunteered to drive one of
the pick-ups throughout the night.

Joel Buncalan, who prepared the lugao, noodles,
packed the ice bags, gave out the sponges etc...
for the runners Armind, Joel and Doc Dan are veteran members
support teams that I have put up in the past for
the marathons of my wife.

5. The guest Runners:

Bobe, Hector, Josaw, Tobie, Peter, Robert
(there were others whom I do not recall their names,
my apologies) thank you for running and helping bouy up
the spirits of our runners. Si Jo saw bumalik pa noong
Milo para sumama sa bike team...astig! Maraming salamat.

6. To Roel and the Northface Team, Tobie and his Team,
Bordie (videographer) Maraming salamat sa inyong
mga dalang pagkain, inumin, at higit sa lahat sa supporta.

7. Thank you also to our prayer partners who prayed
for the safety of the activity. Maraming salamat sa inyo,
although you are too many to mention eh alam na ninyo
kung sino kayo. Maraming salamat.

8. Lastly .. sa may pakana nitong gimick na ito, Romy Garduce,
Team Captain Neville Manaois and our President Henry Nakpil.
You did too many things to mention here, thank you for all the
sacrifices and time that you spent in putting this up.
Maraming salamat sa inyo.

Kung may nakalimutan akong i-mention na pangalan
eh paumanhin na lang po.

Maraming salamat sa inyong lahat!

To Neville, Kiko, Danny (halimaw ka talaga!!!), Chichi, Olive
and my wife Beth. CONGRATULATIONS! !!!!

p.s plano ni Romy pala mag bike sa umpisa lang, tapos ikarga
na yung bike nya sa pick-up ni Tobie at sasakay na siya doon.
Eh puno yung pick-up with supplies and people so hindi
nya nasakay bike nya! Naging bike support Team na siya
all the way hehehehe.

Si Roel Chan of Norh Face planned to run and run he
did kaya lang na dobler yung distance ng plano nya kasi
naiwanan siya ng TNF van hehehe

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