T2N Support

Let me congratulate my brother-in-law J-Cip for finishing the recently concluded Tagaytay to Nasugbu 50-kilometer run. We are so proud of you!

It was my first time to volunteer as part of a support team for an ultra marathon and I was excited.  We woke up at 12:30 am and drove south to Tagaytay.  Brr!  It was cold.

J-Cip explained his hydration and nutrition plan to us but we barely listened because we were sleepy! He must have thought, “What kind of support team is this?” Haha.
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Well, he came prepared. The hydration and nutrition plan was typed on a bond paper so we just followed everything written there. Drinks, food, and emergency kit, check!

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By 3:45, the runners, all 63 of them, gathered outside the gate of the Picnic Grove for the last minute instructions from The Bald Runner, the organizer of the run. At exactly 4 o’clock they were off.
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“I also want to have a photo with Bold Runner.”

“Bald!”

LOL. We never laughed so hard. Why did I say Bold Runner? I never, ever want to have a photo with a bold runner! Haha!

Me with the Bald Runner (and the photo bomber!)

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Support team with BR

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500 meters to go. “Finish strong, you can do it!” we cheered.
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At last, the finish line then a medal and the hug from BR.

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Congratulations to the two-time ultra-marathoner! 51 kms @ 51 years old (his GPS said he ran for 51 kilometers).

You absolutely deserve that Kainan sa Dalampasigan halo-halo (which according to him is the best). Woohoo!
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