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    Monday, March 7, 2011

    Adidas King Of The Road Running Event For Runners October 23, 2011

    Important, please read:

    The much anticipated adidas King of the Road (KOTR) is making its head start by launching their early-bird registration entitled Free Run on June 1-14, while the regular registration will be from June 15 to August 31.

    On June 1-14, the Free Run Promo Registration is open to a lucky limited number of running enthusiasts. Early registrants will receive a guaranteed race entry. Registration is free for every purchase of P7K worth of adidas running products while registration is at 50% off for every purchase of P5K worth of adidas running products. The Free Run promo registrants will not only have a guaranteed slot at the KOTR race, but they will also get the chance to get their first pick on their preferred singlet with their colour of choice. Those who avail of this promo will be getting their race kits sent to their preferred address via carrier.

    There will be a limited number of 100 slots per outlet. Provincial doors will be open for manual registration from June 1-14 only. Interested registrants can avail of this in the ff adidas doors: adidas MOA, North Edsa, Trinoma, Greenbelt, Rockwell, Gateway, Glorietta, Shangri-La, ATC, RDS Ermita, Greenhills, Newport City, Ayala Center Cebu, RDS Bacolod, and RUNNR, RUNNR Trinoma and Cebu, SBF Iloilo, and Toby’s Shangri-la.

    The value of good health comes with a price. This is not a categorical statement because we can still have good health if we will be active and dynamic with our life. One way of getting active is by attending marathon events because running is a form of exercise that removes unwanted fats and toxins from our bodies. So get up and run and shed off those unwanted fats.

    This coming summer, Adidas will again hold a running event known as the Adidas King of The Road 2011. It will be on October 23, 2011. 20,000 runners are expected to attend the said big event. The venue will have to be big in order to accommodate such a number of participants. The venue will be at the Bonifacio Global City, The Fort.

    The Adidas King of The Road will have 3 race categories. The 5K, 16.8K, and 21K running events for their participants. The 10K category was replaced by the 16.8K.

    Here are the important things that you should know about the event. I was able to get a copy of these informations last March 3, 2011 when I attended the Adidas King of The Road press conference.

    1. Adidas KOTR 2011 will be held in 5 countries and will culminate in an ultimate championship race here in the Philippines on Oct. 23, 2011 with targetted 20,000 participants.The race will make its regional debut in Thailand on May 15, Singapore on August 28, Indonesia on September 25, Malaysia on October 2, and the culmination and championship will be in the Philippines on October 23, 2011. The race is aimed at bringing runners together from across the region as part of adidas’ commitment to the sport.

    The winners in the races in the foreign countries above will have an all expense paid trip when they go to the Philippines for the championship race.

    2. Adidas KOTR 2011, a race that has been held for over 10 years now, sports a new logo this year. KOTR will also feature a different theme each year, beginning with this year’s theme titled ‘Colours’. This is represented through the variety of different coloured adidas singlets participants will wear for free, yet another first for KOTR this year. The multi-colour showcase is meant to demonstrate the vibrancy of the sports scene across Southeast Asia. Each participants will wear this for free.

    Men's wear singlet.

    Women's wear singlet.

    3.The Adidas KOTR race 2011 has removed the 10K race category and the organizers replaced it with a 16.8K category. This is a very long course. With a unique 16.8km route offered this year, the city race is targeted at everyone who likes to run –from the social runner, to the serious athlete.

    5K Race Map

    16.8K Race Map

    21K Race Map

    4. Here's how to join the said KOTR Race. You can register online. The online registration is now open. You can visit www.adidaskingoftheroad.com. or if you're on a rush you can already visit the following participating malls nationwide for registration. The registration will start on June 15, 2011 up to August 31, 2011.

    1.Adidas The Fort
    2.Adidas Shangri-la Plaza Mall
    3.Adidas SM Mall of Asia
    4.Adidas SM Megamall
    5.Adidas Alabang Town Center
    6.Adidas Eastwood City
    7.Adidas Trinoma
    9.Adidas Gateway Mall
    10.Adidas Glorietta 3
    11.Adidas Greenbelt 3
    12.Adidas Powerplant Mall
    13.Adidas SM City North Annex

    5. How much is the registration fee?

    The 5K race registration fee will be 1,050.00 pesos.
    The 16.8K race fee will be 1,300.00 pesos.
    And the 21K race fee will be 1,050.00 pesos.

    6.Registered participants gather at the KOTR 2011 Kick-Off Assembly from Oct 10-12 at the NBC Tent, Global City, The Fort, where race kits containing singlet, timing device, and other race paraphernalia will be distributed and a variety of activities await everyone.

    7.Many famous TV personalities will join the KOTR 2011. To name some, we'll have Tessa Prieto, Richard Herrera, Richard Hardin, Kelly Misa, Amanda Griffin and Brent Javier, Bill Velasco, and Maricel Laxa. There will also be several teenage TV personalities like Robi Domingo of PBB Teen edition.

    Here's the logo of the KOTR 2011.

    Here's the official video presentation of the KOTR 2011 from Adidas. I uploaded this video in YouTube.

    1 comment:

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    It's a good event to promote wellness among Manila citizens.

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