Siargao, the island paradise of the South, is hosting one of the most scenic footraces this season. The First Siargao International Marathon (Run for the Mangroves) will be held on July 23 at Del Carmen, Surigao del Norte with the aim to raise funds to protect its mangroves and boost the province’s sports tourism program.
Regarded as one of the best surfing spots in the country, Siargao is not only a haven for surfers but also to adventure seekers and outdoor lovers.
Event Distances & Registration Fee
42K- PhP 1,800
21K- PhP 1,400
5K- PhP 650 (for locals)
To register online, follow this link -> WWW.RUNRIO.COM/SIARGAOMARATHON2017
Race kit claiming will be on July 20-22 at Arrival Area of Del Carmen Airport Siargao
Surigao International Marathon Singlet, Finisher Shirt & Medal
42K is at 5:00 A.M.
21K is at 5:30 A.M.
5K is at 6:30 A.M.
Siargao International Marathon Competition Rules 2017
Participants must follow the instructions of all event officials (staff and volunteers). For participants’ safety, no skates, strollers, or animals are permitted. Costumes covering the face, or any bulky outfit extending beyond the perimeter of the body, are not permitted.
RUNRIO reserves the right to change the details of the event, including delaying, canceling, or suspending the race due to inclement weather or other potential safety risks. Participants must retire at once from the race if ordered to do so by event officials, medical staff, or any governmental authority, including firefighters and police officers.
Any participant who conducts him/herself in an unsportsmanlike manner or who is offensive in action or language to event officials, other participants, volunteers, or spectators may be disqualified.
Protests related to results will be entertained for up to one (1) hour after the posting of results. All protests should be made in writing and submitted to the event officials or sent to email@example.com. A non-refundable protest fee amounting to P5,000 is required. Verbal protests will not be entertained.
All participants must provide accurate information, including age, gender, and emergency contact information, when filling out the event application form. It is strongly recommended that the closest family member should be written as the emergency contact person.
Request for information changes will not be accepted once the event has started. Registration is on a first-come first-served basis.
Entry fees are non-refundable and may not be deferred or transferred.
- – For 42K, and 21K, participants must be 18 years and above
- – For 5K, participants must be 5 years and above
Participants below the age of 18 must seek their parental/guardian consent and fill up the entry form where the parent/guardian is required to sign.
Your official race number (bib) must be fully visible at all times and worn in front. The timing device (B-Tag) is attached to the back of your race number; in order to ensure an accurate time, please do not fold or wrinkle the race number or cover it with a jacket, runner belt, water bottle, or any other item. Participants who run the race without their number properly displayed risk not having their finish time and split times recorded.
The reverse side of the race number must be duly filled up. It should contain the emergency contact number of the closest family member who is in Manila.
If your race number is lost, you will have to register again. Runners without the official race number will not be allowed to run.
Race numbers are non-transferable. You cannot give or sell your race number to another person. A participant who does not wear his or her assigned race number, or who is found to have transferred, bought, sold or otherwise permitted any other individual to wear his or her race number, will be disqualified and suspended from subsequent RUNRIO events.
Participants are responsible for arriving at the start line corral on time. Any participant who climbs over a barricade or otherwise enters improperly may be disqualified. For participant safety, once a corral is closed for entry, late-arriving participants must report to the next available corral.
Participants who do not start within 15 minutes from respective flag off will be disqualified and may not be allowed to start. No result will be given to disqualified participants.
Your official finish time is recorded by the timing system from when you cross the starting line to when you cross the finish line. Top finishers will be determined by gun time (the time from the starting horn until the runner crosses the finish line).
The race course is measured using GPS (Global Positioning System) running watch. Participants must stay within course boundaries, as designated by barriers, traffic cones, delineation, and/or other markings, at all times. Failure to do so may result in disqualification.
No participant, after leaving the course, will be allowed to rejoin the race either for the purpose of getting the finisher’s freebies or to pace or assist another competitor.
Unofficial pacers or other unregistered participants are not permitted. (This does not apply to officially designated pacers.) A participant who receives assistance during an event from anyone other than official medical personnel may be disqualified.
In the interest of safety, and to allow reopening of streets as scheduled, race courses will be closed after the following designated cut-off times
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