Siargao International Marathon
Race Date: July 13, 2019
About the race
Our aim is to help position Siargao as one of the top sports tourism destination in the Philippines, banking on its various tourist attractions and the passion of Filipinos for sports particularly running.
This destination run will happen on July 13, Saturday at Del Carmen, Surigao Del Norte. We are expecting about 1,000+ runners traversing the stretch of the National Hi-way of Siargao Island. Upon finishing, runners will be treated to an after-party celebration (“Marajaw Siargao”) with performances from top local and Manila DJ’s.
Last 2017, the advocacy run was elevated to become the “Siargao International Marathon: Run for Mangrove” where participating runners came from all over the world with support of celebrity running coach and race organizer, Coach Rio de la Cruz and RUNRIO Events Inc.
Schedules, Distances & Fees
|Assembly Time||05:30 AM||04:50 AM||04:30 AM|
|Gun Start||06:00 AM||05:20 AM||05:00 AM|
|Cut-off Time||07:00 AM(1 hour)||09:20 AM(4 hours)||12:00 AM(18 hours and 60 minutes)|
|Race Shirt / Singlet|
|Gatorade Hydrogrip Bottle|
|Draw String Bag|
|Race Finisher Shirt||-|
Race Kit inclusions
How to claim your race kits
Claim your race kit at Sayak Airport on July 11 - 12 from 7AM - 5PM
Registration is on a first-come first-served basis. Entry fees are non-refundable and may not be deferred or transferred.
For 5K, Participants must be 13 years and above; kids 12 years old and below will be allowed to run provided he or she is accompanied by a parent or guardian. 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.
Any dangerous item that could be considered dangerous, including hammers, saws, sharp objects, etc.
Flammable liquids, fuels, fireworks, toxic chemicals, and explosives
Large packages, coolers, tents, etc.
Sleeping bags, and large blankets or comforters
Alcoholic beverages and illegal substances of any kind
Unmanned aerial devices, drones, survey balloons, photography mini-copters, and any flying device with an on/off switch.
Opaque trash bags and any non-transparent plastic bags (Clear trash bags are allowed.)
Folding chairs, camp chairs, and tables of any kind
Containers of liquid larger than one liter
Suitcases and rolling bags
Costumes that cover the face and any bulky outfits that extend beyond the perimeter of the body
Selfie-sticks and any camera mount or rig that isn’t attached directly to the head or torso