Globe Run4Home

by Paolo Granada Lim

AKA Globe Run4127.0.0.1. Seriously, I don’t know why it’s run for home. Maybe CICC is our home?

That was the most straight route I have ever run in a race. It felt like running a tour de cebu leg. There was only one significant turn, which was the turn-around point. See the route. I also got to run SRP again!

Mr. Sun wasn’t able to show up, since there were rain clouds blocking the way since 6 a.m. until the end of the run. But that didn’t stop the heat. It felt very humid all throughout the run. It wasn’t until 7 a.m.-ish that we felt a bit of wind at SRP.

the runners at the starting line

proud Fred and his 21K medal

Congrats to Fred for his first ever 21k medal (or is it first ever running medal?).

Congratulations to Poy and Shiela for finishing their first 15k. “That’s enough running til I’m 30,” said Shiela, who had a minor hardware failure at the beginning of the race (difficulty in breathing),ย at the finish line. It’s ironic since she just a won a very nice Garmin 110 in our recent company raffle draw. ๐Ÿ˜€

No Congrats to Mark as he is still frustrated with himself for not getting his desired time (2:10). ๐Ÿ˜€

Congratulations to all of us for finishing strong and injury free!

the finishers

~o0o~


Paolo Granada Lim is a programmer and runner based in Cebu City, Philippines. He currently works at caresharing.ph. He writes about life, work, music, books and travel, among others, at paologlim.com.

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