ALTITUDE OCR WORLD SERIES ASIA

March 26, 2022

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Registration Ended

1 month ago

Please note that MT. PULAG is still closed to the general public except for locals. This event will be exclusive to registered participants in compliance with IATF and LGU protocols.  REGISTRATION IS CLOSED.

IMPORTANT UPDATES

PLEASE UPDATE YOUR QTP CODE HERE: https://visita.baguio.gov.ph/ for THOSE PASSING THROUGH BAGUIO. GROUP REGISTRATION MAY BE DONE PER VEHICLE BUT INFO HAS TO BE ENTERED INDIVIDUALLY. DESTINATION: Contact Person: Fernan Bangonan Destination: Altitude OCR Event / DENR Visitors Park, Bokod, Benguet / Number 0929 166 8864 (If you have any problem or delay in approval - please contact the numbers in the photo: https://www.facebook.com/baguiotourism/photos/pcb.1068894216993481/1074498236433079/

HOMESTAYS/CAMPING AT P500 PER PAX PER DAY

(Those who missed the reservation and payment deadline may pay on-site.  Kindly note that assignment will be based on availability.)

Centralized reservation and accommodations will be implemented for homestays. Only the registered participants may book for accommodations and enter the event are in Babadak Ranger Station. No Companion allowed. Please check the list in the link above to see if your name is confirmed. Kindly ensure you have paid and sent proof of payment. Your reservations will be processed and updated in the link above. Please email homestayreservationspulag@gmail.com for concerns with subject line <Pulag Accommodations>. Assignment is on a first come, first served basis. Payment instruction has been sent via email (Please check your spam/promo folder if you did not receive it).

FOOD: Lunch will be served after the race for FREE. For other meals, kindly reserve here https://bxie26cxvr9.typeform.com/pulagmeals

Transportation from Baguio will be arranged by the local association depending on the numbers of runners who will avail. Details will be posted tomorrow.

Antigen testing on-site is available. Please sign-up above. Cost will at P450.

The PHILIPPINES will be hosting the ASIAN QUALIFIER EVENT of the 2022 World OCR Altitude Race Championship to be held in Morocco in July 2022. The race shall take participants through the trails inside the Mt. Pulag National Park, summiting the peak of the Mt. Pulag and back to the Babadak Ranger Station with 12-15 obstacles in selected locations at an altitude of 2600masl.

This event is open to 

Elite Male and Women

Open Age groups Men and Women 

  • 16-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50 and Above 

Para Men and Women Category (12km) 

  • P1 , P2-P4, P5 

This event aims to 1) restart tourism at the Mt. Pulag National Park, 2) provide livelihood for the community in Benguet who will be providing manpower, merchandise and supplies through the event, 3) launch various community projects, and 4)identify potential athletes from the nearby towns. 

Participants will get to enjoy the ALTITUDE OCR SERIES-ASIA and will receive a locally crafted medal, access to the park and an event shirt. Proceeds of the registration fee will be used to support a renovation project which will be announced once final.

Note: Event is open only to participants who are fully vaccinated and are from areas under LEVEL 3 and have negative antigen test 48H before the event. Please read all event rules and health and safety protocols.

Event rules, health and safety protocols may change depending on the pandemic situation and LGU and Community requirements.


The Altitude OCR World Series

The Altitude OCR World Series Finals is going to be in MOROCCO this August, shortly followed by the Altitude OCR World Championships in November at Everest Base Camp!
 Top 50 Male and Female finishers will be qualified to join the World Championships.

The Philippines hold the current world record which was won during the 2020 World’s Highest OCR in Kilimanjaro, South Africa.  And they are coming back to defend the world record and the gold medal in these events.

This is going to be an incredible experience and an inspiring journey for all our participants and pro athletes. This event is the only qualifying event in Asia.

This event aims to 1) restart tourism at the Mt. Pulag National Park, 2) provide livelihood for the community in Benguet who will be providing manpower, merchandise and supplies through the event, 3) launch various community projects, and 4)identify potential athletes from the nearby towns.

Participants will get to enjoy the OCR at a high altitude and will receive a locally crafted medal, access to the park and an event shirt. Proceeds of the registration fee will be used to support a renovation project which will be announced once final. Any remaining funds will be used to support other POSF projects which will be launched soon.

Note: Event is open only to participants who are fully vaccinated, have negative antigen test 48H before the event and are from areas in Level 2 and under. Please read all event rules and health and safety protocols.

Event rules, health and safety protocols may change depending on the pandemic situation and LGU and Community requirements.  

The Venue

The Altitude OCR World Series-Asia will start at the Babadak (Ranger Station) in Kabayan, Benguet in the Philippines. Participants will travel around the trails heading to the summit and back with twelve to fifteen obstacles along the route.   

Mt. Pulag is the Philippines second highest mountain at 2926 masl and is the 26th highest in the world. The summit is the tripoint of the Mt. Pulag National Park which borders the provinces of Benguet, Ifugao and Nueva Vizcaya.

Before it was closed to the public due to the pandemic, the park is famous for travelers and mountaineers with its panoramic vistas who brave its cold and conquers the challenging terrain. It is famous for the vast "sea of clouds" hovering over the mountain of the Cordillera every morning, the exceptional view of the Milky Way Galaxy at dawn and the vast grasslands..

It has a large diversity of flora and fauna, various native wildlife species - the mountain is perhaps the most biodiverse location in the Philippines. The lower elevation part of the Mount Pulag will mesmerize you with its mossy forest full of ferns, lichens, and moss.

More than that, the entire mountain is believed to be a sacred resting ground. It has been proclaimed as a national park and is inhabited by different ethnic groups such as the Ibalois, Kalanguya, Kankana-eys, Karao, and Ifugao.

The whole experience of walking and running through the mossy forest, being welcomed by the vast grasslands surrounded by a sea of cotton clouds and mountain ranges as the sun rises and shows its mightiness while braving the cold weather. It feels surreal being that close to heaven at the rooftop of Luzon. We hope you get to experience running the trails of Mt. Pulag, it's time to come home. Let's go!

EVENT RULES

General Rules

  1. It is the athlete’s responsibility to understand and know the rules and regulations before entering the course and participating in the competition. 
  2. Cut off time is 8 Hours for 21km and 4 Hours for 12km; failure to finish the race within the cut off time will mean a DNF (Did Not Finish) status on the race result.   There will be an intermediate cut-off of 3 hours at the peak.
  3. Racers will be released in waves in compliance to IATF’s Health and Safety Protocol. Competitors start in groups of 6 persons every 3 minutes.
  4. Athletes are not allowed to race bare chested. We must respect the culture of the people living in the race area. Failure to comply to this rule might result in disqualification from the race.
  5. Athletes are required to report to the start area at least 5 minutes prior to the start of their designated wave. Reporting too late can result in not being able to start at all, or having to start in a later start group. The organization can decide if the time for starting later will be compensated or not.
  6. It is not allowed to use shoes with spikes or shoes that can course harm to other competitors more easily that the average trail/OCR shoe.
  7. For those parts of the course that public roads are used, athletes must respect traffic regulations and behave like (running) pedestrians are expected to behave.
  8. Deliberately blocking other competitors progress will result in disqualification. There will be no (time) compensation in case the competitor is blocked by another competitor, official, any other person or anything else.
  9. Athletes are required to provide and accept assistance from other competitors in distress, who’s safety, is endangered and/or who require medical assistance, up and until the moment this role has been taken over by volunteers or medical staff.
  10. Outside assistance:
  • Limited outside assistance is allowed from another athlete competing in the same event.
  • No outside assistance is allowed from any person not competing in the same event.
  • These include but are not limited to spectators, friends, family, volunteers, support  crew, photographers, police or marshals.

        11. Athletes are obligated to:

    • Know, understand and follow the rules and regulations at all times
    • Practice good sportsmanship at all times
    • Be responsible for their own safety and the safety of others
    • Obey instructions from race officials and event staff at all times
    • Treat other athletes, officials, volunteers, media, sponsors and spectators with respect and courtesy
    • Complete all obstacles without receiving physical assistance with running or on the obstacles
    • Not dispose litter or equipment on or around the course except at clearly designated places. All items must be kept with the athlete and disposed of appropriately at the end of the race 
    • Not attempt to gain unfair advantages in any way
    • Not to enter the course and try any obstacles prior to the competition. Athletes doing so will be disqualified without warning.
    • Have to be present at the briefing which starts 20 minutes before the first start group starts.


    RACE SCHEDULE

    March 26, Saturday

    6:00am: Race Briefing for 21km race

    6:20am: Gun start for Elite Male 21Km

    6:30am: Gun start for Elite Female 21Km

    6:40am: Gun start for 21km Age Groups Male

    6:50am: Gun start for 21km Age Groups Female

    7:00am: Race Briefing for 12km race

    7:20am: Gun Start for 12km Elite Male

    7:30am: Gun Start for 12km Elite Female

    7:40am: Gun start for 12km Age groups Male

    7:50am: Gun start for 12km Age groups Female

    8:00am: Gun start for 12km PARA

    2:00-5:00pm: Awarding of Winners


    RUN AND OBSTACLE RULES

    Run

    1. Numbers: Numbers must be worn in the front of the body. Cutting numbers or altering with sponsor stickers is not allowed. There will be a warning for not having your number on the front of your body, second infraction will be a 2 minute penalty. A 10-minute penalty will be assessed for losing your run number.

    2. Personal Audio/Music Devices: No type of sound/music device is allowed during competition. Examples: no headsets, tape players, CD players, MP3 players or 2-way radios may be worn.

    3. Cutting the course: Short-cutting and/or cutting trail switchbacks or course is not permitted and may result in disqualification. A runner is required to stay on the designated trail that is marked and or specified as the racecourse. It is the runner's responsibility to know the designated racecourse. Lack of tape or barrier on the course will not be constituted as an excuse for cutting course.

    Obstacles

    1. Obstacles will be a combination of upper body, lower body and balance obstacles

    2. Elite racers are allowed one (2) tries to complete an obstacle while the age groups racers are allowed three (3) tries to complete an obstacle

    3. Completion of all obstacles is mandatory to be eligible for awards and competition ranking.

    4. All obstacles must be completed according to the rules as explained by the organizers. The organizers will explain these rules on their website and during the briefing.

    5. The content of the rules and regulations and the rules on how to complete the obstacles may be changed or updated without notice. It is the athlete’s responsibility to seek the newest Information regarding the obstacle rules on the website of the organizer.

    6. Failure to do the obstacle with the allowed number of tries will mean a 5 minutes time penalty for the racer.

    7. Gloves are allowed.


    PROTESTS AND PENALTIES

    Protests

    1. Protests of any nature must be submitted within 30minutes of the finish time of the person lodging the protest. Protests must be submitted in writing and signed by the accuser. Saying somebody cut the course is not good enough – it must be written and described as accurately as possible. All protests will be investigated.

    2. Because of the nature of off road races, it is not always possible to see infractions. This race is in the woods, out of sight and marshalled only where necessary. In every case there will need to be verification of the infraction. Officials will not be drawn into a “hear-say” argument.

    Penalties

    a. Penalties will be determined by the severity of the infraction. The minimum penalty will always be 10 minutes. The maximum penalty will be disqualification from the results of the event and/or a loss of prize money.

    b. A disqualification is a penalty appropriate for severe rule violations, such as but not limited to, interference with other athletes, dangerous or unsportsmanlike conduct or failure to assist an athlete in distress.

    HEALTH AND SAFETY REQUIREMENTS

    Health and Safety Protocol

    1. Masks on at all times, except when racing.

    2. Mask on at the starting line, racers will only be allowed to remove their mask as soon as they reach the 1st obstacle.

    3. Social distancing (At least six feet apart)

    4. Regular hand disinfection.

    5. Athletes who fail to observe these protocols, despite constant reminders from organizers, will be asked to leave the venue immediately.

    MANDATORY EQUIPMENT

    There will be Water refilling stations along the Race Course It’s a must that you bring your own water bottle or Hydration packs to ensure proper hydration all throughout the race, no paper cups will be provided during the race and racers will be required to refill their own hydration system from the water containers provided in the stations.

    1. 21km OCR: Each racer must be self-contained/ self-reliant. Complete with the following mandatory items:

    • Hydration bottle/ pack (at least 800ml)

    • Trail food/ water

    • Whistle

    • Light jacket

    • Emergency Blanket

    2. 12km OCR: Each runner must be self-contained/ self-reliant. Complete with the following mandatory items:

    • Hydration bottle/ pack (at least 800ml)

    • water

    • Whistle

    • Trail Food (optional)

    • Light Jacket

    • Emergency Blanket

    NOTE: These mandatory items will be inspected upon check-in at the starting line and during the race.


    EVENT SCHEDULE

    March 25
    • Participants have to attend the Park Briefing and park protocols at the DENR Mt. Pulag National Park Visitors Area in Bokod, Benguet
    • Participant has to go through the Event Triage before they can enter the Babalak Ranger Station
    • Participant with vehicle should park in designated parking areas in Bokod, Benguet and take the official local transport.
    • Race Registration and Race packet claiming
    • Participant will be in a bubble after entry to the ranger station.

    March 26
    • Altitude OCR World Series
    • Awarding

    Note:
    • Participants are not allowed companion.
    • Participants' access is limited to the Babadak Ranger station and the race route. Side trips are not allowed.
    • Participants of the Altitude OCR World Series Should arrive on March 25. Note that they can only roam around the Ranger Station and homestays before the event day.
    • All participants should depart on March 26.

    HEALTH MANAGEMENT

    HEALTH MANAGEMENT - PRE EVENT

    Individuals should:

    • Always have minimal PPE- facemask, personal sanitizer; own food & drink.
    • In accordance with IATF directives, the use of mask in all public places are required.
    • Declare feeling unwell & presence of symptoms to Race Officials.
    • Avoid unnecessary physical contact.
    • Not share equipment.
    • Conduct frequent hand sanitation or washing.
    • Throughout the 5-day period before, during, and after the event, it is mandatory for all persons involved to perform regular health self-checks such as temperature detection and monitoring of symptoms.

    Pre-Event Entry Requirements:

    • Participant must be fully vaccinated. Booster shot is required for those who had their second dose six (6) months before the event. They must be able to present their fully-vaccinated cards and booster card.
    • Only participant from LEVEL 2 area will be allowed to participate. COVID alert restrictions during the week of the event will dictate the final health and safety protocols to be implemented. Please keep posted.
    • Non-fully vaccinated (or booster if 6 months since last vaccination) participant may register but should ensure they are able to complete their required vaccine two weeks before race day.

    Note: Producing fake Vaccine card is considered “a crime punishable under Republic Act 11332 or the Mandatory Reporting of Notifiable Diseases and Health Events of Public Health Concern Act which provides for penalties of P20,000 but not more than P50,000 or imprisonment of not less than one month but not more than six months, or both fine and imprisonment, at the discretion of the court.”

    HEALTH MANAGEMENT: EVENT DAY

    Onsite Registration and Health Screening

    • All involved in the race must register passing through Baguio may enter via HDF with destination Kabayan, Benguet.
    • Health screening and onsite registration will start on March 26 at 9am.
    • Participant should present their fully vaccinated card.
    • Participant should present their signed Mt. Pulag National Park’s Health Declaration Form and a Pledge of Adherence to all safety protocols and rules.
    • Participant should present a certificate of negative ANTIGEN test 48 hours before their entry to the event venue. Onsite antigen testing will also be available for those who reserved HERE
    • All concerned need to pass through the Triage Tent for thermal scan. 37.5 temperature and lower is considered passed. Temperature to be written by the medical team on the signed Health Declaration Form.
    • If participant’s temperature is higher than 37.5, he will be asked to stay in the isolation tent. After 15 mins. his temperature will be taken again, if it registers 37.5 and lower he will be accepted. If his temperature is still higher than 37.5, he will be referred to a quarantine facility.
    • After passing the Health Screening test, participant proceeds to the registration area for personal information verification and signed health declaration form with temperature, signed waiver, signed pledge and a copy of the government valid ID.
    • A RaceYa bracelet will be issued to the participant. This should be worn throughout the stay at the event venue and surrendered at the DENR office at the Babalak ranger station upon departure.
    • Participant can then proceed to Babalak Ranger Station via the official local transport.
    • Participant may pick-up his race kit and number at the event venue.
    • Participant are encouraged to stay at the Babadak Ranger Station until after the end of the event.

    Pre-Event Stay in Babadak Ranger Station

    • Participant should follow the safety protocols in their homestays or tents until the start of the race.
    • Participant should ensure they wear mask when going around the Babalak Ranger Station.
    • Safety Marshals will be deployed in Babalak Ranger Station to monitor all involved in the event if practicing proper safety protocol. If a participant is caught not practicing the safety protocol, he/she will be disqualified from the event.
    • Athletes are advised to wear masks during any non-competition activity (e.g. registration, race kit pick up, waiting area for heat..
    • The organizers are only responsible for providing masks to its volunteers and staff. All other accredited clients must bring their own equipment.
    • The local authorities and/or POSF/PHILTRA may impose the mandatory use of masks in specific events and aid stations.
    • Working spaces and manpower deployment will be organized in a manner where physical distancing is respected.
    • (The Health and Safety Protocols may change and be updated before the event. Please ensure that you visit this page and check your email for any updates on requirements.)

    Event

    • Participant should wear his/her mask at the starting line and can only take it off five hundred meters from the starting line.
    • Participant should wait for their turn at the start line. Runners will be released by 6 every 3 minutes.
    • Participant should maintain social distancing of six feet from other racers.
    • Masks on at all times, except when racing.
    • Social distancing (At least six feet apart)
    • Regular hand disinfection.
    • Athletes who fail to observe these protocols, despite constant reminders from organizers, will be asked to leave the venue immediately.

    HEALTH MANAGEMENT-POST EVENT

    Throughout the 5-day period after the event, it is mandatory for all persons involved to perform regular health self-checks such as temperature detection and monitoring of symptoms. Participant should report to race officials should they experience symptoms and tests positive within 5 days from the event.


    TRAVEL AND ACCOMODATIONS

    IMPORTANT UPDATES

    PLEASE UPDATE YOUR QTP CODE HERE: https://visita.baguio.gov.ph/ for THOSE PASSING THROUGH BAGUIO. GROUP REGISTRATION MAY BE DONE PER VEHICLE BUT INFO HAS TO BE ENTERED INDIVIDUALLY. DESTINATION: Contact Person: Fernan Bangonan Destination: Altitude OCR Event / DENR Visitors Park, Bokod, Benguet / Number 0929 166 8864 (If you have any problem or delay in approval - please contact the numbers in the photo: https://www.facebook.com/baguiotourism/photos/pcb.1068894216993481/1074498236433079/

    Participants who will stay in Baguio before or after the event should enter here https://visita.baguio.gov.ph/. Participant will be solely responsible for the approval of their QR code in Baguio. Participants who booked at the Podium Botique Hotel should use this as destination for faster approval. (Only those with Podium Botique Hotel reservation will be approved.)

    International participants should follow the following travel protocols https://www.philippineairlines.com/en/ph/home/covid-19/arrivingintheph

    HOMESTAYS/CAMPING AT P500 PER PAX PER DAY

    Centralized reservation and accommodations will be implemented for homestays. Only the registered participants may book for accommodations and enter the event are in Babadak Ranger Station. No Companion allowed. Please check the list in the link above to see if your name is confirmed. Kindly ensure you have paid and sent proof of payment. Your reservations will be processed and updated in the link above. Please email homestayreservationspulag@gmail.com for concerns with subject line <Pulag Accommodations>. Assignment is on a first come, first served basis. Payment instruction has been sent via email (Please check your spam/promo folder if you did not receive it).

    MODE OF TRANSPORT

    All participants whether travelling by private vehicle or public transport should go through the Mt. Pulag National Park Visitor's Office. There will be official local transport from the DENR Visitors Center in Bokod, Benguet to Sitio Babalak, Kabayan, Benguet.

    Participants may travel via private vehicle by land and use this direction via WAZE or GOOGLE MAP . Travel time is 2+/- hours from Baguio.

    Participants who will travel via public transportation can follow this:

    From Manila take any buses bound for Baguio City. Victory Liner Terminal in Cubao, Quezon City. Please call the bus station for any travel advisory and restriction

    Hail a taxi from Victory Liner Terminal and ask to be dropped off at the Old Slaughterhouse Terminal. Travel time around 10-15minutes, fare 80-150php. There are commuter vans/buses bound for Kabayan, Benguet. Vans leave hourly and starts at 07:00am while buses leave by 05:00am and ask to be dropped off at the DENR Office in BOKOD.

    A local transport from Baguio to Benguet may be arranged for a fee. Payment instruction and travel details will be sent to those who reserved.

    Depending on alert level restrictions, thee may be changes on the travel guidelines. This information may change.

    ACCOMODATIONS

    Reservations will be centralized, please accomplish this form.

    Participants should arrive on March 25 (not later than 6pm) and stay at the Babalak ranger station homestays and designated camping area for P500. Food may be arranged by the participants with their respective homestays after the reservation is confirmed (This is not included in the registration fee and accommodations fee).

    Please book your accommodations by filling up this Form .

    TRIAGE

    Participants should go through the health and medical triage at the DENR Visitors Park before being allowed to proceed to the Babalak Ranger Station. A negative antigen test result certificate 48H before the event should be presented. There will be available testing onsite, please fill up to reserve in this form.

    TRANSPO CONTACT:

    We have listed possible sports event van services providers who have submitted their details to assist those who have no available transportation. Please note that they are in no way connected with the organizer. All dealings should be between the participant and the van service.

    1. Manila-Pulag-Manila Pickup points: Shaw/Centris Manila-Pulag-Manila Edgar Cervantes l09279869498 l Pickup points: Shaw Centris ; P1400/pax

    2. VAN SERVICE FOR MT PULAG TRAIL RUN: JENNIFFER COMANDANTE l 09502759537 l OR PM THRU MY FB MESSENGER "JEI CO" l PICK UP TIME : Saturday, March 26,2022 12nn l Fee: 1450 RT (Premium Van max 12 only) l PICK UP POINT: CUBAO FARMERS (or along the way, will communicate with the driver)Kindly send a message to the page for listing.

    MEALS AT THE EVENT VENUE

    The local association at the event venue is forming a cooperative to ensure that they are able to source supplies from the town proper and have enough meals available for their guests during the event weekend. Price per meal is at P180. Please note the following: 1)No special meal plans available; 2) Payments will be made onsite upon arrival but cancellation is discouraged. Kindly note that when you reserve they will already purchase the supplies for your order; 3) Some homestays may have cooking area but supplies are not available at the Ranger Station. We appreciate your orders from them as this will greatly support the community as they bounce back and reopen their home for us. Pls reserve here https://bxie26cxvr9.typeform.com/pulagmeals

    EVENT PARTNERS

    EVENT FEES INCLUSIONS

    Please choose your shirt size at the SHOP before checkout.  Kindly note that shirt size preference is guaranteed only until March 11, 2022.

    REGISTRATION REMINDERS

    Registration Ends: 12nn, March 15, 2022

    Priority in registration:

    1. Members of National Team (must join Elite category, not age-groups)

    2. Members of Developmental Pool (must join Elite category, not age-groups)

    3. Members of POSF

    4. Others

    Registration Fee: P2,500 for all distances

    • Free: Members of National Teams

    • P1,250Members of Developmental Pools

    • P2,500: POSF Members

    • P3,000: Non-POSF Member

    Participants can only register via register.raceyaya.com, Participants should ensure they have read all race and event details, rules and protocols and agree to the terms of participation by ticking it before submitting registration.

    1. Registration is only confirmed after payment. Paid fees are non-refundable, non-transferable & non-creditable to future POSF races.

    2. Participants should read all details and FAQs in this page and the terms and conditions before submitting their registration.

    3. Participants should use an accessible email where confirmation and event updates and announcements will be sent, if any. Updates may be posted and updated in this page and in POSF and RaceYaya social media accounts. It is the participants responsibility to be informed of any updates.

    Data Privacy and Terms and Conditions

    ALTITUDE OCR WORLD SERIES FAQS

    Each participant shall need a RaceYaya account to gain access to the registration. This will be your perpetual account which will give you access to other features in the platform. If you already have an account, please log-in at register.raceyaya.com.

    Choose your event category. Please ensure that you have read the terms and conditions before submitting your registration.

    Choose your preferred payment method:

    PAYPAL OR CREDIT/DEBIT CARD. You will be directed and asked to log on to your account in paypal after you click submit.

    Please complete the transaction before exiting. A successful payment screen will be displayed after completion of payment together with an email confirmation.

    Should you decide to exit and shop/pay later, please log in to your account to continue your purchase or payment. Your registration status will change to Paid in your Account Profile.

    RACEYAYA PAYMENT PORTAL: DRAGONPAY Once you choose our online payment gateway as your preferred payment method, you will be directed to the Dragonpay screen. Please choose your payment option preference:

    • BDO Online BDO ATM

    • Landbank

    • Metrobank Direct

    • PNB Online UCPB Connect Other banks listed,

    • Payment Centers

    • Bayad Center

    • Cebuana Lhuillier

    • M.Lhuillier

    • E-Wallet

    • Dragonpay Credits

    • Paymaya Installment Payments (Please create a Tendopay or Billease account.

    TendoPay Installments you will receive an email/text from Dragonpay containing your payment details and instructions on how to pay with your chosen bank or payment center. You may also view our detailed instructions to some of our channels by clicking the link https://www.dragonpay.ph Make sure to follow the correct instructions and don’t forget to VALIDATE your payments for the follow channels: BDO Online Banking, Chinabank Online ATM/OTC Banking, Rural Net, and UCPB.

    An email acknowledging receipt of payment is automatically sent. Please check your SPAM or PROMOS folder in your email account. A registration confirmation email will be sent to racers within 24H after validation.

    You may click the upper right button to visit your profile to view your registration details and return to payment screen. Click PENDING PAYMENT and follow the instruction on the screen.

    PENDING: After submission of registration and before payment, your registration is set to PENDING PAYMENT if you SUBMITTED BUT IS NOT PAID:. This will change after you have paid via Dragonpay or Paypal. Pay by following these steps: Log-in to raceyaya.com, click your profile, click pending payment and choose you payment method.

    Yes you can. However, we would only allow you to join when you are fully vaccinated. Please complete your innoculation before the event.

    PENDING: After submission of registration and before payment, your registration is set to PENDING PAYMENT if you SUBMITTED BUT IS NOT PAID:. This will change after you have paid via Dragonpay or Paypal. Pay by following these steps: Log-in to raceyaya.com, click your profile, click pending payment and choose you payment method.

    PAID: Your status is set to PAID after successfully paying via Paupal, your payment is paid via Dragonpay

    REGISTERED

    Your status is set to Registered when registration is confirmed. You will also receive an email confirmation. You may start logging on to time.raceyaya.com to start your race.

    Registration Ended

    1 month ago