Salomon Xtrail Iloilo 2019

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  • November 17, 2019
  • Sunday, 4AM to 3PM

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  • ₱1500 17 kilometers 196 remaining
  • ₱1000 8 kilometers 189 remaining
  • ₱500 Kiddie 199 remaining
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Salomon Xtrail Iloilo 2019

Sunday, 4AM to 3PM
November 17, 2019

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Salomon Xtrail Iloilo 2019

Sunday, 4AM to 3PM
November 17, 2019

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SALOMON X-Trail Run Pilipinas 2019 – Iloilo Leg

RACE DETAILS

  • DATE: 17 November 2019 (Sunday)
  • CATEGORIES & TIME DETAILS:
Category Assembly Pre-Race Briefing Start End Time Barrier
32 kilometers 4 am 5 am 530 am 130 pm 8 hours
17 kilometers 5 am 6 am 630 am 1030 am 4hours
8 kilometers 6 am 630 am 7 am 930 am 2.5 hours
Kiddie Run 7am 8 am 8 am 10 am 2 hours
  • VENUE: UPV Football Field, Miag-ao Campus, Miag-ao, Iloilo
  • WAIVER WITH MEDICAL ATTESTATION: By joining this race, it is understood that runners are medically fit to participate, fully aware of the risks involved and thus, signify/vouch that they are medically insured or has the means to cover expenses on their own in case of unforeseen eventuality.
  • REGISTRATION RULES & PROCEDURE:

REGISTRATION:

32k – Php2000

17k – Php1500

8k – Php1000

Kiddie Run – Php500

PROCEDURE:

ONLINE Registration via www.raceyaya.com (September 16 to November 10, 2018)

STORE Registration (September 23 to November 11, 2019)

  • Salomon SM Iloilo
  • Salomon SM Bacolod
  • LOOTS AND REWARDS:
Category Event Shirt 1 raffle entry Other Items from Sponsors Discount Coupons Xtrail

Trucker Cap

Finishers Medal
32k Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
17k Yes Yes Yes Yes YES Yes
8k Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
–          TOP 3 Men and Women of each category will receive trophies/medals and gift items from our sponsors.
  • THE COURSE

32K – MAP

Elevation profile

  • Elevation gain: 1800 meters or 5,940feet
  • Elevation loss: 1800 meters or 5,940feet

Course Description

This is the full loop for intermediate to advanced runners starting from UPV Covered Court in Miag-ao campus and thru the different barangays of Miag-ao. Do not underestimate this route: gravel or dirt roads, fire trails, river crossings and single tracks. You’ll be going over a series of rolling hills leading to the big climb to Udok. You’ll be passing the barangays of Malagyan, Paroon, Tambong, Banbanan, La Consolacion, Tig-amaga, Pudpud and Diday. Most of the route are trails used primarily by locals to travel from one barangay to their farmlands and neighboring areas.

Course Conditions

There will be gravel or dirt roads, fire trails, river crossings and single tracks. However, the course may be affected by weather conditions before or during the race.

Aid Stations

  1. At the Start/Finish Line.
  2. Aid Station 1 (AS1) KM3 –Brgy. Paroon
  3. Aid Station 2 (AS2) KM10 – Brgy. Banbanan (before river crossing)
  4. Aid Station 3 (AS3) KM16 – Brgy. La Consolacion
  5. Aid Station 4 (AS4) KM23 – Brgy. Pudpud
  6. Aid Station 5 (AS5) KM28 – Brgy. Diday Proper
  7. Aid Station 6 (AS6) KM30 – Brgy. Paroon

Mandatory Gear

  1. Water carrier (bladder, hand-held bottles, etc.) with volume of at least 1,000mL
  2. Whistle

17K – MAP

Course Description

This is for beginner or intermediate runners starting from UPV Covered Court in Miag-ao campus and thru the different barangays of Miag-ao. This route: gravel or dirt roads, fire trails, river crossings and single tracks. You’ll be going over a series of rolling hills around the trails connecting the barangays of Malagyan, Paroon, Tambong, and Diday. Most of the route are trails used primarily by locals to travel from one barangay to their farmlands and neighboring areas.

Course Conditions

There will be gravel or dirt roads, fire trails, river crossings and single tracks. However, the course may be affected by weather conditions before or during the race.

Aid Stations

  1. At the Start/Finish Line.
  2. Aid Station 1 (AS1) KM3 –Brgy. Paroon
  3. Aid Station 2 (AS2) KM8 – Brgy. Diday Proper
  4. Aid Station 3 (AS3) KM12 – Brgy. Paroon

Mandatory Gear- Water carrier (bladder, hand-held bottles, etc.) with volume of at least 1,000mL

8K – MAP

Course Conditions

There will be gravel or dirt roads, fire trails, river crossings and single tracks. However, the course may be affected by weather conditions before or during the race.

Aid Stations

  1. At the Start/Finish Line.
  2. Aid Station 1 (AS1) KM3 – Brgy. Paroon
  3. Aid Station 2 (AS2) KM5 – Brgy. Paroon

Mandatory Gear – Water carrier (bladder, hand-held bottles, etc.) with volume of at least 500mL

  •  COURSE MARKINGS

SUBJECT TO ADDITIONAL MARKINGS SPECIFIC FOR NIGHT and DAY RUNNING, course is primarily marked reflective markers, arrow blazes and light blinkers as additional marking. At every junction or intersection there will be properly placed markers to indicate the path to be taken. On a straight path, there will be no markings for several meters which it indicates the heading being followed is correct. Absence of blazes or markings for several minutes or even an hour or so is clearly a sign that the heading being followed is incorrect.

Markers will be placed on top of wooden poles or even attached to tree trunks, electric posts, on the ground, road, walls, plants, stones, rocks, etc. wherever they be seen. Runners should pay close attention both to the topography and the markings. If you think you may be lost, DO NOT call the RD to ask for one’s current location. Backtrack and look for the last marking to find out where the correct heading should be. This instruction and more will be emphasized and repeated at the pre-race and race briefings.

RED RIBBONS – 32k runners only

BLUE RIBBONS – 17k runners only

YELLOW RIBBONS – 8k runners only

MIXED RIBBONS – shared trail among 8k, 17k, and 32k runners

  •   WEATHER

November in Miag-ao, Iloilo or in the Philippines in general is considered as rainy and typhoon season having occasional rainshower during the day. Though rainy season sometimes it gets really hot (30-35 degrees Celsius) and humid weather around noontime.

NOTE: This will be a physically demanding race. Runners are strongly advised to train properly for it.

  •  FOOD AND FLUIDS

All stations will have water and other assorted food

  • RACE RULES

The purpose of these rules is to ensure the Run’s integrity as a test of individual performance, providing equal conditions for all. The guiding principles of the Performance Rules are as simple as: play fair, be safe, and respect the land.

Violations of any rules or directives of the Salomon Xtrail Iloilo may be grounds for disqualification for one or more years, or other sanctions such as time penalties, fines, and/or disqualification.

  • There will be no unofficial or unregistered runners.
  • Each runner’s official run number must be worn prominently on the front of the body and must be easily visible at all times.
  • Runners must follow the marked trail at all times. Any runner departing from the official trail must return to the point of departure on footbefore continuing.
  • Each runner must complete the entire course under his own power. No physical or mechanical aids are allowed, including but not limited to motor vehicles, motorbikes, horse, cow, carabao, bicycle, and tricycle.
  • Runners may not store supplies of any kind along the trail.
  • Each runner must be checked IN and checked OUT of all checkpoints.
  • Mandatory Gear Check. First check – before checking in at the startline – failure would result to no podium or dnf status. Second gear check (random) at an aidstation (undisclosed) during the race – failure would result to time penalty or dnf. Third check – finish line for the possible podium winners – failure not entitled to podium or dnf.
  • All cut-off times will be strictly enforced. Runners must be checked OUT of the checkpoint BEFORE the cut-off time. Runners returning to the checkpoint after the cut-off time will be pulled from the Run.
  • Injection of fluids or drugs (intravenous, intramuscular, subcutaneous) during the event may result in immediate disqualification.
  • Littering of any kind is prohibited. Please respect the natural beauty of our trails and the right of everyone to enjoy them. Littering will threaten our continued use of the local trails.
  • Runners must refrain from any act of bad sportsmanship.
  • Smoking is not permitted at any of the checkpoints or along the trail.
  • Any runner who is unable to finish the Run must personallyinform the aid station captain of the nearest checkpoint of his decision to withdraw. HE MUST GIVE HIS TIMING CHIP AND PERFORATED BIB NUMBER TEAR SHEET TO THE CAPTAIN AT THAT TIME. Runners who leave the course without turning in their wristband and tear sheet will be classified as “lost,” thereby activating the Salomon Xtrail Iloilo’s partner Search and Rescue unit. Time spent searching for any such runner will be billed to the runner at a minimum rate of Php1,000 per hour.
  • Runners crossing the finish line after the per category cutoff will not be listed as official finishers.
  • The Salomon Xtrail Iloilo has a zero-tolerance policy regarding the use of performance enhancing drugs (PEDs). Any athlete who has been determined to have violated anti-doping rules or policies, is ineligible for entry into the Rizal Mountain Run. Any athlete who refuses to submit to anti-doping controls, if selected for testing, shall be disqualified and subject to a lifetime ban from Salomon Xtrail
  • Rule Violation Procedure

Violation of any of the rules or regulations of the Salomon Xtrail Iloilo is an extremely serious matter. Accordingly, alleging violation of a rule by another runner is very serious. Protests must be submitted by a registered entrant and must be lodged using the following procedure:

  1. Report the alleged violation to the runner, his crew or his pacer as the incident occurs. Enlist a fellow witness to the alleged violation if possible.
  2. Report the alleged violation with the runner’s name and number to the next available aid station captain.
  3. Report the alleged violation in writing at the finish line to the Race Director. All protests must be submitted by 12p.m. on Sunday and with a protest fee of Php1000. Written protest must include the name of the person who lodged the complaint.
  4. Both parties will be invited to discuss the complaint with the Salomon Xtrail Iloilo Core Committee at noon on Sunday, when a decision about whether to withhold the alleged violator’s award will be rendered.
  5. A final resolution of the issue may be made by the full Salomon Xtrail Iloilo Core Committee will be rendered immediately after the discussion and meeting of the Committee.
  6. VOLUNTEERS

Approximately 50 or more dedicated volunteers help out at each Salomon Xtrail Iloilo. They are truly the life-blood of the Run and will do everything possible to make your day a success. Many spend more hours out on the trail than do the runners themselves. Please be polite and make a point to thank them. Without the volunteers, there would be no Salomon Xtrail Iloilo. Salomon Xtrail Iloilo accepts volunteers and open to running teams/groups and individuals. For the team or group, we accept a minimum of 3 volunteers per group.

  • LOCATION (UPV Miag-ao Campus Covered Court, Miag-ao, Iloilo)

UPV Miag-ao Campus is a 40-minute drive south of Iloilo in the island of Panay in the Visayas region of the Philippines. The whole UPV MIag-ao Campus consists of hectares of forested private land and was declared a bird conservatory for migratory birds and all endemic species found therein. Municipality of Miag-ao’s is a tourism destination south of Iloilo with the St Thomas of Aquinas church as a declared World UNESCO Heritage Church and also boasts some outdoor tourism destinations which include Tinagong Dagat, a lake nestled above 800meters above sea level and Miag-ao Rice Terraces. The42km route will pass thru these tourist destinations.

For foreign nationals who are flying in to the Philippines, your entry point in Manila is thru Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) and from there you may take a flight to Iloilo International Airport.

How To Get There

Travel time to Miagao is approximately one hour from Iloilo City by Bus or Jeepney. You will easily recognize the town by its famous Miagao Church which is partly visible as you approach from around 1 kilometer away as it sits atop the hill which is the town center. Further along the highway after you’ve passed by the church and a downhill road, at approximately 500 meters away from the church, is the entrance to the UPV Miagao Campus. This is on the right side of the highway.

OPTIONS

  • A free Bus ride will be provided for runners from Iloilo City. Each participant will be provided with a bus ticket attached to their bib. No ticket no ride. Pick up will be at UPV Iloilo Campus. (time of pick up will be announce later). The same bus will ferry the participants from Miagao back to Iloilo after the race.
  • Take a jeepney or a taxi to Iloilo Supermarket and look for the Jeepney terminal to Miagao. the Miagao Jeepney will directly drop you to the event venue (just tell the driver or conductor you are headed to UPV Covered Court. Regular fare is 50 pesos. No extra charge for the drop off.
  • Take a jeep or taxi to Molo Bus terminal. Ride a southbound Bus to Antique and inform the conductor you are headed to UPV Miagao. Regular fare is 44 pesos. Alight in Miag-ao church and ride a tricycle asking the driver to drop you off at the UPV Covered court.
  • BUSES

Free bus ride to the first 200 registered runners who register and book their seats at Salomon Iloilo or Salomon Bacolod. These buses will transport runners from UP Iloilo to the Start line at UP Miag-ao. Buses will leave from UP Iloilo at 2am and 3am on race day. Same Buses will also leave from race site to Iloilo City at 2pm and 3pm.

  • ACCOMODATION

Runners may book UPV Dorm and Dormtelles for overnight stay at a reasonable fee. These dorms come with complete facilities which are only walking distance near the Start/Finish Line area.

Contact Person: Lyncen Maranon-Fernandez

Email: [email protected] and [email protected]

Contact no.: 09998802880

  • THE TEAM

Race Director – Atty. Aldean Philip Lim

Course Directors – Che Dipamaylo and Franco Carlo Monteclaro

Secretariat –Patrick Borro & Tetet Gicaro

Logistics –Joemil Tronco and Francis Torreblanca

Marketing and Coordination – Patrick John Borro and Emmanuel Leo Lim

UPV Miag-ao Resource Person & Coordinator – Lyncen Marañon-Fernandez

Route Directors

  1. Che Depamaylo & John Brilliantes (32km)
  2. Franco Carlo Montenclaro (17km)
  3. Cyrus Depamaylo (8km)
  4. Jom, Tetet and Pat (Kiddie Run)