FaRT 4 fires off April 13

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Monday, April 7, 2014

RUNNERS from the region and the rest of the country will test their endurance and strength as the fourth edition of the Fasters Recorded Time Series fires off April 13.

Dubbed as “Spider Trail Run”, the 21-kilometer uphill and downhill race will challenge runners with its route via Karadap and Tublak trails starting at Kennon Road View Deck in Camp 6 and ending at Mt. Cabuyao Relay Station in Tuba, Benguet.

Registration fee for the running event is P550 which includes event shirt, race bib, light snack and drinks, shuttle service to Suello Petron after the race and a front RUNNER magazine.


Registration started April 1 and will close on April 12 as organizers will strictly implement the no on-site registration rule.

Organizers also require a self-support marked course and participants should bring at least 1.5 liters of drinking water. Participants without hydration gears will not be allowed to race and no refunds will be given.

Registration venue will be at Laperal Building c/o Che Albert or may register online by depositing the registration fee to BPI account number 2379-0362-09 under Constante Mendoza Jr., and email deposit slip to frontrunnermag@gmail.com including name and shirt size.

Interested individuals may call or text (0917)803-0664 or (0999)998-7654 for more details.

FaRT is a four-part running series which started in December including Tough Ten Trail Run (10K), 3rd Radar Run (8K), and 2nd Run to the Clouds (50K). (Mark Victor Pasagoy)

Published in the Sun.Star Baguio newspaper on April 07, 2014.


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