Legion Run Philippines

ANNOUNCEMENT FROM LEGION RUN PHILIPPINES

January 19, 2017 (6:33 PM):

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A fun and extremely challenging run is coming here in Philippines on March 2017 dubbed as Legion Run.  It is an international event that had been on different countries around the globe for the past few years.  A totally new outdoor experience for people who love adventure, challenges and the outdoors.   Legion run is more than just a running event.  It is a 5-km team-oriented run that offers once-in-a-lifetime experience to people of all levels of physical fitness and ability.

Legion Run Philippine debut is set on March 4, 2017 at the Greenfield City in Laguna.  There will be elements of mud, fire, ice and barbed wire all throughout the obstacle course.

Legion Run is not a competition but a mental challenge.  It is a a test of your physical, mental and social skills both as an individual and as a team member.

Excited already?… Here are the details:

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Registration Details:

Online Registration:  November 15, 2016 to February 24, 2017

buy tickets here:

Prepaid Selling Venues:

Gold’s Gym

  • Munoz Waltermart
  • Katipunan
  • Galleria
  • BGC
  • Glorietta 4

Registration Price:

Early Bird

  • November 15, 2016 to December 15, 2016
  • Php 1,500
  • Online

Regular Rate

  • December 16, 2016 to February 24, 2017
  • Php 2,000
  • Online and prepaid cards thru registration partner

Event Day Rate

  • March 4, 2017
  • Php 2,500
  • Registration tent

Who are the qualified participants?

  • Ages 21 and above in healthy condition.  Participants age 16 to 18 will be allowed provided that they are joined by their registered parents or guardians.

Do I need a team to participate?

It would be great it you came along with your own group, but for as long as you are willing to help yourself and others, you can participate.

If you don’t have a team though, it’s okay.  You will find that you will not be bored at the event, not event for a minute.  The obstacles are designed in such a way that each and every participant will be a part of one massive team with one goal.

You will run side-by-side with hundreds of other participants and will most definitely make some spontaneous friendships along the course.

Share your strengths and do not leave anyone behind!

How do I create a team?

All you need to do is pay for the first ticket.  During the signup process you will be asked to set up the team, generate a secret code.  People you  invite to the team may then join to your team by entering the secret team code.  Team members will pay their own ticket individually but benefit the team discount.  No specific number of team members per group.

What do I receive after I register?

You will receive a confirmation mail immediately after registration online.  This will include your ticket as well as a waiver form.  Kindly print it, read the attached waiver carefully and then sign it.

If you have not yet received a confirmation email, check your spam folder first.  If you still can’t find the confirmation  mail. notify us at philippines@legionrun.com and we’ll fix things up for you.

Can I transfer my ticket to someone else?

Yes.  Changes are possible up to 2 weeks before the event date.  Change fees may apply.

Can I get a refund?

Refunds will only be done in cases where legion run itself cancels the event.  Under no other circumstances will a refund be allowed.

On event day, when should I arrive?

We recommend you arrive an hour before the wave you want to participate.  The wave will be every 20 minutes with 175 people in each wave.  GUN STARTS at 8:00 am.  Kit claiming and check in is open starting 6am.

Keep in mine that if you come late, you may not be able to join you team’s wave and will have to run in the next available wave.

What do I need to bring in order to check in?

Bring a valid government ID plus your printed and signed ticket.

What should I wear?

  • Half-finger training (grip) gloves
  • Long tights/compression pants
  • Knee high socks
  • Sports shoes

During the run, DO NOT wear anything that you would not want it to be covered with mud all over.  Wear clothes you won’t be worried about.  Wearing costumes is allowed as long as you will be comfortable wearing them along the muddy obstacle course.

How long does it take to run the course?

Finish time depends on you and your team on whether you are competitive by nature or you are doing the course just for the fun of it.

The average finish time is an hour and a half.

Am I allowed to skip obstacles?

Of course!  This is not a competition, so there are no penalties for bypassing.

The idea is to challenge one’s self and have fun, not to  be terrified and get injured to the point of not having fun anymore!

Will there be food and drinks on site?

Along the course, there will be several stations with free water and sports drink for all the participants.

There will also be food and drink vendors on site offering something for everyone, so please don’t bring food and drinks with you.

Will there be any medical help?

Yes.  Several firs aid teams will  be positioned along the course, ready to assist immediately if medical help is needed.

Will there be any after-party?

Why after?!  The whole event itself is a priceless party – there will be food, drinks, music and some happy muddy creatures wandering around.

Will there be parking available at the event?

The location map and GPS coordinates are listed on the event page.  Parking is at Paseo de Sta. Rosa.  Minimal fee applies.

Will there be showers and portalet?

Yes  but do not expect a five-star facilities though.  You’ll be able to hose down mud and sweat at the end of the course.  We kindly ask all participants to use the shower facilities wisely in order to avoid unnecessary queues.

Are spectators be allowed?

Yes.  The more the merrier!  The fun is definitely worth it!  They will be also be able to choose their own activities from the host of the event partners on the day for FREE!

Are spectators allowed to walk along the course and take pictures or videos?

Yes.  They are allowed to follow the participants at some of the course and take pictures.  But please note that spectators must not get in the way of participants, attempt or complete obstacles.

Can minors and kids come as spectators?

Yes.  There will be plenty of activities for them too but we recommend you make sure there is someone attending their needs while you are at the course.

Can I bring my dog?

Only K-9 and guide dogs will be allowed at the event.

Exciting right?

So what are you waiting for?… TARALETS GUYS!!!

During the media launch

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photo credit to my blogger friends and Ignite Philippines

For more details, follow them at:

https://www.facebook.com/legionrun

https://www.instagram.com/LegionRunPH/

https://www.facebook.com/ignitephilippinesinc/

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