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PSE Bull Run 2013 – Results Discussion and Photo Links

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PSE Bull Run 2013 race results and photos

Congratulations to everyone that participated at this years’ PSE Bull Run 2013 at Bonifacio Global City! Time to share your feedback and experiences about this event here! Photo Links will be updated once they are released!

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PSE Bull Run 2013
January 13, 2013
Bonifacio Global City

Race Results:
PSE Bull Run 2013 – Race Results
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Photo Links:
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115 comments on “PSE Bull Run 2013 – Results Discussion and Photo Links

  1. I wasn’t able to run Bullrun this year and just learned about Mr. Defeo yesterday (I didn’t know him pero pag me mamamatay sa running community you can’t help but feel sadden)

    I doubt blaming lack of bananas as reason for the death (potassium can be acquired through power hydration) even plausible. If the heart was ill in the first place nothing you can eat can stop you from cardiac arrest. When it comes to heart ailments you have to understand it’s ‘conditioning’ the heart, if he had an existing heart ailment the only way you can prevent the heart from failing is through maintenance and proper diet, so when he entered the race his heart wasn’t up to it already. It only takes a brief shift in your daily routine and diet to cause an ailing heart to fail. For example the stress of the holidays could have triggered this problem, lack of sleep, poor and high caloric diet, and lack of regular exercise (Not saying this is the cause, but these contribute to the status of your heart.)

    Me heart ailment din kasi ako (apart from my asthma), and I know these things are high factors in keeping the heart in condition ‘before’ a long distance run. Umabuso lang ako ng mga ilang araw and I’ll suffer the consequence on the road (palpitation, hyperventilation, dizziness, and fatigue.) It’s a risk you take when you register for runs.

    So I believe no one is to blame here, pero maganda yung idea to have a doctor during race events, kahit isa lang. Pero it’s the responsibility of runners (all of us) to get a thorough check up before our races, mas lalo na pagkatapos ng holiday seasons. Hindi rason porke runner tayo ibig sabihin gawa tayo sa bato, magkano lang ba pa-check sa doctor pareho lang ng reg fee.

    Mr. Defeo ran a good race, and I feel (like any of us) dieing on the road trying to get to the finish is a peaceful way of dying. You died doing what you love and with the people you call friends and family.

    So I hope there won’t be any finger pointing anymore, or taking blame.

    Again, bihira lang mag ‘fail’ ang perfectly healthy heart… it’s very rare. Besides Mr. Defeo was no amateur so I’m pretty sure he knew what he was doing during the run, talagang oras na nya.

  2. My condolences. Hindi ko man sya personally kilala, malaki na ang naitulong ng team scr sa akin sa mga impromptu aid stations nila. Salamat sa inyo.

    While bull run is one of my favorite races, I was not able to join as I am not mentally prepared for it.

    Hopefully we learn from this incident so as to prevent it from happening again

    1. Potassium shortage does not happen in an hour. Talagang short na sya simula pa lang. No amount of bananas could help at that time.

    2. Regular checkups. Importante ito talaga. Kailangan may clearance ni doc. Dahil sa nagawa na dati at wala namang masamang nangyari, hindi ibig sabihin noon ay walang problema. People start dying 10k onwards. Hindi biro ang stress ng takbo dahil long duration. Hindi ito badminton na pwedeng magpahinga anytime.

    3. Listen to your body. Ano ba talaga? No guts no glory, no pain no gain? Contradicting ah. Sa akin, mas approriate ang run another day. This could mean a DNF or DNS kung hindi talaga kaya. Marami na akong nasayang na racekit dahil alam ko hindi ako ready sa race. I have a 6 year old daughter, and I still plan to walk her down the aisle someday.

    4. Very important but few know the legal implications. Transferred bib does not give you the full rights of the registered runner. For short, bandit. Alam naman natin na walang rights ang bandit runner. Maraming issues para sa ICE, tapos mahihirapan pa ang resonders dahil iba ang registered name. Paano pa kung naka administer ng gamot na nagtrigger ng allergic reaction pero hindi listed dahil nakapangalan sa iba? Importante talaga na may id, bracelet or kahit iwan na lang sa bag sa baggage counter.

    5. This could happen anytime, anywhere. Actually mas mataas ang chance mag survive kung nasa race dahil may access sa medics / ambulance. It would be much worse if this was only a training run. Unfortunately, there was nothing that could be done that fateful morning.

    A sad way to start the year for the whole community.

  3. ayun oh ang pagbabalik ni brader mark :-)

    saan ka ba bro nagtatambay, tagal mong nawala ah? pati sa national milo marathon hindi kita nakita si mrs mo lang :-)

  4. @Tere
    miss u “beautere”,what’s next run?

    @Mark-Runner_ph
    miss u 2 “TRAINER”,what’s up?Last chat at New Balance Power Run 2012

    God bless us all runners! Remember run safe and avoid injury!
    P.S. LOVE YOU ALL RUNNERS!

  5. @Abaca

    Condura! Condura! hehe 21k lang pero pag condura kahit 21k ka lang sulit ka na kasi sobra saya (sobra rin hirap) tumakbo sa skyway! Excited na ako! =) yahoo!

  6. @Tere
    Ah ok, HM me Wave C Sky way. If ever i see you this time. I will remove your earset so you can hear me “HI BEAUTERE” hehehe

    God bless us all runners! Run safe and no injury!
    P.S. LOVE YOU ALL RUNNERS!

  7. @limited comment 106

    kamusta na ? Hindi ako nakatakbo nung finals, well sabihin na lang natin walang will power.

    Trying to go back to running in preparation for Milo elims. Sana kayanin.

    @abaca 108

    trobol ngayon pre, heheheh hindi ko talaga maihakbang ang paa. Hopefully I regain enough confidence to run again.

    Ingat kayo mga pare

  8. @mark – ayos lang ako bro… kahit na sabihing walang practice gaano eh hindi na siguro mawawala sa akin ang excitement everytime na susuotin ko ang running shoes ko at nandyan pa rin ang pananabik na sana mag sunday na para sa aking regular once a week run… kaya mo yan bro normal lang yan… hopefully makasali rin ako for milo marathon qualifying… most probably ito ang unang event ko for 2013… ngayon pa lang excited na ako duon bagama’t july pa :-)

    kaya mo yan bro… sabay ka lang lagi kay mrs mo…regards…

  9. @mark-runner_ph
    ok, take care! Milo ads “Kaya mo iyan trainer”. About me? Eto still following your tips at advise mo, lesson na naman sa104 tnx! book again. See you soon “TRAINER”

    God bless us all runners!Remember run safe and avoid injury!
    P.S. LOVE YOU ALL RUNNERS!

  10. over all the race was ok.. medyo nasanay lng cguro ako sa ibang organizers kaya medyo na feel ko.. na kulang ung portalets.. ung baggage counter medyo limited din ung tao.. ung time sana na iwawarm up namin nauwi lng sa pila.. the space was a bit crowded kasi sa daanan lng.. maybe because it a run for the economy kaya medyo limited ung ibang aspects ng race like hydration.. which for me was really kulang.. but still enjoy pa rin.. kasi ito ung race na marami akong pictures.. hahaha..

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