1st Greenhills Village Run – May 22, 2011

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The first Greenhills Village Run fires off from the Northeast Greenhills La Salle Street in San Juan City on May 22, 2011. With a limited slot of 1000 runners, the run will pass North Greenhills and West Greenhills with a nique lateral run on Ortigas Ave. crossover.

1st Greenhills Village Run
May 22, 2011
Northeast Greenhills La Salle Street
3K / 5K / 10K

Registration Fee is PHP 400.00 (inclusive of dri-fit singlet, timing chip by MyLaps, Bib)

Registration Venue: (Administration Offices)
– Northeast Greenhills on La Salle Street
– North Greenhills on Johnson Street
– West Greenhills on Roosevelt Street.

Registration hour is 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday to Fridays and 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 noon on Saturdays. Registration starts April 26 until May 18. Other registration centers will open as they become available.

Support us by joining our Events

The run is supported by Alexis Jewelry, Watches and Watch repair, A & S Lamps Home Interiors and FIAM, the energy saving bulbs.

For inquiries please call tel. nos. 727 6166 or 727 9987.

Source: Rudy Biscocho via Email


  1. wow! with timing chip c/o MyLaps even if this is a smalll group fun run! wohooo! sayang sumabay sa mga biggies like Brooks and Greentenial.

    but im sure a lot of peeps who prefer a nearer venue will join this within a village run event! have fun peeps!

  2. Sumobra nga namang dami ng race sa May 22. Medyo sana binalanse nga naman sa ibang dates na wala masyadong nakaschedule.

  3. @Reydor. Ganda sana yan brod. Pero tingin ko itong Greenhills Run tatakbuhan ko kasama kasi si Misis, 5K lang. Pag-21k ang tinatakbuhan ko, ako lang mag-isa. Naiinip kasi yung isa na maghintay. Isa pa, malapit lang sa amin itong Greenhills. Dagdagan ko pa, kakaiba naman ang venue. Ang mga tinatakbuhan ko ngayon may tatlong characteristics: 1) Reasonable ang price 2) Iba naman ang venue (sawa na BGC, Mckinley, MOA at Roxas Blvd) at 3) Maganda at makatotohanan ang cause/advocacy. Kahit dalawa lang sa tatlo ang ma-meet ok na sa akin.

  4. wow ang saya, it’s just in our place! i’ve wondered nga bakit walang San Juan/Greenhills race sa dami na ng runs! I hope I can entice my whole family (including my parents!) to join! yihee excited :)

  5. this turned out to be a good run! it was a small and simple affair but it was well organized. there were ample water stations, with one station at about a kilometer or so. they had a lot of signs along the routes so no one would get lost. the signs weren’t big but they clearly stated which runners should go where. on top of that, there were a lot of marshalls and security/traffic guards along the route to usher you to the correct direction and to keep cars at bay. it made the routes, particularly the parts that were outside the villages, all the more safe. ambulances were also trailing the runners instead of just being parked in one area as with most runs.

    the best part i think is the camaraderie and support that amongst the participants. people don’t really know each other but everyone would cheer when someone is near and crosses the finish line.

    kudos also to the emcee who i believe was part of the village association. he was about 60 years old (or more?) but seriously, he was funnier and more entertaining than most run emcees.

    on the downside, there weren’t a lot of freebies and the post-run area is small but i doubt the participants minded much. also, the singlets sizes were huge(!) the small was equal to about a large runrio singlet so i wasn’t able to wear mine. they also didn’t provide any warm-up or anything. it was up to each runner to prepare for the run.

    overall, it was still a good run for price.


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