Ateneo One, Two, Tree, RUN! – February 19, 2012


A running event open for all ages and both experienced and beginners. Proceeds of the event will go to the tree planting funds established by the Organization.

One, Two, Tree, RUN!!!
February 12, 2012 @ 5AM moved to: February 19, 2012
Ateneo de Manila Campus
Organizer: Ateneo Environmental Science Society

Registration Fees:
2K – P300 for all registrants
5K – P400 (P50 off for Ateneo Students and Staffs)
10K -P450 (P50 off for Ateneo Students and Staffs)

Includes singlet and certificate of Participation.

Registration Venues:
Ateneo de Manila Campus: Social Science Building Foyer


Online registration -> Click Here

One, Two, Trees Run – Singlet Design:


Contact Details:
0917-868-2603 (Jun Fukuro)
[email protected]


  1. Support this! It’s great that our blue ‘rivals’ (there isn’t really anything to fight about, except basketball) are on the sustainable and pro-green cause this early in the year!

    Will definitely run and represent the Dream Green team if time permits!

  2. To Runner, Ronald and Pgood2, we truly regret that we couldn’t offer you the finisher medal/shirt… Still, thank you very much for your opinion! We’ll be honoring your opinion for our future events :)

  3. Yehey another Ateneo run! I hope you guys will also buy seedlings of endangered trees like Gemelina and critically endangered Apitong.

  4. i also support the run this coming feb 12, can i still have discount for my two daughter in the 2km run.. ateneo staff of Grade School Dep’t, also my wife will give you a discount.. pls need a quick responds.. god bless.. more power to the fun run…

  5. To JP: Thank you very much for your opinion! As much as possible, we plan to plant seedlings that would be most needed for our nature :) We would be glad to know more about your thoughts on it!

    To Ronald: Yes, relatives will also be entitled to the discount :)

  6. To everyone concerned;

    Due to unforseen conflict, One Two Tree Run will be moved to FEB. 19, Sunday.

    For participants who registered but won’t be able it on the date, and wishes a refund, kindly send

    1.) Your name
    2.) Explanation of withdrawal
    3.) Payment method and amount
    4.) Refund method

    to [email protected].

    For those who still can join, you can register through:

    1.) Online up to Feb 17:

    2.) Ateneo registration from Feb 8-10 @ Social Science Building Foyer

    and pay through Metrobank or BDO, (Acct #7270012048 Jun L. Fukuro)

    Walk-ins on the day of the event are allowed, but the singlet will be provided until supplies lasts.

    We are truly sorry for the inconvenience and thank you for your understanding.

    -One Two Tree Run Committee

  7. Hi, hope you can let us know the race route for the 10k?Is it going to be inside the campus? Please confirm if i can deposit payment to the BDO? thanks!

  8. I just got a text from the organizer. They said there will be on-site registrations but the singlets won’t be guaranteed and the regular registrations will be until feb 17 at Matteo first floor.

  9. The hydration for 10k was not sufficient sana there are 2 hydration stations for 10k route and sana may water station but sure enough we enjoyed the run! Hope to see pictures of the event soon!

  10. the worst fun run ive joined. haha.

    sir jun fukuro advised me through sms na if we registered online, we will be assured of a singlet on the race day. maaga na kami nakarating dun, naubusan pa kami. to think that hindi naman ganun kadami ang mga runners.

    wala akong nakitang kahit isang portion ng program nyo na organized. i appreciate ung energy ng mga nagchi-cheer sa mga runners, pero it is still not enough.

    natatawa na lang ako when i think of this run. sana sa iba na lang ako sumali.

  11. To the last commenter, first of all give the organizers a break. They are college students that made a worthy and somewhat successful attempt at doing one of these things where bigger companies have failed to deliver the goods given the skyrocketing prices of these runs

    Some notable examples for you:

    1. Nike We Run Manila USB finisher item – arrived close to 3 months after the run itself. People were ready to boycott anything and everything Nike for this and this does not count the rather horrible reviews on their baggage claim counter.

    2. National Geographic Run 2011 – due to the sheer number of people that joined this they handed out the 3 and 5k jerseys to those that were running the 10 and 21k. I would not mind this except that I paid more in the 10k and will expect more.

    3. Energizer Night Race – I registered online to find out that I made a trip to a site that did not have the singlet in my size. You would think that these things would be more organized instead of telling people to go out of their way, and lose time, to places where they can get a singlet in the right size

    Read the other runs and there will always be people that will find something to say about how bad things were set-up. I did not get a singlet either but ask yourself this, how often will you wear it? You into collecting from each race? I would rather have a picture or something to that effect.

    Laugh all you want about how lousy this was. I give credit to these students as they learned something valuable in terms of how to organize and hopefully do better. The mere fact people showed up despite the small number was an achievement in itself.

  12. I agree with JVV!

    Kasi if you are really a runner this is really not the type of event na kailangan mong salihan.

    Pero kung paniniwalaan mo yung mga advocacies ng mga organizers at alam mong may patutunguhan syempre sa sarili mo nakatulong ka.Dun pa lang masaya ka na din dapat.

    Kudos sa mga organizers!

  13. i didnt say anything about not being happy about the advocacy…. kaya nga sumali ako, because there was a cause for this run. if people paid to support the event and the cause, sana naman the organizers should have thought how they can give something back to please these people.

    if sanang naging honest sakin si sir jun, sana hindi na ko nagexpect na may singlet ako pagdating dun. so i could have prepared an extra shirt na gagamitin after nung run.

    i was expecting na with someone from this school, i was hoping na they have everything thought of. yung pagbibigay pa lang ng certificates, magulo. i didnt even know kung saan ung starting line, kasi ung “starting point” na poster nila isang coupon bond lang na nasa sulok. ok lang if they cannot afford to set up ung malaking “start line” na banner, pero sana they would have thought of another (effective) way to let the runners know kung saan ung line. kasi hindi naman lahat galing sa school na yun para alam ang pasikot sikot sa campus.

    sa sidewalk na nga lang tumatakbo ung mga runners eh, kasi hindi controlled ung traffic, hindi nasabihan ang mga drivers na may ongoing fun run, wlang nagbabantay mashado sa race route. what if there were 2000 people who signed up? pano na lang un.

  14. i couldnt agree more with Anonymous. well said po sir/maam.
    to Drei, what do you mean po when you said “if you really are a runner you wouldnt join this type of event”? I have joined other smaller funruns and they were organized. it all boils down to the organizer not the runner po.
    as Anonymous said, sana naging honest lang si mr. jun, i wouldnt have expected from them..anyway, i hope this race will help the ateneo environmental science society do a better job next time.


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