Sungay 50K Challenge Ultramarathon – July 13, 2014



Organized by Prince Multi Sports Events,Inc. the group that staged the highly successful Cavinti Adventure Road & Trail Marathon and the Luneta to Tagaytay – LU2TA 60KM Midnight Ultramarathon, Taal Volcano 360 Challenge. The SUNGAY Challenge Ultramarathon will have just one category distance of 50km which will pass through Tanauan Road,Talisay-Banga Road, Sungay Talisay-Tagaytay-Ligaya Drive & Tagaytay City Finishline.

Sungay 50K Challenge Ultramarathon
July 13, 2014 @ 12AM
Plaza, Tanauan city, Batangas
Organizer: Prince Multi Sports Events, Inc.

Registration Fees:
Early bird registration fee: Php 1,500 (May 15-June 30,2014)
Regular rate registration fee: Php 1,700 (July 1-12, 2014)

– Finishers will receive a Trophy, Medal, Finisher’s shirt & Food
– You can still avail of the 10+1 Promo for Groups who wish to register.
– Hydration Stations at km10,km20 & after 30km every 5km & Buko Station at KM40

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You can send or deposit your registration fee to:
BDO Account # 2150208722
Account Name: Prince Multi Sports Events, Inc.
OR BPI Account # 4179363017
Account name: Juden Thaddy Baltazar
Race Director: Joseph Prince Baltazar
Contact no.: 09172066110/ 09237358077

Please send your Deposit slip with Finisher shirt size for confirmation-Email add: [email protected]

Assembly time: 12:00 Midnight
GunStart: 2:00am with cut-off time at 10 hours.
Route: Tanauan Road-Talisay-Banga Via LIGAYA Drive Road-Tagaytay City

START: Plaza, Tanauan city, Batangas
FINISH: Track & Field Oval Sports Center,Tagaytay City

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Contact Details:
Joseph Prince Baltazar
Prince MultiSports Events.Inc
President/Race Director
Mobile: 0917-2066110/ 0923-7588077

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  1. Did this solo years ago and back. Way harder tanauan to tagaytay because its uphill. Good luck and stay safe brothers on the road


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