Athletics Magazine

Rip The Road

By Barefootdaves
Rip The Road
Rip the Road is an annual series of five competitive 10K races with a championship race at the end of each season. In each leg, the top 3 over-all male and female winners will be awarded, as well as the champion and runner-up in five age groups. Only the top 1,000 runners will qualify for the championship race (free entry)
Runners must finish at least 2 legs to qualify for the championship race. Qualifying time is the average of a runner's 2 fastest finish times. Winners and the top 250 finishers of the championship race will be invited to the Night of Champions awards dinner (free entry)
Why Join?
* New concept - 10k race series with 5 qualifying legs and a championship
* Unique race route - start/finish Glorietta 3 Park; race route in the heart of Makati Central Business District (pls see attached race route). Same route every race to eliminate the biggest variable---the route.
* Limited field (to give runners more room to vroom!) - 2,000 slots only in first race
* Big prizes in each leg and championship
* Age-group competition
* It is a unique and innovative race concept that has everything that advanced and competitive runners seek
Race Dates
Rip the Road 1 - November 25, 2012
Rip the Road 2 - January 13, 2013
Rip the Road 3 - February 17, 2013
Rip the Road 4 - March 17, 2013
Rip the Road 5 - April 14, 2013
Rip the Road Championship - May 12, 2013
Registration Fee
PHP650 - 10km
Note: a one-time purchase of a reausable timing tag for PHP150 is required
Registration Site
Planet Sports Glorietta 3
Planet Sports Trinoma
Planet Sports Alabang Town Center
Note: Register first at to get your Ripper's ID
Start/Finish & Activity Area
Glorietta 3 Park, Ayala Center, Makati
Assembly Time and Gun Start
10km - 5:00AM - 5:45AM
Race Map
Rip The Road
Finisher Entitlement
Limited special-edition finisher's technical shirt
Winner's Trophy
Rip The Road

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