Athletics Magazine

7-Eleven Run 1000

By Barefootdaves
7-Eleven Run 1000 After Run 800 last January 2013, 7-Eleven now celebrates the opening of its 1000th store with RUN 1000 on January 19, 2014 along the CAVITEX, more known as the Coastal Road, with assembly at the Aseana City in Parañaque
Runners joining the 10k,16k or 21k half-marathon will enjoy this course set along the coastal road - CAVITEX, wherein some of its lanes will be closed just for this race. Those joining in the 3k and 5k categories can look forward to an organized race course along Macapagal Ave
Proceeds of the race will be dedicated to the rebuild and rehabilitation of areas affected by supertyphoon Yolanda (Haiyan). 7-Eleven recognizes that our brothers and sisters’ needs do not end in relief; and so we have decided to make Run 1000 another way to help our brothers and sisters rise up and start again
Registration Fee
21km - PHP800
16km - PHP700
10km - PHP600
5km - PHP500
3km - PHP400
Race Tee
7-Eleven Run 1000
Finishers Medal (all finishers will get a medal)
7-Eleven Run 1000
Finishers Tee
7-Eleven Run 1000
Assembly Time and Gun Start
21km - 400AM - 430AM
16km - 430AM - 500AM
10km - 500AM - 530AM (wave 1)
10km - 510AM - 540AM (wave 2)
5km - 530AM - 600AM
3km - 630AM - 700AM
Race Map / Race Route
7-Eleven Run 1000
There are 2 paid parking areas along Bradco, the main entrance road of Aseana. One is near DFA, across from SnR. The other paid parking lot is along Bradco going toward the race grounds. Cars won't be allowed beyond the barricades after the said parking lot, but in case it's full, you will be able to make a u-turn
7-Eleven Run 1000

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