GLOBE TATTOO TIGER RACE 2010
Burnham Park, Baguio City
June 13, 2010 at 6:00am
3K / 10K / 21K
Race in Pictures
I arrived 5 minutes before the gun start of the 10K because I thought the race would start at Camp John Hay. Anyway, I’m just in time, luckily, I saw Team Logan in no time at Burnham Park.
This is my first time to race in Baguio City and my come back race after the painful left knee injury 2weeks ago.
Justin (a 9-year old with cerebral palsy) is sitting comfortably on his stroller with his parents, Craig and Michelle Logan. They call themselves TEAM LOGAN.
Some runners gettin’ ready to conquer the hills (START/FINISH line).
After some 500 meters. Craig looking good. I enjoyed the Praise & Worship songs playing from Craig’s iPod, what a nice way to start the day. It brought me closer to God.
An opportunity to push Justin. Thanks Michelle for the quick picture.
Team Logan approaching KM3, looking good. Justin is sleeping.
Runners who overtook us.
The route was out and back: Flat on the first 2K, then 4.5K downhill then 4.5K uphill then 2K flat.
What a nice view, love the climate and the challenging route.
Team Logan loves this moment, KM6, the long downhill.
Others are going back already, this is 1.5K before the turn around.
I was able to take our photos in action. Justin on the ride of his life!
Team PNP with their shouts and “HUHHH! HUHHHH!” Can you recognize female runners among them?
This is were everyone wears out. One of the uphills. I think there are around 4 uphills we went through. PUSH! PUSH! PUSH HARDER!
Michelle managing the traffic on the front, Craig drives Justin while I watch their back.
TEAMWORK = DREAMWORK
In front of Camp John Hay, still looking good. The sun has risen, the cold air makes it difficult to breath and the smell of pine tree made the run refreshing and invigorating.
The PNP ladies wait for their comrades, about 2.5K near the finish line.
Almost there! Almost there!
Passersby, Commuters and spectators always give cheer and encouraging words when we pass by them.
So we had a strong sprint finish with all the cameras ‘clicking’ ‘clicking’
I hope that would be published some where else, online or on local newspapers.
At the finish line.
Unofficial time: 1:25 for 13K (6:32/Km). That was fast run with a stroller.
Justin is relaxed and SMILING! He enjoys the outdoors very much. Miss you buddy, lets run again sometime (~hugs~).
What a team, DEDICATION, PATIENCE, PERSEVERANCE, FUN, UNITY, PASSION, LOVE and FAITH.
After the awarding of running event, there is a 30K bike race (roadies and MTB).
Justin is an instant inspiration to everyone.
The organizer, “Ma’am Che”
Some runners posing on the backdrop. Independence Day Tiger Race
Michelle with a Boston marathoner, age 68 after her 21K run.
That’s me (journeyingjames), race bib # 2196
Top 5 Winners of the Kiddie 3K run (First place did it 12:00). He trains with his father regularly at the Teachers’ Camp Track Oval.
10K female division winners, top 5
10K male division winners, top 5
Oldest female runner
Oldest male runner
The honorable lady counselor with some announcements and awarding the 21K podium finishers.
21K female division winners, top 5
21K male division winners, top 5