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TNF 100 to give P190K cash prizes and tokens to winners
Harley Palangchao
Sports, 4-13-2014


This year’s edition of The North Face 100 is all set with runners from Baguio and Benguet primed to test their mettle against foreign participants.

The TNF 100 Baguio-Benguet series set on May 3 and 4 with Camp John Hay as start and finish line will be handing over close to P190,000  cash prizes aside from gift checks and products to podium finishers in 100K solo, 50K solo, 22K male, and 22K female.

Medals and trophies will also be handed out to the top three winners in each division, according to the TNF 100 organizers.

The top three finishers in the 100K in the male and female categories will receive P30,000 and P10,000 worth of GC for the first placers; P15,000 and P5,000 worth of GC for second placers; and P10,000 and P5,000 worth of GC for third placers.

Cash prizes and GCs will also be given to winners in 50K solo male and female categories and to 22K female and male.

On this year’s edition, there will be fourth and fifth placers in the 22K female and male categories.

The cut-off time for 100K is 3 a.m. of May 3 and 4 a.m. for 50K, also on the same date.

Last year’s surprise winner, Arnold Luzano, is expected to defend his 100K title while the names of Julius Bay-an, Joel Bengtay and Marcelo Bautista are being floated to be participating in the elite division.

Luzano finished last year’s race with a time of 18 hours, seven minutes and 40 seconds. In 2012, he placed 5th overall in the same category.

The TNF 100 has been drawing thousands of Filipino and foreign participants since first it was held in Baguio in 2010 with Baguio runners dominating the elite category.



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