We are pleased to announce that the Fourth edition of the Cardimax – Clark Ultramarathon, a premier ultra-marathon event in the Philippines, is set to take off between 8th and 9th September, 2018 at the Clark Freeport Zone. The event consists of 100 Kilometer Championship and 50 Kilometer Challenge categories. It also includes4-Men and 2-Men Relays for the 100K and 50K, respectively. A Half Marathon Sundown Race will be introduced this year. Registration is at RaceYaya.com.
Cardimax – Clark Ultra-marathon is an event powered by RaceYaya. 10% of your registration fees are donated to the Athlete Support Fund, a project since 2016 that has supported athletes Manolito Divina, Sandi Menchi Abahan and Wilnar Iglesia and other athletes in their competitions in local and international races that has brought pride to our country.
The race provides an extraordinary race experience on the roads of Clark Freeport Zone, a tough but memorable race. Runners of various degrees of speed and ability are expected to gather in this journey to go longer, go faster, and go together.
Go Longer. It is an ideal race for the aspiring and relatively new ultra-marathoners to go beyond a marathon distanceor do their first century distance. Similarly, endurance athletes can find the race as anavenue to improve and test their endurance levels while enjoying the tough but scenic course.
Go Faster. The race isset to attract top marathoners and ultra-marathoners in a challenge to outrun themselves and their competitors. The race will reward top performances in individual and team categories.
Go Together.This is more than a race; it is a journey designed to inspire each other in the sport. It offers an 18-week Training Calendar and a race day event where runners can learn from each other and from coaches, fitness professionals and other partners. Together, our runners will “dig deep” and explore the innate, possibly dormant, strength in them. Everyone will experience the special camaraderie and friendship among competitors, volunteers, race officials and spectators.