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SMDC-QC Int’l Marathon listing extended

ANTICIPATING the rush of late entries, organizers of the 4th SMDC-Quezon City International Marathon 2012 have extended the registration for the race slated on Dec. 2 at the Quezon Memorial Circle to Nov. 28.

Executive Runners Club Philippines chair and president Francisco Cayetano Jr. said groups of 50 runners stand to get a P100 discount from the entry fees in the 42 km marathon, 21K, 5K and 10K races.

The student rate for a group of 100 runners  in the 5K and 10K is P200. For Individual entries, the fees are P400 for the 5K, P500 for 10K, P600 for 21K and P800 for the full marathon. Foreign entries will be charged $48 for the 21K and $72 for the 42K races.

RGBA ‘Bakbakan’ semis under way at PSG

MEMBERS of the Rizal Gamefowl Breeders Association (RGBA) collide at 11 a.m. today at Pasig Square Garden in the second phase of the grueling runup to the 2012 Bakbakan 11-Stag National Derby.

Led by the group’s president Joey Sy, RGBA is seeking a second straight Bakbakan crown after partners Ralph Daigo and Ronnie Magbalon won top honors in 2010. A separate 4-cock semifinal is set at PSG on Dec. 2, not Dec. 1 as originally announced.

Backed by Thunderbird Romoxty, RGBA’s 4-stag finals for those with 5.0, 5.5, 6.0, 6.5 points is set at Ynares Sports Arena in Pasig on Dec. 4.

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