Dead Man’s 300 2017

Dead Man’s 300 2017
Simbahang Bato 30k / Matulid Falls 50k
October 15, 2017 (Sunday)

What’s NEW for 2017

1. 70 slots open for 30k.
– no extension
– 1st come / 1 reg basis

2. 30 slots open for 50k.
-for invites only
-for past DM 300 runners
-for Mt. O runners
-no extension
-14 hours CUTOFF
-less 3km, Mahogany route will be exluded this year

3. No recon run scheduled, new DM runners must be aware of the route itself.
4. Less markers will be setup.
5. No changing of names / No transfer of names
-we want runner to take this race seriously
-we do not WANT TO SEE slots of this race posted for sale

What’s NOT ūüôā
1. Registration Fee .
2. Foods.
3. For the children of Macaingalan Elementary School.
4. NO Medical Certificate / NO RACE
– Mt.O runners with medcerts are exempted
– Medical certificate MUST be submitted along with the deposit slips

Event Details
Start / Finish: The Rock Resort, San Isidro, Montalban (Rodriguez Rizal)
Gun start / Cutoff Time: 3:00am start / 5:00pm cutoff  (14 hours ) for 50k
4:00am start / 2:00pn cutoff (10 hours) for 30k

Intermediate cutoff:
1030H (7 hours 30m) = Matulid Falls
1230H  (9 hours 30m)= Lubog
1330H (10 hours 30m ) = DM viewdeck
1500H (12 hours) = San Isidro

  • Please No haggling, Cutoff is cutoff
  • Marshall at Matulid Falls will leave exactly 10:30am (all are expected to LEAVE by 10:30am)
  • Runners who does not make it are required to return back to Lubog
  • Runners who declare are advise to take the wide road going back to the starting line
  • All Runners are expected to LEAVE Lubog by 12nn
  • DNF runners can take Habal-habal option at its own expense

How to get to the venue

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The Rock Resort

For Commuters: From Litex Commenwealth,¬†jeep are available 24 hours going to Brgy San Isidro, Montalban. This jeep has a signboard ‚ÄúSan Isidro, Harangan, UltraMega‚ÄĚ and¬†will directly drop you¬†at the starting line. If coming from Marikina / Sta Lucia, Tricycle are also available 24 hours at Total Gasoline Station and Eastwood (Montalban).

For¬†private vehicle users, coming from Commonwealth take right at Litex and straight ahead along Litex-Payatas road. Pave road going to the venue is worse than trail road, you may opt to take Eastwood Montalban road. You may use waze for your guide and have ‚ÄúUltraMega San Isidro‚ÄĚ as your reference, venue is just a river apart from here.

Registration Details
Reg fee: Php 300 for 30k / Php 500 for 50k
Inclusion: Bib, Nutrition (food & water), token

Registration will start on September 15, 2017

Registration is NOT REFUNDABLE and NOT TRANSFERABLE.

  • No transfer of names.
  • No transfer of category once registration is closed.
  • No refund for whatever reason will be provided.
  • No reservations of slots.
  • No additional slots will be provided once registration closes.

Route

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50km Route Map

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Highest point: 910masl (simbahang bato)
Lowest point: 30masl (start / finish)

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50k Gunstart at The Resort DM300 v2.0

 

Starting will be at the The Rock Resort, San Isidro, Montalban, Rizal. From there runners take up a 3km pave road going to Sitio Toyang. This will be an uphill climb passing the PNP-SAF camp, runners are advised to watch out for dogs and minimize noise as there are communites along the road. Trail head starts from Sitio toyang, from here its around 7k uphill to Macaingalan. This will we your first aid station (10km).

Trail to Simbahang Bato

Trail to Simbahang Bato

Another 3km up will bring you to Sio Lubog, this will be your next Aid Staion. All runners will trek up around 1.5km going to the summit of Simbahang Bato. This will be a single track, with a mix of rock-scrambling and buwisbuhay-moves. It would be helpful to give way to all passing runners (ascending and descending). On this section, We encourage everbody to watchful of sharp rocks, slippers mosses and try to NOT to run. Runners will take same trail going back to Sitio Lubog.

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Simbahang Bato (Mt. Lubog Summit) is the u-turn for 30k runners

50k runners will then run straight to the very end of the road. Approximate distance to the falls is 7km. This would be the most tricky part of the route as there are some forks here that would lead you to Aurora Province and Tanay. Be cautious and vigilant enough to look for trail markings, backtrack to the last marker if in doubt. Along the way, you will lumberjacks (people carrying lumbers for living), it will not cost you much time to stop and give way. Trail after the fork is mostly straighforward, with some clearing because of illegal logging and kaingin. Your first river crossing will tell you your still 2km away from the falls. Rivers here are knee-deep with strong currents. During trek, it usually take us 1 hour to arrive going to the falls. Runners will take the same river going back after taking the u-turn at the falls. Combing back to your first river crossing, you will take a different route. Use the lumber-jack trail (wet route) going back to Lubog. You will be treated with a lot of rivers, mini waterfalls, shaded under tall gren trees. 3k up the river and you will find yourself on the track you use going to the falls. Continue going up and backtrack going to Lubog.

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Tatlong-Tungtung Falls (3 layered falls) a.k.a Matulid Falls

After Lubog Aid Station, runners will take the same trail (some 2km downhill) going to Pulang Lupa Junction. From the junction take right (Balagbag trail) going to DeadMans trailhead, from here trail is straightforward, sharp cogon grass can easily cut your flawless legs.

Trail going to Dead Man’s Trail

Some parts of the trails are already covered with moss, choose your step wisely. From here it would be straightforward mostly downhill going to DM viewdeck, this will be your last aid station. 50k runners will take right going to Lukutan Malaki, then make a U-turn at the steel bridge at the end of the Mahogany Forest Reserve then go back up to the this junction. 30k runners will take left instead of right going to Tinabasan Ridge going to Sitio Anginan. Stores are available in both Lukutan (Blue Ridge) and Anginan. At the end of the ridge is Gintong Ilog, follow the river going back to San Isidro. This is about 5km going to the finish Line.

our dm300 v1.0 poster

our very first poster for dm300 2014

 

Mantadory Equiptment
-flashlight
-food
-at least 500mL water
-cash (small stores along the way)
-cellphone with load

-first aid kit

Recommended Gears

‚Äď Gloves

-Jacket

 Final Notes

  • We promise to bring you the best, cheap, quality race but we expect you to follow our rules. Please train very hard and do not forget your medcert.
  • RD will be out of coverage 2-3 days before the event. Feel free to ask questions so we can address them the soonest.
  • This is a green event, no cups or any kind will be provided.
  • Bib will be given on race day.
  • Medical certificate is MANDATORY for all runners, at least 2 weeks prior to the event
  • Waiver will be signed before releasing of the bib
  • No waiver and medcerts, no race

Train wisely and see you,

BoyP
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Helpful Links:

*link to DM300 v1.0 by kamote runner
*link to dm300 v1.0 results
*link to matulid falls LSD by doc toto
*link to wikipedia of Matulid Falls

*link to DM300 v2.0 by kamote runner

* link to DM300v3.0 details by Mang Juse

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Mt. Oriod Marathon (Official Results)

1st Mt. Oriod Marathon

May 28, 2017

Wawa, Montalban, Rizal

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42k

1. Jerome Bautista                                                    07:57 (Course Record / Champion)

2. Elmer Retolado                                                     06:55 (1st Runner-up) time adjusted

3. Rod Losabia                                                          08:47 (2nd Runner-up)

4. Jed Rosell                                                               08:54

5. Melanie Hingpit    (F)                                          08:56 (Course Record / Champion)

6. Arnel Tongac                                                         09:06

7. Roy Gella                                                                09:15

8. Celso Callo                                                             09:27

9. Darrel Padolina                                                    10:03

10. Jerome Allan Tan                                               10:32

11.Ces Wael   (F)                                                       10:33

12. Hannah Martir  (F)                                           10:58

No. of Starters: 20

32k

1.Ronnel Valero                                                      05:26 (Course Record/Champion)

2.Poy Brillantes                                                      06:11 (1st Runner-up)

3.JohnBert Sarain                                                  06:18 (2nd Runner-up)

4. Stephenie Davidson (F)                                    07:03 (Course Record/Champion)

5. John Eruel                                                           07:05

6. Dennis Balinhawag                                           07:23

7. Sebastian Saby                                                   07:38

8. Robert Gervacio                                                07:50

9. Rafael Mendoza                                                07:58

10. Ren Delgado                                                     08:07

11. Princesa Soliven (F)                                       08:44   (1st Runner-up)

12. Ysa Xa                                                                08:45

13. Albert Leocadio                                               08:46

14. Jue Alef Aleles                                                  09:07

15. Lon Vicentuan                                                 09:36

16. Jerome Arcellana                                            09:39

17. Rolando Estera                                                09:39

18. Jazz Paringit                                                     10:14

19. Chito Carreon                                                   10:15

20. Eliza Romualdez РValtos                               10:50   (2nd Runner-up)

21. Archie Tesoro                                                  10:51

22. Francis Ola                                                       12:04

23. Lex Cusay                                                          12:11

24. Ian Pabatao                                                       12:11

No of Starters: 26

12k

1.Run Heya                                                            03:01 (Course Record / Champion)

2. Daryll Narvaez                                                  03:09 (1st Runner-up)

3.Calvin John Escandor                                       03:38 (2nd Runner-up)

4. Joseph Gentoleo                                                02:33 (time adjusted)

5. Carmela Lim (F)                                                03:38 (Course Record / Champion)

6. Chris Francisco                                                  04:02

7. Maan Villamor  (F)                                            04:03 (1st Runner-up)

8. Khim Isaguirre                                                   04:04

9. Ruben Casim                                                       04:05

10. Eds Casim                                                          04:06 (2nd Runner-up)

11. Jeff Lualhati                                                      04:14

12. Fred Pe√Īalosa ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† 04:16

13. Martin Jude Lacambra                                   04:21

14. Harry Duruin                                                   04:38

15. Russel Hernandez                                           04:38

16. Samuel Serene                                                 05:00

17. Zsarmaine Escoro                                           05:00

18. Paolo Tiong                                                       05:25

19. Chiara Tolentino                                              05:26

20. Allan Tuayan                                                    05:26

21. Joseph Berganio                                               05:27

22. Jaja Ferrer                                                         05:28

23. Kgell Marie Saavedra                                      05:29

24. Emerson Salvador                                           05:29

25. Lim Dee Kee Benigno                                      05:29

26. Randy Bierso                                                    05:41

27. Jennifer Lo                                                        05:51

28. Voltron Visda                                                   05:54

29. Emareene Francisco                                       05:54

30. Jerard Asperin                                                 05:58

31. Laverne Lavadia                                             05:58

32. Marvin Maquirang                                         05:58

33. Raymond Verdis                                              06:16

34. Katrina Pagpale                                              07:19

No. of Starters: 36

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From all of us, Thank you so much,

Team M

*see you next summer for Mt. Oriod Ultramarathon

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Monte Alba 21k Official Results

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Monte Alba: ang bundok ng bukang liwayway
Wawa, Montalban, Rizal
December 17, 2016

(21k Category)

MENS
Richard Akol – Champion
Elmer Retolado – 2nd place
Janbert Sarain 3rd place
Orly Maestro – 3rd place

WOMENS
Melanie Hingpit – Champion
Summer Abugan – 2nd place
Edelyn Casim – 3rd place
Ivy Atregenio – 3rd place

LGBT
Alfredo Quiambao – Champion

**all times reflected are according to finish time, podium places where agreed upon the organizers and concerns

  1. Elmer Retolado                  2:44:00
  2. Janbert Sarain                    2:50:00
  3. Orly Maestro                       2:58:30
  4. Wilnar Iglesia                     2:58:50
  5. Jeremy Cortez                    2:59:00
  6. Roi Bonifacio                      3:13:00
  7. Angelo Mesina                   3:13:30
  8. Jeff Salera                            3:19:44
  9. Darrel Padolina                  3:34:12
  10. Jerwin Mariano                  3:45:04
  11. Craig Allan                           3:45:05
  12. Richard Akol                       3:54:12
  13. Poy Brillantes                     4:04:38
  14. Melanie Hingpit                 4:10:07
  15. Angelo Herana                    4:11:08
  16. Sugar Ray Vicmudo            4:11:35
  17. Summer Abugan                4:12:20
  18. Rod Losabia                         4:12:24
  19. Dong Gandol                       4:12:26
  20. Joey Medina                         4:20:15
  21. Mark Anthony Loresto     4:21:52
  22. Nik Jamisola                         4:23:05
  23. Jerdy Jurado                          4:23:53
  24. Crisil Cordon                        4:25:15
  25. JP Iba√Īez ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬†4:31:40
  26. Avhic Gado                            4:33:54
  27. Paolo Duran                          4:36:06
  28. Albert Leocadio                    4:36:22
  29. Alfredo Quiambao               4:36:50
  30. Cesar Brosas                          4:36:52
  31. Anard Manzo                         4:42:15
  32. Joselito Rosales                    4:52:45
  33. Bert Camangonan               4:59:44
  34. Jhon Jun Chan                       4:59:45
  35. Rolly Cuales                            4:59:46
  36. Arwin Sta Clara                      5:00:03
  37. Ace Cazar                                5:12:00
  38. Edelyn Casim                         5:12 04
  39. Ruben Casim                          5:12:09
  40. Dennis Delas Alas                 5:14:05
  41. Baldwin Li                               5:14:26
  42. Roy Gella                                 5:18:10
  43. Albert Dairo                            5:22:43
  44. Ivy Atregenio                          5:28:46
  45. Julius Magayne                       5:46:17
  46. Siegfred Joselito                     5:46:18
  47. Manuel Dairo                           5:46:19
  48.               268                                5:51:36
  49. Joseph Sibal                             5:51:37
  50. Rez Tordilla                              5:52:20
  51.              (female)                       6:30:00
  52.  JC Orcino                                  6:33:00
  53. Ryan Depalco                           6:44:00
  54. Avan Villorente                      6:45:00
  55. Eliza Valtoz                              6:46:00
  56. Noel Ray Zonio                        6:47:00
  57. Kat Visperas                              6:59:00
  58.  Jai Guzon                                  7:00:00
  59. Emerson Salvador                   7:14:40
  60. Jeremy Cortez                          7:18:12
  61. Paul Parel                                  7:18:15
  62. Mark Laderas                            7:24:20
  63. Phen Avanzado                         7:29:10
  64. Dewi Baniqued                          8:00:00

For corrections: Send us a PM, adjustments will be done at the end of the day

 

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DeadMan’s 300 v3.0 Results

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DeadMan’s 300 v3.0
October 9, 2016
start: San Isidro Elementary School
finish: Rock Resort, San Isidro, Montalban

30k
No. of starters: 86
No. of finishers: 73

1. 096 4:25:42 Noy Gentoleo (champion)
2. 101 4:49:25 Genesis Zonio (1st runner-up)
3. 094 5:03:56 Jun Sofia (2nd runner-up)
4. 081 5:06:56 Jeff Suazo
5. 095 5:25:56 Jeric Occiano
6. 003 5:40:09 Richard Akol
7. 048 5:40:13 Jomel Lastimosa
8. 012 5:40:16 Roi Jason Bonifcaio
9. 015 5:40:19 Kirk Christian Caday
10. 098 6:02:09 Adrian Valdepenas
11. 031 6:07:37 Rye Daza
12. 086 6:42:14 Ysa Sabaler
13. 006 6:48:01 Lan Anlap (champion F)
14. 072 6:48:15 Daryl Panado
15. 042 7:08:27 Roberto Gervacio
16. 032 7:10:47 Dennis Delas Alas
17. 004 7:16:37 Sean Andan
18. 017 7:17:44 Ruben Casim
19. 018 7:17:47 Edelyn Casim (1st ruuner-up F)
20. 019 7:26:58 Bobby Castillo
21. 045 7:41:53 Kim Isaguirre
22. 063 7:46:13 Noriedel Damain
23. 030 8:11:17 Chips Dayrit
24. 062 8:14:17 Randy Miranda
25. 077 8:16:08 Dexter Hendrix Rigor
26. 075 8:16:24 Luke Ravelio
27. 074 8:16:29 Jan Rhen Rapista
28. 020 8:16:52 Celso Castillo Callo
29. 099 8:17:52 Jeff
30. 010 8:20:18 Ralph Bato
31. 050 8:23:22 Baldo Li
32. 073 8:34:31 Justine Ramos
33. 040 8:37:08 Rene Gamelo
34. 041 8:37:13 Roy Gella
35. 024 8:39:09 Leo Correa
36. 028 8:45:00 Robert Dala

37. 037 8:48:18 Adrian John Delingon
38. 054 8:54:08 Rowell Lumage
39. 084 8:54:19 Chiara Tolentino
40. 082 8:54:33 Allan Tuayan
41. 099 8:56:33
42. 085 8:56:36 Jernie Tugade
43. 065 8:57:28 Daryll Narvaez
44. 069 9:07:38 Ian Pabatao
45. 027 9:07:31 Lex Cusay
46. 007 9:08:02 Jerome Avcellana
47. 060 9:08:06 John Calvin Escandor
48. 061 9:08:08 Harry Duruin
49. 035 9:08:36 Louella dela Paz
50. 097 9:11:06 Russelle Luistro
51. 026 9:12:08 Werner Cruz
52. 064 9:13:33 Mario Monteagudo
53. 029 9:23:16 Pau Dayao
54. 098 9:26:35 Perlin Bon
55. 038 9:47:32 Marcelinnius Dumlao
56. 022 9:58:36 Jeff Chua
57. 014 9:58:52 Rico Cabusao
58. 083 10:00:12 Gammy Tayao
59. 058 10:37:34 Emil Manalulu
60. 093 10:37:48 Sam Guillen
61. 092 10:42:37 Ward Madrid
62. 100 10:50:08 Joan Leah Gumawid
63. 049 10:50:31 Junar Layug
64. 059 11:06:31 Chek Mercado
65. 070 11:06:34 DM Padilla
66. 536 11:06:37 Aleli Delos Santos
67. 039 11:06:40 Jaja Ferrer
68. 055 11:16:02 Cyril Magajes
69. 066 11:23:02 Adel Oabel
70. 025 11:45:41 Kelvin Cruz

71. 12:01:29 Jose Miguel Zapata
72. 067 12:04:12 Kataleya Malaluan
73. 060 12:04:15

50k
No. of starters: 107
No. of finishers:79

1. 616 8:07:00 MacMac Sison (champion)
2. 541 8:44:59 Roswald Espinosa (1st runner-up)
3. 560 8:45:04 Wilnar Iglesia (2nd runner-up)
4. 519 9:03:20 Rai Cabanig
5. 567 9:13:10 Alex Lacsama
6. 623 9:13:12 Ronnel Valero
7. 561 9:54:58 Julius Japlit
8. 524 9:55:35 Ryan Carmona
9. 598 10:02:56 Manjunath Periaswamy
10. 617 10:03:03 Eric Solina
11. 554 10:09:02 Benedick Gulapa
12. 521 10:12:21 Anthony Calixterio III
13. 594 10:20:50 Windell Pagatoc
14. 572 10:26:06 Dennis Lopez
15. 589 10:46:30 John Eruel Oquino
16. 583 10:52:46 Kim Milay
17. 502 11:13:10 Amos Adalim
18. 600 11:13:17 Maria Luisa Prado (champion F)
19. 548 11:14:09 Oliver Gabas
20. 553 11:16:10 Edwin Grimaldo
21. 512 11:17:07 John Lawrence Baliwag

22. 530 10:20:22 Allan Dayao
23. 573 11:35:02 Albert Lorenzana
24. 534 11:38:49 Joseph DelaCruz
25. 574 11:40:08 Mark Anthony Loresto
26. 542 11:54:31 Jericho Esponilla
27. 540 12:06:00 Paolo Duran
28. 591 12:07:03 Darrel Padolina
29. 559 12:08:20 JP Ibanez
30. 615 12:11:57 Jeneth Pajarillo (1st runner-up F)
31. 557 12:18:38 Jai Guzon
32. 608 12:24:49 Aries Salazar
33. 547 12:26:03 Edwin Fernandez
34. 571 12:27:05 Mccoy Lontoc
35. 584
36. 555 12:35:16 Herbert Gutierrez
37. 506 12:35:24 Reyann Aquino
38. 525 12:35:32 Ace Cazar
39. 635 12:35:48 Elvis dela Torre
40. 585 12:37:13 Alvin Nunala
41. 630 12:37:21 Cheryl Bihag (2nd runner-up F)
42. 569 12:39:50 PJ Ligutan
43. 601 12:40:55 Jose Ramizares
44. 629 12:42:11 Ryan Sanchez
45. 599 12:43:18 Oscar Pimentel
46. 604 12:49:32 Mac Ricafort
47. 620 12:49:48 Reyn Tacio
48. 575 12:54:18 Rod Losabia
49. 511 12:58:41 Eduardo Bajo

50. 593 13:11:55 CJ Paran
51. 523 13:18:25 Saturnino Camongonan
52. 516 13:18:41 Bong Bernadez
53. 566 13:33:23 Ka Horhe
54. 501 13:40:54 Jonalyn Acosta
55. 520 13:44:09 Mary Grace Calicdan
56. 619 13:45:22 Dondon Talosig
57. 515 13:45:31 Nathan Baysa
58. 539 13:46:31 Edzel Drilo
59. 621 13:50:43 Enrique Trinidad
60. 592 13:58:51 Randy Pagdilao
61. 582 13:59:19 Alfredo Menes
62. 613 14:00:35 Francis Andrew Santiago
63. 513 14:06:18 Carmelo Balugo
64. 627 14:09:48 Jack Wilson Villanueva
65. 570 14:11:32 Rey Jason Limyu
66. 508 14:13:24 Ivy Atregenio
67. 603 14:15:02 Lady Diane Recto
68. 522 14:15:19 Eduard Calugtong
69. 529 14:15:48 Bar Dayandayan
70. 14:16:04 Roby Hernandez
71. 590 14:16:27 Samual Pacyra
72. 597 14:22:54 Arniel Nicolas
73. 602 14:20:01 Roelle Alexander Ramos
74. 610 14:24:20 Jeff Salera
75. 568 14:39:53 Albert Leocadio
76. 552 14:39:59 Gerune Gloria
77. 606 14:40:06 Joel Rodriguez
78. 565 14:43:05 Jericho Jusay
79. 611 14:57:51 Ronaldo Salonga

“Keeping trail running simple but painful”Team M

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Dead Man’s 300 2016

v3.0

v3.0

Dead Man’s 300 2016
Simbahang Bato 30k / Matulid Falls 50k
October 9, 2016 (Sunday)

Event Details
Start / Finish: The Rock Resort, San Isidro, Montalban (Rodriguez Rizal)
Gun start / Cutoff Time: 3:00am start / 5:00pm cutoff  (14 hours ) for 50k
4:00am start / 2:00pn cutoff (10 hours) for 30k

Intermediate cutoff:
1100H (8 hours) = Matulid Falls
1300H  (10 hours)= Lubog
1430H (11 hours 30m) = DM viewdeck
1500H  (12 hours) = Lukutan u-turn
1800H (16 hours) = San Isidro

  • Please No haggling, Cutoff is cutoff
  • Marshall at Matulid Falls will leave exactly 10am (all are expected to LEAVE by 10am)
  • Runners who does not make it are required to return back to Lubog
  • Runners who declare are advise to take the wide road going back to the starting line
  • All Runners are expected to LEAVE Lubog by 12nn
  • DNF runners can take Habal-habal option at its own expense

How to get to the venue

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The Rock Resort

For Commuters: From Litex Commenwealth,¬†jeep are available 24 hours going to Brgy San Isidro, Montalban. This jeep has a signboard “San Isidro, Harangan, UltraMega” and¬†will directly drop you¬†at the starting line. If coming from Marikina / Sta Lucia, Tricycle are also available 24 hours at Total Gasoline Station and Eastwood (Montalban).

For¬†private vehicle users, coming from Commonwealth take right at Litex and straight ahead along Litex-Payatas road. Pave road going to the venue is worse than trail road, you may opt to take Eastwood Montalban road. You may use waze for your guide and have “UltraMega San Isidro” as your reference, venue is just a river apart from here.

Registration Details
Reg fee: Php 300 for 30k / Php 500 for 50k
Inclusion: Bib, Nutrition (food & water), token

Thru bank deposit:
BPI account# 3519 1491 83
account name: Meljohn D. Tezon
Please send scanned copy / picture of deposit slip at  MARUPOK page for accounting. No personal message or SMS to the RD will be allowed.

Registration is NOT REFUNDABLE and NOT TRANSFERABLE. Slots may be transferred to another person (must pay another registration fee), but you can still claim your loots on race day. Again, NO TRANSFER of runners name. Registration fee is not that expensive, please follow simple rules.

Route

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50km Route Map

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Highest point: 910masl (simbahang bato)
Lowest point: 30masl (start / finish)

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50k Gunstart at The Resort DM300 v2.0

 

Starting will be at the The Rock Resort, San Isidro, Montalban, Rizal. From there runners take up a 3km pave road going to Sitio Toyang. This will be an uphill climb passing the PNP-SAF camp, runners are advised to watch out for dogs and minimize noise as there are communites along the road. Trail head starts from Sitio toyang, from here its around 7k uphill to Macaingalan. This will we your first aid station (10km).

Trail to Simbahang Bato

Trail to Simbahang Bato

Another 3km up will bring you to Sio Lubog, this will be your next Aid Staion. All runners will trek up around 1.5km going to the summit of Simbahang Bato. This will be a single track, with a mix of rock-scrambling and buwisbuhay-moves. It would be helpful to give way to all passing runners (ascending and descending). On this section, We encourage everbody to watchful of sharp rocks, slippers mosses and try to NOT to run. Runners will take same trail going back to Sitio Lubog.

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Simbahang Bato (Mt. Lubog Summit) is the u-turn for 30k runners

50k runners will then run straight to the very end of the road. Approximate distance to the falls is 7km. This would be the most tricky part of the route as there are some forks here that would lead you to Aurora Province and Tanay. Be cautious and vigilant enough to look for trail markings, backtrack to the last marker if in doubt. Along the way, you will lumberjacks (people carrying lumbers for living), it will not cost you much time to stop and give way. Trail after the fork is mostly straighforward, with some clearing because of illegal logging and kaingin. Your first river crossing will tell you your still 2km away from the falls. Rivers here are knee-deep with strong currents. During trek, it usually take us 1 hour to arrive going to the falls. Runners will take the same river going back after taking the u-turn at the falls. Combing back to your first river crossing, you will take a different route. Use the lumber-jack trail (wet route) going back to Lubog. You will be treated with a lot of rivers, mini waterfalls, shaded under tall gren trees. 3k up the river and you will find yourself on the track you use going to the falls. Continue going up and backtrack going to Lubog.

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Tatlong-Tungtung Falls (3 layered falls) a.k.a Matulid Falls

After Lubog Aid Station, runners will take the same trail (some 2km downhill) going to Pulang Lupa Junction. From the junction take right (Balagbag trail) going to DeadMans trailhead, from here trail is straightforward, sharp cogon grass can easily cut your flawless legs.

Trail going to Dead Man’s Trail

Some parts of the trails are already covered with moss, choose your step wisely. From here it would be straightforward mostly downhill going to DM viewdeck, this will be your last aid station. 50k runners will take right going to Lukutan Malaki, then make a U-turn at the steel bridge at the end of the Mahogany Forest Reserve then go back up to the this junction. 30k runners will take left instead of right going to Tinabasan Ridge going to Sitio Anginan. Stores are available in both Lukutan (Blue Ridge) and Anginan. At the end of the ridge is Gintong Ilog, follow the river going back to San Isidro. This is about 5km going to the finish Line.

our dm300 v1.0 poster

our very first poster for dm300 2014

 

Mantadory Equiptment
-flashlight
-food
-at least 500mL water
-cash (small stores along the way)
-cellphone with load

-first aid kit

Recommended Gears

– Gloves

-Jacket

 Final Notes

  • We promise to bring you the best, cheap, quality race but we expect you to follow our rules. Please train very hard and do not forget your medcert.
  • RD will be out of coverage 2-3 days before the event. Feel free to ask questions so we can address them the soonest.
  • This is a green event, no cups or any kind will be provided.
  • Bib will be given on race day
  • Medical certificate is MANDATORY for all runners, at least 2 weeks prior to the event
  • Waiver will be signed before releasing of the bib
  • No waiver and medcerts, no race

Train wisely and see you,

BoyP
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Helpful Links:

*link to DM300 v1.0 by kamote runner
*link to dm300 v1.0 results
*link to matulid falls LSD by doc toto
*link to wikipedia of Matulid Falls

*link to DM300 v2.0 by kamote runner

* link to DM300v3.0 details by Mang Juse

 

 

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back for more pain: my dm300 v2.0 torture

Thanks bee ūüôā see u v3.0 80km

Kamoterunner's Blog

As if the pains of running the first edition of Deadman’s Trail 300 (DM300) wasn’t enough (BoyP’s Bday Treat: Deadman’s Trail 300 ;-P), I found myself once again trudging through the trails of Rodriguez, Rizal, trying to kick myself while tripping over myself asking why, why do I subject myself to this torture?

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Photo courtesy of Ang kwaderno ni boypra..;))

My memory must be so bad now that I completely forgot how tough DM300 Version 1 that I  signed up for Version 2.0 and for a much tougher and longer distance at that.

Come race day, I eventually downgraded from my originally planned 50K knowing I am in no way trained to complete it and settled for the 30K instead.

Although I have to say, you would hardly call running, walking, climbing and crawling through a terribly difficult route peppered with rocky paths, never-ending uphills and downhills and a treacherous climb…

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Dead Man’s 300 V2.0 Official Results

Dead Man’s 300 V2.0

On its second year, we will be having two categories (30k and 50k)

DM 300 official poster

October 11, 2015

The Rock Resort, San Isidro

Rodriguez, Rizal

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50k Results

No of Starters: 61

No of Finishers: 44

Cutoff time: 16 hours

1 Mark Sison 7:42 (CR)
2 Rai Cabanig 7:50
3 Jhun Sopia 8:13
4 Arnold Banaay 8:36
5 Erwin Layosa 8:41
6 Jeric Occiano 8:43
7 Marvin Evasco 8:53
8 Sebastian Saby 8:59
9 MJ Periaswamy 9:16
10 Noel Rojo 9:51
11 Taddy Llaneta 9:53
12 Argie Cabrera 9:59
13 Alex Lacsama 9:59
14 Archie Tesoro 10:13
15 Jay Lamela 10:16
16 Venn Lamela 10:17
17 Bong Alindada 10:17
18 Rodolfo Gandol 10:42
19 Darrel Padolina 10:49
20 Windell Patagoc 10:59
21 Riz Damaso 11:03 (CR)
22 Joey Divino 12:04
23 Alexandria Ahongon 12:05
24 Frederic Tupaz 12:54
25 Goldy Dela Cruz 12:54
26 Dominic Jamisola 12:55
27 Mc Kearn Ricafort 12:55
28 Alberto Milay 12:55
29 Mit Mercurio 12:55
30 Samuel Pacayra 12:55
31 Jojo Dela Cruz 12:57
32 Roberto Hernandez 12:57
33 Arniel Nicolas 12:57
34 Manny Bautista 12:58
35 Chito Carreon 12:59
36 Camelo Balugo 12:59
37 Cheryl Bihag 13:14
38 Brian Tan Seng 14:06
39 Eric Castro 15:07
40 Olan Ortines 15:13
41 Dario Carpio 15:13
42 Jeffrey Garacia 15:13
43 Mike Lafuente 15:23
44 Benj Termulo 15:23

30k Results

No of Starters: 61

No of Finishers: 44

Cutoff time: 16 hours

1 Richard Akol 5:05 (CR)
2 Khim Isaguirre 5:11
3 Eric Solina 5:13
4 Icar Hiponia 5:20 (CR)
5 Jerome Bautista 5:43
6 Aries Cajucom 5:44
7 Nick Barrowclough 5:44
8 Francis Evan Singson 5:56
9 Elle Alvarez 6:06
10 Jojo Medoza 6:15
11 William Marino 6:35
12 Randy Miranda 6:52
13 Joseph Sibal 7:03
14 Peter Idala 7:04
15 Jeff furigay 7:08
16 Phen Avanzado 7:15
17 Jon Lacanlale 7:29
18 Carmela Lim 7:31
19 Jose Ramirez 7:31
20 Paolo Domingo 7:42
21 Reymar Mercado 7:42
22 Tin Salazar 8:06
23 Johanna Lee 8:10
24 Julius Magayne 8:14
25 Frederick Pe√Īalosa 8:23
26 Danilo Victor Torio 8:23
27 Leny Angeles 9:22
28 Bienvinido Soberano 9:25
29 Twila Starr 9:26
30 Regie Lazerna 9:38
31 Doods 9:38
32 Andy Balane 9:38
33 Emerson Salvador 9:49
34 Ruselle Luistro 9:50
35 Hanna Ais Bueno 9:50
36 Dexter Tubang 9:54
37 Randy Bierso 9:54
38 Ric Mallari 10:25
39 Jong Musini 12:10
40 Nelson Tupaz 12:10
41 Gidget Paz 12:14
42 Harold Lorete 12:30
43 Jinkee Guerrero 12:30
44 Katleya Malaluan 12:30
45 Ruben Acebedo III 12:30

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All 50km Finishers (w/in cutoff) are qualified to join Four Lakes 100k and Pulag 100 Race for 2016

All 30k Finishers are qualified to join Mt Ugo Marathon 2016

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