Photo Caption: Participants of Run for Hope pass along Military Cut-Off , the 3km Turning Point of the race.

Photo by Tristan John Quiaño/ UB-Intern/ ABN

Baguio City- More than 1,000 runners participated in the 16- kilometer, up-and –down race dubbed as Run for Hope held recently here. The Run for Hope, organized by Fr. Manuel Enjang Pranatal CICM, mark its 10th year anniversary. This year edition, the local government unit (LGU) of Baguio City joined the cause by sharing some donations and encouraged local runners to
participate. Fr. Manuel Enjang Pranatal CICM was pleased with the turnout, saying, “Actually, this
is a comeback run after the pandemic.

“ We just want really to reintroduce Run For Hope after the pandemic … everybody is afraid of running together, and promote our advocacy- for the betterment of children and the community.”
Azor Isaiah Tangalin, who won first spot in the 16K race, shared his thoughts “parang part lang po ng training.” Roderick and Zoriel Abe Landicho joined the event to support their son’s interest in
sports. Roderick, 50 year-old, who have run 5K and 10K races before, said that he i joined the
race to push himself to run again. For Zoriel it was her first time to join such race. Both said they enjoyed the experience and vowed to participate in future races.

Tristan John Quiaño/ UB-Intern/ ABN

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