Clark Sunset Marathon 2017 (Clark)

clark sunset marathon

A new Marathon is set to happen before the year ends. As RUNRIO partnered with Tourism Promotion Board and Clark Devpt. Corp. announces the upcoming Clark Sunset Marathon.

The Clark Sunset Marathon is conceptualized and organized by RUNRIO, Inc. it was inspired by the fact that in tropical countries like the Philippines that the weather is hot and humid. Running on night is much cooler and more exciting race experience.

The Clark Sunset Marathon will be held at the Parade Grounds of Clark Freeport Zone in Pampanga on December 9, 2017 at 4PM.

Clark Sunset Marathon
December 9,2017
Parade Ground, Clark Freeport Zone

Distance: 5KM, 10KM, 21KM, 42KM

schedule fees

Event Cut Off Time

42K Race  –    7 hours
21K Race  –    4 hours 

10K Race  –    2 hours
5K Race    –    1 hour 

Race Kit details:

sunset marathon race kits

All 42K, 21K, and10K finishers within the cut-off time will receive a finisher’s medal.

Trophies, medals, and cash prizes will be given to the top finishers only.

42KM Race (Open)
Men’s & Women’s Divisions:
Champion: P100,000 + Trophy
Runner-up: P80,000 + Trophy
3rd Place: P50,000 + Trophy

42KM Race (Local)
Men’s & Women’s Divisions:
Champion: P30,000 + Trophy
Runner-up: P20,000 + Trophy
3rd Place: P10,000 + Trophy

Filipino 42KM runners qualify for both open and local category prizes. While foreign 42KM runners only qualify for the open category prizes. (Foreign 42KM runners who have lived in the Philippines for 10 years or more are qualified for the local category prizes.)

Official race results will be uploaded two (2) days after race day, visit for more details.

For more details about the event, visit this link.




It’s the season of relationships. With the start of the Year of the Rooster and Valentine’s Day this month, families, friends and loved ones across Asia are celebrating their love, affection and friendships. Amidst the festivities, a new research study, the Prudential Relationship Index, recently released by Prudential Corporation Asia, decoding relationship dynamics and highlighting relationship trends in Asia.

The Prudential Relationship Index measures, via a numerical score, how satisfied people in Asia are with their primary relationships with partners, children, family and friends. Findings suggest “being easy to get along with” and “laughter” are key attributes of healthy relationships. However, while many couples offer expressions of love to each other, they often argue over money matters. Many also feel that digital technology is disrupting their relationships.

Conducted by Ipsos, the independent international research firm, the Index covered 5,000 interviews across 10 Asian markets – Cambodia, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand, and Vietnam.

Who has the best relationships overall?

Across Asia, the Prudential Relationship Index average satisfaction score is 68/100. This means, in Asia, people’s primary relationships fulfill 68% of their relationship needs. It also means there is a “satisfaction gap” of 32% in personal relationships. People in Vietnam expressed greatest fulfillment with their relationships (83/100), followed by the Philippines (79/100) and Indonesia (73/100).


Who are most fulfilled with their partners?

85% of the adults surveyed in Asia are in a relationship with a partner, including 69% who are married. The average relationship score that people in Asia have with their partners is 63/100, indicating that partners provide 63% of what people think is important in relationships. The Vietnamese are the most fulfilled by their relationships with their partners, with an average relationship score of 83/100 followed by the Philippines (74/100) and Indonesia (69/100).

What do people want the most from their partner?

The one thing that people in Asia want most from an ideal partner is that they are easy to get along with (68%). This is particularly true in Singapore with 77% citing it as a desirable attribute from an ideal partner. It is least important in Indonesia (56%). Laughter is also reported as vital to relationship fulfilment, with 63% stating that an ideal partner would make them laugh or smile. Laughter is most important among adults in the Philippines (79%) and Thailand (75%).

Who says “I love you” the most?

57% of adults in Asia tell their partners that they love them at least once each week. Expressions of love are most important in the Philippines: 87% of Filipinos tell their partners they love them every week, including 68% who do so every day. It is the lowest in Hong Kong with just 39% of adults doing so each week. However, only 29% of people in Hong Kong consider it important that an ideal partner offers expressions of love, also the lowest proportion in the region.

 Who wants to leave?

Each week, 20% of those surveyed in Asia seriously think about leaving their partners. People in Thailand think about leaving their partner the most (28%) and people in Vietnam the least (8%). 24% of couples in Asia argue with each other every week, 65% do so at least once a month and 7% every day.

What makes people argue the most in Asia?

In Asia as a whole, money (39%), children (39%) and lack of attention (33%) are the most likely sources of arguments. These are closely followed by housework (28%) and drinking or smoking (26%). Money is the biggest source of arguments in Vietnam (55%), Malaysia (41%), the Philippines (46%) and Thailand (46%). People in Cambodia (23%) and Hong Kong (29%) argue about money the least. With couples arguing regularly over money matters, the research also revealed almost one-third (32%) did not seek for help with their financial planning. For those who did receive help with their financial planning, 49% consulted their friends or family; only 34% obtained advice from bank or insurance representatives or independent financial professionals.

Parents are happiest when their children interact with them. 63% said they most wanted their children make them laugh or smile from within. This is highest in Vietnam (80%). Adults in Asia want their parents to provide them with moral and emotional support: 70% want their parents to stand up for them, including 85% of adults in the Philippines. 59% of adults in Asia want parents to have a calming effect on them, with Indonesians being the most likely to want parents to help calm them down (68%).

 Friend or foe? People in Asia greatly value their friends. Filipinos have the highest relationship score in the region with their best friends at 50/100. Filipinos particularly enjoy companionship with their friends and are the most likely in the region to want friends to enjoy doing things with them (71%). Laughter is also very important: 59% of those surveyed in Asia want their friends to make them laugh or smile. This is also highest in the Philippines (69%) as well as Thailand (68%) and Vietnam (66%) butlowest in Cambodia (43%).

 Technology is disrupting relationships. Many feel that technology is disrupting their relationships at home. 37% of adults in Asia say that their partners sometimes prefer their smartphones to being intimate. 31% admit that they themselves prefer their smartphones to being intimate with their partners. This situation is most acute in Thailand where 51% say their partners prefer their phones to intimacy. In view of this disruption, 82% would consider having technology-free days in order spend more time with other people, including 32% who say they already do so.

Who is most social? Although many report that technology can be disruptive to their relationships, it is also welcomed: 68% of people in Asia surveyed think it makes it easier for people to keep in touch and 65% think it facilitates making friends. On average, those surveyed say they have 210 different contacts on social media. The most social are people in Indonesia with an average of 367 contacts across all their social media; the least social are people in South Korea with an average of 83 contacts.


RTL CBS brings the entertainment at the British Festival 2017.


RTL CBS X Factor UK Booth at British Festival in BGC

Home to some of the biggest programs on UK television including The X Factor UK and Britain’s Got Talent, RTL CBS Entertainment showed its support for the 2017 British Festival at Bonifacio High Street in Taguig with booths that let festival goers experience the limelight.

The British Embassy also collaborated with The X Factor UK to give the crowd a stunning performance by Cercado sisters Almira, Celina, Irene, and Mylene of girl group 4th Impact that capped off the three-day festival.


The 4th Impact during the X Factor UK S14

Britain’s Got Talent Season 11 airs in April 2017, while The X Factor UK Season 14 airs in August, both first and exclusive on RTL CBS Entertainment.

RTL CBS ENTERTAINMENT Climbs to the no.3 spot in PH during Primetime.

RTL CBS Entertainment Logo

RTL CBS Entertainment has climbed to the number three position during primetime (6pm to 10pm) in December 2016 among general entertainment (GE) cable TV channels in the Philippines, based on the latest data released by Nielsen last week.

RTL CBS Entertainment started the year 2016 placed eighth among GE channels, the channel’s increase in the ranking for primetime viewing last month is attributed to huge gains in key groups throughout the year among all cable TV channels in the Philippines. In the Female viewer segment, the channel jumped 33 places higher, whileit saw a 31-place leap in the Housewives viewer category. RTL CBS Entertainment also grew its young adults 13- to 19-year- old segment, leaping 39 places higher from the start of the year.

Among the top performing programs on the channel in December 2016 were Bull, The Odd Couple, Man With a Plan, Scorpion, Entertainment Tonight, The Insider and Mat Franco’s Got Magic.

Now ranked third in primetime viewing among cable TV GE channels in the Philippines, RTL CBS Entertainment (launched October 2013) has overtaken the lead of older and well-established channels including Warner, StarWorld, Universal, E! and Jack TV for the coveted primetime slot.

Source: Nielsen TV Audience Measurement (coverage December 2016)

Pru Life supports the Great British Festival.

Asif Ahmad during GBF 2015.jpg

For the fourth consecutive year, Pru Life UK will showcase its heritage in support of the British Embassy Manila’s GREAT British Festival, a three-day street festival highlighting the best of the United Kingdom’s contributions to the world.

Transforming Bonifacio High Street in Taguig City on February 24 to 26, 2017 into a cultural hub of all things British, the GREAT British Festival will exhibit British-originated companies and brands that have established presence in the Philippines. The public will enjoy a variety of activities including sumptuous gastronomic treats, street artists, art workshops, car displays, and British fashion.

Catch Pru Life UK’s booth at the exhibit area throughout the festival duration, as well as a short program about the basics of investments, insurance, and protection on February 25, from 2:30 to 3:00 p.m. at the Amphitheater.

TV5 SuperHeroes Run: Manila (MOA)


TV5 SuperHeroes Run: Manila
February 25, 2017 (SAT)
SM MOA Grounds

TV5 will having a the most exciting fun run this 2017 with TV5 SuperHeroes Run: Manila, There will be 200M for kids, 5K, 10K and 16K categories. This is a run by TV 5 and funds raised will be used for the projects of Alagang Kapatid Foundation. Sign up as slots are limited (16k – 400 slots | 10k – 600 slots | 5k – 850 slots | 200m – 150 slots) and be super heroes!

Registration Details:

Distance: 200M | 5K | 10K | 16K

Organizer: LeadPack/

Registration Fee:

  • 200M –  P350 ( Race Bib, Goodie Bag ) 150 Slots Only
  • 5K – P650 ( Race Bib, Singlet, Timing Chip, Loot Bag, Raffle Stub ) 850 Slots Only
  • 10K – P750 ( Race Bib, Singlet, Timing Chip, Loot Bag, Raffle Stub ) 600 Slots Only
  • 16K – P850 ( Race Bib, Singlet, Timing Chip, Loot Bag, Raffle Stub ) 400 Slots Only


Online (now on-going):

In Store Registration (starting February 5)
Chris Sports Branches :

Glorietta | SM Mall of Asia | SM North EDSA SM City BF | SM Megamall Market Market

Singlet Design:


16K Finishers Shirt:



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Top finishers will receive medals. 5K/10K finishers will receive Certified Super Heroes Certificate


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