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Maxicare Run 2018: A run for 3 to 99 years old to celebrate fitness and health


With almost everyone into fitness right now, there is nothing like a run to begin your fitness program and Maxicare Healthcare Corporation can help you jumpstart your fitness plan as the leading HMO provider celebrates another year of success by hosting the second Maxicare Run at the North Fountain SM by the Bay in MOA this coming July 8.


Coming from the success of last year’s Maxicare Run where more than 2,700 participants joined, this year’s run is envisioned to be a bonding activity between friends and families through the additional category for the elderly. The run will also extend the health benefits of Maxicare to others through the Pusong Pinoy Foundation.


Maxicare Run 2018 will be a #familyfunday as it welcomes Lolos and Lolas to the new category, the 1k Senior Sprint for 60-year olds and above. Aside from the new category, the run will feature the following categories: a 200m dash for 3 to 12-year olds, the easy 3k, the amiable distance of 5k, and the athletic 10k and 16k. The run is open to all and is expected to excite beginners and seasoned runners alike as it is geared towards engaging and uniting everyone to a single goal: fitness.

All runners will be given a race kit depending on their chosen course which includes a race bib, timing chip, medal, singlet, and loot bag; an additional ‘finisher shirt’ will be given to 16k runners. Assembly time is as follows: 200m dash is at 6 am; 3k, 5k, 10k is at 4 am; and 16k is at 3:30 am. Fees are also determined by distance: Php400 for 200m; Php500 for 1k; Php600 for 3k; Php700 for 5k; Php800 for 10k; and Php900 16k.


After the race, runners can freshen up and fill hungry tummies with delicious but guilt-free treats at the Healthy Food Station!

The Maxicare Run 2018 is for the benefit of Pusong Plnoy Foundation Inc., a non-profit organization subsidizing diagnostic and therapeutic cardiovascular procedures for less fortunate Filipino patients based at the Philippine General Hospital. It is being held in partnership with one of the most recognized run organizers in the country -  LeadPack.


With this benefit run, Maxicare offers the complete experience of advocacy, an active lifestyle, and triumph. Furthermore, the Maxicare Run 2018 has set itself to be a gem changer in the health and fitness community.


Run to celebrate, run for a cause, and run to be fit. Mark your calendars as the #MaxicareRun2018 has tons of biggest and better activities in store!

To register online, visit https://bit.ly/maxicare2018 or at select Chris Sports branches up to 7pm daily.

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