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RUNRIO, NowheretogobutUP launch fun run to raise funds for UP varsity sports

University of the Philippines varsity teams got a big boost from a new fundraising event called The Great UP Run, spearheaded by RUNRIO Inc. and nowheretogobutUP Foundation Inc..

RUNRIO, NowheretogobutUP launch fun run to raise funds for UP varsity sports
Proponents of The Great UP Run are shown here
Organizers of the event together with UP officials and representatives from the Quezon City Athletic Association launched the event via a press conference held at Quezon Hall to kickstart preparations for Season 82 of the University Athletic Association of the Philippines.

The Great UP Run, which aims to attract 3,000 runners in 3K, 5K, 10K and 21K categories, will begin at sundown on Aug. 11 at UP Diliman and cover the outer roads of the UP campus. Expected to participate are all UP varsity athletes, UP students and faculty from different campuses, UP alumni and

The event will end with a concert featuring homegrown UP artists and is the first of many yearly events meant to sustain all UP varsity teams. Beneficiaries of the fundraising are UP varsity teams in Badminton, Baseball, Softball, Chess, Fencing, Football, Judo, Poomsae, Swimming, Taekwondo, Table Tennis, Lawn Tennis, Table Tennis, Men’s Volleyball, Beach Volleyball and Women’s Basketball.

UP Diliman alumnus Coach Rio de la Cruz, President and Founder of RUNRIO Inc. NTGBUP Chairman, Atty. Agaton Uvero, NTGBUP VP for Ways and Means Cocoy Mercado, UP College of Human Kinetics Dean Francis Diaz and QCAA officials led the proceedings at the media launch.

Topics: University of the Philippines , RUNRIO , nowheretogobutUP Foundation , Rio de la Cruz
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