Filinvest City is proud to be the venue for the first ever obstacle course racing of the 30th South East Asian Games.
Held at the garden city’s Spectrum Midway Avenue, the obstacle racing course is the newest sports added to the 30th SEA Games with Philippines, Laos, Malaysia, and Indonesia competing in six events.
The obstacle course had a total number of three courses for the six events: two for the Men’s team, two for the Women’s team, and two for the Mixed teams, with a field of play reaching 5km race with 20 obstacles along the route.
“We are very proud and truly honored to be one of the official venues of the 30th SEA Games.” said Don Ubaldo, Filinvest Alabang Inc. vice president for townships. “As a full-blown city, we ensure that we have enough green and open spaces for outdoor activities that can cater to international sporting events such as this to give back to the community.”
With wide, green open spaces, fresh air, smooth routes and optimum safety, there is no doubt that Filinvest City is prepared to offer competing countries a perfect venue for the obstacle course competition. As the center of convergence in the Metro South, it is also very accessible for SEA Games participants, VIPs, and spectators. Surrounding it are major road networks promising ease of travel, such as the Metro Manila Skyway, South Luzon Expressway, Alabang-Zapote Road, Daanghari Road, Muntinlupa Cavite Expressway, and Old National Highway.
Without a doubt, Filinvest City’s partnership with Philippine South East Asian Games Organizing Committee signifies the township as the perfect destination to stage big sporting events such as marathons, fun runs, biking competitions, and now, international sports under SEA Games.
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