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Puruganan, Uyammi top Yamashita run
by Ofelia C. Empian

The lung-busting action of the latest edition of the Last Stand of Yamashita 2017 run ended to Edgar Puruganan and Arlene Uyammi’s victory as the male and female top finishers of the grueling race set Sept. 3 in Kiangan, Ifugao.

Puruganan clocked in at six hours, 15 minutes and 56.9 seconds leading other elite trail runners in the 50 km. category tracing the age-old trails of Gen. Tomoyuki Yamashita and his men in Hung-duan and Kiangan towns.

About three minutes later, Benson Binwag finished the race in six hours, 18 minutes and 19.90, while Drexel Dino came in at third place with a time ofsix hours, 46 minutes and 14.69 seconds in the 50 km. route.

Uyammi topped the female side with 8:52:29.93 placing ninth overall while Cecille Cornista Wael placed second with 9:50:30.76 and Kat Marasigan on third place with 10:41:57.50.

Runners started from the Heritage Village of Hungduan, which is at 1,132 meters above sea level and ended at the Yamashita Shrine or the Kiangan War Memorial Shrine as the finish line.

Top finisher in the 21-kilometer category is Louie Ganayan with 2:24:52.02 trailed by Don Santilan with 02:24:22.13 on second and Richard Akol on third place with 2:23:53.05.

In the distaff side, Prudence Chakas championed the category clocking in at 2: 51:20.82 and placed seventh overall followed by Gail Madrilejos with 2:57:14.27 and placed eighth overall while Arlene Callang is on third place with 3:00:59.86 and placed 11th overall.

 
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