*RED DUMUK A sportsman through and through, having been involved in more than 30 sports in various capacities since 1975, he was the founding Secretary General and former President of the Association of Road Race Organizers (ARRO) which governed road racing during the running boom in the Philippines in the 80s and early 90s. He played pivotal roles in the Manila International Marathon, Pilipinas International Marathon and Magnolia 20K Race which were the country’s first races to become members of the Association of International Marathons. He was the chief operations officer of the monthly Siglakas races. A former National Race Director of the National Milo Marathon and Asst. Race Director of the Alay sa Pangulo Marathon, then the biggest road race in the country. Currently, the Vice President of the Triathlon Association of the Philippines and Secretary General (for life) of the Southeast Asian Triathlon Association, he was the Executive Director/Race Director of the 1996 and 2004 Asian Triathlon Championship. He had served as Technical Delegate and Referee in at least 10 Asian Triathlon Championships and International Triathlons in Asia. A former Chair of the Philippine Olympic Committee’s Sports for All Committee, he pioneered the sport of vertical running or stairclimbing in the Philippines in 2005.
*DINO JOSE IT professional who was a veteran marathon internationalist representing the Philippines. Among the marathons he had competed in were: New York , Los Angeles, San Francisco, Las Vegas, Tokyo, Seoul, Singapore International Marathons; and Manila International Marathon, National Milo Marathon and Alay sa Pangulo Marathons. He has top numerous places in the running world and one of the big names in marathon scene back in the 80’s. Also, former military member of navy Intelligence group. Eagle Scout batch 1977 Boy Scout of the Philippines and 1977 AlaAla Foundation Scholar Delgado Brothers recipient. Stayed in the United States got a degree in CIS computer information system and studied cybersecurity programs and came back and established ROADRACINGEVENTS to help elevate the standard of road racing events and, ultimately, the performance of the country’s road races. Road running opened doors to him so his returning to the Philippines and founding the aforecited company is his way of paying back.
* MANUEL OYAO, one of the toughest runner in the Philippines scene. 2nd place finisher in 9th Milo Marathon elimination 20km run in Metro Manila. He represent Philippines in walkathon in Prague C. He was retired Master Sergent AFP Philippine Elite forces Scout Ranger.Now, He works in Department of National Defence.