understand why it is being dubbed as the great UP run. It is indeed great! The trail goes uphill through a road which is a good distance from the sunken garden. Secondly, there were a good number of runners—both
young and old, neophytes and seasoned, serious and elite runners. I had to push myself and had to spend my last energy runni
ng at a good speed the last 300 meters of my 10k run. I just wanted it get over and done with. I beat my KOTR PR by two minutes. An improvement! Aiming to achieve a 30-minute PR for 10k in the next coming months. This means more practice runs and races. ; ) See the Great UP Run results at http://www.upeuro.org/.Check out also the runners\’ blogs for more photos (photographer, banggigay, anton).