The 2016 Financial Fitness Run (FFR)… for the financially-challenged Pinoy Runner


The CFA Society of the Philippines will be holding its signature annual Financial Fitness Run (FFR) on May 29, 2016 at the BGC, Taguig. Talk about timeliness, as we are ALL politically and socially motivated to address our financial security and future as a nation, what with National Elections  coming up on May 9.  By participating in this annual event, we express the need to be financially fit by considering sound strategies at savings and investing.

As in 2015, FFR will attract thousands of runners who will be doing 5K, 10K and 21K distances along the commercial side of Taguig and Makati on that particular Sunday.  All 5k and 10k finishers will receive specially-crafted medals and the top 50 finishers (25male, 25 female) of each of these categories will get a finisher shirt. On the other hand, 21K finishers will each receive the hard-earned, first-ever FFR plaque on top of the dryfit finisher shirt.

Race Program
3AM (closes at 8AM) Opening of Baggage Counters
4AM Assembly of 21K Runners * National Anthem/Invocation * Welcome Remarks * Race Reminders * Warm-Up
4:30 AM 21K Gunstart
5:00 AM Assembly of 10K Runners * Welcome Remarks * Race Reminders * Warm-Up
5:30 AM 10K Gunstart
5:40AM Assembly of 5K Runners * Welcome Remarks *Warm-Up * Race Reminders
5:45 AM 5K Gunstart
7AM Program & Awarding * Raffle

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Let’s learn from the experts as we race on May 29!

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