Articles about Bobby Go

SENATOR Pia S. Cayetano is no stranger to the world of sport, being an accomplished volleyball player and multi-sport athlete. She has extended her interest in sports to her own advocacies that have, over the years, brought wider awareness to the ...
Feb 12, 2016
SPIN.ph columnist Bobby Go is not just walking the walk, he's talking the talk.In his inaugural presentation of 'Run For Your Life, An Intro to Running and Living Better' as part of his Run Nation advocacy, Bobby ...
Sep 17, 2015
Primal Ape: The BeginningsThe idea to put up his own box came to Primal Ape founding partner and head coach Anton Sietereales and his partners in August 2014. It was an idea built out of passion to create his own community and ...
Aug 26, 2015
THE Nuun Dirt School PH had its official launch last July 25 at the Multisport Hub store premises in Nuvali, Laguna. Billed as the first and only trail running camp series in the country, it kicked off with a Level 1: Road ...
Jul 31, 2015
I BONKED. It was nothing short of epic. And it had to happen at the worst possible time and place: as a 32k pacer at Run United 2. Far from happy about the experience, I'm doing the next logical thing to ...
Jun 15, 2015
IN keeping with my previous article about getting outside and finding your place in the great outdoors, I'm turning the spotlight on a couple of friends and co-members of the Cordillera Great Traverse team, Koi Grey and JP Alipio, who ...
Mar 4, 2015
LATE last month, I quietly turned half a century old and celebrated the new forty with a solo ride up the hills of Antipolo and Morong astride Nessie, my trusty mountain bike, to a popular biker's destination fondly called Pisong Kape, ...
Feb 13, 2015
THE Clark-Miyamit 50-mile and 60k Trail Ultra (CM50, for short) last November 23, 2014 was technically not my first trail ultra - I did a similar distance trail ultra years ago that turned out to be longer (as most ultras, whether ...
Jan 22, 2015
WE exist in a world fraught with deadlines and decisions, compelling us to desperately keep in step with the pace of frenzied activity that presides over our lives. From the second the alarm buzzes us awake for the start of another manic ...
Oct 31, 2014
WHEN I was younger, family vacations with parents and siblings were mostly time-efficient and tidy affairs. Dad had the knack for keeping a free-wheeling itinerary known only to him, springing surprise activities like a visit to the museum or a ...
Jul 3, 2014
THE renaissance of active sports in the country has given birth to a plethora of health solutions and products that promise everything from rapid weight loss and firmer tummies to better race performance and faster recovery time. And just like any other ...
Feb 14, 2014
HAPPY New Year!2013 will be best remembered as my racing year without an off-season. It may have been unwise to precede 2013 with a long distance triathlon in December 2012 (Timex 226 in Bohol), but that was already planned way ...
Jan 2, 2014
BOOKENDED holidays have become commonplace in the last few years - quite a treat for students and slackers, and for endurance junkies who crave additional training and/or racing days - but obvious productivity killers for companies looking for some momentum. I suppose there' ...
Nov 22, 2013
FOREGOING typical prose of a race narrative, I'm going with a 'finish the sentence' format just this time. Why? Because with the plethora of blogs, Facebook status updates, and articles on the Cobra IM 70.3 that have flooded the net ...
Aug 14, 2013
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HARD work, determination, and the huge crowd factor were no doubt the principal reasons why Gilas Pilipinas realized its cherished dream of qualifying to the 2014 Fiba-World Cup in Spain.Throw in a little bit of luck as well.The basketball ...
Aug 13, 2013
KISS your race good-bye, idiot.Normally, I would have uttered those words of affection to a friend who's just informed me that he broke his big toe after stubbing it on a cat eye during a training run. But I ...
Jul 10, 2013
CONTINUING our feature on exceptional athletes from different sports who have made the transition to triathlon, we find mountaineer Ige Lopez, swimmer and power lifter Kevin Fule, trackster Jay Nacino, and mountain biker and footballer Aldean Lim sharing more of their insights ...
Jun 10, 2013
OVER cups of fast food coffee and hopia a few weeks ago, training buddy and friend-from-another-generation Hector and I discussed possible new blog topics; one of the winners: interview overachieving athletes from different sports disciplines who have made the ...
May 30, 2013
ONE life principle that my late father taught me was to try anything (that won't kill you) once; you may not like it, but at least you'll gain a personal insight from the experience. He was referring to food when ...
Mar 8, 2013
THE thought of spending the weekend I turn forty-eight running one hundred miles from one province to another that could easily take a day to cover may not be everyone's idea of fun, but I never was one for convention. ...
Feb 2, 2013
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