Cesar Guarin, a UP graduate and a father of four, is determined to be the first Filipino and first Asian to run across the globe.
So far, he has finished Trans Pilipinas run (2251 km), Trans USA run (4960 km), Trans Europe run (3756 km), and US-Canada run (1272 km). He is now on his 5th stage, Global Run Australia. He is currently running from Melbourne all the way to Brisbane. A total of 2053-kilometer run for 37 days!
On November 12 (Saturday), he will arrive in Sydney after running for 234 km in 6 straight days coming all the way from Canberra.
PCC-NSW invites you to join in a huge and boisterous welcome party for Cesar Guarin as he finishes his run for the day in front of the ANZ Stadium at the Sydney Olympic Park, Homebush at 4:00 pm.
A global run is equivalent to running an oval 60,000 times.
Cesar Guarin will be running for 23,000 kilometers crossing 26 countries in 447 days. His mission is to bring hope to the poor children in the Philippines living in poverty as well as pay tribute to the sacrifices and contributions of the Filipino OFWs and migrants across the globe.
We urge you to bring your friends and family to the grounds outside the ANZ Stadium at the Sydney Olympic Park, Homebush on 12 November, Saturday at 4 pm and celebrate this historic achievement of another outstanding “Kababayan”. It’s going to be another triumph for Filipinos around the world.
Welcome streamers, flaglets and clappers will be provided by Global Run Team. However you are welcome to bring your own streamers and banners.
Cesar Guarin and his team would welcome contributions of food replenishment, power bars, instant noodles, fruits, 3 sleeping bags and a tent.