Canada’s longest-running sport recognition event is back, and on the heels of an amazing Olympic and Paralympic Games we are excited to honour BC’s best athletes, coaches and officials in 18 different categories.
Sure, the year still has eight days in it -- and if we've learned anything from 2016, it's that the whole planet can be irrevocably altered forever in eight days, or, say, one -- but with the holidays almost here, it's clear that most of us are just about done with this calendar year. All the year-end lists are out, all the Person of the Year awards have been distributed, the businesses are closing up shop. So we're comfortable wrapping up the year in sports, while allotting for the fact that it's always possible Tiger Woods wins an MMA title in the last few days or something.
Manila, Philippines, 01 December 2016 – The National MILO Marathon is set to mark its 40 th year
milestone as it holds its National Finals in the city of Iloilo on Sunday, December 4. The reigning
MILO Marathon King and Queen, two-time MILO Marathon King Rafael Poliquit and three-time MILO
Marathon Queen and 2016 Olympian Mary Joy Tabal, are both raring to go head-to- head with their
fierce rivals to defend their crowns in the final race of the season.
Iloilo, Philippines, 04 December 2016 – Mary Joy Tabal won her fourth consecutive MILO Marathon Queen crown and Jeson Agravante won his first MILO Marathon King title at the 40th National MILO Marathon National Finals on Sunday, December 4. Over 17,200 runners enjoyed the festive atmosphere, scenic route and very good weather. This was also the biggest race in Iloilo to date, a record fitting to mark the 40th anniversary milestone of the National MILO Marathon.