Saturday, March 28, 2009


1. A robber, especially one who robs at gunpoint
2. An outlaw; a gangster.
3. One who cheats or exploits others.
4. Slang A hostile aircraft, especially a fighter aircraft.
(taken from The Free Dictionary)

I've never thought that such word is used in running. I thought that it's okay to run the race route with official runners even though you did not register.

I still think it is okay, but only for the following reasons:

1. If the race is not a trail. Meaning, it is spacious for a large number of runners.
2. If the race is done where anybody can run/jog/walk. (you're normal.)
3. You don't position yourself at the starting line ahead of everybody else. (on second thought...)
4. You don't run like crazy when the gun is fired. (pulis!!!)
5. You don't stop at water stations to get a free drink, power bar or anything that they give. (pulis!!!!)
6. You don't get strings (faster officer!!!!)
7. You don't run crazy towards the finish line and overtake official runners because you have a PR to beat. (darn it... guard!!!!!!!)
8. You don't fall in line to get the medal, the certificate, the freebies. (ay naketch... ako na nga!!!!!)

I haven't done it, to run as a bandit that is. Ano kaya ang feeling? Hmmmnnn...


  1. ako bro na try ko na haha bandit virgin ka pala! hahahaha

    in fairness, masarap sha, haha walang pressure haha tipong tinakbo ko lang din yung route nila ahaha sabay tingin sa time ko haha

  2. bandit birgin birgin bandeet hahahaa

  3. timmy!
    hehehe... baka sakaling i-try ko bukas. sa event nyo mismo. hahahaha

  4. ano pare? di na ba virgin? bumigay ka na ba kanina sa miracle run? haha

    gLamOuRoSa :)

  5. oo pre... masakit pa nga eh. mejo tender pa. hehehe! adik! hindi nman ako nkapag-bandit kanina. nag 5k kami ni pojie after ng race. so, virgin pa din. hehehe!