‘SunPIOLOgy Xone’: Virtual Run, Cycle, Race

Sun Life Philippines’ sporting event carries the theme “SunPIOLOgy Xone” and raises the bar as the number one insurance company in the Philippines celebrates 11 years of the country’s most anticipated charity fun run.

“With SunPIOLOgy, we are able to make the pursuit fun and engaging through a variety of sporting events, while the charity component makes it more meaningful and memorable. We are thankful we continue to grow our community and effectively promote the importance of living healthier lives,” said Sun Life Chief Marketing Officer Mylene Lopa.


From the virtual to the road

Packed with celebrities, freebies, and advocacies, SunPIOLOgy Xone raises the bar to make this the brightest and most generous bike and run yet. The event will feature the following highlights: Sun Life Virtual Run, Sun Life Cycle PH, and Sun Life Resolution Run, to match your #livehealthierlives goals.

“What sets SunPIOLOgy apart is the community it has built through the years. Each event is fun and exciting, and now, we are bringing the SunPIOLOgy brand of wellness to the virtual world so that we can motivate even more people. With this, I’m sure more Filipinos will experience what it means to live healthier and brighter under the sun,” told long-time ambassador Piolo Pascual.

Sun Life Chief Marketing Officer Mylene Lopa, Sun Life Ambassadors Enchong Dee and Piolo Pascual with the event organizers

Sun Life Virtual Run: Run anytime, anywhere 

A new event this year, the Sun Life Virtual Run (Sun Life VR) challenges you to conquer long distances that participants may complete anytime, anywhere. Participants from different parts of the country may challenge themselves to complete an accumulated distance of 50 or 125 kilometers which can be spread over 30 days. To track your runs, you can use any FREE running app from your Android or iOS smartphone and submit a screenshot or a photo of the progress on the treadmill that shows the DISTANCE and the TIME, via Registration is ongoing at and will be open until October 14. The run period will be from October 15 to November 15.


Sun Life Cycle PH: Safe and Secure for Family bonding on wheels

Sun Life Cycle PH is back to take cyclists on fun and exciting routes that will run from Bonifacio Global City to Pasay City. Participants of all fitness levels are welcome to join. Categories for the Sun Life Cycle PH are: Tricycle Ride (100 or 500 meters) designed for children ages two to five; Kids Ride (30-minute Solo or Family Ride) for children between the ages six to 15; Short Ride (20 kilometers) for participants 10 years old and above; and Long Ride (40 kilometers) for participants 14 years old and above. With partially closed roads and kid-friendly biking paths, the event can be a chance to bond with the entire family. It will take place on November 23. Registration is ongoing at and will be open until November 22.


Sun Life Resolution Run: Start 2020 with a bright and energetic rush

Kicking off Sun Life PH’ 125th anniversary in 2020, the Sun Life Resolution Run is a race that aims to get everyone into a healthy mindset as the year starts. Also hosted by Sun Life in select Asian countries, increasing awareness in diabetes prevention and management is one of the company’s advocacies that is especially crucial in the Philippines. It will feature the “125 Xone,” where runners will pass through “xones” aligned with the diabetes prevention theme. Fun and star-studded, the run will double as a charity event that will benefit the Hebreo Foundation, Noordhoff Foundation, and Star Magic scholars.

Sun Life Resolution Run will take place on January 18, 2020, at Camp Aguinaldo, Quezon City. Registration will begin this November 15, at and select Toby’s Sports Stores. Race categories and further details will be released soon.

For more about Sun Life’s health and wellness initiatives, follow @SunLifePH and @GoWellPH on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.


Written by dotdailydose




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