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Does anybody have a link to info in dec supercross cebu schedule? All the previous posted links do not work or show only the date but not when or where.

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David Kennedy

Don't have any more info for you, but I've seen gaps in event advertising like that before.  Amazing how that happens

 

Try calling OZ Racing, they should  know

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David_LivinginTalisay

Try using "motocross" in searches, instead of 'Supercross'    

 

http://www.livingincebuforums.com/index.php?app=core&module=search&do=search&fromMainBar=1
 

http://www.philstar.com/search/google/motocross?query=motocross&cx=017717946998805404809%3Az2og4mesldc&cof=FORID%3A9&sitesearch=

 

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Sep 16, 2013 ... For the first time, the Games and Amusements Board has recognized a professional motocross organization in the Philippines.
www.philstar.com/.../finally-gab-recognition-motocross
 
 
Nov 12, 2013 ... JBS-Kawasaki Motocross Team's Kenneth San Andres re-staked his claim as one of the world's top riders when he turned in a fourth place ...
www.philstar.com/.../san-andres-ready-asian-motocross
 
 
Jun 17, 2013 ... Multi-titled rider Kenneth San Andres re-staked his claim as the country's No. 1 rider when he ruled both the premier events of the POC-PSC ...
www.philstar.com/.../san-andres-solidifies-motocross-status
 
 
Aug 19, 2013 ... World-renowned motorcycle factory team KTM put on a dominating performance in the FIM Junior Motocross World Championships, winning ...
www.philstar.com/.../ktm-riders-sweep-junior-motocross-crowns-czech- republic
 
 
Nov 12, 2013 ... JBS-Kawasaki Motocross Team's Kenneth San Andres re-staked his claim as one of the world's top riders when he turned in a fourth place ...
www.philstar.com/.../san-andres-ready-asian-motocross

Seems to only be Manilla!
 

 
Mar 28, 2013 ... Some of Cebu's top riders will once again strut their wares in the Keiz BJ and Phoenix Cyclomax Titan motocross race on Easter Sunday at a ...
www.philstar.com/cebu.../ornopias-shine-fim-race-keiz-bj-presents-easter- sunday-motocross
 
Mar 26, 2013 ... The best and the brightest stars of Cebu motocross will finally be feted for their stirring exploits during the past year as the MS Motosuit ...
www.philstar.com/cebu.../ms-motosuit-motocross-annual-awards-tonight-top- riders-take

March 28 for Cebu is latest in search Hit!

Maybe too HOT - more popular in cooler months perhaps?

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Just this morning I saw a huge sign  on SRP

 

SUPERCROSS  DEC 21-22

 

I did not have time to read more as I was driving, I can take a picture of the sign on monday

 

the sign was just about at the center cross this map

 

http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=10.284413&lon=123.885376&z=16&m=b

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Here is the picture

 

 

 

 

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Just this morning I saw a huge sign  on SRP

 

SUPERCROSS  DEC 21-22

 

I did not have time to read more as I was driving, I can take a picture of the sign on monday

 

the sign was just about at the center cross this map

 

http://wikimapia.org/#lang=en&lat=10.284413&lon=123.885376&z=16&m=b

 

 

Looks like new location from the previous SuperCross @ SRP as this was at this location.

 

http://wikimapia.org/#lang=zh&lat=10.275186&lon=123.878446&z=16&m=b

 

You can still see the man made track outlines in the dirt.

 

http://www.sunstar.com.ph/cebu/sports

 

Saturday, December 14, 2013 - 11:45 p.m.

THE Kopiko Astig 3-inOne Supercross Series will end the season in the place where it started—the South Road Properties.

The race that had endeared itself to the adrenaline rush-loving spectators in the Visayas and Mindanao will return to where it began as it formally closes its 2013 Series at the South Reclamation Properties beside St. Pedro Calungsod Shrine on Dec. 21 and 22 with its final race of the season, the 11th Leg.

 

 

http://www.sunstar.com.ph/cebu/sports/2013/12/14/kopiko-supercross-be-held-srp-318865

Kopiko Supercross to be held at SRP

Saturday, December 14, 2013

THE Kopiko Astig 3-inOne Supercross Series will end the season in the place where it started—the South Road Properties.

The race that had endeared itself to the adrenaline rush-loving spectators in the Visayas and Mindanao will return to where it began as it formally closes its 2013 Series at the South Reclamation Properties beside St. Pedro Calungsod Shrine on Dec. 21 and 22 with its final race of the season, the 11th Leg.

Last January, the 2013 Series started with a huge bang with Danish riders, including one of the Top 10 riders in the world Nikolaj Larsen, proving to be a class above the Filipino riders.

However, after 10 legs, Larsen is out of the picture and a Filipino rider is most likely to take the Rider of the Year award, which goes to the rider scoring the most points, which they will earn in every race they join the entire year.

Tipped to win this year is the country’s no.1 rider Glen Aguilar, who shook off strong challenges from Cebuano Jon-Jon Adlawan and Davaoeño Rhowell “Burnok” Mangusong IV, following his back-to-back victories in the last two legs.

Aguilar’s victory put a sizable distance that made him forerunner in the Pro Open Category and the Rider of the Year titles.

Aguilar needs to score a huge victory in this last leg because Adlawan and Mangusong are hot on his trail in this race that is organized by Man and Machine Racing Promotions of Jonas Adlawan.

Aside from the Pro Open class, Aguilar, Adlawan and Mangusong are also in a rough battle to win the Pro Elite title.

Right after the race on Dec. 22 will be the awarding rites that will be held in Sarrosa Hotel.

 

 

 

The San Pedro Calungsod Chapel in Cebu opens its doors
 (The Philippine Star) Updated December 22, 2012 - 12:00am
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The San Pedro Calungsod Chapel was donated by Henry Sy Sr. and Felicidad Sy to the Archdiocese of Cebu.

Designed by US-based architect Carlos Arnaiz, the Chapel of San Pedro Calungsod sits on an elevated 5,001 square meter lot within the SM Seaside Complex. It can accommodate up to 803 people.

 

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South Reclamation Properties beside St. Pedro Calungsod Shrine

 

 

St. Pedro Calungsod Shrine:

 

 

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http://www.cebuarchdiocese.org/2012/calungsod-templete-explained/
 

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templete (Sp.) or template (Eng.) signifies a certain structure used as a shrine where celebrations are held imbued with historical value and significance. It is referred to as a “small temple”. The word template also bespeaks as a monument that pays homage to a place where important events took place.

This coming November 30, 2012 the National Thanksgiving Celebration of the Canonization of Blessed Pedro Calungsod which will be held in SRP lot, a templete will be constructed mainly as the venue of the Eucharistic Celebration. Besides, this template will serve later as a monument that pays homage to the historical event that took place.

The Templete de Pedro, as I would like to call it, is meant, first and foremost, to inspire the faithful. The structure itself serves as a vessel of meaning both in aesthetic and spiritual value. It carries with it, among others, nuances of theological meaning that have the opportunity to instruct, inspire and catechize.

The basic design of the template is always in relation to the basic plan in general of a church architecture. Since the template serves as a shrine where the Holy Mass is celebrated, it is but proper that the template is patterned to that of the architectural language of a church.

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Just like any other church, the template has a sanctuary at the center. This is elevated just to signify its prominence in any area of the structure as the most sacred place. Besides, its higher elevation signifies separation from the nave. In the case of the template, the nave is where the concelebrants are placed. This is situated at its both wings which can accommodate 150 bishop concelebrants in each side. This sanctuary area holds the altar table as the most venerated and holy place in the whole sanctuary. Unlike the altar table in the church which is made of stone and has a sepulchum on it (a small whole at the center of the altar where a relic of a saint is placed), the template altar is just a plain slab of wood with the presider’s chair directly at its back and the ambo at its front. The distinctive and the running design of the altar furniture (the altar table, presider’s chair, ambo and the cross assemble) is a waived palm which signifies inculturation indicated in the many usage of palm in our daily life and industry. At the back of the sanctuary serves as the sacristy where the liturgical materials such as the sacred vessels, liturgical books and the like, are being prepared for the celebration.

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Of all the elements in the template, the pyramid-like structure or the spire which is at its center is considered to be the focal piece. This holds numerous iconographic meanings that instruct what martyrdom is all about. In a church structure, one natural law that governs in building church edifice is its verticality. This is inherent in every successful church building that truly inspires the faithful. Verticality speaks about the massing of material and volume upwards that renders it to dominate the horizontal. The soaring height tells plainly of man’s desire to reach Heaven and the spirit’s longing to reach God. This is the whole point of the pyramid-like structure in the template. It speaks about verticality that leads to transcendence that of creating a structure that expresses a sense of the spiritual and the heavenly. Martyrdom is all about transcendence. One can truly deny the self if one, at the same time, transcends the self. Dying due to faith is indeed a transcendence of self that is going across and beyond the border of self interests.

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The cross culminates the verticality of the pyramid-like structure or the spire. This is indicative of the relation of the ultimate sacrifice of Jesus in the cross with that of the sacrifice in the martyrdom. All sacrifice due to faith finds its meaning and glory in the sacrifice of Jesus in the cross. The cross is the crowning glory of the death of Pedro as a martyr.

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At the center of the spire spreads the palm as the Christian iconographic representation of Martyrdom. It is believed that palm frond or stem is the symbol of victory in the war waged by the spirit against the flesh. The martyrs are then called the victors par excellence over the spiritual foes of mankind.

With all the theological nuances of the Template de Pedro, this structure indicates our pride to have another Filipino saint, a Visayan at this time, to be raised at the Altar of God. A monument of pride and devotion, just like the structure itself, speaks of our longing to achieve victory of faith and our soul’s desire to reach heavens where God and all the martyrs await for all of us.

Viva San Pedro Calungsod!!!

 

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St. Pedro Calungsod Shrine:

 

 

112412jhm269.jpg

 

Woolf, 

 

Sorry can't actually see whatever picture you posted, but got me thinking I posted a picture of an Pedro Calungsod Chapel at the SRP not The Templete de Pedro!

 

templete (Sp.) or template (Eng.) signifies a certain structure used as a shrine where celebrations are held imbued with historical value and significance. It is referred to as a “small temple”. The word template also bespeaks as a monument that pays homage to a place where important events took place. 

 

templete6-300x225.jpg

 

Viva San Pedro Calungsod!!!

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