Milo Marathon has been a staple major race in the country and this year, the organizer have included a special category for locals to prevent stronger foreign runners from garnering all the major awards. The top finisher for the Open category will receive P300,000, the second placer, P250,000 and the third placer P200,000. The Local category champion will bag P50,000.
Meanwhile, Prycegas has also offered good options for runners with attractive cash prizes that is said to amount to P1 million for top finishers in 42K (P100,000), 21K (P60,000) and 5K (P20,000) distances. The rest of the Top 10 finishers for each of the categories will also receive cash prizes.