Subaru PH holds final leg of 2015 Palm Challenge

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Text: / Photos: Subaru PH | posted September 08, 2015 13:01

Alex Neblasca wins final leg of 2015 Subaru Palm Challenge

Subaru PH has concluded the 2015 Palm Challenge Philippine Face-off with its final leg held at the Bonifacio High Street in Bonifacio Global City last September 5.

According to Subaru PH, the 2015 Palm Challenge Philippine Face-off had over 300 registrants featuring a mix of young and old that ranged from the youngest who was 18 and the oldest at 69.

Experienced and familiar faces joined this year's Palm Challenge including 7-time winner Alex Neblasca, who proved to be the toughest of the lot. He outlasted all of the other participants, finishing with a time of 13 hours 9 minutes and 33 seconds.

Alex Neblasca: 2015 Subaru Palm Challenge Manila leg winner

Neblasca won PhP 20,000 and exclusive Subaru merchandise. Furthermore, Neblasca also had the longest time among all leg winners which gives him the privilege to bring a plus one during the Singapore regional challenge.

The winners from Cebu (Donn Michael-Yap) and Davao (Gilber Hamo-ay) will now be joined by the top eight winners from Manila for the Regional Finals in November at Singapore.

The 2015 Subaru Palm Challenge Philippine Face-off Manila leg’s 8 winners are as follows (in order starting from the challenger with the longest time):

1. Alex Neblasca (seven time regional participant)

2. Juan Furiscal Jr

3. Francisco Gomez

4. Alec Ebuen

5. Juntie Torres

6. Dan Angelo Villacorza

7. Oshwald John Carbonell

8. Marcus Leui Pagcaliwangan

The 8 winners from Manila along with the Cebu and Davao leg winners will compete this November at Ngee Ann City Civic Plaza, Singapore against challengers from around Asia such as Singapore, Cambodia, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam. Should the last man standing from the Subaru Challenge 2015 come from the Philippines, a grand prize of a brand new Subaru Forester 2.0i-L worth PhP 1,398,000 will await them upon their return to Manila.