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Tagged With: triathlon

Nick Baldwin and Liz Blatchford Top Century Tuna Ironman Philippines

It was a historic day for the Philippines as it hosted its very first full distance Ironman event with Century Tuna as title sponsor last June 3, 2018. Nick Baldwin became not only the Philippines first full Ironman Champion but also his home country, Seychelles first ever Ironman Champion. Australia’s Liz Blatchford topped the Women’s category. Continue reading »

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The Different Stories of Tri Factor Ph

Each race is a different story and TRI-Factor also had its share of different stories. From the chase of the podium to the feel good story of newly minted triathletes, TRI-Factor has been true to its purpose of providing a venue for new and progressive athletes get into the Swim, Bike and Run lifestyle. Continue reading »

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A Decade’s Journey to The Country’s Full-Distance Ironman

The Journey towards the first ever full-distance Ironman is on its final leg. 10 Years of Ironman 70.3 in the Philippines leads to the Century Tuna Ironman at Subic Bay on June 3, 2018. It’s also a culmination of the journey of triathletes aiming to be an Ironman in their own country. Continue reading »

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TRI-Factor Brings A Triathlon Race for ALL

Triathlon has grown leaps and bounds over the past few years with more athletes adopting the swim, bike and run lifestyle. TRI-Factor ushers in the next wave of growth with a triathlon event that’s friendly even to non-athletes who want to shift to the lifestyle. Come May 27, 2018, TRI-Factor would welcome both new and seasoned triathletes at Camsur Water Complex for a round of triathlon. Continue reading »

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TRI-Factor Asian Series List up Ongoing

TRI-Factor Asian Championship Philippine Leg heats up with a boot camp on April 11, 14 and 15 to help prepare the participants for the upcoming race in CamSur on May 26-27, 2018. Registration is ongoing at www.trifactor.ph . Continue reading »

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TRI-Factor is Now in the Philippines

Triathlon is booming in the Philippines and the local triathlon scene has a new race to conquer. TRI-Factor Asian Championship Series is now in the Philippines with a distances for all ages and level of experience. The race is on May 26-27, 2018 at the Camsur Watersports Complex. Continue reading »

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Hoka One One is the Official Shoe for Ironman Philippines

It’s Time to Fly for Triathletes in 2018 as not only get to race in the country’s first ever full IRONMAN distance, they also get a whole range of Hoka One One shoes for athletes who would love to fly on the run leg en route to a strong finish. Continue reading »

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SBR.Ph is All Set for 2018

SWIMBIKERUN.PH has laid down their 2018 events starting of with the SBR Expo and the awards night followed by their race series, which includes Aquaman, Duaman and Triman. Continue reading »

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Incoming: SBR Tri Series 2017

Do you want to Tri? SBR Tri Series 2017 rolls out the red carpet in the world of triathlon for you. They have newbie friendly categories and also offers the full distance for the experienced ones. Take your pick or conquer them all. Be an Aquaman, Duaman and / or a Triman. Continue reading »

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Crowie and Xena tops Century Tuna Ironman 70.3 Subic Bay

It was a front row seat of an awesome show with hundreds of triathlete completing the Century Tuna Ironman 70.3 Subic Bay. The participants navigated the 1.9-kilometer Swim course at Acea Subic, a 90-kilometer rolling bike course and a hot and humid 21.1 kilometer around Subic last March 6, 2016. At the end of the 70.3 distance, Craig “Crowie” Alexander and Caroline “Xena” Steffen topped the male and female categories, respectively. Continue reading »

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