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Challenge Philippines Camsur

23 Feb , 2015  

Challenge Camsur

Triathlon distances

Is 70.3 Miles 2km swim 90km Bike and 21km Run

Challenge Camsur is another challenge that will join the Challenge Philippines (We Are Triathlon) sports event this coming 2015. Last February 2014 was the start of the Challenge Philippines in Subic Bay and Bataan, it was a successful triathlon event that attracted a total of 700 athletes that came from 38 countries, that challenging triathlon was considered as the largest and fastest pro fields here in Asia.

Challenge Camsur

The winner in that race is Matt Burton, he took home the grand prize of $ US 50,000 while for female division is Melissa Hauschildt, she mentioned that it was the toughest race ever she finished. (1)
After Challenge Philippines, and after some months, the Challenge Family organizes another race and here they gave birth for another challenge — Yellow Cab’s Challenge Camsur. The race will be held on June 14, 2015 in Camsur, but then before that another leg of Challenge Philippines will on February 21, 2015.
According to the organizers, the Yellow Cab’s Challenge Camsur is not only he best triathlon in Asia, but it will also help develop a grassroots of program for the sport. Leverage sports Asia, the race producer of this race event, said that they are in collaboration with the Province of Camarines Sur to work closely together to develop the program and expand the various cities and provinces all over the country.

Triathlon training

Stick to your training plan or training Program there’s a lot of Magazine, website or books for triathlon

 

Triathlon calendar

You must have a triathlon calendar to track your training program

WHAT HAPPENED’S IN CHALLENGE SUBIC-BATAAN

First day of registration start at  exactly 11:00 am at Harbor Mall Subic.

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dig deep at bike course up hill

Through their CSR, Corporate Sport Responsibility, the 5 year vision for the Challenge
brand is to encourage participation and engagement in the sport while promoting a
healthy lifestyle and inspiring future Olympians and World Champions. For decades,
many boxers and basketballs players have been trained and honed to compete on a
global scale. Now is the time to grow the sport of Triathlon in the country; to put
together a pool of talent and develop them into the next batch of World-Class
Triathletes.
To register for Yellow Cab’s Challenge Camsur or for more information on the race,
please visit www.challengecamsur.com

#WhereItAllBegan #ChallengeCamsur #TimeForANewChallenge
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https://www.twitter.com/challengecamsur
http://www.youtube.com/challengeph
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New Paulinas Cycle Center

19 Feb , 2015  

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Products:

Mavic

Shimano

BMC

Brompton

Location: Blue Bay Walk, EDSA Extension, Pasay, Metro Manila

Contact Number : (02) 8690823

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Domination

15 Feb , 2015  

domination

Congratulation to all finishers in Bikeking Domination Clark speedway 4km Run 40km bike  Run 4km

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Challenge Taiwan FREE REGISTRATION

13 Feb , 2015  

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CHALLENGE TAIWAN HALF

 


April 25th, 2015 / Taitung, Taiwan

 

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

 

The race was the most amazing that I have done. People were friendly and cheering and the volunteers were all adorable and helpful. You couldn’t find a better venue. Scenic and challenging. i really enjoyed racing it and giving everything I could. All the other organizers have been absolutely wonderful and helpful. Big big congratulations. –Olivier Courret

 

Thanks for a great race. We came over to see the Challenge brand in operation and to see what all the hype was about. I must say that it was a very positive experience. I hope you will appreciate some constructive feedback as I do like what you, and Felix and co are doing for the sport that is my passion. – Andrew O’Regan

 

Congratulations for the organization of such an amazing race! it was one of the best races I have ever done! The course, the organization, everything made this race a great race! you did an amazing job putting it together! –  Raynard Picard

 

Swim Leg – 1.9km

Map: Swimming

The swim course is set for Flowing Lake in TaiTung.

The one-lap swim is in a man-made reservoir within easy views for spectators watching from the shore. The course starts from a pontoon in an anti-clockwise direction with one turn buoy. The average water depth for most of the course is 2.5m.The swim course is in crystal clear water from a natural spring and mild temperatures.

The following rules will apply to the swim:

Wetsuit: to be confirmed at race briefing. Event swim cap: compulsory and is provided at registration

Transition 1 (T1)

Map: Swimming Exiting the swim course at Flowing Lake, you will need to collect your T1 (swim to bike) bag and proceed to either the men’s or women’s changing tents. Once you have changed into your cycling gear, please place all of your swim gear in your T1 bag and leave at the collection point. One of the Volunteers will collect your T1 bag which will be placed at your bike. Bikes will be pre-racked (by you) the day before the race in numerical order. Your helmet must be clipped on before unracking your bike, and you must proceed on foot to exit T1 and head out onto the bike course.

Bike Leg – 90km

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Map: CyclingThe 90km bike is set on an undulating out-and-back which heads north between the soaring Carp Mountains and spectacular Pacific Ocean coastline.

The course heads out of town over ZhongHua bridge and hits the coast shortly after XiaoYeLiu. After which it continues along Taiwan’s beautiful east coast rolling trough Doulan and turning around before DongHe to head back to TaiTung city.

Aid Stations

Aid stations on the bike will be approximately 20km apart. These will have bike bottles with sports drink or water in them. Energy bars, salty snacks and bananas will also be available from specific aid stations.

Drafting

If you are caught drafting you will be penalized and/or disqualified. Please read the ‘Terms & Conditions’ which are part of the entry form for clarification on our drafting rules.

Transition 2 (T2)

Map: Swimming Once you come to the end of the bike, you must dismount before you enter T2 and walk your bike to your numbered rack. You must once again collect your T2 bag (bike to run) and proceed back to the men’s or women’s change tents to prepare for the run. Once again, put all of your cycling gear in your T2 bag and leave it at the collection point where our staff will collect it and place it at your bike after the race

Run Leg – 21.1km

Map: RunningThe run combines the cultural heart of Taitung city with the beautiful Pipa Lake Park, the surrounding tranquil rice fields and orchards and vibrant ocean promenade.

 

Aid Stations

Aid stations will be positioned approximately every 2.5km on the run. They will be offering sports drink, gels, bars, water, Coke, bananas and salt. Other foods will be available, and will vary from station to station. Sponges will also be available.

At the finish

As you come up the finish chute, take a little time to reflect on what you have achieved, and relish the experience of finishing “Challenge Taiwan”.

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FREE REGISTRATION CHALLENGE TAIWAN

4 Feb , 2015  

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90 kmCycling21 kmRunning 

1.9 kmSwimming

 

April 25th, 2015 / Taitung, Taiwan

 

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

 

The race was the most amazing that I have done. People were friendly and cheering and the volunteers were all adorable and helpful. You couldn’t find a better venue. Scenic and challenging. i really enjoyed racing it and giving everything I could. All the other organizers have been absolutely wonderful and helpful. Big big congratulations. –Olivier Courret

 

Thanks for a great race. We came over to see the Challenge brand in operation and to see what all the hype was about. I must say that it was a very positive experience. I hope you will appreciate some constructive feedback as I do like what you, and Felix and co are doing for the sport that is my passion. – Andrew O’Regan

 

Congratulations for the organization of such an amazing race! it was one of the best races I have ever done! The course, the organization, everything made this race a great race! you did an amazing job putting it together! –  Raynard Picard

 

Swim Leg – 1.9km

Map: Swimming

The swim course is set for Flowing Lake in TaiTung.

The one-lap swim is in a man-made reservoir within easy views for spectators watching from the shore. The course starts from a pontoon in an anti-clockwise direction with one turn buoy. The average water depth for most of the course is 2.5m.The swim course is in crystal clear water from a natural spring and mild temperatures.

The following rules will apply to the swim:

Wetsuit: to be confirmed at race briefing. Event swim cap: compulsory and is provided at registration

Transition 1 (T1)

Map: Swimming Exiting the swim course at Flowing Lake, you will need to collect your T1 (swim to bike) bag and proceed to either the men’s or women’s changing tents. Once you have changed into your cycling gear, please place all of your swim gear in your T1 bag and leave at the collection point. One of the Volunteers will collect your T1 bag which will be placed at your bike. Bikes will be pre-racked (by you) the day before the race in numerical order. Your helmet must be clipped on before unracking your bike, and you must proceed on foot to exit T1 and head out onto the bike course.

Bike Leg – 90km

Profile

Map: CyclingThe 90km bike is set on an undulating out-and-back which heads north between the soaring Carp Mountains and spectacular Pacific Ocean coastline.

The course heads out of town over ZhongHua bridge and hits the coast shortly after XiaoYeLiu. After which it continues along Taiwan’s beautiful east coast rolling trough Doulan and turning around before DongHe to head back to TaiTung city.

Aid Stations

Aid stations on the bike will be approximately 20km apart. These will have bike bottles with sports drink or water in them. Energy bars, salty snacks and bananas will also be available from specific aid stations.

Drafting

If you are caught drafting you will be penalized and/or disqualified. Please read the ‘Terms & Conditions’ which are part of the entry form for clarification on our drafting rules.

Transition 2 (T2)

Map: Swimming Once you come to the end of the bike, you must dismount before you enter T2 and walk your bike to your numbered rack. You must once again collect your T2 bag (bike to run) and proceed back to the men’s or women’s change tents to prepare for the run. Once again, put all of your cycling gear in your T2 bag and leave it at the collection point where our staff will collect it and place it at your bike after the race

Run Leg – 21.1km

Map: RunningThe run combines the cultural heart of Taitung city with the beautiful Pipa Lake Park, the surrounding tranquil rice fields and orchards and vibrant ocean promenade.

 

Aid Stations

Aid stations will be positioned approximately every 2.5km on the run. They will be offering sports drink, gels, bars, water, Coke, bananas and salt. Other foods will be available, and will vary from station to station. Sponges will also be available.

At the finish

As you come up the finish chute, take a little time to reflect on what you have achieved, and relish the experience of finishing “Challenge Taiwan”.

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Challenge Taiwan 70.3

2 Feb , 2015  

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April 25th, 2015 / Taitung, Taiwan

 

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

 

The race was the most amazing that I have done. People were friendly and cheering and the volunteers were all adorable and helpful. You couldn’t find a better venue. Scenic and challenging. i really enjoyed racing it and giving everything I could. All the other organizers have been absolutely wonderful and helpful. Big big congratulations. –Olivier Courret

 

Thanks for a great race. We came over to see the Challenge brand in operation and to see what all the hype was about. I must say that it was a very positive experience. I hope you will appreciate some constructive feedback as I do like what you, and Felix and co are doing for the sport that is my passion. – Andrew O’Regan

 

Congratulations for the organization of such an amazing race! it was one of the best races I have ever done! The course, the organization, everything made this race a great race! you did an amazing job putting it together! –  Raynard Picard

 

Swim Leg – 1.9km

Map: Swimming

The swim course is set for Flowing Lake in TaiTung.

The one-lap swim is in a man-made reservoir within easy views for spectators watching from the shore. The course starts from a pontoon in an anti-clockwise direction with one turn buoy. The average water depth for most of the course is 2.5m.The swim course is in crystal clear water from a natural spring and mild temperatures.

The following rules will apply to the swim:

Wetsuit: to be confirmed at race briefing. Event swim cap: compulsory and is provided at registration

Transition 1 (T1)

Map: Swimming Exiting the swim course at Flowing Lake, you will need to collect your T1 (swim to bike) bag and proceed to either the men’s or women’s changing tents. Once you have changed into your cycling gear, please place all of your swim gear in your T1 bag and leave at the collection point. One of the Volunteers will collect your T1 bag which will be placed at your bike. Bikes will be pre-racked (by you) the day before the race in numerical order. Your helmet must be clipped on before unracking your bike, and you must proceed on foot to exit T1 and head out onto the bike course.

Bike Leg – 90km

Profile

Map: CyclingThe 90km bike is set on an undulating out-and-back which heads north between the soaring Carp Mountains and spectacular Pacific Ocean coastline.

The course heads out of town over ZhongHua bridge and hits the coast shortly after XiaoYeLiu. After which it continues along Taiwan’s beautiful east coast rolling trough Doulan and turning around before DongHe to head back to TaiTung city.

Aid Stations

Aid stations on the bike will be approximately 20km apart. These will have bike bottles with sports drink or water in them. Energy bars, salty snacks and bananas will also be available from specific aid stations.

Drafting

If you are caught drafting you will be penalized and/or disqualified. Please read the ‘Terms & Conditions’ which are part of the entry form for clarification on our drafting rules.

Transition 2 (T2)

Map: Swimming Once you come to the end of the bike, you must dismount before you enter T2 and walk your bike to your numbered rack. You must once again collect your T2 bag (bike to run) and proceed back to the men’s or women’s change tents to prepare for the run. Once again, put all of your cycling gear in your T2 bag and leave it at the collection point where our staff will collect it and place it at your bike after the race

Run Leg – 21.1km

Map: RunningThe run combines the cultural heart of Taitung city with the beautiful Pipa Lake Park, the surrounding tranquil rice fields and orchards and vibrant ocean promenade.

 

Aid Stations

Aid stations will be positioned approximately every 2.5km on the run. They will be offering sports drink, gels, bars, water, Coke, bananas and salt. Other foods will be available, and will vary from station to station. Sponges will also be available.

At the finish

As you come up the finish chute, take a little time to reflect on what you have achieved, and relish the experience of finishing “Challenge Taiwan”.

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