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The loooong wait is over! Start training ’cause Salomon XTrail Pilipinas is on for another thrilling trail experience this coming July 23 at Subic Bay Freeport Zone!
A new trail surprise awaits you in the finish line!
Registration opens on May 15.
You may register at the following stores:
Salomon SM Megamall
Salomon, SM North Annex
Salomon Glorietta 3
Salomon SM Aura.
DANAO City will be hosting next year’s Xterra Off-road Triathlon, Sunrise Events Inc. (SEI), the race’s organizer, announced today.
Princess Galura, general manager of SEI, met with Cebu’s Fifth District Representative Ramon “Red” Durano VI earlier today along with Cebu Provincial Administrator Mark Tolentino and Cebu Provincial Sports Commission vice chairman Miguel Magpale where they discussed the city’s hosting of the race.
The race is returning to Cebu for the fist time since Liloan hosted the event in 2014.
Liloan had actually hosted the event for four years.
Albay hosted the event in 2015 and 2016. The province actually signed a three-year contract with SEI but decided to discontinue hosting the race for the third straight time.
The race is scheduled on April 14 next year. Registration will start on October 26.
Durano VI and Tolentino are excited about the city’s hosting. SDanao has urged the SEI to discover other towns and cities in Cebu that can be a potential venue for a triathlon race, according to Galura.
The race features a 1.5-kilometer swim, 35k off-road bike course and 10k trail run.
Danao is also bidding to host an international mountain bike competition and the Palarong Pambansa next year.
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Our registration for 2017 race has opened, we look forward to welcoming you all to Danang for the third edition of the VNG Ironman 70.3 Vietnam powered by Number 1 Energy Drink.
Take advantage of early bird rates for race registration and hotel packages at our partner hotels from [September 12, – October 11, 2016]. REGISTER NOW!
While it is not one of Vietnam´s most popular tourist destinations, Da Nang is one of the country´s largest cities and the economic center of the country´s central region. The result is a city with solid transportation links, easy access to many beautiful beaches and amazing sightseeing.
Tourists who wish to travel directly to Da Nang can fly to Da Nang International Airport (DAD), which is the third–busiest in Vietnam. For those already in Vietnam and not wishing to fly from Hanoi or Ho Chi Minh City, Da Nang is connected to most major cities and towns in Vietnam through its bus station and Da Nang Railway Station. This is the most update international direct fly to Danang. CHECK IT OUT
Things to Do
Danang is famous for the 30–km stretch of white–sand beach within 100 km of three UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including the Imperial City of Hue, Hoi An Ancient Town and the My Son ruins. The city is also home to the Museum of Cham Sculpture. Founded by a French institute in the 1915, the museum contains the best collection of stone artwork from the Cham, a Hindu civilization that inhabited central Vietnam until the 14th century.
Calling all swimmers who want to get a feel of multisport and thinking of doing a triathlon one day and for off-season or tapering triathletes looking for a brick work-out. This is for you!
Four-in-one aquathlon up at Subic Freeport
MANILA, Philippines – The quest for glory in the run-swim-run aquathlon format of multisport fires off Sept. 11 when the first Philippine Aquathlon Championship is held at the Camayan Beach Resort in the Subic Bay Freeport Zone.
The 4-in-1 event’s race courses will be composed of a 2.5K run-1K swim-2.5K run in the Standard Distance, 1K run-600m swim-1K run (sprint) at the Camayan Beach Resort, Subic and the Ilanin Forest Reserve.
The event will have national championships for high-school level and college level participants, the Youth and Junior competition (athletes born in 2001 to 2002 will be considered for 2018 Youth Olympic Games in Buenos Aires, Argentina), the Age-Group Para-Aquathlon (for athletes with disabilities) and Open Age Age-Groupers.
At stake in the event supported by Philippine Sports Commission, Camayan Beach Resort, Subica Bay Metropolitan Authority Tourism Department (SBMA-Tourism), Subic Holiday Villas, The Lighthouse Marina Resort, Standard Insurance, Gatorade, Asian Centre for Insulation Philippines, RaceDay, SBR.ph, Multisport, Kikay Runner, SWIM and DZSR Sports Radio 918 are cash prizes worth P3,000, P2,000 and P1,000 plus medals for the Top 3 overall male/female winners, and medals for Top 3 winners of age categories as well as inter-school and para-aquathlon. The awarding ceremony will be held at Camayan Beach Resort at 9:30 a.m.
Registration is ongoing with early bird entry fees at P1,000 for Youth participants, P1,500 for Junior and individual age-group participants and P2,500 for the two-man relay until July 31.
Effective Aug. 31 entry fees will be P1,500, P2,000 and P3,000, respectively, for the various categories. Inclusive with entry fees are a swim cap, timing chip, event shirt, finisher’s medal and post-race meal.
Interested parties may call up the Triathlon Association of the Philippines (TRAP) at tel. Nos. 710-8259 and 399-6598, email email@example.com
Online registration can be done athttps://regonline.activeglobal.com/philippineaquathlon.