Saturday, April 30, 2011
ITU Subic Bay International Triathlon 2011 Asian Cup
April 30-May 1, 2011 * Subic Bay, Philippines
Tareef did well in his first international triathlon race by securing 4th place while Iman was 1st runner up in their respective categories. Aisya finished at 4th place yet was disqualified.
This is an International Triathlon Union (ITU) and Asian Cup Series event and is
organized by TRAP and officiated by International Technical Officials under the
supervision of ITU/ASTC.
The K-SWISS SuBIT 2011 will be the 18th edition of the longest running and
premier standard distance triathlon in the country. It has hosted the ITU Asian Triathlon
Championships twice in 1997 and 2004.
The event will implement environmental and conservation measures as part of
the GREEN TRIATHLON Initiative launched in January of this year. Some of the
initial steps include reducing the use of paper for registration, not handing out plastic
bags to the participants, and the recovery and segregation of materials used during the
race for the purpose of recycling/reuse.
Deadline of Submission & Payment of Entries is on April 17, 2011 or at 850
registered participants, whichever comes first.
Start at Dungaree Beach and Finish at Waterfront Rd., Central Business District
Apr 30, Saturday, 6am Female Elite Open/Under 23, Female Age Groupers,
Junior Sprint, Adult Sprint, Mini Sprint
Female Inter-Club Competition, Relay
Excerpt from Triathlon Philippines website
THE country’s young triathletes are out to curve names of their own as the
2011 ITU-K-Swiss Subic Bay International Triathlon (SUBIT) unfolds this
weekend at the Subic Bay Freeport.
Out to grab the limelight in the first day of action this Saturday of the event
sanctioned by the International Triathlon Union (ITU) and Asian Triathlon
Confederation (ASTC) are competitors in the 13-15 mini-sprint, junior male
and female elite.
Focus however will be on the 13-15 age group as participants will showcase
their young talents in their drive to earn the right to represent the country in the
2014 Youth Olympic Games.
Gabriel Allen Santiago, a multi-titled 14-year old triathlete who also is a member
of the national pool, leads the charge in the boys division in the event organized
by Triathlon Association of the Philippines (TRAP) in cooperation with Subic Bay
Metropolitan Authority (SBMA) with K-Swiss as its presenter.
Distance of the race is at 350-m swim, 10.5-k bike and 2.5-k run with Santiago’s
claim as the country’s top 13-15 triathlete to be put to test as he battles a number
of outstanding youth triathletes led by Cagayan De Oro’s Sixto "Louie" Lalanto,
Malaysia’s Mohd Tareef and 2009 champion Rommel Uy of Bacolod.
Also expected to crowd the favorites are Misamis Oriental trained Jimuel "Niko"
Patilan, Jose Marie "Jomai" Santos and Jose Nobles IV and Javier Ocampo from
Ten girls triathletes led by Malaysian Aisya Farisha Farid and MisOr bet
Victoria Deldio, will see action in the distaff side of the race also supported
by SPEEDO, David’s Salon, Century Tuna, Asian Centre for Insulation
Philippines, Gatorade, Fitness First, TIMEX, Philippine Sports Commission
(PSC) and Philippine Olympic Committee (POC).
“The SUBIT is one of the toughest races being held in this country because
aside from the foreign rivals, the event brings together the best local
triathletes in one tournament. Thus it is very important for our triathletes in
the 13-15 age division to prove themselves since we will select from this
group Philippines representative to the YOG,” said TRAP president Tom
Now on its 18th year, also expected to shine are seasoned triathletes who
will see action in the Junior Male and Female Elite.
Asian Beach Games veteran Philip Jurolan will join hands with Mark Altura,
Jose Ignacio Mapa and Kurt Cabanilla as they carry the country's color in
the Junior Male against top bets from Hong Kong, Iran and Malaysia.
Davao City's Mary Pauline Fornea, Misamis Oriental's Samantha Tiro and
Manila's Gabrielle Santos will do battle with powerhouse junior team from
Hong Kong in the Junior Female.
Also racing this Saturday is the Female Elite and Female U-23 with
multi-titled LC Langit and Kim Mangrobang to carry the cudgels of the
host country against top bets from Japan, Australia, New Zealand,
Netherlands, and Israel.
Saturday, April 16, 2011
RUN for Japan
April 17, 2011 @ 5:15am
Fort Bonifacio Global City
Organizer: Greentennial Events Management
Our family joined the 3K event and only Aina finished podium for the Female Category. The race is to help in the on-going relief operations to the victims of the Japan earthquake and tsunami. The organizer, Greentennial Events has come up with a fund raising run entitled RUN FOR JAPAN.
Donation of P350 for all categories 3K, 5K and 10K includes souvenir singlet and race number
Read more: http://www.pinoyfitness.com/2011/03/run-for-japan-april-17-2011/#ixzz1JjjpWyG9
Saturday, April 9, 2011
Venue: Narra Park,Ayala Alabang Village,Muntilupa City
April 10, 2011 Sunday 6am
2011 SPEEDO Super TriKids Multi-Sports Festival was held on April 10 at Ayala Alabang in Muntinlupa City.
Organized by the Triathlon Association of the Philippines (TRAP) in cooperation with the Ayala Alabang Village Association (AAVA), a big field of triathletes aged six years old and below to 16 and over took part in the event that featured aquathlon and triathlon competitions.
Backed by the Philippine Olympic Committee (POC) and Philippine Sports Commission (PSC), the race venue will be the La Salle Zobel-Narra Park Grounds with distances to vary depending on the age of the participants.
Now on its fifth year, the STK Multi-Sports Festival is a major ingredient of TRAP’s grassroots development program and the main reason as to why triathlon is a fast growing sport in the country.
Both Aina & Aisya participated in the 13-15 age categoty 300m swim,11.6k bike and 2.5 run. Aina won her category and Aisya at 5th place.
Sunday, April 3, 2011
Aina won the Female 13 to 16 category, where she swam 600 meters while the run was 5 km.
Aisya joined the 12 and under category where they swim 400 meters before running a 3 km course around the Ateneo Campus. She finished at 7th place.
Ateneo Aquathlon is a swim-run event hosted annually by the Ateneo Swim Team. This year it is held at the Ateneo Campus on April 3, 2011.
FAST Aquathlon 2011 features three events: The Aquathlon Classic, Aquathlon Lite and Aquathlon Relay.
Friday, April 1, 2011
Aina, Aisya and the dad participate in the event where Aina join the 13-14 Age Category,Aisya in the 11-12 Age Category and the dad join the relay with Coach Andrew. Aina won the race and the dad settles at No 3. Not bad.
Saturday 2nd April
Open to all ISM Student/Faculty/Staff/Parent Community.
Age Groups 13/14, 15-18 and Adults
Start Time 8:00am
Run 600m Swim 400m Run 1400m
Age Groups 9/10 11/12
Registration time – 8:00am
Start Time 8:30am
Run 300m Swim 300m Run 1000m
RACE 3 –
Age Groups 8 and Under
Start Time 9:00am
Run 150m Swim 200m Run 500m
RACE 4 -Relay Race
Categories – Student/Student, Adult/Student, Adults/Adult,
Run 600m Swim 800m Run 1400m
Awards Ceremony – 10:00am