Local Multisport News


Open Water Challenge Leg 2 | July 18, 2015 | Race Info | Course Map

All set for the Open Water Challenge Leg 2! See you guys on July 18, 2015 at Pico de Loro! Check out race details below! See you guys!

Official Schedule 
7-8am Registration
7:45am Briefing.
8:00am Gun Start for Kids and Collegiate
8:30am Mass Gun Start – Buddy Buddy, Relay, Individual 1.5km, 2km and 3km
10:30am […] Continue Reading…


Cobra Ironman 70.3 Send-Off Expo Year 2 | July 3-5, 2015

For most people, the half-year point is the time to reassess the achievements of the last six months. But for the swim-bike-run community, it’s a time to brace themselves for the most grueling and most cutthroat triathlon race in the country. The 1.9K swim, 90K bike, and 21K run […] Continue Reading…


National Duathlon Championships 2015 | September 12-13, 2015

Let’s get rocking and go to Cebu on September 12-13 for the National Duathlon Championships 2015! Check out the info below for the race details!

The National Duathlon Championships is happening on Sept. 12-13,2015 in SRP Lantaw, Cebu! Register now and take advantage of the early bird rate!

Entry Fees:
Standard Distance […] Continue Reading…


Bataan International Triathlon Roadshow | Manila Leg

Teams, athletes, and coaches! The biggest leg of the Bataan International Triathlon Roadshow is here! Join the Bataan International Triathlon Roadshow this Saturday, June 27, 2015 at Seafood Island Venice Piazza, McKinley Hill and find out what Bi3 is all about! Lunch will be served to all participants!
Find out why […] Continue Reading…


2015 Challenge Camsur | Race Results and Review

Camsur is back! After a 3 year hiatus from hosting a major triathlon event, Challenge Camsur is back on the map and wrapped up its inaugural comeback. Dubbed as “hot and spicy”, the 2015 Challenge Camsur definitely lived up to its billing. The weather was scorching hot that even with the […] Continue Reading…

Open Water Challenge Leg 2 | Pico de Loro | July 18, 2015

2015 Regent 5150 | Race Results and Review

Breaking : Nikko Huelgas Wins Gold in the 2015 South East Asian Games!

Maria Claire Adorna Wins Gold in the 2015 South East Asian Games

Compressport TriClub Challenge | August 15, 2015

SBR Feature


Flipped Out | A FlipBelt Gear Review

How many times have you ran while holding your car keys or your energy gel?  As triathletes, it’s fair to assume that most of us don’t / can’t running without the following in tow :

Car Keys
Mp3 Player
GPS Watch
Energy Gel
Your supercalifragilistic must-have accessory

In short, you carry A LOT of stuff. The […] Continue Reading…


A Dog Gone World | The Curious Case of Triathlon Events and Dog Poisoning

Last week, a post by Emma Gomez on facebook regarding Dog Poisoning in Bohol sparked an outrage among the triathlon community. Gomez mentioned that there has been “mass poisoning of Dogs” in Bohol leading up to certain triathlon events. Immediately the blame game started like wildfire. Names of the organizers […] Continue Reading…


Don’t Cramp, Don’t Bonk… Use E-Gel! | Now In The Philippines! #beyourbest

Tired of bonking or cramping during a race? The answer is finally available in the Philippines! e-Gel is the first and only Electrolyte Energy Gel with 5 times the sodium and double the potassium of traditional energy gels. […] Continue Reading…

Is Triathlon An Individual Sport? Only When You Want It To Be.

The Numbers Game | A Closer Look At Lactate Testing

SPOTTED : Top 5 Finds At The ASTC Asian Triathlon Cup Expo | TRAINING / RACING / GEAR

BREAKING : #AquamanAquathlon New Venue | Open Water

Coach Comparo Part 2 | Choose The Right Coach



Appropriate Race Day Swim Gear That Can Make You Swim Faster

As the triathlon world has its eyes on the Ironman World Championships this weekend, in the warm waters of Hawaii, you will likely see most of the participants using a speedsuit for the swim leg of the Ironman.
The speedsuit is an option for non-wetsuit swims, and while it may […] Continue Reading…



You’re flying along enjoying your first Ironman then you hit 120km and KABOOM! How many athletes experience this at 120km in an Ironman ride, it’s amazing how often this happens and athletes have a very logical but false impression of how to prevent this. Our natural response is we do […] Continue Reading…


Race Day – Avoiding Mistakes

Getting to race day fit and ready to race is a hard task and a challenge to every athlete and coach. I would say as a coach those final 2 weeks before a race are the most stressful of an entire program, not so much in terms of the […] Continue Reading…

Swim Fit


6 Tips to Improve Your Run

A 70.3 Q & A (Question And Answer)

3 Most Important Bike Sessions in Triathlon