The Century Tuna Ironman 70.3 Subic Bay Philippines is all set! A 1.9km swim at the HYS Yatch Club inRead more
Be in the know, SBR.ph nation! 1 Day to Go before REGISTRATION for all Sunrise Events, Inc. Triathlon Races opens! Set your computers and assure yourself of a slot in all SUNRISE EVENTS races!
Registration opens October 1, 2014. 8am Manila/HK time.
Aside from being able to register individually for each event, you also have the following optionsRead more
Dataran Lang, Langkawi, Malaysia (September 27, 2014) Sweden and Germany ruled the heat and humidity that IRONMAN Malaysia threw down roaring away with clear maiden IRONMAN wins.
The final result reads like a football score Sweden 1 Germany 1 with a maiden IRONMAN win for Sweden’s Patrik Nilsson and Germany’s Diana Reisler. This is how the day played out.
Triathletes of all ages! SAVE THE DATE! Registration for all Sunrise Events, Inc. Triathlon Races (Xterra Albay, Century Tuna Ironman 70.3 Subic Bay, Regent 5150 Philippines, Cobra Ironman 70.3 Philippines, and Safeguard Activ 5150) OPENS OCTOBER 1! Assure yourself of a slot in all SUNRISE EVENTS races!
Registration opens October 1, 2014. 8am Manila/HK time!Read more
She’s a two time Ironman World Champion, a course record holder, and owns the fastest Kona marathon record. Also, she “handily” won Challenge Roth this year.
Say anything you want about our next SBR.ph In[FOCUS] Pro Edition feature bor us, she’s now the undisputed Queen of Kona.
Without further ado, the reigning Ironman World Champion herself, Mirinda “Rinny” Carfrae!Read more
All aboard the Ironman Langkawi train! On September 27 at Langkawi, Malaysia, 119 Filipinos will attempt to conquer what was dubbed as the TOUGHEST SHOW ON EARTH.
This group is now the largest and second Philippine contingent ever to race in an Ironman distance race outside the country, the first one being the 90-member team which went to compete at the Ironman Asia Pacific Championship in Melbourne, Australia last March.
As they always say, great things come in small packages. Add the word “fast” in the equation, and you got yourself one heck of an athlete. Not a stranger to SBR.ph, we’ve featured her multiple times on our website. She’s also a consistent nominee to the SBR.ph Awards where she won the Women’s Age Group of the Year trophy last 2012.
Without further ado, we’re proud to welcome back and present to you, the 2014 Ironman 70.3 Philippines Filipino Elite Champion, Joyette Jopson.Read more
Congratulations to all the winners and finishers of the 2014 Cobra Ironman 70.3 Philippines!
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Did you know : out of 1765 participants in the individual category (1446 men & 235 women) the average finish time is 6:53:19.47. While in the relay category, out of the 151 relay teams, the average finish time is 6:53:21.25
Quick ResultsRead more
Now on its 6th year, the Cobra Ironman 70.3 Philippines continues to raise the bar when it comes to quality race organizing, and now, performance nutrition. The 3x SBR.ph Race of the Year winner, has been fueling the event for 6 years since 2009 when Ironman 70.3 was first brought here in the Philippines.Read more
SPOTTED! We scoured the 2014 Cobra Ironman 70.3 Philippines Expo in search of the latest and coolest products!
For this special, we SPOTTED a cool commemorative watch, a set of awesome home grown designed run visors, a cool way to stay fit (cycling wise!), and two of the latest SUPER bikes in the market.Read more
“But if we tilt the handlebar upward that won’t be aero!” I said to Arland as he was “mutilating” my very aero looking CEEPO Katana. Then he dropped the bomb, “let’s talk aero when you can average at least 40kph”. Alright, that shut me up.
The goal of any bike fitting session is to achieve the best balance between comfort and speed.
Since its Thursday and everyone’s posting #TBT pictures, I’ll do something different. See before SBR.ph started, I was just like any other athlete. Raring to train and join every race possible. I’m still pretty much like that today, with the difference being that I’m now on the other side of racing now (covering it).Read more