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Duaman Duathlon 2014 | Race Results and Review

Congratulations to all the winners and finishers of the 2nd leg of the Tri Series, the Duaman Duathlon! Bigger props to the NEWBIES and DUATHLON first timers! You are a Duaman!

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DUAMAN album 1 RUN

Duaman album 2 Bike leg

Duaman Album 3 Bike Leg

Duaman Album 4 (Finishline)

Duaman album 4 (Finishline)

Duaman Album 5 (Finishline)

Duaman Album 6 (awarding)

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2x Awards Duathlete of the Year dominated the 6k Run, 20k bike, 3k Run Duaman Duathlon with a dominating 1:05:17 performance. Finishing a clear 7 minutes ahead of nearest competitor, Aver Sister, who finished in 1:12:01. Christopher Iblan of Team Sante Barley wrapped up the men’s overall with a 1:14:14 time. In the women’s division, everyone cheered and roared when Olympian Vicky Deldio of Yellow Cab – Tri Clark crossed the finish line in first place, with a time of 1:16:22. Nhea Ann Barcena of Team Sante Barley and Maria Bacalzo of XM finished second and third, with a 1:22:33 and 1:29:26 finish time respectively.

Quick Results :

Race number First name Last name Age category Team name RUN1 Split Time BIKE Split Time RUN2 Split Time Finish time
206 Robeno Javier M30 – 34 TIMEX – Gold’s Gym TMM 0:22:01 0:29:02 0:14:16 1:05:17
333 Aver Sister M35 – 39 0:24:27 0:32:00 0:15:36 1:12:01
152 Christopher Iblan M25 – 29 Team Sante Barley 0:24:08 0:34:43 0:15:25 1:14:14
2 Vicky Deldio F16 – 19 Tri Clark 0:25:53 0:33:04 0:17:27 1:16:22
28 Nhea Ann Barcena F30 – 39 Team Sante Barley 0:26:17 0:38:41 0:17:38 1:22:33
24 Maria Bacalzo F30 – 39 XM 0:30:39 0:38:51 0:19:59 1:29:26

As for the weather, we couldn’t ask for anything more as the Duaman’s were blessed with near-perfect racing conditions. Honestly, all the Duaman’s had to do was to race safe, avoid accidents,  stay hydrated with Gatorade, and make sure they cross the finish line!

We apologize for the slip up on the finisher’s race and we do sincerely hope that. We’re hoping that it didn’t ruin your race experience :)

Thank you guys for joining! See you this Sunday for the Triman Triathlon!


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A triathlete making a comeback and a true blue Scorpio. That sums it up quite nicely :)

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