Cobra Ironman 70.3 takes to the sea

The Cobra Energy Drink Ironman 70.3 Philippines takes to the sea in Cebu as the province hosts its fourth staging as well as the Alaska Milk Ironkids Triathlon on August 4 – 5, 2012.

After racing in a man-made lake the past three years participants will swim in open water as the Cobra Energy Drink Ironman 70.3 Philippines holds the 1.2-mile swim part in the sea starting at the beach of the Shangri-La’s Mactan Resort & Spa in Mactan Island. The province of Cebu will literally host the event with the 56-mile bike ride traversing four municipalities ( Lapu Lapu, Mandaue, Cebu City and Talisay). The culminating 13.1-mile run will be at Punta Engano, Lapu Lapu City.

Race organizer Sunrise Events, Inc. promises to top the wildly successful races of the past three years assuring that that this year’s race will be its biggest, most exciting edition yet.

A huge field of 1,319 individuals and 115 relay teams from 31 countries, with 350 on the wait list, will test their strength and endurance once again as Ironman 70.3 Philippines provides another once-in-a-lifetime triathlon experience. Alaska Milk Ironkids Triathlon on the other hand is for the youngsters. It is the local junior version of the international triathlon series, Ironman. It is open to kids age 6 to 14 years old and aims to promote an active lifestyle for kids to promote their health. Leading the Cobra Energy Drink Ironman 70.3 Philippines are the professional triathletes including back-to-back champion Pete Jacobs of Australia.
Jacobs, who has become a regular fixture of the Cobra Energy Drink Ironman 70.3 Philippines, will gun for an unprecedented third consecutive victory after winning the past two editions in 2010 and 2011. He will have his hands full against Cobra Energy Drink Ironman 70.3 Philippines inaugural champion Terenzo Bozzone from New Zealand who won the 2009 race. Other male professionals include Fredrik Croneborg from Sweden, Justin Granger from Australia, Mathieu O’Halloran of Alaska TeamTBB Philippines who now lives in the Philippines and Jesse Thomas from the United States.

Defending champion Belinda Granger, also from Australia who is fresh from her triumph at the Century Tuna 5i50 Triathlon in Subic, aims for back-to-back titles against familiar face Bree Wee from the United States who was in third place last year. Ali Fitch of Alaska TeamTBB Philippines from Australia will also be in the mix.

The presenting sponsor of the Cobra Energy Drink Ironman 70.3 Philippines is Globe Telecom. The official carrier is the Philippine Airlines. Media partners are MultiSport magazine, the Philippine Star and Studio 23. The event is also sponsored by Alaska Milk Corporation, Century Tuna, David’s Salon, Intercare, K-Swiss, Oakley and Powerade. Official photographer is Finisher Pix while the host venue is Shangri-La’s Mactan Resort & Spa. Official hotel partners are BE Resorts, Crimson Resort & Spa, Movenpick Resort & Spa, Radisson Blu,

The Ironman 70.3 Philippines has become one of the most-awaited sporting events in the country attracting thousands of participants since its inception in 2009.

For more information, check out the Cobra Energy Drink IronMan 70.3 Philippines website, www.ironman703phil.com.

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The Sports As I Know It

When you became a part of sports community, whether it might be  running, biking, swimming, or the combined sports of triathlon, you get to meet people which later on becomes your friend. And it is not only the sports you share with each other, you have relationship with this people beyond that sports. The community that each one of us shares with now becomes a society. Now, what does a society means?

SOCIETY (noun)
  The noun SOCIETY has 4 senses:

1. an extended social group having a distinctive cultural and economic organization
2. a formal association of people with similar interests
3. the state of being with someone
4. the fashionable elite

All of the meaning given above clearly states of what we have. All of us have an extended social group beyond what we have with our family, relatives, work friends, and church friends. We have formed a bond that focuses on our interest, and thus an online forums and websites have been created. We long to be with these person, we schedule long runs, movie dates, and even coffee time. Here are some pictures that I have with the people that I have acquainted because of running. 🙂

 

Thank you so much! 🙂

Alaska Ironkids Triathlon 2012 Goes to Cebu

Hubby and I believes that in order to instill discipline in a child, we should introduce them to sports. When both of us were hooked into running, we opted the kids to join us. And Alaska Ironkids was the race that made my kids love the sports of running. It was 2010 when Rebeccah joined her very first 1K run.

 
Before and during the race. 🙂

With her twin sister after the race, proudly wearing her Alaska Ironkids shirt

It was also because of this race that my kids even tried and joined triathlons, we as a parents should support our kids for them to build confidence and have a discipline in life that will be of use to them.

Proudly wearing their medals, they won 1st and 2nd in their age group

For those parents out there who wants their kids introduced in sports, you may register them for Alaska Ironkids race, you may check the calendar HERE. Hope to see you kids on the road. 😉

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Press Release for the 2012 Alaska Ironkids Triathlon:
This August, all eyes will be on Cebu Province as it hosts this year’s much-anticipated sporting event for kids— Alaska IronKids Triathlon. More than a hundred triathletes, 6 to 14 years old, are expected to show up at the starting lines at the Shangri-La Mactan Resort on August 5, hopefully surpassing the record number of 95 participants set last year at the CamSur Watersports Complex (CWC) in Pili, Camarines Sur. With their parents and family in tow to cheer for them, the event promises to be a family affair to remember.
Expected to defend their titles are frontrunners and early race favorites Tara Borlain and Eric Almendral, last year’s winners in the 6-8 y/o cataegory; Sophia Marie Vizcarra and Lance Vincent Plaza, winners of the 11-12 y/o category; and  Magali Echauz and Justine Kyle Mapalo, winners of the 13-14 y/o category. Those interested can still join. Just log on to http://www.ironkidsphil.com. Registration is ongoing.
Alaska IronKids is the junior counterpart of the world-renowned triathlon event IronMan where kids 6 to 14 years old race through three sporting events: Swimming, Biking and Running. The race is divided into four age categories: 6-8 years old, 9-10 y/o, 11-12 y/o and 13-14 y/o. It is open to kids who are new to the sport as well as those who have already competed in other triathlon events.
A year-long sporting event, Alaska IronKids has so far completed three legs this year — two marathons, held at University of Makati and Mall of Asia and an aquathlon, held at the Palms Country Club. Another triathlon is scheduled on October 23 at Pico de Loro, Batangas).Since its inception in 2010, Alaska IronKids has become a symbol for active and healthy lifestyle among kids. Its successful races have encouraged kids to take care of their bodies through exercise and proper nutrition and have instilled in them commitment and discipline, all of which are advocacies of the Alaska Milk Corporation. In addition, Alaska IronKids has also become a venue where families can bond and support each other.

Among the sponsors of Alaska IronKids Triathlon are Alaska Milk Corporation as the title sponsor, Mc Donalds, Time Studio, Powerade, Prudential Guarantee, Private Iris, and Viva Mineral Water as the other sponsors. For more information, check out the Alaska IronKids website, http://www.ironkidsphil.com and http://www.alaskamilk.com.ph

The Week at a a Glance:

 

36th National Milo Marathon

The 36th National Milo Marathon, Manila Eliminations will be held on July 29, 2012 at the Mall of Asia, Below are details about the race.

 

Race Category and Registration Fee:

 

When and Where you can Register?

  • In-Store registration: Regular Registration – June 11 to July 22, 2012
  • Registration centers:
  1. Riovana Store BGC( 28th St. cor. 9th Ave., Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City Mon-Sun : 12am to 9pm
  2. Riovana Store Katipunan (3rd floor Regis Bldg. Katipunan, Quezon City. Across Ateneo and Beside KFC Mon-Sun : 10am to 8pm)
  3. Tobys (SM Mall of Asia, G/F Entertainment Hall, Roxas Blvd., Manila    Mon-Sun, 12nn to 8pm)
  4. Tobys (Trinoma Mall, Edsa cor. North Ave.    Mon-Sun, 12nn to 8pm)

This will be the cut off for each category, note that even before this had been the usual cut off time, so you might want to train in order to reach the cut-off time. Milo knows that you can do it! 😉

For the 21K and 42K runner, please note that you will have time limit, meaning you have to be at a certain kilometer for you to be able to continue and finish the race, see the table below:

Since this is a qualifying race, note that you have to finish within the cut-off time per category, see table below

And you might also want to know the cut-off time for the qualifying provincial race, please know that the distance for the provincial qualifier is half marathon or 21K.

This is what you will get once you finish the race

Here is the Calendar of the Milo Races for this year

Fore more information and for the rules and regulations, you can read here: RULES & REGULATIONS


Toni Gonzaga for Coke Zero

I really can’t help it but to share this video of Toni Gonzaga for Coke Zero, she is really a versatile actress. Have fun watching.

“With so much on her plate, can Toni Gonzaga really enjoy everything? Or will she end up compromising? Watch this entertaining video and see how Toni portrays the many roles in her life. Then you’ll understand why Coke Zero chose her to be its newest ambassador.”

Find out how you can have it all with Coke Zero by visiting:

http://www.facebook.com/CocaColaZero

Adrenaline Off Road Duathlon


RACE INFORMATION
 
Date, Day & Time of Event:
September 9, 2012, Sunday, 6am
Event Venue: La Mesa Forest Reserve                                                   
Race Distances: 6km Run, 25km Bike, 3km Run
Race Categories:
Elite (Male & Female)
Age group:
Male:
  • 16~19 yrs
  • 20~24
  • 25~29
  • 30~34
  • 35~39
  • 40~44
  • 45~49
  • 50 & above
Female:
  • 16~19 yrs
  • 20~29
  • 30~39
  • 40 & above
 
Awards and Prizes:
Medals and prizes will be awarded to Overall Top Three in Male and Female Categories.
Medals and prizes will be awarded to TOP THREE in each age group.
 
Registration: Submit filled-up entry form with your fee at Registration Center mentioned below.
Participants may also pay through:
  • BPI (Anna Marissa Remigio, S/A No. 0429-3165-61), or
  • PNB (Anna Marissa Nagtalon, S/A No. 1002-8030-0012).
Then, Email or Fax entry form and deposit  slip (clear &/or enlarged copy) with name to Fax #: 932-9071
Keep receipt/bank deposit slip & submit during Registration.
Registration Centers:
  • Bike King at Bonifacio High Street , Tel. #: +632 -856-3362
  • Cycling Zone:  Shell Pacific Gas Station, Alabang-Zapote Road, Muntinlupa Tel.: 02-809-6736
  • Life Cycle Bicycle Shop: G-Strip, Greenhills Shopping Center, San Juan. (c/o Rob)Tel: 02-5842862, 584-2442, 661-3424
  • Velocipede Bike Shop: Unit B, Royale Place Arcade (Beside Ever Gotesco Commonwealth) Tel: 02-3518488
  • Trinity Cycle Shop: 41 Commonwealth ave. QC (beside Hyundai and Nissan ) Tel.: 02-4426591
 Registration Fees/Schedule: (Inclusive of race packet, Breakfast, finisher’s medal, singlet, Timing Chip)
P1,200 (July 1-August 1)
P1,600 (August 2- 27)
Deadline of Registration: August 27, 2012
 
For Inquiries please contact:
Thumbie Remigio
Email: adrenalinemultisport@gmail.com
Mobile phone: +632-917-8486243
Popo Nagtalon Remigio
Email: popo_nagtalon@yahoo.com
Mobile phone: +632-908-9086621