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Singapore International Triathlon Race Review

all images by Orange Room/Zan Ang Photography This year’s Singapore International Triathlon saw new national champions crowned over the sprint distance (750-meter swim, 18-kilometer bike ride, 5-kilometer run) at East Coast Park on September 10. In the men’s race, Youth Olympic...
Posted On Sep 23 2017
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Ironman Gurye Race Review

Ironman Gurye Race Review Last year, South Korea has one Ironman-branded race in its calendar, and it is the Ironman 70.3 Gurye.   Being host to the 70.3 race the past three years, the same organizing group levelled it up and held the inaugural full distance Ironman Gurye last...
Posted On Sep 14 2017
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Course Review: Krabi International Triathlon, Thailand

Krabi Triathlon Course Review Thailand’s triathlon scene keeps on growing fast and Krabi Triathlon is the new option in the events calendar. The race was sponsored by the local hotels association and related government agencies and organized by Tab Agency, who holds the...
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2017 Ironman 70.3 Bintan Course Review

The 2017 update to the Ironman 70.3 Bintan Course Review This year, the Ironman 70.3 Bintan garnered around 1.500 participants. This year, there was a small change in the run course.  The organizers added a shaded section that was also slightly undulating, as well as a out and...
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The Complete Canadaman Xtreme Triathlon Travel Guide

Everything you need to know to compete in this extreme Triathlon The inaugural Canadaman / Woman Xtreme Triathlon was a stunning success. Following the line of the Xtreme Triathlon series (Norseman, Swissman, Celticman and Stoneman), the challenge in Quebéc led athletes to the...
Posted On Jul 21 2017
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Challenge Nakhon Nayok, Thailand – Course Review

INTRO Challenge Nakhon Nayok is Thailand´s second Challenge race and a contrast of the alternative event, Challenge Kanchanaburi. While Kanchanaburi can be described as one of the world’s toughest half distance event, Nakhon Nayok is fast and flat, a nice combination for...
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Sungailiat Triathlon Course Review: A Draft-Legal Half Distance Race in Indonesia

Sungailiat Triathlon is on the top of the list for many Indonesian triathletes due to its challenging course and the race has been running now for several years by a very experienced team. The event offers three distances: Sprint, Olympic and Half Distance (1.9k swim / 90k bike /...
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Course Review: Powerman Malaysia

Malaysia hosted the first edition of Powerman in 2002 and the brand has since then established its reputation as one of the bigger duathlon events in the world.  This year, the event attracted 3.500 athletes, making it the world largest Duathlon event.  With two distance...
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Course Review: Powerman Indonesia in BSD City, Jakarta, Indonesia

The inaugural Powerman Indonesia took place in BSD City (Bumi Serpong Damai) located in the Tangerang district of the greater Jakarta region.  With the event tagged as Powerman World Series, the same with Powerman Philippines and Powerman Thailand, it features similar distance...
Posted On Feb 23 2017
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Course Review: Powerman Nakhon Nayok, Thailand

The inaugural Powerman Thailand took place in Nakhon Nayok, around 2 hours northeast of Bangkok.   Aside from the classic distance of 10k run / 60k bike / 10k run, athletes also had the option to race a shorter version 5k run/30k bike/5k run.  The event was held beside the local...
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The Best Triathlon Races in Asia – 2016

Another year is behind us and the amount of races in Asia keeps on increasing, our 2016 calendar had over 60 events in 12 different countries. This year, AsiaTRI covered over 35 events, from local triathlons to all the world championships; no other media outlet was present in so...
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Ironman 70.3 Thailand – Course Review

by Vinnie Santana (AsiaTRI Contributor and Triathlon Coach in Bangkok and online at  ironguides.net) After a 3-year hiatus, Ironman is back in the Phuket island of Thailand, under a new organizing team, Sunrise Events Inc. which also holds the Ironman license for all Ironman...