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Challenge Taiwan announces new plans for 2015

After two successful years of Challenge Taiwan the management team has taken time to restructure and leverage the position to take the event to the next level, improve the athlete’s experience and the festival spirit of the event. Challenge Taiwan has announced new partnerships, alliances and team expansion to fuel further growth in Taiwan and internationally.

Challenge Taiwan is thriving with the recent collaboration of the influential and multiple world champion Chris McCormack.  As a brand ambassador, Chris will utilize his connections in the world of professional triathlon, while supporting registered athletes with race specific training and guidance.  He eagerly awaits his trip to Taitung to enjoy the festival and experience the determination and enthusiasm presented by the local athletes. The devotion of Chris together with the dynamic Challenge Taiwan team promises another spectacular event with the already famous Challenge Family atmosphere.

Establishing Challenge as a superior event in Taiwan, Michael D’Hulst continues to showcase his passion for the sport, proving his appreciation for the athletes and supporters are the motives for his success. His focus continues to be on quality, creating a sensational atmosphere for athlete experience and capturing the exhilaration and emotion of this sensational sport.  Continually seeking an elite standard, course layout has been perfected along with station setup, finish line atmosphere and overall event activities for the ultimate endurance festival combining sport, family and friends, food, and the local culture of Taiwan.

Growth and quality of Challenge Taiwan continues to flourish with Kay Trippner’s[VM1] recent involvement, Kay is a passionate triathlete and a long term health and lifestyle freak, with a decade of cooperate experience in Asia, acquiring his sponsorship expertise will undoubtedly influence Challenge Taiwan to continue to be one of the fastest growing races in Asia!  

Devoted athletes can now enhance their goals and advance their limits as an advantage of Challenge Taiwan’s recent partnership with Thanyapura Sports Club, granting access to world-class facilities and expert coaches located in the exquisite destination of Phuket, Thailand.  

Challenge Taiwan maintains its commitment to the official race date of April 25, 2015 and will hold the Challenge Taiwan half (113) and a innovative short distance race on that confirmed date. Challenge Taiwan full (226) will be adapted to a later date in consideration of the busy Taiwan racing schedule, and in appreciation of athletes desiring the opportunity to participate in all international races. 

Registration for April’s event is now open with early bird pricing available for a limited numbers. For further information and entries, visit www.challenge-taiwan.com

Dylan McNiece was the 2014 Challenge Taiwan Champion (Full Distance) in 8:23:44

 

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