Tri-Factor World Championship launched in Quzhou, China

Top Asian multisport brand TRI-Factor has announced a bigger World Championship event in China Quzhou on 21-22 September 2019. 11th year edition with 2 new countries across Asia, Vietnam and Indonesia saw a bigger demand of ahtletes to join into the TRI-Factor global program. Top 50 winners from the 2019 regional TRI-Factor races will qualify for the TRI-Factor World Championship elite race with a total cash prize purse of more $20,000. All age group athlete slots were sold out within hours from launch.

TRI-Factor mission is to provide everyone deserve a chance to achieve their upmost potential and aspire to provide a progressive and comphensive platform of races for all athletes across varying capabilities to get together and inspire each other to excel and drives deeper commitment to a active and healthy lifestyle. TRI-Factor launches 2 new iconic races destinations in Vientam – Vung Tau and Indonesia- Belitung and will be working closely with the National Triathlon Federations and local partners to embed the TF Academy grassroot programs in 2020. This will expansion and initiative seeks to outreach to a wider community and to provide athletes across countries and compentacy with the opportunity to progress further into the sport and beyond.

TRI-Factor also launch new awards, such as Series World Champions, Best Country Athlete of the Year, Best Country Junior Athlete of the Year, Best Veteran Country Athlete of the Year, Top First-Timer Athlete, and Top First-Timer Junior Athlete. Companies and triathlon clubs can also get on the board with the Club Challenge and Corporate Challenge which has country and regional categories.

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Mr. Elvin Ting, Managing Director of Orange Room Pte Ltd., says, “We’re pleased to announce TRI-Factor Series™ World Champion in Quzhou along with our TRI-Factor Aademy program. I am surprise to see the strong demand of our races as the race registration take up was all snapped up within hours from our press launch. I am also humbly honoured to have the opportunity to work with triathlon legends like MR Cameron Brown to launch the TRI-Factor Academy programs. Our purpose is to provide our athletes a platform for the athletes to grow their skils as they progrss into races throughout our TRI-Factor season. We launch a 2019 campaign #RaceLikeNoOther in hopes to reinforce athletes experiences and memories that last for a lifetime. We would like to thank all our sponsors and partners for making it happen and we look forward to bringing all our participant an experience they will never forget.

Mr Eugene Lee, Triathlon Singapore Honarary Secretary and Asia Triathlon Confederation Executive Board Member says, “I am pleased to see how the sport of triathlon can be a catalyst in building strong regional relationships with government bodies, federations, local communities and even commercial businesses. TRI-Factor being an established event in Singapore flagships this collaborative initiative and I do look forward to future opportunities across the region.”

12 times Ironman Champion and TRI-Factor Global Ambassador Mr Cameron Brown,  says. “I am excited to see how TRI-Factor is growing from strength to strength and I am pleased to have the opportunity to spearhead the TRI-Factor Academy program where we empower age group athletes with the techincal knowledge to progress within the sport. With my 33 years of progessional racing, I hope to help more athletes become better and stronger.

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For further information about the TRI-Factor Asian Championships and T.A.C.A. status, visit www.trifactor.asia

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