SEA Games Men’s Triathlon Preview: Chicano, Remolino Looking to Continue Philippine Dominance

    Posted On Nov 29 2019

      On December 1, the morning after the opening ceremonies of the 30th Southeast Asian Games, official triathlon competition begins in the Triathlon Capital of the Philippines in Subic Bay.   Team Philippines, led by 2017 SEA Games Gold Medalist Kim Mangobang and 2017 SEA Games Silver Medalist John Rambo Chicano are looking for another Double individual Gold Medals in the sport of Triathlon.   Competition begins with Men’s Competition at 6:00am, and will be followed immediately with the women’s elite competition.

      Men’s Elite Startlist-30th SEA Games at Subic Bay, Philippines

      ATHLETE FIRST ATHLETE LAST NATIONALITY START NUMBER
      John Chicano PHI 1
      Andrew Remolino PHI 2
      Hoang Vu Le VIE 3
      Sheng Ren, Clement Chow SGP 4
      Muhammad Ahlul Firman INA 5
      Thanachat Kongudom THA 6
      Chuan Rong Loo SGP 7
      Aldrian Yu Yong Yeo MAS 8
      Wen Jun Lee MAS 9
      Suphakit Sukatiphum THA 10
      Phan Van Khoa VIE 11

      We take a look at the recent races in the region to see and gauge the favorites to reach the podium at the men’s Triathlon competition at the 30th SEA Games:

      2018 Palembang Asian Games

      ATHLETE FIRST ATHLETE LAST NATIONALITY POSITION TOTAL TIME
      John Chicano PHI 10 01:54:33
      Muhammad Ahlul Firman INA 15 01:56:02
      Aldrian Yu Yong Yeo MAS 23 02:05:31

       

      2019 Subic Bay ASTC Triathlon Asian Cup

      ATHLETE FIRST ATHLETE LAST NATIONALITY START NUMBER POSITION TOTAL TIME
      Andrew Remolino PHI 41 17 01:54:49
      John Chicano PHI 22 25 01:58:22
      Sheng Ren, Clement Chow SGP 48 40 02:03:31
      Chuan Rong Loo SGP 58 42 02:03:46
      Suphakit Sukatiphum THA 56 50 02:16:21
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      2019 Gyeongju ASTC Triathlon Asian Cup

      ATHLETE FIRST ATHLETE LAST NATIONALITY START NUMBER POSITION TOTAL TIME
      Andrew Remolino PHI 28 17 01:59:07
      John Chicano PHI 7 22 02:00:23
      Sheng Ren, Clement Chow SGP 33 31 02:07:14
      Chuan Rong Loo SGP 36 32 02:07:42

       

      Based on the recent races, Remolino and Chicano are the clear favorites to go either 1-2, with Clement Chow showing promise to repeat his past performance as Bronze medalist.   A total of 11 participants and 6 countries are represented in the Men’s Elite Competition; Two each from the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia, Vietnam and 1 from Indonesia.

      Next up from AsiaTRI will be the preview for the women’s elite competition and mixed relay.

       

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