Multi-awarded triathlete Brian Fleischmann from Florida, USA tries to get ahead of the game after an impressive 00:23:43 record in the swim part.

Tri-Challenge Series by Challenge Family starts on June 2015

 

Leverage Sports Asia, race license holders of Challenge Brand in the Philippines, will launch a new short course triathlon: the “Tri-Challenge Series” at the inaugural Yellow Cab Challenge CamSur half-distance triathlon next month (June 2015).
International triathletes warm up before the start of the “tougher” Yellow Cab Challenge Philippines Subic-Bataan last Feb. 21.
International triathletes warm up before the start of the “tougher” Yellow Cab Challenge Philippines Subic-Bataan last Feb. 21.
Yellow Cab Challenge in CamSur is part of the global triathlon series by the Challenge Family and the second installment of the brand in the country. They will host the very first Tri-Challenge SPRINT on June 13 with a race course of 1km swim, 30km bike, and 6km run. The sprint’s course will run through a portion of the Challenge CamSur course as it circles in and around CamSur Watersports Complex.
American Brian Fleischmann was leading early in the swim part of the competition but finished sixth in the Pro Men’s field after clocking in at 4:38:58.
American Brian Fleischmann was leading early in the swim part of the competition but finished sixth in the Pro Men’s field after clocking in at 4:38:58.
We are very excited to see the expansive growth of triathlon embrace the Philippine endurance community. We believe in all of the positive attributes that the Challenge Races around the world hold dear, like its commitment to grass roots and sport development, providing the best race day experience and always giving back to the community that supports the sport of triathlon,” said David Voth, CEO of Leverage Sports Asia and Chairman of Challenge Philippines.
Voth said that launching a shorter race course will increase the interest with the sport and encourage more people to try triathlon. He also added that Tri-Challenge series gives non-professionals the opportunity to compete at an international standard for a cheaper price.
Triathlete pros Michael Murphy and Eric Watson try to edge out each other as they race out of the water.
Triathlete pros Michael Murphy and Eric Watson try to edge out each other as they race out of the water.
By introducing a shorter distance race, we open the sport to a broader skilled participation base. We give everyone the opportunity to compete, participate, and have fun with friends and family in a Challenge sponsored race. With that, we are hopeful that more people can experience a world-class race,” said Voth. “The Tri-Challenge SPRINT is a great, “forgiving” race held at an international standard but priced in a way that is comparable to local events, which is our way of promoting the sport and expanding the experience to the Pinoy Triathlon participants,David said.
The swim course starts from the white sand beach of Camayan Resort and ventures into Ilanin Bay where the pristine waters are home to a protected marine preserve.
The swim course starts from the white sand beach of Camayan Resort and ventures into Ilanin Bay where the pristine waters are home to a protected marine preserve.
For more information or to register for the Tri Challenge SPRINT Triathlon, visit: http://bit.ly/TriChallengeSprint.
Multi-awarded triathlete Brian Fleischmann from Florida, USA tries to get ahead of the game after an impressive 00:23:43 record in the swim part.
Multi-awarded triathlete Brian Fleischmann from Florida, USA tries to get ahead of the game after an impressive 00:23:43 record in the swim part.
For more information or to register for Yellow Cab Challenge Camsur, visit: www.challengecamsur.com.

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