Vermosa Sports Hub Sprint Tri Images and Some Details (June 9, 2019)

Hi sports fans! The Vermosa Sports Hub Sprint Tri happened this morning at the very modern Vermosa Sports Hub located along Daang Hari in Imus City, Cavite.

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Organized by Bike King in cooperation with Vermosa Sports Hub with the support of sponsors Blackmores Philippines, Smart, hydration partners Pocari Sweat and Sip Purified Water, and official timer Garmin, the event was, as expected, successful. Participants and their respective family members or friends enjoyed the event and, as usual, the awarding ceremony was fun as before.

For you viewing pleasure, here are some action shots. Just click to ENLARGE.

Below are the other images…the awarding ceremony pics. Just click an image to ENLARGE.

The Vermosa Sports Hub Sprint Tri was the latest sports event to take place at the Vermosa Sports Hub which is the nation’s first one-stop training complex catering to athletes competing in international sporting events and serious sports enthusiasts.

The facility has a 50-meter swimming pool based on FINA (International Swimming Federation) standards and the country’s only International Association of Athletics Federation (IAAF)-certified 400m track oval, a complete indoor training facility, and the 600-sq,m. Sante Fitness Lab, staffed by expert coaches, trainers, and visiting sports institutes.

Vermosa Sports Hub is an Ayala Land Development borne out of emerging trends: the rise in health consciousness and growing interest in multisport.

“People are spending more time and money to engage in physical activities, specifically sports,” says Ayala Land Vice President and Vermosa estate head Jay Teodoro. “We wanted to provide a venue for training for this market. Our bigger vision also is to provide a training venue for the next Philippine champion.”

The complete race results and lists of winners will be made available by Bike King here. Wait and it will come.

For other events of Bike King, visit http://www.bikekingphilippines.com

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Vermosa Sports Hub Sprint Tri in the Sports News (June 8, 2019)

Calling all fans of triathlon and endurance sports events! The Vermosa Sports Hub Sprint Tri is all set to happen at the very modern Vermosa Sports Hub in Imus, Cavite on June 9 (Sunday). It is a sprint distance triathlon event with some shorter courses depending on age-groups.

The event is now in the sports pages of the following newspapers here in the Philippines:

People’s Tonight

Manila Bulletin

Philippine Star

Manila Times

Manila Standard

Business Mirror

You can see complete details of the race from Bike King’s website.

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This is a picture of the Vermosa Sports Hub swimming pool that I took during the aquathlon event held there.

For the newcomers reading this, the June 9 triathlon event is the latest sports event to take place at the Vermosa Sports Hub, the nation’s first one-stop training complex catering to athletes competing in international sporting events and serious sports enthusiasts. It features a 50-meter swimming pool based on FINA (International Swimming Federation) standards and the country’s only International Association of Athletics Federation (IAAF)-certified 400m track oval, a complete indoor training facility, and the 600-sq,m. Sante Fitness Lab, staffed by expert coaches, trainers, and visiting sports institutes.

See you there at Vermosa Sports Hub this Sunday!

PRESS RELEASE: Hong Kong, China Share in Day’s Glory in Subic Bay

Hong Kong, China Share in Day’s Glory in Subic Bay

Subic Bay, Philippines – April 28, 2019 – Fresh from its domination of the sprint events a day earlier, powerhouse Hong Kong found the men’s and women’s elite field in the 26th edition of the 2019 NTT ASTC Subic Bay International Triathlon (SuBIT) Asian Cup , a tougher nut to crack and had to settle  for a share in the day’s glory with HK winning the men’s side and China ruling the distaff side  at the Subic Bay Freeport Zone.

HK’s Oscar Coggins , now campaigning in the men’s elite from the junior ranks, took advantage of his familiarity with hot weather racing conditions, took first place in 1:49.20 , repulsing the challenge of the feared Japanese team that  took the  next 5 slots after Coggins with reigning Asian Games champion and top seed Jumpei Furuya settling for a very close second place in 1:49.30 while Takumi Hojo placed 3rd in 1:49.45. Rounding out the top 5 finishers were Shiruba Taniguchi who  negotiated the 1standard distance race in 1:50.11 , and Yuichi Hosoda in 1:50.36.

” I like the hot weather, I have been training n Australia  the past two months , but I really did not ease up until the finish line. I am happy with my time, ” said Coggins  who took the lead  at the 6K mark and steadily pulled away from the  rest.

Another  surprise however  was in the local side where 19 year old Cebuano Andrew Remolino upstaged his older and more experienced national team mates  with his 17th place finish in 1:54.49, his first sub  two hour  race, target ko sana majasali sa top 10 malalakas lahat ng kalaban, sa mga locals, nakauna ako sa swim leg at na maintain ko yung lead, wala ng nakahabol, ” said Remolino who trains under his father, coach Andoy Remolino.

With his finish, the younger Remolino has positioned himself as a contender  for a slot in the forthcoming SEA Games, : hopeful ako na ma select ako sa national team , ” added Remolino after the race supported by the POC, the PSC, SBMA and its Tourism Department, Standard Insurance, Asian Centre for Insulation Philippines (ACIP), NTT, ACEA Beach Resort & Hotel and Pocari Sweat.

On the women’s competition, defending champion Mengying Zhong, reasserted herself anew and led practically led from start to finish but pulled away in the final run leg en route to a solo finish in 2:04.17 with the Japanese afain relegated to runner up finishes with Aoi Kuranoto a far second in 2:04.41, followed by Yurie Kato who negotiated the 1.4K swim -40K bike – 10K distance race in 2:05.32. HK’s Yan Yin Hilda Choi took 4th place in 2:05.37 while in 5th was Macau entry Long Hoi with a finishing time of 2:05.57.

Best placed Filipina was national triathlete Kim Kilgroe who finished in 12th place overall with her time of 2:10.10 even as she is practically assured of a slot in the SEA Games together with Kim mangrobang who is training and competing in Europe, and SEA Games gold  medalist Claire Adorna who ended in 15th place in yesterday’s race in Subic. Adorna clocked 2:13.01.

” This was definitely a strong field with several  world ranked participants . For the national team, we will have our final qualifying race in Korea in June where we will bring  our national training pool  for a camp and race in the Asian Cup, then we  will announce the final selection for the SEA Games, a minimum of 3 , maximum of 5 triathletes, ” said Triathlon Association of the Philippines ( TRAP ) president Tom Carrasco Jr. who cited the  performance  of Remolino in the  race.


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2019 NTT ASTC Subic Bay International Triathlon (SuBIT) Asian Cup Day Two awarding
Awarding of the Male and Female Elite Top 3 winners at the recently concluded 2019 NTT ASTC Subic Bay International Triathlon (SuBIT) Asian Cup inside the freeport led by Men’s champion Oscar Coggins from Hong Kong and back-to-back Women’s champion Mengying Zhong of China.
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2019 NTT ASTC Subic Bay International Triathlon (SuBIT) Asian Cup Men’s Champion
Men’s Elite champion Oscar Coggins from Hong Kong at the finish line during the 2019 NTT ASTC Subic Bay International Triathlon (SuBIT) Asian Cup held yesterday (Sunday) inside the Subic Bay Freeport Zone.

Press release and photo captions composed by Lito Cinco.

 

2019 NTT ASTC Subic Bay International Triathlon (SuBIT) in the News (March 28, 2019)

The official press release of the 2019 NTT ASTC Subic Bay International Triathlon (SuBIT) made it in the sports pages today (March 28, 2019) of the following national publications. Online versions of the published releases are clickable with some of the publications below.

Manila Times

Manila Standard

Business Mirror

People’s Tonight 

Malaya Business Insight

Registration ends on March 31 or earlier when all slots have been filled up. Online registration can be done at https://regonline.activeglobal.com/subit2019 For more information, visit Triathlon.org.ph or send email at trapsecretariat@gmail.com

 

 

My Observations: Summer Swimming Lessons in Tahanan Village to Start April 1

Starting April 1, 2019, summer swimming lessons will begin at the swimming pool (and the nearby kids’ pool) by the clubhouse of Tahanan Village, Barangay BF Homes, Paranaque City.

Based on the details released via signs around the village, the 1st batch of lessons is from April 1 to 13, 2nd batch from April 22 to May 4, 3rd batch from May 6 to May 18 and the 4th batch from May 20 to June 1.

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The Tahanan Village swimming pool.

Schedule for the swimming lessons is from 8AM to 9AM, 9AM to 10AM, 10AM to 11AM, 2PM to 3PM, 3PM to 4PM, and 4PM to 5PM.

Courses offered are as follows: Tadpole, Basic, Intermediate, Advanced and Competitive.

For inquiries and enrollment, call 09089775023 and 09155900580.

 

My Observations: Summer Swimming Lessons in BF International to begin on April 8

This morning as I was driving by along Palace Road in BF International, Las Pinas City, I saw a sign of Tropical Palace Resort Hotel’s announcement that it will be organizing another series of swimming lessons at its facility starting April 8, 2019.

I took the time to park the car, get down and enter their office to request a flyer and they gladly gave me one.

For everyone’s convenience and reference, please refer to the details of the picture below.

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Tropical Palace Resort Hotel has swimming pools in its facility that can accommodate several learners at a time.

For the newcomers reading this, BF International is in the Las Pinas City side of BF Homes subdivision which has always been identified with Paranaque City.

If you are interested to take swimming lessons, call landline 825-1011 and 826-7794 now.

 

 

My Daily Collagen Triathlon in the News

Participants, winners and spectators who took part in the My Daily Collagen Triathlon held at the Subic Bay Freeport Zone this past Sunday will be happy to know that the event made it in the sports pages of national newspapers as follows:

Manila Bulletin

Manila Standard

Philippine Star

Manila Times

Malaya Business Insight

Business Mirror

If you the reader happened to be one of the event’s categorical champions, check the above newspapers to find out if your name got printed.

My Daily Collagen Triathlon was organized by Bike King Philippines with the support of Smart, Saucony, Vittoria, Rudy Project, ACEA Subic Bay, Court Meridian Hotel & Suites, and the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA)

My Daily Collagen® is a protein-rich, mango-flavored health drink supplement with the right amount of easily absorbed marine collagen peptide to help boost bone and joint health, enhance post-workout recovery, and keep skin, hair, and nails strong.

For complete race results and winners listing, visit  the event results link at http://bikekingphilippines.com/events_my-daily-collagen-tri1_results.html