While not all of my friends finished, I’m still immensely proud of them all for even having the guts to sign up and then prepare themselves all these long months so they can toe the starting line.
While I may not have raced the 3.8 kilometers of swimming, 180 kilometers of cycling, and 42 kilometers of running at Ironman Philippines, I still put my own endurance through its paces covering the 17 hours between start and finish.
This year, the Century Tuna Underpants Run comes to Manila on April 8 at Filinvest Alabang, taking the experience to the next level. With 3K, 5K, and 10K categories, the dress code is: underpants!
The first-ever IRONMAN Philippines will be held in Subic Bay on June 3, 2018. Here’s what you need to think about before you decide to sign up.
I covered the Century Tuna Ironman 70.3 Subic Bay for Witsup.com and followed the professional women’s race.
It was a busy week of events with training shoehorned in and the realization that I need to put in some more hard work.
This week on the Dispatch I talk about what I used to be up to at this time of year, what I’m up to instead, and what I’ll be up to in a few weeks’ time. I’m also foreshadowing some upcoming product reviews.
Part 2: Work Hard Unlike my previous races in Subic where I stayed in a hotel, this time I had taken a spare room in the Team Red Cross Triathlon […]
Part 1: Play Hard When I got the opportunity to race the Century Tuna Ironman 70.3 Subic Bay with two of my teammates from Team Endure, I couldn’t say no. […]