Monthly Archives: April 2012

Running Dead is Alive and Kicking!!!

What a great idea- chasing people to run faster via scare tactics. Seeing how well this worked in the recently held RUNNING DEAD race at Palms Country Club, I now wonder whether I should apply this method to people I coach…hmm.

Seriously though, the race organizers, Army Navy South Tri, performed way above expectations and went all out with painstaking detail on the make-up, buffet, and overall atmosphere of the event.

For those of you still confused about the concept of the race, the general idea is this:  Racers have a belt with 5 “life flags” attached.  Zombies are lined up all over the course to try and get their life flags. Those who can finish with the fastest time plus the most number of flags left wins.

The best part about the whole thing is, the proceeds of the run race go towards helping junior triathletes.  A race after my own heart!

Let me just end this piece by giving a big round of applause to Betsy and the rest of the Army Navy South Tri Team for a job well done… It was a thrill being part of RUNNING DEAD!

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Check out this Adidas WE ALL RUN video!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RzKXoZbghEg

Uploaded by  on Mar 20, 2012

We all have a different reason to run. Watch David Beckham, Lionel Messi, Derrick Rose and Katy Perry go all in on their run. Whatever the reason, wherever you are, go farther and enjoy every stride.

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Female Network: 100 Amazing Filipinas

Superstars: Ani de Leon-Brown
Triathlete

Champion triathlete Ani de Leon-Brown is always running toward the finish line, often leaving others in the dust. Ani has competed for most of her life, and she is a three-time Philippine National Triathlete champion and the Philippine record holder for various marathons. At the Ironman Malaysia, she came in first in the female age 30 to 34 category, which earned her a slot in the Ironman World Championship in Kona, Hawaii. She was the first Filipino woman to join this international competition.

Ani doesn’t stop there. As a coach, she also works to promote sports and a healthy active lifestyle of  as program manager of Pinay In Action: Women Empowerment through Fitness Program and of the SuperKids Triathlon Youth Development Program of the Triathlon Association of the Philippines. She is currently enjoying her son, Dash, whom she gave birth to a few months ago.

Words by Ana Santos. Photo by Carlo Vergara; first used in July 2011 in Good Housekeeping Philippines..

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Transitioning from Arts to Triathlon

http://www.mb.com.ph/articles/355499/transitioning-from-arts-triathlon

Transitioning From Arts to Triathlon

Coach Ani de Leon-Brown’s multi-faceted journey in life
By EUGENE Y. SANTOS
March 27, 2012, 3:09am

Manila, Philippines – Life sometimes brings us unexpected surprises—whether it’s in the career we choose to take or the lifestyle we pursue that we think suits us best. For Ani De Leon-Brown, it seemed serendipitous that she grew up surrounded by art, yet she found a more fulfilling calling in coaching people and training athletes for triathlon.

“As a kid, my siblings and I are trained to be artists,” she shares. Turns out, her father is Felipe De Leon (Jr.), a humanities and arts professor at the University of the Philippines (UP) and the current chairman of the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA), and her grandfather is National Artist for Music, Felipe Padilla De Leon (Sr.).

De Leon-Brown was trained mostly in visual arts. Her hands are adept in drawing and painting as an artist. However, the athletic call was quite hard to ignore.

Inspired by acclaimed gymnast Bea Lucero on Milo ads, De Leon-Brown pursued gymnastics in her later years in grade school. Then, she started swimming back in her high school sophomore year.

De Leon-Brown accompanied her elder sister, who was suffering from asthma, to swimming training sessions. “I just accompanied her and I was like, ‘Ok, I don’t know how to swim.’ The doctor told my sister to try out swimming to cure her asthma and she became quite good at the sport.” Ditto for De Leon-Brown.

In college, De Leon-Brown took up Interior Design in UP. She joined the university’s varsity swim team, where she even became team captain.

After graduating from college, De Leon-Brown worked as in-house designer for a private brand (which no longer exists). She even had her own art gallery. But, it seemed that her body and mindset missed the physical competitiveness of triathlon. “I’m very competitive. At the start, I wanted to be good at it. At that time, we (a group of athletes) were the pioneers in coaching [for triathlon in the Philippines.] There were no coaches yet at that time.” De Leon-Brown would go to Australia, and through her own funds, would enroll herself in training camps there to improve her skills.

She would stay in Australia from two to three months for training. “I also like traveling around. If you’re somebody who’s adventurous like me, doing training camps abroad is ok. You have to do everything yourself. Even if you have friends in Australia, you can’t always depend on them.”

The training itself was manageable, but other aspects, like living expenses and lodging, were a different story. “You have to be resourceful,” says De Leon-Brown. “I looked for a house that would allow for housemates. It’s really about being strategic, otherwise it’s expensive.”

“When people found out that I was going out to these high-performance camps, they asked me for some help and I said, ‘Sure, sure.’ And when it became too time-consuming, I started charging. Then it started from there,” De Leon-Brown says. With training sessions and triathlon commitments, De Leon-Brown figured out that she had to give up her designing career for practical reasons. “Triathlon took over my life and I had to quit my day job as an interior designer. But I’m very happy. You never know what life brings you. I still paint on the side. It’s very minimal, though.”

Finding fulfillment

De Leon-Brown shares that her foray into triathlon was at a time when running events were not in vogue yet in the Philippines. “In a way, I prefer how I got into the sport when there wasn’t all the hype yet,” she says. “When [some fellow athletes and I] were starting, it’s quite amusing. Like on my part, I would even borrow a bike and the equipment we used were not that advanced. But I feel more satisfied in doing it that way, old school. It was trial and error before but we enjoyed it.” She even recalls how she and 12 other athletes went to Subic one time. They were in one van, with their bikes crammed over together.

Nowadays, De Leon-Brown shares that hi-tech gadgets and equipment are readily available for aspiring triathletes. She is glad to be able to see triathlon’s development in the Philippines.

As a coach, De Leon-Brown prefers to be friendly and encouraging. “I’ve had different kinds of coaches, and I had one coach who terrorized everyone so I vowed to myself that I would never be like that.” It helped that one of her mentors was relaxed in contrast. “So I said to myself that I’m going to be like that. But when I have to be hard and firm on someone, I can also toughen up if I know that an athlete can still manage to do it despite complaining. If you’re too nice, an athlete won’t be able to improve.”

It’s about having the right balance of attitude toward her trainees. “An athlete is also a person,” she relates. “It’s not only the physical side that you have to take care of, especially for younger groups. You have to take care of their emotional wellbeing because it can affect their performance. You have to find what makes them tick. Others need someone who’s nurturing while others don’t like it.” Seeing her trainees win (and even beat her) empowers her as a coach. “It means that I did a good job. To help somebody achieve their goals is more satisfying.”

De Leon-Brown was recently appointed as a Sports & Recreation (S&R) consultant for the Pico De Loro Beach & Country Club in Nasugbu, Batangas together with her husband Dan. As S&R consultants, they want to further promote it as an ideal sports venue, with marathon and triathlon events in the pipeline.

These days, De Leon-Brown observes that Filipinos are getting less intimidated by triathlon. “It has become more popular, like everyone knows somebody who’s into the sport.” It’s a matter of positive influence, where triathlon’s different race levels and distances encourage more Filipinos to pursue a healthy lifestyle. Triathlon works out different muscle groups through swimming, biking and running. “Triathlon is [more fun] if you do it with friends,” De Leon-Brown advises.

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Thanks swimbikerun.ph for the Women’s Month feature!!!

Link to article: http://www.swimbikerun.ph/2012/04/infocus-women%E2%80%99s-month-special-ani-de-leon-brown/

In[FOCUS] Women’s Month Special | Ani de Leon-Brown

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SBR.ph is back in black and guess who’s back? No other Filipina triathlete symbolizes the epitome of Women’s Empowerment other than our next Women’s Month In[FOCUS] special feature.

She’s the first in a lot of things when it comes to our triathlon history. Not to mention, she’s also our first In[FOCUS] athlete too! Wrapping up our Women’s Month Special, let’s welcome back on SBR.ph, Ms. Ani de Leon-Brown!

Read on as SBR.ph talks with the newest mom on the block making her comeback to elite fitness. Find out what keeps mommy Ani busy, what keeps her ticking, and her game plan for the 2012 racing season. More importantly, in this interview, she showed us that just like the rest of us mere age-groupers, she can do a 6 hour Ironman 70.3 too!


 

SBR.ph: Welcome back to SBR.ph Ani! :)

Ani : Thanks SBR.ph am happy to be featured again, and congratulations on the continued success of your website!

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SBR.ph In[FOCUS] Numero Uno

SBR.ph: You were our first SBR.ph In[FOCUS] athlete. It’s been a year and 2 months since that interview! Seems like a lot of things happened to you since we featured you last January 1, 2011! From serious racing to mommy mode! (click here to read our 1st In[FOCUS] feature!)

Ani : Yes I am now doing the balancing act of getting back into good racing shape maybe towards the end of the year and taking care of our wonderful bundle of joy!

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Mommy Ani and Dash

SBR.ph: How’s motherhood coming along?

Ani : I love it! I enjoy being with my baby and husband so much. It is an exciting time for us as a new family.

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Bike Wins!

SBR.ph: You have three seconds to decide! Changing diapers or riding your bike? :)

Ani : Haha. Riding the bike wins hands down.

SBR.ph: You recently joined Aviva Singapore 70.3. Tell us about that race. Thanks also for making us know that the world is still round and that you’re human just like the rest us by not rocking a sub 5 just a couple of months after giving birth! :)

Ani : Yes I also really wanted to race soon after giving birth simply because that’s what I love to do. People think that just because I am used to racing at a certain level I am obsessive about it. I do not have any kind of ego that will prevent me from having a good time if I can’t go fast. Finishing a triathlon is a basic joy for me, just like any age grouper. Winning or placing well is only secondary.

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Welcome Back Coach!

SBR.ph: What does your 2012 racing schedule look like? Are you 100% back in racing mode?

Ani : The year is looking like: Singapore 70.3/ Pico Tri/ Tri United 1/ Ironman Port Macquarie/ 5150/ Tri United 2/ Philippines 70.3/ New York Marathon.   It’s more of I’ll see how I go as the year goes by but this race schedule is intact either way. Whether I go hard for a particular event or not will depend on my progression. (No TIMEX 226??? – cdg)

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The Brown Trio

SBR.ph: You’re married to pro athlete Coach Dan Brown. We’ve been wondering about this question for the longest time! Since you are both coaches, who coaches who??

Ani : Haha. Believe it or not we do our own thing. Sometimes we train together but right now I am not fast enough to keep up during rides so I can only really do track sessions and pool sessions with him. It does help to have someone bounce off ideas though!

SBR.ph: Aside from getting back into shape and mommy duties, what’s keeping you busy?

Ani : Right now I am Race Director of Alaska Ironkids Philippines, Sports and Recreation Consultant of Pico de Loro, Coach of Pinay in Action and various kids and age groups squads, Brand Ambassador of TIMEX, Unilab Active Health, and Adidas.

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TIMEX Represent!

SBR.ph: You’re a member of the TIMEX international  triathlon team. Tell us about the team. What’s the biggest difference being part of an international team as compared to being a member of the national team or a local team? Is there a lot more pressure to win? Do they expect results from all their members?

Ani : The Timex international Multisport Team is a great bunch of people. Each member is there for a certain reason, not necessarily just because they are high performance athletes. The main thing is we all spread triathlon goodwill so to speak and help uplift the image of TIMEX wherever we may be.

SBR.ph: As you may have noticed, we turned the site pink last month in celebration of Women Empowerment and Breast Cancer awareness. How do you balance training, being a wife, and being a full time mom? What advice can you give to everyone who wants to start living the active and healthy lifestyle?

Ani : I am new to all of this so I am learning. Dan and I have had some challenges and have accepted that we will still have but the best part is we are quick to admit where we have made mistakes and can move forward from there quite well. I don’t think I am any different from any other working mom out there, it is a tough job but very very much worth it!

My advice to other women is find out what form of exercise inspires you and suits your needs. Mine just happens to be triathlon, that may not necessarily work for everyone. Having said that though, I really want more women to try it out so that they can see it’s not as extreme as they deem it to be.

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Happy Family

SBR.ph: What’s the toughest change you had to deal with when you became a mom?

Ani : A lot of lifestyle changes had to be made including being disciplined about going to bed extra early because that is the only way I could have any kind of rest. Also I had to cut back on the social scene a little bit. It was really only hard in the first three months but Dash has just turned four months old on the 29th of March so we are settling into our routine nicely now.

SBR.ph: You’ve been in this crazy world of triathlon for the longest time. How lucky are the newbie triathletes now compared to when you guys were just starting?

Ani : Very lucky in the sense that they have access to all these information, equipment, good coaching, training venues, etc. But I am still very happy to have gone the path I did because I really appreciate having started from scratch and maybe learning the hard way sometimes but it has made me a more well-balanced athlete.

SBR.ph: I vividly remember Brett Sutton at the TeamTBB website saying there will be a Filipino triathlete at the 2012 London Olympics. Do you think that can still happen? What do you think needs to be done to make that dream a reality?

Ani : Maybe not this year but definitely that is in the works. Just between you and me (and maybe thousands of other readers), The Doc himself is making an appearance again here soon!!!

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Next Step Tri Camp 2 Participants

SBR.ph: Talk to us about the Next Step tri camps! Seems like the number of participants is getting bigger and bigger each year! What differs the Next Step tri camps from the other tri camps being organized ?

Ani : I think we are very blessed in the sense that we partner with the right kind of organizations and brands. This year we continued our partnership with Unilab Active Health, Gatorade, Rudy Project, Timex, and a spectacular training venue in Pico de Loro. It’s very hard to not have a great camp when all of those things are put together!

SBR.ph: Name four things you can’t live without?

Ani : Apart from my family? Hmmm… my timex watches, my bike, my adidas shoes, and chocolate!

SBR.ph: Are you still open to one-on-one personal coaching? If so, how can they contact you?

Ani : Right now only if they can make it to my time slots. I have cut back tremendously in the past year as my priority is Dash. They can email me at coachani@gmail.com

SBR.ph: Again, thanks for the time Ani. :)

Ani : Anytime!!!

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Representing the Women Triathletes


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PICO TRI INVITATIONAL 2012 Results

PICO TRI INVITATIONAL
1.2KM SWIM – 35KM BIKE -8KM RUN
PICO DE LORO, HAMILO COAST, NASUGBU, BATANGAS
Saturday, March 31, 2012
RANK BIB LAST NAME FIRST NAME TEAM GENDER AGE GROUP SWIM BIKE RUN TOTAL
1 1 OHALLORAN MAT CANADA M PRO 15:59 0:57:33 0:31:53 1:45:25
2 2 CRONEBORG FREDRIK SWITZERLAND M PRO 17:07 0:58:45 0:30:15 1:46:07
3 8 BROWN DAN AUSTRALIA M PRO 19:37 1:02:16 0:34:18 1:56:12
4 6 WONG MELVIN SINGAPORE M PRO 21:30 1:08:20 0:32:27 2:02:18
5 7 PEDRIGOSA CARLO PHILIPPINES M PRO 27:08 1:06:05 0:34:17 2:07:30
6 3 BENEDICTO AUGUST PHILIPPINES M PRO 24:53 1:06:27 0:36:48 2:08:08
1 5 FITCH ALI AUSTRALIA F PRO 18:06 1:02:45 0:33:24 1:54:15
2 4 RABE KATJA GERMANY F PRO 18:32 1:07:05 0:34:28 2:00:05
1 12 NAVARRO JAIME MIGUEL UPLB TRANTADOS M 24-BELOW 25:26 1:09:22 0:41:50 2:16:37
2 11 MARANON ZACH ARRION SECONDWIND SUN BROADBAND M 24-BELOW 21:20 1:23:11 0:57:15 2:41:45
9 ALTURA MARC POLO TRI M 24-BELOW DNS
1 28 VELASCO RAYMUND GERARD SECONDWIND SUN BROADBAND M 25-29 23:56 1:10:50 0:35:59 2:10:45
2 17 CARANDANG MARTIN UNILAB M 25-29 19:08 1:13:52 0:41:15 2:14:15
3 153 MALLILLIN MIGUEL M 25-29 24:18 1:10:59 0:42:15 2:17:32
4 14 AMISTOSO MICHAEL ARMY NAVY SOUTH TRI M 25-29 32:18 1:09:52 0:42:26 2:24:35
5 18 CENDANA, JR. PERCIVAL TOTAL FITNESS M 25-29 29:35 1:11:38 0:46:13 2:27:27
6 26 LAMAN MIGS THE STARTING LINE M 25-29 30:30 1:15:57 0:43:02 2:29:29
7 15 ANGELES BARNETT UPLB TRANTADOS M 25-29 27:41 1:08:44 0:53:24 2:29:50
8 24 GO JEREMY SECONDWIND SUN BROADBAND M 25-29 26:07 1:20:59 0:43:35 2:30:41
9 23 FRANCISCO ALLAN GERARD GLORIA JEANS COFFEE TRI M 25-29 24:08 1:20:19 0:49:56 2:34:23
10 16 ANTONIO MACKY SECONDWIND SUN BROADBAND M 25-29 31:13 1:18:02 0:47:51 2:37:06
11 21 DE JESUS GERARO TOTAL FITNESS M 25-29 30:11 1:20:13 0:48:53 2:39:17
12 27 SESE RAFFGER ENDURE M 25-29 27:51 1:29:37 0:43:28 2:40:56
13 25 GUZMAN PETER CLEAR SABAK M 25-29 33:09 1:27:32 0:55:21 2:56:02
14 22 DUMRENDEZ RAFAEL THE STARTING LINE M 25-29 39:32 1:35:32 0:54:02 3:09:06
15 19 DABAO RALPH EMERSON M 25-29 31:49 1:41:45 1:01:37 3:15:10
20 DADIA TIMMY SECONDWIND SUN BROADBAND M 25-29 39:37 DNF
1 45 LEUTERIO ANDY FITNESS FIRST M 30-34 23:41 1:02:42 0:36:24 2:02:47
2 42 GUIEB ERICK QUEST 825 M 30-34 23:19 1:07:04 0:35:39 2:06:01
3 53 RIVERA MARK PLDT M 30-34 23:23 1:06:27 0:39:31 2:09:21
4 29 ABANTE KIKO GLORIA JEANS COFFEE TRI M 30-34 25:57 1:09:50 0:39:25 2:15:12
5 33 CADUNGOG TJ PLDT M 30-34 24:28 1:08:34 0:42:17 2:15:18
6 54 RONDERA ROCKY JOHN TRITAX M 30-34 28:43 1:06:56 0:41:48 2:17:27
7 39 DE LEON RONALD REY M 30-34 28:19 1:11:11 0:39:43 2:19:13
8 46 LORENZO ANTON CLEAR SABAK M 30-34 25:09 1:12:44 0:42:18 2:20:10
9 47 MANUEL PAOLO SECONDWIND SUN BROADBAND M 30-34 29:34 1:08:21 0:43:17 2:21:12
10 36 CAPCO FERDINAND TOTAL FITNESS M 30-34 25:01 1:13:54 0:42:42 2:21:37
11 44 HERNANDEZ MARK M 30-34 32:40 1:12:12 0:39:30 2:24:23
12 34 CAJUCOM ARISTOTLE ALVEO M 30-34 28:46 1:10:38 0:45:56 2:25:20
13 48 CATCATAN MELVIN M 30-34 26:18 1:17:59 0:41:21 2:25:39
14 30 APOLINARIO SID AARON ENDURE M 30-34 26:40 1:17:11 0:43:08 2:26:58
15 57 TAN ERIC M 30-34 28:10 1:12:32 0:46:19 2:27:01
16 55 SEBASTIAN JR M 30-34 30:04 1:16:30 0:42:32 2:29:05
17 35 CARBALLO LUIS M 30-34 25:58 1:18:46 0:46:57 2:31:40
18 51 PORTUGAL ARIS BERNARD QUEST 825 M 30-34 32:49 1:14:18 0:48:01 2:35:08
19 32 ARCANGEL LUIS QUEST 825 M 30-34 27:36 1:17:29 0:50:29 2:35:35
20 38 CO SAY VINSON PLDT M 30-34 26:47 1:16:30 0:52:21 2:35:38
21 49 ONA DOODOO CLEAR SABAK M 30-34 28:03 1:19:36 0:53:37 2:41:16
22 41 FUENTES JOSEPH EDWARD SECONDWIND SUN BROADBAND M 30-34 35:45 1:24:59 0:51:00 2:51:44
23 52 QUICHO MICHAEL CONRAD M 30-34 35:49 1:26:08 0:50:00 2:51:56
24 37 CASTILLO LESTER UNILAB M 30-34 34:12 1:28:24 0:49:55 2:52:30
25 31 AQUINO, JR JOSE FRANCISCO T12 CAMELBAK TRI TEAM M 30-34 31:18 1:35:21 0:49:01 2:55:40
26 56 TALASTAS EDWARD 24.7 M 30-34 45:12 1:23:02 0:57:19 3:05:33
27 40 ENRIQUEZ JOHN PAUL M 30-34 42:05 1:34:57 0:55:06 3:12:08
50 PENA KARLO QUEST 825 M 30-34 30:47 1:15:52 DNF
43 HEO SIMON POLO TRI M 30-34 DNS
1 76 ROQUE JUNROX SANTE BARLEY M 35-39 31:41 1:07:46 0:38:54 2:18:21
2 59 CALLEJA OLIVER M 35-39 25:45 1:11:31 0:42:56 2:20:12
3 61 CHUA KENNETH TSL M 35-39 28:17 1:13:59 0:42:45 2:25:01
4 80 TINIO NESTOR PLDT M 35-39 29:30 1:11:54 0:44:19 2:25:43
5 58 ABENIS ARNALDO TRITAX M 35-39 28:21 1:14:32 0:43:24 2:26:17
6 70 MERCADO MARK QUEST 825 M 35-39 30:48 1:13:57 0:42:57 2:27:41
7 64 DELA RAMA JASON QUEST 825 M 35-39 31:12 1:12:28 0:46:25 2:30:05
8 71 OLEDAN MICHAEL THE STARTING LINE M 35-39 35:06 1:13:30 0:43:26 2:32:03
9 82 VILLARTA PAULO 24.7 M 35-39 30:52 1:13:53 0:49:00 2:33:45
10 63 DE OCAMPO LEON POLO TRI M 35-39 27:25 1:20:45 0:46:43 2:34:52
11 160 YU STEPHEN GREENHILLS TRI TEAM M 35-39 26:03 1:20:13 0:49:22 2:35:37
12 81 VELOSO JOEY M 35-39 31:50 1:18:50 0:46:24 2:37:03
13 73 REYES JUAN PAOLO THE STARTING LINE M 35-39 29:52 1:19:30 0:51:48 2:41:09
14 83 YAO SHERWIN GREENHILLS TRI TEAM M 35-39 32:03 1:17:14 0:52:01 2:41:18
15 69 MENDOZA ALOYS QUEST 825 M 35-39 33:59 1:19:46 0:49:57 2:43:42
16 77 SALANDANAN ROBIN POLO TRI M 35-39 27:43 1:25:49 0:54:24 2:47:56
17 62 CHUA PHILIP M 35-39 31:29 1:22:09 0:54:24 2:48:01
18 78 SANTIAGO ELMER M 35-39 32:08 1:24:14 0:52:01 2:48:22
19 79 SERRANO LEMUEL 24.7 M 35-39 31:47 1:21:51 0:55:57 2:49:35
20 195 REYNOSO RICARDO ISIDRO THE STARTING LINE M 35-39 35:03 1:24:19 0:53:10 2:52:32
21 75 RIVERA ROBERT JONAH SANTE BARLEY M 35-39 31:28 1:26:51 0:55:57 2:54:16
22 60 CERVANTES MIGUEL PLDT M 35-39 38:17 1:23:30 0:56:44 2:58:30
23 65 DELA ROSA JULIUS QUEST 825 M 35-39 35:51 1:22:27 1:00:32 2:58:49
24 66 DULALIA JAMES QUEST 825 M 35-39 29:56 1:28:23 1:06:06 3:04:24
155 MORENO RAJ POLO TRI M 35-39 22:05 DNF
67 DY JOHN PAUL PLDT M 35-39 DNS
68 EDROSALAM ALVIN FITNESS FIRST M 35-39 DNS
72 PANGAN MELVIN M 35-39 DNS
1 85 ANG LEVY POLO TRI M 40-44 23:47 1:07:36 0:39:40 2:11:03
2 88 BONZ STEPHEN ARMY NAVY SOUTH TRI M 40-44 23:55 1:10:22 0:39:21 2:13:39
3 148 CANIZA JOEL M 40-44 23:32 1:12:08 0:41:50 2:17:31
4 156 REGALIZA TYRONE POLO TRI M 40-44 25:04 1:12:06 0:40:26 2:17:36
5 104 ISIP ALEXANDER T12 CAMELBAK TRI TEAM M 40-44 21:52 1:11:14 0:44:43 2:17:48
6 84 ALMENDRAL DAVID POLO TRI M 40-44 23:59 1:12:31 0:41:57 2:18:27
7 89 BUHAIN ERIC BEACON FIVEFINGERS M 40-44 18:49 1:08:00 0:54:16 2:21:05
8 114 SANTIAGO RICHARD T12 CAMELBAK TRI TEAM M 40-44 28:22 1:11:18 0:41:49 2:21:30
9 90 CELESTIAL RONNIE PLDT M 40-44 27:28 1:13:03 0:43:20 2:23:51
10 107 MARANON GREGORY SECONDWIND SUN BROADBAND M 40-44 25:40 1:12:14 0:47:42 2:25:36
11 111 PALMA JR PLDT M 40-44 31:01 1:09:53 0:44:46 2:25:40
12 93 CUEVAS RAFFY PLDT M 40-44 28:13 1:15:44 0:41:50 2:25:47
13 118 VACA MIKE UNILAB M 40-44 26:52 1:14:06 0:48:26 2:29:24
14 99 GATCHALIAN ERNESTO TNCC M 40-44 29:41 1:15:04 0:46:15 2:31:00
15 98 DELA PAZ TOMMY T12 CAMELBAK TRI TEAM M 40-44 27:36 1:17:29 0:50:29 2:35:35
16 112 PANGILINAN JOHN RAYMOND M 40-44 28:25 1:16:34 0:51:11 2:36:09
17 91 CHUA CHARLIE PLDT M 40-44 27:46 1:19:15 0:49:49 2:36:50
18 109 MORENO JOSE LUIS POLO TRI M 40-44 26:37 1:21:19 0:49:51 2:37:46
19 113 PO CHRIS POLO TRI M 40-44 28:58 1:26:02 0:43:38 2:38:38
20 152 MAGSANOC NIKKO M 40-44 30:19 1:19:15 0:52:40 2:42:14
21 96 DE GUZMAN JAKE UNILAB M 40-44 27:13 1:20:02 0:55:35 2:42:50
22 94 DAVIS CHAD FITNESS FIRST M 40-44 28:21 1:33:30 0:41:38 2:43:29
23 119 VILLAREAL MARVILITO M 40-44 33:51 1:26:08 0:44:08 2:44:07
24 87 LIBERIA BERNARD PLDT M 40-44 36:46 1:16:25 0:51:17 2:44:28
25 115 SANTOS JERRY XYCOS M 40-44 24:42 1:23:23 0:58:11 2:46:16
26 100 GATMAITAN ANTONO M 40-44 27:38 1:25:37 0:53:45 2:47:00
27 110 NGO ABEL M 40-44 32:15 1:25:16 0:50:22 2:47:53
28 95 DE GUZMAN JENG GREENHILLS TRI TEAM M 40-44 32:43 1:20:32 0:55:00 2:48:15
29 108 MARCELO JOEY SANTE BARLEY M 40-44 36:12 1:23:49 0:50:05 2:50:06
30 116 SEBASTIAN JERIC M 40-44 41:16 1:22:56 0:51:00 2:55:12
31 101 GENEROSO CHITO SANTE BARLEY M 40-44 34:24 1:24:14 0:58:43 2:57:21
32 106 LOSTE BAYANI FNSLAW M 40-44 40:09 1:32:36 0:53:52 3:06:37
33 97 DE JESUS ARNEL ARMY NAVY SOUTH TRI M 40-44 32:27 1:31:47 1:07:42 3:11:56
34 157 ROSCA JAMES GREENHILLS TRI TEAM M 40-44 37:54 1:32:36 1:04:36 3:15:06
35 86 BAUTISTA RESS SANTE BARLEY M 40-44 44:08 1:34:09 0:59:17 3:17:34
105 LIMJOCO ANDREW T12 CAMELBAK TRI TEAM M 40-44 24:14 1:15:19 DNF
92 CRESPO ROBERT CENTURY TRI HARD M 40-44 DNS
117 SIANGHIO DENNIS MANUEL M 40-44 34:02 0:50:19 0:45:02 DQ
102 GONZALEZ PETER PLDT M 40-44 DNS
103 IMPERIAL MARK ANTHONY ARMY NAVY SOUTH TRI M 40-44 DNS
1 137 TORRES ITONG POLO TRI M 45-49 24:14 1:11:51 0:41:27 2:17:32
2 123 BANZON GREGORY CENTURY TRI HARD M 45-49 28:49 1:11:00 0:39:44 2:19:33
3 151 LOPEZ ERNIE POLO TRI M 45-49 25:08 1:13:53 0:41:01 2:20:02
4 126 GO BOBBY PLDT M 45-49 27:23 1:11:53 0:43:07 2:22:23
5 150 JARIN PETER GREENHILLS TRI TEAM M 45-49 23:57 1:14:53 0:44:12 2:23:02
6 121 AGUILA ANDY POLO TRI M 45-49 21:53 1:12:03 0:50:11 2:24:08
7 122 ALTURA ALBERT POLO TRI M 45-49 24:54 1:16:03 0:44:30 2:25:27
8 132 RICHMOND DAVID M 45-49 29:13 1:15:33 0:40:51 2:25:37
9 127 JABANES BENNY SECONDWIND SUN BROADBAND M 45-49 33:35 1:16:45 0:43:15 2:33:35
10 129 MONDERO EMMANUEL M 45-49 31:53 1:13:08 0:49:33 2:34:34
11 138 YABUT PETER POLO TRI M 45-49 25:19 1:22:00 0:47:59 2:35:18
12 136 TORRES JOEY POLO TRI M 45-49 30:28 1:22:42 0:46:22 2:39:32
13 120 ABAD MAXIE POLO TRI M 45-49 26:59 1:12:10 1:00:26 2:39:34
14 134 SAMSON ADEL UNILAB M 45-49 28:35 1:20:27 0:51:32 2:40:33
15 133 ROMANO MONCHING SANTE BARLEY M 45-49 30:49 1:24:00 0:48:24 2:43:13
16 124 DELA SERNA MANUEL TIMEX M 45-49 34:29 1:20:47 0:48:18 2:43:34
17 130 PISON MARTIN ISRAEL M 45-49 28:01 1:24:26 0:52:11 2:44:38
18 125 EVARISTO GERARD GREENFIELDS TRI M 45-49 17:29 1:29:06 1:02:57 2:49:31
19 128 MESINA CARLO 24.7 M 45-49 35:24 1:26:27 0:51:39 2:53:30
20 135 SIGGAOAT NOEL SANTE BARLEY M 45-49 40:54 1:31:35 1:06:16 3:18:46
131 REYES ALEX POLO TRI M 45-49 26:43 DNF
1 140 CAGUIAT EDWIN GLORIA JEANS COFFEE TRI M 50-54 23:56 1:15:10 0:42:15 2:21:20
2 144 WELSH ANTHONY POLO TRI M 50-54 21:27 1:13:34 0:47:37 2:22:38
3 142 KUHNE THOMAS ARMY NAVY SOUTH TRI M 50-54 25:34 1:15:33 0:44:33 2:25:39
4 154 MAQUERA PETER SANTE BARLEY M 50-54 37:59 1:26:19 0:55:52 3:00:11
5 139 AYALA ALFREDO POLO TRI M 50-54 40:21 1:29:59 0:56:22 3:06:42
6 143 MES JOOST M 50-54 30:20 1:36:11 1:04:34 3:11:05
141 FRANCISCO ED PLDT M 50-54 27:15 DNF
145 ZOBEL FERNANDO POLO TRI M 50-54 28:02 DNF
1 147 FITCH STUART TIMEX M 55-ABOVE 20:10 1:10:01 0:36:48 2:06:58
2 159 YAO WELLINGTON GREENHILLS TRI TEAM M 55-ABOVE 37:58 1:26:45 0:54:38 2:59:20
146 FERRER JOEL POLO TRI M 55-ABOVE DNS
149 GONZALEZ MANUEL ARMY NAVY SOUTH TRI M DNS
158 TIAOQUI MIKE M DNS
1 167 BROWN ANI NEXT STEP TRI F PICO CONSULTANT 21:28 1:13:31 0:42:59 2:17:58
1 10 KILGROE KIM SANTE BARLEY F 29-below 20:58 1:23:47 0:37:44 2:22:29
2 162 FRANCISCO BERNICE GLORIA JEANS COFFEE TRI F 29-below 27:58 1:28:20 0:59:28 2:55:45
3 165 VILLARIN ZINNIA ENDURE F 29-below 35:23 1:32:29 0:51:47 2:59:39
4 161 ALIX MARICARL F 29-below 35:17 1:40:37 1:06:42 3:22:36
163 MOLINA FIONA ARMY NAVY SOUTH TRI F 29-below 28:39 1:17:29 DNF
164 SUENO IZAH JANE ENDURE F 29-below DNS
1 178 VILLANUEVA MICHELLE PLDT F 30-39 25:47 1:15:32 0:44:32 2:25:51
2 171 DIONISIO FRANCHESCA POLO TRI F 30-39 31:30 1:18:51 0:42:54 2:33:15
3 172 FERRERIA BIC UNILAB F 30-39 29:06 1:16:43 0:48:40 2:34:29
4 173 FRONDOSO STEPHANIE PLDT F 30-39 28:11 1:19:12 0:51:52 2:39:15
5 169 CHUA CHIN SECONDWIND SUN BROADBAND F 30-39 32:02 1:23:39 0:52:12 2:47:53
6 174 LORENZO CAROL F 30-39 28:26 1:29:48 0:54:50 2:53:04
7 176 RIVERA MAYI PLDT F 30-39 30:26 1:33:18 0:54:47 2:58:30
8 170 CRANBOURNE RAEANNA CLEAR SABAK F 30-39 33:44 1:34:30 0:57:45 3:05:59
9 179 YAPSON MELODY SECONDWIND SUN BROADBAND F 30-39 30:27 1:38:20 0:58:41 3:07:28
10 175 MACLANG KAREENA PLDT F 30-39 44:44 1:35:32 0:57:27 3:17:43
177 ROJAS MARICHU FITNESS FIRST F 30-39 24:17 1:30:54 DNF
166 BAUTISTA JENNIE PLDT F 30-39 DNS
168 CADUNGOG KATRINA PLDT F 30-39 DNS
1 188 MARTINEZ POWELL MARIELA CLEAR SABAK F 40-ABOVE 26:27 1:20:51 0:44:52 2:32:10
2 193 TORRES NONA POLO TRI F 40-ABOVE 26:38 1:24:17 0:48:37 2:39:32
3 189 MEDALLA BETSY ARMY NAVY SOUTH TRI F 40-ABOVE 21:59 1:27:13 0:54:12 2:43:24
4 180 ALTURA MONICA POLO TRI F 40-ABOVE 25:24 1:26:08 0:54:16 2:45:49
5 182 DAVIS NATASHA FITNESS FIRST F 40-ABOVE 37:38 1:25:48 0:43:56 2:47:22
6 186 JOSON ROSALINA PLDT F 40-ABOVE 26:35 1:30:58 0:51:06 2:48:39
7 191 PARPAN LARA POLO TRI F 40-ABOVE 32:50 1:32:51 0:48:02 2:53:43
8 194 YABUT DEBBIE POLO TRI F 40-ABOVE 29:32 1:28:34 0:56:56 2:55:02
9 184 FLAVIER AGGIE 24.7 F 40-ABOVE 37:41 1:27:59 0:51:57 2:57:37
10 185 GO JILL 24.7 F 40-ABOVE 35:47 1:41:43 1:01:02 3:18:32
11 187 MARANON EDLAINE SECONDWIND SUN BROADBAND F 40-ABOVE 43:18 1:39:32 1:01:57 3:24:46
190 PANTALEON ROCIO PLDT F 40-ABOVE 31:06 DNF
192 SANTIAGO GERALDINE POLO TRI F 40-ABOVE 28:15 1:15:38 DNF
183 ELLIS RHODORA FITNESS FIRST F 40-ABOVE 25:36 DNF
181 CARMONA LEANA POLO TRI F 40-ABOVE DNS
1 R1 INTEGRATED MONTESSORI CENTER RELAY 0:18:58 0:59:12 0:31:05 1:49:15
2 R8 AQUA SPHERE RELAY 0:16:18 1:01:01 0:40:09 1:57:28
3 R7 POLO TRI STUDS RELAY 0:19:06 1:09:04 0:35:59 2:04:09
4 R5 YOGA TRI TEAM RELAY 0:26:58 1:17:15 0:45:30 2:29:44
5 R3 24/7 RELAY 0:33:11 1:19:36 0:42:44 2:35:31
6 R4 CENTURY TRI HARD RELAY 0:36:10 1:18:02 0:46:13 2:40:25
7 R6 PICO TRI TEAM RELAY 0:27:33 1:54:48 1:02:31 3:24:51
R2 BIGG’S TRI 300 RELAY DNF

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