Triathlon for a Cause

Last July 11, 2017 I join triathlon with a cause for this time. Our registration fee for this event is 100% goes to the CHD kids patients in Cebu City. Congenital Heart Disease/Defect kids needs operation to prolong life. Thanks to Dr. Robert “Obet” Capatoy my team mate in TriZur (Triathlon Zamboanga Del Sur)  who sponsor my registration fee.

Doc Obet told me lets join this event to help kids with CHD and  i can also experience the swim course in Mactan Newton Beach  beside the Shangrila beach resort which is the swim course area for the upcoming IRONMAN 70.3 Philippines.

IRONMAN Philippines in Cebu is the most awaited triathlon event for all triathletes in country because they said its a Disneyland triathlon destination and a very festive event.

Day 1. Friday ( June 9, 2017)

Chillax with coffee and bread at Cokaliong Lines from Ozamiz to Cebu


Day 2. June 10, 2017 – Saturday

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Day 3: June 11, 2017 – Sunday



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Proud of Our Medal for the Rotary Corporate Triathlon

Day 4: June 12, 2017 – Monday (Back Home)

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We Team TRIZUR (Triathlon Zamboanga Del Sur) survive th BPI Cards DURIANMAN.

The challenge is to swim 1.5km from Davao to Samal island and bike 40km and run 10km.

Crossing Pakiputan Channel is one major concern because of the strong current.

Kudos to the organizers team TRIAD – Triathlon Association of Davao and the volunteers that make this event a safe one specially to my newbie team mates.

Photo Credits from BPI DURIANMAN and TRIAD

DNF: Did Not Finish – IRONMAN 70.3 Philippines 2015

I call it the battle of Mactan in Cobra IRONMAN 70.3 Philippines.

I under estimate this race. I told myself that this is an endurance race and yes i have it in my body system but i have no proper training and it turns out i got a cut off time during the 90km bike leg and turns to DNF (did not finish)

Thank God i survive the 1.9km struggling swim. According to the report there are more than 100 participants did not survive for the 70 minutes cut of time for 1.9km swim due to sea current.

Check my video below

My First Cobra IRONMAN 70.3 Philippines

In August 2014 is my first IRONMAN 70.3 Philippines experience and i was blown away of what i saw in the event. I told myself that i can do this Swim – Bike – Run.

There are almost 3,000 triathletes involved in this event and participated by more than 30 countries.