Grow Stronger, Live Better with Tri-Factor Series
One of the biggest triathlon series in Asia, The TRI-Factor Series will be launching several new races across 8 new countries in Asia by 2017 with a two year campaign named "Grow Stronger, Live Better".
The plans were announced at a press conference held on 27 February 16.
Tri-Factor Series Asian Championship 2016 / 2017
The Tri-Factor Series Asian Championship 2016 / 2017 is a four-leg mass participation sports series comprising of individual swim, bike and run events and a finale triathlon.
Beside the new races, the Tri-Factor Series is also launching 3 new race formats, the Swim-Run-Swim, Bike-Run-Bike and Run-Swim-Run within the Series in selected races. These new race formats intend to cater for a more experienced multi-sport community.
In order for athletes to keep track of their current race performance and compare to their peers across various countries within Asia, a new Asia Tri-Factor point scoring system will also be introduced together with a new App in the later part of 2016.
The TRI-Factor Series App will provide an additional platform for all athletes to connect with each other, stay updated on the latest events news and track their personal training and race records.
Additionally, the Tri-Factor Series hopes to extend their outreach to more than 100,000 athletes with varying capabilities and experience to challenge themselves in any of its four races. The TRI-Factor Series has also partnered with 2 times Ironman World Champion Chris McCormack and other professional athletes to provide their race participants with coaching materials and information to excel in the sport.
"We aim to make triathlon a sport that is accessible and enjoyable for all. We believe that everyone deserves to grow stronger to to be able to live better.", said General Manager and Race Director of the TRI-Factor Series, Mr Joseph Tan.
Organised by Orange Room, the TRI-Factor Series has attracted over 11,000 participants across all 4 events in the Singapore Edition in 2015. More than 40,000 participants are expected in the 2016 events across Asia.
For more information about the TRI-Factor Series, you can visit the official site.