The First TRI-Factor Asian Championship 2018/2019 Was Crowned To A National Cyclist
National Cyclist took part in the TRI-Factor Bike challenge and conquered it by emerging as a champion for the 49km bike category.
TRI-Factor has stepped up its development for the Asian Championship series as it is the first 2018/2019 event being held in the heart of the Republic of Singapore with new exciting race categories at the TRI-Factor Bike/CycleRun 2018 event.
TRI-Factor Bike challenge female winner
At the event, more than 800 athletes graced and took part in the event with the National Cyclist Serene Lee, who clocked in 1 hour 24 minutes 12 seconds to emerge as the top TRI-Factor Strongest 49km Female cyclist. Chawaree Termtanah finished second with a time of 1 hour 26 minutes 13 seconds and Sarah Tan who came in third with a time of 1 hour 29 minutes 25 seconds.
TRI-Factor CycleRun long distance challenge male winner
For the first Long distance Cyclerun challenge, Alan Blakie took the crown with an astonishing timing of 2 hours 11 minutes and 32 seconds. Blakie who took the crown came in 7 minutes earlier against his closest rival, Colin Mitchell and Clifford Scott who came in second and third position.
About TRI-Factor Asian Championship event
Managing Director of Orange Room Pte Ltd, Mr. Elvin Ting was pleased with the event and that he looks forward to putting up more races in various venues. He said:
We’re pleased to launch the TRI-Factor Series™ Asian Championship in our 10th year anniversary with a successful TRI-Factor Bike/CycleRun event today and we look forward to putting up more races in new iconic venues across Phillippines, Thailand, Indonesia and in China. Our purpose is to provide our athletes a diverse race option throughout the year, catering to the specific needs of our of the athletes across Asia. We launch a new campaign STRONG hopes to reinforce the 4 key pillars of an athlete that comprises of physical strength, mental strength, emotional strength and spiritual strength.
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