2018 has been a very slow year as far as this blog is concerned. This is probably one of the years with the least number of postings that I made but fortunately there are still a lot of great things that act as silver lining to an otherwise jaded year.
I can’t believe it’s been almost a month now, but I still remember those days at Camarines Sur which started my back-to-back triathlon weekends. For posterity’s sake, here’s my look back at that epic weekend with TRI-Factor.
After the dust had settled, the champions of the inaugural TRI-Factor Asian Championship Series (Philippines) had risen with Billy Biag and Mark Malolot taking the long and standard distances crown, respectively. Here’s a brief rundown of the event that transpired.
TRI-Factor Asian Championship Series (Philippines) is slated today at the CamSur Watersports Complex in Camarines Sur with participation from beginners to experienced triathletes, including some celebrities.
CamSur is now awaiting the arrival of the participants for the forthcoming TRI-Factor Asian Series. But before the event officially starts, here are some background information about the event.
Our second day in Bicol brought us back to the mainland, in the town of Pili, still in the province of Camarines Sur (CamSur). It’s not my first time to be in CWC or this part of CamSur (my first time being the 2010 CamSur Marathon) but it would be my first time to do wakeboarding!