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one day i wanna be a ROCKSTAR!

from being a single sport enthusiast (swimmer, biker or runner), usually newbies want to be called a multisport athlete (duathlete, aquathlete or triathlete). from being a newbie triathlete, to be an IRONMAN, most of us would also want to become a ROCKSTAR!




most of my teammates who became IRONMEN this year, loaded up on their tri mileage by joining WRT :)



 It was also here that the rivalry between Endure Masters and SH-Endures started.


H-Endure Masters Relay Team




SH-Endures Relay Team


For more details, please see below :)



ARE YOU READY TO ROCK?

The White Rock Triathlon 2011, will welcome 161 Triathletes to join the longest running and most popular triathlon event in Philippines on Saturday 1st October 2011 in Whiterock Beach Resort & Water Park in Subic Zambales.

Organized by Extribe Inc. since 2004, this is the 8th annual White Rock Triathlon.  The course is known for being challenging and features a 2 km open sea ocean swim from the beach at White Rock Beach Resort, a 91 km out and back bike course through scenic Zambales, and a 20 km run course into Subic, which will challenge athletes with a hilly section tagged “Heartbreak Hills” and a long flat open section christened the “Microwave” before they are welcomed back to the finish line at White Rock Beach Resort.

Athletes come from all walks of life to vie for places as the top 3 male over-all, top 3 female over-all, and the top 3 male and 3 female for each age group.  So popular is this event that some athletes are competing this year for the 8th time.  The race became known as triathlon “Rockstars.” Athletes and competitors are mixed top executives, entrepreneurs and young professionals belonging to market class ABC1. These events are also family-oriented as family members; friends and supporters commonly accompany participants.

The event is made possible in partnership with Whiterock Beach Resort & Water Park, Province of Zambales, City of Olongapo and Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority. Supported by Powerade, Wicked Active Gear, David’s Salon, Blue Cross, Speedo, Kameraworld, Total Fitness Magazine, Fitness First, Paragon, Mister Cool Misting Fans, New Balance and Chris Sports.  Let’s Rock!




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  1. Awww... missing CnB :-( Good times!

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