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Spartan Race is the world's famous obstacle race series which is not only about running but also about climbing, pushing, pulling, throwing and crawling through and over walls, mud pits, cargo nets and other challenging obstacles. It’s distance varies from 3 miles to marathon distance. In the past, the Spartan Races were only held in the United State of America but now they have been franchised in 30 Countries around the world. Thailand is one of those countries and Spartan Race Thailand 2018 was held in Hua Hin. The Spartan race series in Hua Hin included the Spartan Sprint (3+ miles), the Spartan Beast (13+ miles) and the Spartan Kids (1 mile) races.
Fox Football is striving to better the standard of football in Vietnam by bettering the standard of coaching. In turn, this improves the standard of players and improves the players chances of advancing in the world of football as well as in their life as a whole. Fox Football and Bollox Energy Gel have teamed up to provide sports nutrition to the Fox Football players during the Bangkok International Super Cup (BISC). The BISC is a youth soccer tournament held every June in Bangkok, Thailand. Attracting teams from all over South East Asia the event offers players the opportunity to compete on a regional level at world-class facilities.
With tropical conditions, IRONMAN 70.3 Vietnam is the perfect mid–season race to prepare athletes for their summer IRONMAN events. Participants are treated to a fast and scenic course that begins with a 1.9–km ocean swim in front of the beautiful Hyatt Regency Da Nang Resort & Spa, host hotel and race central. From there, athletes are enjoying a scenic two–loop 90km bike course on smooth, well paved roads that runs along Danang´s pristine coastline and past some of the city´s key landmarks. The final 21km out–and–back run course is flat, sunny and passes by many of Danang´s famous beach resorts before returning to the Hyatt for a stunning beach front finish.
Bangsaen Triathlon is the biggest triathlon event in Thailand. It attracts more than 2,000 triathlon competitors, 3,000 multi sports competitors and over 10,000 athletes across the whole festival. The course includes a 1,500m swim at Bangsaen beach, a 85km / 40km / 23km cycle course on flat roads through the area surrounding Bangsaen city and the Bang Pra reservoir. The 15km/10km/5km run courses start at the Bangsaen beachfront and lead into the ”Monkey Zone” and Khao Sam Muk mountain.
With a new and exciting course IRONMAN is presenting the Foremost IRONMAN 70.3 Thailand to take place on November 26, 2017. The race venue remains the same at Bangtao Phuket, the same grounds of the first triathlon in Asia more than 20 years ago. Start, finish and awards party will all be in one place at Bangtao beach. Phuket, one of the world’s premier holiday destinations, is famous for its crystal clear waters, pristine white beaches and stunning natural scenery – as well as its variety of attractions and entertainment. Friendly smiles and compassionate nature of its people, combined with the added bonus of luxury hotels and resorts, makes Phuket, Thailand the next IRONMAN target destination.
Pattaya Triathlon is the most trendy triathlon event in Thailand and attracts more than 1,300 triathlon competitors, 2,000 multi sports competitors and over 15,000 people across the whole weekend of 27-28 May 2017. The course includes a 1500m swim at Pattaya beach, a 40km / 25km cycle on flat roads through the Sukhumvit highway and a 10km / 5km run through Pattaya beachfront leading into the most popular nightlife area ”Pattaya Walking Street” and unforgettable high slope “Khao Prathamnak” mountain. The Triathlon tour series in Pattaya City is just one of many events held as part of the Thailand Tri-league Multi Sport festival including an open water swim, a duathlon, a sporting goods expo and charity fun run.
Sport-Active Netherlands is yearly organizing the 3-Hills Cycling Tour. The tour starts in Deventer and passes over the Sallandse heuvelrug and the Posbank and the three hills around Hellendoorn & Holten. There are 2 categories 100km and 180km. Besides the 3-Hills Tour, Sport-Active Netherlands is organizing clinics, training camps, cycling-, running- and swimming races in Netherlands as well as travels to overseas sports events.
Rising Star Football Academy (RSFA) operates player development academies in UK, Korea and Vietnam. It’s aiming at providing young footballers with a passion for the sport through developing unsurpassed technique, advanced tactical knowledge, good discipline, sportsmanship and razor sharp competitive edge. Rising Star Football Academy and Bollox Energy Gel have teamed up to provide sports nutrition for the RSFA athletes. One of the key RSFA events is the Summer Tour which ends with the RSFA teams participating in the world’s largest soccer tournament: the Norway Cup, hosting 2,000 teams from all over the globe.
Triteam Roterdam was founded in 2001 as a national triathlon team that participates mainly in triathlon and duathlon competitions. National, in this case means that members live in different cities all over the Netherlands. The team’s athletes aim at finishing top ten at national competitions in the Netherlands and achieve a podium spot in the Dutch triathlon championships. In addition, Triteam carries out a number of other activities, which reinforce and support each other. For example, Triteam has worked with Rotterdam Topsport and the municipality of Rotterdam to establish plans for organizing international multi-sports competitions in the city. The first international triathlon competition was held in Rotterdam in 2016. In 2017 the city of Rotterdam is stepping up its efforts by hosting the ITU World Championship for Elite athletes and all other categories.
Super League Triathlon has been unveiled as the future of triathlon with huge prize money, superstar fields and action-packed racing formats that provide pulse-pounding action and an unparalleled spectator experience. In what is a closed league series open only to athletes who have secured a Super League Triathlon championship series contract, all athletes will race in Super League Triathlon uniforms and chase USD $1.5 Million in professional prize money and incentives over season one of Super League Triathlon. Super League Triathlon race formats include a 300m Swim, 6km Bike and 2km Run sections with varying multiples and sequences of each discipline. The inaugural event took place on Hamilton Island from 15 to 17 March 2017. Richard Murray was the big overall winner to take home $100,000 in prize money and the Champions Trophy.
Jorik van Egdom is one of the few athletes to have held concurrent U23 world championships in triathlon and duathlon, and sets himself apart with concurrent U23 and Elite duathlon world championship titles. Jorik is a track and field star who transitioned to triathlon at the age of 16. He is able to deliver a scorching run off the back of a blistering bike ride, holding off all challengers to fly to the finish tape.
Key Career Results are:
3rd ITU Triathlon Mixed Relay World Championships (2017)
U23 World Champion (2016)
U23 and Elite Duathlon World Champion (2016)
U23 Cross Triathlon World Champion (2015)
Junior Duathlon World Champion (2013)
Junior European Champion (2014)
Junior Cross Triathlon World Champion (2013).
After a 3-year hiatus, Ironman returned back to Phuket Island in Thailand on 27 November 2016, under a new organizing team, Sunrise Events Inc. which is also organizing Ironman events in the Philippines and in Vietnam. Despite being hosted in the same resort as previous 70.3 races in Phuket, the swim and bike course was altered significantly, making it a faster race as all the challenging hills were taken out of the bike course. The 2016 Ironman 70.3 Phuket saw over 1350 athletes from 61 countries taking part in the event including two world champions. In the men’s race Tim Reed battled head to head for the entire race with Michael Raelert. Ultimately Reed won by only fifteen seconds difference. The female race was won by New Zealand’s Amelia Watkinson.