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Singapore Duathlon 2019 – Talent Identification for SEA Games 2019 (Duathlon)

Are you interested to represent your Nation at the 2019 SEA Games?

Singapore Duathlon 2019 – Talent Identification for SEA Games 2019 (Duathlon)

The 2019 Southeast Asian (SEA) Games will be held in Manila from 30 November to 10 December 2019. It had been announced that Duathlon (Standard Distance) will be one of the medal events at the 2019 SEA Games!

The *Singapore Duathlon 2019* held on *20 January 2019* will be used as a Talent Identification race for the selection of outstanding and potential athletes into the National HPE duathlon program.

Athletes interested in representing their Nation at the SEA Games, in the sport of Duathlon, shall take note of the following:

Athletes Eligibility:

  1. Singapore Citizen
  2. At least 18 years of age as of 31 December 2019
  3. Participate in the Standard Distance Category
  4. Usage of a Road Bike for the race (Time Trial bikes are not allowed)

Instructions:

  1. Register for the Singapore Duathlon 2019 – Standard Distance (www.singaporeduathlon.com)
  2. Send an email of intent to eugene.ong@triathlonsingapore.org latest by 20 December 2018.
  3. Include in your email the following documents:
  • – Athletes’ Profile form
  • – Sports CV (if any) – to include past results from duathlon, triathlon races, or individual bike or run races

Daniel Sng assigned to Dongdaihe Asian Cup

Daniel Sng, was assigned to the 2018 Dongdaihe ASTC Triathlon Asian Cup as Technical Delegate, which took place in Liaoning Province, China on 30th June 2018.

2018 Age Group World Championships – Standard Distance

Updates on registration:

Closing date for registration for Sprint and Standard World Championships closes 4 August 2018

For the Age Group Standard Distance World Championships, since the qualifying event will be held on 29 July (Tri-Factor Triathlon), Age Groupers whom wishes to participate in the 2018 Age Group World Championships in Gold Coast, must write in to eugene.ong@triathlonsingapore.org to indicate your intent, by 11 July 2018. 

Those that qualified on the 29 July Tri-Factor Triathlon, but had not send in their email indication of intent by 11 July 2018, your slot cannot be guaranteed.

For more information on qualification criterias, please refer below.

 

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Ride the Wave with the World’s Best Triathletes @ the 2018 ITU World Triathlon Grand Final, to be held in Gold Coast Australia from 12 to 16 September 2018!

Please visit the event website for more info on entry fees, race schedule, race info, accommodation booking etc: https://goldcoast.triathlon.org/

Registrations for the 2018 Age Group World Championships is now open. Have you qualified?

Eligibility Checklist:

• Entry is open to Singaporean nationals and PR (resident in Singapore for a minimum of 3 years)
• Athletes must be members of the Triathlon Association of Singapore. To apply, please visit here.
• Athletes must not have represented another National Federation in the current calendar year.
• Sprint Distance (Draft-Legal) – Athletes must have qualified via the Metasprint Triathlon NTC Race 1, held on 15 April 2018 (Completed). For more info, please visit here.
• Standard Distance (Draft-Illegal) – Athletes can qualify via the Trifactor Triathlon NTC Race 2, to be held on 29 July 2018. For more info, please visit here.

How to register:

• For Age Group Sprint World Championships, qualified athletes would have received an email invitation. If you’d qualified, but have not received any invitations, please write in to eugene.ong@triathlonsingapore.org
• For Age Group Standard World Championships, athletes can qualify via the Trifactor Triathlon NTC Race 2 on 29 July 2018, by coming in Top 10 & within 10% of winner’s time, in their age group.
• Registration for the Age Group World Championships can only be done via TAS. An email instructions will be send to you if you’d qualified.

Discretionary

• Athletes may request for a discretionary slot if they falls in the following category:
• Athletes whom are outside of the Top 10 or not within 10% of winner’s time, but close
• Singaporeans residing overseas, whom are not able to race in the 2 qualifying races. Validated race results within a 1 year period is required to be submitted to TAS for verification of competency.

Race Requirements:

ITU Competition Rules and Regulation Applies.
• Please ensure your bike is compliant to ITU rules for Sprint Draft-Legal and Standard Draft-Illegal.
• Athletes are required to have an ITU Compliant Race suit: ITU Logo, Country Code, Back Zipper, Approved NF color and design.
• Fully Self Fund: Entry Fees, Travel Insurance, Travel and Accommodation, Team Uniform.

For enquiries, please write to eugene.ong@triathlonsingapore.org

 

Our Technical Officials in Subic Bay

Cecilia Monis, Denise Wong and Eugene Ong served as Technical Officials (TO) in the recent YOG Qualifiers / Southeast Asian Triathlon Championships held in Subic Bay on 17 June. The TO Team was led by Technical Delegate, Melody Tan from Malaysia.

Emma Middleditch airs Majulah Singapura in Subic Bay

Emma Middleditch finished 1st in the women qualifiers assuring Singapore a slot in the Buenos Aires Youth Olympic Games in October 2018 with a time of 1:01:44. Lee Jung Won from Korea came in 2nd with China’s Yu Winying 3rd followed by Japan and Hong Kong completing the 5 National Federation (NF) slots representing Asia.

The men qualifiers saw Japan, China, Hong Kong, Malaysia and Syria filling up the YOG Asian slots. Our men Luke Chua and Nicholas Rachmadi fought bravely to produce 10th in the NF standings, finishing 14th and 16th respectively in the strong field of 34 athletes.

In the Southeast Asian Triathlon (SEATA) Championships, Phoebe Kee finished 2nd while our men Bryce Chong and Cedric Chua completed today’s results clinching 4th and 6th place.

Majulah Singapura!

Photo credit: https://www.facebook.com/alan.fabricante

Emma finished 1st, Singapore secures YOG slot

Subic Bay: Emma Middleditch finished first in the women qualifiers assuring Singapore a slot in the Buenos Aires Youth Olympic Games in October 2018.

Subic Bay: YOG Qualifiers and SEATA Championships

2018 Subic Bay ASTC Triathlon Asian Youth Olympic Games (YOG) Qualifier*

Men Start 5:40AM
Luke Chua
Nicholas Rachmadi

Women Start 6:20AM
Emma Middleditch

*Top 5 National Federation will qualify for the 5 male & 5 female YOG slots in Buenos Aires, October 2018

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2018 Subic Bay ASTC Southeast Asian Triathlon (SEATA) Championships

Men Start 7:00AM
Bryce Chong
Cedric Chua

Women Start 7:02AM
Phoebe Kee

Eid Mubarak!

Triathlon Singapore wishes our Muslim friends a blessed Hari Raya!

Singapore sees 3 Triathlon Technical Officials serving the 18th ASIAN GAMES

We are delighted to announce Denise Wong, Peter Chua and Steven Wong selected to serve as Technical Officials (TO) for Triathlon in the 18th Asian Games to be held in Palembang, Indonesia. “The ASTC Executive Board has approved the selections and ASTC will announce the full list of TOs shortly,” says Sam Wickramasinghe, ASTC Technical Committee Chair in his announcement email.

The Triathlon, which consists of Men’s Individual, Women’s Individual and the Mixed Relay, will be held at JSC Lake Jakabaring from 31st Aug till 2nd Sep 2018. The TO team will be led by Technical Delegate Cheah Choon Nam fr0m Malaysia.