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Tri ‘20 set Feb. 23 in Subic Bay

The new multisport season of Bike King events will launch with the Apollo Petroleum Jelly TRI 2020, firing off on the morning of Feb. 23 at the Subic Bay Freeport Zone, the nation’s triathlon capital.

Apollo Petroleum Jelly TRI 2020 features two racecourses of Standard Distance (1.5 Km swim—40 Km bike— 10 Km run) and Sprint Distance (750 M swim—20 Km bike—5 Km run), which will take participants from the waters of Acea Subic Bay to Argonaut Highway (followed by a challenging climb up Ocean Adventure) and to the 4-loop run course towards All Hands Beach. 

A scenic view of Subic Bay and a festive atmosphere await both triathletes and spectators at the Acea Subic Bay area, where the finish line and transition area are located.

At stake in the event presented by Apollo Petroleum Jelly and supported by Cleene, Mediplast, LeGARDE L-Carnitine, Vermosa Sports Hub, Alviera, Clark Global City, Smart, Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority, ACEA Subic Bay, Court Meridian Hotel & Suites, hydration partners POCARI Sweat and Sip Purified Water, timing partner GARMIN, shoe partner Saucony and recovery partner Air Relax Massage Guns are medals for all finishers, trophies and gift packs for the winners in each category. The categories include individual (Standard and Sprint) and relay (Standard Distance only), which have sub-categories, namely all-men, all-women, and mixed team.

Title-sponsored by Apollo Petroleum Jelly and organized by Bike King, the Apollo Petroleum Jelly TRI 2020 promises to be a great venue for athletes put test their limits, to eventually break their boundaries and ultimately better themselves. Over 500 participants from around the nation have signed up for the event.

For more information on the race and other upcoming events, visit BikeKingPhilippines.com.

Topics: Apollo Petroleum Jelly TRI 2020 , Subic Bay Freeport Zone , All Hands Beach

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