Saturday, February 25, 2012

Photo-Log: The Singapore Duathlon 2012

This morning, after my 2-hour tapering ride (on my new bike setup) with Nicholas Khaw, we attended the Singapore Duathlon. Due to the long duration of the race, with sprint and full-distance (10K run/40K ride/5K run) formats, I managed to capture only a cursory glance of the 30-39 and 40-49 age-groupers. It was a hot and humid morning, eventually hitting 33 degrees Celcius, with a fair number of dropouts (and for sensible reason). Enjoy the photographs and videos. Congratulations to Tomoya Tsuarata and Ewin Teo for placing 5th and 2nd respectively in their age-group! 60-year-old, male veteran Victor Chan scored another podium finish with third - good job, Victor! , Nicholas Fang, Vice-President of Triathlon Family Singapore was also a participant, showing panache within a tensed ambience. Results of the race are found on the race-organisers' Triathlon Association of Singapore (TAS) website.
The calm before the storm...
Friends from Team Crazy2Tri being spotted at the rear of the 40-49 age-group pack.
Flag-off for the 40-49's!
The ever-present and effervescent emcee, Ross Sarpani!
Elite-runner, Dr Bao Ying makes her way through the Ride transition.
Elite age-groupers, Tomoya Tsuruta (5th, 30-34 years) and C K Poon (winner of 35-39, Mens).
OD sprint specialist and 70.3 world championships finisher, Brian Tan.
30-39-year-olds ready to go!
Dr Derek Li (in grey,4th, 25-29 years) focused on the start.
Dex Tai smiles...taking it easy before the horn.
Results for a few categories, including Tomoya's and Ewin's placings (photo courtesy of Ewin Teo).

1 comment:

Roger Bare said...

When we say leaders, those are person who govern and leads such organization or even countries. We choose a leader to act as person who can be trusted and will also be a way in which people will make sure that he is doing the right thing. And in some occasion leaders are always present. I might say that an emcee is also a leader, because an emcee act as person who entertains and leads the event.