Triathletes from All Over the Philippines Competed in the Local Triathlon Event

NOVEMBER 21, 2022

At least 130 triathletes from Luzon to Mindanao areas in the Philippines competed in the Pintaflores Triathlon consisting of a 1-kilometer swim, 30-kilometer bike, and 8-kilometer run, yesterday, Nov. 20.
The said race was among the last events organized in line with the celebration of the 30th Pintaflores Festival facilitated by the San Carlos Association of Mountain Bikers (SCAMB) in cooperation with the local government of San Carlos City.

The following are the winners of the different categories:
Elite Kristianne Lim -1st place;
Jann Patrick Catan -2nd place;
Michael Acas – 3rd place;
In the 19 and below category,
Edgie Araces – 1st place;
Jefran Ditchella – 2nd place;
Raphael Nocete -3rd place;
Male 20 to 29,
John Clement Vergara – 1st place;
Jude Dejilla – 2nd place;
Joel Ditchella – 3rd place;
Male 30 to 39,
Johnson Ejase – 1st place;
Kim Estanil – 2nd place;
Adrian Mallari – 3rd place;
Male 40 to 49,
Ralph Arche – 1st place;
Dino Paolo Pison – 2nd place;
Rey Duque – 3rd place;
Male 50 to above,
Michael Magalso – 1st place;
Rogelio Dejilla Jr. – 2nd place;
Pedro Cabingas – 3rd place;
Male MTB Open,
Neil Plagata – 1st place;
Charlie Jenon – 2nd place;
Ronnie Galve Jr. – 3rd place;
Relay Open Team,
Cool Cycles -1st place;
DPS Racing – 2nd place;
Holy Tri Team – 3rd place;
Female Elite,
Karen Manayon – 1st place;
Jamie Lacaya – 2nd place;
Andrea Xayde Gaurana -3rd place;
19 and Below,
Mearianne Pearlleen Suico – 1st place;
Jean Marie Osorio – 2nd place;
Wayne Michelle Cabaron – 3rd place;
Female 20 to 29,
Meara Pearnille Suico – 1st place;
Dorothy Gail Roa – 2nd place;
Soidemer Claracay – 3rd place;
Female 30 to 39,
Urie Hondrade – 1st place;
Female 40 and Above,
Cheryl Mae Tagra -1st place;
Female MTB Open,
Nathalie Nesnia – 1st place
All winners received trophies;
Road Bike Elite Men’s and Women’s categories winners received P10,000,
1st place; P7,000, 2nd place; and P5,000,
3rd place while relay winners were given P8,000,
1st place; P6,000, 2nd place; and P4,000, 3rd place.
Jose Angelo Cosas, president of the SCAMB was grateful for the success of the first-ever traditional triathlon where all participants finished the race.
He added that he looked forward to organizing the Olympic triathlon distances consisting of a 1.5-kilometer swim, 40-kilometer bike, and 10-kilometer run next year.
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