Calling all swimmers, runners, and aspiring aquathletes! Online registration is still ongoing for the 1st ever Aquathlon United happening 20 September 2015.
Click here for more details: http://www.unilabactivehealth.com/events_aquathlonunited_racedetails.html
Austin Chang and sister, Athena Chang hold hands as they cheerfully raced with more than 132 kids at the Alaska IronKids Aquathlon event last May 25, at the Club Manila East, Taytay Rizal. The Alaska IronKids sports program has become a platform for the Chang siblings to bond by racing together and supporting each other whether they win or lose. It helps instill the values of Determination, Hard Work, Teamwork, Discipline, and Sportsmanship in children and this is what real champions are made of. Join the Alaska IronKids program now and become a real-life champion! Just log on to www.ironkidsphil.com or at www.alaskamilk.com for more details.
Here are some of the photos I took during the said event:
Catch the next Alaska IronKids event on August 3 and October 20 for the triathlon!
The top 3 finishers for each category of the Alaska IronKids Aquathlon were all smiles as they received their awards last June 30, 2013 at the Marist School Marikina.
Did you miss this fun and exciting event? Just log on to www.ironkidsphil.com to register your child and help them become a real-life champion!
Photos by: Anthony Yu
IronKids Philippines is the local junior version of the international triathlon series, Ironman, which is open to children 6 to 14 years old. This competition is open to kids who are new to the sport and those who have already joined other triathlon events.
Alaska IronKids aims to promote a healthy lifestyle for kids to love outdoor sports instead of staying inside their houses playing computer games or being addicted to social networking. Through this endeavor, they will also value sportsmanship and camaraderie among other kids as well as having fun with their parents who support them in the activity.
Last Sunday, we were invited to witness these kids as they competed in an aquathlon held at the Ateneo de Manila Grade School area. After finishing the race in swimming and running, you can see smiles on their faces, attesting that hard work and determination can achieve anything; especially for those children who won in their respective age category.
Kudos to Alaska Milk Corporation who never fail promoting different sports to Filipino children for them to embrace active lifestyle and healthy competition.
Please visit Alaska IronKids Philippines website to know more about their upcoming events: http://ironkidsphil.com/2013/