20 confidence-boosting triathlon skills to help you enjoy your next race

When you have mastered these triathlon skills, you will be physically and mentally more prepared for your triathlon race. On race day, you will struggle less, and triathlon will become more intuitive and more enjoyable. You might even find racing more fun. If you need help getting started with the skills listed below, feel free to join us/enquire about Second Wind’s triathlon skills clinic.

Cedric Chua emerges national champion in Tri-Factor Triathlon; Singapore unrepresented at Asian Games

With one month to go before enlisting into the army, Cedric Chua just wanted to leave his mark to put himself in consideration for the 2019 SEA Games. And left his mark he did. In his third crack at the standard distance in the Trifactor Triathlon held at East Coast Park on Sunday morning, Chua emerged the national champion and finished second in the

By |July 29th, 2018|Triathlon|

Toh Ting Xuan sets 5000m national junior record, first junior to run sub-18 minutes

2018 has been nothing short of a dream season for Toh Ting Xuan thus far. After setting the ‘A’ Division 3000-metre record at the National Schools Track and Field Championships, she upgraded to the 5000m at the Singapore Open. Her debut netted her the national junior record and a ticket to the Asian Junior Athletic Championships. On Thursday, Toh shaved 17 seconds off her

By |June 9th, 2018|Running|

#Strong: Phoebe Kee quits school to pursue triathlon dreams

The #Strong movement is presented by the TRI-Factor Asian Championships Series.  As Phoebe Kee watched her father, Kee Teck Sing, compete in the 2011 Busselton Ironman, she thought to herself, “Wow, he’s amazing.” Riding on that wave of inspiration, she signed up for the 2014 MILO Youth Triathlon two years later. The only problem? Kee was terrified of the sea, constantly clinging to her dad