Even before founding Second Wind Nation, sports were powerful vehicles for my intentions. When I set a goal, maintaining fitness for example, at the end of the workout, I was one step closer to achieving it. Sometimes, when I had a key race, my entire lifestyle revolved around that single intention. But what if
When there’s a wheel, there’s a way’ is a column featuring your next door folk balancing their athletic pursuits and their everyday life. Brought to you by Bikes n Bites. A string of victories at the Metasprint and Trifactor series looked to be a solid confidence booster for Nicholas Rachmadi ahead of the Youth Olympic
Bryce Chong, who was the champion at last year’s Singapore International Triathlon, emerged victorious again this year. This year's finale race for the National Triathlon Championships (NTC) had a standard distance event on top of last year's sprint distance race, with Metasprint Triathlon and Trifactor Sprint Triathlon now part of the series. But just
Check out our pre-Asian Games features: Nikko Huelgas and John Chicano. Things could have been very different if Kim Kilgroe hadn’t committed all her money into triathlon in 2016. Would she have been toeing the line alongside the region’s top triathletes at her first Asian Games? Would she have the time to travel to
The #Strong movement is presented by the TRI-Factor Asian Championships Series. Just 1.5 years after picking up the triathlon, Nicholas Rachmadi was the first local to cross the line at last weekend's Metasprint triathlon, and placed fourth overall among older and more experienced triathletes. When Rachmadi took his first steps in the triathlon as a
Choo Ling Er was ready to conclude her season after completing last year's Ironman Langkawi. Then, the Singapore Cycling Federation announced a trial for road racers last November. She decided to give it a go. In February, Choo switched her focus to cycling as she represented the Republic at February's Asian Cycling Championship in
It has been a less than ideal start to the year for national triathlete Aaron Kiss. Shin problems since January kept his run volume to a minimum. Then, he caught a virus which took him out for two weeks. The storyline was similar for fellow national triathlete and Second Wind Nation compatriot Cedric Chua.