Zamba Multisport Beach Festival – March 18-20, 2011

17 views
zamba-multisport-festival-2011

Province of Zambales is hosting the first multisport festival. It is a 3-day multisport festivity in support of the province sports’ tourism program. Organize by the Tourism office of Zambales, Zambales sports council and in partnership with Team Bikestop as technical event organizer.

Zamba Multisport-Beach Games Festival
March 18-20, 2011 @ 6AM
Uacon Cove, Candelaria Zambales

Registration Fees:
Cycling – P 300.00
Open Water Swim – P 200.00
Duathlon – P 400.00
Ultimate – P 500.00
Triathlon – P 600.00

Registration fee inclusive of event jersey, food, and other freebies.

Registration Venues:
Zambales Provincial Capitol
Cris Sports
Team Bikestop – Subic bay SBMA

Triathlon/ Cycling/ – Medals and Cash Prizes for Top 3 Overall – Male & Female
Champion: P5,000
2nd Place: P3,000
3rd Place: P2,000
Age group top 3 winners – Cash prize and medal

Registration Venues:
Zambales Provincial Capitol
Cris Sports
Team Bikestop – Subic bay SBMA

Contact Details:
+639228808600 / +639175808540 (triathlon, cycling, duathlon)
+639224282215 (Mike, ultimate frisbee)

Race / Event Details:

18 March, Friday
7:00 am, Iba Road Cycling Classic
– Distance: 120 km; Iba Capitol – Sta. Cruz – Iba Capitol finishline
– Open to all professional-amateur cyclist
– Executive category will be separated from proAm category.
10:00 am, Blacksand – Potipot Island Open Water swim challenge
– Distance: 2km; starts at Dawal resort, swim toward Potipot Island, u-turn then back to Dawal.

19 March, Saturday
7:00 am, Duathlon challenge – Sprint distance
– 5km trail run – 30km bike – 3km run
10:00 am, Black Sands Challenge–Beach Ultimate Frisbee
– 8 Elite Teams
– 8 Beginner Teams
– 4 Fields in front of Dawal Resort
– Whole day event till Night Tournament

20 March, Sunday
7:00 am, Zamba Triathlon Challenge – Standard distance
– 1500m swim – 50km bike – 12 km run

SHARE
is an all-inclusive venue that encourages passion for sports, wellness and health, empowered by a sense of camaraderie and community that is uniquely Filipino.

Leave a Reply