Reig Jr, Quiambao share Alveo 5150 Subic Bay victorySubic Bay, Philippines– Irienold Reig Jr. topped his performance from water to land, while Bea Marie Quiambao dashed to take first place in the women’s division as they shared top honors in the Alveo 5150 Triathlon in Subic Bay on October 23, 2022.Reig Jr. finished the race in two hours, twelve minutes, and 49 seconds, beating out other triathletes in the penultimate Olympic-distance race featuring a 1.5km swim, a 40km bike, and a 10km run event.Reig Jr. dominated the men’s 15-19 age category in a close battle with Raymund Gerard Velasco, who finished in 2:13:06 (M35-39), and Julian Sebastian Teves, who raced in 2:13:54. (M25-29).Meanwhile, top female bet Bea Quiambao is unbeaten as she chases her second triumph in the season’s third and final 5150 race under the new normal after conquering the 5150 in Bohol last July. Quiambao of the 20-24 age group secured the overall 5150 crown in the women’s category, clocking 2:23:25 to beat Kath Lagunsad of the 30-34 age group and Pilar Angela Paraiso of the 35-39 age group, who timed 2:41:51 and 2:41:51, respectively.Sharing the podium were other 5150 age-group winners Adrien Arqueza (Male 20-24), Julian Sebastian Teves (25-29), Gabb Rosario (30-34), Raymund Gerard Velasco (35-39), Haythem El-Ansary (40-44), Stephane Duranton (45-49), Alexander Isip (50-54), Mark Morel (55-59), Hiroshi Iwabuchi (60-64), Francesca Rae Musni (Female 15-19), Gaea Maranon (25-29), Kath Lagunsad (30-34), Pilar Angela Paraiso (35-39), Ma. Lourdes Cabero (40-44), Nylah Rizza Bautista (45-49), Janet Ching (50-54).The Alveo 5150 triathlon and Go For Gold Subic Bay is fully organized by Sunrise Events Inc. part of the IRONMAN Group. Other titles to be disputed in the event, sponsored by Alveo, SBMA, Finis, Rudy Project, Sante Barley, Lalamove, Active, and the Go For Gold Sunrise Sprint.About The IRONMAN Group The IRONMAN Group operates a global portfolio of events that includes the IRONMAN® Triathlon Series, the IRONMAN® 70.3® Triathlon Series, the IRONMAN® Virtual Racing™ (VR™) Series, 5150™ Triathlon Series, the Rock ‘n’ Roll® Running Series, the Rock ‘n’ Roll Virtual Running™ Series, IRONKIDS®, World Triathlon Championship Series, premier running events including the Standard Chartered Singapore Marathon™ and City2Surf®, UTMB® World Series events including Tarawera Ultra and Ultra-Trail Australia™, Epic Series™ mountain bike races including the Absa Cape Epic®, road cycling events including Haute Route®, and other multisport races. The IRONMAN Group is the largest operator of massparticipation sports in the world and provides more than a million participants annually the benefits of endurance sports through the company’s vast offerings. Catering to the full athlete experience, the company portfolio also includes FulGaz, the most realistic indoor riding experience connected fitness application aimed at preparing athletes for real-world events. Since the inception of the iconic IRONMAN® brand and its first event in 1978, athletes have proven that ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE® by crossing finish lines around the world. Beginning as a single race, The IRONMAN Group has grown to become a global sensation with hundreds of events across 55+ countries. The IRONMAN Group is owned by Advance, a private, family-owned business. For more information, visit www.ironman.com/about-ironman-group. About Advance Advance is a private, family-held business that owns and invests in companies across media, entertainment, technology, communications, education and other promising growth sectors. Our mission is to build the value of our companies over the long-term by fostering growth and innovation. Advance’s portfolio includes Condé Nast, Advance Local, Stage Entertainment, The IRONMAN Group, American City Business Journals, Leaders Group, Turnitin, 1010data and Pop. Together these operating companies employ more than 17,000 people in 29 countries. Advance is also among the largest shareholders in Charter Communications, Warner Bros. Discovery and Reddit. For more information visit www.advance.com.
Alveo 5150 Subic Bay Triathlon overall women’s division winner Bea Marie Quiambao, and Hyunji Ko, the second female placer for 20-24 age category.
Alveo 5150 Subic Bay triathlon men’s division age category 45-49 winner Stephane Duranton sharing the podium with Jualyn Baugbog (left) and Daniel Brown (right). Presenting the awards was Aries Cajucom from Alveo Land Corp (extreme right).