ASIAN CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES
SWIM . BIKE . RUN . TRI
EAST COAST PARK
Swim, bike, and run in one of Singapore’s most popular urban getaway, the East Coast Park, where you can find a variety of sporting, recreational activities, and lots of restaurants, bars, and cafes along the 15-kilometer stretch of beaches.
The Compressport Run & Run-Swim event is postponed to a later date for health and safety reasons due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Clark is a fast growing economic metropolis and sports tourism destination in Asia which is just a 1-1/2 hour drive from Metro Manila. Run at the Clark Parade Grounds and experience cycling at the Clark International Speedway.
Swim, bike, and run at Vung Tau, a port city which enjoys a spectacular location on a peninsula in Southern Vietnam. Just 2-hours away from Ho Chi Min City, it is a popular weekend beach getaway for both locals and expats.
The Trifactor Vietnam event is postponed to a later date for health and safety reasons due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Belitung is an island on the east of Sumatra. Just a 1.5 hour flight from Singapore, it is blessed with white sand beaches decorated with granite rocks. There is so much to see and explore in this tiny island paradise making it a perfect race-cation.
Discover Putrajaya, a world-class modern city 25-kilometer from Kula Lumpur. Swim on the lake and bike, run on well paved roads elegantly designed with a European feel, surrounding greeneries and visually appealing cityscape.
Swim, bike, run at Hua Hin, a mix of city and sea, lined with high-end hotels and seafood shacks. It’s a weekend getaway spot for Bangkok residents and expats. The town itself is clean, warm and laid-back, making it ideal for families and tri race-cation.
Quzhou is a city in Zhejiang, China. As the residence for the descendants of Confucius, Quzhou has become a nationally renowed travel destination with the region’s most scenic spots and heritage sites. The race starts in the historic Shuiting Gate. Swim at at the Qu river. Bike and run along the river, the new and old urban areas areas such as the ancient city wll of Quzhou, the Lixian Bridge and other historic sites.
TRI-Factor is more than just swimming, cycling, and running races in Asia. It is bringing together people who share the same love and passion for the sport of triathlon. TRI-Factor is about fostering an all-inclusive and welcoming triathlon community for all skill levels.
TRI-Factor is committed to providing access to well-organized world-class swim, bike, and run events that is fun, safe, and challenging. We provide innovative to standard distance formats for newbies who just want to enjoy their first triathlon race, to seasoned triathletes who want to live a healthy lifestyle, to the elite triathletes testing their limits to win a Triathlon Asian Championship.
Organized by Orange Room, the TRI-Factor Asian Championship Series started in 2009 in Singapore. Today, the TRI-Factor Series is held in 7 countries across Asia Pacific including Philippines, Vietnam, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, and China giving local and foreign participants the chance to meet and connect with other triathletes from around the globe.
Triathlon which is swim, bike, run is the fastest growing sport in the world and can be achieved by anyone no matter what age or ability. Triathletes race for different reasons and whatever your goal is, TRI-Factor provide the stage to help transform your mindset from impossible to “I’m Possible”.
MARCH 1, 2020
NATIONAL DUATHLON CHAMPIONSHIP
TRIATHLON NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP
JULY 11 - 12, 2020
TRIATHLON & DUATHLON FESTIVAL
OCTOBER 17, 2020
SEPTEMBER 19-20, 2020
ASIAN TRIATHLON CHAMPIONSHIP