Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Alaska IronKids

If you think triathlon is tough, you may find your eyes get stuck on the athletic kids that participated in the last Alaska IronKids Aquathlon. I can't believe what I am seeing and can't help but get startled in amazement on what 6 years old kids can do that I believe I can't do.

With 8 turns of from the pool to several kilometers run within the venue is tough, and imagine kids doing this in front of your eyes. To be honest, I shrink on my pants that day because I've seen most of those kids out run and out-swim me and boy! That is something!

Check out some of the shots I got from it.

Alaska IronKids Philippines is an annual sporting event that aims to promote the healthy and active lifestyle among children through the winning combination of proper nutrition and physical activity. The Alaska IronKids Race Series is just one of many sports development programs that Alaska conducts yearly to engage children to come out and play.

Borlain Sisters Bagging medals once again
Pioneering athletic programs like the Alaska IronKids Philippines Triathlon has managed to take children away from their video game consoles, cellphones and cable TV remotes and out into the sun to swim, bike and run in triathlon races. Alaska’s sports programs hope to encourage children to get into organized sports while learning positive values like hard work, discipline, determination and teamwork. The program for 2015 will continue to bring excitement as it helps future athletes realize their dreams.

Become an inspiring athlete too and join Alaska’s sports programs now! NUTRITION. ACTION. CHAMPION. For general information about the Alaska IronKids please visit http://www.ironkidsphil.com; Alaska Milk Corporation visit http://www.alaskamilk.com; and for live Twitter updates follow @ALASKAsportshub & #AlaskaIronkids.

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