Ironman Coeur d’Alene starts off with a two-loop swim in beautiful Lake Coeur d’Alene. The bike course takes athletes through rural northern Idaho and the run course, known for its spectator support, is the highlight of the race.
The day begins with a swim at Jamesville Beach Park before athletes take on a one-loop bike course that offers rolling hills and beautiful scenery through Syracuse and Highland Forest Park. The run course will lead athletes around the Hamlet of Jamesville with a finish at Jamesville Beach Park.
Ironman 70.3 Mont Tremblant takes place in Mont-Tremblant, Quebec, Canada. The 1.2-mile swim takes place in Tremblant Lake, followed by a 1-loop, 56-mile bike through Mont-Tremblant’s mountains. Athletes will then embark on the 13.1-mile run course, finishing in the city's pedestrian village.
The Ironman Regensburg takes the athletes from the swim in Lake Guggenberger on a stunning bike course, passing the Walhalla monument, with the marathon run and the spectacular finish line in old town Regensburg.
The very first 70.3 race to ever exist, this Exmoor event has now taken on an iconic status and fills to capacity each and every year as its reputation as being the 'toughest 70.3 in the world' (according to Macca!) grows and grows.
Pescara, the heart of Italy, is inviting for an IRONMAN 70.3, situated at the Adriatic sunny seaside, offering an open water swim, a hilly bike ride and a downtown beach run course. An Italian IRONMAN guarantees one of the best pasta party in the world and of course a “Dolce Vita” lifestyle.
Ironman 70.3 Kansas will begin with a 1.2-mile swim in Clinton Lake. The 56-mile bike course takes athletes through the beautiful scenery of Lawrence, Kansas. The race finishes with a challenging 13.1 mile run.
Ironman 70.3 Boise, taking place in Boise, Idaho is a favorite among first-time Ironman athletes. The swim will be held in Lucky Peak Reservoir and the bike and run course takes athletes along the Boise Greenbelt and finishes in downtown Boise.
Considered the most scenic 70.3 event in New England., the swim utilizes the fresh waters of Newfound Lake and a picturesque bike course includes rolling hills, views of sprawling farmland and the Newfound Lake shoreline. The run takes athletes by the majestic Granite Ledges and over rolling hills.
Athletes start the day with a swim in the crystal blue waters of Hapuna Beach State Park along the Kohala Coast of the Big Island. Then they take on the challenging 56 mile bike course on the legendary Queen Ka'ahumanu Highway. The day finishes with a 13.1 mile run through paradise.
Fil Am Tri Club was founded in 2006 by a small group
of Filipinos in NY/NJ. Since then, FAT (Fil Am Tri) has grown nationwide
and global having members throughout the mainland US, Canada, Hawaii,
and of course the homeland in the Philippines. Although comprised mostly
of Filipinos, FAT is a non-denominational club accepting all friends and
families of Filipino Americans with the mission to grow a network of
Filipino triathletes worldwide building a sense of community and
fellowship through the medium of endurance sports. We welcome you to
become part of the movement! Mabuhay!