2016 Alaska IronKids In Subic Launches Year of Fun and Excitement - The Filipino Rambler


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Monday, March 7, 2016

2016 Alaska IronKids In Subic Launches Year of Fun and Excitement

The 2016 Alaska Iron Kids Philippines, the country's biggest and most exciting triathlon race for boys and girls, (6) six to (14) years old, started another year-long calendar of fun and excitement with a triathlon in Subic last March 5. 

The triathlon commences with swim at the Olympic size, 50- meter WOW pool behind Remy Field, and continues with the bike ride and run along the safe roads of the former US Naval Base in Subic which have been closed to vehicular traffic by competent race organizers.

The Alaska Iron Kids Triathlon in Subic will have three categories: (1) Race category with four age groups; (2) Play Category with short and long distances intended to promote outdoor play for non-competitive participants; and (3) Relay category with two mixed age groups.

More than just a race, it is a venue for families to bond in a shared activity, giving the parents a chance to show their children that being physically fit and healthy is more fun. It also fosters the importance of starting the day right with a combination of exercise and proper nutrition.    

Alaska IronKids promote "outdoor play" through our Alaska NUTRTION. ACTION. CHAMPION. Program. They remain committed to provide proper nutrition and instill an active lifestyle in order to shape and prepare Filipino children to be winners in life. The program is also a response to the growing obesity rates in the Philippines, especially in the more urbanized areas.

The Alaska IronKids is another program of Alaska Milk in response to the latest national study conducted by the Food and Nutrition Research Institute (FNRI) and the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) of the prevalence of obesity and malnutrition. Two out of 10 children are overweight while 3 out 10 are undernourished. Alaska Milk performs its share in nation-building by organizing and promoting such events.

The Alaska IronKids does not only bring excitement and fun, it also instills the values of determination, discipline, hard work and teamwork among the children, as they aspire to realize dreams to become athletes. 

Alaska IronKids will hold an Aquathlon at the Village Sports Club in Paranaque on May 1, Sunday; a second Aquathlon at Subic Bay with a swim athe WOW Pool behind the Remy Field on June 4, Saturday; and finally the biggest triathlon event in the country for young boys and girls at the Shangri-La Mactan Resort and Spa on Aug. 6, Saturday.

For general information about the Alaska IronKids, visit http://alaskaironkidsphil.com and www.alaskamilk.com. For live updates log on to www.playph.com; Like and follow them on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @AlaskaPlayPh.

(Click here for the names of those who topped the race.)

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