Author Archives: ian

Vietnam 70.3, 2018 – Ian

Fresh off a DNF at IMWA last year; my goal this race to finish strong and try to get that elusive sub 5. Sad to say I didn’t achieve either but I still walked away somewhat at peace with myself. The result 5:07:03 – swim 35:49, bike 2:31, run 1:52. PRE RACE The Hyatt Regency […]

Challenge Melbourne 2018 race report – Craig

I completed Western Sydney 70.3 in November 2017 with a PB of 5:14, and was quite thrilled with the results. Most importantly it gave me a much needed morale booster and the belief I can get closer to that elusive sub 5 goal. I thought that Challenge Melbourne in April might make a good race […]

Taiwan 70.3 race report – Yang

Race report – Taiwan Ironman 70.3 – 18/3/18 After having 2 bad races in Taiwan, both ironman 70.3 Kenting in 2016 and Challenge Taitung Full 2017 The race is held in Taiwan, Taitung, the city along southeast coast of Taiwan. Rated as the best 70.3 event around Asia with around 2000+ participants. Yang decided to […]

The IMWA DNF – ian

A few days have past after the disastrous race and i had some time to gather my thoughts. Never liked the idea of not completing a race… especially when I’ve spent hours on the bike trainer listening to motivational videos telling me “pain is temporary and failure is forever”. Hahah. Thanks for all the well […]

Race Report : Bintan 70.3 2017 – ian

Ironproject heads to Bintan! It’s been a while since I last attempted a race report, so here’s lazy me writing again, with all the grammar/spelling errors and all. We planned this race shortly after our trip to Cebu; it seemed like a convenient race to do as it was easy to get to and we […]

Ride for Rainbows 2016

Since ironproject have adopted Club Rainbow Singapore as our charity for the past year. We have channeled all our pledges and donation to Club Rainbow Singapore. As of now, we have raised a total over $7000 for this charity. Ride for Rainbows is an annual charity ride where riders would sign up and raise the […]

Putrajaya 70.3 // 2016- ian

Race result : swim 43mins, bike 2:31, run 1:46 . Total sufferfest – 5:08hrs The feeling when I crossed the finish line this time was different from how I felt last year; I dragged my broken body across the line this time round, numb from all the pain that engulfed me for the past 5 […]