Three years ago, I never thought i will love the sport of running. I tend to join road races almost every week but when I already achieved my goal of doing long distance running, I look for more that will also compliment with it.
Sometime ago in Takbo.ph we have a weekly schedule of swim session. It's part of our cross training but when we frequently doing it that's the time I decided to do an Aquathlon for a change.
After doing two Aquathlons last year, triathletes friends encourage me to do the Animo Triathlon of the same year. I said, I don't have a bike yet but a triathlete friend lend me her MTB bike. Yes, you can use mountain bike for your first tri. Any bike you are currently riding will work just fine. It can be a road bike, mountain bike or hybrid. Many people have completed their first triathlon on a borrowed bicycle just like me :) But make sure the bike is fitted for you and not a rotten one. A borrowed MTB with a sleek tire was my first bike to use in my first ever triathlon. But after experiencing the Animo triathlon, I decided to buy my own bike last July, 2010 and did my first Duathlon.
Borrowed MTB Bike (Thanks to Joni Lopez)
Aquathlon is a combination of Swim-Run or sometimes Run-Swim-Run.
Ateneo Aquathon 2010
Duathlon is an athletic event that consists of a running leg, followed by a cycling leg and then another running
2nd Leg Powerade Duathlon 2010
Triathlon is a multi-sport event involving the completion of three continuous and sequential endurance events. While many variations of the sport exist, triathlon, in its most popular form, involves swimming, cycling, and running in immediate succession over various distances.
Animo Tri 2010
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