Sat. Jun 3rd, 2023

Jashiva Arsua and her dad Earl after ruling the IronKids’ youngest division. Denison Dalupang/INQUIRER

DAVAO — Jashiva Arsua used a spirited effort within the remaining stretch of her run race on Friday to greatest 35 others bets and in the end rule the IronKids’ youngest division.

Arsua, an 8-year-old swimmer, wanted simply 8 minutes and 4 seconds to clear the 100-meter and 1-kilometer course at Azuela Cove right here.

“I assumed I used to be going to finish up second, so this was sudden,” the lass from Ormoc instructed the Inquirer as she caressed her medal beside his father Earl within the din of celebrations from proud mother and father.

The teen mentioned she struggled within the run part of her 100m swim and 1km run race which she felt was doubly harder due to the searing warmth of the Davao solar.

“The run was the hardest. (The course) felt very far,” she went on.

Javisha Arsua. Photograph from Ironman

Making Arsua’s feat much more spectacular is that she was really the quickest amongst her age group.

“She’s actually aggressive,” the older Arsua mentioned of his daughter. “I keep in mind her crying when she wasn’t in a position to be part of this sure race months in the past.”

Different prime finishers embody Euan Arrow Ramos and Carlisle Yvaine Bravo, who clocked 11:59 and 14:19, respectively, within the 13 to 15-year-old age group.

Al Dustin Bersabal turned in 10:17 whereas Christy Ann Perez 10:35 to rule the 11-12 class. Francis Gabriel Batican cleared the swim-run course in simply 10:49 whereas Aliya Adre Adre 11:30.

Rounding out the victors are Crew Bagas’ squads within the 6-10 and 11-15 relay races.


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