THE Triathlon Fiji Business House competition is gaining momentum with more teams joining the second event which was held over the weekend.
Team Westpac and Team Forum Secretariat were the newcomers in the day-long competition which saw six teams and 21 individual competing at the Togalevu Navy Base on Saturday.
Fiji Triathlon Association president Andrew Pene was impressed with the competition level and the results attained at the second Business House meet.
"And most impressive were the 55-year-old Wah Sing who recorded the fastest bike time and Tess Martin who surprised many on the swim and run leg," he said.
Pene said the remaining two events of the Togalevu series were selection events for the New Caledonia and Papua New Guinea trips later this year.
He said Police and Army teams would also join them in the upcoming series to challenge Navy who are in the lead position.
"The Fiji Triathlon Association acknowledges John Fox and the Navy team for efficiently hosting the inaugural Togalevu series."
Team Sprint event (750m Swim/20k Bike/ 5k Run) women's road bike category - The Westpac Team (1h: 33min59s), Works Team (1h: 36min11s).
Men's Mountain Bike Category - Navy (1h: 29min10s), Marist (1h: 38min50s).
Men's Road Bike Category - Forum Team (1h: 20min32s), Works Team (1h: 40min50s).
Individual Supersprint (400m Swim/10k Bike/ 2.5k Run) - Toma Pene (1hr: 5min58s).
Individual Sprint (750 Swim/20k Bike/5k Run) in the Men's Mountain Bike Category - Reece Pene (1h: 34min58s), Leonard Kary (1h: 39min54s).
Men's Road Bike Category - Lui Pene (1h: 33min54s).
Individual Olympic (1500m Swim/40k Bike/ 10k Run) - Caleb Koroi (1hr: 8min26s