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Piolo, Enchong to represent Sun Life in Cebu Ironman 70.3



The Sun Life Financial Triathlon Team will be marking its 5th year by participating in Ironman 70.3 in Cebu on August 5 by fielding a total of 13 racers in the prestigious competition, led by brand ambassador Piolo Pascual, actor Enchong Dee, and its very own executives.

 Piolo, who will bike for one of the relay teams, will once again team up with Enchong (swim) and his longtime friend, Tonie Ty (run).

Sun Life Chief Investments Officer Michael Enriquez will also see action on the bike, alongside Sun Life Business Development Manager for Partnership Distribution Toots Malapad and Sun Life Sales Training & Development Head Ged Custodia.

Former national team member Jan Chiu (swim) together with Sun Life Digital Transformation Specialist Karl Villalonga (bike) and TBR Sun Life Dream Marathon 2017 top finisher Alfred Diacosa (run) will comprise the third team, while an all-female team will consist of elite athletes Bea Grabador (swim), Laarni de Guzman (bike) and Charlie Sy (run).



"It's a thrill for us to once again be a part of Ironman 70.3, which is a perfect venue for us to highlight Sun Life's Health and wellness thrust," Sun Life CEO & Country Head Benedict Sison said.

Sun Life, which has expanded its purpose beyond helping clients achieve lifetime financial security, aims to encourage Filipinos to live healthier lives as well. in fact, the company has been beefing up its suite of health and accident insurance products and has been launching programs that promote the cause.

"By having our own brand ambassador and executives leading the Sun Life Tri Team in Ironman, we're confident that we're sending a clear message that we're committed to this purpose," Sison said. "We hope that by following the journey of our athletes in this race, more Filipinos will be inspired to lead healthier lives."

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