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Suck it up now! Later, I will have a story to tell
Interview with Shangrila Rendon by Decaman Switzerland, July 2016

The story of Shangrila Rendon is a story of a strong woman who left behind her sad past to fight for one big goal this year: To complete the DECA Ultratriathlon Switzerland. And, if all goes well, to break the women’s world record.

Share That: Record setting endurance athlete Shangrila Rendon
TFCBalitangAmerica, May 2016

Cher Calvin shares the inspiring story of Shangrila Rendon, a Filipina who has gone through a traumatic past to be come a Guiness World Record holder in the endurance sports realm.

8 Filipina Women Who #RunTheWorld
When In Manila by Sam Beltran, March 2016

Pinay athlete Shangrila Rendon has been breaking all sorts of records left and right — the most recent being the Guinness World Record holder as the fastest female to finish the IUTA World Cup Quintuple Ultra Triathlon in Mexico, clocking in at 83 hours and 48 minutes.

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Shangrila Rendon holds Guinness World Record as fastest female in ultra triathlon
Interaksyon by Joyce Reyes-Aguila, March 2016

Filipina Ultra Triathlete Shangrila Rendon on the second day of last year’s International Ultra Triathlon Association (IUTA) World Cup Quintuple. This started her journey to the Guinness World Record.

24 Oras Pinay athlete, nagkamit ng Guinness World Record
“GMA 7 24 Oras,” February 2016

A Filipina achieves a new Guinness World Record as the fastest woman to complete the World Cup Quintuple Race. She is Shangrila Rendon. She finished the 5-day quintuple race in 83 hours, 48 minutes, and 4 seconds. The competition was held in Mexico on October 2015. The Quintuple Race consisted of 5 parts where 703 miles were needed to be completed through swim, bike and run.

“Pinay, Guinness record holder bilang pinakamabilis na babaeng nakatapos ng World Cup Quintuplet race “
GMA 7’s “Balitanghali”, February 2016

A Filipina bagged a new Guinness World Record. Shangrila Rendon was named the Fastest Female to complete the World Cup Quintuple Race. Hear this – She finished the 5-day Quintuple Race in 83 hours, 48 minutes, and 4 seconds. That is equivalent to almost 3 and half days. The competition was held in Mexico on October 2015. Rendon completed the 703-mile race track – this is remarkable – through swim, bike and run.

Superwoman, Shangrila Rendon
Speed Magazine, Edition April 2015

Filipina Ultra Triathlete Shangrila Rendon, a U.S.-based Filipina Ultramarathoner, International Ultra Triathlon Association (IUTA) World Cup Quintuple.