Mo finishes 17th in 2021 Asia Triathlon Championships Hatsukaichi

Mo at the Dutch Radio !

Jump on World Triathlon ranking!

Mo made a great jump on the World Triathlon ranking, all hard work is paying off!

New Partner/Sponsor!

2021 started off very well with a new strong partner joining our journey! Thanks for your support.

IronMan 2020

Mo had a great race in Maastricht on the 27th of September, 2020. Find some impressions via :

Great weekend in Rotterdam – Super League Arena Games

Find pictures via :

Coming weekend 22nd of August, 2020, Super League Arena Games !

Last Race was Mauritius 15th of March, and then the World changed due to COVID-19…….no races, no Olympics, etc…..but Mo took the opportunity to train even harder and spends each week more then 30 hrs on his bike, shoes and in the Swimming pool to prepare for coming races. Together with his Coach Edo he does everything to be stronger, better prepared and enjoys every minute training in the Netherlands. And lucky him, he has some rest-days 🙂 well spend on the beach.

We are looking forward to the start of the season, things are moving in the right direction, so let’s hope Mo will race soon and test his fitness.

Thanks for you support! sorry for being quiet on Social Media, but we are back!

9th Place Dakar African Cup 15th of December 2019

After a lot of struggles with Bikes not arriving, Visa issues, etc…..Mo had a great race in Dakar on the 15th of December and finished 15th!

Herewith some picture, more on Social Media channels

3rd Place Mediterrean Beach Games Greece 2019

There was live coverage, so great to watch Mohamad Maso racing in Greece during the Mediterrean Games in Greece and finishing 3rd! lot’s of Social Media coverage, messages from people from all over the world. Now preparing for last races for 2019, Kazachstan, Jordania, Bahrein and maybe some other ones.

7th Place Asian Cup – Kyrchystan 2019

11th Place Asian Championships 2019

So arrived 5 nights before the race and until the 4th night I can say I kept trying so hard to get in sleep I think each time I lay down in my bed until 2:00am or something until fall deep in sleep und kept wake up due the night !! The 5 night before the race I had A good sleep and felt good on the morning!! Went for some warm up as stretches +run +bike Race Time : first lap of swimming was good so far there was 4 athletes from Japan where in front, second lap they where pushing so hard to escape I tried to keep closer but it didn’t work , first guy swim time 17:40 that’s like Mario Mola or Gomez time world class time! I swam 18:20 (1500m) which’s my fastest time ever ! And the other Mo is just next to me , Good Run into the T1 ,Fast transition and went of in the bike together with other 9 athletes and there’s other 7 in front and one guy in between us, he Is Oscar from Hongkong he was maybe 20sec behind first group and our group was 40sec. so it took Oscar alone only one lap to get the first group ,which amaze me so much !! And it took us 2 laps to close the gap until 25sec and we couldn’t make it closer because not everyone was working with us !! I was so good on the bike where I did work a lot first 4 laps in front to try to get the first group but then I decided to calm down a bit and try to stretch and specially my stomach muscles and manage to drink two bottle of water but after 6 laps where I came  close to T2 and trying to bend my feet out of my bike shoe I got crazy cramps on my front+back legs muscles ,trying out to stretch it a little bit but it didn’t work out . So first 2 laps of running Had lot of pain but kept running behind and close to the guys from Kazakhstan where I did made 1,30 second far from the other Mo I had good tempo on the beginning I mean first 2 laps but because of the Running Course even have 3 stiff uphill each lap made me more tired and crampy and then tried as good as I can to the finish line.

  1. Good think I did control my stomach breathing as long as possible,which I always suffer off!!
  2. Good plan of leaving the other Mo in first 2 laps
  3. Swim save which save me a lot of energy
  4. First group in the swim were  too fast and that’s ok tried hard to follow but wasn’t able,didn’t feel so fresh in the water and confused why ?! Mostly i guess because of weather+time different ! anyway good experience and motivated to work more on my swim progression even more
  5. I can say maybe it was not really smart to work a lot in front due the bike and pushing hard but it worth it a try to get the first group. But happy with my bike performance

So yeah 11th place out of 40 Top 10 are all in top 140 in world ranking No one behind me in the ranking was front of me and thats good Made  points! And this Race is Even harder than the Asian games because each country came with more than 3/4 Athletes! Good lesson learned and nice experience to add into my profile ! Thanks for your support! looking forward to the next race.

Great finish, help! 🙂

Weert Triathlon 2019 – Edosports Teamrelay – prep for the Asian Games

Mo competed last Sunday 9th of June in Weert, during the 2019 StadsTriathlon Weert Teamcompetition in the Teamrelay with Edosports. He used this as prep for the Asian Games on the 21th of June in Korea.

Find more details on the Asian Games via :

April 2019, Mo visited the in Laussane

17th of March 2019, Mo finished 1ste in AVC Crossloop 10k

2019 Rayong NTT ASTC Sprint Triathlon Asian Cup

Mo had a great race today in Rayong during the 2019 NTT ASTC Sprint Triathlon Asian Cup, finished 15th in a strong field with competition from Japan, Korea, Hong Kong and Australia!

Year Report 2018 


As I promised in the beginning of this year ! From no ranking to 235 WorldRanking 1/10/2017 ➡️1/11/2018 872 hours +\- of Training 690km Swimming 🏊198:30h 10580km biking 🚴390:14h 2435 Running 🏃194:42h 89 hours of Fitness 💪🏼8 International Races @worldtriathlon 5 Local Races !! The goal has been achieved for this year, great results for the most important races of the year at The: #asiangames2018 #mediterraneangames2018 Very happy with my performance of this year totally satisfied and looking forward for more it’s just my first year as a Pro-Athlete!! Sport need a Patience, perseverance, carrying a lot of side pressure and physical and mental. I Have difficulty traveling to many countries outside Europe which make the road to the Olympic more Difficult but what ever i will keep going and fighting!!I won’t be here without you my Friends i appreciate your support and messages so well The Team behind me specially my friends from the Netherland and my foundation at my website and The Syrian Fedration !! And my coach Edo van der Meer managers Patrick Kingma & Vincent Meurs On the next one ➡️2019

Thanks Sponsors and fans!

Mohamad Maso

New Bike arrived! 

Thank you Canyon Bikes and Edo van der Meer for this fantastic Race monster!

6th Place Asian Games 2018 – Best Arabic Result Ever!

After a year of hard work, Mo finished 6th this morning at the Asian Games 2018 in Palembang. After a difficult Swim, Mo had strong biking and running and really enjoyed the race. Soon more information to follow! he is so happy and proud, representing his country and inspiring the people.

New Marketing campaign with Ryzon

Ryzon – United as Athletes

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Schwalbe – new sponsor

Happy to announce that we have a new sponsor!

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Triatlon Castricum. July 1st, 2018

Mo had a lot of fun during the Triatlon of Castricum last Sunday and finished 1st.

Mediterranean Games 2018. June 23th 2018

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Mo will participate during the 2018 Mediterranean Games in Tarragona.

In 10 days of competition, the Games will bring to Tarragona and the territory:

  • 4,000 athletes from 26 different countries
  • 1,000 judges and representatives of the International Federations and the International Committee of the Games
  • 1,000 journalists from all over the world
  • 3,500 volunteers to cover the needs of organization
  • More than 150,000 spectators

Details will follow soon :

Weert ETU Race 2018, June 10th 2018

Mo did great in Weert, 6th after the Swim, Cycling in big group with an average > 45 km/hr and much faster run then last year finishing 32th in a very strong field. Finished in 1.53.32, 3m30sec behind the winner Jorik van Egdom. Great achievement, great improvement, racing with a big smile and inspiring people, especially people from Syria who followed the race via a live-stream. More pictures via : Media


Triple Mix – Duin Triathlon Almere, May 27th 2018

Mo had a great race in Almere during the Dutch League, finished 5th due to a time penalty, but was competing with Marco van der Stel and made strong progression due to all the hard work of the past few weeks.

Subic Bay Triathlon Asian Cup, April 22nd 2018


Great race in Subic Bay Triathlon, Asian Cup, more details will follow soon. 16th

Article “Vrijdag koelkast Kijkdag”, April 9th, 2018

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Subic Bay, April 22th, 2018 

Next race will be 22nd of April in Subic Bay – Philippines ! Olympic Distance

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Subic Bay Triathlon

Bangkok, March 24th, 2018

Mo finished 14th out of 49 competitors – great start of the season!

Bangkok, March 24th, 2018

Mo had a fantastic race today in Thailand at the Asian Cup! more updates follow soon. This was just 2hrs before the race, short Videochat to wish him luck, at 3am he called us with great news!


Bangkok, March 24th, 2018

Mo is ready to race in Thailand during the Asian Cup!

Bangkok, March 24th, 2018

On the 24th of March, Mo will participate in the Asian Cup in Rayong – Thailand!

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Lanzarote, February 21th, 2018

Mo is having a great time with Edo van der Meer and his athletes in Lanzarote!

First week here in Lanzarote 480km bike 🚴🏼‍♂️ 98km Run 🏃🏼 20km swim 🏊‍♂️ 2h GYM 🤸🏼‍♂️


Lanzarote, February 14th, 2018

2 weeks Lanzarote training session with his coach Edo van de Meer, great start with a 90+ km ride in the mountains.


Egmond, February 11, 2018

Today Mo joined the stormy and hilly Dutch 10k Championships in Groet uit Schoorl Run! finished in 34.36, now on his way to Lanzarote for 2 week training session with Edo van der Meer

Egmond, February 11, 2018

Mo will race on the 11th of Feb in School/Groet during the Dutch Championships 10k! Will you cheer for him?…….

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Egmond, January 14, 2018

Great race today in Egmond, 21.1 km in 1.18.56!

Egmond, January 10, 2018

Coming Sunday Mo will join Halve van Egmond race, he will be part of Team De Schelp


Castricum, January 2, 2017

Today Mo had his first English lesson from Linda Jensen- Visit her website for more information! A great way to improve your language skills.

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Limmen, December 29, 2017

Training hard each and every day to prepare for next season — 2018! Even when it’s extremely cold, Mo follows his dream and works hard!

Alkmaar Skate-track, December 27, 2017

Not sure if he had an approval from his coach, but today he went for some skating 🙂 and had great fun and went fast. If he doesn’t qualify for Tokyo we now have a new option!


Triathlon World, December 16, 2017

Yesterday we launched our website and video, more than 5000 views! 🙂

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And we have more news, Mo will start at in Team De Schelp (Egmond) on the 14th of January, just 3 minutes after the Elite runners.

Triathlon World!, December 15, 2017

Today we start our journey, follow Mo’s Dream and support him! THANKS

Hannover, December 9, 2017

Soon we will announce this website and launch our program – Tokyo 2020

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Hannover, December 3, 2017

Mo is strong! Cold, snow, water, 15 obstacles……. Steelman Run was a great success, good prep for coming season

Hannover, November 29, 2017

Coming Sunday (Dec 3rd) Mo will participate in the Hannover Steelman Run 2017, last year he finished first and so will defend his title. Will you cheer for him?

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Wijk aan Zee, November 26, 2017

Mo participated in the Subaru Beach Battle 2017, good training, totally different from ‘normal’ cycling, but had a lot of fun!

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