After requesting feedback from Athletes and Coaches the following have confirmed availability for the SEA Youth Championship June 4 to 7. We will not be adding anymore to this list as we gave last week for the qualified athletes to confirm availability with the deadline as Sunday 05/05/13.
The next step is for athletes listed below to submit their passports to Phi@iaaf.org and cc. to email@example.com as soon as possible and if you do not have a passport inform the organization that you are applying for one..
All athletes who have confirmed availability to represent the Philippines
Kimberly Alforque (96) LJ
Marilyn Avila (96) 400H,
Mary Anthony Diesto (97) LJ, TJ, 4x100m
Joida Gagnao (95 or 96) 1500m, 3000m (needs to confirm Date of Birth)
Jealyn Lancita (96) 4x400m
Eloisa Luzon (96) 4x100m, 4x400m
Raiveneth Penarubia (96) 400m, 400H, 4x400m
Kayla Richardson (98) 100,200m,4x100m,4x400m (needs to submit passport)
Kyla Richardson (98) 100,200m, 4x100m (needs to submit passport)
Joneza Mie Sustiedo (98) 3000m
Jaime Mejia (97) 400H, 400m
Bryan Jay Pachecho (97) JT
Joshua Patulud (97) JT
Womens 21 and Under
Michelle Loterte (93) 100H
Jenny Rosales (94) 100,200,400
Mens 21 and Under
Ryan Bigayan (94) 400
Joan Caido (94) 400
Gab Soriano (94) 400 (only 2 can be selected in 400m?)
Daniel Noval (93) 100,200
Supplied by Gintong Alay Athletes
If anyone reading this has access to the full set of results from this meet. Please email to firstname.lastname@example.org
BANGKOK, Apr 6 1982 (AFP)
transcirbed from article
The Philippines emerged champions of the sixth Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) school track followed by Malaysia,4 and Indonesia and Singapore two each.
The Philippines Captured Seven Gold Medals in a blazing final day blitz to emerge champion of the sixth Association of ASEAN school track and field Championships in Bangkok.
Track wonder Lydia De Vega bagged the 100-meter dash to complete a sweep of the three events she competed in while Jimmy Dela Torre also ruled the 5000 Meter Run for his second gold. 5000m to go with the 3000 meter run.
De Vega established a new meet record of 12.1 to cap a brilliant campaign which also saw her win the 200 and 400m.
The Other Filipino medalists were Leopoldo Arnillo 400m Hurdles, Dario De Rosas in the triple jump, Nene Gamo in the 400m Hurdles for girls, and Virgie Panorcan in the 800m run.
The Philippines also ruled the 4x400m relay for girls with 3:54.7 for girls with De Vega as anchor.
(who where the other members of this team, its below the Phi Record if they are all under 20?). While the boys settled for the silver medal.
In all, the Filipinos had 15 gold, nine silver and seven bronze medals to retain the title they won last year in Bacolod City.
Day 3 Results
De Vega broke the meet record
1. Lydia De Vega Philippines 12.1
2. Henney Maspatela Indonesia 12.3
3. Kwai Lan Malaysia 12.3
1. Virgie Panonan Philippines 2:19.2
2. Chanhom Madee Thailand 2:20.9
3. Khor Gai Boo Malaysia 2:21.8
1. Nene Gamo Philippines 1:05.1
2. Norita Adan Philippines 1:05.4
3. Varunee Chalurapanich Thailand 1:05.6
The Philippines broke the meet record
1. Philippines 3:54.7
Piabplee broke the meet record
1. Poolaap Piabplee Thailand 40.96m
2. Ong Yon Bee Singapore 27.24m
3. Poon Poi Poi Singapore 26.56m
Buayeem of Thailand set a new meet record
1. Bonnyant Buayeem Thailand 10.5
2. Abdul Rashid Hashim Malaysia 10.8
3. Salvador Apa Philippines 11.3
1. Marlon Pagaliluan Philippines 21.6
Marlon Pagalilauan defended his title although he was .1 second away from his meet record.
1. Marlon Pagaliluan Philippines 49.1
1. Raj Kumar Malaysia 1:55.9
2. Suthishak Sridalong Thailand 1:57.2
3. Manuel Retinado Philippines 1:58.0
1. Jimmy de la Torre Philippines 15:48.1
2. Ampon Rattithamkul Thailand 16:20.5
3. Bunanapong Pangnuknew Thailand 16:26.0
1. Leopoldo Arnillo Philippines 54.7
2. Bonus Manbuoy Indonesia 56.0
3. Hassan Ayub Malaysia 57.1
1. Thailand 3:21.6
2. Philippines 3:23.6
3. Malaysia 3:27.0
1. Dario De Rosas Philippines 14.60m
2. Panasent Kartiwing Thailand 13.90m
3. Vuthinant Latthi Thailand 13.16m
Srikdaukuaew set a new meet record, beating 18 year old De Rosas on count back.
1. Chanchai Sridakuaew Thailand 3.70m
2. Dario De Rosas Philippines 3.70m
3. Ng Sean Mun Singapore 3.50m
1. Suriyen Kongmon Thailand 43.92m
2. Fidel Repiso Philippines 42.96m
3. Mohammed Rodzi Hashim 40.72m