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- The Criteria cut off is top ten for both relays
- Athletes will not be included on the Ranking List if they have represented another country in the last five years
- Additions in red
Leading the Mens 4×100 was National Champion Laguna. The Mens 4×4 Team of Bano, Nierras, Bagsit and Alejan lead the 4×400 rankings. Also added 4×200.
College of Saint Benilde broke the NCAA Record in the 4×100 and FEU won the Uni Games.
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- Criteria Top 10
The Philippines 4×100 Team of Santos, Olarita, Rosales and Loquinto lead the season with 47.84. The next best performance was by the FEU Womens team in 47.91 which broke the UAAP Record. 8 teams ran below 49 seconds. The criteria for the relays is top 10 performances.
It was however the more impressive 4×400 lineup of Olarita, Rosales, Malacad and Pedrina whose time of 3:48.63 was the quickest time since 1993 by Filipina’s. Just 3.6s away from the SEA Games qualification standard.
For more info on the Womens 4×400 relays please read the following article
This is the second event compiled for the 2012 Ranking Lists. It is my hope that this data will help the organization.These will be released every week to two weeks.
Final Report: Rosales vs Richardson
14-year old Fil Heritage athlete Kyla Richardson tops the 2012 Ranking List with a time of 24.12et. However UAAP Record Holder Jennyrose Rosales is the quickest local sprinter in the 200m with 24.73et. The much anticipated show down between 14 year old Richardson and 18 year old Rosales will be the head line event at the 2013 PNG. In what will probably go down as the most fiercely contested event in the history of the Junior Womens division in the History of the Philippine National Championships when Rosales and Richardson will square off against each other in the 100 and 200m Dash.
The Changing Season leader
Rosales led from January until March with her UAAP time of 25.33. It was then surpassed by Fil-Heritage Krizia Leah Apelar who clocked 25.21 and then 25.04 to win the open 200m at the National Games (best time is 24.93) at the end of May. Richardson then clocked 24.12 in June and was season leader until December.
Other Champions on List
Palaro Champion Maureen Emily Schrivjers , PRISAA Champion Lorna Olarita, and Uni Games Champion Josie Malacad are also represented on this list. The Criteria cut off for this list in 2012 is 26.54et/26.3ht in 2013 this has now been lowered to 25.90et/25.6ht in order to make the lists in 2013. Athletes will not be included on the Ranking List if they have represented another country in the last five years.
400m Ranking List
Jenny Rosales took the Season Lead, UAAP Record and recorded the second fastest ever time by a Filipina Junior. Her time of 56.03 was the 6th fastest of all time only behind De Vega, Ganosa, Milgar, Punelas and Griffey. De Vega record of 54.75 is the senior and junior national record. Rosales shattered the 15 year old UAAP Record of Ana Leah Hugo (FEU) of 56.78. She improved from her personal best of 57.4 where she set the Palaro record in April of 2011.
The second fastest this season was 400m Hurdle National Champion Josie Malacad who improved her best time from 57.4ht to 57.04 in Vietnam where she placed second and then again in Thailand where she ran 57.03 and then 56.45 to place a credible fourth. Malacad also won the Uni Games 400m dash.
2008, 2011 and 2012 National Champion and UST graduate Keizel Pedrina improved her best time from 57.1 (ht) to 56.88 winning the national title at the Philippine National Games.
Also strong in this event is Fil-Heritage sprinter Krizia Leah Apelar who ran 56.7 earlier in the year. Apelar opted to run 100/200 at the National Games and won the 200m title this year.
Upcoming Lorna Olarita of(UPSF) also had considerable improvements this year going from 58.78 to 57.51.
As predicted four of the five athletes listed for a possiblehave performed well this year. The has not had a medal in the 4×400 since 1993, however a united team in could see the end of a 20 year drought and perhaps security for the next two sea games at least.
You can read the full report here on athletes in Vietnam and 4×400 prospects.
The Legacy in this event may continue with several younger athletes such as Fil Heritage athletes Kayla Richardson as well as national Junior and Palaro Champion Neslee Angco have all featured on the ranking list.
The Criteria for 2013 now moves from 60.0 to 59.5 for inclusion.
It is my hope that this data will help the organization.
- 2012 Philippines Womens Ranking List 100m (pinoyathletics.com)
- UAAP Day 3: Rosales goes three for three destroys 400m UAAP Record, Results (included) (pinoyathletics.com)
- PSC National Games Review
- Twin 14 year olds
- Suggestions for a Fair Selection process for RP Track and Field at SEA Games (pinoyathletics.com)
- Tentative list of Qualifiers for ASEAN Youth Games (Jun 4-8 Vietnam) (pinoyathletics.com)
This is the first event compiled for the 2012 Ranking Lists. These will be released every week to two weeks.
At the end of 2012 14-year old Fil Heritage athlete Kyla Richardson was the quickest with a time 12.00et. Her time is the quickest ever by a 14 year old Filipina with performances well ahead of what National Record Holder Lydia De Vega Mercado did at the same age.
National Champion Katherine Khay Santos came next with 12.17et to win the PNG. Tied at 12.22 were Jenny Rose Rosales and Hanelyn Loquinto who both broke the UAAP Record. Loquinto ran her time in the heats while Rosales won the final with the same clocking.
While Rosales has the potential to develop into a great SEA or Asian Class Sprinter, Richardson who improved her performance from 12.69 to 12.00 from age 13 to 14 has the potential to be world class one day in fact her performance was well under the 12.60 required time to qualify for the World Youth Champs in Ukraine next year.
The list also features Palarong Pambansa Champion Maureen Emily Schrijers and National PRISAA Champion Lorna Olarita.
The Ranking Lists for 2012 have now been finalized. For 2013 the standards for inclusion on the list will be increased to 12.70et/12.5ht. As per 2012 athletes will not be included in the list if they have represented another country within the last five years. It will also be noted whether Philippine Heritage athletes included have the necessary passport or duel citizenship documentation.
Altogether 25 athletes made the womens 100m ranking lists this year compared to 18 last year. Notable is the number of new young athletes under the age of 20 running below 12.6ht aswell 13 in total.
- 2012 Philippines Womens Ranking List 200m (pinoyathletics.com)
- Womens 400m Ranking List (pinoyathletics.com)
- UAAP Event Reviews: Womens 100m Dash with Poll (pinoyathletics.com)
- UAAP Day 1: Rosales wins, Loquinto erases UAAP Record Womens 100m (pinoyathletics.com)