2012 Palarong Pambansa Athletics Day 4

Last Updated on March 3, 2023 by Andrew Pirie

2012 Palarong Pambansa Athletics Day 4

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Day Four: Schrivjers shatters Palaro’s High Jump record

LINGAYEN, PANGASINAN- Big city trackster Maureen Emily Schrivjers set a new record in the secondary girls’ high jump for Palarong Pambansa. By clearing 1.62 meters. Which is a centimeter higher than the previous record set by CARAA’s Marla Felice Ellaga of 1.61m. This win is another gold for NCRAA and second mint for the St. Stephen High School stand-out. We will post the complete results later once it’s wired to the media center here in Narciso Ramos Sports and Civic Center.

Photos and report by: Airnel T. Abarra-Pinoymiler’s wire in Palaro 2012; Copyright 2012


Day Four: Shattered records, golden harvests mark Day 4 Palaro

Airnel T. Abarra-Pinoymiler wire in Palaro 2012 (13:41;10-May-12)

LINGAYEN, Pangasinan- Western Visayas’ bet Ronald Lacson make his mark in the elementary boy’s Javelin by throwing 53.47m smashing the 51.88m record of STRAA’s Jonah Robles established in 1998. NCR’s Maureen Emily Schrivjers also establish a 1.62m leap in high jump secondary girls that made the 1.61m record of CAR’s Marla Felice Ellaga erased. Several athletes go for a golden harvest today, day 4-morning session of the Athletics competition here at the Narciso Ramos Sports and Civic Center.

ARMM’s Zulkhaer Salilana went for a double crown finish today by winning the 110m Hurdles and 400m run. This haul adds up to his 400m hurdle crown last 9-May. Western Visayas’ Angelica De Josef adds another medal in her neck by emerging victorious in the 400m dash elementary level. Her colleague in the secondary level, Julius Carl Berona reigns in the 400m sprints on the secondary boy’s side.

Other stand-outs in the morning session of day 4 Palaro Athletics are Jaime Immanuel Mejia of NCRAA who bag the 110m hurdles secondary boys with a clock of 15.5 seconds. On the distaff side, Neslee Angco of CVRAA captures first place in the 400m dash secondary girls with a time of 59.4. While her teammate Pamela Marquillero secured a gold medal finish by winning the 100m hurdles for elementary girls. Meanwhile, CAR’s Jasmine Felix nailed a 15.6 finish at the century hurdles secondary girls, and CAVRAA’s Clarynel Cabildo cleared a 1.40-leap capturing the laurel in the high jump elementary girls.


Sustituedo: Middle-distance Cinderella girl

LINGAYEN, PANGASINAN- Western Visayas Athletic Association (WVRAA) continues its gold medal haul in the PM session of day four Athletics Tourney in the 2012 Palarong Pambansa. Barefoot runner Joneza Mie Sustituedo clocked a remarkable 4:58.3 time to become the face of a 1,500m run for secondary girls in a hot and humid Narciso Ramos Sports and Civic Center. Being one of the youngest competitors in her category she only uses medical plaster as foot protection. She maintain her pace throughout the race and crossed the finish line victorious doing another gold rush for West Visayas Region.


Elementary girls melt Palaro 1,500m record

(Report by: Airnel T. Abarra, Pinoymiler’s wire in Palaro 2012) Updated 11-May-2012

Calais of NMRAA (orange) holds off De Josef WV (blue) to smash the existing palaro record. De Josef also surpassed the record.

LINGAYEN, PANGASINAN- Northern Mindanao’s Jie Ann Calis and West Visayas’ Angelica de Josef both shattered the record in a 1,500m run in the elementary girls’ final. The Northern Mindanao bet clocked 4:48.9 which erased the 4:53.10 time of Joneza Mie Sustituedo set in last year’s Palaro. Meanwhile, West Visayas athlete De Josef registers 4:49.9 for the silver finish.

The time of 13-year-old Calis was faster than the winning time of 4:51 at the UAAP registered by 21-year-old Dalyn Carmen of FEU and even now is the fastest time of the year. Calis is the youngest season leader for 2012.

Photos and reports by: Airnel T. Abarra-Pinoymiler’s wire in Palarong Pambansa 2012 (Updated as of 11-May-2012;9:00)

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