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2016 Palarong Pambansa Athletics Full Report

2016 Palarong Pambansa Athletics – Magic Meagey Ninura erases 36 years old 3000m National Junior Record (video)

Apr 11, 2016

Meagey Ninura
Meagey Ninura of Kapatagan National High School, Digos City, Davao del Sur. 2016 Palarong Pambansa

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LEGAZPI CITY, ALBAY- DAVRAA’s 16-year-old Meagey Ninura of Kapatagan National Highschool in Digos City not only broke the Palaro Record but also eclipsed a 36-year old National Record.

Ninura, coached by DEPED school teacher Maylene Patagoc-Quimque for the last few years, was the silver medalist in the 2015 Palaro 10:11.13 to Jieann Calis (NMRAA) in Tagum. Ninura is the only child of a banana farmer and a housewife.

Meagey Ninura
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Calis, who set three records last year in the 800, 1500, and 3000m for Secondary Girls this time, wound up behind Ninura in 10.07.08, a new Personal best, but not enough to beat Meagey this year.

Ninura set a swift pace early, rounding the first lap in 74 seconds. 80 seconds per lap would account for around a 10.00 speed. Calis struggled about 50 meters behind but then began to close the gap on the last few laps. Her very upright, balanced running form improved her wobbling bouncing form from the previous two years.

But Meagey, who went onto win her first palaro title, was too far ahead and held her off from 10:03.4 to 10:07.8. Both girls broke the meet record of Calis 10:10.16 last year in Tagum.

Meagey’s mark also erased the National Junior Record 10.09.5 of Rosalinda Catulong, a Gintong Alay Program product set at the 1980 National Open in Marikina. Catulong was 15 years old when she ran the non-Olympic 3000m event.

Both Meagey Ninura and Jieann Calis are strongly considered for scholarships in the United States once they complete their high school education. And would require more reduction of their best times to strengthen the applications.

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2016 Palarong Pambansa Athletics  Official Results:

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Videos Meagey Ninura

Day 05, 2016 Palarong Pambansa Athletics round-up: CeBOOM! CeBOOM! Limos grab double sprint golds. EVRAA girls smash 4x400m record

Airnel T. Abarra- pinoyathletics

Limos on her final stretch during the 200m dash
Limos on her final stretch during the 200m dash. 2016 Palarong Pambansa.

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LEGAZPI CITY, ALBAY. Cebu’s prodigy Samantha Gem Limos went for a gold shopping spree. At the same time, being hailed as a champion in the 200m secondary girls. During day 05 of the Athletics tournament of the 2016 Palarong Pambansa.

Here at the Albay Sports and Tourism Complex, Bicol University, Legazpi City, Albay on 15-April. The 13-year old University of Cebu Pride. She stunned more senior rivals in the bicentennial dash and claimed her title as the fastest girl in this years’ edition of the Palaro.

Prof. Airnel T. Abarra with Samantha Limos and Coach Anthony Santillan just after her victory in the 200m dash.
Prof. Airnel T. Abarra with Samantha Limos and Coach Anthony Santillan just after her victory in the 200m dash. 2016 Palarong Pambansa

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While Limos, who only is in Grade 7, is also the defending Batang Pinoy Champion. Also, she won the 100m sprints in the national youth games in November. At the same time, she jousted more senior rivals such as Jessel Lumapas of CALABARZON and Lejany Salafrania of Western Visayas.

Limos, a slow starter, wound up the whole race winning comfortably in 25.55 from Salafrania 25.80 with Lumapas, the 400m winners, and the third in 25.83.

The tough battle in 4x400m secondary girls.
The brutal battle in 4x400m secondary girls.

 

Meanwhile, Team Eastern Visayas Region wiped the 14-year old Palaro record of STRAA, which is 4:01.60 in 4x400m secondary girls.

Twins Lealyn and Lenlyn Sanita with Justin Mae Catindoy clocked an astonishing 3:56.43 minutes while runners-up Team Negros’ Bernalyn Bejoy, Jessa Mae Jarder, Ma. Isabel Oqueriza and Joycie Beranio did the same record cleaning by running 3:58.68 minutes. Finally, CALABARZON’s bets Jessel Lumapas, Aaliyah Ingram, Millefagne, Christine Matchino, and Sunshine Acaso did the same record break with a run of 4:00.37 minutes.

Official results:

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Day 04 2016 Palarong Pambansa Athletics PM Round-up: Kapatagan Golden Harvest: “Magic” Meagey Niñura hauls double gold; Isabela’s Banatao shatters Palaro Girls’ High Jump Record.

Airnel T. Abarra for pinoyathletics
Meagey Niñura

Niñura leading the pack in the 1500m race.
Niñura leading the pack in the 1500m race.

LEGAZPI CITY, ALBAY. Gold is sweeter the second time around for Davao Region‘s Meagey Adliaan Niñura as she grabs her second gold medal in this years’ Palaro after being victorious at 1500m secondary girls during the 2016 Palarong Pambansa here at the Albay Sports and Tourism Complex, Bicol University, Legazpi City, Albay on 14-April.

After winning and shattering record in the 3,000m race during day 1 of the Athletics events, the Digos City pride exceeded the thousand spectators’ expectations when she jousted defending 1500m girls Palaro champion Jie Ann Calis leading the race and managed to grab-it-all on the last 30m.

Head-to-head battle for 1500m supremacy between Meagey Niñura and Jie Ann Calis.
Head-to-head battle for 1500m supremacy between Meagey Niñura and Jie Ann Calis.

The Kapatagan National High School product has been the talk of the town in this years’ palaro due to her stellar performance in the middle and long-distance runs, making her the darling of the crowd. It is with high expectations that she will try to get triple gold on the last day of Athletics competitions as she qualifies for the 800m race set on 15-April 15:00H

Ninura time of 4.39.46 eclipsed the Palaro record set by Jieann Calis last year in Tagum of 4.42.20. She was just under 4 seconds out from the National Junior Record held by Marietta T. Magno of 4.35.70 set in 1985 at the ASEAN Cup in Singapore.

Banatao on her record-breaking jump.
Banatao on her record-breaking jump. 2016 Palarong Pambansa.

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Meanwhile, Burgos, Isabela’s gem Cherry Mae Banatao stunned the crowd in the secondary girls’ high jump by clearing the bar with a record-breaking jump of 1.66m, which is enough to clean the record Maureen Emily Schrivjers (1.62m) set in 2012 Lingayen Palarong Pambansa.

Banatao, the bronze medalist at the 2015 Tagum Palaro \ended the three-year winning streak of Western Visayas, defeating Alexie Camioso of Western Visayas, who also surpassed the old record with a 1.63m effort. Daniella Despeda of Calabarzon took the bronze.

Banatao, who stands 5’9 and is just 15 years old, represents the CAVRAA, which has in this edition shown a re-emergence as a force to be reckoned with in the years to come. She tied the National Junior record, which was held by two FEU Girls, Anjelica Janda (2014) and Aprilen Laudencia (2012)

Camioso and Banatao
Camioso and Banatao

Official Results:

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Day 04 2016 Palarong Pambansa Athletics AM Round-up: Double gold Orduña

Airnel T. Abarra for

Pinoy Athletics

Orduña wins double

Orduña
Orduña, on his final glance, making sure of his victory in the 5,000m secondary boys.

LEGAZPI CITY, ALBAY. Central Luzon Region Athletic Association’s stand-out James Darrel Orduña did a double golden harvest. Victorious in the 5,000m run secondary boys on day 4 of Athletics events at the 2016 Palarong Pambansa at the Albay Sports and Tourism Complex, Bicol University, Legazpi City, Albay on 14-April.

Orduña is also the champion in the junior 3,000m steeplechases of this years’ national games. The Pulilan, the Bulacan-based runner, stunned other runners, including Davao Region’s Germar Dave Marcelo, after stepping the gas on the last 200m.

Orduña

In the 400m run, John Vincent Alejandro of Western Visayas nipped SOCKSARGEN’s Marjun Sulleza. Striding in the last 20m, it has been a neck-to-neck battle between the two until Alejandro finally emerged as the winner in the said event.

Alejandro, who hails from Antique, started training on the famous Zen Master Noel Diel program after the Palaro.

Alejandro took the 400 titles in 49.59, Sulleza, the National Milo Little Olympic champion, was second in 50.06, and local sprinter John Graciano Sapari took bronze 50.59.

On the distaff side, CALABARZON’s Jessel Lumapas also snatched laurel on the same event. Lumapas,16, the bronze medalist last year in Tagum, took the title in 58.03 over the favorite Anjelica De Josef of Western Visayas, a silver medalist last year.

De Josef settled for bronze 59.21. Lumapas is coached by Anthony Valdez, while De Josef was using the program of pinoyathletics.

The surprise silver medalist was 15-year-old twin Lenlyn Sanita of Leyte Sports Academy in 59.07. Coach Damaso trains Sanita.  The fourth-place went to ‘bear nosed’ Jessa Mae Jarder of Negros, the Silver medalist in the Junior PNG at Lingayen last month in 59.91.

Alejandro and Sulleza face to face in the 400m
Alejandro and Sulleza face to face in the 400m
Jessel Lumapas emerging victorious in the 400m secondary girls.
Jessel Lumapas emerging victorious in the 400m secondary girls.

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Day 03 2016 Palarong Pambansa Athletics Cebu Prides Limos & Rafols win 3 Golds.

Airnel T. Abarra for PinoyAthletics

Limos victorious in the 100m dash.
Limos victorious in the 100m dash.

LEGAZPI CITY, Albay. Central Visayas Region’s Samantha Limos adds another medal in the Queen City golden haul. She strives to victory by ruling the 100m dash secondary girls during the 2016 Palarong Pambansa at the Albay Sports and Tourism Complex, Bicol University, Legazpi City, Albay 13-April.

The smallest and youngest competitor in the race standing at a mere 4’10 could perhaps dispel the Filipino’s misconception of height is might.

The 13-yr old prodigy from the University of Cebu clocked an impressive 12.1 seconds nipping the Western Visayas Region bets Lejany Salafrania and Berna Luz Talaron with a time of 12.4 and 12.5 seconds.

Limos is also the record holder and champion at the 2015 Batang Pinoy held in her home province.

 

Limos unofficial Electronic time was 11.99. I am verifying these details with the management.

If this performance is confirmed with a 1.0 wind, it will break the Secondary Girls meet record of Nancy Navalta 11.9 held since 1994.

Limos’s impressive performance moves her to the top of the 2016 Ranking Lists ahead of Fil-Heritage athletes Zion Nelson and Kayla Richardson. It was also the fastest time ever recorded for 14-year-old Filipina (turning 14 later this year, so classed in this age category) with 11.99, beating the previous mark set in 2012 of Kyla Richardson 12.00.

Limos, who is only Grade 7, became the first athlete outside of their 4th year of high school since Michelle Palmares Loterte in 2009 to win the 100m title; in doing so, she also became one of the youngest champions in Palarong Pambansa history.

A remarkable and rapid improvement saw Limos, trained by Cebu Veteran coach Ilde Banzon, who coaches out at the University of Cebu. Coaching Palaro Champions is nothing new for Banzon, who led Lindley Franz Navaja to two consecutive Palaro titles. Earl ‘Rolly’ Salinas to the jumps titles and Rafols this Palaro in jumps.

Limos’s success has been very rapid, beginning as an athlete in early 2015; at her first Palaro, she clocked 14.21 to finish 4th in the elementary girls’ final in May. Within 6 months, she had reduced her best time at the Batang Pinoy to 12.48 to break Karen Janario meet record; this was the fastest ever time recorded by a 13-year-old Filipina. Within another 6 months, Limos clocked 11.99 to easily win the secondary girl’s event, beating much older girls who were well ahead of her last year.

“She is straightforward to teach and learns techniques very fast,” said former sprinter Anthony Santillan, the coach handling Limos during the Palaro.

When I did an interview and analysis of Limos, here were my findings.

Samantha Limos and her parents had decided to stay in Cebu to finish her high school education.

Official Results:

Day 03 2016 Palarong Pambansa Athletics AM Round-up: CVIRAA’s Rafols Grabs Double Palaro Gold

Rafols

Airnel T. Abarra- PinoyAthletics Chief Correspondent

LEGAZPI CITY, ALBAY- Central Visayas Region Athletic Association’s John Marvin Rafols is not satisfied with one gold. He snatched his 2nd laurel for Triple Jump Secondary Boys during the Athletics Competitions at the 2016 Palarong Pambansa at the Albay Sports and Tourism Complex, Bicol University. Legazpi City, Albay on 13-April. Rafols, who won the secondary boys’ long jump on day 1 with a jump of 6.91m, managed to joust his rivals in the triple jump by marking an impressive jump of 14.65m.

Rafols was the bronze medalist last year in Tagum, in the shadow of ASEAN School Games Record Holder Jerry Belibestre. 2016 was his turn.

John Marvin Rafols of Central Visayas Region
John Marvin Rafols of Central Visayas Region

Other feats on the morning session are SOCKSARGEN’s Marjun Sulleza, who is victorious on the 400m hurdles. Sulleza is the silver medalist during the 2015 Palaro in Tagum city finally lanced first after being runner-up in the 2015 Tagum Palaro. The Koronadal based hurdler also aims for gold in 400m, and 800m run.

Marjun Sulleza of SOCKSARGEN Region
Marjun Sulleza of SOCKSARGEN Region
Sulleza on his strong finish for Palaro 400m hurdles secondary boys
Sulleza on his strong finish for Palaro 400m hurdles secondary boys.

On the distaff side, Rafols’ colleague Riza Jane Valiente stunned 400m hurdles favorites Bernalyn Bejoy of Negros Island Region, the Batang Pinoy Champion and bronze medalist last year, and silver medalist from 2015 Palaro Ellah Therese Sirilan of NCRAA by jousting her way for another Palaro gold for her region.

It’s been a tough fight at this event, given that Sirilan has been a consistent champion in the 400m hurdles.

Defending champion Ezel Divingracia of Western Visayas, with a big bandage wrapped around a hamstring injury, could not finish her heat, pulling out after 50 meters.

Riza Jane Valiente with her upset victory in the 400m hurdles secondary girls
Riza Jane Valiente with her upset victory in the 400m hurdles secondary girls.

Official results to follow as of press time.

Day 04 2016 Palarong Pambansa Athletics PM Round-up: Kapatagan Golden Harvest: “Magic” Meagey Niñura hauls double gold; Isabela’s Banatao shatters Palaro Girls’ High Jump Record.

Airnel T. Abarra for PinoyAthletics
Meagey Niñura

Niñura leading the pack in the 1500m race.
Niñura leading the pack in the 1500m race.

LEGAZPI CITY, ALBAY. Gold is sweeter the second time around for Davao Region‘s Meagey Adliaan Niñura as she grabs her second gold medal in this years’ Palaro after being victorious at 1500m secondary girls during the 2016 Palarong Pambansa here at the Albay Sports and Tourism Complex, Bicol University, Legazpi City, Albay on 14-April.

After winning and shattering record in the 3,000m race during day 1 of the Athletics events, the Digos City pride exceeded the thousand spectators’ expectations when she jousted defending 1500m girls Palaro champion Jie Ann Calis leading the race and managed to grab-it-all on the last 30m.

Head-to-head battle for 1500m supremacy between Meagey Niñura and Jie Ann Calis.
Head-to-head battle for 1500m supremacy between Meagey Niñura and Jie Ann Calis.

The Kapatagan National High School product has been talking of the town in this years’ palaro due to her stellar performance in the middle and long-distance runs, making her the darling of the crowd. It is with high expectations that she will try to get triple gold on the last day of Athletics competitions as she qualifies for the 800m race set on 15-April 15:00H

Ninura time of 4.39.46 eclipsed the Palaro record set by Jieann Calis last year in Tagum of 4.42.20. She was just under 4 seconds out from the National Junior Record held by Marietta T. Magno of 4.35.70 set in 1985 at the ASEAN Cup in Singapore.

Banatao on her record-breaking jump.
Banatao on her record-breaking jump.

Meanwhile, Burgos, Isabela’s gem Cherry Mae Banatao stunned the crowd in the secondary girls’ high jump by clearing the bar with a record-breaking jump of 1.66m, which is enough to clean the record Maureen Emily Schrivjers (1.62m) set in 2012 Lingayen Palarong Pambansa.

Banatao, the bronze medalist at the 2015 Tagum Palaro \ended the three-year winning streak of Western Visayas, defeating Alexi Camioso of Western Visayas, who also surpassed the old record with a 1.63m effort. Daniella Despeda of Calabarzon took the bronze.

Banatao, who stands 5’9 and is just 15 years old, represents the CAVRAA, which has in this edition shown a re-emergence as a force to be reckoned with in the years to come. She tied the National Junior record, which was held by two FEU Girls, Anjelica Janda (2014) and Aprilen Laudencia (2012)

Camioso and Banatao
Camioso and Banatao

Official Results:

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Day 04 2016 Palarong Pambansa Athletics AM Round-up: Double gold Orduña

Airnel T. Abarra for

PinoyAthletics

Orduña wins double

Orduña
Orduña, on his final glance, making sure his victory in the 5,000m secondary boys.

LEGAZPI CITY, ALBAY. Central Luzon Region Athletic Association’s stand-out James Darrel Orduña did a double golden harvest. Victorious in the 5,000m run secondary boys on day 4 of Athletics events at the 2016 Palarong Pambansa at the Albay Sports and Tourism Complex, Bicol University, Legazpi City, Albay on 14-April.

Orduña is also the champion in the junior 3,000m steeplechases of this years’ national games. The Pulilan, the Bulacan-based runner, stunned other runners, including Davao Region’s Germar Dave Marcelo, after stepping the gas on the last 200m.

Orduña

In the 400m run, John Vincent Alejandro of Western Visayas nipped SOCKSARGEN’s Marjun Sulleza. Striding in the last 20m, it’s been a neck-to-neck battle between the two until Alejandro finally emerged as the winner in the said event.

Alejandro, who hails from Antique, started training on the famous Zen Master Noel Diel program after the Palaro.

Alejandro took the 400 titles in 49.59, Sulleza, the National Milo Little Olympic champion, was second in 50.06, and local sprinter John Graciano Sapari took bronze 50.59.

On the distaff side, CALABARZON’s Jessel Lumapas also snatched laurel on the same event. Lumapas,16, the bronze medalist last year in Tagum, took the title in 58.03 over the favorite Anjelica De Josef of Western Visayas, a silver medalist last year.

De Josef settled for bronze 59.21. Lumapas is coached by Anthony Valdez, while De Josef was using the program of pinoyathletics.

The surprise silver medalist was 15-year-old twin Lenlyn Sanita of Leyte Sports Academy in 59.07. Coach Damaso trains Sanita.  The fourth-place went to ‘bear nosed’ Jessa Mae Jarder of Negros, the Silver medalist in the Junior PNG at Lingayen last month in 59.91.

Alejandro and Sulleza face to face in the 400m
Alejandro and Sulleza face to face in the 400m
Jessel Lumapas emerging victorious in the 400m secondary girls.
Jessel Lumapas emerging victorious in the 400m secondary girls.

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Day 03 #AlbayPalaro2016 Athletics Cebu Prides Limos & Rafols win 3 Golds

Airnel T. Abarra for PinoyAthletics

Limos victorious in the 100m dash.
Limos victorious in the 100m dash. 2016 Palarong Pambansa

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LEGAZPI CITY, Albay. Central Visayas Region’s Samantha Limos adds another medal in the Queen City golden haul. She strives to victory by ruling the 100m dash secondary girls during the 2016 Palarong Pambansa at the Albay Sports and Tourism Complex, Bicol University, Legazpi City, Albay 13-April.

The smallest and youngest competitor in the race standing at a mere 4’10 could perhaps dispel the Filipino’s misconception of height is might.

The 13-yr old prodigy from the University of Cebu clocked an impressive 12.1 seconds nipping the Western Visayas Region bets Lejany Salafrania and Berna Luz Talaron with a time of 12.4 and 12.5 seconds.

Limos is also the record holder and champion at the 2015 Batang Pinoy held in her home province.

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Limos unofficial Electronic time was 11.99 

If this performance is confirmed with a 1.0 wind, it will break the Secondary Girls meet record of Nancy Navalta 11.9 held since 1994.

Limos’s impressive performance moves her to the top of the 2016 Ranking Lists ahead of Fil-Heritage athletes Zion Nelson and Kayla Richardson. It was also the fastest time ever recorded for 14-year-old Filipina (turning 14 later this year, so classed in this age category) with 11.99, beating the previous mark set in 2012 of Kyla Richardson 12.00.

Limos, who is only Grade 7, became the first athlete outside of the 4th year of high school since Michelle Palmares Loterte in 2009 to win the 100m title; in doing so, she also became one of the youngest champions in Palarong Pambansa history.

A remarkable and rapid improvement saw Limos, trained by Cebu Veteran coach Ilde Banzon, who coaches out at the University of Cebu. Coaching Palaro Champions is nothing new for Banzon, who led Lindley Franz Navaja to two consecutive Palaro titles. Earl ‘Rolly’ Salinas to the jumps titles and Rafols this Palaro in jumps.

Limos’s success has been very rapid, beginning as an athlete in early 2015; at her first Palaro, she clocked 14.21 to finish 4th in the elementary girls’ final in May. Within 6 months, she had reduced her best time at the Batang Pinoy to 12.48 to break Karen Janario meet record; this was the fastest ever time recorded by a 13-year-old Filipina. Within another 6 months, Limos clocked 11.99 to easily win the secondary girls event, beating much older girls who were well ahead of her last year.

“She is straightforward to teach and learns techniques very fast,” said former sprinter Anthony Santillan, the coach handling Limos during the Palaro.

When I did an interview and analysis of Limos, here were my findings.

Samantha Limos and her parents had decided to stay in Cebu to finish her high school education.

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Official Results:

Official Results
Official Results 2016 Palarong Pambansa

Day 03 #AlbayPalaro2016 AM Round-up: CVIRAA’s Rafols Grabs Double Palaro Gold

Rafols

Airnel T. Abarra- PinoyAthletics Chief Correspondent

LEGAZPI CITY, ALBAY- Central Visayas Region Athletic Association’s John Marvin Rafols is not satisfied with one gold. He snatched his 2nd laurel for Triple Jump Secondary Boys during the Athletics Competitions at the 2016 Palarong Pambansa at the Albay Sports and Tourism Complex, Bicol University. Legazpi City, Albay on 13-April. Rafols, who won the secondary boys’ long jump on day 1 with a jump of 6.91m, managed to joust his rivals in the triple jump by marking an impressive jump of 14.65m.

Rafols was the bronze medalist last year in Tagum, in the shadow of ASEAN School Games Record Holder Jerry Belibestre. 2016 was his turn.

John Marvin Rafols of Central Visayas Region
John Marvin Rafols of Central Visayas Region

Other feats on the morning session are SOCKSARGEN’s Marjun Sulleza, who is victorious on the 400m hurdles. Sulleza is the silver medalist during the 2015 Palaro in Tagum city finally lanced first after being runner-up in the 2015 Tagum Palaro. The Korononadal-based hurdler also aims for gold in 400m and 800m runs.

Marjun Sulleza of SOCKSARGEN Region
Marjun Sulleza of SOCKSARGEN Region
Sulleza on his strong finish for Palaro 400m hurdles secondary boys
Sulleza on his strong finish for Palaro 400m hurdles secondary boys.

On the distaff side, Rafols’ colleague Riza Jane Valiente stunned 400m hurdles favorites Bernalyn Bejoy of Negros Island Region, the Batang Pinoy Champion and bronze medalist last year, and silver medalist from 2015 Palaro Ellah Therese Sirilan of NCRAA by jousting her way for another Palaro gold for her region.

It’s been a tough fight at this event, given that Sirilan has been a consistent champion in the 400m hurdles.

Defending champion Ezel Divingracia of Western Visayas, with a big bandage wrapped around a hamstring injury, could not finish her heat, pulling out after 50 meters.

Riza Jane Valiente with her upset victory in the 400m hurdles secondary girls
Riza Jane Valiente with her upset victory in the 400m hurdles secondary girls.

Official results to follow as of press time.

NCR’s Daynata Bagged #AlbayPalaro2016 Shot Put Gold

Airnel T. Abarra for PinoyAthletics

Daynata
Daniella Daynata of NCR

LEGAZPI CITY, ALBAY- Daniella Daynata of the National Capital Region captured gold on the Secondary Girls Shot Put at the 2016 Palarong Pambansa in Albay Sports and Tourism Complex, Bicol University, Legazpi City, Albay, on 12-April.

Daynata hails from Camarin, Caloocan City, marked 10.94m, beating her personal best and hauling the first Palaro gold for NCR in Athletics in this year’s tournament. Daynata was the bronze medalist last year in Tagum.

Northern Mindanao Sylvian Abunda took silver in 10.55m. Dianne Zaiko (last year’s silver medalist) of Negros Island Region took bronze in 10.42m edging out Cotobato Marizel Buezer, fourth on countback with 10.42m.

The Kalayaan National High School-bred girl aims victory on her forte, the discus throw, on day 03, Wednesday, 13-April.

Daynata
Daynata in full might at the 2016 Palaro Shot Put Secondary Girls.

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Images of the Athletics events Day 01 Afternoon Session of 2016 Palarong Pambansa at the Albay Sports and Tourism Complex, Bicol University, Legazpi City, Albay. Photos by: Prof. Airnel T. Abarra for PinoyAthletics. Copyright 2016. The highlight of the afternoon session of Day 02 Athletics competition at the 2016 Palarong Pambansa in Legazpi City, Albay, on 12-April. The Center of attention is the 3,000m Steeplechase Boys Final. With Central Luzon’s James Darrel Orduña upsetting DAVRAA’s Germar “Dave” Marcelo in one of the most exciting races in this year’s edition of the national games.- Airnel T. Abarra for PinoyAthletics. Copyright 2016 Samantha Limos of Central Visayas Region captured gold in 100m secondary girls.

Another highlight is the Triple Jump Secondary Girls.-Airnel T. Abarra for PinoyAthletics Highlights of the day 04 Athletics competitions at the 2016 Palarong Pambansa at the Albay Sports and Tourism Complex, Bicol University, Legazpi City, Albay. James Darrel Orduña grabs his second gold in the 5,000m run secondary boys. Meanwhile, Western Visayas’ John Vincent Alejandro stunned favorite Marjun Sulleza of the SOCKSARGEN Region by winning the 400m secondary boys. Jessel Lumapas of CALABARZON brings home gold in the 400m, secondary girls. -Airnel T. Abarra for PinoyAthletics. Copyright 2016 Highlights of the afternoon session of

Day 04 Athletics Competition at the 2016 Palarong Pambansa at the Albay Sports and Tourism Complex, Bicol University, Legazpi City, Albay on 14-April. It’s been double gold for DAVRAA’s Meagey Niñura. After winning the 1500m. Meanwhile, CavRAA’s Cherry Mae Banatao smashed Palaro record in the secondary girls’ high jump by clearing 1.66m.- Airnel T. Abarra for PinoyAthletics. Copyright 2016 Samantha Limos of CVIRAA is hailed as sprint princess as she won both the 100m and 200m. -Airnel T. Abarra for Pinoy Athletics. Copyright 2016.

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