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2017 Batang Pinoy : Tara Borlain blasts out the best ever time by a 14-Year-old Filipina in 800m (video)

Oct 27, 2017

 

2017 Batang Pinoy Tara-Borlain
Tara Borlain

Vigan, At the 2017 Batang Pinoy Day 2 of Athletics. Tara Borlain who had won the 3000m. Absolutely dominated the Girls 800m. Furthermore, the 14-year-old Borlain clocked a time of 2.15.49.

 

Consequently, the time was the best ever recorded by a 14-year-old Filipina. Hence eclipsing the mark of 2.17.2 set by Anjelica De Josef of Aklan which was set in the 2013 Palarong Pambansa in Dumaguete. Most noteworthy is that the mark also puts her at #10 in the All-Time Junior lists for the Philippines 800m.

 

While this cannot be counted as a Batang Pinoy Final as only marks ran in the Final are eligible. Out of interest, the Batang Pinoy record is 2.19.56 set by Feiza Lenton of the Leyte Sports Academy in 2014. Which undoubtedly Tara will have no problems going past in the finals. If anything this reiterates the fact when we have performances like this that the PSC should reconsider the Batang Pinoy.

 

2017 Batang Pinoy Tara Borlain
Ringo Borlain (Coach) (Left) and Tara Borlain (far right)

 

Borlain is at St. Paul’s Pasig, so represents NCR in the Palaro. She took an 80m win from Charmaine De Ocampo and Aaliyah Ingram of Dasmarinas City who clocked 2.26.01 and 2.28.08 for Silver and Bronze.

 

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Tara is coached by her father former champion celebrity bodybuilder Ringo, and the familylives in Laguna. She was a stand out in Triathlon having won the Alaska Iron Kids in 2016.

 

This year she focussed more on athletics running at the PATAFA Weekly Relays representing DLSU. She clocked  2.18.10 on August 27. She was constantly finishing second place to UST Jieann Calis the Palaro Record Holder in the 800m Run. She will again meet Calis in the Youth Girls Final next month,

 

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Furthermore, Photos indicate quite a significant growth spurt for Tara who shot up from 5’0
to 5’7 in the last 2 years.

 

Tara was helped a lot thanks to the support of Alaska Milk Philippines and its CEO Fred Uytengsu. 

 

 

Tara Borlain

2017 Batang Pinoy Vigan Jabol Age Grade Record 200m Round Up Summaries (videos)

Oct 27, 2017

 

This article will be a roundup and finalisation of all news concerning the 2017 Batang Pinoy Vigan. And hence the last article Pinoyathletics will publish on Batang Pinoy Luzon Leg 2017 in Vigan.

 

Pinoyathletics.info is in firm agreement that Tara Borlain mark is the best athlete of these games. 2.15.49 being a National Age Grade Record for 14-year-olds cementing this. And very capable of breaking the 2.19.56 record of Feiza Lenton in the finals. Tara father Ringo has indicated that Tara will focus on 800 for 2017 Palarong Pambansa and try to break the 2.12.55 Palaro Record of Jieann Calis set in 2015 at Tagum. While her sister Samantha will focus on swimming.

 

While Tara has 3 Golds in the 800, 1500, 3000m. And other athletes in Archery and Swimming had 5 golds. These athletes did not surpass Batang Pinoyor Palaro records let alone age grade records. Also climbing to 4 golds was Jason Jabol of Dasmarinas.

 

This report will solely focus on Athletics.

Tara Borlain 3rd Gold in 1500

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Tara Borlain far Left with some kids taking a photo with her

Adding on to her 2.15.5 run Tara Borlain ended up running a slower than expected 5 min 07.00. Perhaps due to fatigue. I had expected she would go 4 min 45 to 4 min 49. But the 800 undoubtedly took a lot out of her. 

However the third gold for Borlain. She should really focus on 400 speed for 800 and 1500, as her 3000 times are not as competitive. Going for a Palaro record may require fewer events or even just running the 800 at the Palaro which will also be held here again at Vigan.

https://youtu.be/jbArfOUemE8

Meanwhile in the 200m Jason Jabol of Dasmarinas City clocked 22.85 secs, the fastest time

by a 15-year-old Filipino of all time. This is below the 23.01 Batang Pinoy record set by his training partner Veruel Verdardero in the 2016 Batang Pinoy Finals last year. Jabol has to clock this mark in the final, he has also 2018 to still be eligible for the Batang Pinoy, that’s if the PSC doesn’t cancel it. Jabol also helped his team win the 4x100m capturing his 4th gold.

“Gusto ko pong tulungan ang pamilya ko kaya nagpupursige po ako para manalo,” said the son of a carpenter and plain housewife from Camarines Norte.

Batang Pinoy Records Athletics

Overall

The Overall Champion in all sports was Baguio City with 49 golds, they defeated last years

Luzon team champion Quezon City.

  1. Baguio City 49 Golds, 45 Silver, 44 Bronze
  2. Laguna 34 Golds, 20 Silver, 26 Bronze
  3. Pangasinan 33 Golds, 28 Silver, 24 Bronze
  4. Dasmarinas City 26 Golds, 13 Silver, 31 Bronze
  5. Quezon City 25 Golds, 21 Silver, 19 Bronze

 

Swimmer Samantha Therese Coronel was also going for her fifth gold in relay events. She earlier triumphed in the girls 15-under 50m butterfly, 100m and 200m and 50m backstroke events

 

Full Results Here

Sources:

  • http://www.journal.com.ph/sports/taguinod-pockets-gold
  • http://thestandard.com.ph/sports/sports-plus/250441/taguinod-eugenio-take-home-more-gold-medals.html

 

2017 Batang Pinoy Philippines Dasmariñas Boy Jabol does Double in Vigan (videos)

Oct 25, 2017

Batang Pinoy Philippines Dasmariñas Boy Jarbol does Double in Vigan

Article by Andrew Pirie

ATFS Statistician

From Media various sources

 

2017 Batang Pinoy Jason Jabol

2017 Batang Pinoy Philippines Dasmariñas boy Jason Jabol lands hard on the sand en route to winning the gold in the boys’ long jump in the Luzon leg of the Batang Pinoy meet. He also took the gold in the 100m dash. JOEY MENDOZA

Oct 25, 2017, Vigan – The  Batang Pinoy Luzon Leg was held in Vigan which will serve as a dress rehearsal for the Palarong Pambansa 2018 to be held next year.

 

Jason Jabol, 14 (Nov 7, 2002, as per Batang Pinoy 2016 Entries) of Dasmariñas. 11.35 100m and a few minutes later 6.18m in the Long Jump Two Golds. Furthermore, Jabol won the Long Jump with his first jump of three attempts to make it to the top 8. Then he went straight to the 100 dash. Jabol is originally from Buhal, Can Marines Del Sur originally.

 

Jabol has already represented the Philippines, back in March he took a silver medal for the Philippines in the SEA Youth Long Jump in Ilagan, Isabella finishing 4th. (given 6.99m but this mark is invalid, due to bad measuring and is actually 5.99m in Sea Youth Champs).

 

Jabol will be turning 15 in a few weeks so his Age grade mark is compared to 15-year-olds.

His time of 11.35 is listed as an Age Grade Record, Veruel Verdadero ran 10.95 (+4.1) and 10.8 hand time last year in Batang Pinoy at the same age.

 

“I fouled my last attempt because I was already feeling numbness and cramps in my legs,” said Jabol, the ninth of 10 children by carpenter father Dionisio and housewife mother Rosemarie, in Filipino.

 

Also, he will help his team in the 4×100 and 4×400 later in the games.

 

Most noteworthy is that Jabol is a student at Emilio Aguinaldo HS in Cavite is the training partner of Palaro Champion 100-200-400 Champion Veruel Verdadero.

 

De Ocampo Twins

 

While two twins also from Cavite Charmaine and Charlaine Deocampo both 14 also took to the track. Furthermore, the pair were part of the Power House 4×400 of Cavite that broke the Palarong Pambansa record last April in Antique.

 

At Vigan, Charlaine, 14 won the 400 Hurdles in 67.99.

While she won the gold compared to her twin Charmaine, Charlaine admitted the former is a 
better athlete than her.
 
https://youtu.be/RKOrnBBnHhE
 
“She’s better than me,” said Charlaine of Charmaine, who won three elementary golds in the 2015 Tagum Palaro compared to the former’s two.

 

Charmaine however perhaps with the wrong event choice was 11th in the 3000m. This was won by Tara Borlain a 14-year-old Grade 9 St. Pauls Pasig student. That ran well for DLSU during the weekly relays. And was 8th in the 1500 and 3000 athletes last Palarong Pambansa.

 

Borlain clocked 10:58.84. Most noteworthy this was a big improvement on Borlain PB of 11:16.8 at the Palarong Pambansa.

 

While it was the first Batang Pinoy gold for Borlain, who started in triathlon where she and

elder sister Sam had celebrity status as Alaska IronKids champions. And could win more as

she is scheduled to compete in four more events including her pet 800m and 1500m.

 

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Tara Borlain with her father and coach Body Building Celebrity Ringo Borlain. Tara made the switch from Triathlon to Track and Field recently.
“As always, I expect to give my best in my events and I have to make sure of the time and not the positioning and today I got a personal best,” said Borlain, who was accompanied by former celebrity bodybuilding champion Ringo who is her father, trainer, and coach all rolled into one.

 

While hours later, Tara went to the nearby pool area where she cheered for Sam.

 

Also, Laura Jeante Wangkay of Laguna won the girls the walks.  Most noteworthy is the

daughter of former national training pool athlete Jonah Genilza, a former ASEAN University

Games champion in 400m.

 

**It Seems the PSC has changed the format of Batang Pinoy back to 15 years and under

after allowing a 16-18 age category last year in the Finals.

 

Full Results can be found here

 

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Sources:

 

  • http://www.philstar.com/sports/2017/10/24/1752018/jabol-bags-twin-golds-batang-pinoy
  • http://www.philstar.com/sports/2017/10/25/1752285/jabol-sprints-leaps-way-2-b-pinoy-golds
  • http://tempo.com.ph/2017/10/25/cavite-bet-wins-2-golds/
  • http://news.abs-cbn.com/sports/10/24/17/dasmarias-teen-rules-batang-pinoy-athletics

https://sports.mb.com.ph/2017/10/25/jabol-first-bp-double-gold-winner/

PSC Plans to Scrap Batang Pinoy Next Year

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October 13, 2017

Scrap Batang Pinoy

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PSC Plans to Scrap Batang Pinoy Next Year, Is this Good for the Country?

While It came to my attention a few weeks from a tip-off that the PSC was planning to scrap the Batang Pinoy. So I found this hard to believe but was advised to not post anything until information became available after October 3.

In conclusion, no further information was provided. So after 10 days it now safe to post, while in the future this grace period seems a bit too long. Similarly, I read in Balita that the plans to Scrap Batang Pinoy next year will push through.

My sources told me weeks ago a meeting was held between PSC and DepEd. After that, the fund for BP will be diverted to coaches’ technical training and education. However, the PSC also feels that BP is just a duplication of Palaro. Hence nothing is cast in stone, but this could be the last staging of the BP.

Now it seems like it will be based on the recent quote from Balita.

In my own opinion, I do not think the Batang Pinoy is similar or intended to be too similar to the Palarong Pambansa. I’m not saying the Batang Pinoy instead of Palaro. But both are equally beneficial.

  1. From 2011-2015 the Batang Pinoy saw exponential growth showing it was a Successful Program.
    1. 2011 2250 participants
    2. 2012 4397 participants (195% increase)
    3. 2013 7546 participants (171% increase)
  2. The Batang Pinoy is supposed to be for kids 13-15 to prepare them for the Palarong Pambansa which is 13-18. The PSC admin changed the age limit to 13-17 in 2016 which in turn made it more similar to the age range at the Palaro. Is a 13-year-old physically able to compete with an 18-year-old?
  3. There were a lot more clinics and seminars available for anyone to join. Whereas with the DEPED usually teachers are front lined or prioritized in these clinics and seminars at Palaro.
  4. Sports not played at the Palaro were available at Batang Pinoy. All of the below except DanceSport, Rugby, and Pencak Silat are Olympic Sports. However, 7s Rugby and Pencat are played frequently at SEA Games. So its important we also give these sports the chance to become part of our national syllabus of events.
    1. Weight Lifting
    2. DanceSport instead of Gymnastics
    3. Karatedo
    4. Pencak Silat
    5. Cycling
    6. Judo
    7. Rugby
    8. Triathlon
    9. Wrestling
  5.  Anyone can Join the Batang Pinoy even kids who are ‘Homeschooled’ or not going to school.
  6. Palaro is a school knock out competition where only 2 athletes per region can represent each event and teams are limited to 12 in elementary or 15 in secondary per region. In some regions, the top 3 in an event may come from that event. So it encourages more participation and bigger numbers at Batang Pinoy
  7. The power was put in the hands of the LGU for selection. With athletes representing the LGU, they come from. Giving more pride in local sports. A lot of the time athletes from provinces end up competing for NCR or Calabarzon who come from Mindanao. But in Batang Pinoy, they compete for their home LGU from which they originally come from.

I could go on all day about the benefits and opportunities this program brings to Philippine Sport having frequently been invited as a Researcher and Analyst for this said event during my stint with the Philippine Sports PSC (Philippine Sports). In the sense, it engages learning and knowledge sharing in a more sports carnival-like atmosphere.

Article Translated From 

Source

Better to get Rid of Milo

To Chairman Ramirez,

What doesn’t make any sense is removing an event such as Batang Pinoy which has high attendance and more room for growth. Palaro has a lot of attendance also. However, we do have 3 multi-events targetted for kids. Palaro, Batang Pinoy, and Milo. And if you include the Children’s Games there is now 4.

The event that is the weakest link here is the Milo Little Olympics. Which is now nothing more than a glorified exhibition/ barangay game. Numbers are dwindling. In Mindanao Cagayan De Oro always insists on hosting this event despite providing a substandard track oval which has no rubber surface. Despite there being an 8 lane standard rubberized track oval at Xavier University 10 minutes away. The organizer hasn’t taken the initiative to use the better facility.

Milo this year due to the Marawi incident made many teams stay clear of the Milo event and saw numbers plummet. If Milo is to survive in Mindanao other cities must be given the opportunities to host. It’s not fair the Cagayan De Oro always hosts the event when other places are willing to.

 

Suggestions

  1. Milo should be removed if one children’s meet has to go
  2. Batang Pinoy should go back to 15 and below age grade to make it less similar to Palaro and to reduce numbers making it easier to manage
  3. The Children’s Games and Batang Pinoy can be merged and incorporated to make it more manageable and benefit more kids.

 

Article

More make of the Philippine Sports Commission (PSC) the Palarong Pambansa in the power of the agency the pagorganisa and conducting a regional elimination for the annual tournaments for the student’s athletes.

After the united statement of commission on bayani education (ched) and department of education (Deped) which nagkaklaro in the power of PSC TO ADMINISTER THE COLLEGIATE Sports, also the participation of the students-athletes in the international competition, said by PSC CHAIRMAN WILLIAM ‘Butch’ Ramirez which more agency the program at the grassroots level.

 

“It’s timely. Right now, we’re planning to scrap the Batang Pinoy next year and focus on the Palarong Pambansa.Institutions that are the games, it is set up its organization, so it’s easier for us to strengthen it with the aspects of technical, started and training,” said Ramirez.

 

As Introduction said Ramirez the practice of national consultative meeting for Collegiate Sports on October 17-18 to philsports Multi-Purpose Arena in Pasig City.

Meeting of the expected lalahukan of 140 Representative of universities, colleges and school, as well as the school leagues, raising the quality of the kompetsiyon in school level.

 

“Remember that no less than the President has instructed us to make sports accessible to all, to involve the youth more,” pahayagt ni Ramirez.

 

Ramirez assertion that the stability of the Elite Sports is mapagtatagumpayan if the training’s training at the grassroots level.

 

“University sports has always played a big role in elite sports. It has been a rich ground of sports talent and we want to continue to support them,” aniya.

 

“PSC is very serious in strengthening grassroots sports. School sports is a pertinent component of that effort,” sambit ni Ramirez, isang educator at book author bago na-appoint sa PSC sa ikalawang pagkakataon.

 

Scheduled to perform the palarong palarong next year in ilocos sur. The Province will also stand a host on the PSC-sponsored Batang Pinoy next week.

 

Please check out other 2017 PSC News



 

 

 

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By Andrew Pirie

Andrew was elected Vice President of the Association of Track and Field Statisticians in 2020 after being a member for 7 years. He has worked as a PSC Consultant and Research Assistant from 2013-2015, Consultant, and Sprint Coach at Zamboanga Sports Academy from 2015-2017. Current editor and chief of Pinoyathletics.info, and has recently done consultancy work for Ayala Corp evaluating the Track and Field Program. Coaches Sprints, Middle and Jump events he is working towards his Level 3 Athletics Australia Coaching Certification in Sprints and Hurdles. He can be contacted on [email protected] You can find more information on Coaching here https://www.pinoyathletics.info/coaching-2/

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