Last Updated on April 11, 2023 by Andrew Pirie

2023 PinoyAthletics Summer Series

2023 PinoyAthletics Summer Series

The Event was proudly brought to you by PinoyAthletics, LGU Pangasinan through Governor Guico, PDSMC through Mr. Arnaiz, VMUF, Masiv Sports, and Ace Cuda.

160 Athletes participated. PinoyAthletics will be posting videos and writeups from the event here stay tuned.

Late Update: January 29th, from the PinoyAthletics Summer Series.

100m Ramos Returns

In what can be described as a veterans’ Move 25-year-old Rocky Ramos the 2021 Philippines National Silver Medalist in the 100m, took a shocking surprise win over his two younger training partners. Ramos stopped the clock at 10.77, the quickest time he had run since before the pandemic. Ramos who showed flashes of brilliance in 2021-2022 against the likes of national athletes Clinton Bautista and Anfernee Lopena showed a return to form after months of lingering injuries.
He beat his two training partners Guhan Garcia the 2022 National Silver medalist in 200m who clocked a PB of 10.83, and Gio De Vera who was silver in the Weekly Relay Finals 100m also in a PB of 10.85.
The 3 athletes are students at VMUF (part of PRISAA) and have been training with the Pinoy Athletics program since 2021.
A delighted Ramos imparted his message
“for a moment , i stopped dreaming and I never thought that i can step on top of this podium once again . but because of the people who never stopped believing . those who supported and ignite the fire in me . I’M BACK that’s why I’m thankful my vmuf coaches . vmuf fam. coach Enzo Williams . Ace Mabait . family . specially up there ☝️ this is win is for all of you”


Popular Actor Wins 400m at PinoyAthletics Summer Series


2023 PinoyAthletics Summer Series (Jan 29, Lingayen)

Entries close January 25, 11:59 PM Philippine Time)

The PinoyAthletics Summer Series has now been green-lighted by the province. January 29 at Lingayen, Pangasinan.

Part of the Golden Brick Road to the Philippine National Athletics Open at the end of March. 

The entry Fee will be 250 Pesos per athlete, payable via GCASH by January 25 (11.59 PM Philippine Time),

Late entries are 350 PHP per athlete.

GCASH is payable to 09163503033 / Kent Brian Celeste

Please email entries and invitation letter requests to [email protected]

Attending the event would be athletes from inside and outside the province of Pangasinan. And serve as a tune-up and selection for teams representing Pangasinan in the Philippines National Open in March.

(events held subject to the number of participants, and availability of equipment) I will advise that PinoyAthletics is in no way shape or form affiliated or associated with the PATAFA or the Philippines Sports Commission.


Entry Form


(released on January 26 after the closing of entries)


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PinoyAthletics Summer Series WHAT TO DO?

  1. Read the Information Below including the Guidelines
  2. Make Payment of 250 PHP to GCASH Account # 09163503033 / Kent Brian Celeste
  3. Email All to [email protected]
    1. Email Events and Team Lists with proof of payment.
    2. Attach COVID Vaccination to Form Email
    3. Sign the waiver and email
Accommodation will be provided at the oval dormitories for up to 250 guests.
We would like to sincerely thank Governor Ramon Guico III and the Office in Charge of Don Narcisco Ramos Oval Lepoldo Arnaiz and their respective staff for supporting and approving our PinoyAthletics Summer Series.
Event Coordinator –  Dante M. Camasao
Assistant Event Coordinator – Ms. Lany Cardona Adaog
Meet Manager/Encoder – Enzo Williams
Registrar/Competition Secretary – Kimberly Jane Moneda

Events to be Played

  1. 100m
  2. 200m
  3. 400m
  4. 800m
  5. 1500m
  6. 3000m
  7. Long Jump
  8. Triple Jump
  9. High Jump
  10. Walks (distance TBA)
  11. 4×100
  12. 4×400
  13. Shotput
  14. Javelin (tentative)


Age Categories

  • Open: (Born 2004 and before)
  • Youth: (Born 2005 and after)
  • If not enough entries in the event of less than 3, we will combine Youth with Open.


Prizes and Awards

  • Certificates awarded
  • We do not award medals at this meet (this would increase the entry fee).
  • Coaches can request certificates of participation on request to [email protected] after the event.

PinoyAthletics Summer Series Event Details

  1. Registration Entry Fee Payable by GCASH of 250 PHP per athlete (unlimited events)  to GCASH # 09163503033 / Kent Brian Celeste. (NON REFUNDABLE UNLESS EVENT IS CANCELLED)
    1. Registration strictly closes at 11:59 PM (PHILIPPINE TIME) on January 25, 2023
    2. The registration fee goes to the cost of Technical Officials and other event expenses.
    3. Invitation letters can be issued upon request please email details to [email protected]
  2. The event will be limited to 1 Day Only on January 29, 2023
    1. We will hire 1 technical official for everyone 10 athletes that pay a registration entry fee
    2. We will prepare and supply a Technical official list which will be finalized on January 26 as required based on the number of entries in our event.
  3. Dormitories Accommodation for up to 300 participants will be provided at the Track Oval. Any damage to rooms would be the liability of athletes staying in the room. (Meeting on January 28, going over rules of Dormitories)
  4. It is up to the participants to shoulder their Hospital costs if required. PinoyAthletics, The LGU, or the officials will not be held responsible for any medical-related costs.
  5. We are making sure we comply with all the rules in place regarding COVID safe protocols. Such measures would include
    1. All Participants must submit proof of vaccination via email as part of their entry registration for the event (no swab test required).
    2. All Participants should bring their Vaccine Cards to the venue.


  1. Events (Schedule  finalized on January 26 based on the number of entries but will be a 1-day event) (see above)
  2. Age Grades (see above)
  3. No heats and Finals, laned races are divided with the strongest performers based on seed times in 1st heat and so forth. Rankings for each event will be tallied by the combined results of all seeded Heats.
  4. Awards (see above)
  5. The event uses Video Software timing, not Hand Timing or Fully Automatic timing
  6. I will advise that PinoyAthletics is in no way shape or form affiliated or associated with the PATAFA or the Philippines Sports Commission.
  7. Athletes will get 3 Jumps in Long Jump and Triple Jump
  8. Athletes will get 3 Throws in Shotput
  9. In the High Jump, if athletes have 3 successive failures they will be eliminated
  10. The rule of Succession will not be applied in the event. (Meaning if athletes miss an event they will not be disqualified from the rest of the competition).
  11. Starting Height will be 1.20m in the High Jump for Women, and 1.30m in High Jump for Men

For Details on Previous Event PinoyAthletics Allcomers 3




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. And Currently is Consultant Coach with VMUF 2021- Current editor and chief of, and has recently done consultancy work for Ayala Corp evaluating the Track and Field Program. Coaches Sprints, Middle and Jump events he is  Level 3 Athletics Australia Coaching Certification in Sprints and Hurdles. Currently working towards a Masters Degree in Education. He can be contacted on [email protected] You can find more information on Coaching here

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