Trenten Beram First Filipino amazing sub 21 seconds for 200m


Pinoyathletics has inducted Trenten Anthony Beram into the Legends of Track Philippines Track and Field. Trenten represented the Philippines for almost 3 years from 2016 to 2018. In the short time he was with Philippine Athletics he set National records in the 200m, Indoor 200m, Indoor 400m. And above all was the first Filipino to break the 21-second barrier in the 200m as well as the first Filipino male to win a medal of any color in the 200m at SEA Games, in this case, the gold. Trenten Beram had contacted me via the PATAFA in 2014, and after providing a small amount of assistance via his dad and coach Amado. I then had to delegate the ongoing process of his Filipino passport back to the PATAFA as I had decided to leave the PSC to pursue a coaching development role in another part of the country.  I no longer would have the resources to help him. In tribute to Trenten, I have included several ‘golden’ articles from over the last few years.

Nguyễn Thị Oanh Amazing 4 Golds

Nguyễn Thị Oanh

Nguyễn Thị Oanh is the only SEA Games Triple, Individual Gold medalist. She won the women’s 1500m 5000m and 3000m Steeple Chase in New Clark Philippines last year. At the Vietnam SEA Games Trials held November 10-14 in Hanoi, Nguyễn Thị Oanh again will run the 1500m, 5000m, 10000m, and 3000m Steeple Chase.   Nguyễn … Read more

Powerful Jomar Udtohan 2014-2020

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Jomar Udtohan Born: 06-August-1996 College: San Sebastian Recoletos, Manila (Previous) / University of the Philippines (Current) Coach: Jec Gando (Previous) / George Posadas (Current) Philippine Team since 2014 onwards Jomar Udtohan Profile: Personal Bests 100m – 10.56 +0.4 PRE-Asian Games Jakarta Indonesia, 11 Feb 2018 200m – 21.52 Weekly Relays Pasig, Philippines, 3 Dec 2017 … Read more

Thrilling Wesley So #1 – Philippines Chess

Wesley So

Wesley So wins US Chess Championship Philippine-born Grandmaster Wesley So captured the 2020 US Chess Championship in an epic performance on Friday (Manila Time) and brought home the $40,000-prize money (P1.9 million). The rapid 12-player tournament was played online. So earned the distinction of tying Robert James “Bobby” Fisher’s feat in1966, finishing 9 points in … Read more

Soh Rui Yong

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Soh Rui Yong  BETTER MAKE IT A DOUBLE! SEA Games 2015/2017 Marathon Champion Soh joins us for 30 Minutes to discuss his journey, experiences studying at Oregon, and most of all, talk Marathon. Pinoyathletics Founders Enzo Williams and Airnel Talatala Abarra host this open forum. After having interviewed 2017/2019 SEA Games 100m Women’s Champion Le … Read more

Nervous System Training for Athletes

nervous system training

Central Nervous System Training Emily Brown in 1894 One March day in 1894, Emily Brown squeezed a rubber bulb with her left hand 10 times, as hard as she could. The bulb was attached to an instrument that gauged the strength of her grip. She was establishing a baseline.  Eight times over the next 13 … Read more

Sarah Dequinan SEA Iron Woman

Sarah Dequinan

Sarah Dequinan is the Iron Woman of South East Asia Capas, Tarlac Published December 17, 2019 23-year-old Sarah Dequinan crowned herself the Iron Woman of South East Asia, taking the SEA Games Heptathlon title back to the Philippines after 18 years. Joining a great cast of Iron Woman Elma Muros-Posadas 1997 and 2001. And Nene … Read more

Bambol Tolentino

Bambol Tolentino Bambol Tolentino assumes POC presidency, beats Juico in special polls, 24-20 By Kristel Satumbaga In a near down-the-wire finish, the head of the cycling association outsprinted the chief of the track and field federation in the race for fiefdom in the Philippine Olympic Committee Sunday. An unsmiling Bambol is congratulated by his colleagues, … Read more

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