09. National Athlete Profiles

Janry Ubas Athlete of PATAFA Weekly Relay Finals 7.88m Long Jump

Janry Ubas Athlete of PATAFA Weekly Relay Finals 7.88m Long Jump Janry Ubas delivered what was the performance of the Weekly Relay Finals. Dishing out a superb 7.88m to tie his own personal best set in 2017 was in fact no fluke. Ubas’ previous 7.88m was not a world athletics-sanctioned performance, so the 7.88m becomes …

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Kayla Richardson

Kayla Richardson Regains her SEA Games Title in 100M

Kayla Richardson Regains her SEA Games Title in 100M Kayla Richardson after 7 years finally regains her SEA Games 100m title!!! In the most dramatic of races with the top 4 only .07 apart. She narrowly held off Veronica Shanti of Singapore who won the 200m on the 1st day. Kayla Richardson clocked 11.60, Shanti …

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Zion Corrales-Nelson

ZION CORRALES-NELSON PROFILE UPDATED 27 MAY, 2019 Born: 11 October 1998 Coach: Mike Gipson School: UC Berkeley (NCAA Div 1) Member of National Team Since 2015 Based in Los Angeles, USA Home Town: Burnaby, Canada Zion Corrales-Nelson Performances 100m: 11.41 (+1.0) Sacramento, 23-May-19 200m 23.16 (+1.0) Sacramento, 24-May-19 400m: 54.18 Langley 29-May-2015 For News Articles …

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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.

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