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.

Jomar Udtohan 2014-2020

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 from 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

SEA Games 2019 Athletics Results

SEA Games 2019 Athletics Full Results Athletics Reviews SEA Games 2019 Athletics  As Per Pinoyathletics Data numbers that have passed the SEA Bronze Mark of 2019 Team Filipinas 2019 SEAG Qualifying Standards EVENT MEN WOMEN Qualifying Standard Qualifiers Slots Qualifying Standard Qualifiers Slots 100m 10.43s 1 2 11.76s 2 2 200m 21.26s 1 2 23.68s … 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

1993 SEA Games Highlights

1993 SEA Games Athletics

1993 SEA Games Athletics Womens 4×400 – Video Elma Muros 4×400 Womens 1993 SEA Games 1993 SEA Games 4x400m in Singapore 3 Teams entered GOLD Malaysia 3:35.83 SILVER Thailand 3:36.12 BRONZE Philippines 3:53.33 ‘ The Philippines 4×400 includes Elma Muros-Posadas Perla Balatucan Lobos and Rhoda Sinoro. Nene Gamo-Pellosis. Elma, Perla, Rhoda, and Lydia set the … Read more

2019 Malaysian Athletics

2019 Malaysian Athletics

2019 Malaysian Athletics 3.11.04 for Malaysia, the 3rd ranked SEA Team in 4×400 men behind Vietnam and Thailand. At the Indian National Open. These are not even the four best runners of Malaysia. 2019 Asian Athletics Roundup – Malaysians competing in India National (October 10-11) Day 1 Mens 100 Jonathan Nyepa 1h5 10.3 ht +0.7 Q Womens … Read more

Gold a Gift from God for Melvin Calano

Melvin Calano

Melvin Calano Melvin Calano Photo Credit: Jun Mendoza Philippine Star ‘ PB Sees Melvin Calano’s takeover as the Top Man in South East Asian Men’s Javelin. Melvin Calano was the surprise winner of the Men’s Javelin at the 2019 SEA Games. The 28-year-old Calano was the bronze medalist at the 2017 SEA Games. Going into … Read more

Sapwaturrahman Indonesian Long Jumper


Sapwaturrahman Indonesian Long Jumper nears 8m Mark Indonesian Long Jumper Sapwaturrahman continued his meteoric rise with a 7.98-meter leap at the Korea Open. At the same time, being very consistent, hitting 5 of his 6 jumps. And with a legit +1.1 m/s wind. Consequently, his jumps were X, 6.59,  7.73, 7.56, 7.91 (also above his … Read more

Patrick Unso

Patrick Unso

Patrick Unso Reclaims National Hurdles Record Patrick  Unso reclaimed the Philippines Men’s National Record of the Great Eric Shauwn Cray at the 2015 SEA Games. Hence it was the second time lucky for Unso who first competed in the 2011 SEA Games as 19-year-old in Palembang. Yet due to hamstring injuries, he missed the 2013 … Read more

Christopher Ulboc


Christopher Ulboc Christopher Ulboc retains the Steeple Chase title June 13, 2015 Christopher Ulboc Jr., 25 continued the Philippine’s rich tradition of Steeple Chase champions defending his title at the 2015 SEA Games. Consequently, Ulboc followed in the footsteps of Begeo (6) and Rene Herrera (5), and Buenavista (1) Former SEA Games champions with a number of medals … Read more