Photo Credit: David Nepomuceno photo provided by Rainier Virginio David Nepomuceno – First Filipino to compete in Olympics After our first great sprinter Fortunato Catalon who won four consecutive Far East titles from 1917 to 1923. In the 100 yards (91m) and 220 yards (201.1m) and 1925 100m. His successor was David Nepomuceno. He was … Read more
Joebert Delicano ‘Grover’ First Published July 5, 2014 After 17 years of loyal service to the national team, his watch has now ended. Joebert Delicano, although unable to secure that elusive SEA Games gold medal, continually provided a factory of meals at the SEA Games from 1999 to 2009 in the long and triple jump. … Read more
Palarong Pambansa 2014 Laguna Results Palarong Pambansa 2014 Palarong Pambansa 2014 Athletics Day 01 Athletics Tournament Palarong Pambansa 2014 May 4, Airnel T. Abarra SANTA CRUZ, LAGUNA– Javelin, Shot put, and Hurdles are the curtain raisers on the first day of action for the Athletics Tournament of 2014 Palarong Pambansa 2014 here in Laguna Sports … Read more
Was a Filipino Hammer Thrower and currently holds the National Record. She won her first medal at the SEAGames with a Bronze throw of 49.69m in Palembang, Indonesia. She again improved her mark in 2012 twice first by winning the Philippine National Games in Dumaguete with 50.03m. And then a month later at the Hong Kong Invitationals this time to finish second with 50.23m. During her stint in the national team, Loralie was Mentored by the now-retired Danilo Jarina.
SEA Games 2013 Athletics Full Report DELEGATION ARCHIVES Fil-Heritage athlete, Jess Barnard Bronze medal at SEA Games steeples, sets a New National Record 2013 FINAL ATHLETES & COACHES LINE-UP 2013 SEA Games Delegation 2013 SEA Games Report athletics medal count27th SEA Games – Athletics Statistics Guide athletics medal count SCHEDULE OF EVENTS Attached … Read more
2013 Philippines University Games Athletics Results Day 1 and 2 The 2013 Philippines University Games took place at the six-lane track oval of DLSU Bacolod. Therefore only 6 athletes were eligible to make the finals. And well represented the University Games with schools such as UST, who had not attended previous editions present, and UAAP … Read more
Remembering Nanette Galarrita Lusterio (1954-2012) Article by Nicky Lusterio, Ignacio Dee, and Pirie Enzo Above all, I Would like to thank Nanette’s daughter Nicky for permitting me and contributing photos to this article. Also, Mr. Ignacio Dee for his insight as a long-time follower of Track and Field in this country. Nanette Lusterio in Remembrance … Read more