Last Updated on August 13, 2023 by Andrew Pirie
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PATAFA Baguio Athletics OFFICIAL RESULTS
Multi-Event Break Downs
Men’s 110 Hurdles
- Clinton Bautista 14.21 (qualifies as defending SEA Games Champion to 2022 Hanoi)
- Alvin Vergel 14.57
- Obejas 14.90
- Paul ??
SEA Games QF Bronze 13.99
CKB Improves his season’s best of 14.41 from Baguio in December. And by being defending champion at the SEA Games, 2019 gets an automatic spot in SEA Games.
But still has a lot of work on his hurdling to defend his SEA Games Championship title as his rivals from Thailand (13.91), Singapore (13.97), Malaysia (14.04), and Indonesia (14.11) the latter in very heavy rain conditions in the last few months.
NB. Bautista is the only Filipino male to ever win the SEA Games 110 Hurdles title in SEA Games History.
Women’s 100 Hurdles Heptathlon
- 14.51 Paragile
- 15.15 Caimoso
- 15.64 Dequinan
- 15.65 Ligmayo
Good start points-wise to Paragile with a season’s best in the 100 Hurdles.
100M Mens Decathlon
2X SEA Games Defending Champion and 2X SEA Games Bronze Medalist Aries Toledo and Janry Ubas both made a good start to their Decathlon campaign.
(SEA BRONZE QF 51.60M)
- 17.02m John Albert Mantua (SEA Games Bronze medal standard 16.40m)
After 2 Successive SEA Games with no luck at landing a medal, John Albert Mantua punched out the SEA Games Bronze standard with a huge 17.02m throw to join defending Champion William Morrison in the 2022 SEA Games.
Men’s 400 Hurdles
- Francis Medina 53.90-54.00 (Unofficial)
- Van Alexander Obejas 54.96 (PB)
SEA Games QF – Bronze Standard 51.60.
Womens 400 Hurdles
- Bernalyn Bejoy 1.01.7 (unofficial)
- Abcede Agamanos 1:05
- Marilyn ‘DAFFY’ Avila 1:09
Mens High Jump
- Leonard Grospe 2.07m
Please note the Steeplechase events moved to the 24th.
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