Last Updated on June 11, 2023 by Andrew Pirie
SEA Games 400m Bronze Medalist Fred Ramirez qualifies the fastest time to Finals in Taipei with 47.33 but best of all is his good buddy Calvin Quek of Singapore will join him in the final after winning his heat in 47.77.
1373 AGAMANOS ABCD(阿加瑪諾斯)
1374 PAMA LIANNE DIANA(帕瑪)
1375 SCHRIJVERS MAUREEN EMILY(斯瑞佛斯)
2499 BAUTISTA CLINTON KINGSLEY(勞堤斯塔 克林頓 金斯利)
2500 CARADO EDGAR JAN(卡拉多)
2501 DELOS SANTOS HOKETT(迪羅斯)
2502 GIRON EDWIN JR(吉倫)
2503 GROSPE LEONARD(格拉斯)
2505 UBAS JANRY(尤巴斯)
2543 RAMIREZ FREDERICK(拉米雷斯 菲德烈克)
2504 LERA JOHN MIKE(勒拉)
2506 WAGDOS SONNY(瓦格都斯)
2544 TOLENTINO JOHN CHRISTOPHER(托倫蒂諾
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“In 2020, Andrew advanced to the position of Vice President with the Association of Track and Field Statisticians, having devoted seven years as an active member. His impressive track record includes roles such as a PSC Consultant and Research Assistant (2013-2015) and a distinguished stint as a Sprint Coach and Consultant at the renowned Zamboanga Sports Academy (2015-2017). Today, he offers his expertise as a Consultant Coach with VMUF, starting from 2021.
A recognized voice in the sports community, Andrew is the Chief Editor of Pinoyathletics.info. Additionally, his consultancy contributions to Ayala Corp in evaluating their Track and Field Program underline his deep domain knowledge.
Proficient in coaching sprints, middle-distance races, and jump events, Andrew boasts a Level 3 Athletics Australia Coaching Certification, specializing in Sprints and Hurdles. He is also on a progressive journey towards obtaining a Masters Degree in Education.