Last Updated on July 17, 2022 by Andrew Pirie
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PINOYATHLETICS PANGASINAN ATHLETICS OPEN CHAMPIONSHIPS
Guhan De Luna Garcia (VMUF/PinoyAthletices Elite) showed he was the top man taking the Mens 100/200 Golden Double in a new PB of 11.03 and a chilled 22.66 in the 200m. He also split a 49.5 in the 4×400. The 18-year-old took silver and bronze in the Philippines National Open in Pasig in 200 and 400. Coached by Dhan Camaso and Enzo Williams he has his eye set on the Philippine Junior Records in 200 and 400.
Gio De Vera (VMUF/PinoyAthletics Elite) took silver in 11.09, and Millionaire Jaymark Estrada (PAMMA) took the bronze in 11.23.
Gio and Guhan helped the National Gold Medalist side of VMUF/PinoyAthletics elite win the 4×100 in 43.07, improving on their National Open time in Pasig of 43.28.
Hussein Lorana (Baguio) the fastest 800m High Schooler in the country won the 400 and 800 in 52.50 and 2:01.0, looking in fine shape for the National School Trials next week in Iloilo.
While National Bronze medalist in the 5000m Arlan Arbois won the 3000m in an impressive 9:09.5. And was second to Louie Agawa in the 1500m. Making a return to the track was Alana Halaguena (Grassroots Pasig) in the 3000m walks in 17:01.
The most bemedalled Female was Jeneth Bautista (VMUF/PinoyAthletics Elite) capturing 5 Gold Medals in 100,200,400,4×100 and 4×400.
Full Results are in the link below
66 entries on May 21 at Lingayen
PinoyAthletics Pangasinan Athletics Open Championships
WHAT TO DO
- Read Information Below including the Guidelines
- Fill out Forms
- Attach COVID Vaccination to Form or email to [email protected]
- Make Payment of 250 PHP to GCASH Account
- Sign Waiver Medical and Financial and email to [email protected]
- Registration Entry Fee Payable by GCASH of 250 PHP per athlete (unlimited events) to Gcash # 09053117155 Kimberly Jane Moneda. (NON REFUNDABLE IF ATHLETE WITHDRAWS AFTER MAY 17).
- Registration strictly closes at 11:59 PM (PHILIPPINE TIME) on May 17.
- The registration fee goes to the cost of Technical Officials, Medals, and other event expenses.
- Invitation letters can be issued upon request please email details to [email protected]
- The event will be limited to 1 Day Only on May 21, 2022.
- We will hire 1 technical official for everyone 10 athletes that pay a registration entry fee
- We will prepare and supply a Technical official list which will be finalized on May 18 as required based on the number of entries in our event.
- Dormitories Accommodation for up to 300 guests will be provided at the Track Oval.
- Any damage to rooms would be the liability of athletes staying in the room
- The LGU will be supplying an onsite Medical Team in case of Emergencies
- It is up to the participants to shoulder their own Hospital costs if required. PinoyAthletics, The LGU, or the officials will not be held responsible for any medical-related costs.
- We are making sure we comply with all the rules in place regarding COVID safe protocols. Such measures would include
- All Participants must submit proof of vaccination via email as part of their entry registration for the event.
- All Participants must bring their Vaccine Cards to the venue.
- Anyone not warming up or competing must be wearing a mask. Including athletes when they are not warming up or competing.
- Events to be Played (Schedule will be finalized on May 18 based on the number of entries but will be a 1-day event)
- 100 Meter Dash
- 200 Meter Dash
- 400 Meter Dash
- 800 Meter Run
- 1500 Meter Run
- 3000 Meter Run (Junior)
- 5000 Meter Run (Senior)
- Walks 3k
- Long Jump
- Triple Jump
I will advise that PinoyAthletics is in no way shape or form affiliated or associated with the PATAFA or the Philippines Sports Commission.
“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.