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2017 POC / PSC / NSA / BP
POC President Peping Cojuangco and PSC Commissioner Ramon Fernandez

Earlier Cojuangco had allegedly tried to reprimand PSC Comm Ramon Fernandez through his boss William Ramirez. Therefore as a means of trying to silence him.

In conclusion leading up to the Rally against the POC President who is in Ashgabrtan, Turkmenistan right now. Especially relevant is that Cojuangco is ‘Supervising’ the athlete effort at the 2017 Asian and Martial Art Games. While the Rally is scheduled on 21 September both in Manila and Cebu. Hence marks the A national day of protest in the Philippines. 

 

Peping has enjoyed a 12-year reign as the POC President. Arguably the most powerful figure in Philippine Sports for over a decade. He just turned 83 years old, and his term will end in 2020 when is already 86. 

If Peping does resign.

Who will replace him?

And what does the future hold for the long-term vision and direction of Philippine Sports?

Are we heading on the right path?

Will we end up with someone who can do a better job, the same job, or an even worse job?

 

It seems with a protest it’s a risk some of the Sports Community is willing to take.


UPDATED EMPOWERMENT LETTER FROM THE COA Regarding Un-liquidated 27 Million Pesos of POC

 

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Fernandez to Cojuangco: Resign!

September 20, 2017

PSC Commissioner Ramon Fernandez greeted Jose Cojuangco Jr. on his 83rd
birthday yesterday. Wishing the longtime Philippine Olympic Committee president a
“happy birthday” by “resigning, retiring and turning it (the POC leadership) over to
the new generation.”


“My wish for Mr. Cojuangco is that this is going to be his happiest birthday, and sana he will make the Filipino nation, sports-loving Filipinos and stakeholders very happy by resigning and retiring,” said the outspoken Fernandez, one of the POC chief’s harshest critics, in an interview Monday with DZSR Sports Radio.

 

Read Full Article Here



Athletics and Boxing won’t join anti-POC Rally
Sep 17, 2017

 

anti-POC Rally
Picson of ABAP and Juico of PATAFA

 


Published 

By Nick Giongco

 

High-profile sports athletics and boxing are not inclined to send their athletes out to support an anti-POC rally. Against the Philippine Olympic Committee (POC). While being initiated by Philippine Sports Commission (PSC) commissioner Mon Fernandez on Sept. 21.

Philip Ella Juico, president of the Philippine Track and Field Association. Also Doubts whether the proposed rally will succeed in changing the landscape of Philippine sports.

The Association of Boxing Alliances of the Philippines (Abap). Like the Patafa, believes the rally aimed at ousting long-serving POC president Jose ‘Peping’ Cojuangco. Doesn’t guarantee that a change of leadership in the POC would result in  something positive.

 

“From the frying pan into the fire,” said Juico on Wednesday at Malacañang. “We are not joining that.”

 

“If you succeed (in ousting him), then what?” asked Abap executive

director Ed Picson.

Cojuangco, 82, has been presiding over the POC since 2004. Through the years, Cojaungco has survived efforts to unseat him in elections although the longtime Tarlac lawmaker ran unopposed the last time in 2016. In 2008, he defeated the late Art Macapagal and in 2012, also was unopposed.

 

Fernandez, one of Cojuangco’s staunchest critics. He has been using social media to rally behind his call to oust Cojuangco since assuming his post last year as an appointee of President Rodrigo Duterte.

 

Fernandez claimed that the POC was the recipient of many a financial grant from the previous PSC administration headed by Ritchie Garcia, a close ally of Cojuangco.

 

Likewise, Fernandez insists sports that are identified with Cojuangco get special treatment from the PSC.


Epic Fail Peping tries Butch Ramirez to reprimand Mon Fernandez

Sept 15, 2017

I read this from an article in the Tribune by Julius Manicad . Have added additional insights.

Like a Vigilante set to clean up Philippine Sports Commissioner Ramon Fernandez continued his mission to clean house. And in the process refusing for the PSC to continue to cow-tow as servants to the POC President.

In light of the Rally set on September 21 to demand the resignation of Peping Cojuangco as POC President. While William Ramirez opted not to be directly involved in this. He defended the rights of those to have their own opinions.

Fernandez who with the support of the COA is pushing for the return of an alleged 27 million pesos owed by the POC. Which has remained un-liquidated some of it going as far back as the 2005 SEA Games? Some 12 years ago.

Ramirez and Cojuangco meeting with Foreign Affairs Secretary Peter Cayetano had turned into a war of words. With both officials raising issues against each other over the 2019 SEA Games organizing.

A Daily Tribune source said Cojuangco admonished the PSC for keeping the money issues alive. He also demanded Ramirez admonish Fernandez for his social media posts. Criticizing the POC Chief’s disregard of the Commission on Audit (CoA) order.

Cojuangco also tried to cover all bases. In addition questioned Fernandez’s support of the planned rally to call for his ouster on September 21. And mentioned the libel case filed by Fernandez against him as an irritant to their talks for the SEA Games hosting.

Ramirez, however, stood by Fernandez and reminded Cojuangco to treat them with respect, being presidential appointees.

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The source quoted Ramirez as telling Cojuangco: “You may not like him, but at least respect the position.”

Ramirez was also quoted as saying:

“We may be a collegial body, but I have no control of what a commissioner may say. So, please respect him (Fernandez).”

“We are the assistant secretaries of the President. So, he (Cojuangco) has to respect our office. He may not like us, but he has to respect us.”

“Masyadong mabait si chairman Butch, ayaw nyang hiyain ang tao (Cojuangco) sa publiko,” said Fernandez. “But at least he (Cojuangco) saw that when push comes to shove, chairman Ramirez and the PSC will stand up and fight back.”

Tribune tried to get Cojuangco’s side on the matter but he has left for Ashgabat, Turkmenistan for the Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games, which fires off this Sunday.


 

Thailand Willing to Replace Philippines at 2019 SEA Games Host
Aug 16, 2017

MANILA, Philippines – While the Philippines has yet to formally announce before the SEA Games Council that it has pulled out as the 2019 host of the biennial event. Thailand seemed to have taken over the responsibility.

 

Read Full Article Here


Aug 2, 2017

Athletes and sports officials can now heave a sigh of relief.

 

The Rizal Memorial Complex which the City of Manila has been eagerly trying to sell to a developer who planned to convert into a shopping mall, will stay as a sports complex.

 

READ FULL ARTICLE HERE


Peping Cojuanco Refuses to Give up SEA Games 2019 Hosting

Aug 2, 2017

MANILA, Philippines – Philippine Olympic Committee president Jose Cojuangcohas written President Duterte, expressing “deep regret” that the government is no longer pushing for the hosting of the 2019 Southeast Asian Games.

READ FULL ARTICLE HERE


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PHI withdraws from hosting 2019 Southeast Asian Games

Jul 21, 2017

The Philippines withdrew its hosting of the 2019 Southeast Asian Games citing the current situation in Mindanao and the threat of terrorism as well as the decision of the government to channel its resources toward the rebuilding of Marawi City in Lanao Del Sur.

 

The PSC did say it would continue to back the national athletes and coaches in all future tournaments for the country.

 

In addition the Marawi incident which has made international news and Martial law in Mindanao. Means the government must channel its effort and resources to higher priorities. It also is concerned about the safety of those involved in the events.

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POC, PSC feud escalates: Ramirez tells Peping to raise own funds (from Manila Bulletin) (March 10, 2017)

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Cojuanco (L) and Ramirez (R)
Published

In conclusion, The Philippine Sports Commission (PSC) advised the Philippine Olympic Committee (POC) that if it doesn’t want the PSC to interfere in its affairs. However, it should find ways to raise its own funds to finance its foreign campaigns.

Read Full Article Here

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Angara calls for inquiry into Philippine Olympic Committee (Nov 9, 2016)

Two Issues regarding the POC have been escalated to the Senate of the Philippines. With an inquiry requested by Senator Sonny Angara.

  1. The previous PSC Board granting of 129 Million Pesos to the POC for various un-liquidated expenses.
  2. The disputed disqualification of POC Presidential Candidate Ricky Vargas

Below are documents regarding the request for an inquiry.

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Full Article Here


PSC open to the possibility of PHL suspension from IOC (Oct 28, 2016)

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Stepping in. PSC Commissioner Ramon Fernandez says the agency will spend the funds for grassroots training if the POC can get its act together. (Sun. Star File)

WITH the Philippine Olympic Committee facing turmoil following the disqualification of Ricky Vargas from the presidential elections, the Philippine Sports Commission (PSC) is waiting for the developments in the Philippine Olympic Committee (POC).

“We are anxiously waiting for what the Vargas camp is going to do next. Whether they will bring the issue to our court of law or file a protest in Lausanne. And if worse comes to worst, POC will be suspended (as NOC), then that’s when we come in,” PSC Commissioner Ramon Fernandez told Sun.Star Cebu.

Full Article Here



Vargas and Peping Welcome Senate Inquiry (Nov 11, 2016)

A Senate hearing has been scheduled for November 15 to be presided over by Congressman Manny Pacquiao

MANILA, Philippines – Boxing chief Ricky Vargas and Philippine Olympic Committee president Peping Cojuangco both welcomed the Senate’s planned inquiry on the raging issues of the POC election and alleged unliquidated funding besetting the POC.

Read Full Article Here


Ramon Fernandez eyes summit with athletes, media  (Oct 30, 2016)

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MANILA — The Philippine Sports Commission (PSC) is going out with guns blazing with its newfound verve for change across the board in Philippine sports.

Aside from calling for change at the top, the PSC is also looking to address concerns below.

Just this past week, the PSC had a dialogue with various national sports associations (NSAs) about changes and concerns in general and well as specific to each sport. This author learned that PSC chairman William Ramirez has reached out to various stakeholders to discuss and resolve various concerns and issues including foreign athletes in collegiate sports to name one.

Ramirez has reached out to all collegiate leagues across the country for a dialogue on concerns and issues.

 

“The NSAs we spoke to are all open to change,” divulged former professional basketball player and new PSC commissioner Ramon Fernandez. “I think that if we are going to ask for change, let it be wholesale and across the board. One-time na lahat para sabay-sabay ‘yung pagbabago and moving forward.”

 

Fernandez also discussed with this writer a new and different avenue — a summit that will be organized via a region where athletes and media will also be heard.

 

“That is a new and different perspective. Previously, we only heard from officials. Now we will hear from a different perspective,” said Fernandez in a phone interview on Sunday.

 

Fernandez occasionally flies to Manila for proper PSC business but prefers to be based in Cebu where he can address regional concerns.

 

“I believe that listening and holding dialogues with athletes and local media will provide us with new information that is on the ground, fresh, and not sanitized by what is submitted on paper by sports officials. The media are also watchdogs with a unique perspective. I believe that there will be a happy middle ground for all officials, athletes, and media to come up with a formula for success,” he said.

(For more sports coverage, visit the ABS-CBN Sports website.)


Obituary: Anthony Nicanor former PSC Commissioner

1940 Sep 13 – 2016 October 4

Former 1990 -1993 PSC Commissioner
Dr. Anthony R. Nicanor Passed Away at 9:00 am on October 4, 2016.

Anthony Nicanor

PSC Publishes Date for the PNG Finals

Jan 10, 2016

PNG

PNG National Championship

Lingayen, Pangasinan

 7 – 11 March 2016


PNG National Championship Invitation for LGU, Team & Club (Click here to download)

The Advisory can be found here

PSC plans to expand PNG and Batang Pinoy (Sept 5, 2015)

This is from earlier in the year. Some legs of the Batang Pinoy are now finished. I will head to Pagadian to help cover the PNG Mindanao Leg. This is from back around January 2015.

A Meeting was called with represents from most of the NSA’s present in some cases there was a coach rather than an executive representing the NSA. The meeting was presided over by PSC Commissioner Jolly Gomez. The floor was open with all questions being answered throughout the presentation.

The following legs of the Batang Pinoy in 2014 held at Kalibo, Naga with the finals in Bacolod. With the Pagadian leg already finished.

Commissioner Gomez vision here was to spread the sport and recruitment areas for NSAs to as many places as possible to expand the scope of identification of talents for Philippine Sport.

 

He highlighted it was additional support for NSAs, not a complete substitute as NSA can still hold their own national championships also.

The expansion of the Batang Pinoy and National Games programs Commissioner Gomez had revived back in 2011. Stated it helps all NSA expand their grass root programs and provides an opportunity for growing NSA spread the interest in their sports via clinics.

Batang Pinoy and Regional National Games held at the same time but at different locations.

With the National teams exempted from regional rounds but not playing in the finals.

 

Gomez also stated a good way to tap talent for some sports might be involving PRISAA/SCUAA members who have very limited meets in a year.

In regards to clinics, it could also expand into a Regional Coaching Program similar to the system which Thailand has.

It was also stated that if budgets were not used for international meets they can either go into the purchase of equipment or clinics.


PSC Provides a brand new cage for Philippine Throwers

Sept 2, 2015

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Throwing Cage at Phil Sports

Arniel Ferrera (4x SEA Games Champion in the Hammer Throw)Double netted Throwing Area For the throwing community of PSC Ultra, Pasig, we now have a much safer place where we could train and express our passion for Sports we love so much.

 

Prepares for the 2016 Rio Olympics : 

POC forms Olympic monitoring team

July 18, 2015

PSC

Philippine Olympic Committee (POC) president Jose Cojuangco Jr. formally has formed a four-man monitoring team to track the progress and development of athletes shooting for slots in the Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro next year.

 

Full Article by Julius Manicad


With eyes on Olympics, POC, NSAs set a meeting

After a dismal and disastrous stint in the Southeast Asian Games in Singapore last month, sports officials are turning their attention to the Rio Olympics next year in Brazil where they don’t expect to win any medals, save perhaps in boxing, but are hoping to send a bigger delegation than what was sent to London in 2012.

 

During the London Games, just 11 Filipino athletes qualified, four of them – two each in swimming and athletics – were automatic entries given to Olympic member nations even if these athletes failed to meet the standard.

 

On Monday, the Philippine Olympic Committee (POC) will meet with heads of 24 national sports associations to assess if they have athletes able to qualify for the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.

 

Invited were officials of swimming, archery, athletics, badminton, basketball, boxing, canoe, cycling, equestrian, fencing, football, golf, gymnastics, judo, rowing, rugby, sailing, shooting, table tennis, taekwondo, tennis, triathlon, weightlifting, and wrestling.

Full Article by Nick Giongco Here


2015 SEA Games Chart Demonstrates shortfall in SEA Games medal tally

 

2015 SEA Games Report Floor-ball Withdraws

The Philippines Floorball team made a last-minute withdrawal from the SEA Games last week. Leaving just three teams in the competition.


 

SEA Games 2015 Report Philippine Team May 29 to June 1

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The Philippine Taskforce is hoping 50 to 60 gold medals according to the data they have been given by the NSA’s However, pinoyathletics.info is going to guess a more modest Gold medal tally of 30-35 golds. We will keep you updated as the SEA Games unfold.

 

Judo

SEA Games defending champion Gilbert Ramirez Gold turned into a bronze this time in the 73 kg category.

In Judo the Philippines couldn’t deliver any of four gold medals it had promised pre-SEA Games. Helen Dawa who was the silver medalist last SEA Games in the 48kg category. Moved up to the 52 kg category this time and landed bronze.

Mosqueda who was the bronze medalist in 57kg last time failed to win a medal here.

 

Dragon Boat Returns

Coming back to the SEA Games after internal issues prevented them from competing in previous editions, the Dragon Boat team snapped a bronze in the Women’s TBR-6 Crew in 1:07.992

 

Shooting

Jayson Valdez ended Shooting medalless tally from 2013, with bronze in the Men’s 10m Air Rifle with a score of 181.0.

 

Softball

In Softball the Philippines beat Indonesia 6-0 in the women’s and Thailand 8-1 in the men’s in the opening matches.


PSC to Build Baguio Training Center

July 16, 2015

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With the planned construction of a massive training centre no longer an option, the Philippine Sports Commission (PSC) yesterday said it will build a training facility at the Teacher’s Camp in Baguio City, instead.

PSC chairman Ritchie Garcia said they will build a 1,000-square meter multi-purpose gym that will serve as a training area for combat sports like karate, taekwondo, weightlifting, and judo.

The project is set to start as soon as possible, following consultation with the Department of Education which has a mandate over the sprawling complex.

 

Full Article Here


Motivational Marathoner Dick Beardsley visits the PSC

Feb 5, 2015

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Dick Beardsley

The PSC was very lucky to have 2:08 Marathoner, author, and motivational speaker Dick Beardsley drop by. Beardsley who is a good buddy of athletic fanatic and entrepreneur Jim Lafferty dropped by the PSC to give his insight and ideas and also a few copies of a good book titled ‘Duel in the Sun‘ to around fifty invited guests.

 

Hosted by PSC Commissioner Jolly Gomez. Also joining were  Jim Lafferty, Commissioner Akiko Thompson, several national coaches, Milo Marathon Queen Mary Joy Tabal, national athletes and members of the press.

 

Dick Beardsley gave a very vivid and interesting speech on what inspired him to become a marathoner. From being chased by cows to chasing after some of the best marathoners in the world. The one-hour presentation in the PSC Conference room in

 

Malate definitely saw nobody falling asleep as they eagerly absorbed what the guru had to say like a sponge absorbs water.

 

“What was important. was someone believed in me and i believed in myself”

 

When asked about overcoming an addiction to medication he was prescribed after a farm accident he had this to say.

 

It was the most pain i have ever felt in my life. It was like running 10

Marathons in a row. But today i have been sober for 19 years.

 

Beardsley also strongly believed that Marathoners should only run one or two Marathon a year. In relation to concerns in the Filipino Athletic community that local runners are over racing in order to get money from fun runs. It was pointed out it will lower your running life expectancy by overdoing Marathons as they take a long time to prepare for.

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Salazar, Beardsley and Mendoza the leaders during the 1982 Boston Marathon
Photo Credit: http://www.juanjosemartinez.com.mx/

Beardsley is best known for his close finish at the 1982 Marathon with Alberto Salazar. He ran his first Marathon in 1977 in 2:47.14. He became the only man to lower his personal best in the Marathon thirteen consecutive times. His time of 2:09.37 stood as the Grandma’s Marathon course record for 33 years before it was broken in 2014.

 

Beardsley is best known to clock 2:08.53 to finish second to Alberto Salazar in the 1982 Boston Marathon, his time was also under the course and American record.

“I couldn’t believe it. I had ran 2:08 and i had finished second! that sort of

time isn’t supposed to get second” Beardsley said in the seminar


PSC Unveils 2014 Batang Pinoy Road Map (Oct 15,2014)

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A Meeting was called with represents from most of the NSA’s. Present in some cases there was a coach rather than an executive representing the NSA. The meeting was presided over by PSC Commissioner Jolly Gomez. The floor was open with all questions being answered throughout the presentation.

The following legs of the Batang Pinoy in 2014 held at Kalibo, Naga with the finals in Bacolod. With the Pagadian leg already finished.

Commissioner Gomez vision here was to spread the sport and recruitment areas for NSAs to as many places as possible to expand the scope of identification of talents for Philippine Sport.

He highlighted it was additional support for NSA. Not a complete substitute as NSA can still hold their own national championships also.

The expansion of the Batang Pinoy and National Games programs Commissioner Gomez had revived back in 2011. Stated it helps all NSA expand their grass root programs. And provides an opportunity for growing NSA spread the interest in their sports via clinics.

Batang Pinoy and Regional National Games held at the same time but at different locations. With the National teams exempted from regional rounds but not playing in the finals.

Gomez also stated a good way to tap talent for some sports might be involving PRISAA/SCUAA members who have very limited meets in a year.

In regards to clinics, it could also expand into a Regional Coaching Program similar to the system which Thailand has.

It was also stated that if budgets were not used for international meets they can either go into the purchase of equipment or clinics.


Calendar Outline

2015

  • Jan-May Clinics
  • June SEA Games
  • July-December NCR, Northern Luzon, Southern Tagalog, Visayas, Mindanao legs
  • December Batang Pinoy Finals

2016

  • March/April PNG Finals (top 2-3 each leg vs the national team)
  • May Elections

 

PSC Clinics Photos and PATAFA Fitness Testing

Photo Credit: Enzo Williams & www.pinoyathletics.info Philippine Athletes Fitness Testing

 

 

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Bigger allowances up for the National Athletes and Coaches

June 15, 2014

MANILA, Philippines – National athletes who are not in the priority list will no longer feel deprived of support from the Philippine Sports Commission.

Even those in the developmental pool and the junior athletes, who get P6,000 to P8,000 a month, will be entitled to the increase.

Read Full Article Here:

http://www.philstar.com/sports/2014/06/15/1335036/bigger-allowances-natl-athletes



PSC Chairman announces August 15  deadline for Asian Games Qualification

Feb 18, 2014

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MANILA, Philippines – Filipino athletes who want to compete in the 2014 Asian Games in Incheon, South Korea have until Aug. 15 to justify their inclusion to the delegation. Philippine Sports Commission chairman Richie Garcia, who is also chef-de-mission to the Incheon Games, made the announcement yesterday.

“They have until Aug. 15 to prove to us that they deserve a slot to the team,” he said.

Garcia said the date comes right before the final deadline set by Incheon organizers for the submission of the list of athletes by names. This year’s Asian Games will take place Sept. 19 to Oct. 4.

The Asian Games task force headed by Garcia and which also includes Philippine Olympic Committee chairman Tom Carrasco, basketball official Jay Adalem and tennis official Romeo Magat are now working on the composition of the delegation. Sports hub ( Article MRec )

In the meetings, they gather information as to how many athletes the NSAs want to field, the qualifying tournaments they want to join as well as their requirements regarding their preparations. From equipment to local and foreign training.

The task force has put up strict criteria for an athlete to make it to Incheon. And it includes a top-five finish or performance in the Asian level, especially for measurable sports. Gold medalists in last year’s Southeast Asian Games in Myanmar are high on the list although not all of them will make it to Incheon.

“A gold medal in Myanmar is not a sure ticket because there are SEA Games events where the gold medal will not even come close to a bronze in the Asian Games,” he said. Garcia said he expects athletes to try their best to qualify, and they have six months from now to do that.

“For athletes who are not yet in the list of prospects, those who did not win medals in the last SEA Games and those with no records with us, they have until Aug. 15 to qualify,” he said.

Because of the inclusion of team events in Incheon, like basketball, softball, rugby or football, in case they meet the standard, Garcia expects a bigger delegation than in 2010 in Guangzhou where the Philippines fielded 188 athletes that won three gold, four silvers and nine bronze medals.

“We expect to surpass the medal haul this year,” said Garcia.


PSC gives Ultra (Phil Sports) a much-needed facelift (rev 1)

Aug 8, 2013

Above all the renovation has begun on the Phil Sports Complex popularly better known as (The Ultra) in Pasig.

In addition, the well-needed makeover started straight after the PNG overseen by the PSC began in June and will hopefully be finished near the end of the year in time for the UAAP Championships in Track and Field.

However Ultra will be the first mondo track in the Philippines.

Advised sized spikes so the Track oval is not damaged and wears out quickly:

  • No Bicycles
  • Cycling implements for disabled athletes ok
  • Needle spikes will damage the track. 3/16 Pyramid Mondo Rubber or Christmas tree only (a sign be placed with types of spikes allowed, the guard should enforce this).

Suggestions:

  • They should put a banner up with types of spikes allowed at the track to raise public awareness
  • Security Guard monitor the type of spike nails 
  • Fines or bans should apply if anyone does not follow these rules after being warned and ends up damaging the track.

Phil Sports Oval correct Spike Nails and Lane Etiquette

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Andrew was elected Vice President of the Association of Track and Field Statisticians in 2020 after being a member for 7 years.

He has worked as a PSC Consultant and Research Assistant from 2013-2015, Consultant, and Sprint Coach at Zamboanga Sports Academy from 2015-2017.

Current editor and chief of Pinoyathletics.info, and has recently done consultancy work for Ayala Corp evaluating the Track and Field Program.

Coaches Sprints, Middle and Jump events he is working towards his Level 3 Athletics Australia Coaching Certification in Sprints and Hurdles.

He can be contacted on [email protected]

You can find more information on Coaching here
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By Andrew Pirie

Andrew was elected Vice President of the Association of Track and Field Statisticians in 2020 after being a member for 7 years. He has worked as a PSC Consultant and Research Assistant from 2013-2015, Consultant, and Sprint Coach at Zamboanga Sports Academy from 2015-2017. Current editor and chief of Pinoyathletics.info, and has recently done consultancy work for Ayala Corp evaluating the Track and Field Program. Coaches Sprints, Middle and Jump events he is working towards his Level 3 Athletics Australia Coaching Certification in Sprints and Hurdles. He can be contacted on [email protected] You can find more information on Coaching here https://www.pinoyathletics.info/coaching-2/

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