Last Updated on March 4, 2023 by Andrew Pirie
Powerlifting Philippines 2017
Joan Masangkay Retains Asian Powerlifting Title (2017)
Therefore she won three gold medals & an Asian champion in the 43kg sub-junior division. And she duplicated that feat again in the 43kg junior category. Also gained four gold medals in the Squat-100kg, Bench Press- 47.5kg, Deadlift- 110kg, and Total- 257.5kg.
Jessa Mae Tabuan
Powerlifting Philippines Other Results
- Veronica Ompod-43kg Sub-junior division (1 Gold & 3 Silvers).
- Angela Alferez- Women’s Sub-junior 63kg weight class ( 1 Gold, 2 Silvers, 1 Bronze).
- Jeremy Reign Bautista- Women’s Sub Junior 57kg weight class ( 1 Gold, 1 Silver, 2 bronze).
- Alexis Nicole Go- Women’s Sub Junior 84+kg weight class ( 1 Gold, 1 Silver ).
- Daisy Grace Lipasana- Women’s Sub Junior 52kg weight class ( 4 Silvers).
- Regie Ramirez- Men’s Open 59kg weight class ( 2 bronze & 1 Silver ).
- Kenneth John Bais- Men’s Sub Junior 66kg weight class ( 4 Bronzes ).
- Dianne Kathleen Chiang- Women’s Junior 63kg weight class ( 2 Bronzes).
- Anita Koykka- Women’s Open 57kg weight class ( 2 Bronzes).
- Joyce Reboton- Women’s Open 72kg Open weight class ( Bronze medal).
Powerlifting Philippines –JOSE DAYAO OF CYBER MUSCLE TEAM BREAKING 3 PHILIPPINE POWERLIFTING RECORDS
Jose Dayao, a 10 yrs old Grade 5 Student of Legarda Elementary School (Sampaloc, Manila), Broke 3 Philippine Raw Powerlifting Records in the 2017 Philippine Luzon Open & National Interschool Raw Powerlifting Championships held in Great Eastern Hotel Quezon Avenue Quezon City.
Last Sunday, October 29, the 10 yr old Boy Jose Dayao -33kg Developmental Cyber Muscle Gym Team category. Lifted his first record-breaking attempt in the bench press competition. He tried to lift 34 kg in his 2nd attempt, almost twice his body weight of 29kg.
In the other competition, the Super Boy of Powerlifting. Dayao smashed another record-breaking performance again when he lifted 75.5kg in the Deadlift competition. She broke the national record of Ronnel Nerza of Leyte Sports Academy (LSA).
The other Gold medalist & Best Lifter Awardees are
- Raymond Debuque -120+kg College division of the University of the Philippines (UP)
- Francis Oliver Retardo-66kg Open division of BARS
- Aeron Paul Casamayor-53kg High School division of Tomas Claudio College
- Jena Mae Neri-43kg College division of New Era University (NEU)
- Jessa Mae Tabuan-43kg High School Division of Carlos Albert High School & Silver medalist in the Open division of Cyber Muscle Team
- 2nd Place-BARS
- 3RD Place-Kinetix
- 2nd Place- Kinetix-Iron Quest
- 3rd Place-New Era University
- 2nd Place- New Era University
- 3rd Place- University of Sto.Thomas
- 2nd- University of Sto Thomas
- 1st Place- New Era University
- 2nd Place- Tomas Claudio College
- 3rd Place- College of Saint Benilde
- 1st Place- New Era University
- 2nd Place-Tomas Claudio College
Powerlifting Philippines – FUTURE WORLD CHAMPION OF THE PHILIPPINES
He breaks the Philippine national records of Ronnel Nerza of Leyte Sports Academy (LSA). And took the picture in the 2017 Philippine Luzon Open & National Interschool Raw Powerlifting Championships held in Great Eastern Hotel Quezon City.
He also breaks the Philippine national record of Jan Michael Jagnaan of the University of the East 34kg & 35kg in the Bench Press competition.
The two accepted the Best Lifter Awards in the 2017 Philippine Luzon Open & National Interschool Raw Powerlifting Championships held in Great Eastern Hotel Quezon City & in the center with their head coach Cyber Muscle Gym Team & PAP (Powerlifting.
Powerlifting Philippines TEAM GOES AGAINST BEST LIFTERS ASIAN POWERLIFTING CHAMPIONSHIPS
- Joan Masangkay- 43kg Junior division
- Jessa Mae Tabuan- 43kg Sub-junior division
- Jeremy Reign Bautista- 57kg Sub-junior division, Veronica Ompod-43kg sub-junior division
- Andrea Rowella Abrea-47kg Sub-junior division
- Daisy Grace-Lipasana-52kg sub-junior division
- Anita Koykka- 57kg Open division
- Angela Alferez- 63kg sub-junior division
- Dianne Kathleen Chiang- 63kg Junior division
- Danielle Maxim Fugen-72kg Junior division
- Alexis Nicole Go- 84+kg Junior division.
- Jasmine Martin- 47kg open division
- Leslie Evangelista- 52kg open division
- Joyce Reboton-72kg open division
- Regie Ramirez- 59kg Open Division
- John Andrew Castillo-66kg Open division
- John Kenneth Bais- 74kg Open division, Spencer Co- 93kg open division
In the picture from the left side, our former World record holder Joan Masangkay will compete in the 43kg Junior division for her first time in this division, closer to her teammate’s multi-Philippine National Record Holder.
Joan Masangkay is a new young author and a rising star in World Powerlifting from the Philippines.
4 ATHLETES CYBER MUSCLE TEAM, AIM NEW PHILIPPINE NATIONAL POWERLIFTING RECORDS (November 7, 2016)
Article by Joan Masangkay, one of our young athletes, reporting on Philippine Powerlifting. Enzo Williams edited them.
Powerlifting Philippines – Joan Masangkay
Powerlifting Philippines – Son of a Jeepney Driver
One of his players is Ivan Ace Flores, ten sons of A jeepney driver. While Flores said, he is very thankful to his coach Cirilo Dayao because he adopted him.
Also, before, Flores was living in the jeep with his Father and was a street child.
Flores made friends with the son of Coach Cirilo also a powerlifter. Cirilo’s son convinced him to start training for Powerlifting in their gym. Hence Flores agreed I want to teach Powerlifting.
So Cirilo,111, approaches his Father and personally introduces his friend to his Father. Cirilo 111 told his Father that his friend wanted to try Powerlifting, so his Coach Dayo said, yes, why not?
If he has the determination to learn & wants to be a world champion in Powerlifting someday, I’m willing to help him. He started the program for Ivan Ace; in just two months, the Boy is ready to compete in the Powerlifting event.
Powerlifting Philippines –THE CYBER MUSCLE TEAM
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