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  • Below is a list of the Philippine Powerlifting Records (Deadlift, Bench, Squat to parallel or below).
  • Kindly supplied by national weightlifting coach Edmundo Cardano.
  • Included in the lists of Records is the University of the Philippines Thrower Precious De Leon.

1. Raw records begin Nov 2011
2. Only lifts in PAP-recognized raw events are considered
3. Raw lifts in non-raw competitions (including PAP events) are not considered
4. Only PAP-registered team names will be mentioned.


 

Records sourced from

Powerlifting Association Philippines Facebook Page

Philippine National Raw Powerlifting Records as of 2016-11-30

Philippine National Powerlifting Records as of 2017-05-06

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Kitakyushu 2018: Siamand Rahman delivers

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TEHRAN – Siamand Rahman from Iran claimed a gold medal at the Asia-Oceania Open Powerlifting Championships on Wednesday. Photo Credit: Tehran Times

Iranian comfortably wins the continental title and targets attack on world record

 

 

Siamand Rahman may not have broken a record this time but his sole presence put him in the spotlight as he comfortably won the men’s over 107kg on the final day (12 September) of competition at the Asia-Oceania Open Championships in Kitakyushu, Japan.

The world’s strongest Paralympian lifted 280 kg in his second round. He then surprisingly failed his attempt at 285 kg. But the Iranian powerlifter is not worried. His goal was to win the title and achieve qualification for Tokyo 2020, and he did.

“I will put my gold medal together with my others in my room,” Rahman said.

Rahman may not have broken a record this time but his sole presence put him in the spotlight as he comfortably won the gold medal.

The world´s strongest Paralympian won the gold thanks to a 280 kg lift in the men’s over 107kg.

According to the official website of the competition, the world and Paralympic record holder lifted 270kg in his first move to secure the gold medal in the very first step. The 30-year-old Iranian hoisted 280kg in the second attempt and then lost the 285kg in the last move since he didn’t feel the need to put more pressure on himself.

“I will put my gold medal together with my others in my room,” Rahman told Paralympic.org.

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Powerlifting Philippines  – 11 YRS OLD JOSE DAYAO 111 ‘SUPERBOY’ OF PHILIPPINE SPORTS Powerlifting and Chess

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‘Super Boy’ of Philippine Sports, Jose Masangkay Dayao 111 will be going to play his two favorite sports the Powerlifting event & Chess Tournament, the 11 yr old student of Legarda Elementary School (LES) & Team Cyber Muscle Gym has two divisions Philippine Powerlifting records, one is in the 33kg Boy’s developmental divisions he holds the record on (Bench press-38kg, Deadlift-75.5kg, and Total-165.5kg).

 

He also holds the new Philippine record in the 38kg Boy’s developmental category (Squat-70kg, Bench press-38kg, Total-188kg), Dayao is one the best youngest Powerlifter today along with World Sub-junior silver medalist Veronica Ompod-43kg, 17 yrs of age of Leyte sports academy (LSA), Asian Silver medalist Aeron Casamayor 18 yrs old-53kg men’s junior division of Teresa Bodyworx & Daisy Grace Lipasana 52kg women’s junior division of University of Santo Tomas (UST).

 

Father coach Cirilo Dayao said he train his son 5 times a week with Powerlifting program, his youngest son Jose 111 is one of our future worlds champion & future world record holder, coach Dayao are humbly thanks to Ramon Debuque & Eddie Torres PAP President (Powerlifting Association of the Philippines) who also gave the program of Powerlifting to him.

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‘Super Boy’ Jose Dayao 111, often also practice the weightlifting and chess with his longtime father coach Cirilo, in fact, he is going to play in the 3rd MCCA Non-master 2000 invitational chess challenge on July 14, 2018, at Caloocan city, PCA 120th Edition Non-master 1950 & Kiddies U14 1900 Chess Tournament on July 21, 2018, at SM Bicutan, and Chess Circle Rapid Tournament on August 5, 2018, at Meralco multi-purpose hall, he also plans to go to her Super champion & Olympic Silver medalist ate Hidilyn Diaz to teach him for a better weightlifter.

Powerlifting Philippines  –JOSE “SUNDAY” MASANGKAY DAYAO 111 ‘SUPERBOY’ OF PHILIPPINE SPORTS

March 3, 2018
A 10-year-old grade 5 student of Legarda Elementary School the ‘Super Boy’ of Philippine Sports Jose “Sunday” Masangkay Dayao 111 of Cyber Muscle Gym Team living in Bayani street., Barangay San Isidro, Galas, Quezon City.
Last week he dominated again the 33kg developmental category at the 2018 Dewfoam Philippine Bench Press Championships held in Kinetix Lab Commonwealth, Q.C., his first attempt lifting 32.5kg in the bench press competition surpass his body weight of 32.1kg and follow his 2nd attempt of 37.5kg his best bench press ever he made in the competition and made him a champion again & he brings home the gold medal in his gym.
And in the last year competition on October 29, 2017, he breaks 8 times Philippine national record in the 2017 Philippine Luzon Open & National Interschool Raw Powerlifting Championships, he broke 2 in the Bench press competition (1st attempt -34kg, 2nd Attempt-35kg)  2 in the Deadlift competition ( 1st attempt-75kg, 2nd attempt-75.5kg) , 2 in the Singlet Bench press (1st attempt-34kg, 2nd attempt-35kg) & 2 in the Total lift of (165.5kg), he won gold medal & best lifter award in this Powerlifting event.
His Father & Head coach Cirilo Dayao said his Super Boy son is our future world champion in Powerlifting & Future world champion in the world Bench press competition
Aside from Super Boy Dayao, the other competitors get their gold medals in the 2018 Dewfoam Philippine Bench Press Championships are men’s division of Zest Power gym Mark Abad-74kg Open division, Vlademeer Sorezo-83kg master 1 division, Edgardo Munar-74kg master 2 division, Rolando Maye- master 2 division, Romeo Tayawa-59kg master 1 division, women’s division gold medalist champion Achelle Guion-47kg open & master 1 division, Chelsea Cacho-47kg novice division of Gayanes Gorillas gym, Grace Del Barrio-63kg High school division (SEATTI),  Danielle Maxine Fugen-72kg college division (University of Asia Pacific), and Joyce Gail Reboton-72kg open division. 

SEE THE PICTURE:

1.  ‘Super Boy’ JOSE “SUNDAY” MASANGKAY DAYAO 111- Lifting 75.5kg for the record-breaking attempt At the 2017 Luzon Open & National Interschool Raw Powerlifting Championships held in Great Eastern Hotel Quezon Avenue Quezon City.
2. ‘Super Boy’ JOSE “SUNDAY” MASANGKAY DAYAO 111- Lifting 35kg for breaking a Philippine national record in the Bench press competition
3. Father & Son: ‘Super Boy’ JOSE “SUNDAY” MASANGKAY DAYAO 111-33kg Developmental division accepts the awards for the Gold medalist & Best Lifter Award, & Head coach of Cyber Muscle Gym Team CIRILO DAYAO accepts his-Silver medal at 2017 Philippine National Raw Bench Press Championships held in Robinson’s mall Malabon last year December 2, 2017 competition

 

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 Joan Masangkay Retains Asian Powerlifting Title (2017)

In conclusion Its a very good day for the Philippine Powerlifting Team.  When the Philippine flag raises in the 2017 ASIAN POWERLIFTING CHAMPIONSHIPS on Soreang Bandung, West Java, Indonesia.
Above all four Philippine Powerlifters became Asian Champions & brought home many gold medals. Besides one of those is Joan Masangkay,  18 a native of Masbate.  She now resides at Barangay San Isidro, Galas, Quezon City. Also, last two years she competed first at the 2015 Asian Powerlifting Championships in Queen Elizabeth Stadium in Hong Kong.
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In the picture THE PHILIPPINE POWERLIFTING TEAM. Headed by PAP President Eddie Torres with his Philippine Powerlifting Atlhtes bring home 18 Gold medals, 15 Silver medals, 25 Bronze medals & a total of 58 medals.
Therefore she won three gold medals & Asian champions in the 43kg sub-junior division. And she duplicated that feat again in the 43kg junior category. Also gaining her four gold medals in the Squat-100kg, Bench Press- 47.5kg, Deadlift- 110kg, Total- 257.5kg.
JOAN MASANGKAY 43kg Junior division won 4 Gold medals & Bring home the Asian Champion in the Philippines., You see in the picture Masangkay very proud Holds the Flag of the Philippines. With one of the official of PAP (Powerlifting Association of the Philippines) Aspi Calagopi
Besides, another Asian champion, her teammates in Cyber Muscle gym Jessa Mae Tabuan won (3 bronze medals in Squat, Deadlift, Total & 1 silver medal in the Bench Press competition).
After that Philippine Powerlifter teammate of Masangkay who brought home, the Asian championships were Leslie Evangelista Women’s Open division 52kg weight class ( 2 Golds & 2 Silvers ). Similarly Maxine Fugen- Women’s Junior division 72kg weight class ( 4 Gold Medals). Andrea Rowella Abrea- Women’s Sub-junior division 47kg weight class ( 4 Golds)
In the picture from the left side our former World record holder Joan Masangkay. She will compete at the 43kg Junior division her first time in this division. Closer to her teammates multi Philippine National record Holder Jessa made Tabuan -43kg sub junior division. Her first-time appearance at the 2017 Asian Powerlifting Championships which be held at Soreang Bandung, Indonesia this May 1-6
PHOTO BY: CIRILO DAYAO



Other Results

The Other Philippine competitor lifters who collected the gold medals, silver, bronze medals  are:
  • Veronica Ompod-43kg Subjunior 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 Bronzes ).
  • 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 Bronzes & 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).
Almost 265 different Athletes in whole Asia competed in this Asian powerlifting meet
In the picture, THE PHILIPPINE POWERLIFTING TEAM Headed by PAP President Eddie Torres with his Philippine Powerlifting Atlhtes bring home 18 Gold medals, 15 Silver medals, 25 Bronze medals & a total of 58 medals.

Powerlifting Philippines  –JOSE DAYAO OF CYBER MUSCLE TEAM BREAKING 3 PHILIPPINE POWERLIFTING RECORDS

By Joanne Masangkay
 
Nov 8, 2017
 
 

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 category of  Cyber Muscle Gym Team. Lifted his first record-breaking attempt in the bench press competition. He tried to lift 34 kg in his 2nd attempt almost two times his bodyweight of 29kg.
 
 
The attempt it so very well good, he smashed Philippine record of Jan Michael Jagnaan of University of the East (UE). And in the 3rd and final attempt, he increased his barbell weight to 1kg. To break again for the 2nd time his own record he lifted 35kg in the bench competition.
 
 
In the other competition the Super Boy of Powerlifting. Dayao smashed again another record-breaking performance when he lifted 75.5kg in the Deadlift competition. She broke the national record of Ronnel Nerza of Leyte Sports Academy (LSA).
 
 
Now Dayao holds the Philippine Powerlifting raw records in the Bench press-35kg & Deadlift-75.5kg. He also lifted 55kg in the squat competition, a total of 165.5kg. He receives his gold medalist champion award & best lifter  award from PAP
 
 
 
 

The other Gold medalist & Best Lifter Awardee are

 
  • Raymond Debuque -120+kg College division of 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

Team Awards:

 
Luzon Men’s Open
 
  1. 1st Place- Zest Power Gym
  2. 2nd Place-BARS
  3. 3RD Place-Kinetix
 
Luzon Women’s Open
 
  1. 1st Place-Gayanes Gorillas Gym
  2. 2nd Place- Kinetix-Iron Quest
  3. 3rd Place-New Era University
 
Men’s College
 
  1. 1st Place- Ateneo De Manila University
  2. 2nd Place- New Era University
  3. 3rd Place- University of Sto.Thomas
 
Women’s College
 
  1. 1st-New Era University
  2. 2nd- University of Sto Thomas
 
Men’s High School
 
  1. 1st Place- New Era University
  2. 2nd Place- Tomas Claudio College
  3. 3rd Place-  College of Saint Benilde
 
Women’s High School
  1. 1st Place- New Era University
  2. 2nd Place-Tomas Claudio College

Powerlifting Philippines  – FUTURE WORLD CHAMPION OF THE PHILIPPINES

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In the picture, you will see how the 10 yrs old Super Boy & Grade 5 Student of LegardaElementary School JOSE DAYAO 111- 33kg Developmental Division a team member of Cyber Muscle Gym Team Lifted 75.5kg or 166 lbs in the Deadlift competition almost triple bodyweight on his weight 29kg, he breaks the Philippine national records of Ronnel Nerza of Leyte Sports Academy (LSA) the picture was taken in the 2017 Philippine Luzon Open & National Interschool Raw Powerlifting Championships held in Great Eastern Hotel Quezon City and he also breaks the Philippine national record of Jan Michael Jagnaan of University of the East 34kg & 35kg in the Bench Press competition

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JOSE DAYAO 111- 33kg Developmental Division Gold medalist Champion & JESSA MAE
TABUAN-43kg High School Division Gold Medalist Champion & Open Division Silver
Medalist, the two accepts 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 of Cyber Muscle Gym Team & PAP (Powerlifting
Association of the Philippines) Officials Board member Cirilo Dayao.
 
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PHILIPPINE POWERLIFTING TEAM GOES AGAINST BEST LIFTERS ASIAN POWERLIFTING CHAMPIONSHIPS

By Joan Masangkay
 
The Philippine Powerlifting Team will fly to Indonesia for the 2017 Asian Powerlifting Championships. Which be held at Soreang Bandung, Indonesia this May 1-6. It is a One-week Asian competition. our 20 Philippine athletes will battle against top Asian lifters in whole Asia.
 
The PAP (Powerlifting Association of the Philippines) Officials led by President Eddie Torres & Director Cirilo Dayao expect our RP team to bring medals to our country. The team is composed of the best Powerlifters in the Philippines.
 
They are women’s  Joan Masangkay- 43kg Junior division, Jessa mae Tabuan- 43kg Subjunior division, Jeremy Reign Bautista- 57kg Subjunior division, Veronica Ompod-43kg sub-junior division, Andrea Rowella Abrea-47kg Subjunior 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, men’s Regie Ramirez- 59kg Open Division, John Andrew Castillo-66kg Open division, John Kenneth Bais- 74kg Open division, , Spencer Co- 93kg open division.
 
The PAP Officials said they want all the Philippine athletes to bring medals to our country one of those is Former World record holder Joan Masangkay her first time to join at the 43kg Junior division,  in her last year appearance at the 2016 World classic Powerlifting Championships she won Bronze medal in the Squat Competition, which made her a star  in the Deadlift competition when she breaks a World record at 110.5 kg / 243.1 Lbs barbell (almost 3 sacks of rice grains). Also expected to get the medals are Alexis Nicole Go, Leslie Evangelista, Kathleen Chiang, Andrea Rowella Abrea & Jessa mae Tabuan.
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In the picture from the left side our former World record holder Joan Masangkay she will compete at the 43kg Junior division her first time in this division closer to her teammates multi Philippine National record Holder Jessa mae Tabuan -43kg sub-junior division her first time appearance at the 2017 Asian Powerlifting Championships which be held at Soreang Bandung, Indonesia this May 1-6 PHOTO BY: CIRILO DAYAO – Powerlifting Philippines
 
 
In the picture from the left side our former World record holder Joan Masangkay she will compete at the 43kg Junior division her first time in this division closer to her teammates multi Philippine National record Holder Jessa mae Tabuan -43kg sub-junior division her first time appearance at the 2017 Asian Powerlifting Championships which be held at Soreang Bandung, Indonesia this May 1-6
 
 
PHOTO BY: CIRILO DAYAO
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4 ATHLETES CYBER MUSCLE TEAM, AIM NEW PHILIPPINE NATIONAL POWERLIFTING RECORDS (Nov 7, 2016)

Article by Joan Masangkay, one of our young athletes, reporting on Philippine Powerlifting. Edited by Enzo Williams.

 

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One of them is World Powerlifting Deadlift Record Holder Joan Masangkay. She now competes in the 18yrs age category. Also, Masangkay is planning to set a new High school division record & in the sub-junior division at the 43kg weight class.
 
Masangkay said she will be trying to break the national record in high school division which Veronica Ompod holds. Ompod a native from Catbalogan Samar hold’s a record in the high school division (Squat-85kg, Bench Press-42.5kg, Deadlift-100kg, Total-227.5kg).
 
Also another lifter from Cyber Muscle Team by the name of Jessa Mae Tabuan a 13yr old girl who has 3 division Philippine National Records in 31kg, 35kg & 39kg weight classes.
While Tabuan said she trained hard for this competition and her plan is to break another new national record in the 43kg developmental weight class division. Also, the strong girl said she is very happy because her Head coach Cirilo Dayao and Assistant father coach Lope Tabuan always supporting her training in the gym.
 
Coach Cirilo Dayao said beside Joan Masangkay & Jessa Mae Tabuan he has 2 Boys who are developmental players.
Also, they will compete at the 2016 LUZON OPEN & NATIONAL INTERSCHOOL & DEVELOPMENTAL POWERLIFTING CHAMPIONSHIPS which be held on November 5 & 6 at Fisher Mall Quezon City.
 
Coach Dayao said he is very sure that two boys of his team Cyber Muscle Gym are going to break 4 national records.
 

Powerlifting Philippines – Son of a Jeepney Driver

One of his players is Ivan Ace Flores, 10 sons of A jeepney driver. While Flores said he is very thankful to his coach Cirilo Dayao because he adopted him.  Also before Flores is 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 train powerlifting.

So Cirilo,111 approach his father and personally introduced his friend to his father.  Cirilo 111 told his father that his friend wants to try Powerlifting so his Coach Dayo said,  yes why not? if he has a determination to learn & he wants to be a world champion in powerlifting someday,  I’m willing to help him, then he started the program for Ivan Ace, in just in two months the boy is ready to compete in the Powerlifting event.

 
Yet coach Cirilo Dayao wants him to break a national record in 38kg weight class category. Also, The record holder in 38kg weight class was Anthony Obias of Leyte Sports Academy Team. He holds the record on (Squat-52.5kg, Bench Press-25kg, Deadlift-55kg, and the Total-122.5kg).
 
They plan to break the record’s in the Squat competition to lift in the 2nd or 3rd attempt. Then in the bench press in his first attempt coach Dayao want him to lift 26kg to break the Philippine record of Obias and also in the Deadlift competition aside from Ivan Ace his youngest son Jose 111 Dayao, they have also plan to break Philippine National Powerlifting Record in the 33kg weight class category

 


Powerlifting Philippines  –THE CYBER MUSCLE TEAM

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Powerlifting Philippines Cyber Muscle Team. From left IVAN ACE FLORES-He is in the red T-shirt next to him MIA MASANGKAY,  WORLD RECORD HOLDER JOAN MASANGKAY, ALFRED TOLEDO, In the center Coach CIRILO 11 DAYAO with JOSE 111 DAYAO, CIRILO 111 DAYAO, LOPE TABUAN JR., JANNA MAE TABUAN, AND 3 DIVISION PHILIPPINE NATIONAL RECORD HOLDER JESSA MAE TABUAN

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Team Philippines Report 2016 WORLD JUNIOR & SUB-JUNIOR POWERLIFTING CHAMPIONSHIPS (Oct 12, 2016)

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Article by Joan Masangkay
This is the story of our team in POWERLIFTING last month at the 2016 WORLD JUNIOR & SUB-JUNIOR
 
POWERLIFTING CHAMPIONSHIPS Held in Poland
 

The country of Szczyrk, Poland is a very cold country. I can’t imagine that my preparation for the competition will be affected by its weather.  In this country the food is more vegetables & Fruits, there is no rice how much the team tried to find it in groceries or restaurants, so we have no choice but to deal with bread & vegetables.

The whole team felt weakened on the day of the competition, but still, we brought home 5-Silver Medals, 5-Bronze Medals & a total of 10 medals

 
2016 WORLD Sub-Junior & Junior Powerlifting Championships held Szczyrk, Poland (August 29-September 3)
 
4 Philippine Powerlifting Team athletes bringing home 5-SILVER MEDALS & 5-BRONZE MEDALS a total of 10 medals from the recent 2016 World Sub-junior & Junior Powerlifting Championships held at Szczyrk, Poland. The Team was lead by Sub-junior 43kg Powerlifting Deadlift World raw record holder Joan Masangkay, a native Masbate province & now residing at Barangay San Isidro, Galas, Quezon City, who won 4 Silvers & break 3 Asians Records from (Squat-115kg, Bench Press-55kg, Deadlift-112.5kg & Total-282.5kg) while Rowella Abrea native Leyte Province Sub-junior 47kg take home one bronze medal from Bench-67.5kg & one Silver medal from Deadlift-127.5kg.
 
In the Junior Division, Jasmin Martin gets her Bronze medal for the Deadlift competition when she lifted 145kg & Regie Ramirez his last men’s Junior 59kg category won 3 Bronze medals from (Bench Press-140kg, Deadlift-240kg &Total-600kg)
 
PAP (Powerlifting Association of the Philippines) President Eddie Torres, Head Coach Betina Bordeos & Director Cirilo Dayao said they are very glad that all 4 Powerlifters gave all the best to won 5 silver medals & 5 Bronze medals a total of 10 medals to bring home glory in the Philippines
 
The athletes is Hoping to get a chance to personally deliver their achievements to our Beloved President Rodrigo Roa Duterte through a courtesy call.
 
1. (From the left Philippine Powerlifting Head Coach Betina Bordeos next Regie Ramirez, Rowella Abrea, & Jasmin Martin)-
PHOTO BY: RAFAEL “BOY” GOZUM JR.
 
2. From the Left side JOAN MASANGKAY-43kg Sub-junior division(4 Silver Medalist/ Rank No.2 )at 2016 World Junior & Sub- Powerlifting Championships, beside her REGIE RAMIREZ-59kg Junior Division ( 3 Bronze Medals/ Rank No.3), next is ROWELLA ANDREA ABREA-47kg-Sub-junior division ( 1-Silver Medal & 1-Bronze Medal/ Rank No.4), & JASMIN MARTIN-47kg-Junior Division (1 Bronze Medal)
 
3. SQUAT-115kg & DEADLIFT- 120kg Picture of Joan Masangkay courtesy of IPF(International Powerlifting Federation) photo

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Powerlifting Philippines – WORLD POWERLIFTING RECORD HOLDER JOAN MASANGKAY Gets to 2 Gold Medals & 2 Best Lifter in Raw Bench Press Competition

Joan Masangkay-43kg sub-junior division lead her team Cyber Muscle Gym & team Petty Go Belmonte School when she gets her 2 Gold medals & 2 Best Lifters for High school division & sub-junior category  in the 2016 Philippine National Raw Bench Press Championships which held last Oct 1 & 2 at Robinson’s Imus Cavite,

Masangkay lifted 42.5kg in the raw Bench Press first time in her career to lift 42.5kg on bench press raw competition,

I trained hard for this competition w/ my my father coach Cirilo Dayao because this event is qualifying round for the 2017 Asian Bench Press Championships will be held here in our country & this is may last sub-junior competition & I’m going up next year for Junior Division.

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In the other player of cyber muscle one of the grassroots are very talented like Masangkay she is Jessa Mae Tabuan only 13 yrs old  she has a 3 weight class in Philippine National Record (31kg, 35kg, & 39kg) & now she break again a national record in 39 kg developmental division when she attempted 45 kg in her first attempt in the bench press again she break the national record of Renalyn Claros of Leyte Sports Academy. Then her last attempt break again her own new national record when she lifted 47.5kg in the bench & qualified her in the Asian Championships next year also in the Cyber Muscle.

A 5 yr old girl name Joanna Tabuan-18kg body-weight she lifted her last attempt about 15kg in the bench almost the same of her body-weight many people are clapping because she is only 5 yrs old & very small little girl aside from Tabuan sisters & Masangkay.

Another team cyber muscle  gets the Gold medal in the name of Jose, 111 Dayao-33kg-Boy’s developmental division & their father coach Cirilo Dayao-Master 1 Division their team won 6-Gold medals, 1-silver medal, 2- Bronze medals

Three Player of Zest Power Gym gets the best lifter award & Gold medal in the competition they are qualified also in the 2017 Asian Bench Press Championships this is Rio Paralympics Agustin Kitan-66kg-open men’s division lifted 150kg his best bench press in the competition next him is Mark Abad-74kg open division-(153.5kg in bench/ Break national record), Vlademeer Sorezo-83kg open division-(162.5kg in bench press/ Break national record)
 
The Best Lifters Awardees of the 2016 Philippine National Raw Bench Press Championships are:
 
RESULTS:
 

WOMEN’S:

WOMEN’S:

 

  • OPEN-Jinky Guion- Zest Power Gym 
  • Developmental-Jessa Mae Tabuan- Cyber Muscle Gym
  • Sub-Junior- Joan Masangkay- Cyber Muscle Gym
  • Junior- Maxen Fugen- Zest Power Gym
  • High School- Joan Masangkay- Betty Go Belmonte School
  • College- Max Fugen- University of Asia & The Pacific
  • Master 1- Jinky Guion- Zest Power Gym
  • Master 111- Nina Oca- Zest Power Gym
 
MENS:
 
  • Open- Romeo Tayawa- Zest Power Gym 
  • Developmental- Lope Tabuan Jr. 
  • Sub-junior- Aeron Paul Cassamayor- Teresa Bodyworx 
  • Junior- Gabriel Hidalgo- Gayanes Gorillas
  • High School- Aeron Paul Cassamayor- Tomas Claudio Memorial School 
  • College- John Michael Zaldivar- University Of Asia & The Pacific
  • Master 1- Agustin Kitan- Zest Power Gym 
  • Master 2- Roland Maye- Zest Power Gym
  • Master 4- Leo De Castro – Zest Power Gym
 

 TEAM CHAMPIONS:

 

WOMEN:

  1. Women’s Developmental champion-Cyber Muscle Gym
  2. open champion- zest power gym 
  3. sub-junior champion- new era university 
  4. junior  champion-university of asia & the pacific
  5. junior  champion-university of asia & the pacific
  6. college champion- new era university MENS:
  7. Boy’s Developmental Champion- Cyber Muscle Gym
  8. open champion- zest power 
  9. sub-junior champion-teresa bodyworx
  10. sub-junior champion-teresa bodyworx
  11. junior champion-university Asia Pacific
  12. junior champion-university Asia pacific
  13. college champion-university of Asia & the Pacific
  14. college champion-university of asia & the Pacific
  15. highschool champion-Teresa national Highschool
  16. master champion-zest power gym Pictures of competition:

1. BOY’S & GIRL’S DEVELOPMENTAL TEAM CHAMPION -CYBER MUSCLE GYM TEAM

 

2. JUNIOR & COLLEGE TEAM CHAMPION- UNIVERSITY OF ASIA & THE PACIFIC

 

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4. FROM THE LEFT WORLD POWERLIFTING RECORD HOLDER JOAN MASANGKAY-(2 GOLD MEDALS & 2 BEST LIFTER AWARD IN HIGH SCHOOL & SUB-JUNIOR DIVISION) , CENTER 3 DIVISION PHILIPPINE NATIONAL RECORD HOLDER JESSA MAE TABUAN- (GOLD MEDALIST & BEST LIFTER, FROM RIGHT MAXEN FUGEN-(2 GOLD MEDAL & 2 BEST LIFTER IN COLLEGE & JUNIOR DIVISION)

 

Powerlifting Philippines – 2016 Philippine National Raw Bench Press Championships held at  Robinson’s Imus Cavite, oct. 1 & 2, 2016.

On the pictures are Best Powerlifters of Philippines from left is Mark Abad-74kg open division of zest power gym, (break Philippine national record & Gold medalist champion), next is Photo Journalist Rafael “Boy” Gozum Jr., Philippine National Powerlifting coach Ramon Debuque, at the middle is 2016 World Powerlifting Record Holder Joan Masangkay who got 2 gold medals medals for sub jr/high school division and also given a trophy as best lifter of the year in both division in 43kg High school division(Betty Go Belmonte School) and Sub-junior  division(Cyber Muscle Team) next is Vlademeer Sorezo-83kg-open division(Gold medalist & breaking Philippine Record) then Coach of Cyber muscle gym team Cirilo Dayao- Gold Medalist in master 1 division.

PHOTO BY: RAFAEL “BOY” GOZUM JR.


Powerlifting Philippines – JOAN MASANGKAY Sets NEW WORLD RECORD at World Championships

Jul 4, 2016

Contributed by Joan Masangkay,

Edited by Andrew Pirie.

Pinay sensation Joan Masangkay a 17yrs old native Masbate. But residing now at Barangay San Isidro Galas, Quezon City.  Brought home 1-Gold medal for Deadlift & 1-Bronze medal for Squat. Hence Joanne set a new world record at the deadlift competition at the 2016 World Powerlifting Classic Championship in Killeen, Houston Texas (USA). While it was an incredible battle between the Belarus Country, Russia, and the Philippines.

This is one of the best battles in the Powerlifting event in the 43kg Sub-junior division. Also especially the third & final attempt in the Deadlift competition, Japan’s- Miya Shimizu lifted 77.5kg, PHILIPPINES- Veronica Ompod-100kg. And  USA- Brianna Morrison lifted 102.5kg,

The three created the biggest battle in the history of the sub-junior division when Russian- Olga Volynskaia lifted 107.5kg she knew that she will win the gold medal in the deadlift competition.

Olga was very happy because she felt that the two lifters would not succeed. Hence the two last lifters tried to break the world record. While the first one from BELARUS- Alina Chashchyna her bodyweight is 42.76kg when she lifted 110kg for the world record. Consequently, Chashchuna successfully lifted the weight.

While Masangkay whose bodyweight is 41.74kg did not give up promising to herself that she will bring honor to the Philippines. Before Masangkay lifted her 3rd & very last attempt many of the spectators in the World Championships sanctioned by IPF (International Powerlifting Federation).

Man doubted our Filipina contender will succeed because she was short at stature at 4″10′ height. And thought it impossible to lift the 110.5kg in the Deadlift competition. Most noteworthy was that one of the commentator’s said

Man doubted our Filipina contender will succeed because she was short at stature at 4″10′ height. And though its impossible to lift the 110.5kg in the Deadlift competition. Most noteworthy was that one of the commentator’s said

Despite this Masangkay was not affected. While giving all the strength she had she successfully lifted the 110.5kg. And set a New World Record. Furthermore creating a piece of history at the World Powerlifting Classic Championship in the Deadlift competition.

Masangkay said she dedicated her World record to our New elected President Rodrigo Roa Duterte, to all Pilipino out there & to my Family most of all to Our Lord Jesus Christ. bring home 1-Gold medal & 1-Bronze medal.

While in another event Joan Masangkay teammate Veronica Ompod secured the Gold medal in the Squat Competition, Brianna Morrison of USA 2nd place gets the silver medal. And Masangkay for the Bronze medal also in the list is women’s open division.

Also, Leslie Evangelista-47kg category took a silver medal for the Philippines in the Deadlift Competition & Jeremy Reign Bautista landed 4th place in all events,

While the Philippine Powerlifting Team brought home 2-Gold Medals 1-Silver medal & 1-Bronze medal.

Also PAP Director Cirilo Dayao, PAP(Powerlifting Association of the Philippines) President & National Coach Eddie Torres. And Assistant Coach Leslie Evangelista said 733 athletes participated in different countries in the whole world like USA, JAPAN, GREAT BRITAIN, AUSTRALIA, CANADA, BELARUS, RUSSIA, NEW ZEALAND, IRELAND, FINLAND, SWEDEN, SOUTH AFRICA, KAZAKHSTAN, ICELAND, URUGUAY,  ECUADOR, NETHERLAND., And Other parts of the world.

Joan Masangkay World Record

Joan Masangkay world record

Powerlifting Philippines
Powerlifting Philippines

1. In the picture, You will see the face of Super Powerlifter JOAN MASANGKAY-43kg sub-junior division. Shout very loud & Tears for joy after she lifted 110.5kg for the New World Record in the Deadlift Competition at 2016 WORLD POWERLIFTING CLASSIC CHAMPIONSHIP held in Killeen, Houston Texas. Masangkay brings home 1-Gold Medal in the Deadlift Competition & 1-Bronze Medal in the Squat Competition

 

2. In the Picture, You will see  The PHILIPPINE POWERLIFTING TEAM headed by at the right side PAP President/Coach EDDIE TORRES. From left side LESLIE EVANGELISTA-47kg open division-Silver Medalist/Deadlift Competition, JEREMY REIGN BAUTISTA-52kg sub-junior division-4th place over-all, from center JOAN MASANGKAY-43g sub-junior division-Gold Medalist Champion/New World Record Holder-Deadlift Competition & Bronze Medalist-Squat Competition, & VERONICA OMPOD-43kg sub-junior division-Gold Medalist  Champion-Squat competition

 


Powerlifting Philippines – 2016 WORLD POWERLIFTING CLASSIC CHAMPIONSHIP (Jun 24, 2016)

Article by

Joanne Masangkay of Philippine Power Lifting

Powerlifting Philippines
Powerlifting Philippines

Powerlifting Association of the Philippines (PAP) sent 4 Strongest Women’s in the Philippines at the 2016 WORLD POWERLIFTING CLASSIC CHAMPIONSHIP Killeen, Houston Texas June 19-26

4 Strongest woman in the Philippines sent by Powerlifting Association of the Philippines (PAP),  one of them is JOAN MASANGKAY-43kg sub-junior weight class she is a native Masbate Bicol region but her residency is from Barangay San Isidro Galas, Quezon City last year she competed at 2015 ASIAN POWERLIFTING CHAMPIONSHIP in Hong Kong were she won 4 ASIAN Gold Medals & 3 New Asian record holder for our country,  she is top3 in the whole world for winning 4 Bronze medals in the last year World Powerlifting Equipped Championship in Prague, Czech Republic (EUROPE), Joan Masangkay her best (Squat-112.5kg, Bench Press-55kg, Deadlift-110kg, Total-277.5kg),This is her first time to join World Powerlifting Raw Classic Championship in the USA she is in the top 5 in the world in this event,  But her Father coach & Director of PAP Cirilo Dayao said he has faith that Joan will bring home a medal in the Philippines; also in the Philippine Powerlifting Team are JEREMY REIGN BAUTISTA-52kg sub-junior weight class, Veronica Ompod-43kg weight class, & Leslie Evangelista-47kg, open division

 

DIRECTOR Cirilo Dayao &  PAP President Eddie Torres & head coach of the Philippine team they will give all the best to bring home medals for our country & to all Philippine Powerlifting team, said they dedicated this competition to our

 

New President Rodrigo Duterte & Most of all Our Lord God
 
From the left side JEREMY REIGN BAUTISTA-52kg sub-junior division, VERONICA OMPOD-43kg weight class, JOAN MASANGKAY-43kg sub-junior division, & PAP/COACH President EDDIE TORRES

Powerlifting Philippines Pre 2015

 

Philippine Power-lifting Team qualifies for World Junior Meets

Aug 26, 2015

Article By Joanne Masangkay

edited by Andrew Pirie

Four of our best Power Lifter in the world qualified to the 15TH SUB-JUNIOR & 33RD JUNIOR WORLD POWERLIFTING CHAMPIONSHIP IN PRAQUE, CZECH REPUBLIC, EUROPE ,

Leading the group JOAN MASANGKAY, JEREMY REIGN BAUTISTA, JASMINE MARTIN, AND REGIE RAMIREZ This actually his fifth WORLD POWERLIFTING CHAMPIONSHIP appearances.

  • Joan
    Powerlifting Philippines – Joanne Masangkay

Last July 20-25, 2015, held in QUEEN ELIZABETH STADIUM in HONG KONG, JOAN MASANGKAY who is 16yrs old, 4’10” height 43kg in her division a very low height broke the 3 ASIAN RECORD in SQUAT-100kg, BENCH PRESS- 50kg, DEADLIFT-105kg, and  TOTAL- 255kg, She got 3 Gold Medals & 1 Silver for the bench press category.

Last July 20-25, 2015, held in QUEEN ELIZABETH STADIUM in HONG KONG, JOAN MASANGKAY who is 16yrs old, 4’10” height 43kg in her division a very low height broke the 3 ASIAN RECORD in SQUAT-100kg, BENCH PRESS- 50kg, DEADLIFT-105kg, and  TOTAL- 255kg, She got 3 Gold Medals & 1 Silver for the bench press category.

The others PHILIPPINE POWERLIFTING players also qualified to the WORLD POWERLIFTING CHAMPIONSHIP

The others PHILIPPINE POWERLIFTING players also qualified to the WORLD POWERLIFTING CHAMPIONSHIP

  • Reign
    Powerlifting Philippines – Reign

JEREMY REIGN BAUTISTA, 52kg sub-junior division- SQUAT- 110kg,  BENCH PRESS- 60kg, DEADLIFT- 120kg & Total- 295kg, she get 2 Golds, 2 Silvers,

 

JASMINE MARTIN, 47kg- SQUAT- 127.5kg, BENCH PRESS- 55kg, DEADLIFT- 145kg, and total 327.5kg, she gets 4 Gold medals AND  REGIE RAMIREZ- SQUAT- 220kg, BENCH PRESS- 135kg, DEADLIFT- 220kg & TOTAL- 575kg ,He gets 3 Gold medals & 1 Bronze medal,

 

The Four lifters have a big chance to bring medal hope to our country, JEREMY REIGN BAUTISTA- 47kg in her division is 3rd best in the world also with JOAN MASANGKAY- 43kg in her division 3rd best in the world, JASMINE MARTIN- 47kg Women’s Junior division- 4th best in the world and REGIE RAMIREZ- 59kg- 6th place best in the world with the help of the coaches.Regie

Powerlifting Philippines – Regie

PHILIPPINE POWERLIFTING ASSOCIATION PRESIDENT RAMON DEBUQUE & EDDIE TORRES, Head coach of Philippine Powerlifting Team- ASPI CALAGOPI, AND assistant coach BETINA BORDEOS , ALLAN PAJE, ROBERTO GAYANES, TONY KOYKKA, CIRILO DAYAO

OUR VERY OWN FILIPINO WHO QUALIFIED TO THE WORLD POWERLIFTING CHAMPIONSHIP

 

1.  JASMINE MARTIN-52kg division – Asian Junior 3rd place for Best lifter(4 GOLD MEDALS)

2.  JEREMY REIGN BAUTISTA- 47kg division- Asian Sub-Junior 2nd place for Best lifter (2 GOLD MEDALS & 2 SILVERS)

3.  REGIE RAMIREZ- 59kg DIVISION- (3 GOLD MEDALS & 1 BRONZE MEDAL)

4. JOAN MASANGKAY a 16yrs old, 4’10” height 43kg in her division a very low height  break the 3 ASIAN RECORD

     (3 GOLD MEDALS & 1 SILVER)

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Powerlifting Philippines – Results of World Junior & Sub-Junior Powerlifting Championships

Provided by Eddie Torres

We are pleased to inform you of the success of young PH power-lifters in the World Championships. Below are the details:


FINAL PH TEAM RESULTS at the 2015 World Junior & Sub-Junior Powerlifting Championships

 
5 silver medals, 5 bronze medals, 7 new Asian records
 
  • Reign Bautista – 3 silvers, 1 bronze, 3 new Asian Sub-Jr records
  • Joan Masangkay – 4 bronze medals, 4 new Asian Sub-Jr records
  • Jasmine Martin – 1 silver
  • Regie Ramirez – 1 silver
 
Joan posted a huge lead over Bovkun Mariya of Kazakhstan for the Total bronze in the 43kg class which was won by USA’s Mitchell Ashley. Who shattered the world record in the Total & Deadlift. Interestingly, the gold & silver medalists will be over-age for Sub-Juniors next year while Joan will still have another year in the Sub-Juniors.
 
In the 47kg class, Reign bested lifters from Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Romania, and Japan but had to give it to USA’s LaChapelle Taylor who smashed 2 world records. Reign has only been lifting a little more than a year so she has huge potential to get a lot stronger next year.
 
Jasmine beat lifters from Russia, Ukraine & Japan to get the Deadlift silver, just behind Hudson Allegra of the USA. The gold medalist in the Total was Primakova Irina of Russia
 
Regie had to overcome lifters from USA, Russia, Japan & Kyrgyzstan to get the deadlift silver but was beaten by another lifter from Kyrgyzstan, Alymbek uulu Azamat who is in his last year in the Juniors. Regie can still compete as a Junior next year.
 
Attached are pictures of the awarding ceremonies of Joan, Reign, Jasmine, and the deadlift action picture of Regie.
 

Breakdown of medals won:

JEREMY REIGN BAUTISTA, Women’s 47kg Sub-Junior
  • Squat / 135kg / silver (new Asian Sub-Jr record)
  • Bench Press / 60kg / bronze
  • Deadlift / 122.5 / silver (new Asian Sub-Jr record)
  • Total / 317.5kg / silver (new Asian Sub-Jr record)
 
JOAN MASANGKAY, Women’s 43kg Sub-Junior
  • Squat / 112.5kg / bronze (new Asian Sub-Jr record)
  • Bench Press 55kg / bronze (new Asian Sub-Jr record)
  • Deadlift  110kg / bronze (new Asian Sub-Jr record)
  • Total / 277.5kg / bronze (new Asian Sub-Jr record)
 
REGIE RAMIREZ, Men’s 59kg Junior
Deadlift  247.5kg / silver
 
JASMINE MARTIN, Women’s 47kg Junior
Deadlift  140kg / silver

 

EVENT: 2015 World Junior & Sub-Junior Powerlifting Championships

VENUE:  Prague, Czech Republic

DATE:  August 31 to September 5, 2015

NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS:  223 athletes

CATEGORIES: Sub-Junior (14-18 years) & Junior (19-23 years)

CHEF DE MISSION: Mr. Aspi Calagopi, Powerlifting Association of the Philippines (PAP) board member

HEAD COACH: Ms. Betina Bordeos

Jasmine Martin awarding Joan Masangkay awarding Regie Ramirez deadlift Reign Bautista awarding Team photo

2015 National Bench Press Competition

Apr 8, 2015

Article by Andrew Pirie

 

bench-champion

Andrew Pirie wins Novice National Bench Title in the 65kg weight range

*NB this is an article from a few months ago. I was just digging through my drafts and found this.

The ‘Powerlifting Association of the Philippines’ had ‘Dew Foam National Bench Press Championships’ at the Robinson’s Place Mall, in Antipolo.

MEMBER: INTERNATIONAL POWERLIFTING FEDERATION
ASIAN POWERLIFTING FEDERATION
PHILIPPINE OLYMPIC COMMITTEE
RECOGNIZED BY: PHILIPPINE SPORTS COMMISSION

This was my first time to participate in this meet. Although my Bench Press PR is 109kg in practice I opted for 82.5kg as there are so many rules to observe.

Such as Can’t lift butt off the bench, can’t lift feet off the floor, three commands each with around two-second pauses (Down, Press, and Rack). You get three lifts. I was competing in the -66kg category weighing in at 64.9kg. I warmed up and then chose 82.5kg as this was a manageable weight. The problem came not with the weight but getting used to the commands, on the first attempt it wasn’t a smooth press as the right elbow dropped a bit. Then on my second attempt, I racked it while the command was rack not after which was also saw red flags.

The Commentator then gave me encouragement on the third lift saying “Will he lift this or bomb out of the competition” luckily the third attempt at 82.5kg was successful and gave me Gold in the Novice and Bronze overall in my weight class.


PHILIPPINE BEST POWERLIFTERS WILL MEET IN ROBINSON’S METRO EAST MARIKINA CITY

Feb 24, 2015

The Best of the best Powerlifters in our land will meet at the 2017 PHILIPPINE NATIONAL BENCH PRESS CHAMPIONSHIPS on Robinson’s Metro East mall Marikina City. This February 26, Sunday, this is also a qualifying round for the 2017 ASIAN BENCH PRESS CHAMPIONSHIPS. Which be held here in Great Eastern Hotel Quezon Avenue Quezon City, PAP (Powerlifting Association of the Philippines)

 
Led by President Eddie Torres  & 8 Officials Ramon Debuque, Jr Santos, Aspi Calagopi, Marlon Lugue, Denise Jamilla, Betina Bordeos, Max Fugen, & Cirilo Dayao. The group officials said the following gym & school teams are expected to join the competition are Team Cyber Muscle Gym led by World Power-lifting Record Holder Joan Masangkay-
43kg Junior division.
 
Multi-Philippine National Record Holder Jessa Mae Tabuan-43kg sub junior division. 
Former street Children Ivan Ace Flores who also holds a new Philippine Powerlifting record at the 38kg developmental division. 2 time Best Lifter award Jose 111 Dayao-33kg developmental division, multi Gold medallist Cirilo 111 Dayao-53kg sub-junior division & newcomer Alfred Toledo. Also expected to come is reigning open team champion Zest Power Gym led by 2000 Sydney Paralympics Bronze medallist Adeline Dumapong Ancheta-+84kg Open women division.
 
Next to her is World Deadlift Silver medalist Leslie Evangelista-47kg open women’s
division.  Asian Gold medalist Alexis Nicole Go +84kg Junior division, Achelle Guion – 47kg Master 1 division, Philippine record Holder Roland Maye- 59kg open men’s division, 2016 Rio Paralympics Agustin Kitan- 66kg Open division, Mark Abad- 74kg open division, Vlademeer Sorezo- 84kg master 1 division, Spencer Go-93kg open division.
 
Raymond Debuque-  +120kg Open division, the other gym & schools participation are Gayanes Gorillas Gym, Anytime Fitness Gym, Zest Power Gym, Cyber Muscle Gym, Teresa Bodyworx, University of the Philippines, De La Salle University, Ateneo De Manila University, University of Sto Thomas, Petty Go Belmonte School, Carlos Albert Highschool, New Era University & other participation gym & schools
 
 

In the pictures you will see the different respected gym team:

1. CYBER MUSCLE GYM  TEAM – In the picture, you will see at the left side MIA
MASANGKAY, RIZALINA ARTIZUELA, next to her is our World Powerlifting Record Holder JOAN MASANGKAY, at the center Coach CIRILO DAYAO beside in him,His son 2 time Gold medalist CIRILO 111  DAYAO, next to him is Official Photographer RAFAEL “BOY’ GOZUM JR., sitting at the left side Multi-Philippine National Record Holder JESSA MAE TABUAN, next seated beside her 2 Time Best Lifter award JOSE 111 DAYAO, next is Former street children IVAN ACE FLORES now he is also hold’s a New Philippine National Record, & Gold medalist Janna mae Tabuan
 
2. ZEST POWER GYM TEAM
 
3. ZEST POWER GYM TEAM W/ THE PAP (POWERLIFTING ASSOCIATION OF THE PHILIPPINES) PRESIDENT EDDIE TORRES
 
4.. GAYANES GORILLAS GYM TEAM
5. NEW ERA UNIVERSITY & TERESA BODYWORX
6. OFFICIAL’S OF PAP At the center Coach CIRILO DAYAO  of CYBER MUSCLE GYM
TEAM  & PAP Board of Director’s in his left side EVELYN ROMA- Tournament Director of last event 2017 5 IN 1 POWERLIFTING CHAMPIONSHIPS, next to her is Auditor of PAP ASPI CALAGOPI, & in the right side PAP Head official RAMON DEBUQUE
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