Ranges, a rising star in Philippines Athletics, ran an 11.00 100-meter dash (10.82 hand-timed). Week 10 of PATAFA Weekly Relays, October 23; his performance was the highlight of Week 10. VMUF 11th-grader Ranges is the national school champion in the 100-meter dash. Ranges’ time beat his previous best of 11.07 set in Pangasinan. Ranges represented LGU Lingayen.
National Decathlete Janry Ubas (Villanueva), and John Dave Puno (Cebu) bronze medalist in the Men’s 100m at the National Open, both ran 11.06 on October 16. All Categories in 100-meters are complete for qualifying for the final. Ranges had the fastest time not only in Youth Boys but overall in all categories. He’ll compete in the 100m Youth Boys Finals in Pasig on November 19-20. His 200m PB is 22.87, set on September 17 at PinoyAthletics Allcomers #3.
John Dave Tumangan (11.1ht) and Emmanuel Morales (11.2ht) finished behind Ranges. Men’s Youth Division was deep. Finals cutoff is 11.8ht. Five athletes tied at 11.8; only two made the top 16. And Jolo and Aaron Renier also ran 11.8 finishing 16th and 18th overall.
The three Boys with Correa finished second in the 4×100 behind UST in 46.63 and qualified third for finals.
Ranges have been in the PinoyAthletics program with coach Enzo Williams since June 2021, facilitated by Coach Camaso Sports Director of VMUF. After the discontinuation of the SEA Youth and SEA School Games, VMUF sent him to Weekly Relays. Renier goal is to break 11 seconds in the final and to defend his Palaro title in 2023 in the 100 Meter Dash.
Renier Ranges wins the 2002 Boys 100M National High School Title
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