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ABAP Boxers Win Gold in Thailand and Indosesia

The Association of Boxing Alliances in the Philippines (ABAP), the national sports association for boxing, sent two separate teams to two international events in the last couple of weeks and both came home with positive results.

5 bata ni Ramos may silver, bronze

Kumampay ng tig-isang silver at bronze medal ang mga bataan ni Philippine Rowing Association Benjamin Ramos sa pumalaot noong Hunyo 22-30 na 2018 Asian Rowing Cup II sa Taegeum Lake International Rowing Center sa South Korea.

Marella Salamat, absent muna sa Asiad

Malungkot na ibinalita ni 2015 Southeast Asian Games Individual Time Trial (ITT) Champion na si Marella Salamat na hindi na siya makakasama sa kampanya ng bansa para sa 18th Asian Games sa Palembang, Indonesia.

Karatekas nais ang 1st AG gold sa 24 na taon

Nasa balikat ng limang karateka ang pagpuntirya ng unang gold medal ng Karate Pilipinas sa loob ng 24 na taon sa pakikidigmaan sa 18th Asian Games 2018 sa Jakarta-Palembang, Indonesia sa Agosto 18-Setyembre 2.

Golfers tatapusin ang 3 dekadang tuyot sa gold o 17 taon sa medal

Nasa balikat ng pitong bataan ni National Golf Association of the Philippines president Martin Lorenzo na matighaw ang may tatlong dekadang tagtuyot sa gold, o may 17 taong pagkauhaw sa medal ng bansa sa 18th Asian Games 2018 sa parating na Agosto 18-Setyembre 2 sa Jakarta-Palembang, Indonesia.

Leviste, 2 pa nais ang AG equestrian medal

Nakaatang sa balikat nina Marie Antoinette Leviste, Chiara Sophia Amor at Joker Arroyo ang misyong wakasan ang may tatlong edisyong pangingitlog sa medalya ng Pilipinas sa equestrian sa susunod na buwang 18th Asian Games 2018 sa Jakarta-Palembang, Indonesia.

SEA Games 2019

The Southeast Asian Games, is a biennial multi-sport event involving participants from the current 11 countries of Southeast Asia.

November 30, 2019

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olympic solidarity program

The aim of Olympic Solidarity is to organise assistance for all the national olympic committees, particularly those with the greatest needs, through multi-faceted programmes prioritising athlete development, training of coaches and sports administrators, and promoting the olympic ideals.

about the poc.

The POC is a private, non-governmental organization composed of and serve as the mother organization of all National Sports Associations (NSAs) in the Philippines. It is recognized by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) as having the sole authority for representation of the Philippines in the Olympic Games, the Asian Games, the Southeast Asian Games and other multi-event competitions.

“A Message from the President of the Philippine Olympic Committee”

– Victorico “Ricky” P. Vargas

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