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Philippine Sports History Articles Collection

Compiled by Andrew Pirie

ATFS Statistician

Articles by Various Writers

Baguio Teacher's Camp & History of Sports Baguio

BAGUIO TEACHERS CAMP

Camp & History of Sports Baguio BAGUIO TEACHERS CAMP As I intend to head to the

As I intend to head to the teachers camp this weekend I have done some background research into the camp as I was curious as how old it really is and as a fledgling historian I wanted to know a bit about its background. Here is what I found. The link to the full article is below I have just picked out the important parts.

Teachers’ Camp opened its doors for its first season on April 6, and closed on May 30, 1908. A total of 217 adults and 24 children attended the camp. Lecturers were invited from universities and government offices from both the Philippines and the United States. There were regular lectures on General Anthropology and General Ethnology, Genetic Psychology and Present Day Educational Tendencies, Government of the United States and Contemporaneous Problems in Government, Heredity and Spanish.

*From reading this they had a variety of higher level courses offered at the beginning of the 20th Century in a transitional period for the Filipino people.

Teacher's Camp Fortunately, it was not all academic in Teachers’ Camp. Teachers’ Camp was also

Teacher's Camp

Fortunately, it was not all academic in Teachers’ Camp. Teachers’ Camp was also a vacation resort for teachers. The Camp successfully addressed a problem most American educators had while working in the Philippines: American educators did not have an easy time working here in the country. In most cases, these foreigners were assigned to schools where there weren't any other Americans for miles. When the American teacher was bored, lonely, depressed, or in need of any assistance, they had to rely on foreign people to assist them. Of course, there was nothing wrong with this.

However, these Americans would sometimes miss the company of their friends and colleagues. Teachers’ Camp gave those Americans the opportunity to “socialize with people of their own race.”

to “socialize with people of their own race.” There were costume parties and dances at the

There were costume parties and dances at the Pines Hotel. There were various performances and shows to be watched, and the teachers even had the opportunity to perform in some.

Believing that physical activity was important for the well-being of the person, Camp organizers made sure that there were outdoor activities for all visitors in the camp regardless of age, size, or sex. Baseball, basketball, gut of war, ball passing relay, potato relay, three jumps relay, and Indian wrestling are just some of the sports and games played at camp.

Interestingly enough, there were even inter-institution competitions like Teachers’ Camp vs. the Camp John Hay team, Manila vs. the Government Center team. These competitions allowed teachers to meet even more people.

This was the beginning of promotion of sports in the Philippines; I will link an earlier article soon on how the Americans introduced sports to civilize the people of Benguet to prevent them from practicing head-hunting and cannibalism.

Through the years, it became clear that Teachers’ Camp remained a priority of both the Department of Public Instruction and the Philippine Commission. While during the early years participants used to live, eat and work in tents, the evident importance of Teachers’ Camp led the Department of Public Instruction and the Colonial Government to allocate funds for the Camp’s improvement. Dormitories, cottages, a social and mess hall were built.

*In my next article on ghosts this will mention about the tent city of the teachers.

Roads and paths within the camp were improved, and an athletic field was built. When it was completed, it was one of the most modern of its kind in the country. Important Americans like William Howard Taft, Paul Monroe, Cameron Forbes, Bishop Brent, and Dean Worcester, as well as important Filipinos – among them Gregorio Araneta, Camilio Osias, Rafael Palma and Juan Sumulong- recognizing the importance of Teachers’ Camp, walked its grounds.

Due to the limitation of sources, the core of our research ends in 1913.

anything is written about Teachers’ Camp in the Bureau of Public Instruction reports. Teachers’ Assembly Herald also disappears after 1913. What is the exact reason for this?

After 1913, hardly

The

The authors of this paper are still exploring the answer However, in 1913; Harrison replaced Forbes as Governor General of the Philippines. One of the first changes he made was to stop moving the government to Baguio for the summer.

As a result, Baguio for a while faded into the background as a priority. Other government offices probably followed Harrison’s example, preferring to focus on other matters. Of course, without the source, one can only speculate what happened to Teachers’ Camp thru the years. Was it because the number of American teachers was declining? Was the role of the Camp as a vacation destination changing as well? Perhaps.

What is certain are the following facts: from 1936-1941, Teachers’ Camp became the PMA Campus; during the war it was the hospital for injured Japanese soldiers.

Today, Teachers’ Camp continues to become an important vacation destination for Filipino educators. The camp bonfires and dances may be gone, but its role as host for various conferences and seminars continues.

How big a role does Teachers’ Camp play in the history of the Filipino people and this nation? There are perhaps two important points to be addressed. First, Teachers’ Camp nurtured the intellectual, physical and social well-being of American educators.

Americans really laid the foundations for our modern education system. Without American teachers, where would we be today? Certainly education in the Philippines would have taken a very different route. Second, it was in Teachers’ Camp that some of the policies and regulations that were to affect all the students in the entire country were introduced and discussed.

Everything the teacher learned from Baguio would be applied to his/her students. You may be a student in the remotest part of the country, but you would still benefit from what was done in the Camp.

Because of Teachers’ Camp, an entire nation was educated and shaped. It is the greatest role an institution could hope for, and this little corner of Baguio has that honor. (Karina Garilao, Jeric Albela, Jonathan Balsamo and Rior Santos)

Article from

http://www.heritage.org.ph/article.php?id=51

BAGUIO History of Sports

A keen running tradition started in the mountains of Benguet with American colonialists introducing sports such as Baseball and cross country races to help civilize the people discouraging head hunting and cannibalism. The strong tradition of long distance running in the province continues to this day.

Headhunting was the way in which the various wild tribes manifested their own mutual hostility. Inhabitants of rival villages took each other's heads as often as opportunity afforded, and by an elaborate savage code a man's social position was largely determined by the number of heads he was able to hang over his door. The Americans soon found that the feuds of the headhunting villages knew nothing of their neighbors. Indeed, headhunting was little more than a savage sport.

"America and the Philippines" 1914 To bring the members of the different tribes and the

"America and the Philippines"

1914

To bring the members of the different tribes and the inhabitants of different villages together was the task of the American authorities. To do this, trails were built, making the different communities easily accessible to each other. To replace the sport of headhunting, army officers introduced less bloody contest. Under the auspices of the army, and, later, of the constabulary; field meets were held in which headhunters from different villages were induced to compete in foot races, wrestling matches, tugs of war, etc. These contests at once became popular and are now most important events among the wild tribes. Cups are now competed for, and the contests have aroused so much interest that headhunting has been abandoned as a tame and uninteresting sport. Among some of the wild tribes, baseball has been introduced with a great deal of success, though often the catcher's mask and chest protector are the only garments worn by the players.

Bontoc Igorot men at the finish line of a running race. 1910s Luzon Island, Philippines.

Bontoc Igorot men at the finish line of a running race. 1910s Luzon Island, Philippines. Dean C. Worcester Nat’l Geographic Collections

Dean C. Worcester Nat’l Geographic Collections Colonial officials went to great lengths to teach Filipinos

Colonial officials went to great lengths to teach Filipinos Western athletic games, such as this foot race with an American flag (on left) at the finish line. At the same time, they suppressed Philippine popular sports.

Worcester’s caption: “Finish of the long distance run,” 1908. Location: Quiangan, Nueva Vizcaya Dean C.

Worcester’s caption: “Finish of the long distance run,” 1908. Location: Quiangan, Nueva Vizcaya Dean C. Worcester Ethnographic Filipino Images shared by: JBracken

Plaque honoring Athletes who died in service in World War II to be restored

By Andrew Pirie

Jun 9, 2014

I want to note that Miss Nancy (curator of the PSC Museum), myself and PSC Engineer and PSL Technical Committee head Alfredo Mascardo Jr.

We were able to solve the mystery of the three faded/missing names on the war Plaque outside the Basketball stadium in the Rizal Memorial Sports Complex. The Plaque carries the name of thirty athletes who died in service during World War II. Due to age the Plaque only had a few letters left on which we needed to solve the names.

However thanks to the article (below) by Eddie Alinea of Manila Standard we were able to identify the three faded names which will allow for the restoration of the War plaque in time for the centenary of Filipino sports being celebrated later this week.

The three names were

Aleyo Alvarez (Athletics)

Carlos Canilas (Basketball)

Jose Miranda (Football)

Sports Heroes who displayed true heroism during the war

By Eddie Alinea

Manila Standard, June 8 2014

Filipinos who know their sports history recognize that it was swimmer Teofilo Yldefonso who gave the Philippines its first Olympic medal—a bronze in the 200-meter breaststroke in the 1928 Games in London.

That was four years after an obscure sprinter by the name of David Nepomuceno opened the door for the Filipino athletes’ participation in the every-four-year event among the universe’s finest athletes in 1924 in Paris.

among the universe’s finest athletes in 1924 in Paris. The 1936 Philippine basketball team pose with

The 1936 Philippine basketball team pose with several tall and hefty members of champion squad the United States. Fifth from left back row is Jacinto “Jumping Jack” Ciria Cruz (with the ball). Other Filipino players (in black sweatshirts) are )standing from left) Primitivo Martinez, Franco Marquicias and at far right coach Dioniso “Chito” Calvo. Not in picture are team captain Ambrosio Padilla, Chasrles Borck, Fortunato Yambao[/caption]The pride of Piddig town in Ilocos Norte repeated the feat four years later in 1932 in Los Angeles where he spearheaded the country’s richest haul of three bronze medals in the “Greatest Sports show On Earth,” finishing third, too, in his favorite event.

High jumper Simeon Toribio and featherweight fighter Jose “Cely” Villanueva duplicated the Ilocano tanker’s feat by romping off a bronze each in the same year.

But perhaps only few know that Yldefonso was the only Filipino athlete to be elevated to swimming’s Hall of Fame, an honor which was bestowed on him by the International Swimming Federation (FINA) five years ago in 2009.

In handing the honor to Yldefonso, FINA also took notice of the Filipino’s unfamiliar style, now known as “Yldefonso Stroke” that has been adapted by pint-sized swimmers, especially Asians, particularly the Japanese.

Not many know too that Yldefonso, as a member of the famous Philippine Scouts even when he was still active as an athlete, put his life on the line in the field of combat in defense of the country’s Independence during the Filipino-Japanese War.

Yldefonso, in fact, died in the infamous Capas Concentration Camp in Tarlac along with his comrades during the long, murderous Tarlac-Bataan Death March perpetrated by the Japanese Imperial Army.

Eight other Filipino Olympians, who represented the country in several Summer Games, died serving the country during the war. They were track stars Miguel White and Lt. Nemesio de Guzman, , basketball players Jacinto “Jumping Jack” Ciria Cruz and Amador Obordo, another swimmer Abduramam Ali, Lt. Otoniel Gonzaga in shooting, Lt. Simplicio de Castro in boxing and Lt. Enrique Jurado in wrestling.

White, a native of Legaspi City, Albay, won the country’s lone medal in the 1936 Berlin Games, winning the bronze in the 400-m low hurdles, while owning the distinction of sharing the Olympic stage with legendary track star Jesse Owens of the United States.

White, who had joined the guerilla movement during the war, was killed by the Japanese forces d somewhere in the Southern Luzon-Bicol area.

Double bronze medalist Teofilo Yldefonso Up close Ciria Cruz and Obordo, meanwhile, were members of

Double bronze medalist Teofilo Yldefonso Up close Ciria Cruz and Obordo, meanwhile, were members of the Philippine basketball team that ended up third the first time the basketball was held in Berlin in what could have been a silver medal had it not for the quirk in the format.

The national quintet, nicknamed as “The Islanders” by appreciative German fans because of their in and off-court demeanor, won all, except one of their assignments, losing only to eventual champion, the United States.

Skippered by then senator-to-be Ambrosio “Paddy” Padiila, other members of the squad, coached by FIBA (International Basketball Federation) Hall of Famer Dionisio “Chito” Calvo, were Primitivo Martinez, Charlie Borck, Jesus Marzan, Franco Marquicias, Fortunato Yambao, Bibiano Ouano and Johnny Worrel.

Cruz, who incidentally, was named co-Outstanding Athletes of Half-A-Century by the PAAF along with Yldefonso and football ace Virgilio Lobregat, was executed by Japanese soldiers in Bayombong, Nueva Ecija in 1944.

Of the 52 in the list, 19 were international campaigners in athletics, 10 in swimming, nine in baseball, five in basketball, three in boxing, two in football, two in tennis and one each in wrestling.

Lt. De Guzman of the Philippine Army was White’s teammate in the national athletics contingent in the 1936 Games of the Olympics where Lt. Gonzaga and De Castro both saw action. Ali was Yldefonso’s swimming teammate in the IXth Olympiad in 1932 in L.A.

De Guzman finished third in the trials of the 100-meter and failed to make it to the semifinal round as only the top two finishers qualified. He was fourth in his heat in the 200 meters and was again left out of the next round.

Gonzaga wound up 31st in the target pistol (ring) event, the same finish in a tie for the 31ST and 32nd in the miniature rifle event. Ali matched De Guzman’s third place finish in trials of the 100-meter freestyle event and, likewise, failed to make it to the semis.

Jurado, who wrestled as a bantamweight, lost his first two assignments. Boxer De Castro, on the other hand, defeated Saucassiabi of Luxemburg in the opening round but bowed to Frenchman Tritz in his next bout.

Besides White and De Guzman, track and field athletes, who died in defense of the country’s freedom were Miguel Sugeco, Sgt. Domingo Espanol, Lt. Jose Antonio, Mayor Emilio Bucoy, Wenceslao Bansale, Eliseo Razo, Civico Granado, Maximino Pasaporte, Albino Bangayan, Delfin Danguilan, Lt. Constantino Alambra, Moises Lucas, Felizardo Casia, Francisco Danao, Bartolome Barabad, Alejo Alvarez and Simon Santos.

Joining Yldefonso and Ali in the roster of swimmers who emerged as heroes both in the international field and in the battlefield were non-Olympians Rosendo Aguinaldo, Policarpio Tolentino, Donato Cabading, Miguel Bartolaso, Ulka Mangona, Jakaria Angkang, Bernardino Tugbo and Mauricio Guidote.

Outstanding baseball players who led the Philippine IX to six Far Eastern Games championships were Sgt. Aquilino Jacob, Cpl. Pablo Chu, Sgt. Gervacio Estorba, Atilano “Django” Rivera, Cacimiro Francisco, Ramon Oncinian, Toribio Oncinian, Regino Bertulfo and Cipriano Platon.

Rivera was the first Filipino ball player to see action in the rich and prestigious Japanese League but, ironically, was killed by Japanese soldiers when he returned home during the war.

Ramon and Toribio Oncinian were siblings of the more illustrious Armando, the pitcher who became famous when he struck out American baseball legend Babe Ruth during the U.S. Major League champion New York Yankees’ exhibition series against local teams in the 1930s.

Like Ciria Cruz and Obordo, Carlos Canillas, Albert Murrow and Robert Keesy also made their mark in many international basketball competitions.

Francisco Zarcal, a USAFFE member, and police officer Martin Roxas were the only other boxers besides De Castro whose names were etched on the bronze marker with Jose Miranda joining Lobregat as sports heroes in football.

The Lobregat football field in Makati where the statue of the late former Sen. Benigno Aquino, father of President P-Noy, is located, was named after soccer great Virgilio Lobregat.

Concepcion Santos-Cepeda, a nurse, is the 1921 national singles and doubles titleholder in tennis, was the only female athlete in the list. She was the sister of track and field honoree Simon Santos. Joining her in the list was another tennis player in Juan Ladaw.

In their honor, along with 42 other athlete-soldiers/scouts, the Philippine Amateur Athletic Federation (the ruling sports body at that time) installed a 33 x 24 inches bronze marker on July 17, 1951, containing their names on the left wall of the Rizal Memorial Coliseum façade in a ceremony presided over by PAAF president Jorge Vargas.

More than 50 sports association officials, along with their relatives, attended the unveiling of the marker. Letran College athletic moderator, Fr. Martin Diez, 0.P. assisted Vargas in the formal dedication.

Since then, however, the plaque had been ill-maintained and the names of the honorees barely readable.

When informed of the historical value of the marker, Philippine Sports Commission Chairman Ritchie Garcia, ordered the restoration of the signage in time for the commemoration of the 116th Anniversary of Philippine Independence Day on June 12.

Legends on the Board

Sept 25, 2013

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Wall of Legends at the Sports Medicine Clinic in Rizal Coliseum

At the Philippines sports medicine facility gym in Malate near Rizal Coliseum. A white board is forever decorated with the names and signatures of some of the country’s greatest sports people. Among them are some of the legends of Track and Field. You can read about these great men and women who brought pride and honor to our country here and abroad. Their legacies forever etched on this special wall which serves as motivation to our future stars during their work outs.

Rizal Memorial declared a historical landmark

July 19, 2013

Rizal Memorial declared a historical landmark July 19, 2013 From the Manila Bulletin By Ben Simpao

From the Manila Bulletin By Ben Simpao

Published: July 19, 2013

The plan to sell the Rizal Memorial Sports Complex to a land developer may have hit a snag after the National Historical Commission of the Philippines declared the property a historical landmark the commission will later place a plaque or marker at the complex to indicate its cultural value.

The designation, however, does not preclude the possibility that the property, which is in a prime location in the Tourist Belt of Ermita and Malate, can still be sold.

The commission met last Monday and the eight members of the NHCP board unanimously voted to install a historical marker at the sports complex.

The plaque will carry the inscription of the existence of the Rizal Memorial playing fields and stadiums and its place in sports history, said commission deputy director Carminda Arevalo.

But for the complex to be declared untouchable, it must first pass the criteria of the National Museum which is the only entity that can designate a place or a thing as having a historical value and therefore must be preserved for posterity.

 

Philippine Olympians 1924-2004

 

Prepared by Frank Santos-Viola

Sport

Surname

First Name

Event

Best Finish

Result

8th Summer Olympiad: Paris 1924

 

Athletics

NEPOMUCENO

David

100m Dash

4th

 

200m Dash

Last

 

9th Summer Olympiad: Amsterdam 1928

 

Athletics

GONZAGA

Anselmo

100/200m Dash

Eliminated

TORIBIO

Simeon G.

High Jump

1.91 m

4th

Swimming

TAMSE

Taburan

YLDEFONSO

Teofilo

200m Breaststroke

2:53.2

Bronze Medal

 

10th Summer Olympiad: Los Angeles 1932

 

Athletics

TORIBIO

Simeon G.

High Jump

1.97 m

Bronze Medal

Boxing

GRAY

John

Flyweight

Lost 1st Round Lost 1st Round Lost 1st Round Lost Semi-Finals

Eliminated

PADILLA

Carlos

Welterweight

Eliminated

PADILLA

Jose Jr.

Lightweight

Eliminated

VILLANUEVA

Jose

Bantamweight

Bronze Medal

Swimming

ADJALUDDIN

Jikirum

200m Breaststroke

2:49.2

5th

ALI

Abdurahman

100m Freestyle

1:02.2

5th

YLDEFONSO

Teofilo

200m Breaststroke

2:47.1

Bronze Medal

 

11th Summer Olympiad: Berlin 1936

 

Athletics

GUZMAN

Nemesio de

100m Dash 200m Dash 400m Low Hurdles Running Broad Jump 100m Dash 200m Dash Running High Jump 400m Low Hurdles

11.1 sec no time no time Failed to Qualify no time no time 1.85 m, Failed Final 52.8 sec

3rd in Heat 7 4th in Heat 3 4th in Heat 4 Eliminated 4th in Heat 3 5th in Heat 1 Eliminated Bronze Medal

MALASIG

Teodoro

RAMIREZ

Nino T.

SALCEDO

Antonio M.

TORIBIO

Simeon G.

WHITE

Miguel S.

Basketball

BORCK

Charles

5th / 23

CRUZ

Jacinto Ciria

MARQUICIAS

Franco

MARTINEZ

Primitivo

MARZAN

Jesus

OBORDO

Amador O.

OUANO

Bibiano

PADILLA

Ambrosio

WORRELL

John

YAMBAO

Fortunato

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Boxing

CASTRO

Simplicio de

Welterweight

Lost 2nd Bout Lost 1st Bout Lost Quarter-Finals Lost 1st Bout Lost Quarter-Finals

Eliminated

GABUCO

Felipe

Featherweight

Eliminated

LARRAZABAL

Oscar de

Bantamweight

Eliminated

NUNAG

Felipe K.

Flyweight

Eliminated

PADILLA

Jose Jr.

Lightweight

Eliminated

Shooting

GISON

Martin

Mini Rifle 50m Ring Target Pistol 50m Ring Pistol/Revolver 6 Sil. Mini Rifle 50m Ring Target Pistol 50m Ring

296 pts

4th

 

511 pts

30th

Eliminated

 

GONZAGA

Otoniel

291 pts

Tied 30th

 

501 Pts

31st

Swimming

ADJALUDDIN

Jikirum

100m Freestyle

1:01.0

4th in Semi-Final 5th in Heat 1 Semi 6th in Heat 1 Semi 5th in Heat 1 Semi 3rd in Heat 6 Trials 3rd in Heat 6 Trials 7th in Final

 

200m Breaststroke

2:50.2 (trials)

 

ALPAD

Arsad

200m Breaststroke

2:52.6

CHRISTIANSEN

Nils A.

100m Backstroke

1:11.1

JURADO

Enrique L.

100m Freestyle

1:01.7

OBIAL

Jose R.

100m Freestyle

1:01.7

YLDEFONSO

Teofilo

200m Breaststroke

2:46.6

 

14th Summer Olympiad: London 1948

 

Athletics

LOVINA

Bernabe

100m Dash

no time

5th in Heat 6 Trials

Basketball

ARANETA

Manuel Jr.

12th / 23

CAMPOS

Ramon Jr.

DECENA

Eduardo

DELA CRUZ

Andres

FAJARDO

Felicismo

FAJARDO

Gabriel

FULGENCIO

Edgardo

MARTINEZ

Antonio M.

MUMAR

Lauro

VESTIL

Francisco

Boxing

ADOLFO

Ricardo

Flyweight

Lost 1st Bout Lost 1st Bout Lost 1st Bout Lost 1st Bout Lost 1st Bout

Eliminated

PORTO

Ernesto

Lightweight

Eliminated

TRANI

Leon

Featherweight

Eliminated

VELEZ

Mariano Jr.

Welterweight

Eliminated

ZARCAL

Bonifacio L.

Bantamweight

Eliminated

Shooting

EINSIEDEL

Albert von

50m Pistol 50m Small Bore Rifle 50m Pistol 50m Small Bore Rifle 25m Rapid Fire Pistol 50m Small Bore Rifle

512 pts.

26th / 50 43rd / 71 25th / 50 22nd / 71 40th / 59 17th / 71

 

585 pts.

 

GISON

Martin

514 pts.

 

591 pts.

530 pts.

 

JAYME

Cesar

593 pts.

Swimming AMABUYOK

Rene

200m Breaststroke

2:51.8

6th in Heat 1 Semi Last in Heat 5 Trials

 

BASANUNG

Sambiano

400m Freestyle

5:21.5

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1500m Freestyle

21:05.9

3rd in Heat 3 Trials 6th in Heat 5 Trials

 

CAYCO

Jacinto

200m Breaststroke

2:54.0

Weightlifting DEL ROSARIO

Rodrigo

Featherweight

307.5 kgs

5th / 23

Wrestling

VICERA

Francisco

Bantamweight

Lost both matches

Eliminated

 

15th Summer Olympiad: Helsinki 1952

 

Athletics

FRANCO

Andres

High Jump

Failed to Qualify

Eliminated

Basketball

BAUTISTA

Florentino Jr.

N/A

CAMPOS

Ramon Jr.

GENATO

Antonio

GOCHANGCO

Jose

HECHANOVA

Rafael

LIM

Eduardo

LOYZAGA

Carlos

MARTINEZ

Antonio

SALDANA

Ponciano

SANTOS

Meliton

TANTAY

Antonio

TOLENTINO

Mariano

Boxing

ASUNCION

Alfredo

Flyweight

Lost 2nd Bout Lost 1st Bout Lost 1st Bout Lost 1st Bout Lost 1st Bout

Eliminated

ENRIQUEZ

Benjamin

Lightweight

Eliminated

ORTUOSTE

Alejandro

Bantamweight

Eliminated

PORTO

Ernesto

Welterweight

Eliminated

TUNACAO

Vicente

Welterweight

Eliminated

Shooting

CORTES

Felix

50m Free Pistol 25m Rapid Pistol Sil. 50m Free Pistol 25m Rapid Pistol Sil. 50m Small B Rifle PP 50m Small B Rifle PP

521 pts.

22nd / 48 45th / 53 32nd / 48 36th / 53 13th / 58 15th / 58

 

58/537 pts.

 

GISON

Martin

515 pts.

 

59/550 pts.

397 pts.

 

JAYME

Cesar

397 pts.

Swimming BASANUNG

Sambiano

1500m Freestyle

20:58.6

Last in Heat 1

Weightlifting DEL ROSARIO

Rodrigo

Featherweight

317.5 kgs.

4th / 22 6th / 19

 

LANDERO

Pedro

Bantamweight

292.5 kgs.

Wrestling

MONTE-MANIBOG

Gonzalo Jr.

Featherweight Free

Lost both matches

Eliminated

REAL

Florentino

 

16th Summer Olympiad: Melbourne 1956

 

Athletics

BARONDA

Ciriaco

High Jump 80m Women's Hurdles 80m Women's Hurdles 400m Dash 400m Hurdles

1.92 m

17th / 28 Last in Heat 3 5th in Heat 4 6th in Heat 2 Trials 5th in Heat 1 Trials

CINCO

Manolita

12.1 sec

SANOPAL

Francisca

11.8 sec

SOMBLINGO

Pablo

49.4 sec

 

54.5

Basketball

BADION

Carlos

7th / 15

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BARRETTO

Rafael

CAMPOS

Ramon Jr.

CARBONELL

Loreto

GENATO

Antonio

LIM

Eduardo

LOYZAGA

Carlos

MANULAT

Ramon

MARQUICIAS

Leonardo

TOLENTINO

Mariano

URRA

Martin

VILLAMOR

Antonio

Boxing

ADEM BONUS DE LOS SANTOS ESPINOSA MELENDRES

Alberto

Bantamweight

Lost 1st Bout Lost 1st Bout DQ 1st Bout Lost 1st Bout Lost 1st Bout

Eliminated

Federico

Flyweight

Eliminated

Manuel

Light Welterweight

Eliminated

Celedonio

Lightweight

Eliminated

Paulino

Featherweight

Eliminated

Swimming

ARABANI

Dakula

100m Freestyle

60.2 sec

6th in Heat 5 Trials 6th in Heat 1 Trials 6/Last in Heat 2 T

BABOL

Ulfiano

400m Freestyle

4:53.4

 

4x200m Freestyle

9:05.7

(Ayesa, Babol, A. Lozada, Sailani)

 
 

CAYCO

Pedro

100m Backstroke

1:11.6

6/Last in Heat 2 T 4th in Heat 3 Trials 7/Last in Heat 3 T 6/Last in Heat 2 T Disqualified Heat 1 5th in Heat 2 Trials 7/Last in Heat 4 T 7/Last in Heat 2 T

LOZADA

Agapito

200m Butterfly

2:43.5

LOZADA

Gertrudes

100m Freestyle

1:13.7

 

400m Freestyle

5:34.2

 

NABIULA

Palsons

200m Breaststroke

DQ

 

200m Butterfly

3:03.2

 

SAILANI

Bana

400m Freestyle

4:49.0

VON GIESE

Jocelyn

100m Backstroke

1:20.0

Shooting

BEECH

Enrique

Clay Pigeon 50m Small B Rifle PP 25m Silhouette 300m Free Rifle 50m Free Pistol 50m Small B Rifle PP

152 pts.

24th / 32 34th / 44 22nd / 35 13rd / 20 32nd / 33 23rd / 44

CASTELO

Hernando

592 pts.

GISON

Martin

551/60 pts.

 

1043 pts.

 

HIZON

Ricardo

456 pts.

JAYME

Cesar

594 pts.

Weightlifting DEL ROSARIO

Rodrigo

Featherweight

Failed Clean & Jerk Failed in Press

20th / 21 16th/Last / 16

 

LANDERO

Pedro

Bantamweight

Wrestling

ARCALES

Nicolas

Middleweight Free Bantamweight Free Lightweight Free

Lost both matches Lost both matches Lost both matches

Eliminated

RAMEL

Ernesto

Eliminated

TANAQUIN

Mateo

Eliminated

 

17th Summer Olympiad: Rome 1960

 

Athletics

BAUTISTA

Enrique

200m Dash

23.0 sec.

5th in Heat 8 5th in Heat 2

GOMEZ

Isaac

100m Dash

11.0 sec.

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ONOFRE

Rogelio

Men's 4x100m

41.4 sec.

4th in Heat 2

VISTA

Remigio

(Bautista, Gomez, Onofre, Vista)

PELLOSIS

Claro

400m Dash

51.4 sec.

6/Last in Heat 4 T

RIBAGORDA

Visitation B.

Long Jump

5.59 m.

SULAIMAN

Mona

100m Dash

12.1 sec.

6th in Heat 1 (1/4F)

Basketball

ACHACOSO

Emilio

11th / 16

BACHMANN

Kurt

BADION

Carlos

BERNARDO

Narciso

CRUZ

Geronimo

MARQUEZ

Alfonso

OCAMPO

Edgardo

ORTIZ

Constancio

PACHECO

Edgardo

RAMAS

Cristobal

ROQUE

Edgardo

YBURAN

Roberto

Boxing

MACALALAD

Segundo

Flyweight

Lost 1st Bout

Eliminated

Shooting

AGDAMAG

Jose Jr.

Free Pistol Clay Pigeon Small Bore Rifle, PP Small Bore Rifle, 3 Pos. Small Bore Rifle, PP Pistol Rapid Fire Sil.

490 pts. Failed to Qualify 566 pts. 1083 pts. 571 pts. 531 pts.

53rd / 54 Final Eliminated 53rd / 54 Final 51st / 54 Final 44th / 54 Final 53rd / 57

BEECH

Enrique

CASTELO

Hernando

FELICIANO

Adolfo

JAYME

Cesar

MIRANDA

Horacio

Swimming

COLOSO-ESPINO

Haydee

100m Women's Free 100m Backstroke 100m Freestyle 200m Butterfly 200m Butterfly 400m Freestyle 200m Breaststroke 100m Women's B-fly Philippine Team Cortez, Saloso, Elizalde, Sailani

1:07.8

6th in Heat 4 Trials 6th in Heat 4 Trials 7th in Heat 5 Trials 4th in Heat 3 Trials 6th in Heat 4 Trials 4th in Heat 6 Trials 5th in Heat 1 Trials 5th in Heat 4 Trials Non-Starter 5th in Heat 2 Trials

CORTEZ

Lorenzo

1:08.7

ELIZALDE

Freddie

1:03.0

HAMSAIN

Amirhussin

2:27.9

RADJAE

Ahiron

2:39.8

SAILANI

Bana

4:40.2

SALOSO

Antonio

2:53.3

VON GIESE

Sandra

1:16.3

4x200 Men's Freestyle Relay

4x100 Men's Medley Relay

4:28.0

Weightlifting CANLAS

Alberto

Bantamweight

Failed in Jerk 325 kgs.

22nd / 22 8th / 28

 

NOGAR

Alberto

Featherweight

Yachting

GONZALES

Francisco

Dragon Class

1215 pts.

24th / 27

PREYSLER

Fausto

(Gonzales, Preysler, Prieto, Villareal)

PRIETO

Jaime

VILLAREAL

Jesus

 

18th Summer Olympiad: Tokyo 1964

 

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Athletics

CANETE DE LA VINA EBREO PELLOSIS JAZMIN LAGROSAS

Mildred K.

Josephine

Discus Throw

42.27 m.

Failed to Qualify 7/Last in Heat B R1

Miguel I.

Men's 4x100m

41.7 sec.

Claro A.

(Ebreo, Pellosis, Onofre, Valles)

 

Arsenio

400m Dash Women's High Jump Women's Long Jump 4x100 Relay (Molinos,

49.9 sec.

5th in Heat B Failed to Qualify Failed to Qualify 7th in Heat B Round 1

Lolita R.

1.55 m.

 

5.52 m.

 

MOLINOS

Aida

48.8 sec

BARCENAS

Loretta

Barcenas, Restar, Sulaiman)

RESTAR

Nelly R.

SULAIMAN

Mona

Women's 100m Dash Women's 200m Dash

12.0 sec.

7/Last in Heat A 4th in Heat E

 

25.4 sec.

Basketball

ARAZAS

Engracio

Failed to Qualify

BERNARDO

Narciso C.

FLORES

Felix L.

JOCSON

Manuel R.

MARQUEZ

Alfonso R.

OCAMPO

Edgardo L.

PACHECO

Eduardo A.

REYES

Renato B.

REYNOSO

Alberto C.

ROQUE

Edgardo F.

TOLENTINO

Elias B.

VALENZONA

Arturo F.

Boxing

ALIPALA

Manfredo P.

Welterweight

Lost 1st Bout Lost Quarter-Final Lost 2nd Bout Lost 1st Bout Lost 2nd Bout Lost Final

Eliminated

ARPON

Rodolfo

Lightweight

Eliminated

CALUMARDE

Dominador S.

Flyweight

Eliminated

OCAMPO

Felix O.

Light Middleweight

Eliminated

TORREVILLAS

Arnulfo

Bantamweight

Eliminated

VILLANUEVA

Anthony N.

Featherweight

Silver Medal

Cycling

ARCEO OLIVARES PADILLA

Norberto J.

Individual Road Race approx. 195 km.

 

DNF DNF 77th / 139 DNF 29th / 33

Daniel A.

Cornelio A.

ROMEO Road Team Time Trial approx. 110 km.

Arturo M.

(Arceo, Olivares, Padilla, Romeo)

Gymnastics

PASTRANA

Demetrio T.

Floor Exercise Long Horse Vault Floor Exercise Long Horse Vault

6.50 points

11.50 points 130th / 130 19.00 points 129th / 130

 

5.00 points

 

PAYAO

Fortunato O.

11.50 points

 

7.50 points

Judo

GARCIA

Narzal

Middleweight

Lost 1-2

Eliminated

ONG

Thomas

All Weights

Lost 0-4

Eliminated

REPUYAN

Bernardo

Middleweight

Lost 0-2

Eliminated

UEMATSU

Vicente H.

Lightweight

Lost 1-2

Eliminated

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Shooting

ANG

Leopoldo B.

300m Free Rifle 3 Pos. 50m Free Pistol Small Bore Rifle 3 Pos. Small Bore Rifle Prone Small Bore Rifle 3 Pos. 25m Rapid Fire Pistol 25m Rapid Fire Pistol 50m Free Pistol Small Bore Rifle Prone 300m Free Rifle 3 Pos.

1062 pts.

25th / 30 34th / 52 42nd / 53 34th / 73 48th / 53 48th / 53 50th / 53 48th / 52 52nd / 73 26th / 30

BOND

Edgar Jr.

526 pts.

FELICIANO

Adolfo

1094 pts.

 

588 pts.

 

GISON

Martin M.

1073 pts.

MIRANDA

Horacio R.

548 pts.

MIRANDA

Paterno Jr.

535 pts.

NINONUEVO

Mariano S.

501 pts.

SALANDANAN

Pacifico Y.

583 pts.

SAN JUAN

Bernardo F.

1060 pts.

Swimming

JALMAANI

Amman E.

200m Breaststroke

2:44.7

6th in Heat 2 Trials 3rd in Heat 3 Trials

LANDRITO

Rolando M.

200m Breaststroke

2:41.9

Weightlifting ROCAMORA

Artermio E.

Light Heavyweight

390.0 kgs.

19th / 24

Wrestling

GARCIA

Fernando H.

Middleweight Free Middleweight Greco-R Welterweight Free Welterweight Greco-R Featherweight Free Featherweight Greco-R Bantamweight Free Bantamweight Greco-R

Lost both matches Lost both matches Lost both matches Lost both matches Lost both matches Lost both matches Lost both matches Lost both matches

Eliminated

 

Eliminated

 

MAYO

Job Jr.

Eliminated

 

Eliminated

 

SENOSA

Antonio

Eliminated

 

Eliminated

 

TUMASIS

Tortillano

Eliminated

 

Eliminated

 

19th Summer Olympiad: Mexico 1968

 

Athletics

DE LA VINA LAGROSAS

Josephine

Discus Throw

46.93 m.

Eliminated 25th / 33

Lolita

Pentathlon

4131 pts.

 

80m Hurdles

11.8 sec.

918 pts.

Shot Put

9.93 m.

708 pts.

High Jump

1.53 m.

869 pts.

Long Jump

5.50 m.

873 pts.

200m Dash

27.0 sec.

763 pts.

 

ONOFRE

Rogelio

100m Dash

10.5 sec.

6th in Heat 6 Trials 6th in Heat 4 Trials 31st / 31 13th in Group 2 49th / 57

 

110m Hurdles

15.0 sec.

 

SILVA-NETTO

Benjamin

10000m Run

32:35.2

 

5000m Run

17:10.2

Marathon

2:56:19.4*

Basketball

BAUZON

Orlando Danilo Z. Robert S. Jaime L. Alfonso R. Rogelio C. Edgardo L. Adriano R. Jr.

 

13th / 16

FLORENCIO

 

JAWORSKI

MARIANO

MARQUEZ

MELENCIO

OCAMPO

PAPA

Page 7 of 16

 

REYES

Renato B. Alberto C. Joaquin G. Elias V. Jr.

 

REYNOSO

ROJAS

TOLENTINO

Boxing

ARPON

Rodolfo U.

Lightweight

Lost 1st Bout Lost 1st Bout Lost 1st Bout Lost 2nd Bout Lost 1st Bout

Eliminated

CALUMARDE

Dominador

Bantamweight

Eliminated

DIAZ

Rodolfo

Flyweight

Eliminated

PELEGRINO

Teogenes

Featherweight

Eliminated

VICERA

Manolo S.

Light Flyweight

Eliminated

Cycling

EVANGELISTA

Benjamin D.

4000m Individual Pursuit 1000m Individual TT Scratch Sprint Scratch Sprint

5:22.2

20th / 28 28th / 32 Eliminated Eliminated

GUAVES

Rolando

1:10.02

ROXAS

Roberto M.

Gymnastics

BEREN

Ernesto G.

Floor Exercise

6.10 points

19.00 points 117th / 117

 

Parallel Bars

4.95 points

Rings

6.25 points

 

HENSON

Norman V.

Floor Exercise

7.70 points

27.65 points 116th / 117

 

Horse Vaulting

8.40 points

Parallel Bars

4.95 points

Rings

6.60 points

Shooting

ADGAMAG

Jose Jr.

Free Pistol Small Bore Rifle 3 Pos. Small Bore Rifle 3 Pos. Free Rifle Small Bore Rifle 3 Pos. Small Bore Rifle PP Free Pistol Rapid Fire Pistol Rapid Fire Pistol Free Rifle Small Bore Rifle PP

514 pts.

60th / 70 50th / 62

ANG

Leopoldo B.

1098 pts.

CASTILLO

Roberto M.

(alternate)

FELICIANO

Adolfo S.

1108 pts.

22nd / 30 34th / 62 67th / 90 61st / 70 54th / 56 32nd / 56 28th / 30 48th / 90

 

1133 pts.

583 pts.

 

MENDOZA

Antonio B.

514 pts.

MIRANDA

Horacio R.

541 pts.

MIRANDA

Paterno R.

578 pts.

SAN JUAN

Bernardo

1060 pts.

VILLAFUERTE

Jaime F.

587 pts.

Swimming

ABDULGAFUR

Roosevelt M.

100m Freestyle 200m Freestyle 200m Freestyle 400m Freestyle 200m Backstroke 200m Ind. Medley 100m Freestyle 200m Freestyle 100m Freestyle 200m Freestyle 400m Freestyle 800m Freestyle 100m Freestyle

55.8 sec.

8th in Heat 2 Semi 5th in Heat 5 Trials 3rd in Heat 8 Trials 6th in Heat 5 Trials 7th in Heat 1 Trials 4th in Heat 7 Trials 4th in Heat 7 Trials 4th in Heat 9 Trials 5th in Heat 1 Trials 4th in Heat 2 Trials 4th in Heat 1 Trials 5th in Heat 1 Trials 7th in Heat 4 Trials

 

2:42.6

 

ASAMLI

Tony J.

2:06.2

 

4:47.6

2:30.0

2:24,6

 

AYESA

Luis Jr.

56.2 sec.

 

2:12.2

 

ELLIOTT

Helene

1:05.1

 

2:25.4

4:59.9

10:32.9

 

GARCIA

Hedy

1:06.1

 

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200m Breaststroke 200m Ind. Medley 400m Ind. Medley 100m Butterfly 200m Butterfly 100m Breaststroke 100m Breaststroke 200m Breaststroke

3:08.1

4th in Heat 1 Trials 3rd in Heat 3 Trials 7/Last in Heat 4 T 6th in Heat 3 Trials 7th in Heat 5 Trials 6th in Heat 4 Trials 6th in Heat 1 Semi 5th in Heat 5 Trials

2:42.3

6:07.3

 

GOFF

Leroy L.

1:02.0

 

2:25.3

1:13.7

 

JALMAANI

Amman E.

1:10.6

 

2:42.6

Weightlifting DANDAN

Arturo V.

Bantamweight

Disqualified Disqualified 15th / 28

 

DEL ROSARIO

Salvador

Bantamweight

RINONOS

Noe P.

Featherweight

342.5 kgs.

Wrestling

FAMATID

Rogelio

Bantamweight Free Lightweight Free Lightweight Greco-R Featherweight Free Featherweight Greco-R

Lost 0-1

Eliminated

SALUGTA

Eliseo S.

Lost 0-2

Eliminated

 

Lost 0-2

Eliminated

 

SENOSA

Antonio T.

Lost 0-2

Eliminated

TUMASIS

Tortillano T.

Lost 0-2

Eliminated

 

20th Summer Olympiad: Munich 1972

 

Archery

ALDEA

Ramon

Men's Individual

2102 pts.

54th / 55 37th / 55 50th / 55

NARANJILLA

Francisco

Men's Individual

2288 pts.

SANTOS

Carlos Jr.

Men's Individual

2183 pts.

Athletics

ALANES

Amelita

Women's 100m Dash Women's 200m Dash Discus Throw Women's 400m Dash 100m Dash 200m Dash Women's 100m Hurdles Women's 4x100m

12.37 sec.

7th in Heat 5 Trials 7th in H1 2nd Round 13th in Qualifying Last in Heat 4 Last in Heat 11 T. 7th in Heat 9 Trials 6th in Heat 1 Trials Last in Heat 1

 

25.28 sec.

 

DE LA VINA MANTAWEL MOKALAM

Josephine

53.92 m.

Aida

57.91 sec.

Tukal

11.02 sec.

 

21.81 sec.

 

SALAO

Lucila

15.15 sec.

TORRES

Carmen

DNF

 

(Alanes, Mantawel, Salao, Torres)

 

Basketball

ADORNADO

William

Men's Basketball

13th / 16

BERNARDO

Narciso

CLEOFAS

Ricardo

FLORENCIO

Danilo

MARIANO

Jaime

MARTIREZ

Rosalio

MELENCIO

Rogelio C.

OCAMPO

Edgardo

PANER

Manuel

PAPA

Adriano

SAMSON

Marte

WEBB

Freddie

Boxing

AQUILINO

Nicolas

 

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ARSENA

Vicente

Light Flyweight

Lost 1/16 Round Lost 1/32 Round Lost 1/16 Round

Eliminated

FORTALEZA

Renato

Flyweight

Eliminated

FORTALEZA

Ricardo

Bantamweight

Eliminated

Cycling

JUNTA

Maximo

Individual Pursuit

5:53.19

28th in Heats

Judo

DYOGI

Geronimo

Men's Welterweight Men's Open Category

2nd Round Pool A 2nd Round Pool B 2nd Round Pool B

Eliminated

GARCIA

Fernando

Eliminated

REPUYAN

Bernardino R. Men's Lightweight

Eliminated

Shooting

EARNSHAW

Manuel

Men's Trap Individual Small Bore Rifle Prone Men's Free Pistol Men's Free Pistol Men's Rapid Fire Pistol Men's Skeet Individual Men's Rapid Fire Pistol Men's Trap Individual Men's Skeet Individual

 

No Result 97th / 101 50th / 59 47th / 59 57th / 60 61st / 62 53rd / 60 56th / 57 57th / 62

ESPINOSA

Lodovico

570 pts.

KALAW

Teodoro

524 pts.

MACAPAGAL

Arturo

533 pts.

ONG

Mariano

533 pts.

QUITORIANO

Raymundo R.

143 pts.

RECTO

Rafael

553 pts.

VALDES

Manuel

138 pts.

YAP

Melchor

167 pts.

Swimming

AYESA

Luis

100m Freestyle

DNF

Last in Heat 3 Trials 7th in Heat 3 Last in Heat 2

 

200m Freestyle

2:05.97

4x100m Medley

4:13.62

(Ayesa, Jalmaani, Rosario, Singson-Brosas)

 
 

BORJA

Edwin

1500m Freestyle

18:12.17

Last in Heat 1 Last in Heat 1

 

4x200m Freestyle

8:44.01

(Borja, Imlani, Jaitulla, Singson-Brosas)

 
 

IMLANI

Dae

400m Freestyle 1500m Freestyle 200m Individual Medley 400m Individual Medley 100m Breaststroke 200m Breaststroke 100m Backstroke 200m Backstroke 100m Butterfly 200m Butterfly 4x100m Freestyle

4:24.01

6th in Heat 1 Trials 6th in Heat 5 Trials 5th in Heat 6 6th in Heat 1 Trials 6th in Heat 3 5th in Heat 5 Last in Heat 2 7th in Heat 3 Last in Heat 5 Last in Heat 4 6th in Heat 2

 

17:37.65

 

JAITULLA

Jairulla

2:17.23

 

5:05.48

 

JALMAANI

Amman E.

1:09.28

 

2:33.54

 

ROSARIO

Gerardo

1:06.85

 

2:23.53

 

SINGSON-BROSAS Carlos

1:02.11

 

2:23.70

3:47.39

(Ayesa, Imlani, Jaitulla, Singson-Brosas)

 

Weightlifting DEL ROSARIO

Arturo

56 kg. Category Men's Flyweight Men's Flyweight

287.5 kgs. No Jerk Result 290.0 kgs.

18th / 24 DQ 14th / 17

 

DEL ROSARIO

Salvador

TRANCE

Nigel

Wrestling

FAMATID

Rogelio

<57 kg. Greco-Roman <62 kg. Freestyle <57 kg. Freestyle

Lost Both Matches Lost Both Matches Lost Both Matches

Eliminated

SALUGTA

Eliseo

Eliminated

TANAQUIN

Arturo

Eliminated

Yachting

ALMARIO

Mario

Soling Class (Alfonso, Qua, Santos)

153.0 pts.

26th / 26

QUA

Alfonso

 

SANTOS

Ambrosio J.N.

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11th Winter Olympiad: Sapporo 1972

 

CIPRIANO

Juan

NANASCA

Ben

 

21st Summer Olympiad: Montreal 1976

 

Athletics

IDAVA

Victor

Marathon

2:38:23.2

57th / 71

Boxing

BALTAR

Eduardo

Light Flyweight

Lost 1/16 Round Lost Quarter-Final

Eliminated

FORTALEZA

Reynaldo

Bantamweight

Eliminated

FORTALEZA

Ricardo

MARES

Ruben

Featherweight

Lost 1/16 Round

Eliminated

Shooting

MACAPAGAL

Arturo

Free Pistol

534 pts.

37th / 47 44th / 48

ONG

Mariano Tom

Rapid-Fire Pistol

557 pts.

Swimming

BORJA

Edwin

400m Freestyle 1500m Freestyle 200m Butterfly 400m Individual Medley W 100m Breaststroke W 200m Breaststroke 100m Freestyle 200m Freestyle 100m Backstroke 200m Backstroke

4:18.97

Last in Heat 5 7th in Heat 5 7th in Heat 6 Last in Heat 4 6th in Heat 2 Last in Heat 5 Last in Heat 4 7th in Heat 8 Last in Heat 5 7th in Heat 5

 

15:05.75

2:10.61

4:52.21

 

DEANO

Nancy

1:20.93

 

2:53.08

 

ROSARIO

Gerardo

56.00 sec.

 

2:02.81

1:02.08

2:13.89

Weightlifting DEL ROSARIO

Arturo

Bantamweight

222.5 kg.

13th / 24 9th / 23

 

DEL ROSARIO

Salvador

Flyweight

212.5 kg.

Yachting

ALMARIO

Mario

Finn Class Tempest Class (Jesus Maria, Juan)

199 pts.

Last / 28 Last / 16

VILLAREAL

Jesus Maria

123 pts.

VILLAREAL

Juan

 
 

22nd Summer Olympiad: Moscow 1980 (no participation)

23rd Summer Olympiad: Los Angeles 1984

 

Athletics

BEGEO DE LA CRUZ DEL PRADO DE VEGA

Hector

3000m Steeplechase 400m Hurdles 400m Dash Women's 100m Dash Women's 200m Dash Marathon Women's Long Jump

8:53.70

10th in Heat 2 7th in Heat 3 DQ in 2nd Round 6th in 2nd Round 6th in Heat 1 77th / 78 9th in 1st Round

Agrifina

1:02.70

Isidro

46.71

Lydia

11.97

 

25.10

 

ILLUT

Leonardo

2:49:39

POSADAS

Elma Muros

5.64

Boxing

CANTANCIO

Leopoldo

Lightweight

Lost Quarter-Final Lost 1st Bout Lost 2nd Bout

Eliminated

JAMILI

Nelson

Light Flyweight

Eliminated

TABANAS

Efren

Flyweight

Eliminated

Cycling

ASUNCION

Deograves

Sprint

Lost 1st Round

Eliminated

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Point Race 100m Time Trial Point Race 400m Individual Pursuit

2 points

18th in Heat 1 23rd place 20th in Heat 2 29th place

 

GUAVES

Rodolfo

1:11.61

PAGARIGAN

Edgardo

1 point

PANTON

Diomedes

5:14.27

Shooting

MEDINA

Jose

Small Bore Rifle English

588 pts.

30th place

Swimming

GUANCO

Francisco

100m Breaststroke 200m Breaststroke 100m Freestyle 200m Freestyle 100m Backstroke 200m Backstroke 100m Breaststroke 400m Ind. Medley 200m Breaststroke 200m Ind. Medley 200m Freestyle 100m Freestyle 400m Freestyle 1500m Freestyle

1:07.55

6th (32nd / 51) 5th (25th / 48) 7th in H5 (36th / 45) 6th in H4 (25th / 37) 8th in H2 (28th / 32) 6th in H1 (27th / 28) 5th in H6 (36th / 51) 7th in H2 (18th / 24) 5th in H5 (35th / 48) 6th in H4 (28th / 46) 6th in H3 (39th / 56) 5th in H2 (45th / 62) 7th in H3 (28th / 37) 6th in H2 (24th / 24)

 

2:26.12

 

JACOB

Christine

1:02.43

 

2:12.17

1:10.28

2:32.91

 

JAITULLA

Jairulla

1:08.00

 

4:51.24

2:30.87

2:12.82

 

WILSON

William

1:57.18

 

54.63

4:06.86

16:24.81

Yachting

ORTEGA

Policarpio

Windglider Class

226.0 points

28th / 38

Lawn Tennis TOLENTINO

Manuel

Lost 3-6 6-3 3-6

Eliminated

 

24th Summer Olympiad: Seoul 1988

 

Archery

MERTO

Rowel

Men's Individual Open

1162 pts.

68th Place

YGNALAGA

Basilisa

Women's Individual Open 1182 pts.

49th Place

Athletics

ADAN BEGEO DE LA CRUZ DE VEGA

Nenita

Hector

M-3000m Steeplechase

8:35.09

Agripina

Lydia

Boxing

CANTANCIO

Leopoldo

Lightweight

Lost 1st Bout DQ 1st Bout Lost 1st Bout Lost 1st Bout Lost 1st Bout Lost Semi-Final

Eliminated

DOLLENTE

Orlando

Featherweight

Eliminated

HORMILLOSA

Michael

Bantamweight

Eliminated

JALNAIZ

Roberto

Flyweight

Eliminated

LEGASPI

Emmanuel

Middleweight

Eliminated

SERRANTES

Leopoldo

Light Flyweight

Bronze Medal

Cycling

RIMARIM

Bernardo

M-T