INDEPENDENCE DAY FUN SWIM MEET (Invitational Age- Group)
Patio Isabel Resort, Sacred Heart Village 1, Quirino Highway, Lagro,
Novaliches, Quezon City
June 15, 2013
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CABALEN SHARKS SWIM CLUB 1st Folded & Hung Novice
Age - Band Invitational Swim Meet
Angeles City Sport. Villa Angelina Subdivision, Angeles City
May 26, 2013 Click here
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Association of Southern Tagalog (ASCAST)
Invitational Inter-Club/School Sprint Meet
Lipa City Mediatrix Swim Club, Community Park Swimming Pool, Brgy. 6,
Granja, Lipa City
June 1, 2013
Kalibo, Boracay host
Marquez Cup May 25-26 (The Philippine Star) | Updated April 20, 2013
MANILA, Philippines - The Philippines is holding the 43rd leg of the PSL
Circuit, dubbed Gov. Carlito Marquez Cup, May 25- 26, with the Aklan
provincial government as host.
The swimming competition, co-hosted by Langoy Pilipinas headed by Darren
Evangelista, is a two-in-one meet, with the first day to be held in an
eight-lane 25-meter pool at the Kalibo, Aklan Provincial Sports Complex,
and the second, an open water swim, to be staged the next day at Boracay
PSL president Susan Papa said the winners will be awarded gold, silver
and bronze medals while most outstanding swimmers will receive trophies
based on points, per age group category – six years and under, 7-8 ,
9-10, 11-12, 13-14, 15-17 and 18 years old and over.
“We are so happy that swimmers will be able to compete out of town and
be accommodated by Gov. Marquez,” said Papa.
Papa added that this is the first time the PSL is holding an open water
swim. The event will be staged May 26 at the Boracay beach front of Club
Parao, Station 1.
“This is another great year for PSL,” Evangelista said. “The swimmers
will experience swimming in an open water in front of many tourists in
this busy month.”
“It will be a great experience for the swimmers who will be treated to a
social night buffet dinner and local cultural show like the fire dance
by the local folks,” he added.
Information: 09267204153, 09328800400.
42nd PSL Leg Series “2ND SEN. NIKKI COSETENG MOTIVATIONAL SPLASH”
May 12, 2013
Coseteng heads swim team to Thai meet
(The Philippine Star) | Updated February 24, 2013
MANILA, Philippines - Former senator and Diliman
Preparatory School president Nikki Coseteng will be the head of the
Philippine Swimming League team seeing action in Long Course 2013 Phuket
Swim Championship March 3 at the world-class Thanyapura Sports Club in
Thanyapura, Phuket, Thailand.
The PSL swimmers will be led by former Palarong Pambansa standout Gian
Daniel Ong Berino, member of the Ong clan of swimmers. The other members
are Robin Seranillo, Russell Seranillo, Charize Esmero and Lowenstein
Julian Lazaro. They will be joined by coaches Joey Andaya and Michael
Recel and Guia Llaguno, chaperone.
PSL president Susan Papa said the competition, to be held for 6-under to
18-above, will use the Daktronics electronic timing system at the venue,
considered one of the finest swimming facilities in Asia.
Medals for first, second, and third place will be awarded while each
age-group team winner will receive a trophy. The highest award will be
given to the FINA male and female swimmer with the most number of FINA
Thirteen-year-old University of the East freshman Maurice Sacho
Ilustre, UAAP Rookie of the Year and Most Outstanding Swimmer of the
third Nikki Coseteng Swimming Championship, outraced older rivals in
secondary division in NCR Palaro - 400m freestyle with a time of 4:26.07
and 9:16.53 in 800m freestyle. Sacho will be competing in the 2013
Palarong Pambansa in Dumaguete.
11-YEAR-OLD RIPS AAA MARK IN
PSL MEET (The Philippine Star) | Updated February 11, 2013
In the picture: Vice-Pres. of FESSAP, Tisha Abundo with Olongapo Vice
Mayor Rolen Paulino, PSL Pres. Susan Papa, Regional 3 Director William
Asturias and PSL Sec. Gen. Maria Susan Benasa during the 38th PSL Leg
series held at Olongapo City.
MANILA, Philippines - Eleven-year-old McTracy John
Alindogan hit Triple-A marks in all his events as he led young swimmers
of the Philippine Swimming League in the first Vice Mayor Rolen Paulino
Swimming meet held in Olongapo yesterday.
Alindogan posted record marks in the 100m freestyle (1:02.53), 50m
butterfly (30.50), breaststroke (35.79) and 50m backstroke (32.70) to
get a lion’s share of the individual medals awarded by Vice Mayor
Paulino and former PSC commissioner Tisha Abundo, vice president of the
Federation of School Sports Associations of the Philippines (FESSAP).
Mark Bryan Dula, 5, won all his events with impressive performances in
the 50m back (1:07.31), 50m butterfly (1:01.00), 100m IM (2:13.00), 100m
freestyle (1:57.00) and 50m free (49.00).
Micaela Jasmine Mojdeh, six-year-old lad from Parañaque, won all her
events – in the 100m free (2:02.38), 50m breaststroke (1:09.30), 100m IM
(2:18.57), 50m backstroke (1:03.00) and 50m freestyle (51.00).
Robin Serranillo, 9, bettered the old mark in the 50m butterfly (36.00),
100m freestyle (1:11.13), 50m backstroke (36.00) and 100m IM (1:18.50).
During the meet, PSL president Susan Papa announced the appointment of
William Asturias of Zambales as Region 3 director and Rolly dela Cruz as
PSL swimmers from Manila were brought to Olongapo, courtesy of Johnny
Hernandez of Victory Liner.
The most outstanding swimmers were: Boys: Marc Bryan Dula, Alber Samuel
Villanueva, Charles Dylan Chia, Arl Edrian Carballo, Robin Serranillo,
Geoffrey James Liberato, Russell Serranillo, John Martie Lim, McTracy
John Alindogan, Matthew Tan, Lans Rawlin Donato, Angel Tristan Pascua,
Shalom Juliano Sabino, Duane Baterina and Gian Daniel Berino.
Girls: Micaela Jasmine Mojdeh, Berleen Villanueva, Francesca Glenn
Israel, Gillyn Rafaela Gonzalvo, Franz Emmanuelle Joves, Bhay Newberry,
Imee Joyce Saavedra, Louise Jamielene Saavedra, Ma. Erriel Jane Lim,
Andrea Jheremy Pacheco, Jilyn Mendoza and Djhoanna Rose Ronquillo.