UC’s Inomedo bags two golds in athletics in 2018 Cebu City Olympics

By: Glendale Rosal November 16,2018 - 06:15 PM

UC’s Josie Inomedo, who is on her final year as a secondary division trackster, shows the two gold medals that she won in the athletics event of the ongoing Cebu City Olympics.

Josie Inomedo of the University of Cebu (UC) Webmasters won two gold medals via the secondary girls 400-meter hurdles and 200-m run in the ongoing 2018 Cebu City Olympics at the Cebu City Sports Center.

The 17-year-old Inomedo of Barangay Basak San Nicolas in Cebu City, crossed the finish line in the girls secondary 400-m hurdles at one minute and 8.75 seconds (0:1:08.75) beating University of San Carlos-Basic Education (USC-BED) runners in Sheina Kate Response (1:11.01) and Louraine Yvonne Garcia (1:14.38), who settled for second and third, respectively.

In the secondary girls 200-m run, Inomedo clinched gold after clocking 0:27:37 besting her teammate, Llera Pino (0:28:04), and USC-BED’s Gleizel Faith Pelayre (28:09).

UC now has six gold medals in the athletics event secondary division.

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