UC’s SEA Games athletes, coaches receive P118,000 worth of cash incentives from UC prexy

Mars G. Alison 12/20/2019

CEBU CITY, Philippines — Recognizing the efforts and sacrifices of the student athletes and coaches, University of Cebu (UC) president, Augusto Go, handed out a total of P118,000 cash incentives to Webmasters who competed in the recently…

Labella eyes higher cash incentives for Cebu City-based SEAG medal winners

Irene R. Sino Cruz 12/17/2019

CEBU CITY — Southeast Asian Games medal winners based in Cebu City can expect higher cash incentives. Cebu City Mayor Edgardo Labella told reporters that he would be looking for other sources to increase cash incentives for…

Cebuanos in SEA Games: 19 golds, 17 silvers, 23 bronze medals

Mars G. Alison 12/11/2019

PASIG CITY, Philippines—Cebuanos have contributed a total of 19 gold medals, 17 silver and 23 bronze medals to the historic overall 149-117-119 medal tally of Team Philippines in the 30th Southeast Asian Games (SEAG), which will have…

After SEA Games, Nica Garces motivated to win more medals for PH

Mars G. Alison 12/10/2019

PASIG CITY, Philippines —Bagging a bronze medal in her first Southeast Asian Games (SEAG) has served as a motivation for Cebuana Nica Garces to look forward to another stint in this biennial event. “Since bronze ako nakuha,…

Cebuano marathoner Mary Joy Tabal explains her silver finish in SEA Games

Mars G. Alison 12/06/2019

NEW TARLAC CITY, Philippines — “I wasn’t running my race.” This was how Cebu’s Mary Joy Tabal described her stint in the 30th Southeast Asian Games (SEAG) where she finished with a silver medal, Friday, December 6,…

Who dethroned Cebu’s Mary Joy Tabal?

Mars G. Alison 12/06/2019

New Clark City—Another petite runner won the gold for the Philippines in women’s marathon in the 30th Southeast Asian Games.  But it isn’t Cebu’s Mary Joy Tabal. Christine Hallasgo, a 27-year-old runner from Malaybalay, Bukidnon, pulled off…

How dancesport grassroots program saved SEA Games gold medallist Aunzo’s life

Mars G. Alison 12/02/2019

CLARK CITY, Philippines — Dancesport grassroots saved Wilbert Aunzo’s life twice.  The triple gold medal haul of Cebu’s dancesport pair of Aunzo and Pearl Marie Cañeda in the ongoing 30th Southeast Asian Games (SEAG) is a result…

SEA Games: Bolambao of Cebu wins gold in arnis competition

Mars G. Alison 12/01/2019

PAMPANGA, Philippines — Cebu-based Dexler Bolambao handed Cebu its first gold medal via the arnis competition of the 30th Southeast Asian Games held Sunday, December 1, 2019 at the Angeles University Foundation in Angeles City.  Bolambao, a…

3 Cebuanos in PH U-22 team for SEAG

Mars G. Alison 11/25/2019

CEBU CITY, Philippines—Three Cebuanos are on the official lineup and reserve list of the Philippine Under-22 football team that will be seeing action in the 30th Southeast Asian Games starting late this afternoon, November 25, 2019, in…

400 cops, coordination with gov’t agencies help make SEA Games torch run a success

Alven Marie A. Timtim 11/16/2019

CEBU CITY, Philippines — Aside from the more than 400 police officers securing the Cebu leg of the 30th Southeast Asian Games torch run at the South Coastal Road, police have also attributed their preparation and coordination…

SRP to be closed for SEA Games torch relay on November 16

Delta Derycka C. Letigio 11/14/2019

CEBU CITY, Philippines — The southbound lane of the South Road Properties (SRP) will be closed to motorists on Saturday, November 16, for the Cebu leg of the Southeast Asian (SEA) Games torch relay. The whole stretch…

Know some of the Cebuano athletes competing in the upcoming Southeast Asian Games

Mars G. Alison 11/12/2019

(Updated, November 13, 2019) CEBU CITY, Philippines —Cebuano athletes will be among those competing for the Philippines in the upcoming 30th Southeast Asian Games (SEAG), which the country will be hosting from November 30 to December 11,…

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