Aklanon News: 25 atletang Akeanon sa Palarong Pambansa ginpadunggan

  • May 20, 2017
  • Sheila Q. Patoza

KALIBO, Aklan, Mayo 20 (PIA6) – Ginkilala ag gintaw-an it insentibo ro 25 ka mga atletang Akeanon nga nagpakita it kamayad ku Palarong Pambansa sa Antique sa isaea ka seremonyas kurundaya eang sa Aklan Provincial Capitol iya.

Ro Sangguniang Panlalawigan it Aklan hay nagpasa it Resolusyon Numero  2017-319 ukon a resolution warmly congratulating Aklanon youth athletes for the outstanding performances in the Palarong Pambansa that brought honors and respect for the province of Aklan, ag raya hay gin-aprobahan ku Mayo 8, 2017.

Nakakontribyut ro 25 ka mga atletang Akeanon it kabuuan nga 16 gold; 9 silver; ag 15 bronze nga mga medalya sa Western Visayas Regional Athletic Association (WRAA); kung siin hara hay nakabulig sa team nga mabutang sa ikatatlo nga pwesto sa 18 ka mga rehiyon sa nasyon.

Nagapanguna sa listahan nga ginpadunggan si Kyla O. Soguilon, nga ginhirang nga the most bemedalled athlete ku Palaro; nga nag-angkon it 5 ka mga gold nga medalya para sa individual swimming events.  Si Soguilon man hay nag-intra sa swimming team category nga nakaprodyus it tig sambilog nga gold ag silver nga medalya.

Ro iban pa nga mga gold medalist sa individual events sanday: Sheila S. Talja (Athletics); Angie Nicole A. Reyes (Arnis); ag Jasper Jay C. Lachica (Pencak Silat).

Para sa Paralympics Category, si Claire S. Calizo ag Edwin Villanueva nakatao it daywa ag tatlo ka gold nga mga medalya sa swimming events; samtang si Anna Mae Rico gin-awardan it gold nga medalya sa athletics event.

Si Reyes hay nakabuoe man it silver nga medalya para sa arnis competition; kaibahan si Jil Iron A. Tabuena sa athletics ag Aina Nicole O. Dela Cruz  sa pencak silat. Si Cristina I. Dela Cruz, mat-a hay silver medallist sa athletics paralympic category.

Para sa team category, ro mga atleta nga nakabuoe it silver nga mga medalya sanday:  Aaron Vincent Merin ag Christian Paul Tiongson para sa athletics; Shanello Malolos ag Arnel Tolentino para sa volleyball; ag Lachica (pencak silat).

Ro mga bronze medalist sa aerobic gymnastic individual category hay sanday Jea Angel  Esquilito ag Christian Jade Pablo; samtang sa team category sanday Dela Cruz (pencak silat); Cherish Joy Reyes, Pablo, ag Esquilito (aeobics); ag Michael Gabriel T. Lozada ag Jemuel Booh B. De Leon (swimming team).

Si Athena Romylla M. Molo, Mary May Z. Ruiz, ag Jerrylyn R. Laurente sa volleyball; ag Kyle Joshua D. De Pedro, Jan Patrick A. Sagang, ag Rosalyn S. Penticase  sa baseball ro mga gin-awardan it bronze nga mga medalya ku Palarong Pambansa.

Samtang, ro Sangguniang Panlalawigan iya hay nagtao sa mga atleta it cash nga insentibo nga P10,000 kada gold nga medalya nga madag-an; P8,000 mat-a sa silver; ag P5,000 para bronze nga medalya. (JSC/SQP/PIA6 Aklan).


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