“The renovations done in both Rizal Memorial and in Philsports are primarily for our elite athletes,” explained PSC Chairman William Ramirez.
“We have been coordinating with the NSAs to look for training alternatives. But then, PSC would always work on the safe side. We will be very prudent and vigilant on the health of the athletes.” – Senior Executive Assistant Marc Edward Velasco
The historical Rizal Memorial Coliseum (RMC) is expected to welcome several events in its newly-refurbished facility this 2020. “We are very optimistic. There are a
As provided for in the tripartite agreement signed by PSC, the POC and the Philippine Southeast Asian Games Organizing Committee (PHISGOC), the PSC is ready to transfer said funds to the POC after PHISGOC finalized and submitted their master list of competition equipment requirements for the Games. This will come from the P5 Billion earmarked for the SEA Games.
Participants will come from both public and private schools. Dr. Karen Katrina Trinidad, Ph.D., RPsy, PSC-Philippine Sports Institute Medical Services and Sports Science Sports Psychology Unit Head, will tackle the importance of sports psychology among athletes.
The Ate-Kuya leadership training was held on the first day while the Larong Pinoy and alternative games were conducted the following day.
“We’ve had an inter-agency meeting before but this is the first time that we are doing this at this level.” said Ramirez before the start of the meeting.
“The PSC is ready for the growing number of delegates that will take part in the games,” shared National Secretariat Head Manuel Bitog.
Aligned with the theme, “We Win as One”, the tripartite agreement for the 30th Southeast Asian Games hosting was formally signed by Philippine Sports Commission Chairman William I. Ramirez, Philippine Olympic Committee President Abraham N. Tolentino and Philippine Southeast Asian Games Organizational Committee Inc.(PHISGOC) President and COO Ramon Suzara on Wednesday at the PSC Conference Room in Rizal Memorial Sports Complex, Manila.
Aranar and Nualla, who are qualified for this year’s Southeast Asian Games, bested second placer Mark Jayson Gayon and Mary Joy Renigen and third placer Tristan John Ducay and Aileen Patrice De Lara to win the Grade A Standard title of the competition organized by DSCPI President Becky Garcia. #DanceSports