Gilas Pilipinas head coach Tim Cone praised Kiefer Ravena’s maturity level in light of Ravena’s addition to the national team pool for the 2019 Southeast
Barangay Ginebra import Justin Brownlee finally had to chance to join Gilas Pilipinas unofficially as he attended the nationals’ Monday night practice session.
Cebuano teenager Andrew Kim Remolino and John Chicano will represent the country in the men’s individual race while Kim Mangrobang and Kim Kilgroe are the bets of the local triathlon association in the women’s division.
Skateboarding chief Monty Mendigoria won’t count the number of medals that they can probably seize in the discipline yet, but is certain that the team will be pumped up in front of the hometown crowd during the meet to be held in Tagaytay City. #SEAGames2019
“Whatever we have been doing in PHISGOC for the last few years will be meaningless without you. If we don’t have any of you, then we won’t be able to deliver the best SEA Games. And with this, you are part our family, our SEA Games family.”
Ramirez first visited the Subic Boardwalk which will be the venue for Triathlon, Duathlon, Open Water Swim and Modern Pentathlon, followed by Subic covered court gym that will be the venue for Sepak Takraw and Subic Tennis Courts which will host the beach handball and beach volleyball competitions of the biennial meet.
Sibol (translated in English as “growth”) is an apt reference tothe national team as it signifies not only the rise of esports around the world but also the advancement of esports talent in the Philippines.
“Billiards remains a very popular sport in the country despite some problems in the past,” – Rubilen Amit #billiards
“As much as possible, we want Jaja to play so we can win a game or two before the quarterfinals,” – Diane Santiago #Volleyball
“We will continue to host the SEA Games. There is no truth to reports of the contrary,” – Alan Cayetano #SEAGames2019 #SEAG2019