“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 resonating loud chants and cheers from the audience saying “I Volunteer” captured the strong passion and power of the volunteers present during the event. #SEAG2019
“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.”
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.
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.
Dr. Alejandro Pineda, head of the Philippine Anti-Doping Organization (PHI-NADO), will update sportswriters about the country’s anti-doping preparations in the coming SEA Games. #TOPS
According to POC board member lawyer Clint Aranas, the Olympic council is the franchise-holder of the SEA Games and other international tournaments as mandated by the SEA Games Federation Council, Olympic Council of Asia and the International Olympic Committee. #SEAGames2019
Eight behind Chan after the start of the last of the two-part elims for the three members of the SEA Games-bound national squad, Corpus went to work early and birdied three of the first five holes then rebounded from a bogey on the sixth with birdies on Nos. 14 and 16 to string a pair of 34s and keep his hold of second place at 428.
“The Spikers’ Turf is perfect exposure for our national players. We’re looking forward to having them play in our league starting this weekend,“ – Spikers’ Turf tournament director Mozzy Ravena