The individuals in photo are (from left) DSCPI Director Girme Gutierrez and Gloria Alcala, DSCPI President Becky Garcia with 1st place Sean Mischa Aranar and Ana Leonila Nualla, 2nd place Mark Jayson Gayon and Mary Joy Renigen, 3rd place Tristan John Ducay and Aileen Patrice De Lara, 4th place Lew Gian Jose Yee and Willanne Rose Ducay, 5th Dominador Ylagan and Wendy Wang and 6th place Derek Nico Miguel and Rinoa Bernales.

Dance Sports: Aranar-Nualla pair leads DSCPI midyear winners

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

TAGAYTAY City Councilor Athena Tolentino (left, with checkered flag) and Standard Insurance Group Chairman Ernesto “Judes” Echauz (with checkered flag) prepare to send off the women’s and men’s under-23 and junior race.

Veteran internationalists stamp class in nationals

Felipe, captain of continental team 7-Eleven Cliqq Road Bike Philippines and third Best Asian Rider in the 2018 Le Tour de Langkawi, soloed to the finish line in three hours, 11 minutes and .212 second to top the 132.08-km Men’s Road Race that started and ended at the Praying Hands Monument on Aguinaldo Highway in Tagaytay City.

Bea Hernandez (L) and Merwin Tan (R)

Merwin Tan cops Singapore Open Youth Masters title

Tan, 19, claimed the championship by rolling a leading 1,687 pinfalls in eight games to beat Malaysian Megan Zaqrul Haiqal by five pins, while Japanese Keita Tokushia settled for third place with 1,657 pinfalls at the Singapore Bowling Tamasek Club in Rifle Range, Singapore.

Philippine South East Asian Games Organizing Committee (PHISGOC) Chair Alan Peter Cayetano welcomed Ajinomoto to the SEA games Family of Sponsors as the first consumer food brand in the Platinum category. He thanked all its officials for their enthusiasm in supporting the 30th SEA games and Para games to be held starting this November 30, 2019.

POC ramps up preparations for 2019 SEA Games

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