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Baguio City scored big in the final day of competition on Tuesday to overtake Laguna in the gold medal tally of the Batang Pinoy 2011 national finals here.

Baguio City won four gold, one silver and seven bronze medals in taekwondo to overtake erstwhile leader Laguna in the overall standings of the games organized by the Philippine Sports Commission in partnership with Smart, Maynilad and Summit Mineral Drinking Water.

Baguio City finished with a 23-13-19 tally while Laguna dropped to second place with a 21-19-24 count.

Zamboanga City (16-9-5) was third while Manila (15-10-12) was fourth and Quezon City (9-18-15) was fifth. Completing the top 10 finishers were Davao City (7-6-2), Bacolod City (6-7-9), Lipa City (5-1-2), Antipolo, Rizal (4-2-2) and La Union Province (4-2-1).

Bagging the gold for Baguio City in taekwondo were Suzzaine Gleen Caslangen in the girls lightweight, Brighty Rio Marie Salazar in the girls heavyweight., Christian Duntugan in the boys finweight, Tristan Dale Cayago in the boys flyweight and John Gervin Astrologo in the boys featherweight.

[ Read article | Tempo ]

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Laguna tankers Catherine Bondad and Ariana Herranz splashed their way to two more gold medals to hike their total to five even as Manila archers Bianca Gotuaco and Luis Gabriel Moreno struck with a pair of golden efforts in the Batang Pinoy at the Metro Naga Sports Complex here.

The 13-year-old Bondad seized the gold in the 100-meter freestyle and 100m butterfly for 12-13 year-old girls while the 15-year-old Herranz reigned supreme in the 200m free and 50m backstroke for girls 14-15 years to continue to lead the Laguna juggernaut in pool competitions. [ Read article | The Philippine Star ]

As a tribute to their late coach Rolando Malate, the Bacolod Tay Tung High School athletics team, led by Mary Anthony Diesto, exerted extra efforts to come out on top of their events in the ongoing 2011 Batang Pinoy National Championship in Naga City, Camarines Norte.

Diesto booked four gold medals yesterday, including the centerpiece 100-meter girls’ event with teammate Shaira Hernandez picking up the silver, to earn the most bemedalled female athlete award in athletics. Along with the other BTTHS runners, Diesto represented Bacolod City in the competition.

The golden girl from Tay Tung also plucked the gold in girls’ long jump, triple jump and anchored the 4 x 100 girls’ relay along with teammates Shaira Hernandez, Raye Ferrer and Rocel Pahilanga.

[ Read article | The Visayan Daily Star ]

Six Zamboanga athletes in the weightlifting championship are now leading in the national finals of the ‘2011 Batang Pinoy,’ from December 10 to 13 at Naga College Foundation in Naga City.

The first day of the weightlifting national competition on Sunday saw Elbert Atilano, Jr. winning in the 46 kilogram with team mate Rosana Mendoza in the 44 kilogram division grabbing the first 2-gold medals for the Zamboanga delegation.

The silver medalist are Mary Flor Diaz (36 kg), Margaret Colonia (44 kg.), and Roel Garcia in the 50 kilogram division.

[ Read article | Zamboanga Today Online ]
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Even with bleeding legs and arms, young triathletes (ages 15 and below) from Zambales, Laguna and Manila finished the race at the recently concluded Batang Pinoy Triathlon Game. Six out of 12 triathletes had an accident because of the slippery bike route. But this didn’t stop anyone in completing the course which includes 200m swim – 5k bike – 1.2k run. After 19:04 (4:01 – 10:53 – 4:10), Gabriel Allen Salazar won the boys event while Jessica Salazar topped the girls with a total time of 22:24 (4:06 – 12:46 – 5:31). More Batang Pinoy photos and news at this site.

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Davao del Norte just got its first gold in athletics (shot put) during the first day of the competitions in Batang Pinoy National Championships 2011 in Naga City.

The gold was courtesy of Kimberly Dangli, a 14 year old sophomore student of Tagum Comprehensive High School who topped in the elimination rounds and managed to stay at the top of the heap in the championships, giving the province its first gold medal in the early morning of the first day of the national championships.

Not to be outdone, another athlete, 15-year old Carlo Caong of the Sto. Tomas National High School also managed to give the province its first silver and bronze medals in shot put and discus throw competitions also during the first day.

Inspired by the performance of their fellow athletes during the first day of the competition, Princess Aiko Miyata, a 13-year old freshman from the Maryknoll High School of Sto. Tomas contributed her first bronze for the province in the singles category for girls in tennis. In day 2, both Caong and Dangli gathered silver and bronze medals respectively for javelin throw.
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Please proceed to Naga City Hall for your billeting assignments per region. Contact person: Mr. Francis Barja (09193909199)
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UPDATE: Final medal breakdown by Events and by Local Government Unit as of December 13, 2011 (9:00 a.m.)
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1. All gold and silver medalists of the Mindanao, Visayas, Northern Luzon, NCR and Southern Luzon Legs shall be eligible to participate in the 2011 Batang Pinoy National Championships. For Lawn Tennis, however, only gold medalists shall be considered to compete in the national championships.

2. PSC shall provide food to all accredited/enlisted athletes and coaches participating in the national championships from December 9 to 13. List of gold and silver medalists may be accessed at the website:

3. The host city shall provide billeting facilities to all accredited/enlisted athletes and coaches. Parents, guardians and chaperons shall not be allowed to stay in the billeting facilities.

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