TRACK AND FIELD, WEIGHTLIFTING AND BADMINTON
Track and Field
Graduate of De-La Salle College of St. Benilde and was an NCAA player for Track and Field.
Filipino sprinter and member of the Philippine National Team for Philippine Athletics Track and Field Association (PATFA)
Bronze medalist in 2017 Southeast Asian Games in Kuala Lumpur.
Member of the Philippine 4x100m relay team that snared a bronze in last year’s SEA Games in Kuala Lumpur.
Filipino weightlifter and airwoman. First woman in the Philippines to bring home a Silver Olympic Medal.
Diaz ranks as Sergeant at the Philippine Air Force Special Service.
4 Bronze Medals in Asian and World Championships,
4 Silver Medals in Asian and World Championships, and 2 Gold Medals in Asian Championship games
Professional coach of Philippine badminton at present.
Nelson started his career as a coach in 1985 when he became the founder of Valle Verde Badminton Youth Club.
In 1995 Nelson took the responsibility of head coach under Amelita Ramos but before this responsibility he was also working for the training of women’s national team.
He was known to have trained such badminton legends as Tang Xian Hu and Hou Jia Chang.
PHILIPPINE WOMEN’S NATIONAL VOLLEYBALL PLAYERS
“The Phenom” or “The Phenomenal” because of her extraordinary talent in volleyball.
Part of the Phillipine National Team on Women’s Volleyball.
She was UAAP’s 4-time Best Scorer, 3-time Best Server, 3-time Season MVP and 1-time Finals MVP.
Valdez was a member of the Philippine National Team that finished third place in 2014FIBV Southeast Asian Zone Qualifier
Philippine Women’s Volleyball National Team.
Philippine National Games “Best Blocker”, “Best Middle Blocker”, and MVP in PVF Championship.
Reyes was named Team Captain of The Philippine Women’s Volleyball National Team last May 2017.
The team competed in the 2017 Asian Championship and the 2017 Southeast Asian Games in Malaysia.
PHILIPPINE NATIONAL SOFTBALL TEAM
PHILIPPINE NATIONAL BASKETBALL PLAYERS
Third most points scored in history (15,091). He won 5 championships in his career and is part of the Philippine Centennial Team.
Patrimonio has seen action for the Philippine national team many times in his playing career. Together with Allan Caidic, he shares the record of seeing action for the Asian Games four consecutive times in 1986, 1990, 1994 and 1998.
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