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ENCOURAGE, SUPPORT and BE PART

Sinag Kampeon PH provides various activities, lessons, and fun-filled surprises through our events! Come join our events and be part of the community that encourages one another to support and motivate our fellow National Athletes.

FUN UNDER THE SUN

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GUEST ATHLETE : Anfernee Lopena of Track and Field

TIME : 7AM-9AM

WHEN : May 30, 2019

WHERE : Philippine Sports Complex “Ultra” 

WE HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!

TEAM UP IN VOLLEYBALL CAMP

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GUEST ATHLETE : Mika Reyes and Alyssa Valdez

TIME : 1PM-3PM

WHEN : June 23, 2019

WHERE : Rizal Sports Memorial Complex

WE HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!

WAKE UP AND WARM-UP

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GUEST ATHLETE : Hidilyn Diaz

TIME : 4PM-6PM

WHEN : July 11, 2019

WHERE : Gold’s GYM at BGC

WE HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!

WHO ELSE SUPPORTS?

These are the organizations that helps our National Athletes by means of proving their needs and support. Visit these pages to be able to know more about their advocacies and contributions and be part in providing service to our National Athletes. 

Siklab Atleta

Siklab Atleta Pilipinas Sports Foundation, Inc. is a private, non-profit organization, whose main mission is to help provide scientific training, financial, and logistical support to top-flight Filipino athletes who aim to compete in the Olympics and win the country’s first ever gold medal.

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Philippine Sports Commission

PSC was created as the top government sports body by virtue of Republic Act 6847 or “The Philippine Sports Commission Act”. Since its birth in 1990, it has grown into one of the country’s formidable institutions, ennobled by its salient mission of transforming the Filipino people into a healthy citizenry through various commendable sports development programs.

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ESPN5

ESPN5 is the sports division of TV5, currently with a partnership agreement with US-based sports network ESPN. ESPN5 supplies and airs major sporting events in the Philippines and the world for free TV channels The 5 Network, AksyonTV and Cignal-exclusive channels Hyper and PBA Rush.

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Philippine Sports Institute

The Philippine Sports Institute (PSI) is a sports training organization in the Philippines. It is under the Philippine Sports Commission. With support from the United States Sports Academy, the PSI will provide Filipino officials international courses on sports management, coaching, and physical education

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Philippine Olympic Committee

The POC is a private, non-governmental organization composed of an serve as the mother organization of all National Sports Associations (NSAs) in the Philippines. It is recognized by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) as having the sole authority for representation of the Philippines in the Olympics Games, the Asian Games, the Southeast Asian Games and other multi-event competitions.

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2019 PROJECTS

Instituted by the Philippine Olympic Committee for 2019

Anti-Doping Awareness Seminar


March 16, 2019

PSC AV Room, PhilSports Complex, Pasig City

8:00-11:00AM

The purpose of this seminar is to bring awareness and knowledge on the anti-doping rules, regulations and policies worldwide as dictated by the World Anti-Doping Code. The national athletes must be made aware of the list that identifies the substances and methods that are prohibited to athletes in and out of competition, especially because majority are competing in the SEA Games of this year. 

Financial Management Seminars 1 & 2


April 6, 2019 & July 27, 2019 

PSC AV Room, PhilSports Complex, Pasig City

8:00-11:00AM

These seminars aim to give financial education to the athletes and guide them in managing their income. The goal is to create financial freedom and teach them to utilize their monthly allowance/salary and all other sources of income. The first seminar will be hosted by Manulife, while the second seminar will be by Sunlife.

IOC Athlete Career Programme

August 3, 2019 

PSC AV Room, PhilSports Complex, Pasig City

8:00-11:00AM

This is an IOC programme that supports elite athletes as they prepare and go through their career transition achievements and helps them achieve success both on and off the field of play. The workshops focus on the three pillars of the IOC-ACP education, life, skills and employment and will be delivered by an IOC representative. 

Safe Sport - Introduction of the Presentation of Harassment and Abuse in Sport Committee and Projects

August 31, 2019

PSC AV Room, PhilSports Complex, Pasig City

8:00-11:00AM

Project Lead: Meggie Ochoa (Jiujitsu) 

The IOC Consesus Statements emphasize that the IOC considers it to be the responsibility of all sporting organizations to develop mechanisms to prevent harassment and abuse in sport. Recommendation 27 of Olympic Agenda 2020 made in compulsory for the organizations that belong to the Olympic Movement to adopt and comply with the basic Universal Principles of Good Governance; one of them being the protection of athletes. 

WHERE DOES YOUR HELP GO?

UPCOMING EVENTS

Our national Athletes would be participating and representing our country in these upcoming games, we hope and continue to support them in all the challenges they will face and that we are unified in supporting their goals as our own. 

PROPONENTS OF SINAG KAMPEON PH

Justin Marc N. Cabrera

De La Salle – College of St. Benilde

Multimedia Arts Capstone Project 

Everything negative – pressure, challenges – is all an opportunity for me to rise.” – Kobe Bryant




Anne Guinevere M. Maano

De La Salle – College of St. Benilde

Multimedia Arts Capstone Project 

“You can’t be afraid to fail. It’s the only way you succeed – you’re not gonna succeed all the time, and I know that.” – Lebron James