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879 delegates troop to 2017 Palarong Pambansa

SIBALOM, Antique- Around 900 delegates- student-athletes, children with special needs, coaches, and officials- from Region IV-A CALABARZON flocked on April 18 at Pier 4 North Harbor, Tondo, Manila to head for Antique, the venue for Palarong Pambansa 2017.

The 879 red vested squad is composed of delegates from Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, Rizal and Quezon who topped in the recently concluded Regional Sports Competition held in Laguna.

With the other 17 regions of the country, they will converge in San Jose de Buenavista City from April 23 to 29 for the 60th edition of the Palaro – the biggest inter-school competition organized by the Department of Education that banners the theme: “Converges Youth Power, Builds Sustainable Future.”

The student-athletes are set to compete in the different sporting events like athletics, archery, arnis, badminton, basketball, baseball, boxing, chess, football, gymnastics, sepak takraw, swimming, softball, lawn tennis, volleyball, wushu, futsal and billiards.

The team will also participate in demo sports including dance sports, pencak silat and aquatic gymnastics.

Moreover, special games for children with special needs will highlight this year’s Palaro. These include athletics, swimming, goal ball, and bocce, a ball sport closely related to bowling.

The whole delegation will be billeted at Pis-anan National High School and Pis-anan Elem. School.

Meanwhile, the flaming Team CALABARZON will continue to challenge the 12th-peat dominance of the National Capital Region in the over-all Palarong Pambansa rankings.

In an interview, Regional Sports Coordinator Pacita Q. Lungcay said that the region expects to win many gold medals this year because of the rigid preparations and trainings conducted.

“We really aim higher this year because we have seen how our young athletes, trainers and coaches strived hard to be the best in their respective sports events,” said Lungcay.

To recall, the region came in 2nd place with 40 golds, 43 silvers, and 59 bronzes in last year’s Palaro which is a drop from 51 in 2015 Palaro when they likewise finished second.

“We are optimistic we could get hold again of gold medals in the athletics field events, swimming, badminton, softball, baseball and combative sports such as taekwondo,” she added.

However, the sports coordinator said that the Palarong Pambansa is an occasion for friendly games and learning experiences, and that win or lose, the spirit of sportsmanship and camaraderie should prevail among the student-athletes. (Patrick Coquilla, Trece Martires City National High School, Division of Cavite)

 

 

 

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