Monthly Archives: July 2010

Asian All Stars Athletics Championships

Three Pinoys participated in the just concluded Asian All Stars Athletics Championships held at New Delhi, India last July 29-30.  They are Sheena Atilano (100m HH), Henry Dagmil (Long Jump) and Danilo Fresnido (Javelin Throw). Atilano finished 5th among 6 … Continue reading

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Casado wins Euro metric mile

Arturo Casado became the third Spaniard in the history of European Athletics Championships to win the 1,500m title with a 3:42.74 timing.  The race so tactical that the 12 finalists finished within 3.03 seconds of each other.  2 other Spaniards … Continue reading

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Pinoys at the HK Intercity Championships

Last July 10, the Philippines sent a 4 man delegation to the annual Hong Kong Intercity Athletics Meet.  All 4 athletes were Pole Vaulters.  They were: Emerson Obiena, Jerome Margallo,  Antonio Chee, Jr and Riezel Buenaventura. The Philippine Team fared … Continue reading

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Asian medalists in the World Juniors

Kenya, with a medal tally of 7-4-4, emerged as the overall champion in the just concluded World Junior Athletics Championships held at Moncton, Canada.  USA finished second with 6-5-4 medal tally, while Russia finished 3rd with 4-3-2 tally. Three Asian … Continue reading

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First sub 3:30 of 2010!

The Monaco leg of the Diamond league produced sparkling performances from the 1,500m race competitors namely: * First sub 3:30 minutes of the year courtesy of 20 year old Kenyan, Silas Kiplagat with a time of 3:29.27; * New Australian … Continue reading

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Asia’s Top 3 as of July 6

Based on IAAF’s  Top List as of July 6, Japan has a strangle hold of the Men’s Division, as their athletes lead the Asian continent over 8 athletics discipline, Qatar, thanks to their African imports, are tops in 4 events, … Continue reading

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RP’s delegation to SEA and World Juniors

Here’s the tentative line up of the Philippines for the upcoming World Junior Athletics Championships (July 19-24 Moncton, Canada) and the South East Asian Junior Athletics Championships (tentative August, Malaysia). A. World Juniors: 1. Patrick Unso (110m HH and 400m … Continue reading

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1:41.51!

That’s the time of Kenyan David Rudisha when he ran 800m at the KBC Night of Athletics in Heusden-Zolder,  Belgium last July 10, 2010. The 22 y.o. Rudisha became the second fastest  man over the classic distance, and the fastest … Continue reading

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It’s final! Semenya a woman!

After close to a year of  “forced” exile, Caster Semenya of South Africa can now compete again in  International Meets, as a woman. Semenya was cleared by the world track and field authority, The International  Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) … Continue reading

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Training Evaluation Form – Daily

 This is a very helpful feedback/evaluation form for feedback between athletes and coaches because it forms part of a training log. By recording training progress and small goals for each session it helps build focus/remind athlete heading towards bigger goals.

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