Palarong Pambansa Results


The 2011 edition of the Palarong Pambansa saw Region 6 (Western Visayas) successfully defending their Atheltics title with a medal tally of 23-22-15 gold-silver-bronze haul.

Defending 2nd placer Region 4a (Calabarzon) finished 2nd again with a tally of 11-10-5.

While NCR retained their 3rd place finish with a 6-9-10 medal tally.

2011 Palarong Pambansa

2011 Palarong Pambansa EB

2011 Palarong Pambansa EG

2011 Palarong Pambansa HB

2011 Palarong Pambansa HG

Below is the final tally:

TOTAL
Regional Athletics Association Region G S B
IRAA Region 1 2 4 1
CAVRAA Region 2 3 2 2
CLRAA Region 3 5 1 4
STCAA Region 4-a 11 10 5
MIMAROPA Region 4-b 2 3 5
BRAA Region 5 0 0 0
WVRAA Region 6 23 22 15
CVRAA Region 7 2 4 3
EVRAA Region 8 0 0 0
ZPRAA Region 9 2 3 1
NMRAA Region 10 2 4 7
DRAA Region 11 3 0 4
CRAA Region 12 1 1 2
CARAGA 0 1 1
ARMMAA 2 0 0
CARAA 0 0 4
NCRAA 6 9 10
Total 64 64 64

I. Elementary Boys

Region 3 (Central Luzon) dominated this division with a 5–1-2 tally.  They were spearheaded by Vincent Nabong’s 3 gold medal haul at the 800m, 1,500m and the 4x400m and a bronze at the 400m.  Region 6 (Western Visayas) came in second with a 3-3-3 tally.

Elem Boys
Regional Athletics Association Region G S B
IRAA Region 1 3
CAVRAA Region 2 1 2
CLRAA Region 3 5 1 2
STCAA Region 4-a 1 5
MIMAROPA Region 4-b 1 1
BRAA Region 5
WVRAA Region 6 3 3 3
CVRAA Region 7 1 2 2
EVRAA Region 8
ZPRAA Region 9
NMRAA Region 10 1
DRAA Region 11
CRAA Region 12 1
CARAGA 1
ARMMAA
CARAA 1
NCRAA 2 1 2
Total 15 15 15

II. Elementary Girls

Region 6 was a run away winner in this division with a 9-6-5 tally out of a possible 15-15-15.  Two Palaro records were set, both courtesy of a talented young lass – Joneza Mie Sustituedo at the 800m and 1,500m.  Teammate Jasmin Tayco collected 2 golds as well which came from the Triple Jump and the High Jump.

Elem Girls
Regional Athletics Association Region G S B
IRAA Region 1 1 1
CAVRAA Region 2 2 1
CLRAA Region 3
STCAA Region 4-a 1 2
MIMAROPA Region 4-b 1 2 2
BRAA Region 5
WVRAA Region 6 9 6 5
CVRAA Region 7
EVRAA Region 8
ZPRAA Region 9 1
NMRAA Region 10 3
DRAA Region 11
CRAA Region 12 1 1
CARAGA
ARMMAA
CARAA
NCRAA 1 4 1
Total 15 15 15

III. High School Boys

The Western Visayas boys ruled this division as they romped off with a 8-8-4 haul.  They were led by Gerald Mark Layumas who won the Triple and Long Jump events, and talented Ralph Efraem Gesulgon who won the high jump, javelin throw and the shotput in a new Palaro record (13.68m).

However, the fastest boy title  went to Romnick Nor of  ARMM as he won the 100m and 200m titles.  Another talented young lad is Imuel Camino of Region 10, who won the steeplechase and 5,000m and the silver at the 1,500m.

HS Boys
Regional Athletics Association Region G S B
IRAA Region 1 1
CAVRAA Region 2 1
CLRAA Region 3 1
STCAA Region 4-a 2 2 2
MIMAROPA Region 4-b 1
BRAA Region 5
WVRAA Region 6 8 8 4
CVRAA Region 7 1 2 1
EVRAA Region 8
ZPRAA Region 9 1 1
NMRAA Region 10 2 2 2
DRAA Region 11 2
CRAA Region 12 1
CARAGA
ARMMAA 2
CARAA 2
NCRAA 1 2 2
Total 18 18 18

IV. High School Girls

Region 4a (Calabarzon) stomped its class in this division with a 7-3-1 tally. They were led by the sprint sweep of Jeny Rose Rosales at the 100m, 200m, and 400m, and jumper MIchelle Palmares’ vicotry at 100m hurdles and Triple jump.

Reigning discuss title holder Maika De Oro set a new record at said event with a heave of 41.27m and came away with the shots gold as well.

Region 1’s Stephanie Cimatu set  a new record at the Javelin wit ha throw of 41.27m.

Mae Barit carried the torch for Region 11 with a 3 gold medal haul in the distance events: 800m, 1,500m and 3,000m.

HS Girls
Regional Athletics Association Region G S B
IRAA Region 1 1
CAVRAA Region 2
CLRAA Region 3 1
STCAA Region 4-a 7 3 1
MIMAROPA Region 4-b 2
BRAA Region 5
WVRAA Region 6 3 5 3
CVRAA Region 7
EVRAA Region 8
ZPRAA Region 9 3
NMRAA Region 10 2 1
DRAA Region 11 3 2
CRAA Region 12
CARAGA 1
ARMMAA
CARAA 1
NCRAA 2 2 5
Total 16 16 16
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