After the dusts have settled over Panaad Stadium, both FEU Mens and Womens teams overwhelmed the rest of the field.
FEU Mens collected 11-1-3 medal tally. With the eleven (11) golds coming from Jesson Ramil Cid (200m & 400m, 400m hurdles), Christopher Ulboc (1500m & 3,000m steeple), Rafael Poliquit (5,000m), Janry Ubas (High Jump), Kenny Gonzales (Javelin) and the relay teams of 4x100m, 4x200m and 4x400m (all participated in by Ebcas, Delos Santos, Bardos and Cid).
JRU Mens came in second with a 4-4-3 tally. Its four (4) golds came from Rudyfer Hernandez (800m), Domingo Cabrabilla (110m hurdles), Melbert Diones (Triple jump), and Eduard Paler (shotput).
St Benilde came in third with a 2-5-2 tally. Its two (2) golds were contributed by Daniel Noval’s win in the 1o0m, and their classical relay conquest courtesy of Ocampo, Noval, Sardena and Lopena.
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The Women’s FEU Team likewise dominated the field with their 12-4-5 medal tally. Their 12 golds were courtesy of Josie Malacad (200m, 400m & 400m hurdles), Dalyn Carmen (1,500m, 3,000m & 5,000m), Mary Anne dela Cruz (800m), and a clean sweep of all 4 relays.
DLSU Manila made a 4-1-2 tally courtesy of its two lovely girls: Maureen Shrijvers (100m & high jump) and Felyn Dolloso (long & triple jump).
UST came in third with a 1-6-4 medal tally with its lone gold coming from shotputter Riza Faith Sombilla.
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Below are the full results from Day 1 to Day 3
Many thanks to Pinoymiler Bacolod correspondentElaine Villanueva for the photos,summary reports and videos (watch out for this).
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