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The 1st batch of graduates of the PSC-De La Salle Sports Academy with Commissioners Joaquin Loyzaga and Akiko Guevara with Brother Bernard OCA of DLSU with faculty members.

DLSU-PSC Sports Academy Culminating Activity

A total of 41 participants (12 coaches and 29 athletes ) from 8 sports completed the requirements for the short-term course on Basic Conversation with Grammar at the DLSU Center for Language and Lifelong Learning.

The educational course is one of the programs which the prestigious university has introduced in regard to the Memorandum of Agreement with the Philippine Sports Commission where academic non-degree curriculum will be provided to accommodate the educational and entrepreneurial skills of eligible national athletes and coaches.
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PH wushu fighters romp at close of POC-PSC National Games

BACOLOD CITY - National wushu figthers, led by 2010 Guangzhou Asian Games bronze medalist Mark Eddiva, showed their superiority by whipping their respective rivals in the san da (formerly sanshou) competitions at the close of the POC-PSC National Games here Sunday night.

The 26-year-old pride of Baguio City, who also captured the gold in the 2009 Laos Southeast Asian Games, easily outclassedZamboanga City’s Ulyssis Cabanlet in ruling the men’s 65-kilogram division to lead five other national sanda bets who easily won their championship matches.
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Javier, Merto top archers in POC-PSC National Games

BACOLOD CITY – Bejing Olympian Mark Javier and precocious Marie Crizabelle Merto shot to the forefront of the POC-PSC National Games Saturday by capturing their fourth and fifth golds, respectively, at the Dona Monserrat High School grounds in Silay City.

On the penultimate day of the weeklong Olympic-style sports showcase, Javier, 29, and Merto, 16, continued their prolific performances by beating separate foes in the finals of the recurve 70-meter Olympic round competitions.
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Karatekas know the consequences - Garcia

Philippine Sports Commission chairman Richie Garcia said there is nothing to talk about the issue on the karatekas as they know everything from the beginning what will happen for not competing in the soon to conclude Philippine Olympic Committee-Philippine Sports Commission National Games 2011. “The association and the athletes know everything,” said Garcia, “We (PSC) and both group of Karatedo officials had met twice and discuss everything. We cannot intervene on the decision of the national sports association when they decided to have their tournament to become under-26 years old,” said Garcia. Garcia reacted to the comment of several karatekas that decided not to participate in the POC-PSC National Games being held inNegros Occidental, saying the karate association had long disbanded the national team and has set the POC-PSC National Games as a venue to look for new talent and selection process to the 26th SEA Games.
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Lifter Colonia rips 20-year-old PH mark; Bata Reyes ousted in 9-ball of POC-PSC National Games

BACOLOD CITY – Zamboanga City’s Nestor Colonia shattered a 20-year-old national record to highlight another big day late Wednesday for weighlifting in the POC-PSC National Games at the SM City Bacolod mall here.

Competing in the men’s 56-kliogram division, the 19-year-old carpenter’s son lifted 116 kilograms on his first try in the snatch to shatter the old standard of 115 kilos set in the 1991 Manila Southeast Asian Games by Samuel Alegada, who, as a meet referee, witnessed Colonia surpass his record.
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Guangzhou Asian Games veteran Hidylin Diaz shows her winning form in the women’s 58-kilogram class of weightlifting in the POC-PSC National Games held last Wednesday at the SM Bacolod City mall.

Female lifters Diaz, Pablo rip marks in POC-PSC National Games

BACOLOD CITY – Guangzhou Asian Games veteran Hidylin Diaz accounted for three of four new national standards in spearheading a record-breaking spree in women’s weightlifting late Wednesday in the POC-PSC National Games and the SM Bacolod City mall here.

Vying in the women’s 58-kilogram class, the diminutive 19-year-old pride of Zamboanga City lifted 95 kilos in the snatch and 120 in the clean and jerk for a total lift of 215, surpassing the 94-115-209 marks she booked in last year’s Guangzhou Asian Games in ruling the event.
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Diaz keys Phl record romps

BACOLOD CITY, Philippines – Olympian weightlifter Hidilyn Diaz spearheaded an assault on the record books as national athletes finally set new Phl marks in the 2011 POC-PSC National Games here yesterday.

Diaz, 20, flaunted her fine form in weightlifting’s 58-kg competitions, shattering the national records in the snatch (95kgs), clean and jerk (120kgs) and total lift (215 kgs) of both the women’s open and juniors (age 18-20) categories and boosting her confidence as she bids to qualify for the London Olympics.
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PSC to suspend erring karatekas

Manila, Philippines - The members of the Philippine karatedo team who boycotted the ongoing Philippine National Games in Bacolod City are facing severe sanctions from the Philippine Sports Commission.

Chairman Richie Garcia of the PSC yesterday said the five karatekas in question will soon lose their allowances from the PSC if they fail to justify their actions.
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PSC-Manila City Jail Boxing Program:In Photos:Coach Roel Velasco - Bronze Medalist Barcelona Olypics, Boxer Joan Tipon - Gold Medalist Doha Asian Games, PSC Commissioner Jose Luis Gomez, Albert Almendralejo, Warden Rivera and inmates of Manila City Jail

PSC: Renovating Rizal Memorial pitch practical

MANILA---Philippine Sports Commission chair Richie Garcia yesterday thumbed down the idea of building a new football stadium and instead pushed for renovating the 77-year-old Rizal Memorial football field.

Garcia said lack of funding is the prime concern for the decision and added that repairs have started at the Rizal Memorial Sports Complex (RMSC) field including the installation of the new lighting.
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1. Isidro Vildosola (Athletics-Men's 1500m-T46)
2. Achelle Guion (Powerlifting Women's -44kg)
3. Adeline Ancheta (Powerlifting-Women's +82.5kg)
4. Josephine Medina(Table Tennis Women's Singles TT6-8)


1. Anne Grace Abeto (Athletics-Women's 200m-T11)
2. Roger Tapia (Athletics-Men's 400m-T46)
3. Daniel Damaso Jr. (Swimming-Men's 400m Freestyle-S12)

The Philippine Sports Museum

The Philippine Sports Commission is honored to invite students, sports enthusiasts and the general public to the Philippine Sports Museum located in the Rizal Memorial Sports Complex.

The Museum is the repository of medals, trophies, pictures and other memorabilia from our national sports heroes.. more..

2011 Calendar of Local Sports Events

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