TIPS AND ANNOUNCEMENT FOR DOWNHILL, MTB, BMX, FLATLAND, FREESTYLE RIDERS, SKATEBOARDERS, LONG BOARDERS. In connection with the preparation for the Seagames 2019, you are advised that the possible venues for your event will be in TAGAYTAY CITY and the NEIGHBORING TOWNS. Should you intend to represent the Philippines for the Seagames, be ready to shred the trails around these areas and establish your convincing runs and laptimes. The UCI quality BMX track and skateboard park will be ready soon and there is a possibility that the Ternate Caybiang downhill might be used for downhill longboarding. For purposes of qualification, join the different races across the country and even abroad. Results in such races will be given credit by Philcycling into your inclusion for the Philippine Team. Whenever you race, be sure to get a copy of the race results and pictures of the event. This time, even your “pistahan” races will count, provided your certified race can be verified to have occurred. However, sanctioned Philcycling races will have more points. Race classifications will be given points depending on distance, terrain, elevation gains and its technical aspects. While you are enjoying your training, step it up and aim for some millions. Money doesn’t have to come from lotto, sometimes we have to pedal more. It’s time to be in the headlines.
|Mr. Bert Lina||Chairman|
|Rep. Abraham N. Tolentino||President|
|Mr. Oscar Rodriguez||Vice-President|
|Atty. Avelino M. Sumagui||Secretary General|
|Mr. Joselito Manalo||Treasurer|
|Ms. Maria Jovita Tan||Auditor|
|Mr. Lorenzo Lomibao||PRO|
|– vacant –||Athletes’ Commission|
|Mr. Carlos Gredona||Trustee|
|Mr. Juancho Ramores||Trustee|
|Mr. Jose Villa||Trustee|
|Mr. Paquito Rivas||Trustee|
|Mr. Moe Chulani||Trustee|
|Mr. Marcus Andaya||Trustee|
|Mr. Pablito Sual||Trustee|
|Mr. Ronnie Ferrer||Trustee|
|Mr. Carlos Gredoña||Director for Cycling for All|
|Mr. Oscar Rodriguez||Director for Off-Road Discipline|
|Mr. Lorenzo Lomibao||Director for Road and Track|
Greetings from Asian Cycling Confederation
Please note that the new email ID of the Asian Cycling Confederation is email@example.com
Onkar Singh Secretary General, Asian Cycling Confederation
PHILIPPINE NATIONAL OPEN
|Mark John Lexer Galedo – Champion||16||2:28:33|
|Marcelo Felipe -1st Runner Up||20||2:28:34|
|Jan Paul Morales 2nd Runner Up||5||2:30:22|
|Jun Rey Navarra||13||2:30:27|
|Boots Ryan Cayubit||17||2:30:27|
|Jerry Aquino Jr.||9||2:57:22|
|Julius Mark Bonzo||10||2:57:22|
UNDER 23 CATEGORY
|John Mark Camingao – Champion||51||2:28:34|
|El Joshua Carino – 1st Runner Up||52||2:31:43|
|Jerard Estilo – 2nd Runner Up||60||2:34:08|
|Dominic Simon Perez||61||2:40:03|
|Job Christian Babagay||59||2:58:30|
|Jay Lampawog – Champion||64||1:35:27|
|Mervin Corpuz -1st Runner up||102||1:39:12|
|Rex Luis Krog – 2nd Runner Up||105||1:39:12|
|Daniel Ven Carino||101||1:39:12|
|Albert V. Gile||107||1:41:42|
|Juan Carlos Barrios||103||1:43:57|
|Kin Kenneth G. Krog||104||DNF|
|Ronald Oranza – CHAMPION||3||36:29:191|
|Mark John Lexer Galedo – 1st Runner Up||16||36:58:683|
|Marcelo Felipe – 2nd Runner Up||20||37:27:118|
|Jun Rey Navarra||13||38:29:191|
|Boots Ryan Cayubit||17||38:44:077|
|Julius Mark Bonzo||10||38:57:399|
|Jerry Aquino Jr.||9||41:58:951|
UNDER 23 CATEGORY
|Jhon Mark Camingao – CHAMPION||51||38:05.713|
|El Joshua Carino – 1st Runner Up||52||38:53.973|
|Ronald Lomotos – 2nd Runner Up||54||41:40:083|
|Job Christian Babagay||59||45:09.111|
|Dominic Simon Perez||61||45:25:216|
|Jay Lampawog – CHAMPION||64||39:29:001|
|Daniel Ven Carino – 1st Runner Up||101||40:02:147|
|Rex Luis Krog – 2nd Runner Up||105||42:52:138|
|Juan Carlos Barrios||108||47:17.472|
Mens Road Race: Flat circuit race. Race ended in bunch sprint (mass sprint) finish. Malaysia are most technically capable country in SEA of executing lead outs in a flat bunch sprint. The Philippines tends to perform better in mountain climbing races.
Road Race Results:
15th George Oconer
18th Rustom Lim
21st Ronald Oranza
28th Jan Paul Morales
30th Mark Galedo
31st Jerry Aquino (flat tire)
Women’s Road Race: Flat circuit race. Race finished in bunch sprint also.
Road race results:
6th Avegail Rombaon
8th Marella Salamat
Mens criterium: Flat small circuit race. Finish was bunch sprint.
Mens Criterium results:
7th Jan Paul Morales
12th Jerry Aquino
20th George Oconer
24th Rustom Lim
27th Ronald Oranza
30th Mark Galedo
Women’s criterium: Flat circuit race ending in bunch sprint
Women’s criterium results:
6th Marella Salamat
7th Avegail Rombaon
Mens individual time trial: flat loop with small bridge.
4th Ronald Oranza
6th Mark Galedo
Women’s individual time trial: flat loop with small bridge.
1st Marella Salamat
To be competitive in flat bunch sprints in international events like SEA Games and Asian Games, Filipino cyclists must race internationally to learn that unique skill set which is rarely practiced within the style of racing found locally in the Philippines. There is much more informality in terms of teams organizing strong lead out sprints in our local races. It is quite difficult to produce results in those international races when other countries like Malaysia have perfected the technique through years of international racing experience.
Marella Salamat has Asian Games medal potential in the future (with proper support).
REPORT COURTESY OF COACH CHRISTOPHER ALLISON.
SEAGAMES BOUND CYCLIST leaving on June 8 for Singapore. Have all the luck and power to bring glory to Philippines. Jerry Aquino, Mark Mark John Lexer Galedo, Rostum Lim, Jan Paul Morales, George Oconer, Ronald Oranza, and the Females: Avegail Rombain, Marella Salamat.
Games starts on June 10 up to 14. Accompanied by Chris Allison, Coach Lobramonte and Bert Oconer. Our President will be in Singapore to check you out for real presence and support.
BECAUSE of the recent success of Danao City’s hosting of the 2015 Asean MTB Cup last weekend, Integrated Cycling of the Philippines (Philcycling) president Abraham Tolentino thought it best to bid for the hosting of the Asian Mountainbike Championship.
“If we can win the bidding, then we would ask the Philippine Sports Commission for support,” he said adding that Danao would be a perfect candidate for the venue because of its world-class tracks and because the City has always given its all out support to the sport.