Manalo, Alora, Ramos lead taekwondo champions | Inquirer Sports

Manalo, Alora, Ramos lead taekwondo champions

/ 11:10 PM February 10, 2012

MANILA, Philippines—Veteran internationalists Camille Manalo, Elaine Alora and Brix Darmo Ramos headed the list of winners in the recent Smart CPJ (Carlos Palanca Jr.) taekwondo championships at the Ninoy Aquino Stadium.

Carrying the colors of the University of Santo Tomas, Manalo bested Delta’s Karla Ramos to bag the gold in the senior women’s lightweight class, while Delta’s Alora outkicked Yna Cawilt to rule the welterweight class.

Team Sport’s Ramos pocketed the gold medal in the senior men’s heavyweight division at the expense of the University of the East’s Anthony Samia.


The other gold medalists in the men’s and women’s categories of the major event sponsored by Smart Communications, MVP Sports Foundation, PLDT, Milo and

Philippine Sports Commission:
WOMEN—Leigh Ann Nuguid, Delta, finweight; Lyra Tindoc, Delta, flyweight; Crizobelle Vargas, FEU, bantamweight; Ariane Asegurado, UST, featherweight; Marivic Garcia, Pio del Pilar, middleweight; and Brighty Salazar, Baguio Defenders, heavyweight,
MEN—Tristan Avelino, D’Club, finweight; R-Jay del Rosario, Delta, flyweight; Wilson Dumo, Delta, bantamweight; Paul Romero, UST, featherweight; Ron Servito, SBC, lightweight; Al dela Cruz, UST, featherweight; and Kristopher Uy, Delta, middleweight.
JUNIOR WOMEN—Irene Bermejo, NTU-Tigers, finweight; Joanna Razon, DPS-SSA, flyweight; Zia Baluyot, D’Club, bantamweight; Abi Cham, Vas Gym, featherweight; Suzzane Caslangan, Baguio Defenders, lightweight; Farrah Regis, Montea, welterweight; and Patricia Gonzales, D’Club, lightmiddleweight.
JUNIOR MEN—John Salvador Marcus, UST, finweight; King Philip Pineda, UE, flyweight; Francis Aaron Agojo, UST, bantamweight; John Astrologio, UFC Baguio, featherweight; Keno Anthony Mendoza, Baguio Defenders, lightweight; Benjamin Sembrano, Baguio Defenders, featherweight; Joel Felipe Alejandro, Ateneo, lightmiddleweight; Jeff Arevalo Piamont, middleweight; Jefferson Ong, Ateneo, lighheavyweight; and Matthew Cordero, FEU-Fern, heavyweight.

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