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Baguio City athletes bagged 27 medals in 2022 SEA Games

Updated: Nov 26, 2022


Baguio City, Philippines – Baguio City athletes representing the Philippines during the 2022 Southeast Asian Games in Hanoi, Vietnam from May 12 – 23 brought home a total of 27 medals for the country, contributing much to the over-all standing of the country.


According to Baguio City Public Information Office, the said players added 5 gold medals, 11 silver, and 11 bronze to the medal tally of the Philippines.


The name of these Baguio athletes and their events are as follows:

Kickboxing: 2G-3S-2B

Gold- Jean Claude Saclag (Men's 63.5kg Low Kick)

Gold- Gina Iniong-Araos (Women's 60 kg Low Kick)

Silver-Claudine Veloso (Women's 52kg Low Kick)

Silver- Zephania Ngaya (Women's 65kg Low Kick)

Silver- Renalyn Dacquel (Women's 48kg Full Contact)

Bronze- Honorio Banario (Men's 70kg Low Kick)

Bronze- Emmanuel Cantores (Men's 60kg Low Kick)


Wushu: 0G-1S-3B

Silver-Jones Llabres Inso (Taolu-Taijiquan)

Bronze-Jones Llabres Inso (Taolu)

Bronze- Divine Wally (Women's Sanda 48kg)

Bronze- Gideon Fred Padua (Men's Sanda 60kg)


Kurash: 0G-2S-1B

Silver- Helen Aclopen (Women's 48kg)

Silver- Charmea Quelino (Women's 52kg)

Bronze- Estie Gay Liwanen (Women's 57kg)


Dancesports: 1G-2S-0B

Gold (Single Latin Cha Cha Chal)

Silver in Jive and Silver in SCRPJ Category) - Steph Sabalo/Michael Angelo Marquez


Taekwondo: 0G-1S-0B

Silver: Team of Jeordan Dominguez and Justine Kobe Macario (and 3 others) in Mixed Freestyle Team Poomsae


Muaythai: 1G-0S-1B (Games ongoing)

Gold- Islay Erika Bomogao (with Richien Yosorez)- Wai Kru Mai Muay All Female

Bronze-Ariel Lee Lampacan (Men's Combat 54kg)


Vovinam: 0G-0S-2B

Bronze- Jenelyn Olsim (Women's 55kg)

Bronze-Zephania Ngaya (Women's 60kg)


Wrestling: 0G-1S-0B

Silver- Minalyn Foy-os (Women's 57kg Freestyle)


Boxing: 1G-0S-2B

Gold-Eumir Felix Marcial (Men's 75kg)

Silver- Irish Magno (Women's 51 kg)

Bronze- Nesthy Petecio (Women's 57-60kg)

Bronze- Josie Gabuco (Women's 45-48kg)

While the Philippines was the overall champion in 2019, the country dropped to 4th place for this year’s SEA Games with 50 gold medals, 69 silver, and 93 bronze.


The host country, Vietnam, was declared the champion with 197 gold, 115 silver, and 110 bronze medals followed by Thailand with 85 gold, 97 silver, and 127 bronze, and Indonesia with 63 gold medals, 85 silver, and 72 bronze.


The recently concluded SEA Games was participated by 11 countries.

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