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PHILIPPINE NATIONAL OPEN

RACE RESULTS:

MASS START

Elite Category

Name Race # Time
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
Ronald Oranza 3 2:30:27
Jun Rey Navarra 13 2:30:27
Boots Ryan Cayubit 17 2:30:27
Rustom Lim 8 2:31:43
Baler Ravina 19 2:31:43
Nelson Martin 11 2:32:45
Rudy Roque 4 2:33:48
George Oconer 7 2:33:48
Lloyd Renante 1 2:36:44
Santy Barnachea 2 2:36:44
Ronnel Hualda 14 2:40:03
Joel Calderon 6 2:40:03
Ericson Obosa 18 2:40:03
Gerald Valdez 12 2:57:22
Jerry Aquino Jr. 9 2:57:22
Julius Mark Bonzo 10 2:57:22

UNDER 23 CATEGORY

Name Race # Time
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
Jay-Ar Martin 62 2:36:20
Dominic Simon Perez 61 2:40:03
Ar-Jay Peralta 63 2:40:03
Vladimir Ulanday 53 2:46:48
Job Christian Babagay 59 2:58:30

JUNIOR CATEGORY

Name Race # Time
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
Adrian Zafe 106 1:40:18
Albert V. Gile 107 1:41:42
Juan Carlos Barrios 103 1:43:57
Kin Kenneth G. Krog 104 DNF

FEMALE CATEGORY

Name Race # Time
Jermyn Prado 151 1:42:42

ITT

Elite Category

Name Race # Time
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
Rudy Roque 4 38:44:077
Julius Mark Bonzo 10 38:57:399
Baler Ravina 19 39:09:773
Rustom Lim 8 39:11:675
Nelson Martin 11 39:22:683
Joel Calderon 6 39:55:139
Lloyd Renante 1 40:48:760
Santy Barnachea 2 41:42:163
Jerry Aquino Jr. 9 41:58:951
Gerard Valdez 12 44:50:413

UNDER 23 CATEGORY

Name Race # Time
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
Lawrence Mendoza 55 42:28.305
Jerald Estilo 60 43:01:874
Jay-Ar Martin 62 43:54:900
Job Christian Babagay 59 45:09.111
Christian Mercado 65 45:19.896
Dominic Simon Perez 61 45:25:216
Joshua Gile 56 48:40.939

JUNIOR CATEGORY

Name Race # Time
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
Mervin Corpuz 102 43:48:748
Adrian Zafe 106 45:31.982
Juan Carlos Barrios 108 47:17.472
Morelon McCulley 108 49:54:105
Albert Gile 107 52:13:412

FEMALE CATEGORY

Name Race # Time
Jermyn Prado 151 49:38.625

SEAGAMES TERMINAL REPORT

Posted: June 29, 2015 by Trowel in races, records
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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.

Results:
4th Ronald Oranza
6th Mark Galedo

Women’s individual time trial: flat loop with small bridge.

Results:
1st Marella Salamat

Recommendations:
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 June 10-14 for Cycling

Posted: May 26, 2015 by Trowel in announcements, events, races, records
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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.

Please congratulate former National Track Team Cyclist Wilson Blas for winning races on both Southern California / Nevada Cycling Association’s (SCNCA) 2014 Elite and Masters Track Championships! That’s 4 gold medals and a bronze medal!
His race results from SCNCA Elites Track Championships (June 14-15, 2014):
1. Team Sprint with Quinn Hatfield and Edward Horvet – 1st place, gold medal – Champion
2. Keirin – 3rd place, bronze medal
And more race results from SCNCA Masters Track Championships (July 12-13, 2014):
1. Match Sprint – 1st place, gold medal – Champion
2. 30-lap Points Race – 1st place, gold medal – Champion
3. Team Sprint with Henry Shibata and Kirk Edwards – 1st place, gold medal – Champion
4. 30-lap Scratch Race – 5th place
In addition, please congratulate:
2013 3-km Team Pursuit Masters Champion Christina Ricafort for becoming a repeat Champion:
1. 3-km Team Pursuit with Jan and Elise – 1st place, Gold medal – Champion
2. 2-km Individual Pursuit – 3rd place, Bronze medal
2011 and 2013 Team Sprint Masters Champion Tony Zaldua Jr. for winning the 1-kilometer Individual Time Trial:
1. 1-km ITT – 1st place, gold medal – Champion
2. 30-lap Points Race – 3rd place, bronze medal
3. Team Sprint with Deo and Shon Halasi – 3rd place, bronze medal
4. 30-lap Scratch Race – 4th place
And finally, our 1984 Olympian Deogracias Asuncion for winning the 3-km Team Pursuit:
1. 3-km Team Pursuit – 1st place, Gold medal – Champion
2. 500-meter Individual Time Trial – 2nd place, Silver medal
3. 20-lap Scratch Race – 2nd place, Silver medal
4. 24-lap Points Race – 3rd place Bronze medal
5. Team Sprint with Shon Halasi and Tony Zaldua, Jr. – 3rd place, Bronze medal
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Back-to-back Tour of Luzon cycling marathon champion Cornelio Agaid Padilla Jr. died of heart failure at St. Luke’s Global City Medical Center on Sunday (December 8). He was 67.

Padilla carved a name at the pinnacle of national sports in the 1960’s when he won the grueling Tour of Luzon cycling championship twice in a row, in 1966 and 1967.

His popularity soared during the time that his victories were widely credited to have placed cycling in the national sports consciousness.

In 1966, Padilla topped the 15-lap TOL, clocking 60.45.31 in 1,999.82 kilometers of bicycle race.

The following year, Padilla again emerged on top after eight laps of cycling. He clocked 70.34:57 for the 1,634-kilometer competition.

Known as Paddy to friends and family, Padilla retired early from the sport in order to devote his time to his college studies. His winnings helped him finish a law degree at the Far Eastern University.

As a lawyer, Padilla became a member of the the legal department of Cacho Printing press before his stint at the National Book Store as personnel manager and house lawyer. He worked his way into the corporate ladder to become one of the NBS’s top executives, handling the firm’s vast human resources department.

Padilla also spent much time to humanitarian service by making himself active in Rotary International activities. He was charter member of the Rotary Club of Quirino-Quezon City under RI District 3780, serving as its president from 1994-95.

“He excelled in sports in the same manner he won the hearts of many Rotarians for his unstinting efforts to serve above self,” said former Assistant Governor Fol Rana, former RCQQC president.

The late cycling icon remained loyal to cycling until a heart attack struck while negotiating steep Antipolo mountains on his racer bicycle some 15 years ago.

He survived but decided to give up cycling as part of his exercise regimen. Padilla turned to bowling to become one of the top caliber bowlers of Rotary.

Manila-born Padilla is survived by wife, labor attaché to US Luzviminda Gumatay-Padilla; and children, Jennifer, May, Nathalie and Eli.

His remains lie in state at the Funeraria Paz on Araneta Avenue, Quezon City. Interment will be announced later.

By Marlon Bernardino
PhilBoxing.com
Mon, 09 Dec 2013

Fil-Am Cyclist Arland Macasieb sets Philippine record for 1-hour track time trial doing 162 laps at Velo Sports Center in Carson, CA on September 15, 2013. (PHOTO COURTESY OF JOHN SALANSANG)

The Arland Macasieb RECORD ATTEMPT

Posted: September 9, 2013 by Trowel in announcements, events, records

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1ST NATIONAL CHAMPS

Posted: May 27, 2013 by Trowel in announcements, races, records

Gary Advincula
ROADBIKE PHILIPPINES UPDATE: Today Philippine Cycling history has its moment, Roadbike Philippines 7 11 broke the record Pedal to Meadow, Kauai 1:03:37 on the uphill climb by Mark John Lexer Galedo by 59:29. Another good day for Roadbike Philippines …. We wish to thank PIHI for awarding Mak Mak $ 1,000 King of the Mountain Category and Pedal to Meadow Organizer, partners Angelo Catiggay and Russell Reynolds, and to all new friends Maraming Salamat Po. Mabuhay Pinas !!!