Subject: SEA Coaching Course 2011 in Thailand
I’m writing to remind you of sending 1(one) qualified trainee coach (Man or Woman) for the course.
Please inform the Secretary General Office, ACC of the following information before 29thJuly, 2011:
1) Name/e-mail/mail address/mobile phone No. of your trainee coach qualified
for the Course;
2) Curriculum Vitae for your trainee(s) in cycling sport.
Earlier registration of your trainee coach(s) will be of help in carrying out this project, and would be appreciated.
Looking forward to hearing from you.
Assistant to Secretary General, ACC
To All Presidents/ General Secretaries,
Asean Cycling Association,
REF: REVISED CYCLING EVENTS OF SEA GAMES 2011
Respectfully as the President of the ASEAN Cycling Association, I would
like to draw your attention regarding revised cycling events in the
coming SEA Games 2011 to be held in Palembang/Jakarta from 11th to 25th
On 25th July I attended the Technical Delegate meeting conducted by
INASOC (Indonesia Sea Games Organizing committee) in Jakarta to settle
the dispute of Track and MTB events. In the meeting INASOC has agreed
to revised the Track and Mountain Bike events as below:
1 SPRINT 1 SPRINT
2 4000 M Individual Pursuit 2 500 METER
3 4 KM Team Pursuit 3 Team Sprint
4 40 km Point Race 4 25 km Point Race
5 10 km Scratch 5 5 Km Scratch
6 Omnium 6 Omnium
1. XCO 1. XCO
2. DH 2. DH
I hope all Federations are well informed of these new added events and be
HAJI ABU SAMAH WAHAB,
SEA Games Indonesia 2011
Cum President ,
ASEAN CYCLING ASSOCIATION
cc. Asian Cycling ConFederation
Tags: davao, paholio
THE Mayor Inday Sara Lumba Bisiklita sa Kadayawan and Sonshine Radio Cycling for Peace fires off on August 13 and 14, respectively, in Davao City.
Philcycling vice-president for Mindanao Salvador Paholio Jr. said this is a back-to-back event for riders.
Aquino pedaled the entire Quezon City Memorial Circle, where he was joined by Health Secretary Enrique Ona and other Cabinet members in promoting “Ehersisyo Pangkalusugan Para sa Lahat 2011.”
Tags: davao, paholio
April 30, 2011, President Bambol Tolentino meets VP Jun Paholio while attending the Annual Convention of Masons in Davao. On the side trip, Dep. Sec. Gen. Atty. Sumagui visited Davao and had a chance to ride with Vice Pres. Jun Paholio together with Col. Tibayan on a trip to Samal Highland on the occation of hosting by the “On Any Sunday Riders” a lunch for the concluded National Bike Convention in Davao City.
The country’s leading remittance and courier company unveils the grandest stage for cycling pros and enthusiasts in the Philippines.
LBC Ronda Pilipinas is set to take participants through challenging but scenic courses that showcase the various terrain in Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao. “Cycling is becoming increasingly popular in the Philippines and we want to give our athletes a venue to train and develop in the sport in preparation for international competitions,” says LBC SVP-Marketing Javier Mantecon. “Moreover, this is the perfect opportunity for us to promote LBC’s GO GREEN Advocacy in order to raise awareness of and action towards environmental preservation.”
LBC launched two major environmental campaigns last year: the switch to biodegradable pouches, and Linis Dagat, a livelihood project that aids 15 families in Lian, Batangas who clear the shoreline of plastic waste, which is then sent to an LBC facility where it is cleaned, melted down, and converted into shelving units and sold to LBC offices nationwide. Proceeds from the sales go to the families as regular salaries.
GO GREEN has since become an integral part of all of LBC’s initiatives, with Ronda Pilipinas being the latest addition to its projects.
Scheduled for late September to October 2011, LBC Ronda Pilipinas will consist of a 20-day route of 12 stages, at about 140 kilometers per stage for an estimated total distance of 1650 kilometers.
Twelve teams (six cyclists per team) made up of professional men’s teams or elite clubs will be invited by the Ronda Pilipinas committee, based on qualifying rounds held in Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao pegged for May.
Meanwhile, an executive race will be open to non-professional males for two to three stages of the race. It will be open to executive clubs with six cyclists per team.
At stake? A total of more than P7 million in prizes, including the top individual prize of P1 million and top team prize of another P1 million.
LBC Ronda Pilipinas is organized by LBC and Multi Event Enterprise, in collaboration with PhilCycling.
“We’re excited to already have so much support from both our local and international partners,” Mantecon says. “We want LBC Ronda Pilipinas to be monumental. If there’s one event that cyclists should look forward to in the country, this should be it.”
The executive race is open to all professional and elite level cyclists based in the Philippines who are at least 19 years of age. Registration is from April 1 to 29, 2011 at Ronda Pilipinas Secretariat (LBC Express Solutions, Inc. 2308 Natividad Bldg., Don Chino Roces Extension, Makati City). For details, visit http://www.rondapilipinas.com or call (02) 8405551.
Tags: Le Tour
Seventy-five cyclists, half of them foreigners with wide international experience, will answer the starting gun on Saturday Stage 1 of the 2011 Le Tour de Filipinas.
But before the riders vie in the 89-km opening stage on Roxas and Macapagal Boulevards in the cities of Pasay and Manila, the cyclists, their coaches and their managers will be honored with a lavish opening ceremony.
Joining them are PhilCycling President and Tagaytay City Mayor Abraham “Bambol” Tolentino, former PhilCycling president and Air21 chairman Alberto Lina, and Le Tour organizing committee head Edgardo Cayton.